DAILYKENN.com -- What do you do with the nearly 250,000 aliens with deportation orders?
The answer — "deport them" — should be simple.
But it isn't simple.
Some nations are refusing to accept "refugees" (usually Islamic insurgents) with criminal histories.
What to do?
Brenden Kirby at lifezette.net reports that one congressman is suggesting the United States without foreign aid to uncooperative nations.
Legislation by Rep. Brian Babin (R-Texas) includes a provision available but rarely used under existing law — suspension of visas for countries that are deemed non-cooperative in accepting their citizens who have been convicted of crimes and ordered deported.Oddly, Trumpophobic protesters are demonizing Western countries as 'xenophobic' for refusing refugees. Those same protesters seem perfectly satisfied that the nations of origin of the refugees won't open their borders TO THEIR OWN PEOPLE!
The bill also would:
• Withhold foreign aid to countries that refuse to take back citizens who have been convicted of crimes and ordered deported.
• Require the Department of Homeland Security to submit a report to Congress every three months listing the uncooperative countries.
• Allow victims of crimes by illegal immigrants to sue in federal court.
“There is absolutely no reason that criminal aliens should be released back onto America’s streets, yet that is exactly what is happening by the thousands each and every year because their countries of origin refuse to take them back,” Babin said in a prepared statement.
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