Friday, July 31, 2015

In 2014 alone, immigration authorities released into American communities 193 illegal immigrants with homicide convictions, 426 people with sexual-assault convictions and 16,000 with drunk-driving convictions

Altogether, 104,000 people who by law should have been deported were instead allowed to remain on American soil. The director of the agency in charge of the removals offered as a partial excuse that immigration courts faced a backlog of 500,000 cases.


Anonymous said...

I wonder why there is such a back log.

Anonymous said...

There's such a backlog because none of the people who control the Republicans and the Democrats want these people deported. Republicans see them as cheap labor and Democrats see them as future voters.

Anonymous said...

I was just being cynical.