The entire Trump administration is frustrated with Democrats’ inabiilty to work with President Donald Trump on border security — especially Press Secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders.
In fact, Sanders issued a scathing rebuke to a party that refuses to put Americans first last week, saying: “It’s a sad day in America when Mexican government is doing more to protect the American people than Senate Democrats.”
What About the People?
It seems the bulk of those elected to office have forgotten why they are actually in office.
They are called representatives for a reason; elected officials are supposed to support the will of the people.
Indeed, they are supposed to represent the voters that put them into office.
And above all else, they are supposed to put the welfare of American citizens first.
But that clearly is not happening right now.
While the president has been adamant that he wants to put America first, Democrats are continuing to put the welfare of individuals breaking the law to enter this country ahead of American citizens.
By definition, illegal immigrants are criminals. There is simply no other way to look at it.
Furthermore, they are criminals that should not even be in this country — but still, they are the priority of the Democratic Party.
Must Be Stopped
It has gotten so bad that Mexico is currently doing more to stop illegal immigrant into our country than our own government.
To this point, Sanders stated: “One thing that I think has been missed and didn’t get a lot of coverage yesterday was what we have worked out, what this administration has been able to do in conjunction with the Mexican government and the massive and monumental moment that took place yesterday where catch-and-release has ended.”
Shockingly, sanctuary cities and states in our own country are still practicing catch-and-release with undocumented immigrants.
In a few notable cases, some of those released have gone on to commit horrific crimes against American citizens, including rape and murder.
Hopefully, Democrats will soon stop voting “no” on legislation simply because it was presented by Republicans, and actually consider the ramifications their actions have on those who voted them into office.