Illegal aliens released from custody from 2008-2011 went on to commit 19 murders, 3 attempted murders and 142 sex crimes.
Just doing the jobs Americans don’t want to do:
While hundreds of thousands have been sent back home under the program, 159,286 were not put in deportation proceedings during the period under review, CRS said.
About three quarters of those weren’t eligible for deportation because they were legal immigrants and their criminal records didn’t rise to the level of deportation, though nearly a quarter could have been deported,CRS said.
Those who could have been deported but were released later went on to commit the 19 murders, 3 attempted murders and 142 sex crimes, theJudiciary Committee said.
“The Obama administration could have prevented these senseless crimes by enforcing our immigration laws,” committee Chairman Lamar Smith said. “But President Obama continues to further his anti-enforcement agenda while innocent Americans suffer the consequences. His unwillingness to enforce immigration laws puts our communities at risk and costs American lives.”
Now I know you’re feeling a little bit of outrage, but hold on to that for a minute. I want you to read this first:
Secure Communities has come under fire from both sides of the aisle.
Many Democrats say it casts its net too wide, which means illegal immigrants who have committed relatively minor offenses could be deported.
Well, Heaven forbid! We wouldn’t want illegal aliens who are just petty criminals being deported, now would we?
Not that it would change anything when they can just walk right back into the country via our southern revolving door, aka our border.