This is What Self-Deportation Looks Like

A key advisor to Trump suggests that children brought to the U.S. illegally by their parents should return to their home countries and apply for citizenship at their local U.S. embassy. For many of these children, however, the United States is the only country they’ve ever known.

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4 thoughts on “This is What Self-Deportation Looks Like

  1. Brought up as he is in the wonderful world of US politics, the chap above knows the meaning of the word loco. Who says that cultural interchange doesn’t continue under Mr Trump ?!!…

    Henri

  2. Self-deportation also looks like smart, highly skilled people moving to New Zealand and Canada.

    Some of the Dreamers are smart, highly motivated STEM types as well. The more smart people leave the country, the better Scrooge McDondald’s chances for reelection.

    Damn! He does have a plan after all!

    • Trump wants to restrict immigration to educated STEM types and eliminate immigration of the non-educated who are now entitled to immigration because of having family members already here.

      An abundance of STEM workers is sure to please the corporations by driving domestic wages down, and also eliminating the inconvenience of gaming the H1B system.

      • “eliminate immigration of” …your tired, your poor,
        Your huddled masses yearning to breathe free,
        The wretched refuse of your teeming shore.

        That’s the Amurikkkan way!

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