September 14, 2018
You can’t run, and you can’t hide, taco scum. ICE is coming for you.
It’s good to see that Trump’s most loyal and helpful servants are getting the resources they need to get the job done.
And by job, I mean the ethnic cleansing of America.
This is a good first step, but frankly I’d rather like to see most of the US military budget transferred over to ICE – the TRUE protectors of America.
Give em’ the tanks, too – what the hell are the army even using them for, anyway? Fighting wars for the Jews?
As a potentially catastrophic hurricane bears down on the East Coast of the US, the shifting of $10 million from FEMA’s operating budget to fund immigration detention and deportations is drawing condemnation from Democrats.
Of course, the Jew-left will fight tooth and nail to prevent ICE from gaining any power or ressources.
Remember just a few weeks back, they were clamoring to “abolish ICE?”
But that’s a drop in the bucket.
The Trump administration this summer quietly redirected $200 million from all over the Department of Homeland Security to Immigrations and Customs Enforcement, despite repeated congressional warnings of ICE’s “lack of fiscal discipline” and “unsustainable” spending.
It’s hard to take these people seriously when they whine about “fiscal discipline” and “unsustainable” spending.
Inviting the whole third world to live in America and giving them free everything: totally responsible and sustainable.
Basic enforcement of existing laws: obviously unsustainable, must be stopped.
The reality is that every penny spent on ICE is going to pay itself back ten-fold in the form of lower law enforcement costs, fewer crimes, lowered pressure on the healthcare and education system, and so on.
The Department of Homeland Security asked for the money, according to a document made public this week by Oregon Sen. Jeff Merkley. Of the $200 million, the document says $93 million will go to immigrant detention, a 3% budget increase that will fund capacity for an additional 2,300 detainees; and $107 million for “transportation and removal,” or deportations, a 29% budget increase.
The move comes as the Trump administration has pursued an aggressive immigration agenda, ramping up arrests of undocumented immigrants and deportations.
Sounds like things are going in the right direction. Now we just need to add a couple of zeros to that deportation budget, and Trump will be on his way to fulfilling his campaign promises.
I can think of a lot of things ICE could buy with that money, *wink wink.*
In addition to this summer’s widely condemned move to separate families at the border, the administration has drawn criticism for arresting a far greater rate of noncriminal undocumented immigrants and seeking to detain them much longer. On Tuesday, the administration announced it would tripling the size of an emergency temporary tent facility to house more immigrant children.
All illegal aliens are criminals, by virtue of the fact that they broke our laws just by being here. There is no such thing as a “non-criminal” illegal alien.
Or, as immigration expert “Goblin slayer” has once put it:
The additional $200 million would put ICE’s budget for detention and transportation at more than $3.6 billion.
The money came from different parts of DHS, including FEMA, the Countering Weapons of Mass Destruction Office, Federal Law Enforcement Training Centers, Coast Guard, Transportation Security Administration, cybersecurity office and Customs and Border Protection.
ICE’s budget to protect America against an actual, ongoing invasion is less than $4 billion.
Meanwhile, the military’s budget is close to $600 billion, and all they ever seem to do these days is protect terrorists and destabilize Middle-Eastern countries to please kikes.
That’s when they’re not bombing White people to protect Moslems.
Instead of #AbolishICE, maybe we should #AbolishArmedForces – and transfer all their money and equipment to those with a proven track record of promoting the real interests of Americans.
No, seriously – did you check out the sweet paintjob on that tank? I’d feel a lot safer with a couple of those in my neighborhood, I can tell you that.