The Truth Behind Trump’s 180 on Immigration

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Trump is back-peddling once again; this time it’s about deporting nearly 12 million undocumented workers. I predicted this last November. Trump’s ‘people’ are saying that “those who aren’t serious or violent criminals could stay in the US legally, hold a job and pay taxes, without having to worry about being deported,” a senior administration official told reporters Tuesday.

“It has to be a negotiation,” the official said, arguing that the bill theoretically could make people on both the “far right” and “far left” happy.

“It could be good for everyone,” the senior administration official said. “People are exhausted” from debating the topic.

There would be no path to citizenship, with the possible exception of “Dreamers;” children who were brought into the nation illegally.

Now, would you like to hear the truth about Trump’s “change of heart?” Here are the same reasons I relayed to voters after the illegitimate election.

Many businesses would suffer without men and women who are now employed by them. They have been trained, and have experience. Losing them suddenly would result in a disruption of their process, and money would be lost.

White, non-Hispanic families are reproducing at a far lesser rate than African Americans and Hispanics. We need young men and women for jobs older Americans are unable to perform.

Most importantly, the idea of finding and deporting 11-12 million men, women, and children is ridiculous, and the cost is prohibitive.

Trump can lie to the American people and his supporters as often as he chooses, but the facts are undeniable.

Many of Trump’s circle of sinners likely employ thousands of illegal immigrants, and I’m certain they played a major role in his 180 degree decision.

In reality, Trump will eventually be forced to introduce many of the policies of Bernie Sanders and Hillary Clinton. As long as a shred of democracy remains in America, the right thing will usually be the end result.

Op-Ed

By James Turnage

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