Promises, promises, promises. If you believe they will really self-deport, I'll bet you are still insisting that Rosie O'Donnell, George Clooney, Miley Cyrus and Lena Dunham will leave the country because Trump won.
Ain't gonna happen. Maybe a handful might but don't expect to see millions of illegals sneaking across the desert to get INTO Mexico.
“Alex and I are both over this [DACA situation],” said Daniela, who is 24-years-old. “If DACA ends, I will leave with Alex. I will close my business, leave work and school.”
Should Alex, who is 19, find herself unprotected, she said she is clear on what her plan will be. “I will leave. I will leave America as soon as possible,” she said. “I want to be able to leave on my terms. I’m not going to be waiting for anyone to come for me.”
Mexico’s Foreign Relations Secretary Luis Videgaray spoke in a press conference with Rex Tillerson said this:
“If young people protected under DACA were to come back to Mexico, that would be a great gain for Mexico and a loss for the United States.”
I don't know about you but that's one less I'm more than willing to take. And of course, the usual suspects are showing up on TV and throwing out huge numbers of what it would cost us to lose these "Dreamers." That's all white noise.
The cost of illegal aliens far surpasses what little benefit we get and we wouldn't just be keeping the Dreamers. We would also get chain migration. Immigration figures show that each couple who are eligible to bring relatives on average around 7 new immigrants each.
The truth is the moment we would grant amnesty to these illegals, our southern border would get worn out by all the new illegals coming in. The best way to kill a snake is to cut it's head off. So get out the Ginsu and cut those strings to America.
As reported by Fox News:
A Democratic strategist said on Fox Business Network that deporting DACA recipients would be akin to the 19th Century Native American "Trail of Tears."
Robin Biro said on "The Intelligence Report" that Republicans and Democrats must work together to find a meaningful compromise on immigration reform.
He said he is heartened by some Republicans who are willing to offer concessions in the negotiations.
"This would be the modern-day Trail of Tears," Biro said of the idea immigration hardliners are discussing, which would essentially be full enforcement of current immigration law.