I am not making this up. Seven of the illegal alien killers released came from zip codes in Georgia — one of them in Cobb. It is impossible to provide the names of these criminals, as the feds will not release that secret because of “privacy rights.”
Like most Americans, when interviewed on an Atlanta TV station about this madness, Cobb Sheriff Neil Warren was outraged and concerned about public safety and security.
But not to worry, says local illegal alien defender Rich Pellegrino, who assured the same station these killer illegals are not a threat to public safety. You may have seen Pellegrino around town wearing a T-shirt that reads “We Are All Undocumented.”
Back here on Earth, Jessica Vaughn, director of Policy Studies at the Washington D.C.-based Center for Immigration Studies says “according to ICE data, about 50 percent of criminal aliens will re-offend after release.” ICE should prioritize protecting the public over freeing criminals who are going to be deported.” (Along with more details you can see the two local TV segments linked on my MDJ blog.)
The 169 killer illegal aliens released were part of a larger group of 36,000 convicted criminal illegal aliens released from ICE custody onto American streets in 2013.
CIS revealed earlier this year that the convicted-criminal illegal aliens freed by ICE in many instances had multiple convictions, nearly 88,000 in all. They include: 193 homicide convictions, 426 sexual assault, 303 kidnapping, 1,075 aggravated assault, 9,187 dangerous drug convictions, 16,070 drunk or drugged driving and 303 flight escape convictions.
Feel safer? Note: As of Thursday noon, I cannot find any mention of this threat from any of our Georgia elected officials — at any level — except the Cobb Sheriff.
The Obama regime says they have no choice but to release these criminals because the illegals’ home countries won’t take them back. But most of these nations still receive financial aid and their new emigres are still allowed to obtain visas to enter the U.S.
You may want to ask the members of the Georgia delegation to Washington about that one. I will.
In another action of what could easily be labeled as an on-going coup d’etat in the Republic he has sworn to protect and serve, the president of the United States has promised to soon side-step Congress and federal law on immigration enforcement. Again.
American workers be damned, Obama is indicating to the far-left and the Chamber of Commerce that he will not only unilaterally expand the number of green cards issued each year, but also ensure that some, if not most, illegal aliens be given official amnesty on deportation during his reign. And be awarded work permits.
Obama’s reported plan to provide administrative amnesty to 5 million illegals presents “a security nightmare,” according to Senator Jeff Sessions (R-Ala.), who fears it could make it easier for terrorists to carry out an attack on the United States.
Unless Dear Leader has tossed this security provision along with the Rule of Law, currently, applicants for the work permit — known as an Employment Authorization Document — are required to submit fingerprints with their application.
Republicans running for federal office as conservatives — including president — should be vetted for a rock-solid promise on their intention to A) reverse any executive action from Obama outlined above and B) to use the fingerprints collected from the “victims of borders” to track, capture and process these illegal aliens with deportation proceedings if they ever restore the republic surrendered to the disciple of Saul Alinsky who now occupies the White House.
D.A. King is president of the
Cobb-based Dustin Inman Society.