Pat Buchanan writes that the issue of who we allow into “our home” is “the issue of the 21st century and certainly has become the issue of 2016.”
Pat tells readers that illegals are not just America’s #1 problem, but Europe’s as well. “Refugees, asylum seekers and illegal immigrants are not going to stop coming to Europe. For they are being driven across the Med by wars in Libya, Syria, Iraq, Afghanistan and Yemen, by the horrific conditions in Eritrea, Ethiopia, Somalia and Sudan, by the Islamist terrorism of the Mideast and the abject poverty of the sub-Sahara.”
Pat continues that Donald Trump’s “six-page policy paper [inset below], to secure America’s border and send back aliens here illegally, released by Trump last weekend, is the toughest, most comprehensive, stunning immigration proposal of the election cycle.”
The political elite in Washington, including leadership of both the RNC and DNC, are rightfully terrified of Donald Trump. They brand Trump an extremist and want him out of the 2016 presidential sweepstakes. Well, as Pat Buchanan warns readers, “the world is invading the West” and Germany alone “is on schedule to take in 500,000 this year. Yet Germany is smaller than Montana.”
Looking at the polling numbers, it is clear that the American people are fed up with the political elite of both parties. On the Democratic side, Hillary Clinton’s popularity, such as it was, is disappearing at an alarming rate. And on the Republican side it is all Donald Trump, with competitors losing ground rapidly.
Does Donald Trump have the staying power to really make a serious run for the presidency? Well, on the issue of immigration reform that Pat Buchanan labels “the issue of 2016” as well as “ the issue of the 21st century,” Mr. Trump is the only candidate, at this point in the race, who has even come close to answering the demands of America’s fed up voters. No one else is really in the race.
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