Trump’s raid to “deport millions” turned up 18 family members

Remember our fake president’s imminent deportation of millions?

❝ The real list had about 2,100 families on it.


❝ The final tally from the operation, according to federal officials: 18 family members were arrested, not enough to fill a school bus. Immigration officials arrested another 17 undocumented immigrants they encountered in their searches, what are known as collateral arrests.

❝ Acting ICE Director Matthew T. Albence called the criminal operation successful and said the family operation, Operation Border Resolve, will continue, although the number of arrests were lower than in the past…Officials would not say where the arrests were made during the recent operation or when the operation took place, and immigration arrests are not public record.

Same old, same old. Trump’s ignorance is matched by his impulse to lie and inflate anything he’s blathering about to galactic size. Trump voters are getting what they deserve. A global laughingstock.

2 thoughts on “Trump’s raid to “deport millions” turned up 18 family members

  1. Postmortem says:

    Immigration raid to cost Koch Foods ‘millions’ On August 7th U.S. Immigration & Customs Enforcement raided seven plants operated by several companies in Mississippi, arresting 680 workers and in many cases leaving the workers young children to fend for themselves.
    Five days later, a spokeswoman for the Mississippi Department of Child Protection Services said the agency is receiving reports that some children have not been reunited with either one of their parents. Koch Foods is a privately held company owned by Joseph Grendys. The company is not affiliated with Koch Industries or the Koch brothers.
    The raids took place four days after a mass shooting occurred at a Walmart store in El Paso, Texas in which a lone gunman killed 22 people and injured 24 others. After the suspect was taken into custody, “he told investigators that he wanted to shoot as many Mexicans as possible”.

  2. Vecino says:

    The U.S. and Mexico discussed on Thursday the proposal of President Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador to expand a reforestation program to Central America and include migrants in the task. This, as part of the virtual summit on climate change summoned by Joe Biden.
    “We see value in natural solutions related to planting trees; if we look at the climate change agenda, the issue of reforestation is a priority,” U.S. authorities said as the replication of the program was accepted.
    Stephen Miller, a white nationalist and senior aide in the Trump White House, is working behind the scenes through his organization America First Legal to assist Republican attorneys general who are suing the Biden administration over immigration issues.
    Miller was responsible for designing some of the Trump administration’s key policies targeting immigrants, including the separation of immigrant children from their families at the U.S.-Mexico border and the ban on travelers from Muslim-majority countries entering the United States.

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