TRUMP OFFICIAL: ICE Ready to Deport 1M Illegal Aliens with Final Orders
Director of the United States Citizenship and Immigration Services confirms deportation
The director of the United States Citizenship and Immigration Services has confirmed that Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) is ready to begin deporting around one million illegal aliens.
Ken Cuccinelli told CBS that illegal aliens with final orders for deportation would soon be deported by ICE, despite President Trump's delay two weeks ago.
ICE agents are now prepared to detain roughly 1 million illegal aliens.
According to the interview with Cuccinelli:
[ICE agents are] ready to just perform their mission which is to go and find and detain and then deport the approximately one million people who have final removal orders. They’ve been all the way through the due process and have last removal orders.
Who among those will be targeted for this particular effort or not is really just information kept within ICE. [Emphasis added]
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Cuccinelli added that the ICE deportations should be going on a "rolling basis” and blamed “the politics of Washington” for interfering with ICE operations.
“I’m just pointing out that the pool of those with final removal orders is enormous,” Cuccinelli said.
“It’s important to note, here we are talking about ICE doing its job as if it’s special."
"And really this should be going on on a rolling basis for ICE, and they’ve been interfered with, effectively, and held up by the politics of Washington to a certain extent…”
On Saturday, Neon Nettle reported the Trump's administration had begun issuing massive fines to illegal immigrants who are refusing to leave the country, as Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) prepares large-scale nationwide arrests and deportations.
Illegal immigrants are being warned they will be fined nearly a half-million dollars for refusing to leave the U.S. after judges order their deportation.
Trump last month delayed ICE to mass deport about 2,000 illegal aliens after details were leaked to the media.
Trump also reacted to a judge's ruling that blocked funds designated for the border wall promising he will he would proceed with the deportation of “large numbers of people” after the 4 July.
Following Mexico's agreement to stem the flow of illegal migrants last month, the country's military began targeting migrants traveling on the freight train known as "The Beast" to the U.S.-Mexico border, according to reports.
The "La Bestia" train was held up by the Mexican National Guard near Tuxtla Gutiérrez, Chiapas, a city north of the Mexico-Guatemala border, an area where migrants have been crossing into the US.
Despite the liberal media's narrative, the majority of Americans support Trump’s plan to mass deport illegal aliens, according to a Harvard/Harris Poll.
The figures include 8-in-10 Republican voters and more than 5-in-10 swing voters.
In June, Neon Nettle reported almost 90 percent of all illegal aliens released into the United States didn't show up to their court hearings, data from a federal pilot program shows.
The program reports that nearly 9-in-10 illegal immigrants who have been recently released into the interior of the US while they await their asylum claims to be processed are skipping their own court hearings.