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Jul 11 - Trump's Immigrant Purge Will Start This Weekend


 


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Jul 11 - Trump's Immigrant Purge Will Start This Weekend
 

 
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On the same morning that President Trump hinted that he’ll use the power of executive order to force a citizenship question onto the 2020 census, the New York Times reports that the multi-city sweep of undocumented immigrants that Trump announced weeks ago, and then delayed, will begin this weekend.

Nationwide raids to arrest thousands of members of undocumented families have been scheduled to begin Sunday, according to two current and one former homeland security officials, moving forward with a rapidly changing operation, the final details of which remain in flux.

The raids will be conducted by ICE, and if the concept of a gestapo-like organization rounding up undesirables in America wasn’t bad enough, there’s another horrifying angle to this, and it’s called “collateral deportations”:

The raids, which will be conducted by Immigration and Customs Enforcement over multiple days, will include “collateral” deportations, according to the officials, who spoke on the condition of anonymity because of the preliminary stage of the operation. In those deportations, the authorities might detain immigrants who happened to be on the scene, even though they were not targets of the raids.

The raids will be conducted in at least ten cities, targeting at least 2,000 immigrants. Those who ICE manages to round up will be held in detention centers in Texas and Pennsylvania, or in hotel rooms when space isn’t available.

The original delay in the raids came about partly because of public opinion, but also partly because of division within Homeland Security itself—some of whom don’t want to spend their days arresting children and babies. Plus, it might not work:

The agents have also noted that the operation might have limited success because word has already spread among immigrant communities about how to avoid arrest — namely, by refusing to open the door when an agent approaches one’s home. ICE agents are not legally allowed to forcibly enter a home.

As with may of Trump’s immigration policies, the idea behind this one is not entirely oriented in a practical decision. It’s more like a show of strength, imparting fear to a vulnerable community. Like the detention of children at the border, there’s very little doubt that Stephen Miller, Trump’s advisor, played a role in devising the sweeps.

Kevin McAleenan, the acting secretary at Homeland Security, seems to be the leader of the “opposition” to the operation, and argued the last time the raids were imminent that separation between children and parents was inevitable. He, along with Democrats, succeeded in delaying the operation last time, but it looks as though ICE will not be deterred this time around.


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 2 weeks ago '06        #2
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Smh hope they ok
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 2 weeks ago '16        #5
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Everyone that will be deported has already been ruled for final deportation. Thats just the law

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 2 weeks ago '18        #6
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Trump’s Purge of Illegals Will Start This Weekend
Fixed the title for you OP. Shame on you for purposely using the popular media tactic of conflating “illegal immigrants” with “immigrants”. There’s a big difference. Trump supporters love LEGAL immigrants.
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SomeOnesoN 220 heat pts220
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This some Gestapo type sh*t.

I wouldn't be against this if ICE weren't so militarized and dehumanizing. I hope the people they come after know not to answer their doors or to even say a word to these demons.

I live in a county where cops will actually help an undocumented immigrant if let's say, their car broke down. I know someone who broke down, then another van of a couple others pulled over to help, but once they seem cops pull-up they just wrote down an address to give back their tools and left ASAP.

The police didn't ask for information, they actually helped dude go on his way.
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 2 weeks ago '12        #10
OldBusiness 181 heat pts181
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And this will putt food on nobodies table, nor will it bring anyone better healthcare.

The wealthy have done an amazing job in making the poor think brown people are a threat.
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 2 weeks ago '19        #11
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 OldBusiness said
And this will putt food on nobodies table, nor will it bring anyone better healthcare.

The wealthy have done an amazing job in making the poor think brown people are a threat.
This article, by the liberal Huffington Post, was written in 2015, a year before Trump was in office. That means this was occurring during the Obama administration.

The crisis of Central Americans fleeing to Mexico and the U.S. hasn’t ended, despite smaller numbers of migrants making it across the U.S. border. It’s just that more people are being apprehended in Mexico than in the U.S., according to a report released Thursday by the Washington Office on Latin America.
The nonprofit found that from October 2014 to April 2015, Mexico detained 92,889 Central Americans, according to figures from the country’s National Institute for Migration. During the same period, U.S. Customs and Border Protection detained 70,448 non-Mexicans — mostly from the Central American countries of Honduras, El Salvador and Guatemala — at the U.S.-Mexico border.


This is another article written in 2015 by another liberal media outlet, The Guardian.
Record numbers of women and children fleeing violence and poverty in Central America were deported by Mexican authorities last year, as part of US-driven operations to stem the flow of migrants reaching the American border.
More than 24,000 women were deported from Mexico in 2014 – double the number sent home in 2013. The upsurge in child detentions was even sharper – climbing 230% to just over 23,000, Mexican interior ministry figures reveal.
Many were captured during security operations targeting train and bus routes commonly used by Central American migrants as part of a new strategy called new Southern Border Plan (Plan Frontera Sur). The plan was launched last summer after Barack Obama declared the unprecedented numbers of unaccompanied children and families seeking refuge at the US border an “urgent humanitarian situation”.
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So, you see Barack Obama also noticed the same situation as Trump does now, and he was trying to handle it. Kudos to you Barack. But, the media put that news on the DL because it didn't give him a good look. The news media is trying to control what you hear and what you don't hear.
This has nothing to do with food on tables and healthcare, bruh.
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 2 weeks ago '10        #12
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Bye bye mothafu*kas!
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yousabitch 1 heat pts
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thing is they need police help..Ice isnt just running in towns kicking doors down...a lot of cities already said they are not helping them out so
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In before delay
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 OldBusiness said
And this will putt food on nobodies table, nor will it bring anyone better healthcare.

