San Francisco is California's first city to register non-American citizens to vote in local elections after issuing voter registration to illegal aliens for the upcoming Board of Education election.
Since April, when National Guard troops began their “observe and report” mission on America’s southern border, more than 10,800 illegal immigrants have been arrested as a direct result of their presence.
House GOP leaders have cancelled a vote on a measure introduced by Democrats to abolish ICE and introduced a resolution supporting ICE and denouncing its abolishment.
U.S. District Court Judge Dana Sabraw criticized Deputy Assistant HHS Secretary Chris Meekins’ comments on his court order, saying, “The government can do a lot better.”
Last month, police in Huntsville, Alabama, found a 13-year-old girl who had been beheaded after her dope-dealing grandmother was knifed. And the suspects, police say, are immigrants; one legal, one not.
America isn’t just for Americans anymore. That’s the message of Boston’s City Council, as it’s considering giving foreigners residing in the US the “right” to vote in municipal elections. It’s part of a growing movement that has already seen numerous localities throughout the nation grant legally-present non-citizens ballot-box access.
A White House fact sheet stated that criminal aliens arrested by ICE in fiscal year 2017 were responsible for tens of thousands of drug and assault offenses.
If Democrats continue to push the "abolish ICE" movement, they will lose badly in November. Perhaps fatally.
The number of arrests made by U.S. Border Patrol agents during June fell to the lowest level since February, with 34,057 arrests made on the border during the month.