Well if you read my earlier comment, which I have no doubt you did, this really goes back to addressing issues such as employers, sanctuary Cities status etc. If the WH and our elected officials were to address this issue by way of Federal monies allotted to Cities who blatantly ignore Federal mandates under the law, then hitting them where it hurts the most, in the pocket book, is an effective way to start addressing Sanctuary cities status.
The employment issue is another, where stiff penalties have to be enforced such as not a slap on the wrist type of penalties but one that has real consequences for employers who willingly employ illegals which should also include prison sentences. As I stated earlier, if we were able to address this issue by drying up the life lines that illegals use then they virtually deport themselves.
Thirdly, the issue of issuing Drivers licenses and other entitlements such as healthcare, Education and other benefits in which tax payers have been on the hook for also needs to be addressed, and there should also be a severe penalty to states like Illinois, New York, and California where these policies have been in place to allow illegals to take advantage of these loopholes that such states blatantly advertise in wanting to give to illegal immigrants. See New York Mayor DeBlasio’s recent introduction of free healthcare for New York residents!
Fourth: and most importantly, is voter ID should be federally mandated across all states. While I realize the latter is another separate issue, it does relate to illegals voting in both local elections and Presidential elections that has contributed to abnormal reporting errors in certain states and this needs to be addressed ASAP.
Lastly, a real overhaul of our immigration laws needs to change to address things like “Birth Right Citizenship”, “Chain Migration” and “Asylum seekers” in order to eliminate the blatant fraudulent claims that seek to take advantage of our current laws and anchor baby factories being promoted in places like California, Oregon, and New Mexico. If we are to address immigration to effectively address this issue once and for all, then all of what I have mentioned here previously has to be address together and not piece meal. When I mean fundamental changes I mean serious no bullshit fundamental changes to our immigration policies, along with securing our borders 360 degrees! This is a must and I am still rather confounded why these suggestions I just put forth is not being mentioned in the broader discussion within the national narrative! Its baffling to say in the least!