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Mexico pushes back after top U.S. court favors Trump on shunning migrants

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The Mexican government protested and Central American migrants feared deportation back to their violent homelands on Thursday after the U.S. Supreme Court allowed President Donald Trump to slam the door on asylum-seekers at the U.S.-Mexican border.

Well the Mexican government doesn’t have a say in US politics. They always tell us to mind our business, that feeling goes both ways. Mexico absolutely doesn’t want to deal with the migrant issue overrunning their borders, I understand it’s overwhelming and we feel exactly the same way.

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Nothing "restrictive" here. President Trump is merely enforcing the "First Safe Country" asylum rule that is already part of our immigration laws.

I called this one when this topic was put up at this site: That the Supreme Court would strike down Tigar's injunction. What is surprising is how fast they moved and ruled (7-2) on the case. the SC is finally starting to do its job by upholding U.S. law.

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In some ways the US is a 'safe country', in many others it's not. How many innocent people were shot down yesterday? How many millions of high powered weapons are owned by the public, many with mental problems? (Just ask the US right wingers) How many with mental problems still own bump stocks - even though Trump wanted them banned. I'm sure Texans find using bump stocks easier than using a lariat when roping their goats, but they still should follow their president's orders to help make the US safer

Uhhh...how does that relate to Mexico thinking it has the right to dictate to us who we should let into our country when they absolutely wouldn’t tolerate or deal with illegal immigrants? I know keeping the borders open is a huge cash cow for the Mexican government via repatriations, guess the Mexican leaders need to work harder at weeding out corruption and trying to make the country more legitimate and give their people real opportunities of work, wages and prosperity. The Mexican government would actually have to deal with this problem instead of deflecting the problem onto the US.

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Leftists parrot what their intellectual superiors within the DNC and the MSM spoon feed them and yammer on and on about how violent this country is, but they never can seem to answer one simple question: if America is as bad as they "think" it is, why do millions of illegal invaders want to cut to the head of the line and try to get in here?

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Texas A&M AggieToday  10:14 am JST

...if America is as bad as they "think" it is, why do millions of illegal invaders want to cut to the head of the line and try to get in here?

I honestly can't figure it out. I'd sooner take my chances in Central or South America.

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Rightists parrot what their intellectual superiors within the RNC and their MSM spoon feed them and yammer on and on about how broken this country is, but they never can seem to answer one simple question: if America is as broken as they "think" it is, why is it so prosperous with a richer economy than any other country in the world?

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This is a temporary action by SCOTUS. Other lawsuits are working their way through the courts. We all get to see the results.

The real beef that Mexico has with the US is all the weapons finding their way from the US into Mexico.

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@texagYes, yes, lower the level of discussion by disparaging another poster based on where that poster resides.

Where you reside is part of it, but you've both crowed you own bump stocks. Turning them in would make America safer. Use your lariat to goat rope.

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Well the Mexican government doesn’t have a say in US politics.

But they're going to pay for the wall, right?

I mean, your man promised it, right? Unless he was lying.

Again.

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We don't have a Supreme Court anymore. We have five Republican political operatives posing as justices who are willing to twist themselves up like pretzels in order to give the GOP what it wants, even if that means doing a complete 180 and ruling in a way that's contrary to their previous decisions.

Meanwhile, the Trump Crime Family is ignoring subpoenas and court orders, stealing money from taxpayers to pay for fake National Emergencies (the wall), selling US intelligence for profit (Saudi Arabia), all while relying on a rigged right wing Supreme Court to make it "legal."

People don't realize how close we are to losing our democracy altogether to these fascist goons.

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Leftists parrot what their intellectual superiors within the DNC and the MSM spoon feed them and yammer on and on about how violent this country is, but they never can seem to answer one simple question: if America is as bad as they "think" it is, why do millions of illegal invaders want to cut to the head of the line and try to get in here?

Don't you wish ALL immigrants would go BACK to their home countries and make those places better instead of sucking off the US?

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