ICE apprehends more than three dozen ‘human rights violators’: Report

While Democrats continue to rail against the Trump administration and its efforts to secure the southern border, U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) continues to go about its business.

For ICE, that means rounding up more than three dozen illegal immigrants known to be involved in — or suspected of being involved in — human rights violations.

The Big Roundup

The arrest by ICE took place over several days in late August. From Aug. 27-29, ICE arrested 30 males and nine females for suspected human rights violations.

In all, 13 city offices were involved in the roundup, including Dallas, New York, Los Angeles, Miami, and Baltimore.

Each of the individuals apprehended already had a removal order in place.

In addition to the human rights violations, roughly half of those apprehended had committed crimes here in the United States. Included in those crimes were driving under the influence, domestic abuse, drug distribution, grand theft, and reckless endangerment.

In all, 16 countries were represented among the group, including China, Guatemala, El Salvador, and Nicaragua.

Nasty People

It is bad enough that many in this group had committed other crimes, but their human rights violations were horrific.

Fourteen individuals were arrested for varying degrees of assault on private civilians, while four were arrested for collaborating in forced sterilizations and abortions.

Another four immigrants from West Africa are believed to be connected to massacres, recruiting children soldiers, and mutilations, among other charges.

While ICE rids our country of this filth, Democrats continue to rail for the abolishment of the agency. But if ICE were not in existence, who would be hunting down these individuals and removing them from our country?

The next time Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez and her fellow “Squad” members talk about disbanding ICE, give them a rundown of this group of criminals and ask them that very question.

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