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Build THE WALL ... and Mexico will Pay

 

As Trump's popularity grew, the Mexican Peso broke support levels

MXN ... 5-years

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The reaction of American voters is Not quite like this

 

Pink Floyd - Another Brick In The Wall (HQ)

 

"WE don't need no (English) education.

Donald, leave those migrants alone"

 

 

But it already exists in people's minds

 

Spike In Immigrants Illegally Crossing Into US Ahead Of Election

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Can America get past the PC nonsense ?

 

Political Correctness seemed like the One True Religion under Obama

 

R.E.M. - Losing My Religion (Video)

 

Trump Host SNL Saturday Night Live Mexico President gives Trump Check to build wall November 7 2015

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A great Rant by Mike Savage on the protest by Illegal immigrants (demanding the right to vote.)

The Savage Nation- Michael Savage- October 26th, 2016 (Full Show)

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XAaBN1-cf-g

 

The protest was broken up by vigilantees

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POST ELECTION...

 

Some illegals already leaving country...

 

 

Some 1.4 million illegals who followed President Obama's request to sign up for two controversial amnesty programs could be among the first to face deportation under the new administration.

The reason: In exchange for getting into the two programs, they handed over their identities, home addresses, and admitted to being in the United States illegally, making them the easiest to find and legally deport.

"I was surprised anyone would be stupid enough to sign up for DACA (Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals) and DAPA (Deferred Action for Parents of Americans). Yet apparently hundreds of thousands of people did so anyway," said John Miano of the Center for Immigration Studies.

He said in a blog post that the programs are dead under a Trump administration and those who signed up "created a list of prime candidates for deportation with names, addresses, and an admission of illegal alien status."

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Compassion for the real victims, the American citizens

 

President-elect Donald Trump called slain NYPD Sgt. Paul Tuozzolo’s widow Thursday morning and personally extended his “condolences” to her on the day that thousands of police officers paid tribute to the fallen Finest at his funeral.

 

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Sgt. Paul Tuozzolo

“I’m very sorry I cannot be there with you today. My thoughts and prayers are with you and your family during this difficult time,” Trump told the grieving woman, according to a source.

“I want to express my condolences from me and my family.”

Tuozzolo, a married father of two, was shot and killed last week by 35-year-old ex-con Manuel Rosales. Tuozzolo had been responding to a report of a break-in.

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> http://nypost.com/2016/11/10/trump-calls-slain-cops-widow-to-offer-condolences/

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Trump Plans to Deport 2-3 Million Illegal Immigrants Immediately

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Possible Impact of the Hispanic reversal on the US Housing Market

 

Assumes that Illegals will cluster near those recorded in Census Data

 

Where are the Hispanics?
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  • More than half (55%) of the U.S. Hispanic population resides in three states: California, Texas, and Florida. California has the nation’s largest Hispanic population, with about 14.4 million Hispanics. California’s Hispanic population alone accounts for more than one-fourth (28%) of U.S. Hispanics.
  • Eight states have a Hispanic population of over one million: California, Texas, Florida, New York, Illinois, Arizona, New Jersey, and Colorado.

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> http://www.pewhispanic.org/2013/08/29/ii-ranking-latino-populations-in-the-states/

 

NYC:

The New York City area represents the largest Hispanic city in the United States with a population of 2.3 million Latinos according to the 2010 census. Historically most Hispanics in New York are of Puerto Rican heritage and Puerto Ricans continue to dominate - they represent 33% of all the Latinos in New York.

Philly:

As of the 2010 census, there were 187,611 Latinos and Hispanics in Philadelphia, constituting over 12 percent of the city's population, the vast majority of which are Puerto Ricans. Most Philadelphia Hispanics self-identify as either white, black, mixed, or other, for government purposes i.e. United States Census.

