White House Won’t Deport Bieber


Singer Justin Bieber is not the favorite person on the planet. An online petition calling for Bieber’s deportation from the U.S. to Canada, his native, has been however, dismissed by White House officials.

Young singer seems to have more than 273,000 enemies, as that is the score of the anti-Bieber petition on Whitehouse.org. They urged the authorities to nullify his green card, after his DUI arrest in Miami, Florida in January 2014.

To their disappointment, as well as of American parents, angry neighbors, numerous pop music critics and the 273,968 signees, the White House announced Friday that it would not enter the fray.

White House official agreed to review the petition if it succeeds to reach 100,000 signatures. Therefore, they replied in a statement, writing,

“Sorry to disappoint, but we won’t be commenting on this one… we’ll leave it to others to comment on Mr. Bieber’s case, but we’re glad you care about immigration issues.”
“We the people of the United States feel that we are being wrongly represented in the world of pop culture,”

the petition says

“We would like to see and drug abusing, Justin Bieber deported and his green card revoked. He is not only threatening the safety of our people but he is also a terrible influence on our nation’s youth,”

the petition reads.

Few of the petitions regard serious issues. Many are dedicated to celebrities like Justin; while others make mean requests, using the construction of a ‘Star Wars’ inspired Death Star.

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  • Cindy G.

    At first I thought the picture was of Jessica Alba!

  • Alfred Ferguson

    Nothing wrong with this pretty young boy. . .that six weeks in Marine Boot Camp would not set to rights. He no doubt has a lot of guts. Getting out there on stage, before a multitude, takes a lot of guts.

    Moreover he is not dumb, but intelligent. He would catch on fast. People might be astonished, the baby fat abraded, at the lean, mean machine lurking under the soft, pretty surface,

    In fact, perceptive observers might well conclude, even now, fame is a monster that would have eaten him alive, had he not some inner core of high-test, tensile emotional strength.

    Hatefulness toward those who are successful in any endeavor requiring extraordinary skill, talent, or brains is puzzling.