In 2001, earthquakes rocked El Salvador, destroying many homes and businesses. Temporary sanctuary status was granted for up to 200,000 refugees from the Latin American nation through the Temporary Protected Status program, under the US Citizenship and Immigration Service.
However, like many of Obama’s temporary refugee and immigrant programs, temporary was just a ruse used to get more future Democratic voters into the country.
Department of Homeland Security Secretary Kirstjen Nielsen made the TPS decision to end the temporary protection of the 200,000 El Salvadoran refugees. After spending 17 years in the United States learning new skills and getting educated, the refugees have until September 2019 to return to homeland.
(Breitbart) – President Donald Trump’s deputies are ending the often-extended ‘TPS’ temporary refugee status for up to 200,000 El Salvadoran migrants, which was first granted when earthquakes hit their home country in 2001.
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The TPS decision underlines Trump’s determination to enforce the nation’s immigration laws, and to push his “Buy American, Hire American” inauguration-day promise, despite growing pressure from the GOP’s business-first wing, Democrats and their allies in the establishment media.
The decision also pressures Democrats to accept Trump’s immigration reforms — or else run as the pro-amnesty political party in November 2018.
The secretary of the Department of Homeland Security is responsible for deciding whether or not to extend TPS status, based on whether the original disaster is still damaging the country. Secretary Kirstjen Nielsen is Trump’s DHS secretary…
If the Trump administration got rid of all of the so-called temporary refugees and illegal immigrants, it would reduce the national Democratic voter registration roll by millions, which is why Democrats continue to fight so hard to keep as many of them here as possible. It’s also just a matter of time before one liberal judge uses his or her bench to stop the legal action of the Trump administration.