There was a time when several Home Depots once featured several dozen day laborers nearby waiting for work, but it appears that the supply is shriveling as the U.S. Immigration and Custom Enforcement are seeking to deport as many as 3 million illegal aliens that have criminal records.
Following President Trump’s presidential executive order, “Border Security and Immigration Enforcement Improvements,” that was issued on January 25th, ICE raids across the nation have already detained 680 high priority individuals for deportation.
Although the number seems large, shockingly it is only .07 percent of the 950,062 non-detained aliens with deportation orders on the list as of May 21, 2016.
When the question was asked by Grassley as to why there were so few in custody, Homan’s answered: “Individuals on ICE’s non-detained docket with final orders of removal are released under conditions designed to ensure their compliance with their immigration obligations.”
This means with virtually zero general purpose interior removals in the last couple of years, the latest survey found that we there were an estimated 11.1 million illegal aliens in the U.S. back in 2014. This number has come down from 12.2 million that was found here in 2007.
BUT…those numbers are not as shocking as what you’r about o hear. Of these illegal aliens, about 72 percent are employed and with that number to so high it equals about 5 percent of the ENTIRE U.S. workforce…
Do you think all this going down now will lower crime across the board? What are the effects that you predict if President Trump’s executive order sweeps out illegal criminals leaving us to be self-reliant again like it was back in the days when we didn’t pay people to do nothing, and immigrants came into the country receiving no benefits and learned to make it on their own instead of costing tax payers large sums of money for their benefits…despite them NOT being citizens of this country?