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Thursday, May 25, 2017

Illegal aliens fear Trump

Good news out of Philadelphia. Illegal aliens are afraid President Trump will deport them.

This alarms the globalist and Marxist editorial board of the Philadelphia Inquirer.

In an editorial written perhaps to boost a staff member's chance win a Pulitzer next year, the board wrote:
In a special report titled “The Undocumented,” staff writer Luis Ferré Sadurni shared stories of immigrants who entered the country illegally or overstayed their visas and are now living in fear that any day might bring their arrest by the Department of Homeland Security Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE).
These are men and women living otherwise law-abiding lives and making positive contributions to their communities. Arresting them and sending them back to their homelands would needlessly break up families and, despite all the hot rhetoric to the contrary, would do little to nothing to make America safer or more prosperous. 
The board cited a hotel housekeeper, a worker at a dry cleaners, and the owner of a dry cleaners.

Why didn't the editorial cite these 248 people:
Nearly 250 people were arrested in the last two weeks in Pennsylvania, Delaware and West Virginia by officers with U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement, according to a press release issued by the federal agency this week.
Few details about individual arrests were released, though ICE did provide information about broader reasons for the arrests and detainments. 
  • Fifty people arrested previously have been removed from the United States.
  • One hundred twenty have a conviction on their record and/or pending charges.
The agency's active field office director, Jennifer Ritchey, said in a statement that several of those arrested had detainers issued for them that the city of Philadelphia "failed to honor."
“In the Philadelphia area, ICE arrested several at large criminal aliens in which the agency had issued detainers but the City of Philadelphia failed to honor them and released the individuals from custody — a situation that puts the public at unnecessary risk," she said. ICE will continue to conduct targeted enforcement operations, whether local jurisdictions intend to cooperate with ICE or not.”
The newspaper should be reaming out the Philadelphia police for endangering the lives of city residents by not helping remove criminals.

I mean if the newspaper were sincere about not deporting those who have not committed other crimes, then it would be demanding the deportation of the criminals. Instead the newspaper is snivelingly silent on deporting criminals.

The editorial has all the sincerity of a Clinton promise.

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  1. Awww. I am hoping for an exodus after school is out. Miles of cars pulling trailers full of junk at the international bridge in Laredo heading back to Mexico with all their kids so they don't get "deported" and have a fingerprint record to determine their true identity. If they don't leave voluntarily they can't take their stuff with them and their relatives, neighbors, fellow cartel flunkies will steal it all. Git while the gittin' is good.

  2. The Inky's been a Lefty disgrace since it was bought by Knight-Ridder.

    Funny how somebody actually doing something gets results.

  3. The Democrat press is concerned because their party is increasingly reliant upon this demographic to supply margins in areas they still control.

  4. "Presidents don't write laws. They enforce them."

    Police officers also take an oath to enforce the laws. All laws. They are derelict in their duties and should be fired. - Elric

    1. Yes, but they can't go against the Chief and the mayor and the city administration, who tell them NOT to enforce certain laws. All they can do is quit.

    2. A fish rots from the head down. Any Chief or Mayor who gives such orders should be removed and prosecuted. - Elric

  5. Never been to Philly and never will. When was the last time you heard of something even remotely patriotic happening there? Phuck Philly. King's Pizza here in Hedgesville makes a damn good steak and cheese. I'll keep my business local, thanks very much.

  6. Philly is another Democrat "success story". Get the historical items out of there, stop wasting federal funds on it, and run off all the Obamadreamers there. Then leave that "socialist workers paradise rot.

  7. Somebody really needs to explain to me how sending everyone back to the country they came from "breaks up families."

    I'll wait.