Outgoing ICE Director calls out selective outrage over detention of immigrants

July 1, 2018 by Jerry McCormick

The acting director of Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE), Tom Homan, is retiring from public service — but he is not going quietly.

During a recent appearance on Fox & Friends, Homan ripped criticism of ICE’s handling of undocumented immigrants, calling it selective “outrage.”

Not Leaving the Fight

Homan may be retiring from ICE, but he stated that he has no plans on leaving the fight for the agency to which he dedicated more than three decades.

He stated he was actually apprehensive of retiring now, with the situation being what it is, but he believes he will also be able to say a lot more once he is officially out of the agency.

Where Was the Outrage Then?

One question Homan poses (and that many of us are also wondering) is: where was the outrage when criminal undocumented immigrants were taking the lives of Americans?

He also pointed to the disgusting feigned outrage liberals are currently pointing towars ICE.

These brave men and women strap up every day to keep our streets safer, yet they are being villainized by not only liberal citizens, but also by Democrats in office:

Never Before

ICEwas formed in 2003 by the Department of Homeland Security while George W. Bush was in office.

Over its 15-year existence, the agency has never been scrutinized the way it is today.

Among its many duties, the agency is responsible for investigating, arresting, and deporting undocumented immigrants.

This “duty” was going on under both Bush and Obama, but it was never questioned.

Only now, because liberals are spreading a false narrative, is the agency taking unfair fire over its duties.

The fact is: this agency has arrested thousands of criminals to protect American citizens — but Democrats in office and liberals are ignoring that fact.

Hard-working Americans are being made to look like villains for political reasons, and it must be stopped.

The last month has proven just how important upcoming elections are in both 2018 and 2020.

If liberals are permitted to gain a majority, the landscape of America and its borders will change dramatically and swiftly — something we cannot allow.