The Administration has kept another promise. To find and deport Illegal immigrants who have been ordered deported but are still in the Country — scooping up 680 individuals with outstanding warrants, on Wednesday.
This story has been weaving through the calendar for months. In June planned raids were leaked by a DHS director. In July smaller raids started the day before they were advertised. But they all are focused on the same issue.
Everyone who was apprehended was “given deportation orders by a judge for failing to appear in court.”
They knew they were here illegally. The Feds knew. And now they are heading back before the judges they ignored. I wonder how that’s going to go?
Mike Hurst, U.S. attorney for the Southern District of Mississippi, …said special agents of ICE’s Homeland Security Investigations unit “executed administrative and criminal search warrants resulting in the detention of approximately 680 illegal aliens.”
“We are first and foremost a nation of laws and the rule of law is the bedrock, the very foundation, of our great country,” Hurst said. “I heard someone say that a country without borders is not a country at all, and while I agree with that, I would also add that without law, there is no order. Without the enforcement of law, there is no justice.”
The raids took place in six Mississippi cities this past Wednesday. At food processing plants where these individuals were working.
Hey, it’s hump day.
Hi, we’re here from ICE, and a judge would like to have a word with you.
Hump day. Right.
Democrats will whine and complain to which you should say, what other laws or orders from Judges can we ignore? The correct answer is you? None. But “they can igore whatever laws might get them more political power. After which, every day is hump day, and not in a good way.