Immigrants In America Essay

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Immigrants in AMERICA being mistreated Oh America, god bless this nation, a great nation where everyone claims it is their land but forgot the fact that the land was actually belongs to the Native American tribes. The Native Americans that were murdered because of the white Europeans that wanted this land, again those white Europeans that claimed this land was theirs. The real question is was it really theirs? The pilgrims got sent here around the 1600s for their religious beliefs. King James the first was in charge of the churches as well so anyone that disobeyed the church disobeyed the king. The pilgrims had their own belief for this purpose they came The New World to live in peace and start a whole new life. …show more content…
Being born in America just give you a citizenship because of the constitutional law, which was passed by the Supreme Court. The Supreme Court that denied to give the native their own land. So if Trumps origin is not really American why is he trying to kick the immigrants out? Is that fair? I mean look he made it to the maximum level of the American dream, he has everything he ever wanted. Does this give him the right to cut off other people chances of trying to achieve this dream? No it does not, he is jut saying stuff that he has no idea about, and people actually agree with him because we are still mostly a racist country that is selfish. People that agree with him are mostly stubborn, arrogant, and ignorant people. I also believe that he has a wrong ideology with both immigration and the views over Muslims and Mexicans. Trump just comments on about how bad these people are but in reality he has no information about them. This is not right, you cannot just judge people if you do not have any information about them, how right would that be? He follows what the …show more content…
In the Donald Trump’s America, Chavez states that “if Republicans become identified as the party that wants to restrict citizenship, it will be not only a political disaster but a major rejection of the party’s historical legacy.” So basically as we see the Republicans are contradicting themselves by trying to set these laws which

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