Mexico là quốc gia hô hào mạnh mẽ nhất vì được hưởng lợi từ tiền của “kiều bào” gửi về!!! Y chang VC. Do đó Trump “mạnh tay” đòi xây tường là vậy. Một số người Mỹ và Mỹ-Việt thì khoái di dân bất hợp pháp vì được ..thuê người Mễ với giá bèo.
President-elect Donald Trump was elected by millions of Americans who were sick and tired of illegal immigration and were drawn to Trump’s promises to deport criminal illegals and build a wall to stop the flow of illegal immigrants.
It appears that several Central American countries have realized that Trump meant business when it comes to illegal immigration, because they are already making plans to “help” the illegals in the United States, the Washington Examiner reported.
The foreign ministers of Mexico, Guatemala, El Salvador and Honduras met over the weekend to figure out how to keep illegals in the United States by helping them avoid deportation — an action that should have any patriotic American fuming.
“The foreign ministers made a call to Guatemalans, Salvadorans and Hondurans, to continue observing and respecting the laws of that country, to stay calm and not make hasty decisions that endanger their personal safety, carry the necessary documents and approach their consulates for services and consular protection,” read a joint statement released after the meeting.
Essentially these countries said publicly that they would help their citizens break American immigration laws — apparently because they were worried about disrupting the flood of money these illegal immigrants send home.
The Mexican government has already begun to make plans to deal with the massive deportations that will occur after Trump is sworn in, CNN reported, but they aren’t happy about it and are hoping they don’t happen.
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The New York Times reported that the Mexican government released a video message to immigrants telling them to “stay calm” in the face of possible deportation.
Of course, if these people hadn’t broken the law in the first place, they wouldn’t need to worry about deportation.
These Central American countries had better cease their activities at once. Attempting to aid illegals in the United States is unacceptable, and if they continue to do so when Trump is sworn in, you can bet there will be a steep price to pay.
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