The U.S. Supreme Court ruled last week in favor of the Trump administration’s proposed ban on asylum seekers who are passing through another country on their way here.
The main idea of this ban is to hold the border crossings to a bare minimum — so that officials in the U.S. can vet legitimate asylum claims.
The current system has a burdensome and failed process.
Fox News contributor Sara A. Carter said that throughout her travels to Central America, she saw a great deal in those countries, such as “the drug cartels and the human traffickers” who “use these asylum laws to bring more and more people in.”
But the part that made this writer truly sit up and take notice was her comments about seeing so-called migrants practicing what they were going to say once they were detained at the border.
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Said Carter, “I was in Guatemala and I was in a lot of these different villages, and I was talking to the Guatemalan government and I was there on the ground.”
“There are issues with gangs, there are issues with gangs here, but the majority of people were fleeing economic poverty,” she continued.
“They were coming to the United States and they were told — they were actually rehearsing on their way to the border what they would need to say to get into the United States.”
“That is a huge problem and it is a national security risk.”
“The president did the right thing and so did the Supreme Court in this case.”
Watch the video above courtesy of The Next Revolution.
This piece originally appeared in WayneDupree.com and is used by permission.
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