Former President Trump has unveiled a bold new plan to declare Mexican drug cartels as “unlawful enemy combatants” if elected President.
The plan also aims to close loopholes in the American visa and asylum systems, finish his border wall, and end birthright citizenship.
Under the new plan, Trump could deply the military could be used to deal with the worsening border crisis and tackle Mexican drug cartels.
Meanwhile, the visa system overhaul would reinstate “Remain in Mexico” and prevent asylum seekers from waiting in the United States for their court dates.
Former senior Trump advisor, Stephen Miller, called the new proposal “pure bliss.”
Marjorie Taylor Greene also championed the plan.
The plan will enforce laws ignored by prior presidential administrations, including reviving the McCarran Internal Security Act’s ideological restrictions barring Marxists from obtaining U.S. citizenship.
As The National Pulse notes, the plan lays out the case for using statutory authority under the Alien and Sedition Acts to expedite the deportation of illegal migrants who have criminal records or are gang members.
While Trump served as President, his administration increased scrutiny of H-1B “specialty skill” visa applicants to protect American workers from being replaced with cheaper H-!B immigrant labor.
Trump also signed the ‘Buy American, Hire American’ executive order in 2017, which U.S. immigration officials to conduct more thorough investigations of visa applicants and asylum-seekers.
After the executive order was implemented, challenges to the H-1B requests rose by 45 percent.