BREAKING! Trump Just Destroyed Immigrant “BIRTH HOTELS”! DEPORT THEM!

It would appear that America is no longer the unwitting victim of unscrupulous Chinese nationals along with dishonest Chinese aliens using our immigration laws too fraudulently claim “citizenship.”

The Trump Administration is keeping yet another promise to end the human trafficking and smuggling of illegal pregnant aliens “criminally” attempting to give birth within America.

A day after the president launched the new enforcement program ICE agents made the largest immigration bust in nearly a decade, raiding in one day 20-“birth hotels” in California.

For those not familiar with this immigration scam, Chinese nationals use hotels as waiting rooms for the expectant mother-to-be, thus the name “birth hotels.”

The illegal scam if successful atomically insures citizenship for the child, in most situations a child born in the United States or one of its territories will automatically receive American citizenship.

The concept is similar to drug smuggling or human trafficking, in that the expectant mother pays as much as $100,000 to get into one of these hotels.

The recent raid by Homeland Security agents was reported by NBC News who were at the scene when agents swept into the luxury Carlyle Hotel, in Irvine, California. The pregnant woman including new moms allegedly paid anywhere from $40,000 to $80,000 for the privilege of having their child born in the United States

One of the women captured in the raid lamented to NBC News; “I am doing this for the education of the next generation.”

The raids took place in Los Angeles, Orange and San Bernardino counties.

Claude Arnold, special agent in charge of Homeland Security Investigations for Los Angeles, told NBC; “It’s not necessarily illegal to come here to have the baby, but if you lie about your reasons for coming here, that’s visa fraud.”

Remarkably the selling of America seemed to be conducted in broad daylight which is perhaps indicative of were the raids took place in progressive California. Chao Chen and Dong Li ran the Carlyle site and used social media to drum up business, promoting the benefits of children born in America, citing on their website; “13 years of free education, low-cost college financial aid, less pollution, and a path for the entire family to emigrate when the child becomes an adult.”