Senator David Vitter (R-LA), a ranking member of the Senate Armed Services Committee, slammed [Alleged] President Barack Obama's immigration policy changes Sunday during an appearance on Fox News Channel. Vitter. Sen. Vitter told anchor Shannon Bream that he and a number of senators are joining federal law enforcement officials in blocking Obama's attempt at incremental "amnesty" through fiat.
Vitter said today that he supports the fight against the White House by Sen. Jeff Sessions (R-AL), who held a press conference televised on Fox News Channel on Thursday, along with officials from two major unions that represent federal law enforcement agencies, in order to increase national awareness of the Obama administration's continued descent into lawlessness.
U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement special agent Christopher Crane, President of the National Immigration and Customs Enforcement Council, the union representing America’s more than 7,000 ICE agents and personnel, and Border Patrol agent George McCubbin, President of the National Border Patrol Council, the union representing America’s more than 17,000 border agents and personnel, both blasted [Alleged] President Barack Obama's de facto "Dream Act," and the actions of superiors at their respective agencies.
“The Administration claims it has diligently enforced immigration law and that the border is ‘more secure than ever.’ But those on the front lines know this to be untrue. They see the violence, chaos and lawlessness. They have lost confidence in the leadership of their agencies," according to the outspoken Agent Crane.
"As you will hear today, this administration has engaged in a sustained, relentless effort to undermine America’s immigration laws. They have handcuffed and muffled those charged with protecting the public safety and the integrity of our borders. Such action has not only weakened our security but our democracy, as well," he stated.
"All Americans, immigrant and native born, will have a better future if our nation remains unique in the world for the special reverence it places on the rule of law and fairness in our immigration system,” Crane stated.
“It‘s impossible to understand the full scope of the administration’s changes, but what we are seeing... concerns us greatly,” Crane said.
Last week, the news media -- including the Law Enforcement Examiner -- reported on a shocking discovery: the U.S. government allowed up to 25 illegal aliens to attend a flight school in Boston, according to a Government Accountability Office report.
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