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Top 60 Hispanic Cities in America / Pew Data:

> http://www.pewhispanic.org/hispanic-population-in-select-u-s-metropolitan-areas/

=================== --------- Foreign -------- : Puerto: nonPR: Mex - : -------- : Dom.:
City----- /## - Hispanics : - Pct.- : Born : < 18yrs : Rican : ##### : -ican : ##### : Rep. :

NYC.etc #2: 4,243,000 : 23.9% : 44.5% : 29.2% : 27.4%: 3.23m: 12.9% : 547 k : ------
Chicago #5. 1,934,000 : 21.1% : 40.0% : 29.8% : 10.2%: 1.74m: 79.7% : 1.54m: ------
SanAnTx #9. 1,090,000 : 55.5% : 17.8% : 65.7% : 01.9%: 1.07m: 91.0% : 992 k : ------
Wash.DC 12. 774,000 : 14.0% : 56.2% : 17.9% : ------- : 774.k? 15.8% : 122 k : ------
Phila, PA 24. 420,000 : 7.9% : 24.7% : 11.6% : 52.5%: 199.k : 17.1% : 71.8k : 07.2%
Bost., MA 27. 403,000 : 9.9% : 42.1% : 14.5% : 27.4%: 252.k : ----- % : -----k : 26.4%
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Federal judge: 'If you don't like [Trump], you should go to another country'

 

Donald Trump's election looms over a U.S. citizenship ceremony in San Antonio, as the judge presiding over the ceremony says if you don't like that Trump will be president, go to another country.

“I can assure you that whether you voted for him or you did not vote for him, if you are a citizen of the United States, he is your president,” Judge John Primomo said. “He will be your president and if you do not like that, you need to go to another country.”

The room at the Institute of Texan Cultures Thursday night was a melting pot, a collection of hopeful faces now bound together under one flag. During the ceremony, the federal judge presiding over the ceremony talked about Donald Trump's election.

He went on to criticize Americans protestors who carry signs saying ‘He’s not my president,’ including some in San Antonio.

 

Primomo lashed out against NFL players who take a knee during the national anthem.

“I detest that, because you can protest things that happen in this country; you have every right to,” Judge Primomo said. “You don't do that by offending national symbols like the national anthem and the flag of the United States.”

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> http://www.kens5.com/news/politics/federal-judge-if-you-dont-like-trump-you-should-go-to-another-country/353652060

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Trey Gowdy Brutally Stomps Moronic Immigration Official

- 'We Are A Nation of Laws'

( video deleted )

 

Published on Nov 22, 2016

Trey Gowdy Brutally Stomps Moronic Immigration Official - 'We Are A Nation of Laws'

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Report: 820,000 criminal illegals, 84% with felonies, serious misdemeanors

 

Illegal immigrants with criminal records, the deportation priority of President-elect Trump, total at least 820,000, with most having felony and serious misdemeanor convictions, according to a new report.

Some estimates have suggested up to two million criminal illegals, but the numbers cited by the Center for Immigration Studies still show an enormous group larger than the populations of four states, Alaska, North Dakota, Vermont or Wyoming.

The immigration think tank cited numbers from the Urban Institute. That group downplayed the crimes and also questioned deporting any of those who are parents of children who might get left behind.

"Some estimates say that there are only 820,000 undocumented immigrants with criminal records in the country, including 690,000 with a felony or serious misdemeanor conviction," said that report.

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> http://www.washingtonexaminer.com/report-820000-criminal-illegals-84-with-felonies-serious-misdemeanors/article/2609915

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Mexico tries to cut a deal with Trump

Threat of tariffs and plant closures hangs over economy intertwined with the US

January 5, 2017

 

Last September, Luis Videgaray, then Mexico’s finance minister, arranged for Donald Trump to visit his country. The visit was a public relations fiasco for the Mexicans; the Massachusetts Institute of Technology-educated Mr Videgaray was branded a national traitor and resigned from his post.

This week, though, Mr Videgaray is back — as foreign minister, hoping to parlay the goodwill he won with Mr Trump to cut better deals for Mexico with the US-president elect. “With Luis, Mexico and the US would have made wonderful deals together,” as Mr Trump tweeted at the time.

