Donald Trump Goes After Children in Ominous New Campaign Promise

Former President Donald Trump is going after children in a new campaign promise. Specifically, the children of immigrants. The former

Donald Trump children immigration

Former President Donald Trump is going after children in a new campaign promise.

Specifically, the children of immigrants.

The former POTUS took to Truth Social today with a video explaining his plans for the children of immigrants who cross the border illegally -and it’s a grim echo of his campaign to build a wall in 2016.

In a video posted to Truth, Trump leads with, “Joe Biden has launched an illegal foreign invasion of our country allowing a record number of illegal aliens to storm across our borders from all over the world.”

He continues, “Under Biden’s current policies, even though these millions of illegal border crossers have entered the country unlawfully, all of their future children will become automatic US citizens.”

Trump explains, “they’ll be eligible for welfare, taxpayer-funded healthcare, the right to vote, chain migration and countless other government benefits, many of which will also profit the illegal alien parents. This policy is a reward for breaking the laws of the United States and it is obviously a magnet helping draw the flood of illegals across our borders.

Donald Trump children immigration

The former POTUS claims, “They come by the millions and millions and millions. They come from mental institutions, they come from jails – prisoners – some of the toughest, meanest people you’ll ever see. The United States is among the only countries in the world that says that even if neither parent is a citizen, or even lawfully in the country, their future children are automatic citizens the moment that the parents trespass onto our soil. As has been laid out by many scholars, this current policy is based on …a willful misinterpretation of the law by the open borders advocates. There aren’t that many of them around, it’s amazing. Who wants this? Who wants to have prisoners coming into our country?” He adds, “Who wants to have people who are very sick coming into our country? People from mental institutions coming into our country?”

The former President then ominously warns, “And come they will. They’re coming by the thousands, by the tens of thousands.”

Trump then explains that, “As part of my plan to secure the border on day 1 of my new term in office, I will sign an executive order making clear to federal agencies that under the correct interpretations of the law, going forward the future children of illegal aliens will not receive automatic US citizenship. It’s things like this that bring millions of people to our country. And they enter our country illegally. My policy will choke off a major incentive for continued illegal immigration, deter more migrants from coming, and encourage many of the aliens Joe Biden has unlawfully let into our country to go back to their home countries.”

Trump called the situation “morally so wrong.”

The Republican frontrunner adds, “Our country will be great again; our country will be a country again. We’ll have borders, we’ll have proper education, and we’ll put America first.”

Trump’s promise to go after what he and other critics refer to as “anchor babies” is nothing new. Ahead of his 2016 election, Trump gained popularity by promising to build a wall along the southern border, and to eliminate the so-called “anchor baby” and “chain immigration” loopholes for unsanctioned immigrants.

But the policies proved difficult for Trump to enact, even with a Republican-controlled Congress and Supreme Court.

And language from the SCOTUS in recent rulings has been humanizing immigrants, proving that Trump’s push to “other” immigrants will be an even harder uphill battle than he faced ahead of the 2016 election.