Friday, November 17, 2017


EXCLUSIVE: One in five illegal immigrants trusted to live in the community GO MISSING before they are deported: Alarming rate of undocumented foreigners are absconding from the controversial 'Alternatives to Detention' program

  • ICE allows more than 73,000 foreigners to live in towns and cities across the US 

  • They are allowed in public, with certain restraints, before they are deported 

  • Program, known as ATD, is an alternative to being locked in detention centers 

  • But figures released to say ICE loses track of 18% of these people 

  • Includes alleged gang members and residents of Trump's travel ban countries

  • The majority that are allowed into the program are from Central America 

  • One person in the program was arrested for shooting and killing another man

  • Others have wreaked havoc in the towns where they have been relocated  

  • Watchdog group said the rate of absconders was alarming and questioned why ICE was relying on the expensive initiative 

Homeland Security is losing track of one in five illegal immigrants who have been trusted to live in communities before they are deported, can exclusively reveal.
Immigration and Customs Enforcement 
allows more than 73,000 foreigners to live in 
towns and cities across the United States as 
part of the controversial Alternatives to 
Detention (ATD) program.
Instead of being locked up in detention centers, they are allowed to relocate before they are processed and sent back to their native countries.
They are required to check in regularly with immigration officials or wear ankle bracelets so their movements can be tracked.
But figures released to through a Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) request states ICE is losing track of more than 18% of the individuals chosen to be part of the program - including suspected gang members and residents from President Trump's six travel ban countries.
Some have wreaked havoc in the communities they have been relocated to, while others are arrested for violent crimes.  
The shocking statistics have raised questions 
as to why potentially dangerous illegal 
immigrants are being placed in the program, 
which comes at a huge cost to taxpayers.  

Homeland Security is losing track of one in five illegal immigrants who have been trusted to live in communities before they are deported, can exclusively reveal (file picture)
This map shows the top three cities in the US with ATD immigrantswith Miami, Florida having the most (5,669)
This map shows the top three cities in the US with ATD immigrantswith Miami, Florida having the most (5,669)
The majority that are allowed into the program are from Central America.
The most (18,853) hail from El Salvador - a country that is struggling to deal with deadly gang violence.
Guatemala (18,280), Honduras (15,362) and Mexico (8,343) follow closely behind.
Of those enrolled, 212 come from Trump's eight travel ban countries.
Immigrants from Romania (1,128) and Armenia (251) make up the highest proportion from Europe, while India (701), Haiti (5,238) and China (701) also feature in the top countries. 
Eighteen are from Uzbekistan, the native country of Sayfullo Habibullaevic Saipov, the terror suspect accused of killing eight people by mowing down with a Home Depot truck in New York on Halloween.
He was on a visa and not in the program.  


The system was put in place by Immigration and Customs Enforcement as a way to make sure illegal immigrants to meet the requirements of their 'detention', but while still living in the community. 
  • They use certain methods to keep track of those involved, including: 
  • Parole/release on own recognizance 
  • Bond Check-ins at ICE offices Home visits and check-ins 
  • Telephonic monitoring GPS monitoring through an electronic ankle bracelet  
Abel Ezquivel, 23, was shot and killed with a stolen gun in San Francisco in August. One of the suspects charged in his murder was wearing an ankle monitor issued to him by ICE
Abel Esquivel was a community activist in San Francisco
Abel Ezquivel, 23, was shot and killed with a stolen gun in San Francisco in August. One of the suspects charged in his murder was wearing an ankle monitor issued to him by ICE
Some are seeking asylum from the brutal MS-13 gang while others are trying to escape the constant violence created by drug cartels.
The documents also show where the illegal immigrants have been permitted to live and how many are residing in each area.

Cities where ATD immigrants are living 

Miami, Florida - 5,669
New York, New York - 4,557
Los Angeles, California - 4,083
Houston, Texas - 3,927
Baltimore, Maryland - 3,429
San Francisco, California - 3,085
Newark, New Jersey - 2,561
Dallas, Texas - 2,161
Charlotte, North Carolina - 2,034
Boston, Massachusetts - 1,963
Atlanta, Georgia - 1,759
Washington DC - 1,629
San Diego, California - 1,516
Delray, Florida - 1,388
San Bernardino, California - 1,364
New Orleans, Louisiana - 1,354
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania - 1,323
Detroit, Michigan -1,132
Orlando, Florida - 1,112
Nashville, Tennessee - 1,052
Manassas, Virginia - 1,011
Charleston, South Carolina - 1,005

