Obama administration equates illegal immigration with jaywalking

Illegal immigration costs U.S. taxpayers $113 billion per year. - Image courtesy: immigrationstatistics.net

Today CNS News reported that White House Director of Intergovernmental Affairs Cecilia Munoz equated illegal immigration with jaywalking. She went on to say that the administration would only deport violent criminals.

Policies like this prove how dangerous the Obama administration is to America. First and foremost, illegal immigration is a massive drain on the U.S. economy. According to a recent report by Fox News showed that illegal immigration cost American taxpayers a staggering $113 billion per year.

Many of the reasons for this are that the Latino dropout rate is nearly 20-percent. Even worse, the dropout rate among illegal immigrants is more than 52-percent according to a study done by the Pew Research Center. According to Solutions for America, high school dropouts are the most likely demographic to wind up on welfare. The report went on to say that 75-percent of the crimes in America are committed by high school dropouts.

Conservative Americans are not anti immigration, we are pro legal immigration. We believe the border must be secured, the illegals deported, and the immigration process simplified. It is not only a national security matter but it is a fiscal security issue as well.


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