Wednesday, April 24, 2019

Here’s a Secret: Trump Has Power Oo End Judicial Amnesty TODAY Under CURRENT Law ... WHY DOESN'T HE?

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How much longer are we going to allow lawless acts of past administrations and lower courts to flip immigration law on its head and act as if the laws themselves are the problems? Our immigration laws aren’t broken, it’s just that carefully selected lower courts violate those laws as well as Supreme Court precedent, plus the executive branch has refused to enforce many laws that haven’t even been tampered with yet by the judges. The American people never voted for the system in place to today. In fact, the people’s representatives voted for the opposite.
Last week, near Philadelphia, yet another alleged illegal alien child molester was arrested on charges of attempting to lure minors. Twenty-five-year-old Eudy Najera-Arita, an illegal alien from Honduras, was arrested in Delaware County, PA, in connection with two luring attempts of minors and exposing himself to one of the girls. As has been my practice in these cases, I reached out to Immigration and Customs Enforcement to get his immigration history. I asked if Najera-Arita was previously deported and reentered unknowingly or if he had been in this country undetected until local police picked him up on April 9. To my shock, it was neither. He was known to immigration officials, but was indeed never deported.
“Eudy Najera-Arita, 25, an unlawfully present citizen of Honduras, was arrested Nov. 28, 2012, by U.S. Border Patrol (USBP) as he attempted to enter the United States illegally,” said an ICE official on background. “On May 16, 2016, an immigration judge administratively closed his case as he was not considered an enforcement priority at the time.”
Here we have a single adult illegal alien who was apprehended by Border Patrol and was never deported. Somehow, he got into the immigration court docket rather than being removed immediately and had his case closed and was released, as was a common practice by immigration judges during the Obama administration.
Many of you might be wondering, why is it that, even aside from those claiming asylum, it seems like it takes years upon years to deport a single illegal alien, including the new ones who come here. Intermittently, “immigration judges” seem to have the power to block deportations. Or do they? --->
Read the rest from Daniel Horowitz HERE.

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