Tuesday, January 20, 2015
Obama has no shame: Releasing Illegal Alien Criminals!
All we ever hear from liberals is that you “can’t deport all the illegal aliens.” Personally, I think that’s wrong. But one thing that people on both sides should be willing to admit is that there are illegal aliens who SHOULD be deported.
And many of them are scheduled to be kicked out of the country. There’s only one problem: Obama won’t let law enforcement do its job!
Apparently, no sooner had Obama announced his amnesty plan, law enforcement across the country began receiving orders to stand down and let captured illegal aliens go.
We’re not talking about little children caught trying to cross the border. ICE agents were told to stop going after criminal illegal aliens and to release detained illegals who were scheduled to be deported. In these cases, a judge had already signed off on deportation.
Immigration enforcement agents have begun calling this the Obama “get out of jail free” card.
Illegal aliens who have pending criminal cases are just being released; In many cases, local law enforcement drops lesser charges against illegals under the assumption that they’ll be deported. Obama is letting those illegals out of prison;
The Federal government is releasing illegal aliens with significant traffic violations like drunk driving, felony hit-and-run, and even grand theft auto;
These criminals are being set free without even warning their victims.
This is just so shameful. But not only that… these releases are illegal and unconstitutional.
These aliens have been given deportation orders by federal judges. The Obama administration does not have the constitutional authority to simply disregard these court orders.
Congress has to put a stop to this clear executive overreach. No president has the authority to go against a lawful court order, not even King Obama.
The White House is clearing out the prisons and sending criminal illegal aliens back into society.
President Obama released thousands of illegal aliens from prison last year. He’s already released hundreds since announcing his amnesty executive actions.
Posted by John J. Ray (M.A.; Ph.D.).