Chinese Virus Ends Illegal-alien Arrests, Deportations. Border Agents Collar Sex Fiends, Stop Truckload of IllegalsWritten by R. Cort Kirkwood
At least for the duration of the Chinese virus crisis, Immigration and Customs Enforcement will not arrest illegal aliens who are not dangerous criminals, and instead will exercise “discretion” and likely let them run free.
U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement continued its war against sanctuary cities last week on multiple fronts.
Of the 473,682 immigrants apprehended while illegally entering the United States with a family member during fiscal 2019, 375,000 were released inside our country.
The Border Patrol had another banner week catching the put-upon “migrants” who are running from violence and poverty in Mexico and Central America, at least the way the open borders crowd sees them.
Cops in Montgomery County, Maryland, have arrested yet another illegal alien on yet another rape charge. Though the story is much the same as others, it does have a twist. Cops picked him up for a sex crime last summer, but prosecutors dismissed the charge.
If you want to know why Invasion USA continues apace, look no further than Big Migration, a lucrative racket so brazen that border-jumping migrants “can now offer Yelp-style reviews for attaining the finest in illegal alien–enabling services, not just in one’s choice of smuggling coyote, but in all the vast numbers of choices in NGOs offering shelters and services,” writes American Thinker’s Monica Showalter. So much for illegals being “in the shadows.”
Another illegal alien raped a woman in Montgomery County, Maryland, authorities allege, but the Maryland suburb that declared itself a sanctuary appears to be less concerned about the safety of the county’s women than the “rights” of illegal aliens.
The replacement of the U.S. flag with that of a foreign country — Mexico — gives an indication where some of the open-borders advocates are going.
On April 13, Mexican military personnel questioned and disarmed two U.S. Army soldiers operating south of the border barrier but on the U.S. side of the Rio Grande.
If you want to know how bad illegal-alien crime is, you can get a good idea from a new feature at the website of Immigration and Customs Enforcement.