Teens in Colorado being deported by Hundreds
Friday 17 September 2059 18455 Shares
As the year of 2017 is coming to an end teens and their families are being deported by the hundreds. Already 150 families have been deported since the cancelment of Obama’s DACA program. Many families have been affected by this and president Donald J Trump seems to be showing no mercy. We spoke to Trump and asked him why he was deporting all the students and families who are working and are in school and his response was “The news and press said I couldn’t deport every one but with the cancelment of DACA I now have over 700 addresses of illegal immigrants in Colorado and plenty of other states and I will not stop untill America is great”. We are just as surprised as you are with his words. One students that was hugely affected was one student from Thornton High School Armando Marquez. Armando was was a B grade average student. Although he didint have the best grades he had slot of friends here and now he has been deported by the DACA cancelment and has been in his home country for the past 3 months. He and his family hopes to illegally return back to the U.S in December but with Trump cracking down on illegal crossing of the border that will be a challenge. We spoke to two of his friends at Thornton High School Daniel Lechuga and Jerry Deitchmen and they say the miss Armando a lot. They say that was one of their best friends that they would hangout in the summer almost every day Jerry says that if Armando makes it back he would be very happy and Daniel said if there was any way of helping he would. But for Armando coming back to his friends it doesn’t look to good and Armando’s fathers house is being ceased and auctioned off and so are every thing in his house and all there hard work. We will keep an ear out for any information on the DACA immigrant program but for now I would advise any one who does not have papers needs to be careful.