Nancy Pelosi caught giving advice on how to evade ICE: Report

Aiding and abetting a criminal is a serious crime — a crime House Speaker Nancy Pelosi may be guilty of.

According to National Review, Pelosi (D-CA) advised illegal aliens on how to avoid Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) agents.

Telling criminals how to avoid law enforcement is despicable coming from the speaker of the House, as well as illegal for anyone. Maybe it is time to lock her up.

Aiding and abetting criminals

“Speaker Nancy Pelosi on Thursday offered advice to illegal immigrants seeking to avoid arrest and deportation by Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) officers,” National Review reports.

This is without a doubt obstruction of justice and aiding and abetting a criminal.

And it is not a new thing for Democrats to break the law in this manner.

Fox News reports that Sen. Cory Booker, a New Jersey Democrat, “ventured into Mexico on Wednesday to help escort five female asylum seekers to the United States.”

Booker decided to illegally bring in asylum seekers who had already had their case reviewed. Of course, he should have been arrested the second he re-entered the United States.

Criminal behavior must be stopped

But Democrats from candidates to party leaders are known for sidestepping the rule of law. They are getting away with it because of their position — anyone else would have been arrested immediately.

This is a problem throughout the Democratic Party.

Town Hall reports:

Pelosi isn’t the first Democrat to give illegal immigrants advice on what to do if ICE agents come to their doors. Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez [NY] offered similar advice on Twitter Thursday morning, and California Gov. Gavin Newsom even prepared a video last month about the topic.

Anyone who seeks to assist illegals in avoiding legal deportation should be prosecuted. This behavior is unacceptable. Politicians have gotten away with their shenanigans for way too long — and it is time for them to pay.

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