Trump may not have to enact mass deportation if he wins, predicts fmr Obama ambassador

Mass deportation may be a moot objective should former President Donald Trump return to the White House if one former ambassador’s prediction holds true.

“These people aren’t just going to sit there…”

The extent of President Joe Biden’s border crisis has seen even leftist havens that once threw out welcome mats and waited with open arms for illegal aliens to flock to their “sanctuary cities,” crying uncle over a mere fraction of the millions of foreign nationals that have entered the country.

Now, as the resident-in-chief attempted to save face and votes with a toothless executive order meant to try and make Republicans look bad instead of actually closing the border, former President Barack Obama’s second U.S. Ambassador to Canada, Bruce Heyman, set to fear-mongering for those in the Great White North over their own looming border crisis if the GOP leader were to be elected in November.

“These people aren’t just going to sit there and wait to be rounded up,” Heyman told the press at a recent national security conference in Ottawa.

According to Postmedia’s national politics columnist Tasha Kheiriddin, the suggestion that aliens would abandon their American dream of hotel accommodations, three square meals a day, spending money and a blasé attitude toward the rule of law, all at the taxpayer’s expense, out of concern of getting shipped back to their home country, was one of three “very real dangers” of a second Trump term.

“Canada is already facing a housing crisis and tightening our own rules on student visas and temporary workers. We are in no position to accommodate a mass influx of migrants, so the question hangs in the air: what would we do? Over to you, [Prime Minister] Justin Trudeau, because unless you quit or call an early election, you’re still going to be in the hot seat,” wrote Kheiriddin after suggesting, “…like a tsunami on the horizon, unless we get ready for them, they could swamp us in more ways than one.”

While the columnist noted that the president had made a similar promise prior to his 2016 election, it was suggested, “he will be more effective” a second time around, “leveraging sympathetic officials at the Department of Homeland Security, the justice system and the military.”

Doomsaying meant to close the enthusiasm gap amid Biden’s anemic approval ratings also included callouts to the pro-baby murder crowd that would tax the “already strained” socialist healthcare system in Canada, as it was suggested American women would travel there for abortions and tariff imposition that, all told, combined to make the argument that Canada’s national sovereignty took precedent over America’s.

On the illegal alien crisis specifically, the American Civil Liberties Union had already threatened legal challenges against Trump should a second term unfold with the promised deportations dubbed as an “attack” on “human rights at the border.”

Kevin Haggerty


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