African migrants pose a greater threat to Israel than terrorism, according to Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu. The Israeli leader made the remarks as he complimented the country’s border ‘wall’ with Egypt.
Dumb, dirty illegal moron Juan Garcia Zarate is merely a pawn in the giant game called “Get Trump.”
This idiot is incapable of understanding American law. I mean, he didn’t get it when he was deported five times, so what’s the chance he would understand his “civil rights” lawyer’s claim that Trump led a “vindictive prosecution” of his client.
Someone should ask him to explain how following the law is vindictive.
SAN FRANCISCO — The illegal immigrant who killed Kate Steinle on a San Francisco pier, but was acquitted of murder, is now suing the federal government. His lawyers say additional charges against him are “vindictive.”
Israel has started issuing deportation orders to African migrants, giving them 60 days to return to their home countries or opt for an unnamed safe haven. Those failing to meet the deadline risk being sent to prison.
Gainesville (WTFF) – Cory Carnley, the high school student who bragged on Reddit about trying to get an undocumented classmate deported, has been kicked out of school.
As reported by babe.net, this high school senior who spends a lot of time saying the n-word online (because people like him will never say it in public) “is no longer attending GHS” according to Gainesville High Principal David Shelnutt.
The doctor has been in trouble with the law three times over the years, once involving domestic violence accusations.
Should we be inclined to second-guess ICE priorities? There are certainly violent nonwhite illegals in the US being protected by sanctuary cities right now. It would seem a white doctor would be low on the list of those scheduled for deportation.
Family and friends of a Michigan doctor who is facing possible deportation are fighting to keep him in the U.S. Lukasz Niec was arrested last week by Immigration and Customs Enforcement agents. The 43-year-old emigrated to the U.S. from Poland when he was five. His family believes his arrest is tied to misdemeanor charges from more than 25 years ago.
Although he’s not an American citizen, Niec became a permanent U.S. resident with a green card shortly after he moved here with his family in 1979. He’s now being held in a Michigan County jail. His family fears that even if he is allowed to stay in the U.S., the battle could take months.
LOS ANGELES — Nearly 200,000 people from El Salvador who have been allowed to live in the United States for more than a decade must leave the country, government officials announced Monday. It is the Trump administration’s latest reversal of years of immigration policies and one of the most consequential to date.
Homeland security officials said that they were ending a humanitarian program, known as Temporary Protected Status, for Salvadorans who have been allowed to live and work legally in the United States since a pair of devastating earthquakes struck their country in 2001.