ICE Arrests Dozens Of Criminal Illegals In Sanctuary City


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ICE Arrests Dozens Of Criminal Illegals In Sanctuary City

The Democrats have been fighting hard to abolish ICE. The agency tasked with enforcing our immigration laws. Recently they conducted a raid on Newark, New Jersey. A huge majority of the people arrested had a criminal record. Something Neward presumably kept from federal authorities.According to Town Hall:

Immigration and Customs Enforcement, an agency many Democrats want to abolish, recently conducted a raid in Newark, New Jersey and arrested dozens of illegal aliens. The overwhelming majority have serious criminal records.

ICE targeted Illegal aliens who had been incarcerated in the Middlesex County Jail and released into the community by local law enforcement without notice to federal immigration officials. The aliens arrested had ICE detainers that were not honored. Newark is a “sanctuary city.”

“Of those arrested, 16 subjects had been previously released by MCJ without honoring the ICE detainer and 78% had prior criminal convictions or pending criminal charges. The individuals arrested as part of the operation were nationals of Brazil, Dominican Republic, Ecuador, El Salvador, Guatemala, Haiti, Honduras, India, Ivory Coast, Mexico, Nigeria, Peru, and Turkey,” ICE released Friday. “These individuals range from 21 to 68 years old and all were previously arrested or convicted of a variety of offenses. Some of the arrests and convictions included: aggravated criminal sexual contact, aggravated assault, DUI, hindering apprehension, endangering the welfare of a child, battery, theft, burglary, possession of a weapon, forgery, domestic violence assault, disorderly conduct, and illegal entry.”

“ERO [Enforcement and Removal] New Jersey will continue to enforce ICE’s commitment to public safety,” Acting Field Office Director of ERO in Newark Ruben Perez released in a statement. “Middlesex county, which aspires to be a ‘sanctuary county’ by protecting criminal aliens, in the process assists criminals in undermining federal law, and creates a dangerous environment in the community. It also overburdens local law enforcement. ICE will continue to execute its mission in such communities.”

These Democrat policies will continue to put American’s at risk. But it looks like ICE is doing its best to keep America safe.Read more at

34 Democrats Who Voted to Abolish ICE!

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The 34 Dems That Voted To Abolish ICE

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The Democrats have a death wish, in more ways than one – they actually want to abolish ICE. This should cost them heavily in the Midterms. Yesterday, the Republicans overwhelmingly passed a bill supporting ICE!



Since Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez beat longtime incumbent Rep. Joe Crowley (D-N.Y.) a few weeks ago, liberals have been running scared at the prospect of being attacked by their left-wing base for supporting the Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE). President Trump tweeted early this morning that they must have a death wish because voters will reject their extreme position on immigration.


We put together the list of the liberals that refused to vote yes on the resolution supporting ICE. Some are longtime open borders types and aren’t that surprising; others were scared into their radical vote and may have to answer for it at the ballot box. Click through the list and see if your congressman made the list; some are from places that will surprise you.






1.) Raul Grijalva (AZ)

2.) Adam Schiff (CA)

3.) Jared Huffman (CA)

4.) Eric Swalwell (CA)

5.) Juan Vargas (CA)

6.) Mark DeSaulnier (CA)

7.) Jimmy Panetta (CA)

8.) Luis Correa (CA)

9.) Jimmy Gomez (CA)

10.) Darren Soto (FL)

11.) Val Demings (FL)

12.) Danny Davis (IL)

13.) Luis Gutierrez (IL)

14.) Bobby Rush (IL)

15.) Jan Schakowsky (IL)

16.) Anthony Brown (MD)

17.) Lacy Clay Jr. (MO)

18.) Emanuel Cleaver II (MO)

19.) Bennie Thompson (MS)

20.) Joe Crowley (NY)

21.) Gregory Meeks (NY)

22.) Jose Serrano (NY)

23.) Nydia Velazquez (NY)

24.) Yvette Clarke (NY)

25.) Paul Tonko (NY)

26.) Adriano Espaillat (NY)

27.) Lloyd Doggett (TX)

28.) Sheila Jackson Lee (TX)

29.) Eddie Johnson (TX)

30.) Al Green (TX)

31.) Beto O’Rourke (TX)

32.) Joaquin Castro (TX)

33.) Mark Veasey (TX)

34.) Filemon Vela (TX)

My Comment:  8 From California, 8 From Texas and 7 from New York.  Voters take note.  Don’t vote for these traitors again unless you want to live in crime filled dangerous cities where people from 3rd world countries literally shit on the sidewalk as in San Francisco!




