CAPS — After years of being ignored or dismissed, last night millions of Americans were given a voice when billionaire businessman Donald J. Trump accepted the GOP nomination for President of the United States, directly and clearly calling out the country’s massive immigration failure in all its reality, and promising, “We will be a country of law and order.”
Those who have not had their stories told by mainstream media, or listened to by elected officials and others from corporate offices to academic offices, include the many who have had family members victimized or murdered by illegal aliens. Not listened to for years also have been ranchers and farmers who live on the U.S.-Mexico border and experience first-hand the lawlessness of illegal immigration, members of law enforcement, workers who have lost jobs to foreign workers and concerned citizens, among others.
Stating that government’s most basic duty is to defend its citizens – and alluding to the past eight years of the Obama Administration and his competitor for the White House who has vowed to continue Obama’s policies – Trump said, “Any government that fails to do so is a government unworthy to lead.”
Trump declared, “The crime and violence that today afflicts our nation will soon come to an end” and proceeded to some of the facts that CAPS has addressed: nearly 180,000 illegal aliens with criminal records ordered deported are “roaming free to threaten peaceful citizens,” and more illegal immigrant families have entered the U.S. year-to-date than in all of last year, most being released “into our communities with no regard for the impact on public safety or resources.”
He named several victims of illegal immigration, including parents Sabine Durden, Mary Ann Mendoza and Jamiel Shaw whose children were killed by illegal aliens; 32-year-old Kate Steinle, and 21-year-old Sarah Root, killed the day after graduating college with a 4.0 grade point average.
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