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A false dilemma (or sometimes called false dichotomy) is a type of informal fallacy, more specifically one of the correlative-based fallacies, in which a statement falsely claims an "either/or" situation, when in fact there is at least one additional logically valid option.
It appears that you just supported the position that making Trump bad regardless of what choice he makes is a false dilemma created by the left. They are inventing a false dilemma, and you are correct to point out what they are doing.
So, in answer your question, with the exception of the last few years, when a Mexican got to our border, he didn't see a DO NOT CROSS sign... He saw a HELP WANTED sign..
What does he see now? Troops and tanks and people wanting a wall. Yet, here they still come. Apparently what any imaginary sign says means nothing.
Well, if the ticketless people set up taco carts, or if they started cleaning up, or if they started mowing the grass, I'd be happy about 'em..
Your analogy is flawed in that the mowers wouldn't be an non absorbent amount, but a controlled, specified amount, which would be the conservative migrant model.
I am probably a good person but I haven't taken the time to fill out my profile, so you'll never know!