The promise of making “America first” is what propelled Donald Trump into the White House, remarkably those two simple words had long ago vanished from those leaders tasked with preserving our nation’s values, and in which the American people had entrusted our nation’s sovereignty.
Moreover, those leaders in Washington no longer considered the American voter and law-abiding citizen their primary concern, but rather an assortment of dysfunctional individuals and illegal aliens, including hordes of un-vetted refugees as the new face of America and more importantly in recreating America’s value structure, in the image of progressive dogma
However, all that changed on November 8th when Donald J. Trump shocked the political establishment and became the 45th President of the United States and declared loud and clear “Make America Great, Again” was his only priority.
This set into motion a clash-of-cultures unprecedented within America’s history, as President Trump began the huge task of reclaiming America’s values by revamping America’s welfare system, which had become a magnet for welfare abuse and fraud, beginning with the longstanding abuse of migrants getting “FREE MONEY” and handouts for an astounding “five years”.
The new Trump welfare doctrine will immediately prohibit migrants from taking advantage of America’s generosity by slowing down or stopping “chain migration” into America. A tactic that migrants use to abuse the welfare system by immediately claiming welfare benefits without any means of self-support thus using our generous welfare system as an ATM machine without contributing anything.
The president announced his upcoming immigration overhaul, stating; “Just this week, we announced a historic immigration bill to create a merit-based Green Card system that ends the abuse of our welfare system, stops chain migration and protects our workers and our economy,”
He continued on his weekly radio address. “As an example, you cannot get welfare for five years when you come into our country.”
The president’s “merit-based” system by which migrants can earn points in acquiring a green card or visa, if they demonstrate a capacity to learn English, job training or doing something to benefit America.
It’s a simple concept of giving something back for America’s generosity, which immigrants of past decades understood without being prompted.
Do you believe President Trump’s welfare reform package ending “FREE MONEY” and handouts to migrants is long overdue?