Miami has the highest number of immigrants in the program (5,669), followed by New York (4,557).
Los Angeles, Houston, Baltimore and San Francisco also have more than 3,000 illegal immigrants living among residents waiting to be deported.
The alarming absconder rate raises questions over whether these illegal immigrants should be confined to a detention center, rather than be left in the community.
The ATD program is also expensive for the government. The ankle monitoring is sub-contracted to a host of private companies.
Jessica Vaughan, the Director of Policy Studies for the Center of Immigration Studies, told 'These stats are fascinating. It appears that many of them are asylum seekers, and part of the explosion in asylum seekers in recent years, primarily from Central America, as the citizenship data show.
'It is very interesting to see the geographic spread of the cases.'
'The absconder rate is rather concerning. ATD is an expensive option for ICE, and if one out of five are skipping out on their due process, then it is clear that ICE needs to be more careful about who is enrolled. 
'It becomes even more expensive when ICE has to track down people for hearings and deportation, not to mention the fact that they join the rest of the illegal population.
'When weighing different options for how to deal with asylum seekers, DHS has to balance the need for humane treatment with the need to ensure that the process has some integrity and that people are not gaming the system by filing frivolous asylum claims knowing they will be released with or without a monitoring bracelet.
'Cost is also a factor, considering that all of this due process is at taxpayer expense. I believe it would be more cost-effective and humane to process asylum seekers as quickly as possible in the border region, where they are usually encountered, and avoid the need for long-term monitoring.'

In July, it was reported that Romanian immigrants, some of whom who were part of the Alternatives to Detention, were wreaking havoc in the town of California, Pennsylvania. Furious residents said they were defecating in the streets and publicly decapitating chickens

Members of the Californian Borough community in Washington County said they were repulsed by the behavior of their new neighbors, with over 600 residents signing a petition demanding that they alter their lifestyle
'People would get an answer on their claim right away, meaning that the genuine cases will be allowed in immediately to live their new lives, and the people filing bogus cases can be returned home quickly, which makes it much harder for the smugglers who encourage this premeditated asylum fraud to find clients.'

Nationalities of ATD members 

1. El Salvador - 18,853
2. Guatemala - 18,280
3. Honduras - 15,362
4. Mexico - 8,343
5. Haiti - 5,238
6. Brazil - 1,930
7. Romania - 1,128
8. India - 701
9. China - 346
10. Ecuador - 268

Earlier this month, one member of the program who was wearing an ankle monitor was arrested and charged with murdering a community activist in San Francisco.
On August 14, 23-year-old Abel Ezquivel was shot and killed on the street in the city's Mission District.
Erick Garcia-Pineda, one of them charged in the slaying, was wearing an ankle monitor issued to him by ICE.
Garcia-Pineda was claiming asylum in the United States - claiming he was being hounded by MS-13 gang members, according to reports.
The gun used in the murder was registered to a San Francisco Police officer and was believed to have been stolen.
In July, it was reported that Romanian immigrants, some of whom who were part of the Alternatives to Detention, were wreaking havoc in the town of California, Pennsylvania.
Furious residents said they were defecating in the streets and publicly decapitating chickens.
Members of the Californian Borough community in Washington County said they were repulsed by the behavior of their new neighbors, with over 600 residents signing a petition demanding that they alter their lifestyle. 
'What I've seen is men and children - never usually the women - the men and the children dropping their pants in the middle of the street, defecating, pulling their pants up and going on their way,' one man told Pittsburgh's Action 4 News
Borough leaders the federal government is responsible for relocating the eastern Europeans to their town. 
ICE confirmed that they were placed in the town as part of the ATD program.  
The same happened with Romanian illegal immigrants who settled in Washington County, California, and provoked outrage among the 7,000 residents.
The families are believed to be Roma, a stateless ethnic minority from Eastern Europe, started arriving.

