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Deport Justin Bieber petition: Meets White House threshold for response

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Deport Justin Bieber petition passed the needed 100,000 signatures Wednesday morning. The Canadian entertainer is in the country on a temporary work visa. According to Politico on Jan. 29, the petition asked for the singer’s deportation.

'We the people of the United States feel that we are being wrongly represented in the world of pop culture. We would like to see the dangerous, reckless, destructive, and drug abusing, Justin Bieber deported and his green card revoked...'

Deport Justin Bieber petition has gained momentum due to a string of recent acts of bad behavior by the young pop star. He was speeding in his neighborhood and also allegedly egged a neighbor’s house. In fairness there are two other competing petitions to keep Bieber in the country. According to rules on the Whitehouse.gov website the White House must respond publicly to petitions started on the site with more than 100,000 signatures. They barely have 2,000 signatures between them.

The deport Justin Bieber petition stems from events reported by this examiner recently in, "Chantel Jeffries: Justin Bieber's girlfriend spotted in his Lamborghini." The singer was arrested in Miami last week after drag racing on city streets. He was charged with DUI and resisting arrest.

What do you think about the Deport Justin Bieber petition story? Please drop in your comments below.

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