Democratic Congresswoman Linda Sanchez said, “essentially anybody who has an immigration status violation is a priority for deportation. The message is that everybody is at risk.”
Well, not everybody.
Just the 11 million people who are here illegally.
From the Orange County Register:
Supporters of immigration restrictions have applauded the changes.
“This removes a lot of the restrictions that were put on ICE agents,” said Jessica Vaughan, policy studies director at the Center for Immigration Studies. President Donald Trump has essentially taken the handcuffs off immigration enforcement agents, she said.
“ICE is not going to have to wait for someone to commit a terrible crime or ignore someone that they encounter on the street,” Vaughan said. “They can go back to enforcing the law.”We enforce all other laws.
Try violating Clean Air or Clean Water laws by operating an "undocumented coal mine."
In fact from the EPA to the Department of Labor, ICE may be the only agency that is not constantly issuing evermore rules and regulations to boss people around.
We elected Trump president to turn that around. Reduce the regulations on the law-abiding and deport the people who are here illegally.
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