The right to seek asylum, guaranteed in U.S. law, stems from international agreements following the atrocities of World War II. It reflects our nation’s commitment to protect people in need of refuge, and to prevent the forced return of vulnerable people into harm’s way. Congress designed our asylum laws to ensure that everyone escaping persecution has a chance to seek safe harbor here, regardless of how they must flee danger or enter the country.There is no room for reasonable compromise on immigration.
The Immigration and Nationality Act of 1965 was passed with false promises that it would not change American demographics. As the above signs show, it was passed to appease foreigners and globalists.
The above ACLU statement is just Jewish talking points. Because Hitler persecuted the Jews during WWII, the USA must take in people all over the world who seek American wealth. This is completely foolish, as there are billions of such people.
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