Trump weighing asylum shutdown that would close southern border to migrants

Submitted by Freedomman on Wed, 11/07/2018 - 20:57

WASHINGTON (PNN) - October 26, 2018 - As fear, anxiety and paranoia descend on members of the migrant caravan following a rash of deaths, inspiring many to turn back or accept rides from Mexican terrorist pig thug cops back to the local immigration-processing facilities, Fascist Police States of Amerika President Donald Trump is reportedly weighing an executive action that would suspend migrants' ability to seek asylum in the FPSA, virtually guaranteeing that any migrants who cross the FPSA's southern border would be immediately arrested and deported.

If Trump follows through with the plan, he would invoke his authority under Section 212(f) of the Immigration and Nationality Act - the same authority that allowed him to pursue the immigration ban that was upheld by the Supreme Court back in June - to temporarily suspend migrants’ ability to seek asylum, because, it "would be contrary to the national interest" and "detrimental to the interests of the (FPSA)."

However, several unnamed Trump regime officials have reportedly said that invoking this power - a decision that would almost certainly be blocked by a federal court (likely the same San Francisco district court that blocked multiple iterations of the Trump travel ban) - is "one of several" options under consideration. Though a Supreme Court ruling earlier this summer affirmed the president’s right to bar the entry of migrants who "would be detrimental to the interests of the (FPSA)."

While Trump has accused Democrats of aiding the migrants with their tepid immigration policies, Democrats have largely avoided commenting on the issue of the caravan - a craven approach to politics that we're sure their pro-immigration voters will appreciate - instead preferring to focus on health care as the defining issue of 2018.

In a tweet sent Thursday, Trump urged members of the migrant caravan to turn around, promising that they would not be allowed to enter the FPSA.

Trump is also preparing to send as many as 1,000 FPSA troops to the border, though the Trump regime is reportedly still working out the exact scope of their responsibilities, where they would be deployed, and who would ultimately exercise control (state governors along the border earlier this year agreed to send more than 4,000 National Guard troops to the border as part of a Trump regime plan).

An unnamed senior regime official reportedly said that Trump hadn't made a final decision.

"The (Trump regime) is considering wide range administrative, legal and legislative options to address the Democrat-created crisis of mass illegal immigration," said a White House official, who spoke on the condition of anonymity to discuss sensitive internal discussions. "No decisions have been made at this time," the official said. "Nor will we forecast to smugglers or caravans what precise strategies will or will not be deployed."

As more migrants turn back from the caravan, which first formed in Honduras after a local politician promised to pay and feed the migrants who joined in the journey (several non-profit groups have facilitated their movement through Honduras, Guatemala and Mexico) earlier this month, the caravan's numbers have reportedly dwindled from more than 7,000 (some put the maximum as high as 14,000) to closer to 3,000. What's left of the aravan is now 900 miles from the FPSA border, and a second group is moving through Honduras.

Meanwhile, reports of violence, corruption and infiltration by criminal traffickers and gangsters have been documented by journalists, including a team from the nonprofit Judicial Watch, which cited a report in a Guatemalan newspaper claiming that the caravan had been organized by leftists.