WHOA! Have You Seen ALL THIS On Illegals and the Border Battle Today?

This is unnerving, disturbing, unsettling, horrid and so many other things. Have you seen the Drudge Report today? Check out the latest headlines just about illegals, border control, criminal illegals …… etc ….. etc…


Enforcement? What Enforcement? 

Three recent items highlight the continuing collapse of interior immigration enforcement under Obama. The first is information pried out of DHS by Senators Grassley and Sessions: One hundred twenty-one convicted criminals who faced deportation orders between 2010 and 2014 were never removed from the country and now face murder charges, according to Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE). Just to be clear, these were convicted criminals, in ICE custody, who had been ordered deported but were instead released back into U.S. communities, and then went on to murder Americans.

Read more at: Obama Admin gives tips to illegals on getting work permits...


ICE director says no one fired for releasing more than 65,000 criminal aliens:

As Twitchy reported earlier today, testimony from a House Oversight hearing on a massive security compromise of federal computer systems led a number of people to ask just what it would take for a federal employee to be fired, or at the very least shamed into resigning. Office of Personnel Management director Katherine Archuleta was reportedly offered chances to apologize and resign but “declined to do either.”

This afternoon, House subcommittees on national security and on health care, benefits, and administrative rules met to discuss President Obama’s 2014 executive actions on immigration, which allowed illegal aliens to apply for deferred action status, which protected them from deportation and authorized them to work legally in the United States. Those aliens would then be eligible to obtain Social Security numbers and other government benefits.

Among those to testify was U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement director Sarah Saldaña, and Townhall editor Katie Pavlich also makes the case that it’s high time for some high-level government firings.

READ MORE AT: ICE Director says no one fired for releasing 65,000 criminal aliens onto streets...

Feds: 5K immigrant detainees in Arizona have criminal records. 

PHOENIX — Nearly 5,000 Arizona immigrant detainees with criminal records were released from custody, a federal agency has acknowledged.

Of those, 121 later committed fatal crimes.

The National Review reported that the Department of Homeland Security said that the detainees charged with murder had been jailed and let out from 2010 to 2014.

A letter from the director of Immigrations and Customs, Sarah Saldana, to U.S. Sen. Jeff Flake (R-Ariz.) and Senate Judiciary Chairman Chuck Grassley was recently made public.

READ MORE AT: 5,000 freed in Arizona...


34 convicted aliens arrested statewide during immigration enforcement. ICE crews execute month long initiative to arrest, deport convicted aliens:

MADISON, Wis. – Thirty-four people arrested in Wisconsin after a month-long initiative by immigration officials to arrest and deport convicted aliens, according to a release.

Two hundred eighty convicted criminal aliens were arrested in six Midwest states during a month-long initiative that ended Saturday, officials said.

The enforcement operation started May 18, and is the ….

READ MORE AT: 280 arrested in Midwest for robbery, burglary, battery, hit and run...

GOP Senators Demand ICE Answers on Repeat-Offender Criminal Illegals.

Three GOP senators are demanding Immigration and Customs Enforcement officials explain how 156 undocumented immigrant criminals “incredibly” managed to become repeat offenders — yet were never deported.

Iowa Sen. Chuck Grassley, who chairs the Senate’s Judiciary Committee, reports ICE has disclosed that of 33,007 illegal immigrants with criminal records released from government custody in 2013, 1,000 were convicted of additional crimes — and 156 were then re-arrested and re-released a second time instead of getting deported.

“Incredibly, as though releasing these criminal aliens one time is not bad enough, ICE once again released from its custody at least 156 of these repeat offenders back into our neighborhoods, instead of deporting them,” Grassley writes in a letter to ICE Assistant Secretary Sarah Saldana.

READ MORE AT: Caught, released, caught and released again...

Mark Zuckerberg’s Cynical Ploy to Get Cheap Foreign Labor:

There are two kinds of commemorative days/weeks/months. There’s the nonprofit, “awareness” type, such as Black History Month or World Down Syndrome Day, intended to show solidarity for some cause. Then there’s the for-profit, commercial variety, like International Pickle Week or California Dried Plum Digestive Health Month, which are simply business marketing campaigns.

And then there’s the profit-seeking effort masquerading as cause-promotion. That’s what June’s Immigrant Heritage Month is.

READ MORE AT: Zuckerberg's cynical ploy for cheap foreign labor...


MEXICO CITY (AP) — Mexico now deports more Central American migrants than the United States, a dramatic shift since the U.S. asked Mexico for help a year ago with a spike in illegal migration, especially among unaccompanied minors.

Between October and April, Mexico apprehended 92,889 Central Americans. In the same time period, the United States detained 70,226 “other than Mexican” migrants, the vast majority from Guatemala, Honduras and El Salvador.

That was a huge reversal from the same period a year earlier, when the wave of migrants and unaccompanied minors from Central America was building. From October 2013 to April 2014, the United States apprehended 159,103 “other than Mexicans,” three times the 49,893 Central Americans detained by Mexico.

READ MORE AT: Mexico Now Deporting More Than USA...
'Dramatic shift'...


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