Written by DML
After reading the news out of Orlando this morning, I have come to the conclusion that there is absolutely no benefit of trying to become a legal citizen in the USA. None.
Why would anyone want to come here legally? In fact, I’m not sure what my own citizenship gets me. I know this sounds crazy on my part, as I love this country and would never give up my status, but when measuring the upside versus the downside of citizenship, it’s become so much more advantageous to be here illegally.
Imagine being an illegal alien. What do you lose? Not sure I can list much, but I do know the upsides: No more taxes paid, free healthcare, no need for auto insurance, free school, and the Hollywood community defending your every move. And the fear of being on the run, well, that fear is now eliminated if you live in Orlando, Florida.
In Orlando, a police officer can no longer ask your legal status. Who’s operating that once great city, Mickey Mouse?
The United States has lost it’s mind.
ORLANDO, Fla. (AP) — Municipal workers, including police officers, in one Florida city won’t be able to ask about someone’s immigration status under a new policy.
A coalition of immigration and civil rights groups that advocated for the resolution says Orlando is the first city in the South to adopt such a resolution.
Other U.S. cities that have passed similar measures are Philadelphia, Chicago and Boston.
Before the council meeting, Orlando Mayor Buddy Dyer said he had heard heartbreaking stories about the effects federal government’s immigration policies and he wanted Orlando to send a message of inclusiveness.
FL city is barring police officers & other officials from asking people about their citizenship status pic.twitter.com/p0fF67GNse
— FOX & friends (@foxandfriends) July 24, 2018