ICE Officers Deployed to 'Flood the Streets' of Sanctuary Cities

President Trump and ICE have ordered Border Patrol agents throughout sanctuary cities and have been given the orders to arrest and detain any illegals that they come across.

This is what the New York Times has been reporting anyway and they're not known for being either accurate or honest.

Now, I don't have any doubt that the agents would be ordered to arrest any illegals who they know are guilty of committing crimes, but I don't think that they'd be out there causing such a stir, especially at a time like this.

The operation supposed to take place throughout the rest of the year according to the Times, but again, who knows with them.

Acting ICE Director Matthew Albence confirmed the cooperation to The Hill, saying in a statement that in "jurisdictions where we are not allowed to assume custody" of immigrants from jail, their immigration officers were "forced to make at-large arrests" of immigrants who had been "released into communities."

"When sanctuary cities release these criminals back to the street, it increases the occurrence of preventable crimes, and more importantly, preventable victims," he said.

From The Hill

Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) has begun 24-hour daily surveillance operations near the homes and workplaces of undocumented immigrants in sanctuary cities across the country, according to an exclusive New York Times report.

A senior official with the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) told reporters in February that ICE would be deploying Customs and Border Protection (CBP) officers to “enhance integrity of the immigration system, protect public safety, and strengthen our national security.”

The partnership was intended to assist ICE, which reportedly did not have enough resources to manage the increase in nondetailed cases increased by the rise of sanctuary jurisdictions. ICE reportedly requested approximately 500 special agents to assist in arrest efforts. 

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