Dems’ open border policy to blame for illegal alien problem

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The liberal Democratic open border policy, practiced for decades by the U.S. is largely responsible for the illegal alien (undocumented immigrant) problem in the U.S. today.

With the tidal wave of aliens crossing into the United States, it’s very obvious that a barrier needs to be constructed along our Mexican border to slow this influx. Busloads of aliens are being transported to the U.S. border, including wanted criminals and drug smugglers, so they may cross into the U.S. illegally.

The law granting citizenship to anyone born on U.S. soil must be amended. All an alien needs to do is sneak into the U.S. and have a child. This ensures that their whole family may remain in the U.S. because the law states an alien may not be deported if it works a hardship on a U.S. citizen. The regulations governing asylum must be made much stricter. All asylum must only be granted or approved by the federal Immigration Service.

President Trump has done a remarkable job since taking office, considering the vehement Democratic opposition including their so-called Russia investigation, and the almost total lack of support by the Republican party.

ARLIE KELLOGG

Sandpoint

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