Friday, February 26, 2021

The Biden-Made Border Crisis; ICE Reins in Officers' Ability to Arrest ILLEGALS; Biden Plan Brings Deported Illegal Aliens Back to U.S. to Get Amnesty, and related stories

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The Biden-Made Border Crisis:
The border crisis isn’t coming; it’s already here.
It is here because the left is actively encouraging, incentivizing, and facilitating it.
Team Biden, while on the campaign trail and now firmly ensconced in the White House, put out the message loud and clear to those south of the border: Come over illegally, and we will release you, protect you from deportation, and give you amnesty.
It is waving in illegal aliens like a third base coach telling his star base runner to head home.
We have warned for years about the need to secure the border, fully enforce our immigration laws, and close loopholes via legislation. But Congress did not act. Now, President Joe Biden’s administration is turning off fundamental enforcement and security measures and promising mass amnesties.
And the predictable surge is upon us. --->READ MORE HERE
Provided by Washington Examiner
ICE reins in officers' ability to arrest illegal immigrants:
Immigration and Customs Enforcement rolled out new measures Thursday that limit the categories of immigrants its officers can arrest within the United States.
Immigrants who committed less serious crimes now will not be prioritized for arrest, and officers will have to get permission by managers to pursue those people. Under the Trump administration, they did not need permission.
Instead, new temporary internal guidance from acting ICE Director Tae Johnson states that the only immigrants the agency’s Enforcement and Removal Operations officers will take into custody without first obtaining permission are immigrants who are illegally residing in the U.S. and considered to be a national security, border security, or public safety threat.
The instructions are good for approximately 90 days until Homeland Security Secretary Alejandro Mayorkas issues official guidance on how the agency should make arrests. --->READ MORE HERE
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