Former President Donald Trump Unveils Massive Deportation Plan

During his keynote speech at the Conservative Political Action Conference (CPAC), Donald Trump rolled out plans for mass deportation should he win the presidency in 2024. 

“Under my leadership, we will use all necessary state, local, federal, and military resources to carry out the largest domestic deportation operation in American history,” Trump said to the CPAC audience on March 4, 2023. “We will pick them up, and we will throw them out of our country, and there will be no questions asked.”

Thus far, under the Biden regime, there has been a major crisis at the southern border, which Trump and other immigration patriots have capitalized on to criticize President Joe Biden for enabling this crisis. 

“The first reconciliation bill I will sign will be for a massive increase in border patrol and a colossal increase in the number of ICE [Immigration and Customs Enforcement] deportation officers,” Trump proclaimed. “Other countries are emptying out their prisons, insane asylums, and mental institutions and sending all of their problems right into their dumping ground.”

“I will ask every state and federal agency to identify every known or suspected gang member in America and every one of them that is here illegally … we will pick them up, and we will throw them out,” Trump continued.

Addressing mass immigration has been one of the key priorities of Trump’s political campaigns. He has been the most vocal Republican official advocating for restricting both illegal and legal immigration. 

Over the last few decades, the Republican Party has been relatively pro-open borders due to the massive Chamber of Commerce influence in the party. However, with the rise of national populism in the US, the party’s political priorities have largely re-aligned. 

It goes without saying that if the GOP is “de-Trumpified”, mass migration will continue unabated. This means that the eradication of the Historic American Nation will only accelerate. Only Trump and politicians to his right on immigration issues are capable of setting things right on immigration matter

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