Gia Giudice to Donald Trump: Please Don’t Deport My Dad! | Wireler
As you have seemingly heard by now, former Real Housewives of New Jersey star Joe Giudice is being held in an ICE detention middle, the place he at the moment awaits deportation to Italy.
Giudice’s enchantment was denied final week, which suggests it is wanting extra seemingly than ever that he’ll be shipped off to the nation the place he was born, however is aware of little or no about.
Sure, Juicy Joe dedicated tax fraud, and it is by no means a good suggestion to stiff the federal government of a rustic the place you are a semi-lawful customer.
Still, many believed the daddy of 4 and husband of Teresa Giudice
After all, one does not typically see well-connected white guys who’ve lived on this nation for many of their lives being booted out of the U.S., but it surely appears the choose in Joe’s case determined to adhere to the letter of the legislation.
There’s not a lot that may save the 46-year-old now — exterior of a presidential pardon, that’s.
Yes, a telephone name from OG tri-state actuality TV mess Donald John Trump is about the one factor that may rescue Joe from being shipped off to the Mediterranean.
Seemingly conscious that determined occasions name for determined measures, Joe’s 18-year-old daughter Gia Giudice has posted a petition on Change.org through which she asks readers for his or her digital signature in hopes of capturing the president’s consideration.
Gia describes her father as “a businessman, a husband, father to four young women all under the age of 19, son, brother, uncle and friend to many” and notes that he was “found guilty of NON Violent offense.s”
“He knows nothing of Italian culture, laws, societal norms, he has no immediate family and will not be able to secure work in this foreign land,” Gia writes.
“My father is not a danger to society, he is a warm loving man and I beg you sign our petition to give my father a second chance at being part of our lives and giving back to the community we live in once a again.”
In case it is unclear to any of her followers, Gia outlines precisely what’s at stake:
“My father is there for us in every possible way a father could be. He has always been our handyman, our confidont, our cheerleader, our challenger and most importantly our protector,” she writes.
“This would rob us of my father screaming from the stands at our graduations, meeting our future husbands for the first time, of walking us down the aisle, of being there when his grandchildren come into the world.”
Gia concludes with a direct plea to President Trump:
“We request that our President, Donald J Trump, review our petition and pardon my father to relieve him of this life sentence the courts are bestowing on him,” she concludes.
“Yes in Italy he will no longer be incarcerated but will he ever be free if kept from his family and be able to be a productive member of society?”
This isn’t the primary time that Gia has pled her father’s case, and it is seemingly her final likelihood.
We guess her father’s destiny is now within the tiny palms of President Trump — a daunting prospect, if ever there was one.