Biden Returns to Obama-era Deportations via ICE Discretion

Leftist comedian Jimmy Dore predicted back before Trump was elected that he would deport less Hispanics than Obama. Turns out, the numbers bare that out and no one on the right will tell you that. Biden is returning to Obama policies on that front, or as he would say, President My Boss.

The Biden administration has deported several hundred immigrants since taking power of the federal government. Those deportations are ongoing. On Thursday, the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) formally backtracked from President Joe Biden’s pledge to halt deportations during his first 100 days in office.

Acting ICE Director Tae Johson told ICE employees on Thursday that recently-confirmed DHS Secretary Alejandro Mayorkas would issue new enforcement guidelines within the next 90 days “after consultation with Department personnel and external stakeholders.” Thursday’s guidance solidifies deportation discretion granted by the administration to ICE and significantly expands the agency’s ability to effectuate detentions and deportations.

In an environment of partisan hostility, liberals are simply more competent because the media lets them get away with things Republicans could only hope to in their wet dreams. That is not of course all good, as it took Democrats to pass disastrous trade deals, deregulate banks and start wars. But those sorts of thing happen under Republicans anyway. While immigration is no longer an issue for me, as it will achieve nothing in the long term, but perhaps prevent some crimes here and there, the fact that it takes Biden to deport the illegals Trump said were going out so fast your head will spin on day one is quite remarkable.


Biden’s New ICE Guidance Completely Backtracks from 100-Day Deportation Moratorium Promise, Expands Enforcement Priorities
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