Big Crack Down on Illegal Immigration
By: Bill O'ReillyJanuary 25, 2017
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Fulfilling a campaign promise, President Trump has ordered the immediate construction of a wall on the southern border.

And not only that:

Donald Trump at the Department of Homeland Security today:

TRUMP: "Our order also does the following: ends the policy of catch and release at the border, requires other countries to take back their criminals, they will take them back, cracks down on sanctuary cities, empowers ICE officers to target and remove those who pose a threat to public safety."

Mr. Trump signing two executive orders which send a signal that illegal immigration is going to be dealt with in a very aggressive way.

To explain further, catch-and-release is a policy re-instituted by President Obama where those sneaking across the southern border could ask for asylum and almost immediately be set free, sometimes with a bus ticket to an address in the USA.

Few of those released ever returned for their court hearings.

That policy was a scandal; now it is finished.

Secondly, the sanctuary cities have openly defied federal law for decades.

Now, federal funds may be denied to those places.

So on day three of President Trump's first week in office, he has sent shock waves through the liberal communities.

Also, Mr. Trump is calling for a federal investigation into voter fraud where he alleges that millions of illegal aliens are voting.

That's a good thing.  We should know if fraud on election is real or not.

Also, the president has informed the city of Chicago that if the murder epidemic there does not stop, federal authorities will intervene.

That intrusion is likely to happen as Illinois Governor Bruce Rauner and Chicago Mayor Rahm Emanuel will not stop the brutal gang killings, which have taken thousands of innocent lives.

How that situation has been allowed to go on for years is another scandal and perhaps the most vivid illustration of racism Talking Points has ever scene.

So President Trump is acting quickly, and according to a Rasmussen daily presidential tracking poll, Americans are taking notice.

Today that poll has 57% of likely U.S. voters, approving of Donald Trump's job performance, 43% disapproving.

It remains to be seen, however, whether a border wall will be effective, whether sanctuary cities will finally obey the law, and whether ending the catch-and-release program will slow down illegal border crossings.

But at this point strong federal action is being taken.

No question about it.

And that's the memo.

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