The Director of ICE Just Ruined the Weekend for Sanctuary Cities!

Recently, several Obama-appointed “activist judges” have decided to challenge President Trump on his sanctuary cities and travel ban policies.
These glorified Social Justice Warriors are not only undermining our president, but the will of the American people who overwhelmingly supported him, and demanded our safety be put first.
The Director of ICE, Thomas Homan, is hitting back hard against these seditious left-wing judges, and he’s planning on taking the fight to them.
Thomas Homan described sanctuary cities like New York and San Francisco as “ludicrous,” and says he will be sending extra federal agents to those areas to combat the blatant disregard for immigration law, regardless of the feelings of local liberal morons.
“What I want to get to is a clear understanding from everybody, from the congressmen to the politicians to law enforcement to those who enter the country illegally, that ICE is open for business,” said Homan, clearly not amused by the recent behavior of liberal politicians who’ve encouraged illegal immigration and vowed to shelter illegal aliens.
After 8 years of Obama’s weak and feckless immigration policy, and watching the government put the safety and wellbeing of American citizens second to CRIMINAL illegal aliens, it is refreshing to see that President Trump has taken the chains of ICE, and is urging them to do their job and keep us safe.
The acting ICE director is vowing to use new resources to target undocumented immigrants in sanctuary cities – a move likely to hit resistance from mayors and local law enforcement who previously have refused to cooperate with federal authorities.
ICE Director Thomas Homan told The Washington Examiner he thinks sanctuary cities like New York and San Francisco are “ludicrous” and plans to direct extra agents to those areas.
“What I want to get to is a clear understanding from everybody, from the congressmen to the politicians to law enforcement to those who enter the country illegally, that ICE is open for business,” Homan said.
Attorney General Jeff Sessions also traveled Friday to Philadelphia, one of the nation’s biggest sanctuary cities, to call out the local government for not cooperating with federal immigration policies.
He said such cities “aren’t giving sanctuary to law-abiding people but criminals” and urged Philadelphia to “reconsider carefully the harm they are doing to their citizens.”
When the supposed agent surge starts is still up in the air — and contingent on funding as well as the sometimes sluggish pace of federal employee vetting and hiring.
ICE currently has more than 20,000 employees in 400 offices across the country as well as agents in 46 countries.
It has an operating budget of about $6 billion. Adding another 10,000 employees, as President Trump has indicated he wants, will cost millions.
For example, in fiscal 2017, ICE requested $6.6 million to hire 100 new officers.
An ICE spokesperson told Fox News there is no specific operational plan or timetable in place yet but that the agency will focus new resources that come their way on places that don’t cooperate with detainer requests.
“As Director Homan stated, uncooperative jurisdictions have a higher rate of criminal alien releases than in places that honor ICE detainers,” the ICE official told Fox News.
“As a result, ICE is forced to focus additional resources to conduct at-large arrests in the field in these non-cooperative areas.”
The requests, sometimes called immigration holds, are a vital tool the agency uses to go after illegal immigrants.
The detainer asks local authorities to hold a person in jail up to 48 hours beyond when he or she is set to be released so federal officials can take them into custody.
The crackdown on sanctuary cities lines up with Trump’s promised prioritization of the issue on the campaign trail.

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