Friday, April 26, 2019

Ex-ICE Director Says Sanctuary Cities Are Biggest Factor Impeding Deportations

Former Immigration Customs Enforcement (ICE) director Tom Homan said in an interview that aired Wednesday on "Rising" that sanctuary cities are the biggest factor impeding deportations in the U.S.
"Sanctuary cities [are] the biggest effect because one officer can sit in county jail and process 12 illegal aliens a day," Homan, who served under President Trump, told Hill.TV hosts Krystal Ball and Buck Sexton earlier this week.
"We used to have full presence in Los Angeles County Jail. We used to have full presence at Rikers Island," he continued. "New York City, the site of the most horrific terrorist attacks this country ever saw, at the hands of some that were in the country illegally."
"So we lost any efficiency because one agent can sit there and process 12 illegal aliens in jail in a shift, but when that jail no longer works for you, they're going to release that person back into the community," he said, referring to officials in sanctuary cities who do not cooperate with federal immigration authorities.
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