"Getting Deported Was The Best Thing That Ever Happened to Me": CNNChris Menahan
Sep. 05, 2017
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Though CNN and other liberal propaganda mills are hysterical over the prospect so-called "DREAMers" may have to return to their own countries, the reality is they'll be returning as grown adults (median age 25) with English skills and a valuable education paid for by US taxpayers.
While CNN is at the forefront of the liberal freak out over DACA, earlier this year in June they ran a story of one man who said getting deported back to Mexico was the "best thing that ever happened" to him.
If you ask Orlando Lopez, getting deported was the best thing that ever happened to him.Note, the average cost per student for K-12 in Texas is $9,561 per year. That means Lopez's schooling cost taxpayers at least $114,732. On top of that, Lopez would have received 4,320 free meals from the school's breakfast and lunch program, which cost taxpayers an additional $18,792. That brings the cost of his education to around $133,524.
At age 24, after serving his time, he was deported to Mexico.
When he arrived in Mexico, Lopez was able to leverage his fluent English speaking skills to find work. For the past 10 years, he's worked at an international call center that provides customer service, mostly for U.S.-based companies and their customers.I wonder why CNN isn't bringing this story back up and running it on the front page? Seems rather relevant, does it not?
Contrary to what you're hearing from the likes of Bernie Sanders and other leftists in the government and lying media, living in your own country with your own family and your own people is not hell on earth.
As Lopez can testify to, you'll actually have a giant leg up on your fellow citizens thanks to your English skills and your US taxpayer-financed education.
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