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AFF Plan repeals rules that would require millions of immigrants to divulge their social media information, phone numbers, email addresses, and past travel information. In addition, they repeal requirements that immigrants tell if their family has ever been linked to terrorist activities. The NEG will argue that – apart from the obvious foolhardiness of the last requirement being repealed – there is no need for a change in policy. The harms the AFF presents are (1) Non-unique to other policies President Trump has instituted, and (2) justified to some extent. There is a legitimate reason to screen all potential immigrants: To prevent terrorist infiltration. The negative philosophy is that security requires proactivity, and the AFF Plan relies on a system that has failed in the past. Multiple empirics will be provided as to why there is a viable threat of terrorism from immigrants.
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After having a lukewarm novice year as a sophomore, Jonathan gained an affinity for debate and research. He qualified to NITOC in both his junior and senior years in TP and Parli and won several tournaments in TP. Currently, he is a sophomore at Freed-Hardeman University studying study Law and Politics. He works as a researcher for the Grassroot Institute of Hawaii and also with the John E. Talbott & Associates law firm in Henderson, TN. Jonathan believes that there is no sufficient substitute for well-researched knowledge.