Illegal aliens now must commit three crimes – and misdemeanors aren’t good enough – to be deported. Wouldn’t their first crime be illegally living and working in the United States? Or is that no longer a crime at all?
[typography font="Ubuntu Condensed" size="24" size_format="px"]ICE: Illegal aliens must now commit at least three crimes to be deported[/typography]
On Friday, the Obama administration quietly issued a memo stating that the U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) agency will no longer detain or seek to deport illegal aliens charged with misdemeanor crimes.
Among the conditions under which ICE agents are now allowed to issue a detainer, is if “the individual has three or more prior misdemeanor convictions.”
Supposedly, there are a few exceptions to the new policy, including those charged with, or convicted of a DUI and sexual abuse.
The memo was signed by John Morton, the director of U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement and released on Friday evening.
This latest policy, Morton said, restricts action “against individuals arrested for minor misdemeanor offenses.”
What are some of the crimes that will now be overlooked by ICE?
The following is a partial list of misdemeanors as defined by the state of California:
-Receipt for stolen property
-Driving without a license
-Assault and battery without minimum injury
And just who the hell is making these changes? Yep, the guy who got 108% of the vote; Barack Hussein Obama!