DAILYKENN.com -- When people of color* illegally cross the border, they nearly always embed themselves in people-of-color neighborhoods where they feel comfortable with culture and kinsmen while maintaining a low profile.
It is here — in people-of-color neighborhoods — that crime proliferates from violent gangs to job-stealing day laborers.
ICE (Immigration and Customs Enforcement) is tasked with protecting Americans from illegal aliens and their criminal activities. That protection typically benefits people-of-color neighborhoods directly by rooting out criminals and indirectly by keeping our culture free from the importation of corruption.
*"People of color" is a language-loading term concocted by the far left as a placement term for "proletariat". The term is used here with a tone of sarcasm.
From dailywire.com ▼
An Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) official explained during a hearing on Tuesday that if Democrats abolish ICE, minority communities will be victimized the most by the move.
"Mr. Albence, what if we just decided to abolish ICE?" Sen. John Cornyn (R-TX) asked Matthew T. Albence, Executive Associate Director for Enforcement and Removal Operations (ERO) at ICE. "What would be the impact on our country in terms of public safety?"
"The public safety impact would be huge," Albence replied. "In addition to immigration enforcement that we do, which as I mentioned previously, we arrested 127,000 individuals with criminal convictions and arrests last year. Our Homeland Security Investigations branch does a significant amount of work, all tremendous work, with regard to drugs and narcotics, child predators, cybercrime."
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