 

Mr Videgaray’s appointment is Mexico’s first step in playing transactional politics with the incoming president, analysts said, and comes as Mexico braces for Mr Trump’s threats of high tariffs, immigrant deportations and the end of the North American Free Trade Agreement.

“[Videgaray] understands political bargaining and that’s going to be very important in the coming weeks and months,” says Duncan Wood, director of the Mexico Institute of the Woodrow Wilson Center in Washington DC.

 

The transnational bargaining has already begun. On Tuesday, Ford cancelled a $1.6bn Mexico plant — although there were economic reasons independent of Mr Trump for the move.

On Thursday, the president-elect took aim at Toyota’s plans to build a new plant in Mexico. “NO WAY!” he tweeted. “Build plant in US or or pay big border tax.”

In December, Mr Trump also took credit for convincing manufacturer Carrier to send fewer jobs south, and last week lambasted General Motors for building hatchbacks in Mexico. Together, the moves have sparked fears of a protectionist chain reaction.


“It could potentially happen, so the Mexican government needs to make efforts to convince company boards that Mexico is the best place to invest,” says Luis de la Calle, Mexico’s lead Nafta negotiator in the 1990s.

So far, the image of Mexico as a competitive free-trading hub continues to resonate. Earlier this week, Honda and Toyota said they had no plans to cut Mexican vehicle production.

Toyota is spending $1bn to expand its Mexican facilities and Akio Toyoda, its president, said the company will “see what policies the incoming [uS] president adopts” before deciding whether to take action.

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> MORE: https://www.ft.com/content/d1718da2-d33f-11e6-9341-7393bb2e1b51?segmentId=93750abe-f491-c316-796f-e8e3f7ec89ec

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Gold in MXN Pesos

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Some disagreement inside the GOP?

 

Paul Ryan: Trump mass deportations "not happening"

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House Speaker Paul Ryan talks with reporters during weekly news conference, in Washington on January 12, 2017

Chip Somodevilla, Getty Images

WASHINGTON -- Congressional Republicans are working with the Trump transition team on a solution for immigrants brought illegally to this country as kids, House Speaker Paul Ryan said Thursday.

Hundreds of thousands of these immigrants gained temporary protections and work permits from President Obama. While campaigning for president, Donald Trump promised to undo those protections, putting the immigrants at risk of deportation, although he said last month he hoped to “work something out” to help them.

Ryan didn’t detail what Congress and Mr. Trump would do about the program, called Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals, or DACA. But when questioned on a CNN town hall by a woman who identified herself as a DACA recipient with a young daughter, Ryan told her he did not want to see her deported.

“I can see you love your daughter, you are a nice person who has a great future ahead of you, and I hope your future is here,” Ryan said.

“What we have to do is find a way to make sure that you can get right with the law, and we’ve got to do this in a good way so that the rug doesn’t get pulled out from under you and your family gets separated.”

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> More: http://www.cbsnews.com/news/paul-ryan-trump-mass-deportations-not-happening/

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Proposed law seeks to punish countries for criminal illegals

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Geraldo: I withdraw my objection to building the wall

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Emotional "brainwashing" in the superbowl - Deconstructed

 

People need to learn how to see through this kind of propaganda instantly

(Females and low-T males are very susceptible to this kind of message)

 

Superbowl Commercial Tries to Guilt Millions of Americans Into Accepting Illegal Immigration

 

Never buy their products - send these spinmeisters a message

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Donald Trump's envoys head to Mexico as cracks emerge in border wall plan

 

Mexico will host its first high-profile Donald Trump envoys this week with at least one consolation: the proposed border wall is itself walled in, for now, by Washington bureaucracy.

Federal agencies are reportedly resisting the idea and Congress is hesitant to fund it, leaving the president fighting a lonely battle to keep his campaign promise.

Instead of a 2,000-mile “big, beautiful wall”, Trump may emerge from Washington’s policy labyrinth with a fence covering a few hundred miles.

