Open Borders Advocates Upset Over Deported Iraqi Man Who Died

People commit crimes all the time and are forced to pay the penalty. Being in the U.S. unlawfully is also, get this, a crime, for which the basic penalty is deportation. It doesn’t matter how long you were here, you aren’t authorized. But, sure, we can have some compassion. The media and the Open Borders Advocates are freaking over this story, but, you have to read deep, well beyond where most have moved to a different story after being Outrage, to find something interesting

Iraqi man dies after Trump administration deports him

A 41-year-old Detroit man deported to Iraq in June died Tuesday, according to the American Civil Liberties Union and two people close to the man’s family.

The man, Jimmy Aldaoud, spent most of his life in the U.S., but was swept up in President Donald Trump’s intensified immigration enforcement efforts.

Edward Bajoka, an immigration attorney who described himself as close to Aldaoud’s family, wrote on Facebook that the death appeared to be linked to the man’s inability to obtain insulin in Baghdad to treat his diabetes. Aldaoud was an Iraqi national, but he was born in Greece and came to the U.S. as a young child, his family friend said. He had never lived in Iraq and did not speak Arabic, according to Bajoka.

“Rest In Peace Jimmy,” Bajoka wrote. “Your blood is on the hands of ICE and this administration.”

Huh. On Trump’s hands, not Obama’s?

The battle over the fate of Iraqis with final orders of removal began shortly after Trump took office.

The government of Iraq in 2017 agreed to accept deportees after previously refusing to cooperate with repatriations. Reuters reported at the time that the concession was part of an agreement to remove Iraq from the list of restricted countries in Trump’s original travel ban.

Said final deportation order occurred under Obama. Further, in almost the last paragraph

According to the ACLU and a POLITICO search of court records, Aldaoud had a criminal conviction for disorderly conduct and served 17 months for a home invasion.

If you’re in the country illegally, or even here under temporary refugee status or something similar, you get deported when you commit a crime which puts you in jail for 17 months. If someone was applying for citizenship and did this, they’d have that status revoked and ordered out. You feel bad for Bajoka, but, this was all on him. Not on ICE, not on Trump. There are penalties for breaking the law.

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2 Responses to “Open Borders Advocates Upset Over Deported Iraqi Man Who Died”

  1. Mike-SMO says:

    Poor Baby. Being held accountable for his actions. Did he think he was a real Ghettocrat and immune from the law? Home Invasion. There has got to be a good story there. Maybe he thought that he was in France or Germany where the new invaders are invisible to the law. What ever, problem solved.

  2. Dana says:

    Our esteemed host wrote:

    You feel bad for Bajoka, but, this was all on him.

    No, actually, I don’t feel bad for Jimmy Aldaoud, not bad at all. He was a thug, a man with twenty priors, including assault with a deadly weapon, assault and battery and domestic violence, and we were well rid of him. That he went to his eternal reward early makes the world a better place.

    If he’d been allowed to stay in the United States, he’d have been sucking up our welfare costs and committing crimes in the future.

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