Watch: Biden ICE Official Admits The Unthinkable, They Are No Longer Tracking Immigrants
This is insane!
Biden acting head of ICE has admitted that they are not tracking immigrants once they are released into the United States.
Congresswoman Ashley Hinson (R-IA) posted a video showing acting ICE Administrator Johnson admit that ICE is not tracking illegal immigrants once they’re in the US & that ICE has no idea how many illegal immigrants are currently in Iowa or planning to go to Iowa once released from federal custody at the border.
🚨Acting ICE Administrator Johnson just admitted that ICE is not tracking illegal immigrants once they’re in the US & that ICE has no idea how many illegal immigrants are currently in Iowa or planning to go to Iowa once released from federal custody at the border. Unacceptable. pic.twitter.com/NutPqeuavx
— Ashley Hinson (@RepAshleyHinson) May 13, 2021
Despite actions taken by Governors like Greg Abbott illegal immigrants continue to pour into the United States.
Thank you for sending them @GregAbbott_TX and I’m proud of our Georgia NG being there. @JoeBiden and @KamalaHarris don’t care about our border, our laws, our people, and their hard earned tax dollars.
But I know you do.
Rep Governors like you can really help bc Biden won’t. https://t.co/XTIpwmvwaD
— Marjorie Taylor Greene 🇺🇸 (@mtgreenee) May 17, 2021
The situation at the border is getting worse, Border Patrol agents fatally shot someone tryign to cross the border illegally at the conclusion of a vehicle pursuit.
At about 13:30 Friday night, a Border Patrol pursuit ended in Campo at the gas station near the intersection of State Route 94 and Buckman Springs Road. The local newspaper reports the agents shot one of the vehicle’s three occupants.
An ambulance transported the wounded driver to an area hospital where the person died a short time later. The two other occupants of the vehicle do not appear to have been injured in the incident.
San Diego County Sheriff’s Department homicide Lt. Thomas Seiver said in a written statement, “A confrontation ensued, resulting in three agents discharging their firearms. The driver of the vehicle was struck by gunfire.”
The three Border Patrol agents are reported to have not sustained any injuries in the incident. U.S. Customs and Border Protection officials have not yet released a statement on the matter.
It is not known if the vehicle being chased by border patrol was involved in human smuggling or drug trafficking.