Miami (above) has the highest number of immigrants in the program (5,669), followed by New York (4,557)
A spokesman for ICE told 'The Alternative to Detention (ATD) program is a flight-mitigation tool that uses technology and case management to increase compliance with release conditions and facilitate compliance with court appearances and other case requirements.
'Each case is evaluated individually, and, as such, not every case requires electronic monitoring from release to removal. Individuals can be enrolled and removed from electronic monitoring multiple times before their case is fully adjudicated.
'The effectiveness of ATD is measured by whether the enrollee has met the requirements necessary within their case that led to them bring enrolled in ATD.
'Additionally, it is important to note that individuals are enrolled in the appropriate level of supervision based on their individual flight-risk factors , which is crucial to the success of ATD and contributes to the rates of compliance seen throughout the life of the program.'
They also commented on the case involving Garcia-Pineda. They said he was complying with the requirements of his detention until August, when he failed to appear for his scheduled appointment with ICE officials.
He was arrested for domestic violence, but was released from jail and was free at the time of the slaying.

Those in the program are required to check in regularly with immigration officials or wear ankle bracelets so their movements can be tracked
'U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) has lodged an immigration detainer against Mr. Garcia-Pineda. Department of Homeland Security (DHS) databases indicate he is currently in removal proceedings before the Department of Justice's Executive Office for Immigration Review (EOIR),' they told
'Mr. Garcia-Pineda entered ICE custody in December 2016. He was detained by the agency until April of this year at which time an immigration judge with EOIR ordered Mr. Garcia-Pineda released with the requirement that he wear a GPS monitoring bracelet and report to ICE in-person on a regular basis.
'Databases indicate Mr. Garcia-Pineda was complying with terms of his release until August when he failed to appear for his scheduled appointment with ICE.
'It's important to note that following Mr. Garcia-Pineda's arrest in September on a domestic violence charge, ICE lodged a detainer against him with the San Francisco County Jail. Despite the detainer, local authorities released him back into the community without providing any notification to ICE.'
'Records reviewed by U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) indicate that Mr. Garcia-Pineda's GPS ankle bracelet was removed on August 19 while Mr. Garcia-Pineda was physically on the premises of 850 Bryant Street, which is the location of the San Francisco County jail.
'On that date, the contractor responsible for monitoring aliens released by ICE on ankle bracelets received a tamper alert emitted by Mr. Garcia-Pineda's device.
'Subsequently, ICE initiated efforts to locate this individual, but because the tracking device was no longer functioning the search was initially unsuccessful. ICE then communicated with Mr. Garcia-Pineda's attorney, instructing him to direct his client to report to ICE in person immediately. However, Mr. Garcia-Pineda failed to appear.
'Following Mr. Garcia-Pineda's arrest Sept. 3 by the San Francisco Police Department, ICE received an electronic notification through its Secure Communities system and lodged an immigration detainer against him.

Prototype sections of a border wall between Mexico and the United States are under construction in Tijuana
'As previously stated, local authorities failed to honor that detainer and released Mr. Garcia-Pineda back into the community.
'However, by that time ICE Enforcement and Removal Operations was aware this individual was the subject of an ongoing criminal investigation and accordingly didn't take any action that might impede or jeopardize that investigation.'
Other investigations into ICE by have uncovered that border officials use private jets to fly immigrants back to their home countries - costing the taxpayers $300,000 every day.
The agency spent $116 million in 2015 to transport 235,413 people in the United States illegally back to their home countries.
More than 40 per cent of those who had violated visa restrictions were convicted criminals while more than 1,000 were identified as gang members.
The ICE revealed to that the average cost of every immigrant in 2015 was $12,213.
The cost includes identifying the immigrant, apprehending them, placing them in a detention center, their process through immigration court and their subsequent removal.
More documents obtained through a Freedom of Information Act request also found that housing an alien in the US' biggest immigration center in Dilley, Texas, costs more than a night's stay in the nearest five-star hotel.
Jesse Lerner-Kinglake from Just Detention International, a group campaigning to end all sexual abuse behind bars, highlighted the troubling accusations of guards sexually assaulting detainees.
He told 'These reports of staff sexual misconduct paint a depressing picture of US immigration detention facilities. And it's especially chilling to think how much longer the list of infractions would be if detainees felt safe reporting sexual abuse.
'The good news is that the Department of Homeland Security's Prison Rape Elimination Act standards provide a roadmap for protecting all immigration detainees.
'The incoming Trump Administration must make adopting these rules a priority.'

