Deport Justin Bieber Petition Reaches White House

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While Justin Bieber was in Toronto Wednesday to face an assault charge, a petition asking that he be deported has reached the White House.

It says, “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. He is not only threatening the safety of our people but he is also a terrible influence on our nations youth. We the people would like to remove Justin Bieber from our society.”

The petition has passed the 100,000 signatures needed to get a response from President Obama’s administration.

#DeportBieber trended on Twitter last week, with critics pushing authorities to send the teen pop star back to Canada after he was arrested in Miami Beach, Florida, on suspicion of drunk driving, resisting arrest and driving without a valid license.

Justin Bieber is in Toronto, Canada, to face an assault charge in connection with an encounter with a limousine driver a month ago, a source close to the singer told CNN Wednesday.

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  • ya

    So stupid to even waste time on this.There are plenty of people that need deported that have done alot worse here than justin bieber ever will and they are still here sooooo….Good luck with that

    • george valachi

      Hang on before you say anything, he hasn’t hit bottom yet. Whoo, whoo, he’s a train wreck like Muley Cirus.

  • tarra clum

    I’m not a big fan of the kid anymore but this is a little outrageous. People act as if Hes the ONLY teen running around the US making bad choices and pushing boundaries. Should we shove every kid that screws up back in the womb? There are more important things going on in our country.

  • bob

    See there’s a difference between Justin and other teens this d bag is in the public and doing this being a bad role model for our nations youth. He should be deported I personally know a Cuban that got deported over a speeding ticket and yet this pos is still here after driving under the influence and putting peoples life at risk get him the f out of here

    • hey u

      You are stupid it already came out he was not over legal limit or even close to it and he never went over 30mph.And the guy u know clearly wasnt allowed here if he go deported for a speeding ticket justin is allowed to be here so its a bit harder..Dont care dont like him anyways but u are wrong so get over it

      • Justin

        I’m curious, do you even know the legal limit for someone who is underage ? 0.00 therefore yes he was over the legal limit and driving under the influence doesn’t mean you are drunk, it simply means your body is under a foreign substance that could cause possible imparement. Please have am educated response to this to make it worth my time to read

  • jennifer

    how about deporting our president his lack of concern for this country and lack of leadership causing people to die has already happened

    • lilly

      Please. Please elaborate on your comment. Tell me who would do better. And how they would do better. Your validly-researched claim is very important to me.

    • Someone who understands words

      You must not know what deported means. In order to be deported you must not be an American citizen, and, as much as I dislike Obama, we can’t deport him. Maybe impeach, but not deport

      • Kay smith

        If Obama would release his records then the people would see
        he is not a true American citizen. Therefore he can get deported.

  • Melanie

    Really? Every generation has a pop star that a lot of people think are bad influences. Come on now, deported? How about making him take responsibility for his actions and paying the consequence publicly so that our youth can seewhat making bad choices get them. Hopefully he will learn from what has happened and make better choices for himself. I would live for my children to see that.

  • Kari Carpenter

    to bad we cant abolish the others that are “not only threatening the safety of our people but he is also a terrible influence on our nations youth. “…. we have plenty of our own that do the very same thing!

  • carrie

    As of being a bad role model,if parents are teacher their kids right, and encouraging them to do right,then there shouln’t be anything to worry about…

  • Gregg

    I think a lot of America is missing some major points. He is not a 13 year old doing stupid things! He’s an adult. He’s 19! He needs to be treated like an adult so that means any normal person gets jail time, fined or community service. I could go on for ever! Responsibility and accountability! This country is going in the pot because nobody has either anymore!!!!!!!!!!!!!

  • apops

    Not saying that i like him, but he probably brings a lot of money into the US and a lot of people spend money to see him so it wouldn’t be ideal to deport him or we would be losing a lot of potential cash flow to multiple economies.

  • Kay smith

    If Obama would release his records then you would know that he is not a true American citizen. Therefore he can get deported.

  • ak

    “He is not only threatening the safety of our people, but…”
    really people! You have nothing else to do but care about how the world views the pop culture in America??? Jesus, He’s not wearing wigs and throwing bongs out car windows…

  • Jenny

    I personally believe Justin should get deported if only its against the law. Until everything is straighten we shouldn’t make assumptions. Yes, he not the best person to be looking up to but then again parents are the number one people who control their children lives. If you don’t want your child to see that maybe you should pay more attention to what their listening to music, watching tv or what they search on the web. Celebrities are not the parents of your children. Also yes he was also threatening the safety of people lives but everyone has at one point. There were times when you were speeding, texting while driving, talking on the phone, eating or drinking something or even singing with the radio will distract you from driving. So maybe you shouldn’t judge him with what he has done wrong knowing you may have or have done the same.

  • Brant

    Children and teens will look up at celebrities regardless of what their parents say or the way they raise them, at least to a degree. Unless you keep your chile locked up, homeschooled and restricted from the modern world, they will always use celebrities as “heroes” per sé. Saying that its solely the parents responsibility is very foolish, and clearly never has had a child, or at least a normal one. Getting him out of our media will show the consequences of being irresponsible. Deport him.

  • Jay

    I would love to send Justin away, but it really doesn’t solve anything. We have plenty of D-bag celebrities that are citizens. Justin is going through that phase of hes no longer a teen star into adulthood and can’t handle it. Not many child stars recover and its a sad ugly future if he can’t learn from his mistakes.

  • Courtney

    Are you serious ? Deport him ? What about all the other wreck less people out there who do the same thing ? HES NOT THE ONLY ONE !! While your at it you just might want to deport all the other people for the same thing ! I’m not a fan of justin bieber but I think that it’s pointless . He’s still a teen . Teens don’t think that straight . Teens do stupid things . We’re not the only ones . Do you really want to ruin the dreams of young teenage girls who look up to him ? As I said before he’s not the only one . We all do stupid things .

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