Saturday, May 25, 2019

It Turns Out That Keeping Waves of ILLEGALS Out of Our Communities is a Bipartisan Goal

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In retrospect, Donald Trump locked up the Republican presidential nomination the day he announced his candidacy. In words that will forever be etched in the minds of voters who were captivated by his boldness, Trump came down the escalator at Trump Tower on June 16, 2015, and announced, “The U.S. has become a dumping ground for everybody else’s problems.” He spoke directly to the unspoken concern of millions of Americans when he declared, “When Mexico sends its people, they’re not sending their best. … They’re sending people that have lots of problems, and they’re bringing those problems with us. They’re bringing drugs. They’re bringing crime. They’re rapists. And some, I assume, are good people.”
Fast-forward four years later, and I think any border agent would tell you they would love to go back to the level of border problems they were dealing with in 2015 before the mass migration from Central America, and now, 50 other countries. During the month that Trump delivered the famous speech, there were 38,611 apprehensions at the border, and only a fraction of them were released. Now, over 100,000 are being apprehended every month. ICE has released 168,000 just since December 21, and another 33,000 were released directly by Customs and Border Protection (CBP) from March 19 to early May without ever having been processed in an ICE holding facility. The criminal elements are more empowered than ever to bring in gangs, criminals, and drugs. Indeed, America is a bigger dumping ground than ever before.
After vigorous protest from local officials, the DHS announced that it has no plans to dump illegal immigrants apprehended at the Texas-Mexico border into Broward and Palm Beach Counties, Florida. On Saturday, acting CBP Commissioner John P. Sanders announced that “contrary to inaccurate reports in the press, CBP has no plans to transport people in our custody to northern or coastal border facilities, which include Border Patrol stations in Florida.” Instead, what CBP has been doing is “transporting hundreds of families by bus and aircraft from the U.S. Border Patrol’s severely overcrowded processing facilities to less-crowded stations along the Southwest border.”
By declaring reports of sending illegal immigrants to Florida as “inaccurate,” the acting CBP commissioner is seemingly stating that there never were such plans, not just that they changed their mind. It sure doesn’t seem that way from the fact that the Palm Beach County sheriff claims he was told by a local Miami Border Patrol official this was going to happen. In a recorded statement, Sheriff Ric Bradshaw said, “It appears that Border Patrol has backed off its initial plans to transport 1,000 illegal immigrants to South Florida.” (Emphasis added.) He thanked county residents for protesting the move “to stop what appeared to be a crisis for our community.”
Read the rest from Daniel Horowitz HERE.

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