Trump Administration Grants Police New Power to Crack Down on Brown People

Adrian Sol
Daily Stormer
November 27, 2017

Let the games begin.

Don’t be black-pilled. Do you think any of this would be happening under a Hillary administration?

Illegals are getting flagged, arrested and deported at a faster rate than we’ve seen in a long time. This fact alone creates psychological pressure keeping more from pouring in.

This is definitely a good thing.

Moreover, police departments across the country are getting deputized into joining the fight against the invading hordes.


Dozens of police departments in the United States have been granted new powers, or are seeking them, to check the immigration status of people they arrest, aiding President Donald Trump’s broad crackdown on people living in the country illegally.

Since Trump took office in January, 29 departments have joined a special program under which they are deputized to perform some tasks of immigration agents, doubling its size in 10 months, according to the Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) agency. And the administration hopes that is just the beginning.

Logically speaking, this should always have been the case, everywhere in America. Being here illegally is already a crime, and as such should be entirely within the scope of police authority to handle when necessary – such as, when a illegal alien criminal is arrested.

And since illegals aren’t citizens, they don’t have any rights, per se. So they could easily be shipped out of the country without a trial. The idea that you need a long and costly legal process to kick out each individual illegal is a pure Jewish swindle.

Someone who enters the country illegally is de-facto an invader, and thus an enemy combatant.

In war, does each enemy combatant need to be tried as well before our soldiers are allowed to shoot at them?

-“Sir! Enemy spotted!”

-“Okay, son. You know the drill. Read him his rights.”

In the same way, illegals should be arrested and immediately deported, and if they resist, shot.

Documents obtained through a Freedom of Information Act request show that the administration has also had contact with scores of additional jurisdictions about the program, and 38 of those told Reuters in interviews they have submitted applications for the program or are potentially interested in joining. [Graphic:]

The program, known as 287(g), deputizes local officers trained by ICE to use federal records to vet arrestees they suspect of being in the country illegally and then turn them over to federal agents if they are.

The Department of Homeland Security has said in the past that police forces taking part in the program have flagged tens of thousands of people for deportation.


That’s what I call government efficiency.

The broad expansion of the program comes as Trump seeks to accelerate arrests and deportations of people living in the United States illegally. The large number of departments expressing interest in the program has not been previously reported.

Most of the police departments that have joined, or are seeking to join, the program have relatively small populations, typically fewer than 100,000 residents, with small immigrant populations. In contrast, the roughly three dozen so-called “sanctuary cities” that have limited their cooperation on immigration enforcement have a median population of half a million people and larger foreign-born populations, according to a Reuters analysis.

So basically, in cities that are largely White, people still want to defend themselves, but cities that are already under enemy control resist against being reconquered by White Americans. Sounds about right.

Oh well. Spain wasn’t reconquered in a day, after all.

The fight is only beginning.