The administration is not deporting criminal illegal aliens and it is being done for a purpose.
Remember the administration’s line about focusing on deportation of “felons not families?” They’re not doing that either.
Deportations of criminal aliens are down 30% in the first six months of fy2015.
House Judiciary Committee Chairman Robert W. Goodlatte released the data which also showed that the 30,558 criminal aliens ICE knowingly released back into the community in 2014 had amassed nearly 80,000 convictions, including 250 homicides, 186 kidnappings and 373 sexual assaults.
Also according to the statistics, the aliens released by ICE had amassed 13,636 convictions for driving under the influence, 1,589 weapons offenses, 994 aggravated assaults, 56 arsons and 31 smuggling offenses.
The Washington Times reported on April 14th that during the hearing with ICE head, Sarah Saldana, she said she would take steps to require senior managers to review the releases in the future.
It’s not very reassuring.
The administration claims that many of the releases are required by law in accordance with an older Supreme Court ruling, Zadvydas v. Davis which states immigrants can’t be held indefinitely and if their home countries won’t take them back, they must eventually be released.
However, only 2,457 of those 30,000 criminal aliens who were cut loose were done so because of Zadvydas.
Ms. Saladana claims she is following federal law and releasing those held too long for their crimes.
“The nonsensical actions of this administration demonstrate its lack of desire to enforce the law even against unlawful aliens convicted of serious crimes,” Mr. Goodlatte said
It is time to wake up. The Obama administration is using any excuse, any lie, abusing our laws to flood the country with illegals, including criminal illegals.
Safety of the American people is of no concern.
There are no good intentions nor are they naive. It is being done deliberately. This is the voting base in our future country of one-party rule – our near-future socialist state.