Although Donald Trump has not officially taken over the White House just yet, illegals already fear him.
Unlike Obama, who turned a blind eye to the immigration crisis, illegals can already tell Donald Trump means business, especially when it comes to securing America’s border.
It’s well known Trump has pledged to build a wall and make Mexico pay for it.
And throughout his campaign, Trump boldly addressed the massive illegal immigration crisis destroying America’s streets, and pledged within his first 100 days as president to deport the massive number of criminal illegal aliens.
Trump’s Cabinet picks continue to show his steadfast commitment to fulfill his campaign pledge.
And if there was any doubt Trump was serious about stopping illegal immigration, selecting Jeff Sessions to be Attorney General shows Donald Trump is taking the pledge to secure the border seriously.
Sessions is known to be a fierce and outspoken voice regarding illegal immigration.
And illegals are so terrified of Trump’s immigration plan, some are choosing to move back to Mexico — for good.
However, according to Breitbart, even many of the Mexican nationals who live in America, and regularly travel back and forth from the U.S. to Mexico, have stated they won’t be coming back to America.
According to De La Garza, at least 50 percent of the Paisanos who have crossed through the three international bridges in Matamoros have reported to authorities that they will not be returning to the U.S. and plan on seeking jobs in Mexico…
“We still do not know the impact that the arrival of the new U.S. administration will have in regards to the number of deportations, but we do have to be prepared in order to handle such events in an orderly fashion,” De La Garza said to Breitbart Texas.
Under Obama’s rule, illegals entered America at a record level.
And as American Patriot Daily previously reported, because of Obama’s crippling immigration policies, it’s been nearly impossible to provide proper border security due to lack of staffing.
And those Border Patrol agents who do their job to secure the border are often attacked by violent illegals desperate to enter America.
In fact, MRCTV reports assaults against Border Patrol agents are up over 23 percent from last year, and FY2016 has been deemed the most dangerous year for border agents since 2012.
But with Trump set to take office in less than a week, all of that may change.
When the National Border Patrol Council endorsed Trump for president, they issued the following statement on their website:
“Mr. Trump is correct when he says immigration wouldn’t be at the forefront of this presidential campaign if months ago he hadn’t made some bold and necessary statements. And when the withering media storm ensued he did not back down one iota. That tells you the measure of a man. When the so-called experts said he was too brash and outspoken, and that he would fade away, they were proven wrong. We are confident they will be proven wrong again in November when he becomes President of the United States.”
Trump’s pledge to secure the border has won him the favor of the American people.
But in addition to Trump’s supporters, it appears even the illegals know Trump is the real deal, and many are headed back to Mexico in order to avoid living in America under a Trump administration.
Do you think illegals will fear Trump enough to give it up and move back to Mexico? How serious do you think Trump is about securing America’s border?
Tell us your thoughts in the comments below.