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Matthew Kolken on Deportation And Removal

On Immigration Jill Stein Fears Hillary Clinton as Much as Donald Trump

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Via Democracy Now:

"Trump says very scary things—deporting immigrants, massive militarism, you know, ignoring the climate. Hillary, unfortunately, has a track record for doing all of those things," Stein says. "Hillary has supported the deportations of immigrants, opposed the refugees—women and children coming from Honduras, whose refugee crisis she was very much responsible for by giving a thumbs-up to this corporate coup in Honduras that has created the violence from which those refugees are fleeing." Stein goes on to say, "We see these draconian things that Donald Trump is talking about, we actually see Hillary Clinton doing."

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  1. ImmigrationLawBlogs's Avatar
    In 2000, almost 3 per cent of the voters thought there was no difference between George W. Bush and Al Gore, and America wound up with the Iraq War, Guantanamo, torture and a move toward authoririanism where Bush claimed to be a Decider in Chief and Republicans talked about creating a "permanent Republican majority", i.e. one party rule, something that runs counter to everything that America stands for.

    Donald Trump would be infinitely more dangerous for democracy, and his unstable, vindictive, thin-skinned, hate-filled finger on the nuclear trigger could lead to the extinction of the human race.

    With regard to immigration policy, Hillary's support for deporting Central American children was shameful and is a black mark on her record. But how can this possibly compare with Trump's open anti-immigrant racism, his proposal to engage in mass deportation ethnic cleansing on a scale that Stalin, Mao Zedong, and Pol Pot wold have understood but is the antithesis of America, to build a Berlin Wall (or, for those of us who know a little about Holocaust history, a Warsaw Ghetto type Wall), and to ban an entire world religion from our shores, while destroying the independence of the judiciary with racist attacks on a federal judge?

    Trump is not only the enemy of immigration, but the enemy of democracy. Even many Republican leaders now realize this and are beginning to take Trump seriously.

    This is all the more urgent because failing to take Trump seriously played a large role in handing him the Republican nomination and a shot at the presidency in the first place.

    It is time for Matt and Jill Stein to take Trump seriously instead of burying their heads in the sand and pretending that there is no difference between him and Hillary.

    I would also respectfully remind Matt that we also have something in this country known as a legal immigration system. It is just as important to preserve legal immigration as it is to protect millions of innocent unauthorized immigrants from deportation, as Matt strongly and eloquently argues in favor of protecting them from day after day.

    Trump has pledged to abolish the heart of our employment-based legal immigration system, namely H-1B visas and labor certification green cards, while mocking the Asian accents of people who make up such a large percentage of our most highly skilled and educated legal immigrants.

    Show me when Hillary has advocated destroying such a vital and important part of our entire immigration system, Matt, and then maybe i will consider making a pointless gesture by throwing my vote away on Jill Stein.

    Roger Algase
    Attorney at Law


    Updated 06-09-2016 at 06:01 PM by ImmigrationLawBlogs
  2. Nolan Rappaport's Avatar
    Great, another candidate calling for solutions that aren't possible. Doesn't she know that we already have Bernie doing that? And he is doing a much better job than she is. He makes lots of proposals that have no chance of being implemented, not just a few.
  3. ImmigrationLawBlogs's Avatar
    David Duke, the former Ku Klux Klan leader whose support Donald Trump took so long to disavow, has shared his own take with the rest of the world on the reasons why Trump is facing such heavy criticism from inside and outside his own party for his racial attacks on Judge Gonzalo Curiel.

    According to Duke, criticism of Trump is all the fault of the Jews. who, according to Duke, are the "dominant and dangerous power that exists in the United States."

    http://www.politico.com/story/2016/0...p-judge-224121

    Once the genie of hate and prejudice is let out of the bottle, as Trump did with his attacks on Mexican and Muslim immigrants, there is no telling who will be the next target. Let David Duke's unspeakably vile attacks against Jews be a lesson to those who stood silent, or even applauded, when Donald Trump, whom Duke admires so much, began his tirades against Mexicans and Muslims.

    We cannot allow hate against any group or groups of people on the grounds of race or religion to thrive, before the rights of the rest of us, no matter what our background, ethnicity or religious belief may be, will also come under attack.

    Roger Algase
    Attorney at Law
    Updated 06-09-2016 at 06:51 PM by ImmigrationLawBlogs
  4. MKolken's Avatar
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