The petition to deport Justin Bieber back to Canada has garnered over 100,000 signatures, surpassing the threshold for official White House review (seriously).
Actor Drake Bell and tens of thousands of fed-up citizens have signed an online petition to deport Justin Bieber on the government's We The People site.
Any petition that earns more than 100,000 signatures within 30 days qualifies for an administration review and response ... no problems in this case.
The Bieber petition already has more than 102,000 in just six days.
He didn't mention it in his 2014 State of the Union address, but if there were any political issue President Obama and Congress can agree on, it's probably this.
The petition calls Justin Bieber a dangerous and reckless drug abuser who is "not only threatening the safety of our people but he is also a terrible influence."
Sounds about right.
None of Bieber's alleged crimes - even his DUI drag race adventure - would get the dude deported under current immigration law ... but it's worth a shot.
His people might say Selena Gomez is a bad influence, but are there any petitions to deport that cute singer circulating around the Internet right now?
Didn't think so.
In other Justin Bieber legal news that may actually have consequences, he is scheduled to be arraigned for the aforementioned joyride on February 14.
Should Justin Bieber be deported?
1. Justin Bieber Police Report, Page 1
Justin Bieber was arrested for DUI in January 2014. Read the first page of his police report here.
2. Justin Bieber Police Report, Page 2
Justin Bieber was booked on a number of charges related to drinking and speeding. This is page two of his police report.