DAILYKENN.com -- The Dept. of Justice is reversing the far-left's language loading trend by insisting that attorneys must refer to illegal aliens as "illegal immigrants" rather then "undocumented workers."
Considering many illegal aliens have documents (drivers licenses) and drug trafficking fails to meet the criteria of legitimate employment, the DOJ mandate makes perfect sense; though "alien" is more accurate than "immigrant."
From Daily Caller ▼
The Justice Department has instructed attorneys to start using the phrase “illegal immigrants” instead of “undocumented immigrants” in reference to people who come into the country illegally, according to an email obtained by CNN.
“The word ‘undocumented’ is not based in U.S. code and should not be used to describe someone’s illegal presence in the country,” the email said, according to a CNN article published Tuesday.
The email also said “illegal alien” is the appropriate term for someone coming into the country illegally as defined in the U.S. Code.
This is another step implemented by the Trump administration in their fight against illegal immigration, which is becoming an even bigger issue ahead of the November midterm elections.
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