Wishful Thinking by Bloomberg Columnist on Dutch Vote
“Most countries with a high representation of anti-immigrant parties in their legislatures don’t have an immigration problem; they have a social alienation problem (even the happiest countries do these days), but also an ignorance problem,” Bloomberg columnist Leonid Bershidsky says.
Mexico Deports More Central Americans Than the U.S.
“Mexico now deports more Central American migrants than the United States, a dramatic shift since the U.S. asked Mexico for help a year ago with a spike in illegal migration, especially among unaccompanied minors. Between October and April, Mexico apprehended 92,889 Central Americans. In the same time period, the United States detained 70,226 “other than Mexican” migrants, the vast majority from Guatemala, Honduras and El Salvador,” Breitbart News says.
121 Illegal Aliens Released by DHS Have Been Charged With Murder
“More than 100 convicted criminals who remained in the U.S. despite receiving deportation orders between 2010 and 2014 now face murder charges, according to the agency charged with carrying out such deportations of illegal immigrants. U.S. Immigration Customs and Enforcement reports that 121 convicted criminals who were never removed from the country face murder charges today,” the Daily Signal writes.
Nobody at ICE Dismissed Over Release of Criminals
“As Twitchy reported earlier today, testimony from a House Oversight hearing on a massive security compromise of federal computer systems led a number of people to ask just what it would take for a federal employee to be fired, or at the very least shamed into resigning. Office of Personnel Management director Katherine Archuleta was reportedly offered chances to apologize and resign but ‘declined to do either,’” Twitchy.com writes.
Released Criminals Show True Priorities of Obama Administration
CIS Executive Director Mark Krikorian has more about the criminals released by ICE. “Most were released simply because the administration didn’t want to detain them. Only for two dozen does the administration have any excuse at all, saying that they had to be released because their home countries wouldn’t take them back. And even that’s no excuse, for two reasons: the Supreme Court decision Obama’s people point to (Zadvydas v. Davis) limiting open-ended detention beyond six months of any criminal aliens whose countries won’t take them back has significant wiggle room in it – wiggle room the administration refuses, in this one and only instance, to take advantage of. And second, the law requires the State Department to impose visa sanctions on countries that won’t take their own citizens back, a requirement Secretaries Clinton and Kerry have simply ignored.”