in the vicinityVideoTom Homann: families with migration background, coming out in record numbers because they know we can’t arrest them all
Former acting ICE Director Tom Homan reacts to Sen. Gillibrand’s comments on immigration and the left is handling the border crisis.
Former acting ICE Director Thomas Homann took the democratic presidential candidate, Sen. Kirsten Gillibrand, D-NY, the task are to come on Sunday for your immigration comments and politicians like you, enticing illegal immigrants in the United States.
To arrest “if the politicians, as they do not want to say things like we, no one. You sanctuary cities wants to support. We have the open border attitude and the people to be enticed to come here illegally and come into the hands of criminal organisations in this country. The is said, why they come,” Homan, on “Tucker Carlson Tonight” on Monday.
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Gillibrand, while on CBS News’ “Face the Nation” said they would not use the detention system, if you are elected President.
“If they are given a lawyer and be given a process that you will follow,” she said. “You can go in the community, in the way we used to treat these cases, which is under the Department of Justice.”
Who is to blame for the child dying in prison today? You need to look in the mirror.
— Thomas Homann
Homann said this is the wrong message to the immigrants.
A 16-year-old Guatemalan boy died on Monday in US custody. He was held by the foreigners authority for a period of six days — twice as long as a Federal law in the rule allows before they are transferred to another holding facility, even after he was diagnosed with the flu.
To die for the teenager, which was when Carlos Gregorio Hernandez Vasquez, the fifth smaller of Guatemala, after having been arrested by U.S. border agents since December.
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Homann argues that the policy of arrest as Gillibrand promise, only invites more illegal immigration.
“When you start to preach, to open the borders, we will not arrest you, that is, if more people come. That said, if we are going to lose the border,” Homann.
The Associated Press contributed to this report.