How long will Normal Americans tolerate the invasion on & at our southern border? Apparently, not much longer!
As Congresswoman Nancy Pelosi (D-CA) screeches “No Wall ! ! !” As both Liberal Republicans & Democrats in the House & Senate pretend they want border security, but block every proposal. As border patrol agents beg for The Wall.
PURPLE HEART VETERAN STARTS GOFUNDME ACCOUNT
During Operation Iraqi Freedom, Brian Kolfage lost three limbs on September 11, 2004. That was the three-year anniversary when Muslim terrorists slaughtered almost 3,000 people on the east coast of the USA. Brian is one of the most severely wounded veterans alive today.
Brian set up a GoFundMe Account on Monday, so Normal Americans can pay to build The Wall. Five million dollars is needed to build the remainder of The Wall along our southern border.
In the first three days alone, Brian raised $3.2 Million. Donations stand at $18+ Million as of December 28th. The goal is $1 Billion. Brian has made arrangement with Federal agencies about how/when they will accept these funds.
TRUMP MAKES DEAL WITH
MEXICO TO KEEP “REFUGEES”
Thursday, Secretary of Homeland Security, Kirstjen Nielsen, announced an historic deal to protect our southern borders. Mexico has agreed to hold so-called asylum-seekers from Central America while they await an US immigration court’s ruling on their asylum claims.
This deal with Mexico is effective immediately, and will remove the KEY scam that foreign nationals have played on America for decades. This arrangement with Mexico will kill the catch & release incentive that brings foreign nationals across the border, and which has resulted in 22 million illegals currently living in our country.
“We will reduce illegal migration by removing one of the key incentives that encourages people from taking the dangerous journey to the United States in the first place,” Secretary Nielsen said in a statement.
The U.S. expects Mexico to give these people from Central America humanitarian visas to allow them to stay & work in Mexico, while awaiting a U.S. court ruling, Nielsen said.
An asylum-seeker will only be allowed to enter the U.S. if an immigration judge upholds his claim, according to the Department of Homeland Security.