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Mexicans Turn Against Caravan, Claim “TRUMP WAS RIGHT!”

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As the nation continues to react to the everyday circus deep in the Washington Swamp, some unusual suspects are beginning to warm on the President himself.

Donald Trump ran for the Oval Office with an incredibly staunch belief that our nation needed to build a “big, beautiful” wall between the US and Mexico in order to redirect illegal immigrants into the asylum and naturalization processes.

This was considered racist by his political enemies, and used to bait groups like Antifa into radicalizing against the phony threat of hate.

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Now, however, the President is getting some form of vindication on immigration from an unlikely source:  Mexico.

In Mexico, they are telling the Hondurans to “go home”.  In America, we are saying “come home”, but do so the right way.  Go through the safer, more refined process.  Come, be a part of this fantastic nation, but love the country enough to pay taxes and become part of America.

Our system works, we know this from the stories told by the sons and daughters of immigrants our nation over.  Now it is up to us to compel the tired, sick, hungry, and poor to use that system.

 

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