Army Records Show that It Has Expelled 500 Immigrant Recruits In One Year

Is the Army trying to get rid of people for various reasons?

Gronda Morin

Army expelled 500 immigrant recruits in just one year, study shows This image shows a portion of a U.S. Army document showing 502 service members who enlisted under the Military Accessions Vital to the National Interest recruiting program, and who were discharged between July 2017 and July 2018. (Associated Press)

Since when is the Army is a position to throw 500 recruits away when it is not meeting its current recruiting goals.

This is another example of how the republican President Donald Trump’s xenophobic leanings and anti-immigration stances have been placing the US national security interests at risk.

Since 2009, the Army had sponsored a program where immigrants with specialized skills could serve their country in exchange for them being able to become US citizens. After these good people signed up, the US Army personnel have decided to renege on its commitments.

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See: [How the Pentagon ending its deal with immigrant recruits could hurt the…

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