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Chain Deportations for Terrorists

Chain Deportations for Terrorists
This undated photo provided by the New York City Taxi and Limousine Commission shows Akayed Ullah, the suspect in the explosion near New York's Times Square on Monday, Dec. 11, 2017. (New York City Taxi and Limousine Commission via AP)

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Tuesday, 12 December 2017 03:32 PM Current | Bio | Archive

Yesterday, we learned that the New York City bombing attempt was conducted by a Bangladeshi national Akayed Ullah. Hours following the incident, Department of Homeland Security spokesman Tyler Q. Houlton tweeted, “DHS can confirm that the suspect was admitted to the United States after presenting a passport displaying an F43 family immigrant visa in 2011. The suspect is a Lawful Permanent Resident from Bangladesh who benefited from extended family chain migration.”

Chain migration is a process that allows immigrants to sponsor the migration of extended family members. As you well know, that is the road to perdition and death. A recent report from Fox News found that more than 70 percent of immigrants from 2005 to 2015 came here through chain migration. Now I ask you, since he came here on chain migration should we now initiate chain deportation?

Chain deportation meaning if the family is going to bring someone in this country who commits such an atrocity, we should then deport that entire family. You may believe this is a harsh response, but we’re living in a life-or-death situation so far as I can tell.

In Israel when a person conducted terror, the Israelis went to the West Bank and blew up the family home. Of course, they evacuated the home first, because they are a civil society. It was considered a severe punishment, but it discouraged the next terrorist families’ offspring who thought they could function on their own.

The fact of the matter is that unless this country learns to send a very strong message around the world that if you come here, it's a great privilege, we let you into this beautiful, clean, sacred America, and you have one of your relatives blow it up, we’re throwing you all out. And by the way, you can take the ACLU with you while you're on the way out the door. You can take all the super libs from New York City who cry over you and make a living off of you and they can go back to the third world with you while they work on your court case.

As he acknowledged many times on my radio program The Savage Nation, President Trump said on Monday that this incident highlights the “urgent need” for immigration reform. We must support these initiatives, because if you look at the number of people living on chain migration just from Bangladesh, you will see what happened when Obama took office. In 2005, 8,500 people were brought in under this chain migration just from Bangladesh. In 2006, 9900; 2007, 7,700; in 2008, 7,700. Then along came Obama and he dug his claws in — by 2009 already 12,974 came from Bangladesh. In 2010, 11,000; 2011, 13,000; 2012, 13,000; 2013, 11,000; 2014, 14,000; and 2015, 13,026; and in 2016 he gave us a balloon payment of 18,051 immigrants who came in under chain migration just from Bangladesh alone. This totals to a number of 141,000 that were brought here from Bangladesh on the basis of family ties. That is a population larger than the city of Dayton, Ohio.

It’s time not only to end chain migration, but also to initiate discussions about chain deportation.

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