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Act, ICE is directed by Mark Morgan pushed her back against Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, Wednesday Fox & friends for their “reckless” comparison of US border-bodies in the concentration camps.
The Deputy Director of Immigration and Customs Enforcement Mark Morgan pushed her back against the Republic of Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez Wednesday on “Fox & Friends” for their “reckless” – a comparison of the US-American border facilities in the concentration camps.
Ocasio-Cortez, D-NY, the comparison during a Instagram-live stream on Monday.
“The fact that the concentration camp is today an institutionalized practice in the land of the free is extremely worrying,” she said.
After I claimed the indignation of the Republicans, they doubled down on the comment, via Twitter, that she was not engaging in “exaggeration.”
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“And for the screaming Republicans, who don’t know the difference: the concentration camps are not the same as the concentration camps. Concentration camps are, by experts as ‘the mass detention of civilians without trial.’ And that is exactly what this government is doing,” she wrote.
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Morgan, the chief of the U.S. Border Patrol in the last few months of the Obama administration, said that he would not back down from the defense of the men and women of ICE and the Border Patrol.
“This kind of rhetoric from our elected leaders is reckless, irresponsible, wrong, and wrong,” he said, and stressed that the authorities “alarm” is constant on the border crisis, “overwhelming” the system.
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“These facilities are not designed for adults, they are designed for families and children, and we have said that for a very, very long time. Congress could pass meaningful legislation, could, tomorrow, the end of this, so the irony here is incredible,” said Morgan.
Ocasio-Cortez has abolished repeatedly for the ICE, with the argument, in February, that the “Latino people are descendants of the indigenous people” and should not be subject to U.S. immigration laws.