ABC News: Trump “Will Deport 11 Million”

ABC News—one of the U.S.’s largest media corporations—has announced that President Donald Trump’s recent Executive Order on expelling illegal criminal invaders means that an estimated 11 million illegal immigrants can be expelled—because they have all broken the law to one degree or another.

Invaders arrested trying to cross the US-Mexico border.

ABC News—owned by the Disney Media Networks division of Robert Iger’s The Walt Disney Company—said that “legal experts” had confirmed that the order was broad enough to include all those illegally in the country.

The order defines seven categories of “removable aliens” who must be targeted for prioritization by the Department of Homeland Security.

These seven categories are any invaders who have

“been convicted of any criminal offense;

“have been charged with any criminal offense, where such charge has not been resolved;

“have committed acts that constitute a chargeable criminal offense;

“have engaged in fraud or willful misrepresentation in connection with any official matter or application before a governmental agency;

“have abused any program related to receipt of public benefits; are subject to a final order of removal, but who have not complied with their legal obligation to depart the United States; or

“in the judgment of an immigration officer, otherwise pose a risk to public safety or national security.”

According to ABC, these categories automatically include anyone who came to the U.S. illegally—because someone who entered the country “without passing through border inspection” has automatically “committed a criminal misdemeanor.”

Anybody who has broken immigration law would, therefore, “fall into the priority removal category, legal experts tell ABC News.”

Furthermore, while “overstaying a visa is not a criminal offense,” ABC’s legal experts said that anyone who overstayed could technically fall under the clause dealing with “fraud or willful misrepresentation in connection with any official matter”—because at time of entry into the U.S. they would have undertaken to border officials to leave again by a certain time.

During his election campaign, Trump often vowed to remove all 11 million illegal immigrants “within two years,” and said that he would organize a “massive deportation force” to make this possible.

Later, Trump appeared to back down from that proposal after it came under massive attack from the media and his political opponents.

However, as ABC News suggests, the new Executive Order has the potential to include all lawbreakers in its net. It will be up to the Department of Homeland Security to determine exactly how far they will enforce the order.

* The figure of “11 million” illegal invaders inside the U.S. is the most commonly used estimate. The true numbers are likely to be substantially more, as the “sanctuary city” phenomenon which Trump is also trying to halt means that hundreds of thousands—if not millions—of invaders have been given a free pass to stay without being checked in any way whatsoever.

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    1. Sweden doesn’t even deport convicted murderers or gang-rapists, with reference to their risking death penalty in home country.

  1. If they came here illegally in the first place that’s all the criminal offense we need to deport them. Let’s not ignore their first criminal act.

  2. Its nothing unusual. All nations with borders can deport illegal aliens. Its just a matter of the Rule of Law.
    Deportation services could become quite an industry.
    Barack Obama deported 2.5 million. No-one said a thing. Oh WHY?

  3. Would they be as sympathetic if the invaders were let’s say; Canadians? If they had 10 million Canadians illegally living in the US would Geraldo Rivera be crying for the Canadians seeking a better life? Do they have any idea how impossible it is to move to the US legally from Canada, sometimes even getting over the border for shopping can be a hassle.
    Talk to Americans personally and they all hate these illegals, but few will say it publicly like Trump did.

  4. Let’s remember that there are a substantial number of people, including civil servants who will try to bend the rules for as long as possible. That could well be the case all across Europe including the UK – we don’t really know, but it is possible. The time has come to demand legal paperwork for their residence in the USA, no paperwork, a trip to a detention centre and a flight back to where they came from, and if it takes a little pressure to find their real nationality, so be it. Even at my age, it would not be hardship for me to get the truth. The taxpayers of all countries coping with illegal migrants need to act now. Out of curiosity, are there still ‘buckshot-type’ guns around, because they can clear violent demonstrations quicker than anything?

  5. It will now be up to the people of America, and elsewhere, to support such an initiative as deporting illegals. Silence from the decent minded will only allow the shrill scream of the left to be heard.

  6. …..In the 1990’s I remember seeing estimates ranging from 10 to 30 million illegal aliens already in the US. Which end of the scale they estimated depended on who was providing the statistics. Other statistics knocked around were the number of illegals caught trying to enter the US each day (1000+) vs the estimated number that were not stopped which some estimated to be 10 times more than the number actually apprehended. And those numbers don’t include the anchor babies, or those who entered legally and then never left.
    …..It’s hard for me to swallow that there are only 11 million here now. I can only imagine that the illegals from previous years have been granted citizenship and are no longer being counted so that the pundits can play down the problem.

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