Sen. Sessions: Democrats Build Wall For Themselves, But Dismantle Americans’ Border Wall

10 Jun 2016

Democrats are eager to build a wall around their Philadelphia presidential convention, but they’re refusing to preserve Americans’ legal walls against low-skill migration from low-wage countries, Sen. Jeff Sessions said today.

“It’s interesting that the Democratic National Committee will have a wall around their convention to keep unapproved people out while at the same time, their presumptive nominee, Hillary Clinton, pushes for open borders policies that are even more radical than President Obama’s,” Sessions said in Friday statement.

She would refuse to deport dangerous criminal aliens until after they have been convicted of committing heinous crimes against Americans, close detention centers, issue even more extreme executive orders than Obama, and increase Syrian refugees five-fold. Her proposed policies make no sense, decimate the rule of law, further reduce wages for poor Americans, and increase the risk of terrorism and criminal behavior.

During the Democratic primary, Clinton promise to stop deporting illegals who have families in the United States, and promised to extend President Obama’s plan to provide residency and work permits to at least 5 million foreign migrants.

In a March event organized by The Washington Post and Univision, Clinton told progressives that;

I will not deport children. I would not deport children. I do not want to deport family members either, Jorge. I want to, as I said, prioritize who would be deported: violent criminals, people planning terrorist attacks, anybody who threatens us. That’s a relatively small universe.

In contrast, Donald Trump has promised to build a physical wall against southern migrants, to reduce the use of H-1B guest-workers who slash wages for white-collar Americans professionals, to temporarily bar the legal immigration of people who believe in Islam’s violent jihad doctrines, and even to establish a two-year pause in legal migration. “I’d say a minimum of one year, maybe two years,” Trump said during the March GOP debate in Miami, Fla.

Currently, the federal government allows 1 million wage-cutting legal migrants to enter the United States each year, even though 4 million young Americans enter the weak job market each year.

In addition, the federal government has allowed illegal migration to reach roughly 550,000 in 2015.

Also, the government allows companies to annually import almost 800,000 guest-workers, creating a year-round population of roughly 1.5 million, wage-cutting blue-collar and white-collar guest workers.

In total, that inflow of foreign workers adds up to roughly two foreign workers for every four Americans who join the workforce each year.

Sessions also slammed the Democrats’ hypocrisy on security, citing the case of Californian Kate Steinle, who was one of many Americans killed by an illegal immigrants.

Security is a necessity in this increasingly dangerous world. Clinton and the DNC don’t hesitate to use walls and guns for protecting themselves and their elite friends. I say it’s time to provide such protection to the at-risk people like Kate Steinle, and Clinton not understanding this will lead to her defeat.