“He hasn’t made any progress other than to say ‘we’re going to do it’,” said Seth Stodder, a former senior homeland security official who focused on border security under the Obama and Bush administrations. “They’re pretty far away. I don’t think they’ve made much progress.”

The apparent crack in the promise of a wall will be about the only bright spot, from Mexico’s viewpoint, when President Enrique Peña Nieto and other officials meet Rex Tillerson, the secretary of state, and John Kelly, the head of homeland security, for talks in Mexico City on Wednesday and Thursday.

They face a fraught, urgent agenda spanning border security, immigration and trade.

The Trump administration unveiled two memos on Tuesday that broadened the ways in which federal immigration laws should be enforced, laying the groundwork for potentially millions of deportations to Mexico.

As a result, federal authorities could more aggressively detain undocumented immigrants, expand the pool of immigrants prioritised for removal, restrict asylum claims and send non-Mexican border crossers back to Mexico, rather than their country of origin.

Compared with that, uncertainty about the wall will seem relatively benign.

Last month Trump signed an executive order directing its construction to block drugs, criminals and terrorists. “Beginning today, the United States of America gets back control of its borders,” he told employees at the Department of Homeland Security’s headquarters in Washington.

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> more: https://uk.news.yahoo.com/donald-trumps-envoys-head-mexico-090124248.html

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From "Cheesy Chuck" Schumer, the anti-patriot

 

Schumer's plan to stop the wall

Christian Torres / AP

Chuck Schumer has concluded that denying President Trump his wall is perhaps the surest major defeat Democrats can hand the President in his first year.

Trump needs 60 Senate votes to fund construction of his "great wall" along the Southern border. Unlike healthcare or tax reform, Republicans can't use the budget process to ram the wall funding through Congress using only Republican votes.

  • Schumer's thinking: There's nothing the Republicans would be willing to offer that could get Trump the eight Democratic Senators he needs to fund the wall. Mitch McConnell's only other option would be to invoke the nuclear option and bypass the filibuster. But Democratic appropriators are betting the Republican leader won't be willing to undermine such a fundamental Senate tradition just to pay for Trump's wall.
  • The evolving plan, being discussed by Schumer's office and Senate appropriators: If Republicans put money for the wall into a bill, Democrats block it. It doesn't matter what else is in the bill — Schumer will make it about the wall. The way Democrats see it, if they can block the wall, they'd crush a central feature of Trump's political identity. And as the face of the strategy, Schumer would thrill the Democratic base (though less so the red-state Democratic senators up in 2018).
  • What happens next: Team Trump knows it's not going to be easy to fund the wall. A source familiar with the administration's plans says the preferred strategy would be to attach the wall funding to the bill that funds the military. That way, Republicans could tell the public that Schumer and the Democrats are blocking money not only for border security but for our troops. They'll run relentless attack ads against Senate Democrats up for re-election in 2018 in states that Trump won.
  • What happens if Schumer wins: A second source familiar with the administration's thinking said that even if Democrats block funding, the administration will find ways to get by in the short term. "We have enough money to get a decent amount of the wall done in first year," the source said. "We can reprioritize some funding within [the Department of Homeland Security]. ... It's not like work would come to a complete halt."

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> https://www.axios.com/schumers-plan-to-stop-the-wall-2301564920.html

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Nuke 'em! (figuratively, of course)

 

Mexican Govt wants its citizens to break US Laws

 

Mexico releases video with tips for illegal immigrants in US

Published on Mar 6, 2017

Reaction from former Arizona Gov. Jan Brewer on 'Your World'

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America a 3rd world country? Ben Shapiro Ann Coulter Immigration, Homosexuality, Obama, & More

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OtfT4bFG-Jo

 

Published on Mar 8, 2017

Ben Shapiro interviews Ann Coulter regarding immigration and why she hates president Obama. When you put Ben Shapiro and Ann Coulter together you get fireworks as both of these individuals are very polarizing. You pretty much love them or hate them. Agree with them or disagree with them. I agre

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Tucker to advocate: Do illegals have a right to be here?

