By John Miller
Sunday the 5th of November, 2017
The US State Department announced Friday that Central Americans and Haitians who have overstayed, in some cases by as much as 20 years, will now all be sent back home before the end of the year.
Given Temporary Protected Status because their nations had been deemed unstable due to armed conflict and natural disasters, these men have now been given the all clear to go back home and rebuild their countries, according to Secretary of State Rex Tillerson, fulfilling yet another Trump campaign promise.
The Department of Homeland Security will announce on Monday its plans for about 57,000 Hondurans and 2,500 Nicaraguans whose protections are due to expire. Large numbers who fled to the US in 1998 as Hurricane Mitch battered Central America have simply had their status renewed ever since.
Under the changes, those former refugees whose protections expire but continue to abuse the hospitality of America will be arrested and deported.
A decision on the other 240,000 refugees who have the same temporary status will be made by January. In total it is widely reported that President Trump could be sending back around 300,000 former refugees this winter alone, and they will be arrested if they continue living in America illegally.
President Trump is also urging Congress to end the Diversity Immigrant Visa program, under which Sayfullo Saipov entered the United States in 2010. Saipov, an ISIS Haji, killed eight people in New York this Halloween in a truck of peace terror attack.
The Diversity Immigrant Visa program was signed into law in 1990 by New World Order globalist heathen President George Bush I, who son Guac Bush lost to Trump in the Republican primaries.
No word from Canada yet as to where the 300,000 New Canadians can expect to be resettled.
Full disclosure: John Miller’s IRL name is Frank Faulkner. I currently live in Australia and I write about things that concern me as a Christian, or as a cranky guy.