Great read. Unlike what most other outlets spurn out, they actually provide you with un-emotionally attached paragraphs, just facts. Immigrants only feared prosecution when Trump came in which is a fact because they know Trump isn't backing down but they still do it anyway
I read the National Review for years but it's gone downhill. I have to say, some of this article is kind of hilarious. I can't tell if the writer is an idiot, or thinks we're idiots. Here's a quote for you: "Even if a migrant does have a credible fear of persecution, there is a legitimate way to pursue that claim, and it does not involve entering the United States illegally. First, such people should make their asylum claim in the first country where they feel safe, i.e., Mexico or some other country they are traversing to get here". Cool bud, thanks for the tip. What should the Mexicans do? Should they stop "traversing" to make a claim? The worst part is this guy isn't just AN editor, (like all the assorted Political Storm "editors") he's THE editor of the National Review. He definitely doesn't have the Jeweler's Eye when it comes to prose, that's for sure.
Is the option of sending them back not available?