Published on Apr 25, 2017

California judge on blocks President Trump's executive order seeking to withhold federal funds from sanctuary cities. Tucker asks one sanctuary advocate whether illegals have a constitutional right to be here #Tucker

 

Comment:

"What we stand for..." Some Leftist judge ignores the Constitution and tells us what HE thinks that should be. Time to sweep these traitors away! Legally, of course. If the Law allows, Federal troops can be sent in and put an end to this illegality. If a few judges get locked up, for breaking the law, so be it.

 

 

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Jeff Sessions Enforces Trump's Order On Sanctuary Cities

 

Published on Apr 27, 2017

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A WALL OF FEAR?

 

How can that be a bad thing?

It is better than bullets, or deportations... better than the US spending billions, too

 

(message to the Washington Compost: Get Real! Stop with the Fear porn)

 

Amid immigration setbacks, one Trump strategy seems to be working: Fear
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A Border Patrol agent on duty at the fence between the United States and Mexico in San Ysidro, Calif., in mid-April. Apprehensions of people trying to enter the United States illegally along the southern border have plummeted, according to federal data. (Sandy Huffaker/Getty Images)
By David Nakamura April 30

In many ways, President Trump’s attempts to implement his hard-line immigration policies have not gone very well in his first three months. His travel ban aimed at some Muslim-majority countries has been blocked by the courts, his U.S.-Mexico border wall has gone nowhere in Congress, and he has retreated, at least for now, on his vow to target illegal immigrants brought here as children.

But one strategy that seems to be working well is fear. The number of migrants, legal and illegal, crossing into the United States has dropped markedly since Trump took office, while recent declines in the number of deportations have been reversed.

Many experts on both sides of the immigration debate attribute at least part of this shift to the use of sharp, unwelcoming rhetoric by Trump and his aides, as well as the administration’s showy use of enforcement raids and public spotlighting of crimes committed by immigrants. The tactics were aimed at sending a political message to those in the country illegally or those thinking about trying to come.

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> more: https://www.washingtonpost.com/politics/amid-immigration-setbacks-one-trump-strategy-seems-to-be-working-fear/2017/04/30/62af1620-2b4e-11e7-a616-d7c8a68c1a66_story.html?utm_term=.f4e48f536712

 

 

This Sounds like a very good thing indeed,

Now how do we instill fear in the scumbags that put Lies into the Lie-Stream media, so the truth can shine through?

 

“The world is getting the message,” Trump said last week during a speech at the National Rifle Association leadership forum in Atlanta. “They know our border is no longer open to illegal immigration, and if they try to break in you’ll be caught and you’ll be returned to your home. You’re not staying any longer. If you keep coming back illegally after deportation, you’ll be arrested and prosecuted and put behind bars. Otherwise it will never end.”

 

The most vivid evidence that Trump’s tactics have had an effect has come at the southern border with Mexico, where the number of apprehensions made by Customs and Border Patrol agents plummeted from more than 40,000 per month at the end of 2016 to just 12,193 in March, according to federal data.

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Immigrant rights advocates and restrictionist groups said there is little doubt that the Trump administration’s tough talk has had impact.

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BORDER AGENT KILLED, ANOTHER INJURED ON PATROL...
HUNT FOR SUSPECTS...
CALL FOR WALL RENEWED...

 

 

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President Trump on Sunday reiterated his calls to build a wall along the country's southern border after a U.S. Border Patrol agent died from injuries he sustained on patrol in Texas.

"Border Patrol Officer killed at Southern Border, another badly hurt," Trump tweeted.

"We will seek out and bring to justice those responsible. We will, and must, build the Wall!"

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The agent who died was identified as Rogelio Martinez, according to USA Today.

His partner is in the hospital in serious condition, the news outlet reported. The incident reportedly occurred when the two men were responding to activity about 120 miles outside El Paso.

Acting Secretary of Homeland Security Elaine Duke said the agency is "fully supporting the ongoing investigation to determine the cause of this tragic event," according to USA Today.

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