February 21, 2017
Do you think Mexicans are the lowest sort of subhuman filth?
Do you enjoy wearing a black mask and staying up late?
Do you enjoy kicking in doors at 3 AM, pulling greasy wetbacks out of their taco-stained beds and hauling them out onto the street in their underwear and throwing them – headfirst while handcuffed – into the back of a windowless black van?
Well, if the answer to these questions is “HELL YES,” then the government has a job for you…!
Homeland Security Secretary John Kelly moved Tuesday to implement a host of immigration enforcement changes ordered by President Trump, directing agency heads to hire thousands more officers, end so-called “catch-and-release” policies and begin work on the president’s promised U.S.-Mexico border wall.
“It is in the national interest of the United States to prevent criminals and criminal organizations from destabilizing border security,” Kelly wrote in one of two memos released Tuesday by the department.
The memos follow up on Trump’s related executive actions from January and, at their heart, aim to toughen immigration enforcement.
The changes would spare so-called “dreamers.” On a conference call with reporters, a DHS official stressed that the directives would not affect Obama-era protections for illegal immigrants who came to the U.S. as children and others given a reprieve in 2014. But outside those exemptions, Kelly wrote that DHS “no longer will exempt classes or categories of removable aliens from potential enforcement.”
A DHS official said the agencies are “going back to our traditional roots” on enforcement.
The memos cover a sprawling set of initiatives including:
- Prioritizing criminal illegal immigrants and others for deportation, updating guidance from previous administration
- Expanding the 287(g) program, which allows participating local officers to act as immigration agents – and had been rolled back under the Obama administration
- Starting the planning, design and construction of a U.S.-Mexico border wall
- Hiring 10,000 Immigration and Customs Enforcement agents and officers
- Hiring 5,000 Border Patrol agents
- Ending “catch-and-release” policies under which illegal immigrants subject to deportation potentially are allowed to “abscond” and fail to appear at removal hearings
It’s unclear what timelines the secretary is setting for some of these objectives, and what budgetary and other constraints the department and its myriad agencies will face. In pursuing an end to “catch-and-release,” one memo called for a plan with the Justice Department to “surge” immigration judges and asylum officers to handle additional cases.
While congressional Republicans have vowed to work with Trump to fund the front-end costs associated with his promised border wall, the same memo also hints at future efforts to potentially use money otherwise meant for Mexico – following on Trump’s repeated campaign vow to make Mexico pay for the wall. The secretary called for “identifying and quantifying” sources of aid to Mexico, without saying in the memo how that information might be used.
For the Wall.
This is not negotiable.
We had a bad thing with this MILO faggot this week, but we’re having a whole lot of wins. The PewDiePie troll was massive. The Trump Sweden troll was gargantuan. The expansion of the DEPORTATION FORCE is YUGE.
The Jews are fighting us for every inch, but still, we are gaining massive ground.
We are winning.
After we deport the criminals known criminals (they’re all criminals, but you understand), we’re going to start clamping down on companies that hire illegals. Then, masses will self-deport. We can then make it illegal to rent to them. Eventually, we can do sweeps of the hold-outs.
That is how you deport tens of millions of people.
And never forget this, brothers:
Mexico is going to pay for the wall.