Trump Administration’s Office to Assist Victims of Criminal Aliens, Prioritizes Innocent Lives

Article author: 
Michael W. Cutler
Article publisher: 
Californians for Population Stabilization
Article date: 
5 May 2017
Article category: 
National News
Article Body: 

On April 26, 2017, ICE (Immigration and Customs Enforcement) posted a news release, “DHS announces launch of new office for victims of illegal immigrant crime - Office built with input from victims impacted by crime,” that is illustrative of President Trump’s pro-American mindset and commitment to keeping his immigration campaign promises.

This unprecedented action sent a loud and clear message that the administration will prioritize the needs of the victims of criminal aliens and their families over the desires and interests of criminal aliens.

Commonsense and morality should have compelled prior administrations to have similarly looked out for victims of criminals aliens. However, for a multitude of reasons, it took the administration of President Donald Trump to finally do the “right thing.”

Meanwhile, “sanctuary cities,” whose mayors should be given an MVP Award by ISIS and drug cartels, continue to refuse to cooperate with ICE (Immigration and Customs Enforcement) even where aliens who have committed serious crimes are concerned.

These mayors and even some governors have crafted a false narrative that begins with insisting that illegal aliens are actually “undocumented immigrants.” This bogus use of language attempts to confound any honest discussion about the nature of our immigration laws and their importance to national security and public safety, as well as the overall well-being of America and Americans.

America’s immigration laws were enacted to protect national security, public safety, public health and the lives and livelihoods of Americans.

Title 8 U.S. Code § 1182 - Inadmissible aliens provides clear and unequivocal evidence of how reasonable and vital our immigration laws are to America and Americans.

Therefore it is hard to imagine who could be opposed to the effective and fair enforcement of such fundamental laws. However, for decades, the enforcement and administration of our immigration laws, under a succession of administrations from both political parties, put the desires of aliens, special interest groups and corporations ahead of Americans.

Consequently, many Americans have lost their lives and livelihoods as a direct result of what I have come to refer to as Immigration Failures - By Design...