While there is no denying that the Trump presidency is off to some incredible start at this juncture in time, there are still several, hefty, outstanding promises to be kept.
I’m not doubting that Trump will get them done. I’m just simply pointing out that the man has a lot of ambition.
Of these outstanding debts in his “contact with America” is a wall on the southern border, separating the United States from Mexico. The reason for this wall is not to curb the flow of U.S. citizen-hopefuls, coronas, or Tres Generations Anejo, (one of the nectars of the Gods). No, the wall is to keep out the drug cartels’ hitmen, kidnappers, and product.
For some reason, this sounded like a terrible idea to the liberal left, who have clung to this particular fight in their attempts to paint the President as some sort of racist.
While the media and their surrogates in Hollywood try to nudge the narrative to the left, Attorney General Jeff Sessions is certainly trying to set the record straight.
Attorney General Jeff Sessions is skillfully and successfully implementing President Donald Trump’s immigration policies, says the pro-migration, elite-left Vox website.
The site’s immigration writer, Dara Lind, described Sessions as “the seasoned vet in a clubhouse full of rookies,” who:
…understands the immigration system exceedingly well and is devoted to wreaking as much change in it as possible. Every Trump administration initiative on immigration, to the extent that it’s had teeth at all, has been given those teeth by Sessions and the DOJ.
Amid Washington uproar, Sessions is forcefully reforming the Department of Justice’s myriad agencies, rules, and staff rosters to reverse decades of pro-migration preferences, Vox recognizes:
Sessions has generally kept his attention on doing his job — even at the cost of his relationship with the president. He’s pulled every available lever to redirect the considerable resources of the Department of Justice (DOJ) to fight the crimes he considers most serious: violent crimes, drug crime, and, most notably, violations of immigration law.
This will be good news for Trump voters headed to the midterm polls in a few months. The more success the republicans can have with immigration now, the better. Given the unprecedented number of unprecedented incidents that we experience during the 2016 election, imagine what two years’ worth of fallout is going to bring us.