President Donald Trump Ends ‘Catch and Release’ Immigration Policy
TRUMP ENDS CATCH AND RELEASE …
President Donald Trump has signed a memo ending “catch and relase” illegal immigration policy. It is about time! The White House announced late Friday the end of the “catch and release” policy for illegal immigrants. Catch and release is the practice by which immigrants presenting themselves at the border without authorization are released from detention while waiting for their cases to be processed. Yeah, like how many of them actually show up for their hearing as opposed to becoming illegal residents of the United States? President Trump ran for president to reform immigration policy. Even though the do-nothing Congress hasn’t passed any type of sweeping reform, the administration is taking steps to make policies stricter. And Republicans wonder why they are in trouble for the 208 midterm elections.
U.S. President Donald Trump signed a memorandum on Friday ordering the end of a policy, known as “catch and release,” in which illegal immigrants are released from detention while awaiting a court hearing on their status.
As part of the memo, Trump asked Defense Secretary Jim Mattis to produce a list of military facilities that could be used to detain illegal immigrants.
Posted April 7, 2018 by Scared Monkeys
Deportation, Donald Trump, Donald Trump, Illegal Immigration, Making America Great Again, Open Borders - Border Security | one comment
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This is the right thing to do and well within his executive powers. Any district federal judge that tries to impede this action should be immediately removed from the bench.
The holding facilitesy should be exactly as those built by sheriff Joe in Arizona. An eight foot high chain link fence with razor wire on top and tents for shelter with guards around the enclosure. The National Guard troops could build and maintain such a facility. Segregate the men women and children in separate enclosures.