Round the bastards up. President Trump, by established law, must at this time, round up - gather up and detain all illegal aliens inside the United States.
As the corrupt judge stands in the way of stopping the next Islamic Radical Jihadist Bomber we can sure in hell round up the millions of rascals, that are clearly illegal, claim welfare benefits, fill our schools, cram our jails and prisons and create havoc across every city, town and village in America. Sanctuary City Mayors and Supervisors of cities, towns and villages must now be held accountable for breaking federal immigration laws. A local government official cannot break the law and remain outside of a jail cell.
How bad is the problem?
More than half of the undocumented people living in the U.S. entered the country with visas that expired, according to a report issued this month by a New York-based think tank dedicated to studying international migration.
The study analyzes Department of Homeland Security (DHS) statistics from 2014 and finds that two-thirds of foreigners who arrived did not cross the border illegally, but rather were admitted on non-immigrant temporary visas and overstayed their period of admission or otherwise violated the terms of their visas.
“Overstays accounted for about two-thirds (66 percent) of those who arrived (i.e., joined the undocumented population) in 2014,” the report states.
Visa overstays exceeded illegal border crossings, Entries Without Inspection (EWI), every year since 2007, the report says, and 600,000 more overstays than EWIs have arrived since 2007. Most illegal immigrants in the U.S. come from Mexico, the DHS figures used to compile the report show, about one-third of them visa overstays. This translates into 4.5 million visa overstays from Mexico in the year that was studied.
California has the largest number of overstays (890,000), followed by New York (520,000), Texas (475,000), and Florida (435,000). Not surprisingly, California and Texas have the biggest chunk of illegal border crossers from Mexico, with 1.7 million and 1.3 million respectively. Other states, such as Hawaii, Massachusetts, Connecticut and Pennsylvania, also have large numbers of visa overstays, the report states.