Time’s Up for ‘Temporary’ Alien Protection
Short-term relief has morphed into perpetual amnesty. Enough.
Se acabó el tiempo.
Seventeen years after granting “temporary protected status” to nearly 200,000 Salvadoran citizens who had either fled earthquakes in 2001 or who were already here illegally and claimed they were unable to return to their homeland because of civil strife, America is setting a deadline:
Get right with the law or go home.
As if we haven’t shown enough generosity to these provisional guests in our home, the Department of Homeland Security gave the Salvadorans until September 2019 to get their affairs in order. But the usual suspects in the permanent Gang of Amnesty — identity-politics Democrats, Big Business Republicans, anti-rule-of-law activists and sovereignty-sabotaging pundits — condemned the Trump administration’s announcement this week with a heaping dose of hyperbole.
Maria Rodriguez, executive director of the Florida Immigrant Coalition, called the move a “racial cleansing.”
Washington Post columnist Jennifer Rubin called the revocation “monstrous” and called on Democrats to hold government funding hostage until the nearly two-decade-old “temporary” protections were restored indefinitely.
Read the rest from Michelle Malkin HERE.