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What Should a President Trump Do? Part One: The Border—
Jul 10, 2024 14:35:15   #
thebigp
 
July 10, 2024—printed off 7/10/24
Victor Davis Hanson
One would expect Trump first to finish the wall as soon as possible, even if that entailed extending it to the Gulf and through difficult terrain, fixing weak spots in the existing wall, and fighting nonstop lawsuits, internal administrative-state obstructions, and mass leftwing hysteria.
Logically, he would simultaneously stop catch-and-release and force refugee-status applicants to apply in their home countries and stay there awaiting adjudication. All the above could be done easily in the first six months.
Mexico waves in i*****l i*******ts heading northward at its international airports, its seaports, and its own southern border. In the past, Trump had been quite good in pressuring President Obrador with threats of ending or radically redefining NAFTA. Yet he never went to DefCon 1 by warning Mexico, its cartels, and their Chinese f******l suppliers that he would begin leveling a 10-20% tax on all remittances sent from U.S. locations to Mexico ($60 billion per annum) and Central America (ca. $50-60 billion) until our southern friends shut their borders and ports to t***scontinental migrations.
That move would send shock waves throughout Mexico and Central America and immediately curtail the use of i*****l i*********n as a near weapon against the United States. Mexico, for example, knows full well that its cartels deliberately disguise as both prescription and illicit drugs their f******l brews to ensure mass consumption, with full knowledge that 100,000 Americans will die each year.
Then comes the sticky point of deportation. Trump would enjoy, at least for a while, broad public support for deporting all the i*****l a***ns who arrived after 2020, especially since at least half are not from Mexico and do not have large chauvinistic and supporting expatriate communities in the U.S.
Why, for example, are some 30,000, mostly male, Chinese nationals illegally entering the U.S., apparently with the full knowledge and thus permission of China itself—supposedly worried about its collapsing fertility rate and radically declining population, especially males? Why are they here, and why were they allowed in?
The Left (which was unconcerned [“collateral damage”] with the illegal violent crime wave) would love to see roving vans forcefully picking up i******s on the street, as it screamed “f*****m.”
Instead, Trump would need only apprise all federal and state agencies (and threaten to cut off federal funding for those sanctuary jurisdictions that illegally nullify federal immigration statutes) to assess the immigration status of all those with whom they interact. That would include law enforcement, the DMV, welfare offices, and tax agencies.
Ideally, the rolling deportations would work by gradations:
First: deport those who could not prove residence before 2021 and were part of the Biden 10-million-person influx;
Second: all i*****l a***ns, regardless of their length of residence who have either committed felonies or have a record of, say, more than three illegal entries. There would still be broad public support, including among the black and Latino communities, for these first two rounds of deportations and they might entail anywhere from 10-15 million;
Third: next comes the controversial part—what to do with the some 10-15 million (there may be currently in total well over 30 million i*****l a***ns in the U.S.) who have resided in the U.S. well before 2021? Again, their statuses would have to be categorized on an individual basis.
The public would support the deportation of healthy illegal residents who had no record of work and were dependent on government largess. But for the majority of this third and last illegal residing cohort, there should be no automatic citizenship. Rather there should be avenues to citizenship for legal, green card residents.
For the successful recipients of green cards, it would be up to them to seek citizenship through legal and often lengthy channels of applications or choose to renew legal residence periodically subject to being crime-free and employed.
To be continued…

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Jul 10, 2024 14:57:51   #
Sonny Magoo Loc: Where pot pie is boiled in a kettle
 
thebigp wrote:
July 10, 2024—printed off 7/10/24
Victor Davis Hanson
One would expect Trump first to finish the wall as soon as possible, even if that entailed extending it to the Gulf and through difficult terrain, fixing weak spots in the existing wall, and fighting nonstop lawsuits, internal administrative-state obstructions, and mass leftwing hysteria.
Logically, he would simultaneously stop catch-and-release and force refugee-status applicants to apply in their home countries and stay there awaiting adjudication. All the above could be done easily in the first six months.
Mexico waves in i*****l i*******ts heading northward at its international airports, its seaports, and its own southern border. In the past, Trump had been quite good in pressuring President Obrador with threats of ending or radically redefining NAFTA. Yet he never went to DefCon 1 by warning Mexico, its cartels, and their Chinese f******l suppliers that he would begin leveling a 10-20% tax on all remittances sent from U.S. locations to Mexico ($60 billion per annum) and Central America (ca. $50-60 billion) until our southern friends shut their borders and ports to t***scontinental migrations.
That move would send shock waves throughout Mexico and Central America and immediately curtail the use of i*****l i*********n as a near weapon against the United States. Mexico, for example, knows full well that its cartels deliberately disguise as both prescription and illicit drugs their f******l brews to ensure mass consumption, with full knowledge that 100,000 Americans will die each year.
Then comes the sticky point of deportation. Trump would enjoy, at least for a while, broad public support for deporting all the i*****l a***ns who arrived after 2020, especially since at least half are not from Mexico and do not have large chauvinistic and supporting expatriate communities in the U.S.
Why, for example, are some 30,000, mostly male, Chinese nationals illegally entering the U.S., apparently with the full knowledge and thus permission of China itself—supposedly worried about its collapsing fertility rate and radically declining population, especially males? Why are they here, and why were they allowed in?
The Left (which was unconcerned [“collateral damage”] with the illegal violent crime wave) would love to see roving vans forcefully picking up i******s on the street, as it screamed “f*****m.”
Instead, Trump would need only apprise all federal and state agencies (and threaten to cut off federal funding for those sanctuary jurisdictions that illegally nullify federal immigration statutes) to assess the immigration status of all those with whom they interact. That would include law enforcement, the DMV, welfare offices, and tax agencies.
Ideally, the rolling deportations would work by gradations:
First: deport those who could not prove residence before 2021 and were part of the Biden 10-million-person influx;
Second: all i*****l a***ns, regardless of their length of residence who have either committed felonies or have a record of, say, more than three illegal entries. There would still be broad public support, including among the black and Latino communities, for these first two rounds of deportations and they might entail anywhere from 10-15 million;
Third: next comes the controversial part—what to do with the some 10-15 million (there may be currently in total well over 30 million i*****l a***ns in the U.S.) who have resided in the U.S. well before 2021? Again, their statuses would have to be categorized on an individual basis.
The public would support the deportation of healthy illegal residents who had no record of work and were dependent on government largess. But for the majority of this third and last illegal residing cohort, there should be no automatic citizenship. Rather there should be avenues to citizenship for legal, green card residents.
For the successful recipients of green cards, it would be up to them to seek citizenship through legal and often lengthy channels of applications or choose to renew legal residence periodically subject to being crime-free and employed.
To be continued…
July 10, 2024—printed off 7/10/24 br Victor Davis ... (show quote)


