Thank you Trump!
It appears that illegal immigrants are finally starting to get the message – the days of lawlessness under Barack Obama are over, and the time for law and order has returned under President Trump.
CBS profiled one such individual, Buena Ventura Martin Godinez, who had crossed the border with her son and claimed asylum. Her husband followed two weeks later, bringing their 7-year-old daughter with him, and was caught crossing illegally rather than using the ports of entry DHS Secretary Kirstjen Nielsen had advised asylum seekers to utilize.
As would happen with any crime, their child was removed from the law-breaking adult, and Godinez didn’t see her for two months.
While CBS tried to portray the situation as a terrible policy under the Trump administration, they inadvertently revealed why so many Americans, a majority of which oppose illegal immigration, support the President’s policy of enforcing the law.
Godinez warned others planning to enter the country illegally that they might want to reconsider.
“I would advise people to find another country to seek refuge. Because here the law is very tough, people don’t have a heart,” an immigrant mother says after being separated from her 7-year-old daughter for two months. Watch their touching reunion: https://t.co/BRuHSTMCJ4 pic.twitter.com/QNmnJ4ANx6
— CBS News (@CBSNews) July 2, 2018
In one brief statement, Godinez revealed exactly how effective President Trump’s illegal immigration policies have become.
“I would advise people to find another country to seek refuge … because here the law is very tough,” she claimed.
“People don’t have a heart,” she falsely added.
People in America actually do have a heart. Their heart breaks every time they see poor parenting skills that involve taking your child on a life-threatening, illegal journey, and then complaining when the administration steps in to protect the children.
The other thing America has is people that love immigrants, but they love it when they come to America through proper and legal channels. The days of sympathy for those who willfully break the law are behind us with the new administration.
So you’re saying it’s working?
— Jo Ann 🇺🇸 (@TryAgainMom) July 3, 2018
That’s awesome, it’s working!!! #WinningAsUsual
— AgentOfChange (@Genevagirl81) July 3, 2018
Oh…you mean…maybe they should try emigration legally? Who woulda thunk it?
— Archie in a Bunker (@Kevin785133181) July 3, 2018
Who woulda thunk, indeed.
Well, Nielsen actually thought about that, recently alerting illegals and the enabling Democrat party that there are legal ways to claim asylum in America.
For those seeking asylum at ports of entry, we have continued the policy from previous Administrations and will only separate if the child is in danger, there is no custodial relationship between ‘family’ members, or if the adult has broken a law.
— Sec. Kirstjen Nielsen (@SecNielsen) June 17, 2018
In other words, quit breaking the law and you and your child will not be in any danger.
Godinez’s husband is awaiting deportation after he was convicted for illegally entering the U.S. Godinez, meanwhile, claimed asylum, was kept with her son, and will await court proceedings with immigration.
The law is very tough, yes, but it’s also working.
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