Saturday, March 2, 2024

Biden’s Bloody Hands: Illegal Crime Wave is Direct Result of His Immigration Policy; Biden Admin Hit with Subpoena On Illegal Immigrants Charged with Violent Crimes, Murder

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Biden’s bloody hands:
Illegal crime wave is direct result of his immigration policy
“The idea that anyone will be deported without actually having committed a felony or a serious crime is going to end in my administration,” then-candidate Joe Biden promised while campaigning in December 2019.
On his first day as president, Mr. Biden delivered, signing an executive order that would rescind all deportations in his first 100 days in office. Although the order was immediately blocked by a federal judge, Mr. Biden found other ways to keep illegal aliens in the U.S.
In February 2021, Mr. Biden neutered U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement’s ability to deport. It issued guidance preventing ICE agents from arresting anyone outside of a jail or prison without permission from headquarters and instructed agents to prioritize arrests of immigrants who had crossed the border illegally to those suspected of engaging in terrorism or spying.
Many at the time said the guidance essentially abolished ICE without actually eliminating it.
“The men and women of ICE, they took an oath to enforce immigration laws,” Tom Homan, who served as acting ICE director under former President Donald Trump, said at the time. “It’s unfortunate they can’t do the job. … And it’s unfortunate that many criminals are going to be walking the streets of America because this administration simply thinks they’re not important enough to take off the streets.”
Alas, Mr. Homan’s prediction has come true.
Last month, according to local authorities, illegal immigrant Alonzo Pierre Mingo impersonated a UPS deliveryman and shot three people in the head in a Minnesota house as two children under the age of 5 watched.
Mingo had a 2020 conviction in federal court for being a felon in possession of a gun and previous convictions in Illinois for aggravated battery and two weapons-related offenses.
On Friday, illegal immigrant Jose Antonio Ibarra was arrested and charged with felony murder, aggravated battery, kidnapping, concealing the death of another and other charges related to the slaying of Georgia nursing student Laken Riley.
Mr. Ibarra, a Venezuelan migrant, crossed the border in El Paso, Texas, on Sept. 8, 2022. He was sent to a processing center, was quickly released, and boarded a bus to New York. While in the Big Apple, Mr. Ibarra was arrested on charges of endangering the welfare of a child. He later moved to Georgia to pursue a better job.
Ms. Riley’s killing was just one of many violent crimes attributed to some of the roughly 7.2 million illegals who have entered the country during Mr. Biden’s tenure.
In 2022 — the same year Mr. Ibarra crossed the U.S. border — it was widely reported that the anti-American socialist regime of Nicolas Maduro was deliberately releasing Venezuela’s violent prisoners early, including inmates convicted of murder, rape and extortion, and pushing them to join caravans heading for the United States. --->READ MORE HERE
Ting Shen
Biden Admin hit with subpoena on illegal immigrants charged with violent crimes, murder
Rep Jim Jordan says response has been 'woefully inadequate'
House Judiciary Committee Chair Jim Jordan on Tuesday subpoenaed the Department of Health and Human Services for the case files of a number of illegal immigrants who entered the U.S. as children and went on to be charged with violent crimes, including murder.
Jordan has been requesting case files since the summer of the illegal immigrants, who he says have been charged with crimes including theft, assault and murder, but he says the response from HHS has been "woefully inadequate."
Initially, Jordan said in a letter to HHS Secretary Xavier Becerra, HHS cited the privacy interests of those charged and "asserted that the Committee lacked a legitimate oversight purpose to obtain the case files."
The back-and-forth over the files continued through November, until HHS offered to allow committee members to review documents on camera if officials agreed not to photograph or record documents and provide three days of notice prior to the release of any information obtained.
This drew objections from the committee, who said the files are not classified or restricted.
"HHS’s attempt to unilaterally limit or in any way dictate how a Congressional committee lawfully uses materials to inform potential legislative reforms constitutes unacceptable interference with the workings of a coordinate branch of government and cannot be considered a good faith accommodation," Jordan wrote. --->READ MORE HERE
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