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The Petition To Deport Justin Bieber Arrives At The White House

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Yes, it is official. It is now up to the powers that be, the President himself, whether Justin Bieber stays in the United States. Yes, the pop star is original from Canada and many Americans are fed up with his antics. After his latest drag racing stung in Miami Beach, Florida, many Americans signed a petition asking the President to deport Bieber back to Canada.

The White House has promised that any petition that is able to get 100,000 signatures within a time period of thirty days would be seen and considered. The petition to deport Beiber received a total of 102K signatures in a time span of six days.

Of course, the petition has probably been a pure waste of time for everyone considered. Yes, it has made great news. It also have given us a great laugh. Yet, the chances of Bieber being deported are slimmer than any real charges be enforced on him, at least now.

This petition idea may come from the fact that a similar petition was filed against Piers Morgan in 2012. That petition didn’t do any good, either.

The wording on the Bieber’s deportation states that Bieber is a bad influence on today’s youth. It also states that he is a safety to the people.

However, none of his crimes are bad enough to warrant deportation under immigration law.

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