Kevin Fobbs
How a Trump/Eisenhower mass illegals evacuation plan solves America's crisis
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By Kevin Fobbs
November 18, 2015

Donald Trump who had been sliced, diced and trampled upon by some republican presidential candidates like Jeb Bush and John Kasich may have found a tried and true solution to removing 11 million plus illegals; thanks to leadership of President Dwight D. Eisenhower. Trump says, how about bringing the rule of law back to America. The nation from being swallowed whole by millions of illegal immigrants that deliberately intend to let their lawlessness be the acceptable standard which governs the nation's borders.

Recently at the last GOP debate in Milwaukee, Wisconsin GOP presidential debate Ohio Governor John Kasich called the mass deportation of millions of illegals who broke the law to enter the United States, "Silly." Trump, countered by showcasing America's wartime warrior and peacetime president Dwight D. Eisenhower, "Ike." It was Ike who saw the danger the invasion of illegals across the nation's border presented to America. And according to the Federalist Papers Project moved up to 3.5 million of them back across the Mexican border, with a plan called "Operation Wetback."

For the past several years the howls of protest that have been raised by democrats, liberals, illegal alien supporters and moderate republicans has been total indignation at the very thought of rousting millions of illegals from their neighborhoods. Even Fox News Bill O'Reilly has admonished the thought of sending millions back home, as Trump has insisted be done.

Is this impossibility for a president and a congress to do? The answer is quite simple; the rule of law in America means absolutely nothing because the cartel of illegal immigrant protectionism has erected its own impenetrable wall to block the implementation of the nation's immigration laws. But Trump is absolutely right something must be done and decisively.

On Tuesday at the debate Trump beat back Kasich's all too familiar amnesty plans which help the 11 million illegals continue to thumb their noses at the law. The Donald stressed, "Let me just tell you that Dwight Eisenhower – a good president, great president. People liked him. I liked Ike. [That's the] expression. 'I Like Ike.' Moved a million and a half illegal immigrants out of this country, moved them just beyond the border: They came back. Moved them again, beyond the border: They came back. Then moved them way south. They never came back," reported Breitbart.

So what is the difference between a liberal democrat president who keeps referring to how he wants to create ways for millions of illegals to dodge and avoid legal deportation and GOP presidential candidates Kasich and Bush who want to render the nation immigration laws null and void? Absolutely nothing!

It took a general in the Oval Office who did not seek his answers in polls but relied on the reality of facts on the ground that clearly showed that the nation was under attack. President Eisenhower moved with all deliberate speed and implemented his mass evacuation "Operation Wetback. "He used only 1,075 United States Border Patrol agents – less than one-tenth of today's force to eliminate America's southern frontier was as porous as a spaghetti sieve," according to the Christian Science Monitor, reported Breitbart.

This is the type of leadership that Americans are demanding, instead of declaring and affirming a false narrative that the intention of illegals scrambling across the border is honorable. How about honorably sending them back home to abide by the same immigration rules that millions of legal immigrants have done for decades?

Trump has been issuing a clarion call that resonates with Americans fed up with the "Can't do" speeches and excuses made by politicians and GOP illegal immigrant apologists. Ike was not big on apologists but he was big on deliberate action and according to the CSM article, illegals caught in the roundup were not simply released at the border. They were taken by trains and buses and deposited deep within the Mexican interior.

In addition, "Tens of thousands more were put aboard two hired ships, the Emancipation and the Mercurio. The ships ferried the aliens from Port Isabel, Texas, to Vera Cruz, Mexico, more than 500 miles south," reported Breitbart.

Even though many Washington and state leaders are stammering about how they cannot find a way to protect America's sovereign borders, perhaps it is time a non-politician who is accomplished in building a billion dollar empire will build a wall to keep out a continuing invasion of illegals.

Better yet, if Trump needs to implement President Eisenhower 's mass evacuation plan to show that America means business then let's see if the millions of illegal immigrants will finally get the message. As Trump stressed at the debate. "We are a country of laws. We need borders." Ike would definitely agree and he actually did something about it.

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Kevin Fobbs

Kevin Fobbs is founder and president of a policy organization called National Urban Policy Action Council (NuPac), www.nupac.info that supports conservative colorblind solutions to universal issues and domestic policies that impact urban America... (more)

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