Jailbreak: Obama Releases 36,007 Criminal Aliens Into U.S.
Here's everything you need to know about immigration reform: last year the Obama administration released 36,000 criminal aliens into the United States population. The jailbreak was deliberate and included 193 murderers.
The Center for Immigration Studies obtained the information and released a report documenting the number and nature of the crimes committed by the aliens.
If 36,000 criminal aliens walking around your community wasn't enough, Obama's Department of Homeland Security is aiming to make it even easier for aliens to be released from detention. That's what the groups agitating for immigration reform are demanding. That's what the groups are likely to get.
The 2013 jailbreak included rapists, kidnappers, arsonists, burglars, sex offenders, and car thieves. That's merely for 2013.
The criminals that Obama administration policies set free are unlikely ever to be deported. Detained aliens facing deportation are highly unlikely to ever be deported once they are set free into the general American population. They don't show up for their deportation hearings, and Immigration and Customs Enforcement doesn't have the manpower or money to hunt down tens of thousands of criminal aliens.
That's a heaping helping of criminality the Obama administration just introduced into America.
After five years of Obama, it's clear and undeniable that his presidency repeatedly takes the side of lawless criminals over law-abiding Americans. This is a common philosophy that runs through multiple Obama policies, ranging from attacks on the police, to nominating Debo Adegbile for a top Justice Department post, to failing to prosecute election criminals who supported President Obama, sometimes six times in one election.
Releasing 36,007 alien criminals into America is just the latest example of this philosophy. Never before has America suffered under a president so aligned with the depraved and malignant.
Speaker John Boehner says immigration reform isn't moving because his caucus doesn't trust Obama to enforce any new immigration laws. If a lack of trust is the issue, then immigration reform should be dead and buried. Anyone using their gift of eyes to see and ears to hear knows that Obama cannot be trusted to enforce immigration law, even laws already on the books. Immigration reform advocates simply do not understand the lawless architecture of the Obama administration. They don't understand and appreciate that law to this gang is a mere suggestion.
The Obama administration picks and chooses what parts of laws they wish to enforce. The parts of immigration reform they like, they will enforce. The parts of the law the Republicans think will tighten border security or otherwise fix the "broken system," Obama will ignore.
That's another central feature of the age of Obama: kinglike disregard for statutes.
Does anyone believe this corrupting circumstance will abate much in a Republican administration? I don't. I've seen the mischief up close, even in a Republican administration.
The ministerial state has grown beyond the functional control of the political branches. Just look at the IRS abuse scandal. Washington bureaucrats no longer need guidance from the DNC to interfere with GOP policies during a GOP administration. The bureaucrats are on auto-pilot. There are simply too many activist federal employees for a GOP administration to reign in.
Woodrow Wilson's progressive dream of creating a ministerial state detached from the will of the people, detached from law, and detached from the Constitution has finally matured. Republicans who support immigration reform need to ask: what's left to trust?