Gotta like this guy.
He needs a cabinet post.
He'd be so good at many of them.

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Jul 10, 2024 16:51:47   #
LogicallyRight Loc: Chicago
 
thebigp wrote:
July 10, 2024—printed off 7/10/24
Victor Davis Hanson
One would expect Trump first to finish the wall as soon as possible, even if that entailed extending it to the Gulf and through difficult terrain, fixing weak spots in the existing wall, and fighting nonstop lawsuits, internal administrative-state obstructions, and mass leftwing hysteria.
Logically, he would simultaneously stop catch-and-release and force refugee-status applicants to apply in their home countries and stay there awaiting adjudication. All the above could be done easily in the first six months.
Mexico waves in i*****l i*******ts heading northward at its international airports, its seaports, and its own southern border. In the past, Trump had been quite good in pressuring President Obrador with threats of ending or radically redefining NAFTA. Yet he never went to DefCon 1 by warning Mexico, its cartels, and their Chinese f******l suppliers that he would begin leveling a 10-20% tax on all remittances sent from U.S. locations to Mexico ($60 billion per annum) and Central America (ca. $50-60 billion) until our southern friends shut their borders and ports to t***scontinental migrations.
That move would send shock waves throughout Mexico and Central America and immediately curtail the use of i*****l i*********n as a near weapon against the United States. Mexico, for example, knows full well that its cartels deliberately disguise as both prescription and illicit drugs their f******l brews to ensure mass consumption, with full knowledge that 100,000 Americans will die each year.
Then comes the sticky point of deportation. Trump would enjoy, at least for a while, broad public support for deporting all the i*****l a***ns who arrived after 2020, especially since at least half are not from Mexico and do not have large chauvinistic and supporting expatriate communities in the U.S.
Why, for example, are some 30,000, mostly male, Chinese nationals illegally entering the U.S., apparently with the full knowledge and thus permission of China itself—supposedly worried about its collapsing fertility rate and radically declining population, especially males? Why are they here, and why were they allowed in?
The Left (which was unconcerned [“collateral damage”] with the illegal violent crime wave) would love to see roving vans forcefully picking up i******s on the street, as it screamed “f*****m.”
Instead, Trump would need only apprise all federal and state agencies (and threaten to cut off federal funding for those sanctuary jurisdictions that illegally nullify federal immigration statutes) to assess the immigration status of all those with whom they interact. That would include law enforcement, the DMV, welfare offices, and tax agencies.
Ideally, the rolling deportations would work by gradations:
First: deport those who could not prove residence before 2021 and were part of the Biden 10-million-person influx;
Second: all i*****l a***ns, regardless of their length of residence who have either committed felonies or have a record of, say, more than three illegal entries. There would still be broad public support, including among the black and Latino communities, for these first two rounds of deportations and they might entail anywhere from 10-15 million;
Third: next comes the controversial part—what to do with the some 10-15 million (there may be currently in total well over 30 million i*****l a***ns in the U.S.) who have resided in the U.S. well before 2021? Again, their statuses would have to be categorized on an individual basis.
The public would support the deportation of healthy illegal residents who had no record of work and were dependent on government largess. But for the majority of this third and last illegal residing cohort, there should be no automatic citizenship. Rather there should be avenues to citizenship for legal, green card residents.
For the successful recipients of green cards, it would be up to them to seek citizenship through legal and often lengthy channels of applications or choose to renew legal residence periodically subject to being crime-free and employed.
To be continued…
July 10, 2024—printed off 7/10/24 br Victor Davis ... (show quote)


A decent plan. First the wall. Then agreements with Mexico or else as stated. As for the i******s, Any illegal has 1 year to leave America. Clean up your affairs, and make arrangements to return home or else, No exceptions, the nuclear option. If we find you, we jail you until trial, try you, convict you of being in America illegally, and permanently deport you. DNA taken. If you return, and we find you, the penalties double, then triple and so on for all crimes committed and the crime of entering America illegally. Those that leave within a year, can apply to immigrate to America, legally. First in line looked at first for legal entry, based on limits our Government sets.

Logically Right

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