Justin Bieber targeted in White House petition

Bieber, go home?!

More than 140,000 people have signed a petition on the White House’s We the People website demanding that Canadian pop star Justin Bieber be deported, and calling for his green card to be revoked.

The petition calls Bieber “dangerous, reckless, destructive, and drug abusing” and states, “He is not only threatening the safety of our people but he is also a terrible influence on our nation’s youth.”

If a petition reaches 100,000 signatures within 30 days, the Obama administration is obligated to respond.

Bieber, who was recently caught speeding in a Lamborghini in Florida and has court cases pending in two states, is not alone.

Last year, a petition on the We the People site tried to oust British-born CNN host Piers Morgan; however, the political pundit stayed, as the White House honored his right to free speech.FeaturesGossipJustin BieberWe the PeopleWhite House

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