Josh Wilkerson was just 18 years old when he was violently assaulted and murdered by an illegal alien, one of Barack Hussein Obama Soetoro Soebarkah’s “DREAMers” protected under the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA), which was Obama’s illegal executive action.
According to dcclothesline.com:
On Monday, just ahead of the Trump administration’s announcement that they were ending the DACA program, Wilkerson spoke with Breitbart about DACA and the plans to end it.
She, like most reasonable people, didn’t expect the administration to yank children from their parents, but instead believes that minors can leave with their parents to return to their home country and those who are adults can simply move back home, as well.
“I knew it was going to be a long process,” she said, adding, “I do not think they should be allowed any extras like in-state tuition.”
“Separation is not like our separation, they can pick their kids up and go home. Do they want to? No,” said Wilkerson.
Like most people, Mrs. Wilkerson does not understand why there is a holding off on implementation, but said, “Definitely, they need to go home.”
Though she is compassionate, Wilkerson said, “It’s a human issue. It’s so hard to just, ya know, if I’m standing looking a three-year-old kid in the face, ya know, crying ‘my mommy can’t come home,’ my question is just, your mommy should take you. That is the issue is taking them with you and say, ‘ya know we tried to do this and for a while we did it, but I’ve made a mistake and this is what the consequences are, we’re going home to make a life wherever we’re from.’”
While others are complaining about families being separated and such, which more than likely would not occur, at least for the most part, Wilkerson talks about the separation that can never be repaired in this life at the hands of the illegal alien “DREAMer” who murdered her son.
“It’s devastation to our families that will never be repaired,” she said. “I will never be the same person in this earthly life that I was before he was killed by somebody that shouldn’t have been here.”
“You don’t know who you are anymore without this child in your life. It’s starting over and that’s the reality of it,” said Wilkerson.
She said that people being moved back to their home countries allows them to continue to live and even take their families with them, but her family will never recover from what happened to her son.
“That for me is not separation,” Wilkerson said. “We don’t have that luxury of skirting any laws because we have had a hard life, we just don’t. There’s no mistaking that I can’t call another country and talk to Josh. It’s just forever.”
“Everything for him stopped that day, no question,” she said.
We’ll see how serious the Trump administration is in six months. He’s taken the first step in doing away with DACA. Let’s see if he’ll enforce the law against DREAMers now.
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