President Donald Trump is The Wall. That’s what new reports on illegal immigration suggest.
Illegal aliens in the United States are pouring over the border into Canada over fear of Trump’s crackdown on illegal immigration. More than 400 illegals crossed the border just last Sunday. And more come every day, 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.
Hundreds of illegal immigrants from Syria, Haiti, Congo, and other third-world nations are crossing the border each day from the U.S. into Canada, where they believe the nation’s quasi-socialistic policies will offer them free housing and public assistance.
“In Trump’s country, they want to put us back to our country,” Lena Gunja, a 10-year-old from Congo, told the AP. “We don’t want that to happen to us. We want a good life for us.” Lena, who had been living in Maine, was traveling with her mother, father and younger sister.
Jean Rigaud Liberal, a 38-year-old from Haiti, agreed. “Canada will be better than America,” said Liberal, who lived for seven months in Florida. “We are not comfortable in America. We are seeking a better life. We don’t want to go back to Haiti.”
Inancieu Merilien, who’s also from Haiti, said he feels welcome in Canada. “They welcomed us very well,” Merilien told the Associated Press. “They’re going to give us housing in apartments.”
It’s unclear how much of a strain the barrage of poor, low-skilled illegal aliens will affect Canada’s economy and society. But it will. Just look at how Europe is buckling under the pressure of its unprecedented Muslim refugee crisis.
Canada’s pro-Islam president, Justin Trudeau, has already has offered to take in scores of Muslim refugees from Syria and other Middle Eastern nations, and the migrants are more than to happy to oblige.
The asylum seekers are given free housing and public assistance while their asylum applications are being processed.
Meanwhile, U.S. Border Patrol agents said if illegals want to go to Canada, that’s fine with them. “Our mission isn’t to prevent people from leaving,” said one agent.
Twitter reacted by saying good riddance to illegal aliens. It would also be nice if all the celebrities who vowed to move to Canada would also leave.
.@AP good, let them be Canada’s problem.
— Dakota W. Bradley (@DwbMagnifico) August 9, 2017
Absolutely….let them mooch off of Canada for once.
— jenn #Covfefe (@jenniferdraiss) August 9, 2017
US criminals seeking asylum in Canada? And Canada is welcoming them with open arms? Is there a down side to this (for Americans)?
— The_Kat™ (@The_Kat_Roars) August 10, 2017
Many Canadians were furious that their generosity and hospitality could be taken advantage of.
Yup and our wonderful PM is letting them all in and having our military build tent cities for them
— Dave Strome (@THEstrome1) August 10, 2017
They’re putting them up in hotels big name hotels and of course the Olympic Stadium in Montreal
— Gurinderjit S Pannu (@gpannu66) August 10, 2017
Others mocked the AP for its use of propaganda language to tone down the fact that the aliens are ILLEGAL.
You forgot to mention they are “ILLEGAL immigrants. Good propagandists.
— Not Sure (@mr233) August 9, 2017
Another joked that it may be time for the U.S. to build a northern wall.
Trump is gonna build a wall and make Canada pay for it
— Uncle Lanky Frank (@UncleLankyFrank) August 10, 2017
Check out Canada’s boy-PM Justin Trudeau, who stammered while discussing North Korea, which can now hit his country with an intercontinental ballistic missile. Naturally, it will be up to the United States to protect Canada.
Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau on… umm.
— Stefan Molyneux (@StefanMolyneux) August 10, 2017
Here’s how President Trump responded to madman Kim Jong-Un‘s nuclear threats:
Media keeps reporting Trump’s “fire and fury” remark was improvised, but his stilted threat was obviously rehearsed.pic.twitter.com/1zydaKfeph
— Dave Id (@DaveId) August 10, 2017
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