China Joe Expected To Rollback Illegal Alien Deportations

If a foreigner who was going through the naturalization process was convicted of minor crimes they’d be summarily asked to leave, and deported if they don’t. Someone who’s illegally present in the US? Nah, they’re good

Joe Biden Expected to Roll Back Deportations for Illegal Alien Drunk Drivers, Assailants

President Joe Biden’s administration is expected to roll back deportations starting this week for illegal aliens who have been convicted of drunk driving, simple assault, and a number of drug crimes.

Internal communications reviewed by the Washington Post, and nearly confirmed by White House press secretary Jen Psaki, details how the Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) agency under Biden’s direction will not prioritize deportations for illegal aliens convicted of a number of crimes, all of which have American victims.

The Post reports:

Agents will no longer seek to deport immigrants for crimes such as driving under the influence and assault, and will focus instead on national security threats, recent border crossers and people completing prison and jail terms for aggravated felony convictions. [Emphasis added]

“Generally, these convictions would not include drug based crimes (less serious offenses), simple assault, DUI, money laundering, property crimes, fraud, tax crimes, solicitation, or charges without convictions,” acting director Tae Johnson told senior officials in a Thursday email advising them on how to operate while new guidelines are finalized. [Emphasis added]

So, if an illegal alien assaults you after hitting your car while drunk, or robs your house, you shouldn’t expect the China Joe administration to follow federal law and deport the person. Feeling good yet?

The internal emails sent to ICE agents suggests illegal aliens are only considered threats to the public if they are convicted of aggravated felonies, can be proven to be gang members, or have a history of violence.

Even then, if we go by what happened during Obama’s time in office, they might not be deported. An aggravated felony? How about any felony, period?

Also part of the new guidelines expected this week is a provision forcing agents to get approval from acting ICE Director Tae Johnson to make arrests of any illegal aliens who are not in prisons or jails. As part of that approval process, agents would have to justify to Johnson why the illegal alien should get priority for arrest and deportation.

Why? Because they are in violation of U.S. federal law. Why is it that illegals are allowed to get off while regular citizens would be prosecuted?

For context, ICE arrests tens of thousands of illegal aliens every year who are convicted of have pending charges for crimes like drunk driving, assault, drug possession, and fraud. In 2019, for example, illegal aliens arrested by ICE had more than 74,500 convictions or charges involving drunk driving, more than 68,000 charges or convictions of traffic offenses, nearly 46,000 charges or convictions for assault, and more than 12,000 charges or convictions for fraud.

So, basically, almost none will be allowed to be arrested, because no way can Johnson give approval for that many arrests. A goodly chunk of that fraud affects U.S. citizens. They get to have their lives ruined while the illegal gets to wander free, and then will get prioritized for a Democrat amnesty.

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3 Responses to “China Joe Expected To Rollback Illegal Alien Deportations”

  1. Professor Hale says:

    Rollback = only people escaping communism will be sent back.

  2. Jack Fisher says:

    In some counties in California illegals who are in deportation proceedings can petition state courts to change a record of conviction of deportable crimes to crimes that don’t trigger deportation.

  3. Hairy says:

    Teach doesn’t it take a court ruling here in the USA to determine if a person has acted illegally ?

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