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Virginia sheriff slams Biden for dismantling ICE

Frederick County Sheriff Chuck Jenkins speaking on Fox and Friends let de facto president Joe Biden have it with both barrels over Biden's executive orders that are effectively dismantling the Immigration and Customs Enforcement agency. “Americans should be angry and outraged, Sheriff Jenkins said. "What he’s done is effectively and functionally dismantled ICE, basically telling the agents to stand down. There will be no [immigration] enforcement.”
 
Among other things, Biden has restarted the "catch and release" program, in which illegal aliens rarely have shown up for the court dates that are set, greatly reduced the deportation of illegal aliens who have committed serious crimes in the US, paused almost all deportations, stopped building the border wall, and stopping testing the illegal aliens caught for COVID and other diseases.  Biden is also ramping up allowing "refugees" into the country, even though international agencies have found a great majority of those who claim to be "refugees" are really economic migrants.
 
"One thing that’s always been considered in the deportations, are the criminal histories, so regardless of the felony, regardless of the event, the crime, these people are going to roam our streets with impunity. It’s absolutely ridiculous.” Sheriff Jenkins added, “So, listen, what this is gonna do; this is going to be disastrous, dangerous, gonna impact every county, every city, every community in this country. And again, this is total lawlessness. We have to have interior enforcement along with strong border security or we have no laws.”
 



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