Written by DML
Each day I get a generous amount of email sent to my inbox from readers of DMLNewsApp.com and TeamDML.com. Most of these emails come from loyal supporters, and viewers of my Walk & Talk videos on Facebook. They’ve also seen my documentaries, so they know what I stand for when it comes to making life better in the US. They know I am unafraid and determined to enforce immigration laws, create affordable healthcare programs, fix homelessness, lift wages for the middle class, etc.
With the borders a total mess, Trump’s new immigration plan has more than a few conservatives scratching their heads. Although Democrats are much to blame for the open border (they will not work with Trump to change the existing asylum laws), the Trump administration’s latest plan to keep legal immigration at 1.1 million people per year is questionable at best.
As reported by Fox News, currently, only about 12 percent of immigrants are admitted based on employment and skills, while 66 percent are admitted based on family connections inside the U.S. Administration officials estimate that those numbers would flip to 57 and 33 percent, respectively, under the Trump plan.
The average yearly wage of legal immigrants is approximately $43,000. Administration officials confirmed that immigrants admitted based on education and skills would have an average income of $126,000, and they would expect the average yearly wage of all immigrants to rise to roughly $96,000.
The effort placed by Trump, Kushner, and the White House staff to push a plan that lifts the average salary of an immigrant into the $100K range sickens me. Why isn’t that sort of emphasis put on American workers? The average salary in the US sucks. According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS), the median wage for workers in the United States in the first quarter of 2019 was $905 per week or $47,060 per year for a 40-hour workweek. The fact that this administration is focused on immigrant wages instead of middle class workers sends a clear message that the GOP is not serious about fixing the immigration issue.
All immigration experts agree, the US must limit the amount of people coming into the country legally, and stop allowing businesses to hire illegal labor. I agree with these practices.
My tough stance on immigration is not fueled by hate or bigotry, but rather a clear understanding about how money and processes work. We just do not have the funds or human resources to handle so many people. Therefore, I want immigration to come to a major slow down.
The DML immigration plan is best described with a visual. Imagine a slow, BARELY noticeable drip coming from your faucet. Right now we have a tsunami coming through the sink. This stance of mine is one of the great reasons why my readers and supporters want me to get off the sidelines and into the race. But there is a problem…
I have been fighting for Trump for years, and I have really turned on the jets for the past 60-days because we cannot afford a Bernie Sanders or Joe Biden presidency. Thus, I have no plans to stop fighting now with such an important election coming. That said, I am fully prepared to run in 2024 if I see no other person willing to cut off the jobs to illegal aliens, limit immigration, and virtually cut off most of our refugee program for a period of 4 years. I want massive deportations to begin tomorrow, and employers who do not comply with our labor laws are going to be fined heavily, and ultimately jailed if they continue to defy the rules.
I also know how critical it is that we rid of Obamacare and replace it with a smart healthcare system that works on the foundation of prevention, instead of treatment.
There are so many problems that need to be fixed in the US, and my list of solutions and to-do items mostly feed off existing law. Therefore, I do not require Congress to help in every fix. For example, it is already illegal to hire illegal aliens, but nobody enforces those laws. The president, whoever he or she is, must work with local sheriffs and immigration officials to crack down on the illegal behaviors of businesses that ignore our laws. I would do this sort of thing EVERY DAY.
My greatest supporters have urged me to get into the race in 2020 versus 2024, which I will not do unless Trump was to resign or be removed from office. Odds of those two things happening appear to be slim at best. That said, I call for all conservatives to champion for Trump to win big in 2020, and give him a House and Senate who will help make America great again.
If I am wrong, and if Trump doesn’t run in 2020 for some reason, then my hat will go into that ring immediately.
SENT IN FROM RYAN IN CALIFORNIA
You gotta get on that debate stage just to push Trump in the right direction. I think you should try to primary him just so you don’t risk taking votes in the general.