Think of the children, deport Bieber

You don’t have to go home, but you can’t stay here


Randi Vanible, Staff Writer

A DUI and drag racing may not be deportable offenses, but Justin Bieber should still be sent back to Canada because he is a bad influence on America’s youth.

While in Miami last month, Bieber was accused of drag racing and charged with a DUI, resisting arrest and driving with an expired Georgia driver’s license.

According to an online article from the Huffington Post, Bieber admitted to police officers that he had smoked marijuana and was taking anti-anxiety medication. In the toxicology report, he tested positive for marijuana and the prescription drug Xanax. Bieber has also been in the media for erratic behavior in other parts of the country.

According to the Los Angeles Times, Bieber is under investigation for allegedly egging his neighbor’s home back in California, causing an estimated $20,000 in damage.

According to a NBC news report, Drug Enforcement Administration and U.S. Customs and Border Protection officers searched an airplane carrying Bieber’s family and friends when a very strong marijuana odor was detected after the plane had landed.

The flight’s crewmembers had to wear oxygen masks for fear of testing positive for drug use, according to CNN.

Bieber is incredibly narcissistic. Instead of paying his respects when he visited the Anne Frank house, he focused the story on himself. Bieber said he hoped Frank would have been a fan.

Bieber’s conduct has resulted in outrage among thousands of Americans and has led to a petition asking the Obama administration to revoke Bieber’s green card.

According to ABC News, the petition states that Bieber misrepresents the United States in the world of pop culture and his reckless behavior is “a terrible influence on our nation’s youth.”

The petition has over 100,000 signatures, which is enough to require the Obama administration to review and respond to the petition within 30 days.

Failing to deport Bieber will be seen as an acceptance of his actions. It will teach his impressionable fans that if you are famous, there are no consequences for anything you do.