Immigrants are the problem
Immigrants are the reason of U.S problems
Studies at the University of Houston Texas have shown that Immigrants are having a negative impact on the country's economy, politics, and culture.
But the immigrants do not realize that from the moment the soul of their shoes touches American soil, they become part of the American society and that from that moment they will influence America, they will influence the economy, the culture, the population, among other things. Immigrants bring with them their practices, their customs, language, tradition, religion, basically their entire culture. But not only they bring their culture, they also bring with them crime and danger for the U.S, they slowly begin to destroy America.
Immigrants disturbing the peace.
Different flags to represent the diversity of the U.S caused by immigration.
Immigrant children provided with shelter by the U.S government.
"Immigrants do not aid America in the minimum way, they only take up space." said, Andrew Garcia, reporter of "New York Times".
Immigrants are also a problem because they make the government spend large amounts of money on them. As said before many immigrants come from Hispanic countries, and these immigrants come in illegally to America by passing through the border without legal papers, some of them get into the country by paying coyotes money so the coyotes can bring them into the U.S. But in many cases the coyotes abandon the immigrants which are children, women, and men. And once they have reach the Mexican-American border and then the immigrants are left alone to find their way. But once the American police finds the lost immigrants, the American police has to usually provide a shelter and food to those immigrants who are children because they come from far away countries and the children immigrants, most of the time come alone without there parents. And in these cases the U.S government has to spend money on thousands of children who were sent to the U.S by their irresponsible parents who were trying to liberate their children from the crime of their country.
" The solution is not in our hands at the moment, but one day we will know exactly how to solve the problem", said Roberto Smith, governor of New York, referring to the immigration problem.