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DOJ Targets More Sanctuaries
MAP: Sanctuaries at Risk of Disqualification from Federal Law Enforcement Funds 

Washington, D.C. (November 17, 2017) – The DOJ

has sent letters to 29 sanctuary jurisdictions, located

in 13 states and the District of Columbia, stating that

their violation of federal law may result in the

required repayment of past law enforcement grants

under the Byrne/Justice Assistance Grants program

and that they could be barred from receiving funds in

2017. Collectively, these jurisdictions received more

than $16.7 million last year.

Jurisdictions from every region of the United States, including Colorado, Florida, Kentucky, Massachusetts, Mississippi, New Jersey, New Mexico, New York, Vermont, and Washington  were warned of the possible loss of funding. The largest grants at risk are: Illinois Criminal Justice Information Authority, Ill. ($6,742,363), Oregon Criminal Justice Commission, Ore. ($2,080,047), The City of Los Angeles, Calif. ($1,870,503), and the Office of Victim Services and Justice Grants, D.C. ($1,476,400).

Rather than comply with federal law, several of the sanctuaries have filed lawsuits to try to force DOJ to back off. No judge has ruled that the DOJ has overstepped its authority to withhold funds for those jurisdictions breaking federal law. However, three judges came up with other reasons to block DOJ’s enforcement efforts.

Jessica Vaughan, the Center’s director of policy studies, said, “The Department of Justice should continue to push back on the sanctuaries in this way, because it is getting results, despite the lawsuits.  Already several big jurisdictions that were sanctuaries – including Miami and Las Vegas -- reversed the policies because of this initiative, and that’s real progress and a public safety benefit to the people who live there.” Vaughan continued, “Unfortunately, a few others like New York and Chicago want their taxpayers to be martyrs for the sanctuary cause, and DOJ and DHS should continue to fight back with whatever legal and tools are available.  According to ICE, so far about 10,000 criminal aliens who were released by the sanctuaries have since been arrested for another crime after their release.  That’s an unacceptable and avoidable public safety hazard that the federal government is obliged to try to stop.”

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Under rules imposed in 2016 by previous Attorney General Loretta Lynch at the insistence of House appropriator John Culberson (R-Texas), all applicants for Byrne/Justice Assistance Grants must attest that they are in compliance with all federal laws, specifically including 8 USC 1373. That law, passed in 1996, says that no state or local government can have a policy that in any way restricts communication or exchange of information about immigration status between local officials and federal immigration authorities.

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ICE ‘Raging Bull’ Operation Leads to Arrest of 267 MS-13 Gang Members

Nearly 300 MS-13 gang members are behind 

bars following the conclusion of a joint 

international law enforcement effort led by 

U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement 

(ICE). “Operation Raging Bull” resulted in 


arrests of 214 MS-13 members and 

affiliates in the U.S. and 53 in El Salvador.
ICE Homeland Security Investigations (HSI) agents executed Operation Raging Bull in support of the Department of Justice’s recent prioritization of enforcement actions against violent transnational gangs.
“MS-13 has long been a priority for ICE. However we are now combating the gang with renewed focus and an unprecedented level of cooperation among DHS’s components and our domestic and international partners,” ICE Deputy Director and Senior Official Performing the Duties of the Director Thomas Homan said in a statement obtained by Breitbart Texas. “ICE has the ability to pursue complex criminal cases using our statutory authorities and to prevent crime by using our administrative arrest authorities to remove gang members from the country. We will not rest until every member, associate, and leader of MS-13 has been held accountable for their crimes, and those in this country illegally have been removed.”
Phase one of the operation followed up on the results of an 18-month investigation in El Salvador. The probe led to the arrests of 53 MS-13 gang members and affiliates in El Salvador. In early October, the second phase began in the States. Running from October 8 to November 11, law enforcement officers and agents from federal, state, and local agencies arrested 214 gang members and affiliates across the U.S.
Attorney General Jeff Sessions repeatedly stressed the importance of defeating MS-13.
“With more than 10,000 members across 40 states, MS-13 is one of the most dangerous criminal organizations in the United States today,” Sessions said in a statement on Thursday. “President Trump has ordered the Department of Justice to reduce crime and take down transnational criminal organizations, and we will be relentless in our pursuit of these objectives.”
“So far this year, we have secured convictions against more than 1,200 gang members and worked with our partners in Central America to arrest and charge some 4,000 MS-13 members,” the AG explained. “These 267 arrests are the next step toward making this country safer by taking MS-13 off of our streets for good.”
Ninety-three of the 214 arrests made in the U.S. were based on federal and/or state criminal charges, officials stated. Those charges include: murder, aggravated robbery, racketeering influenced corrupt organization (RICO) offenses, violent crime in aid of racketeering (VICAR) offenses, narcotics trafficking, narcotics possession, firearms offenses, domestic violence, assault, forgery, driving under the influence, and illegal entry/reentry. Immigration violations made up the remaining 121 arrests.

