Monday, March 25, 2019
the Immigration Crisis
Illegal immigration, and the societal changes it will bring with it, is more than an economic issue, a public health issue, a law enforcement issue, or even a national security problem; it is an existential threat to the survival of the United States as a constitutional republic. The question is frustratingly repeated how Congress can continue to ignore this obvious assault on our national sovereignty and the fact that a majority of Americans favor the wall as the best means to secure our national security. In my opinion, Congress will continue to ignore the immigration crises as long as the majority of its members choose to believe that President Trump is a greater existential threat to their existence and grip on power than are the immigrants to the nation's security and continued existence.
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