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Obama and liberal judges blocked over 550,000 deportations of illegal aliens

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Post  Admin on Wed 13 Dec 2017, 7:11 pm

President Obama and liberal judges blocked over 550,000 deportations of illegal aliens
December 9, 2017
President Obama and liberal judges blocked over 550,000 deportations of illegal aliens
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Under President Obama, the federal government didn’t prioritize immigration enforcement. That’s actually an understatement. In fact, the entire Obama era seems to have been characterized by a complete and total failure to enforce the law.

A recent report by the Washington Examiner indicates the existence of a “deportation backlog of 550,000 illegal immigrants who were given temporary amnesty by former President Obama or simply let off the hook by liberal judges.”

The backlog is roughly equivalent to the population of Atlanta. That’s massive workload for Immigrations and Customs Enforcement (ICE), and it’s compounded by the problem of sanctuary cities who won’t cooperate with ICE official’s efforts to deport convicted criminal aliens.

ICE Officials Blame Obama Administration
The shocking numbers came to light in a recent question and answer session with ICE officials. Reporters asked Matthew T. Albence, the Executive Associate Director for Enforcement and Removal Operations, his thoughts on the situation starting with a question about the number of illegals in the backlog.

“Ballpark is going to be around 550,000,” Albence responded. He went on to explain why the number was so high: “for a large part of the last four or five years we’ve been unable to take enforcement action against those individuals.”

Albence explained that under the Obama administration, most deportation actions were delayed beginning in 2014. “Our officers had to turn their heads and walk the other way. So that’s a large part of that problem, the fact that we couldn’t enforce the law.”

ICE Acting Director Thomas D. Homan also blamed liberal judges, “We need to hold liberal judges accountable,” he said.

Homan went on to excoriate sanctuary cities refusal to even allow ICE officials into city jails to round up criminal illegals. “There has to be a consequence and a deterrence to illegal activity or the illegal activity won’t stop.”

Homan praised recent efforts, beginning when Trump took office. “We’ve made a lot of headway this year, more than I’ve seen in a long time, and we’ve got to keep going down this road. We’ve got to keep momentum going,” he said.

Arrests Up 40 Percent Under Trump
A government report released Tuesday reveals that since Trump took office, ICE arrests have surged 40 percent from the same period a year earlier, despite no increase in funding. The statistics indicate that deportation officers are now free to do their job without restrictions from the executive branch.

In February, then-Homeland Security Secretary John Kelly jettisoned the Obama administration’s plan to limit deportations to threats to public safety, convicted criminals, and recent border crossers. It’s a sensible policy, and it’s also consistent with federal laws.

It seems the Obama administration’s strategy was simply to obstruct the enforcement of the law, thus effectively legalizing illegal immigration.

This dovetails neatly with radical Democrat activists’ plan to import illegals and change the demographics of the country, turning red states like Texas blue and enhancing the long-term viability of the Democratic party.

Trump has chosen a different strategy. Address the real issues of the American people and enforce the laws of the nation.

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