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Biden to allow migrant gang members US residency

Biden to allow migrant gang members US residency
 
One of the worst aspects of illegal immigration is the violent foreign gangs that come in, like MS13, whose trademark method of killing people is hacking them to death with machetes. Now, the Biden regime wants to make immigration safe for illegal alien criminal gang members.
 
President Trump had added questions to the government forms on requesting permanent residency (green cards) to weed out gang members.  Now the Biden regime is planning to delete those questions so that gang members will be able to get green cards and ultimately become citizens.
 
 
We should remember that the violent MS13 is already established here in eastern North Carolina.  A shoot out at an MS13 stash house in Rocky Mount earlier this year resulted in the death of a black American citizen..  MS13 is composed of young men from El Salvador, one of the groups that is now besieging the American southern border and who the Biden regime is freely letting into the US.
 
The Biden regime is also not deporting illegal aliens who commit major crimes in the US.

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