- Mar 22, 2015
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Are you implying that Democrats ignore our Constitution???Show us the express Immigration clause in our federal Constitution to be, legal to.How about just enforcing our laws???Okay, here's the underlying problem, buddy. ICE doesn't have anywhere to lock these folks up, and they expect local prisons to hold these people when they don't have the room, either.The alleged perpetrator, Fernando De Jesus Lopez-Garcia, is a repeat immigration offender with a significant criminal history spanning back nearly 15 years that includes convictions for battery of a spouse, assault with a deadly weapon, inflicting corporal injury on a spouse, battery of an officer, and vandalism. On Nov. 22, the San Jose Police Department arrested De Jesus Lopez-Garcia for two counts of murder, three counts of attempted murder, battery on a spouse or cohabitant and violation of a protective order. Officers from ICE’s Enforcement and Removal Operations (ERO) lodged an immigration detainer with the jail the following day.
So they let a wife-beater go because they have real criminals to lock up. The kind of decisions that jails make every day because they are overcrowded, understaffed and now we have COVID in the mix where we don't want to lock people up and create petri dishes of mass infection.
Want to be able to concentrate on deporting the bad apples? Fine. Let's resolve all the undocumented immigrants who are living productive lives.
DEPORT THEM ALL!!!!
Why should the Democrats care, since they insist the illegals never vote????
Operation Wetback - Wikipedia
Operation Wetback was the culmination of more than a decade of intensifying immigration enforcement. Immigration enforcement actions (removals and returns) rose rapidly from a low of 12,000 in 1942, to 727,000 in 1952, the final year of the Truman Administration.
Harry S. Truman | U.S. President & History | Britannica
Respected by his Senate colleagues and admired by the public at large, Truman was selected to run as Franklin Delano Roosevelt’s vice president on the 1944 Democratic ticket, replacing Henry A. Wallace. The Roosevelt-Truman ticket garnered 53 percent of the vote to 46 percent for their Republican rivals, and Truman took the oath of office as vice president on January 20, 1945. His term lasted just 82 days, however, during which time he met with the president only twice. Roosevelt, who apparently did not realize how ill he was, made little effort to inform Truman about the administration’s programs and plans, nor did he prepare Truman for dealing with the heavy responsibilities that were about to devolve upon him.
Roosevelt died suddenly of a cerebral hemorrhage on April 12, 1945, leaving Truman and the public in shock.