Operation Raging Bull – Nations of Origin chart – ICE
Only 16 of those arrested were U.S. citizens, the report states. Illegal aliens made up the overwhelming majority of those arrested. Officials arrested a total of 198 immigrants — 193 of which had no legal status. The MS-13 gang members came from El Salvador (135), Honduras (29), Mexico (17), Guatemala (12), Ecuador (4) and Costa Rica (1).
Of those arrested after entering the U.S. illegally, ICE officials reported that 64 came to the U.S. as Unaccompanied Alien Children — most of those are now adults.

Operation Raging Bull – Arrest Map – ICE
ICE officials provided examples of the types of crimes carried out by these MS-13 gang members:
  • In Baltimore, Maryland, the arrest and indictment of four MS-13 members on charges that include violent crimes in aid of racketeering and conspiracy to commit murder in aid of racketeering.
  • In McKinney, Texas, the arrest of an MS-13 gang member and citizen of El Salvador who is wanted for homicide by the National Civil Police of El Salvador (PNC).
  • In Denver, Colorado, the arrest of an MS-13 gang member and citizen of El Salvador who is wanted on an outstanding warrant for DUI and was found with three machetes in his possession.
  • In Los Angeles, California, the arrest of an MS-13 member and citizen of El Salvador, subject of an INTERPOL Red Notice for gang offenses and involvement with the murder of an PNC officer in El Salvador.
  • In San Francisco, California, the arrest of an MS-13 member and citizen of El Salvador, who is a wanted fugitive in El Salvador on an arrest warrant for violent crimes including homicide.
ICE officials added six MS-13 gang members to their most wanted list, including one wanted in Montgomery County, Texas, on murder charges. The other five fugitives are suspected of murdering Salvadoran police officers.
Operation Raging Bull - Most Wanted List - ICE
Operation Raging Bull – Most Wanted List – ICE
ICE uses the following criteria in confirming MS-13 gang membership or affiliation:
Individuals are confirmed as gang members if they admit membership in a gang; have been convicted of violating Title 18 USC 521 or any other federal or state law criminalizing or imposing civil consequences for gang-related activity; or if they meet certain other criteria such as having tattoos identifying a specific gang or being identified as a gang member by a reliable source.
Gang associates are individuals who exhibit gang member criteria but who are not formally initiated into the gang. Law enforcement officers encountering these individuals will determine whether indications of gang association are present by referring to the gang membership criteria.
Bob Price serves as associate editor and senior political news contributor for Breitbart Texas. He is a founding member of the Breitbart Texas team. Follow him on Twitter @BobPriceBBTXGAB, and Facebook.

One-Third of 214 Arrested MS-13 Gangsters Were ‘Unaccompanied Alien Children’

Almost one-third of 214 U.S.-based MS-13 gang members arrested in an international sweep were invited into the United States by President Barack Obama’s “Unaccompanied Alien Children” policy.

