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Monday, March 28, 2016

Obama deports two West Virginia orchestra members

Well, Easter is over. Back on the Internet. I have a doozy of a tale. The Obama administration has looked the other way as millions have invaded our country -- many of whom seek welfare, peddle drugs, or commit other crimes.

But now this week it will deport two members of the West Virginia Symphony.

From Norman Lebrecht:
Two orchestral players from Bulgaria who have lived in the US for 14 years are to be deported this week.
Yuliyan Stoyanov, 40, and his wife Smiliana Lozanova, 36, have played since 2006 in the West Virginia Symphony Orchestra, at Charleston.
Yuliyan’s visa expired in 2013 once he earned his PhD from the University of Cincinnati College-Conservatory of Music, where he became a faculty member. He also set up a strings academy with his wife.
But they failed to qualify for immigrant status as ‘foreign nationals of extraordinary ability’ and on Wednesday they will be flown home to Sofia, via Paris, together with their two US-born children.
I have no problem with this call. They overstayed their welcome.

President Obama just proved that when it comes to deporting illegal aliens Yes We Can.

But how about cracking down on the people who load up our welfare system (including food stamps, not just TANF), who rape, who murder, and who sell drugs?


  1. But they failed to qualify for immigrant status as ‘foreign nationals of extraordinary ability’

    The only "ability" the Obama administration is looking for in immigrants is a total commitment to vote Democrat for the rest of their lives.

  2. Paperwork makes the world go around - or it can bring it to a screeching halt. And it sounds like they should have been able to retain a good immigration attorney. - Elric

  3. But but but but but... They had Anchor Babies!!!
    Oh, the Humanity!!!!!

  4. 'Bama don't like classical music.

  5. They should have said they were mexicans, or, better yet, muslims. They could have gotten a pass.