The wealthy have done an amazing job in making the poor think brown people are a threat.
There are areas of the US that are 99% white and they blame immigrants for their problems.
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OldBusiness 181 heat pts181
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 Frasier said
Bye bye mothafu*kas!
Thank god theyre getting deported before you get a chance to murder them.
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 unit321 said
This article, by the liberal Huffington Post, was written in 2015, a year before Trump was in office. That means this was occurring during the Obama administration.

The crisis of Central Americans fleeing to Mexico and the U.S. hasn’t ended, despite smaller numbers of migrants making it across the U.S. border. It’s just that more people are being apprehended in Mexico than in the U.S., according to a report released Thursday by the Washington Office on Latin America.
The nonprofit found that from October 2014 to April 2015, Mexico detained 92,889 Central Americans, according to figures from the country’s National Institute for Migration. During the same period, U.S. Customs and Border Protection detained 70,448 non-Mexicans — mostly from the Central American countries of Honduras, El Salvador and Guatemala — at the U.S.-Mexico border.


This is another article written in 2015 by another liberal media outlet, The Guardian.
Record numbers of women and children fleeing violence and poverty in Central America were deported by Mexican authorities last year, as part of US-driven operations to stem the flow of migrants reaching the American border.
More than 24,000 women were deported from Mexico in 2014 – double the number sent home in 2013. The upsurge in child detentions was even sharper – climbing 230% to just over 23,000, Mexican interior ministry figures reveal.
Many were captured during security operations targeting train and bus routes commonly used by Central American migrants as part of a new strategy called new Southern Border Plan (Plan Frontera Sur). The plan was launched last summer after Barack Obama declared the unprecedented numbers of unaccompanied children and families seeking refuge at the US border an “urgent humanitarian situation”.
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So, you see Barack Obama also noticed the same situation as Trump does now, and he was trying to handle it. Kudos to you Barack. But, the media put that news on the DL because it didn't give him a good look. The news media is trying to control what you hear and what you don't hear.
This has nothing to do with food on tables and healthcare, bruh.
I dont give a fu*k about the huff post, or democrats or Republicans.

You typed an essays worth of whataboutisms that had sh*t to do with my point.


Tell me how this helps a caucasian man afford his insulin, feed his family, or get his special needs child the proper care they need.

Just like during the Obama term yall falling for it all over again
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 Bandito said
There are areas of the US that are 99% white and they blame immigrants for their problems.
I wonder how deporting these people will bring back the coal plant that hust closed in Harlan County Kentucky

Also he just backed down off the census question. What a pu**y
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 OldBusiness said
I dont give a fu*k about the huff post, or democrats or Republicans.

You typed an essays worth of whataboutisms that had sh*t to do with my point.


Tell me how this helps a caucasian man afford his insulin, feed his family, or get his special needs child the proper care they need.

Just like during the Obama term yall falling for it all over again
Clown.
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OldBusiness 181 heat pts181
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 unit321 said
Clown.
Feelings
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 2 weeks ago '15        #21
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All the restaurants in my city will have to shut down, there isn’t a kitchen that isn’t mostly made of Mexicans here
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 OldBusiness said
And this will putt food on nobodies table, nor will it bring anyone better healthcare.

The wealthy have done an amazing job in making the poor think brown people are a threat.
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 unit321 said
This article, by the liberal Huffington Post, was written in 2015, a year before Trump was in office. That means this was occurring during the Obama administration.

The crisis of Central Americans fleeing to Mexico and the U.S. hasn’t ended, despite smaller numbers of migrants making it across the U.S. border. It’s just that more people are being apprehended in Mexico than in the U.S., according to a report released Thursday by the Washington Office on Latin America.
The nonprofit found that from October 2014 to April 2015, Mexico detained 92,889 Central Americans, according to figures from the country’s National Institute for Migration. During the same period, U.S. Customs and Border Protection detained 70,448 non-Mexicans — mostly from the Central American countries of Honduras, El Salvador and Guatemala — at the U.S.-Mexico border.


This is another article written in 2015 by another liberal media outlet, The Guardian.
Record numbers of women and children fleeing violence and poverty in Central America were deported by Mexican authorities last year, as part of US-driven operations to stem the flow of migrants reaching the American border.
More than 24,000 women were deported from Mexico in 2014 – double the number sent home in 2013. The upsurge in child detentions was even sharper – climbing 230% to just over 23,000, Mexican interior ministry figures reveal.
Many were captured during security operations targeting train and bus routes commonly used by Central American migrants as part of a new strategy called new Southern Border Plan (Plan Frontera Sur). The plan was launched last summer after Barack Obama declared the unprecedented numbers of unaccompanied children and families seeking refuge at the US border an “urgent humanitarian situation”.
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So, you see Barack Obama also noticed the same situation as Trump does now, and he was trying to handle it. Kudos to you Barack. But, the media put that news on the DL because it didn't give him a good look. The news media is trying to control what you hear and what you don't hear.
This has nothing to do with food on tables and healthcare, bruh.
he also holds the record for the most deportations in an administration.

Obama went about it in a smart way and didn't make a mess of things.

This "crisis" was allowed to happen in order to help Trump enact his agenda.
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 PineappleOG said
All the restaurants in my city will have to shut down, there isn’t a kitchen that isn’t mostly made of Mexicans here
We be cheffin' it up baby

Its about to be life imitating art:


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 Aztlan said
he also holds the record for the most deportations in an administration.

Obama went about it in a smart way and didn't make a mess of things.

This "crisis" was allowed to happen in order to help Trump enact his agenda.
Mess of things? Obama had those cages at the borders set up. Not Trump. Trump has just inherited a problem that ballooned during his administration.

The crisis started well before 2015. It is what it is. It wouldn't matter who became President in 2016. The flow of illegal immigrants wouldn't have changed.
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