The successful “Raging Bull’ sweep was announced by Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) Deputy Director Tom Homan in a joint press conference at ICE headquarters in Washington, D.C. on Thursday.
The operation is a “significant step towards dismantling and eradicating MS-13 in the United States and in El Salvador,” said  Deputy Assistant Attorney General David Rybicki, the second-ranking official at DOJ’s Criminal Division. El Salvador police also arrested 53 gang members in El Salvador.
Sixteen of the 214 arrestees in the United States are U.S. citizens. Five were legal immigrants.
Ninety-three of 214 arrestees are charged with federal or state criminal offenses and will face prison time in the United States, said Derek Benner, the deputy executive associate director of the Homeland Security Investigations division. 
The group of 214 include 193 illegal aliens, including 121 arrestees who will be deported but will not face criminal charges. 
Sixty-four of the 193 illegals – nearly one in three – are would-be “dreamers” because they illegally crossed the border while claiming to be minors. Their unscreened claims to be children — not adults — won them the legal status of “Unaccompanied Alien Children,” which allowed them to claim federal aid and be released into the United States.
The status was provided by Obama’s administration, which was seeking ways to welcome migrants from Central America into the United States. That invite spiraled out of control, resulting in a huge wave of migrants in 2014, which helped Donald Trump get elected.
“Definitely some UACs end up being bad people and enter the country to do bad things,” said Homan, who is serving as acting ICE director and was nominated on Tuesday by Trump to head the agency. “That’s why we asked for several policy changes in [the requests] we sent to the Hill.”
Criminal charges against the 214 gang-members include racketeering and conspiracy to commit murder in the furtherance of racketeering. According to Rybicki, an entire eight-man MS-13 “clique” (a local division of a gang) was arrested in the operation. This “Sailors Clique” operated in suburban Maryland, a hotspot of MS-13 activity, and has been linked to at least three murders.
U.S. Border Patrol Deputy Chief Scott Luck explained that the operation worked with El Salvadoran intelligence agencies to identify people with links to MS-13.
The gang was created in Los Angeles during the 1980s because the U..S government failed to enforce immigration laws, which allowed El Salvador youths to sneak into the United States. Without economic skills in California’s diverse society, they formed their own national gang — and then recreated that gang in their own homeland once the illegal immigrants were repatriated home. 
U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) Director Francis Cissna explained that his agency’s work to identify illegal aliens with gang affiliations was vital to Raging Bull’s success. USCIS had one of its Fraud Detection and National Security Directorate (FDNS)agents at the Raging Bull command center full time to work to that effect. “That individual reviewed asylum claims for MS-13 members targeted by the operation and assisted in assembling target packages for the immigration and/or criminal court proceedings of these gang members arrested during the operation,” Cissna said.
As Attorney General Jeff Sessions bemoaned in October, gang members and other unworthy illegal aliens often use the United States’s generous asylum policies to tie up their cases in administrative proceedings, often needing only a “credible claim” of persecution in their home country to avoid deportation for years.
“FDNS also notified ICE HSI regarding asylum applicants with strong ties to MS-13 or other significant gang indicators,” Cissna continued. “Our headquarters FDNS officers search USCIS systems for information regarding 195 targeted MS-13 members and associates identified by the operation for additional vetting.”
Operation Raging Bull carries on a series of nationwide and international efforts against the brutal gang. In July, Attorney General Sessions went to El Salvador to announce nearly 600 arrests in that country. Earlier in the summer, ICE’s “Operation Matador” netteddozens of arrests in the United States.
El Salvador police also arrested 53 gang members in el Salvador.



“Heroin is not produced in the United States. Every gram of heroin present in the United States provides unequivocal evidence of a failure of border security because every gram of heroin was smuggled into the United States. Indeed, this is precisely a point that Attorney General Jeff Sessions made during his appearance before the Senate Judiciary Committee hearing on October 18, 2017 when he again raised the need to secure the U.S./Mexican border to protect American lives.” Michael Cutler …

JEFF SESSION’S LONG BATTLE FOR THE AMERICAN WORKER  He is the only one in the country that has consistently spoken out for the AMERICAN WORKER!
Sessions should keep dragging Trump out of his amnesty closet and build the wall against NARCOMEX!


Overall, in the 2017 Fiscal Year, officials revealed that a record-breaking 455,000 pounds plus of drugs had already been seized. In 2016, that number amounted to 443,000 pounds. The 2017 haul is worth an estimated $6.1 billion – BREITBART – JEFF SESSION’S DRUG BUST ON SAN DIEGO






In 2013, California lawmakers passed legislation that allowed illegal aliens to obtain driver’s licenses if they can prove to the Department of Motor Vehicle (DMV) their identity and state residency. The plan was one of the largest victories to date by the open borders lobby.… JOHN BINDER –


The Trump Secret Deal with Narcomex:

NO E-VERIFY, NO ENFORCEMENT, NO (real) WALL and NO LEGAL NEED APPLY to keep wages depressed….. but isn’t that the Democrat Party’s amnesty plan in a nutshell???

Swamp Keeper Trump is hiring 70 illegals at his Swamp Palace of Mar Lago.



Where does the jobs (for legals), housing crisis, homelessness and Mexican drug cartels’ expansion?
NO (real) WALL!


Is Swamp Keeper Trumper hiring illegals to avoid paying living wages to Americans?............. JUST 70!



Endless wars for Muslim dictators while the Mexican drug cartels expand from border to open border.