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Ex-ICE Director blames The listen conflict: ‘I’ve forgotten more about this subject than you will ever know”

nearvideo former ICE Director shoots Wasserman Schultz in a heated exchange of words about deferred action

Former ICE Director Tom Homan Rep. Debbie Wasserman Schultz shoots in heated exchange of words about deferred action.

Former ICE Director Tom Homan appeared before a house Subcommittee on Wednesday is ready to fight – and he has one.

During a court hearing by the house oversight civil rights and Civil liberties sub-Committee, Homan insisted that the Democrats pushed a false narrative that the Trump administration came to an end the deferred action — a kind of deportation reprieve — for illegal immigrants with medical issues. The hearing room erupted when Rep. Debbie Wasserman Schultz, D-Fla., called for his bill, in factual and personal conditions.

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“I think it is important to go to really be sure that the chauvi tables, bigoted statement by Mr Homann is almost completely wrong, as an outrage, and as a former official in the management of the Immigration and Customs Enforcement agency, he should know better,” she said.

“What I said was inaccurate?” Homann shot back, as a Chairman Jamie Raskin, D-Md., intervened to restore order.

“I think it is important that it is accepted as an accurate statement.” She went on to question other witnesses on the panel, but not the questions, what is the Homan.

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Homann, who is a Fox News post, finally, Wasserman-Schultz responds when Rep. Jim Jordan, R-Ohio, had his round. After answering one of Jordan’s questions, Homan, his attention turned to the Florida Democrat, who is to lead the Democratic National Committee.

“If I can respond to the earlier comment from Wasserman Schultz, I have forgotten more about this subject than you ever will know,” he said. “So, if you say my statement is inaccurate, it is wrong. Everything I said is right here. Bottom-line. If you want to, go toe-to-toe, I’m here. I’m here on my own time and talk to the American people about what is wrong and what is fact.”

“I’m happy to go toe-to-toe with you, Mr Homann,” Wasserman Schultz responded. “I’m happy to do that every day.”

“Then you must allow me to answer your question, rather than Drop a bomb and runs away,” Homan fired again, the Wasserman Schultz said, “It was my time.”

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Homann defense of the Trump administration was that, while the Democrats are calling for the medical deferred action program is the way, the only change is that decisions on who deferred action is now available from ICE instead of U.S. citizenship and Immigration services, which is not a law enforcement Agency.

“It is not right to a deferred action program for a Federal Agency,” he said in his opening speech. He explained that deferred action is a form of prosecutorial discretion that had to be made on a “case-to-case basis and even then only by the appropriate law enforcement Agency… that the statutory authority of the laws.” He said it was untrue that the government get rid of medical deferred action completely.

“It helps to have a mixed message, which is all of a sudden deferred action way,” he said later. “ICE cream is not your heart put on a shelf when you carry the badge and gun, and all of a sudden don’t care about humanity. It is ridiculous. It is a ridiculous false narrative, and I’m going to die here be ’till the day I defend the men and women of the Border Patrol and ICE, put it on the line defending this country.”

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Before the hearing, Homann News appeared on Fox claims that the Democrats will take the goods of what happened “out of context … to increase hate against the administration,” and that he was going to defend his former Agency.

“I don’t go there, said after a fight, but I’m going to run away from one either,” he said.

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