The growing Democratic divide over icing ICE

As the “abolish ICE” movement takes off, party leaders say their current priority is still mending the agency, not ending it.
by Rebecca Shabad / 
Image: Immigration activists rally to protest against the Trump Administration's immigration policy in Washington

Immigration activists carry a sign calling for the abolishment of ICE, U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement, during rally to protest the Trump Administration’s immigration policy outside the Department of Justice in Washington on June 30, 2018.Joshua Roberts / Reuters

WASHINGTON — The question of whether to abolish ICE, the government agency at the forefront of enforcing the Trump administration border policy, has emerged as a Democratic fault line this summer — and in recent weeks, the gulf between the two camps has only appeared to widen.

Several Senate Democrats — including potential 2020 presidential candidates Kirsten Gillibrand of New York and Elizabeth Warren of Massachusetts — have joined dozens of insurgent challengers calling for Congress to abolish the the U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement agency, as Rep. Mark Pocan, D-Wis., develops legislation that would do just that.

There are signs the base is warming to the idea of icing ICE. Massive immigration marches nationwide less than two weeks ago featured signs and chants to abolish the agency. And in a result that shocked the party establishment late last month, challenger Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez — who ran a primary campaign pledging to push for the agency’s closure — defeated incumbent Rep. Joe Crowley, D-N.Y.

“We should abolish ICE and start over, focusing on our priorities to protect our families and our borders in a humane and thoughtful fashion,” Rep. Earl Blumenauer, D-Ore., said in a Medium post. Rep. Raul Grijalva, D-Ariz., said on MSNBC on Wednesday that he also believed ICE should be abolished. “They are carrying out the policies of this administration, which I think has damaged not only their reputation but their credibility,” he said.

Pocan’s bill has not yet been formally unveiled, with spokesman Ron Boehmer telling NBC that the legislation — which is also being led by Reps. Adriano Espaillat, D-N.Y., and Pramila Jayapal, D-Wash., — has just two co-sponsors so far: Reps. Earl Blumenauer, D-Ore., and Jim McGovern, D-Mass.

Meanwhile, other possible 2020 Democratic contenders — along with party leaders in both Houses, and a swarm of red and purple state incumbents — have pushed for a more cautious approach.

Sen. Harris: We must


Sen. Kamala Harris, D-Calif., said in an interview on MSNBC’s “Kasie DC” last month that she’s in favor of re-examining the agency — though she stopped short of calling for its dissolution. “I think we have to re-examine ICE, and we need to probably think about starting from scratch because there’s a lot that is wrong with the way that it’s conducting itself and we need to deal with that.” Sen. Bernie Sanders, Vt.-I, asked whether the agency should be abolished, avoided addressing the question directly. “I think what we need is to create policies which deal with immigration in a rational way,” he said on CNN last month.

Party leadership has struck a similar note, with House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi, D-Calif., via a spokesman, calling for “an immediate and fundamental overhaul” of the agency.

“We’ve got a heroin epidemic in Ohio — we need an enforcement mechanism,” said Ryan. “If there are crimes committed in Ohio, selling heroin, being a part of the drug trade, other violent crimes, we need an enforcement mechanism in place to get people out of the country immediately.”

With Democrats in the minority in both houses of Congress, any “abolish ICE” measure would serve more as a mission statement than a strategy. The best — though unlikely — option available to Democrats heading into the fall would likely be to try to use the leverage they’ve had in recent spending votes to force GOP leaders to consider changes to the way ICE does business, and to its funding. The question is whether those attempts would be enough to unify the caucus — or to satisfy a base looking for more.

The biggest concrete outcome of a tougher Democratic push to abolish ICE, Ryan said, could be to strengthen the president’s hand politically. “I will just say that there will be real consequences for us if we don’t put forth realistic proposals that will help solve this problem,” he said. “We will open ourselves up to the critique that we are just talking about the immigration and reform piece without talking about the security piece.”

It’s an assessment Trump himself seems to share. “The Liberal Left, also known as the Democrats, want to get rid of ICE, who do a fantastic job, and want Open Border. Crime would be rampant and uncontrollable!” he tweeted last week. Vice President Mike Pence addressed the agency, telling agents that “calls to abolish ICE are not just outrageous, they’re irresponsible,” Pence said. “In this White House, let me be clear: We are with you 100 percent.”

And the official White House Twitter account launched attacks on both Warren and Harris over the issue last week — despite the fact that the California senator had not actually come out in support of efforts to end the agency.

Image: Nancy Pelosi and Chuck Schumer
House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi, D-Calif., and Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer, D-N.Y., confer on May 10, 2018.J. Scott Applewhite / AP file

And so some Democrats critical of ICE itself and calls for its closure have found themselves doing battle with both the agency’s supporters and its critics — attacking the agency, and defending its current role as essential.

“Look, ICE does some functions that are very much needed,” Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer, D-N.Y., told reporters last week. “Reform ICE? Yes. That’s what I think we should do. It needs reform.”

“We need an agency at the border that deals with migration and commerce,” Sen. Ben Cardin, D-Md., said in an interview Thursday on MSNBC’s “Morning Joe. “So I’m for an agency, but I’m against the policies that are being implemented by this administration and the way ICE is doing it.”

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