Saturday, February 19, 2022

Mayorkas is a Pathological Liar and Sociopath: Victims of Immigrant Crime Advocate Tears Into Biden's DHS Head for Opposing 'deporting ANYONE' and Demands He Be 'put behind bars'

  • President of the Advocates for Victims of Illegal Alien Crime Don Rosenberg told that DHS Secretary Alejandro Mayorkas is a 'pathological lair' 
  • DHS claimed that rather than using the required 'notice and comment' period for a rule change in September, it engaged in 'listening sessions' with the AVIAC 
  • Rosenberg says, and is quoted by the lawsuit, as saying that is not true 
  • The advocate also says Mayorkas 'doesn't want to deport anybody' 
  • DHS issue new rules for ICE that deprioritizes deportation for illegal immigrants criminals he doesn't see as a threat to public safety 
  • This apparently includes drunk driving and hit-and-run perpetrators
The man leading a group advocating for victims of illegal immigrant criminals says it's time to put Homeland Security Alejandro Mayorkas behind bars after he issued a rule in the fall deprioritizing deportation of certain illegal aliens who committed crimes in the U.S.
Increased attention on illegal alien crime comes after Mayorkas released new rules in the fall deprioritizing deportation for nonresident criminals he feels are not a threat to public safety.
Don Rosenberg, President of Advocates for Victims of Illegal Alien Crime (AVIAC), claims that Mayorkas' latest rules are further proof that the man running the immigration system in the U.S. is a 'sociopath' who doesn't want any people deported who are illegally in the country.
'He [Mayorkas] doesn't want to deport anyone,' Rosenberg told in an interview.
'That's his focus,' he added. 'But he knows he can't just flat out come and say that. However, he did, twice now. But the most recent, I guess, last week saying that being in the country illegally, in and of itself, is not a reason for deportation.'
'Well, no, it's the only reason for deportation,' Rosenberg said.
In the Guidelines for the Enforcement of Civil Immigration Law, Mayorkas said 'the fact an individual is a removable noncitizen therefore should not alone be the basis of an enforcement action against them.'
'We will use our discretion and focus our enforcement resources in a more targeted way. Justice and our country's well-being require it,' he added in the memo sent to Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) on September 30, 2021.
The bigger issue at hand, Rosenberg notes, is that not only are these individuals living in the U.S. without consequence, but also many of them will go on to commit crimes and will not face deportation as punishment for those incursions.
ICE has now rescinded or deprioritized detainers – or request for deportation – of many criminals who the Biden administration doesn't see as a real threat, according to Mayorkas' memo.
The DHS head notes that there are three criteria for prioritized deportation: the individual is a terrorist or threat to national security, they have recently crossed the border or they are a threat to public safety.
'The long and short of it is, Mayorkas, who we've called to resign, we've called for Biden to fire him, we've called for him to be impeached, he now needs to be charged with a felony,' Rosenberg insisted.
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