New Ambassador From Mexico Wants to Help Mexicans Avoid Deportation After Committing Crimes

When Mexico heard that Donald Trump wanted to build a wall along the southern border to discourage illegal immigration, Mexican politicians were outraged.

Mexico’s Secretary of Foreign Affairs, Claudia Ruiz-Massieu, called such a proposal,

“A wall of  racism, and fear, exclusion, and extremism.” 

Let’s ignore, for the moment, that Mexico has a southern border wall of their own for the exact purpose of keeping illegal immigrants from South America out of their country.

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Mexico’s new Ambassador to the United States, Carlos Manuel Sada Solana, has stated that Mexico’s top priority, after making it clear that it approves of illegal immigration into America, is to ensure that Mexican citizens, who commit crimes in the United States, stay in the United States.

In other words, Mexico is encouraging its citizens to violate American immigration laws, and sneak into the United States. It will also be helping to ensure that Mexican citizens not be deported back to Mexico, even when they commit crimes.

At a news conference in Mexico City, Solana suggested that Mexicans living in America are still at risk of being sent back to his country if they break American laws.

Someone, in spite of being a legal resident, if they commit a crime tomorrow, they could be deported,” he said. “It’s not that way for someone who has citizenship.”

It might seem bizarre to a nation that suggests the enforcement of immigration laws is somehow being racist and hateful, but one suggestion would be to encourage your citizens to follow the laws of the country that they live in rather than protecting them after they commit crimes.

Solana said that, to insure that Mexican criminals stay in America, his government was going to work hard at making its citizens living in America into American citizens.

Considering who is occupying the Oval Office at the moment, Mexico shouldn’t have to work that hard at preventing deportations.

H/T CNS News

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