Canada has an illegal immigration crisis on our souther border since Justin Trudeau welcomed the world back in January with his tweet sent in reaction to President Trump’s temporary travel ban.
Due to a loophole in the Safe Third Country Agreement between Canada and the U.S., migrants from Somalia, Eritrea, and now Haiti are crossing into Ontario, Quebec and even BC and Manitoba, while Trudeau and his globalist open border Liberals do nothing.
In the first seven months of 2017, Canadian Border Services and Immigration Refugees, and Citizenship Canada have processed 27,440 asylum seekers.
Among this group, there are undoubtedly some legitimate asylum seekers fleeing persecution but for those who fear Donald Trump and worry that the U.S. government will enforce their laws and reject their applications, this is not a legitimate reason to come to Canada.
But now comes news that with the backlog of 27K plus asylum seekers from this year alone, combined with Trudeau’s Syrian refugee election promise, Canada now has a backlog and a processing time of 16 months, not 60 days.
Add to that reckless sanctuary city policies in major cities like Toronto, Montreal and Vancouver, and we have a huge problem.
Watch as I explain how Canadian sanctuary city policies may give every asylum seeker and migrant waiting those 16 months, amnesty by default.
After all, why would they risk giving up their benefits and life in a sanctuary city where they face little chance of deportation to show up for an asylum claim they may lose?
Illegal immigration has changed the U.S. and Canada in the era of Trump and Trudeau may find ourselves thrust into systemic cultural and economic change similar to what we’ve seen there, particularly in states like California where the poverty rate has grown astronomically.
Will Canada wait decades before acting like the U.S., or will we act soon, secure our borders and close the loophole, all while accepting reasonable numbers of legitimate, vetted refugees?