Black leader: Illegals hurt the black community, send 'em back

Tuesday, July 9, 2019
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Chad Groening (OneNewsNow.com)

Illegal immigrants caughtA conservative African American activist contends that black communities bear the brunt of the chaos brought by open borders – arguing that it is time to send illegal aliens back to their countries of origin.

During an appearance on CBS's Face the Nation, United States Citizenship and Immigration Services (CIS) Acting Director Ken Cuccinelli said that the Trump administration is prepared to deport up to 1 million illegal aliens who have already received final deportation orders – but are still in the country.

The latest round of raids conducted by the U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) – the first raids originally slated to begin on June 23 – were delayed after sensitive information about the sweeps was leaked and reported by the left-wing media.

Cuccinelli said the deportation of illegal immigrants has been held up by the back-and-forth politics in Washington, D.C.

The Brotherhood Organization of a New Destiny (BOND) Founder and President Jesse Lee Peterson says holding off on deportations only hurts law-abiding, tax-paying U.S. citizens.

"One-hundred percent, we need to deport the illegal aliens,” Patterson impressed. “The president needs to go around the country, collect them and ship them back – as many as we can get – because these people are having a very negative effect on America."

Peterson also maintains that the black community has been hit especially hard by illegal immigration.

"They're taking the jobs,” the conservative leader continued. “They're also affecting when it comes to health care, because black women – who are having these babies out of wedlock when they go to the county facilities – they're not able to get in with the long lines and the long wait. Many of them have been forced out of their own communities. It's really bad." 

Peterson stressed that he fully supports President Donald Trump’s call for mass deportations.

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