ACLU, Dems instruct illegals to evade ICE, deportation

Saturday, July 13, 2019
Michael F. Haverluck (

ICE protestThe American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU) has joined Democratic leaders in coaching illegal aliens how to avoid being caught in Sunday’s slated Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) raids taking place in 10 major cities across America – and also advising them how to avoid future deportation.

Via her weekly Capitol Hill press conference, House Speaker Nancy Pelosi advised illegal immigrants on how they could keep from being arrested during this weekend’s ICE sweeps.

“If ICE agents don’t have a warrant signed by a judge, a person may refuse to open the door and let them in,” Pelosi informed informed illegals, according to Bloomberg. “Families belong together. Everyone in our country has rights.”

Dems, legal groups encouraging breaking the law

America’s leading leftist legal group, the ACLU – championing everything from abortion to LGBT privileges to open borders – has joined the Democratic Party in its campaign to upend President Donald Trump’s latest attempt to alleviate America’s illegal immigration crisis.

“Now, the ACLU is also jumping on board with their own coaching,” Townhall announced. “They're also calling illegal aliens who have been through the court system and determined to have broken federal immigration law, [not just] ‘refugee families.’"

Pandering pro-immigration advocates for financial support in its latest campaign to upend Trump administration’s tough-on-immigration policy, the ACLU informed Democratic supporters about how they are helping Illegal immigrants continue to break the law – getting the word out via a fundraising email.

"A new wave of ICE arrests is expected to begin this Sunday in at least 10 cities across the country,” the ACLU wrote to its supporters Friday, according to Townhall. “We're fighting back by suing to stop mass deportations of refugee families. Know this: We don't have to open the door if ICE comes knocking. If the agents don't have a warrant signed by a judge, then we can refuse to let them in. We have the right to remain silent, and we shouldn't sign anything before speaking to a lawyer."

The coaching session went on to generate sympathy for border breakers – and contempt for Trump – while encouraging community members to spread the news to illegals so they could appeal to legal loopholes to continue their illegal taxpayer-paid stay in the United States.

"ICE raids are nothing new, but for over two years now, the Trump administration has been terrorizing our communities at a new level – tearing thousands of families apart, spreading fear and hate,” the ACLU added. “If this isn't the kind of country we want to live in, then we must keep fighting to defend our communities. The best way to fight back? Know your rights and help your family, friends, and neighbors to know theirs."

Putting illegals before citizens?

Fox New attacked Democratic leaders for alerting illegals and teaching them how to avoid the law … while jeopardizing the lives of federal agents.

“Fox News responded by furiously attacking Democratic leaders and accusing them of interfering with law enforcement – or even putting ICE agents in potential danger,” Media Matters reported.

The Big Apple’s biggest and “left-est” daily laid down the skinny, giving New Yorkers a heads-up on Sunday’s ICE raids a few days in advance.

“Nationwide raids to arrest thousands of members of undocumented families have been scheduled to begin Sunday,” the New York Times revealed Thursday. “[ICE reportedly plans] to deport the families as quickly as possible, [and the raids will also include] ‘collateral’ [deportations, in which agents may] detain immigrants who happened to be on the scene – even though they were not targets of the raids. [Officials speaking on the condition of anonymity said that] the Trump administration’s goal is to use the operation as a show of force to deter families from approaching the southwestern border.”

As commander-in-chief – whose first duty is to protect American citizens from outside and inside threats and danger – Trump explained why the latest round of ICE raids is necessary – sweeps conducted to apprehend illegals who have already been ordered to leave the country.

"People come into our country illegally … we’re taking them out legally – it’s very simple,” Trump explained to reporters at the White House Friday morning, according to Townhall. “It’s not something I like doing, but people have come into our country illegally."

He stressed how the coordinated ICE operations in 10 cities are making America’s streets in the largest urban areas across the nation a safer place.

"We're focused on criminals,” Trump pointed out. “We're focused on – if you look at MS-13 – but when people come into our country, we take those people out, and we take them out very legally. They all have papers, and it's a process – and I have an obligation to do it. They came in illegally; they go out legally."


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