Thousands of migrants materialized on the U.S. border weeks ahead of when the fake news media claimed they would.
They expected to pour into America.
But what happened next will shock you.
The Trump administration put into place a new policy forcing migrants to remain in Mexico unless they can establish a credible fear of persecution in Mexico.
The Washington Post reports:
Central Americans who arrive at U.S. border crossings seeking asylum in the United States will have to wait in Mexico while their claims are processed under sweeping new measures the Trump administration is preparing to implement, according to internal planning documents and three Department of Homeland Security officials familiar with the initiative.
According to DHS memos obtained by The Washington Post on Wednesday, Central American asylum seekers who cannot establish a “reasonable fear” of persecution in Mexico will not be allowed to enter the United States and would be turned around at the border.
The plan, called “Remain in Mexico,” amounts to a major break with current screening procedures, which generally allow those who establish a fear of return to their home countries to avoid immediate deportation and remain in the United States until they can get a hearing with an immigration judge. Trump despises this system, which he calls “catch and release,” and has vowed to end it.
This ends “catch and release.”
Previously, if migrants passed the credible fear interview, they were given a court date for an asylum hearing and set loose into America.
At least 25 percent of illegal aliens do not show for their court date.
That lets hundreds of thousands of illegal aliens to invade America every year.
Those days are over.
The American people elected Donald Trump to crack down on illegal immigration.
And while liberal judges may issue lawless rulings to stop him, Trump continues to press forward on the job the American people tasked him with.
We will keep you up-to-date on any new developments in this ongoing story.