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The rep of the immigration authority the following ‘illegal’ Trump orders warns: ‘you are not safe”

“If you are warned a U.S. government official and you deport Americans,” Arizona Democratic Republic of the Ruben Gallego tweeted Thursday. “If the worm is not turning to be sure because they were only following orders.”

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A Democratic legislator issued a terrifying warning to government officials involved in the “illegal” deportations, that they are “not sure” of the future penalty, if is Donald Trump President.

“If you are warned a U.S. government official and you deport Americans,” Arizona Democratic Republic of the Ruben Gallego tweeted early Thursday. “If the worm is not turning to be sure because they were only following orders. You have not ordered, to illegal actions by the President’s administration.”

If you are warned a U.S. government official and you deport an American. If the worm is not turning to be sure because they were only following orders. You have not ordered, to illegal actions by the President’s administration. https://t.co/BLq48HRkbH

— Ruben Gallego (@Ruben Gallego) August 30, 2018

Gallego’s comments go beyond those of other Democrats, even those who have called for the confrontation with trump administration officials in public about the immigration policy.

Chris Crane, President of the National ICE Council, which represents thousands of ICE employees who are accused Gallego of the incitement to violence against them, as they “enforce the nation’s laws and keep our communities safe.”

“It is too terrible to every American who is a sitting member of Congress would be a threat to the security of the person and their family, and stir up the public to accept violence against you, let alone the lives of those whose job it is to us to protect us, sure,” crane said in a statement.

Gallego, in a statement to Fox News, to clarify the tried to make his remarks.

“Government officials that are against the law or the Constitution, is not immune to legal consequences,” Gallego said on Thursday. “You will eventually be held accountable for their actions, even if the Trump administration refuses to do this.”

A spokesman for the U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement did not return a request for comment. There will always be more demands from Democrats in the past few months have been the abolition of the Agency.

STATE DEPT. PUSHING BACK ON THE REPORT ON HISPANICS PASSPORTS DENIED

Gallego’s warning was prompted by a story in The Washington Post on Wednesday that looked at how the U.S. government has denied passports for Hispanics, the U.S.’s citizenship, but suspected of potentially fraudulent birth certificates.

In a statement to Fox News on Thursday, a spokesman for the foreign Ministry blasted the Washington Post report, say, passport denials decreased in these cases, even under this government. Both George W. Bush and Barack Obama administrations allegedly passports denied to the people delivered by midwives in Texas Rio Grande Valley, although the practice was hampered by a court challenge, years ago.

“The facts the Washington Post secure, reporting. This is an irresponsible attempt, division, and fear among American citizens, while trying to inflame tensions about immigration,” said Heather Nauert, a State Department spokeswoman. “Under the Trump administration, domestic passport denial for so-called “midwife of the cases are in the case of a 6-year low. The coverage shot is a political cheap.”

But Democrats are outraged over the story, accusing the Trump administration, the attack on minorities.

“The citizens of the US #veterans and law enforcement authorities is imprisoned on suspicion of Mexican, said denied US the passes,” Illinois Rep. Luis Gutiérrez. “Trump’s escalating attacks on U.S. Latinos & people of color.”

U.S. citizens, including #veterans and law enforcement authorities is imprisoned on suspicion of Mexican, denied US passports. Trump escalating attacks on U.S. Latinos & people of color:
WaPo: U.S. to deny passports to US citizens along the border: https://t.co/DPHrVH17Mp #twill #heretostay pic.twitter.com/aZYhY2hT9f

— Luis V. Gutierrez (@RepGutierrez) August 30, 2018

“The Americans are targeted and their rights denied because of the color of their skin,” tweeted Democratic National Committee Chairman, Tom Perez. “This is a disgrace to our democracy and a biting attack on our community. We need to raise our voice. These families are counting on us.”

The Americans are targeted and their rights denied because of the color of their skin. This is a shame for our democracy and a biting attack on our community. We need to raise our voice. These families are counting on us. https://t.co/3o5eZmh1gm

— Tom Perez (@TomPerez) August 30, 2018

“This government is anti-immigrant, nationalist rhetoric and policy are now for US citizens to deny it in an attempt to give you the rights, the guarantees of our Constitution,” Congressional Hispanic Caucus tweeted. “This is wrong, outrageous and betrays our most sacred American ideals.”

This government is anti-immigrant, nationalist rhetoric and policy are now for US citizens to deny it in an attempt to give you the rights, the guarantees of our Constitution. This is wrong, outrageous and betrays our most sacred American ideals. https://t.co/JUM8wq9Fw5

— Hispanic Caucus (@Hispanic Caucus) August 30, 2018

The State Department told The Washington Post they sometimes ask people suspected of fraudulent papers additional proof of birth. Those who are marked as candidates, the birth certificates submitted by “midwife or other birth attendant, who are suspected of fraudulent activities” or those with a U.S. and a foreign birth certificate.

“People who are not in the position to show that you were born in the United States, the issue of a passport is denied,” the State Department, the paper said.

In his history of the Post cited several examples, including a 40-year-old named Juan, who said, allegedly, he was born in the United States, was delivered by a midwife in South Texas and served in the army, the border guard and the state’s prison system.

“I served my country. I fought for my country,” said the man.

Alex Pappas is a political reporter at FoxNews.com. Follow him on Twitter at @Alex Pappas.

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