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President Trump appoints a new chief for border security, and Americans are cheering.
Ronald Vitiello is the new chief, and he has a tough record of enforcing the law.
The honcho was supported by the Union who supports Trump’s executive orders
U.S. Customs and Border Protection announced Tuesday on Twitter than Ronald Vitiello has been appointed to lead the agency at a time when President Donald Trump has pledged to erect a wall on the U.S. border with Mexico and add 5,000 agents from the current level of about 20,000.
But why are liberals “screaming?”
Well, the border patrol chief, and the Union, are doing the “groundbreaking” thing of checking people’s social media accounts before they enter the nation.
Should what’s on your Facebook page be a factor in determining whether you’re allowed to re-enter the United States? That’s a question to ponder in the wake of President Donald Trump’s ban on immigration that began on Friday.
Border patrol agents are checking the Facebook accounts of people who are being held in limbo for approval to enter the US, according to a Saturday tweet by immigration lawyer Mana Yegani that was spotted by The Independent.