SCOTUS Says People Here Illegally Are Not Entitled to Due Process


People who enter our country illegally do not have due process rights despite what the left would have us believe. The Supreme Court has already ruled, repeatedly.

Allowing illegal aliens to contest orders of removal is “a mockery to good immigration policy and law and order,” the President said recently.

Indeed it is. We have a recent example of that. All of the illegal aliens who came in with children will be allowed to stay in the country as a result of a ruling by another nobody judge on behalf of illegal aliens.

The mainstream media portrayed the President’s comments about due process for people entering the country illegally as a call to end due process.

But as Matt O’Brien of FAIR writes, most of these open borders policies, anchored in alleged due process rights, are the result of “badly reasoned federal district-court decisions, ridiculous settlement agreements, and politically motivated policy decisions.”

Foreign nationals outside our borders are owed NO DUE PROCESS, he says.

And the Supreme Court has been remarkably consistent on this point over the years, Mr. O’Brien wrote in an article for Lifezette.

The far-left and open borders lunatics would have you believe foreigners are entitled to enter our country illegally. They also want you to believe they can remain at will to collect our benefits.

Speaking of benefits…


According to a report from the Center for Immigration Studies, tax credits received by illegals and wage write-offs U.S companies claim, have cost the Treasury $296 billion over the past 10 years!

The lost taxes bill amounts to about $30 Billion Annually.

That is in addition to wage losses to legal workers of an astonishing $118 billion when companies decide to illegally hire undocumented aliens.

As for the families of the low-skilled working immigration population in the country, 51 percent (76 percent counting immigrant-led households with children) are collecting some sort of check from our welfare services.

In a report via USA Today, the Center for Immigration Studies found that about 51% of immigrant-led households receive at least one kind of welfare benefit, including Medicaid, food stamps, school lunches and housing assistance, compared to 30% for native-led households.

Those numbers increase for households with children, with 76% of immigrant-led households receiving welfare, compared to 52% for the native-born. Read more HERE.

The Center for Immigration Studies uses government reports for their studies.

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Jason Knowles
Jason Knowles
5 years ago

you can see the problem right in the article. I DO agree with this ruling btw, but what do you mean “collect OUR benefits”. There is no such thing as legitimate collective benefits via govt, and the removal of said benefits would solve the problem. What makes people who come here roaches any more than those here getting benefits without paying

5 years ago

What a great ruling, thank you SCOTUS! Now the country can get on with the business of removing the roaches from the U.S.!

Flotmorton P. Gildersleeve
Flotmorton P. Gildersleeve
5 years ago

I am a lawyer who understands the constitution and I am really tired of the left winged agenda