Canadians Warned About Trump 2024

If President Donald Trump is re-elected, a large number of illegal immigrants will willingly relocate to Canada, a Democrat-appointed ambassador warned at an Ottawa gathering of dignitaries.

According to Canada’s National Post, former US ambassador to Canada Bruce Heyman stated at a national security conference on June 3 that “these people aren’t just going to sit there and wait to be rounded up.”

Heyman is a Democratic fundraiser and a former senior executive at the finance firm Goldman Sachs. Barack Obama appointed him to the position of ambassador.

“What would Canada’s role in a second Trump presidency be?” Tasha Kheiriddin, a columnist, wrote:

“Former U.S. ambassador to Canada Bruce Heyman addressed these three very serious concerns that the election of Trump 2.0 poses at a security conference earlier this week in Ottawa. Politicians need to be aware of them. The first is the possible impact of one of President Trump’s signature initiatives, the expulsion of up to 11 million illegal immigrants from the country. Trump did not fulfill the comparable promises he made throughout his 2016 campaign. However, experts predict he will be more successful this time around, utilizing receptive officials at the DHS, the legal system, and the armed forces. For Canada, what does this mean? “These people aren’t just going to wait to be rounded up,” Heyman stated bluntly. As soon as Trump wins, they will begin preparing to leave, but they will be traveling north instead of south.”

Heyman’s assertion makes sense. A large number of immigrants left the country after the 2008 housing crisis, and some more departed after Trump’s election in 2016. Estimates suggest that Canada’s lenient rules contributed to the entry of over 90,000 immigrants from the United States.

Nonetheless, Democrats are helping numerous immigrants integrate into American society by leveraging their control over financing in numerous states and the federal immigration bureaucracy. They will also pledge to block deportation efforts and support the continued presence of immigrants in American neighborhoods, workplaces, and educational institutions if Trump wins the election.

However, investor and ambassador Heyman offered further counsel to Canadian politicians present at the Rideau Club event: they ought to gain influence in American politics by granting resident permits to several Americans, the newspaper stated.

Heyman proposes that [Canada] grant as many Americans as possible the equivalent of an American H1 [B] visa to enter the country; they don’t have to live here, but they should be able to travel with a Canadian passport and represent our nation across the border. “You have a generational chance to win over the best talent, the people with resources and abilities, to your cause [in political conflicts] and potentially even into your nation,” Heyman stated.

Paradoxically, the Canadian journalist acknowledges the fundamental harm that Prime Minister Justin Trudeau’s careless immigration policies—which bring in around a million newcomers annually—are causing to regular Canadians:

The Liberals’ high-volume immigration policies created a large demand for housing. In an attempt to address this demand, they have brought in more foreign workers, which has driven down domestic labor wages and made housing and life more expensive for everyone. The first step to fixing this is to recognize union workers and encourage Canadians to pursue careers in trades instead of importing cheap labor.”

“However, their circle is not just vicious—it’s cruel for both foreign workers and domestic [Canadian] tradespeople, who see that the Canadian dream is becoming less and less real under this government,” the author wrote.

Author: Scott Dowdy

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