in the vicinityVideoTom Homann: Democrat debate showed 2020 hopefuls don’t have the slightest idea how to handle border crisis
Former ICE Deputy Director Tom Homan from the sounds looked after the night of the Democrat primary debates, the candidates-targeting, detention centers and ICE agents.
Former Acting Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) Director Tom Homan meets again on Thursday on some of the presidential candidates on your far left immigration ideas in the first year of 2020 Democratic debate.
The radical proposals on immigration dominated a good part of the two-hour forum,” as the former Obama Cabinet member Julian Castro, the decriminalization of the border called the crossing illegally and Sen. Cory Booker hit the ICE agents.
Responded on “Fox & Friends” to some of the rhetoric, Homan said, none of the candidates on the stage Wednesday night, “do you have any idea” how the crisis stop deployed on the southern border.
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“You want to normalize to, crossing our border illegally. You want to normalize, is it OK to attack our sovereignty. It is not to normalize OK,” he said, adding that the so-called “cages” have been built by migrants in detention centres, during the Obama administration.
“I’m sick and tired of cages you are talking about. We had beds 100 total family detention, when President Obama came into office. I built a 3,000 beds under President Obama,” he explained.
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Castro went to Beto O’rourke, called the former Texas Congressman for the work in the direction of such a decriminalization, while he was in Congress.
“I think it is a mistake, Beto, I think it is a mistake, and if you really want to change the system, then we need to remove that in the section” Castro said, referring to the law that makes crossing the border a crime.
Homann said, if there are no consequences or obstacles, the crossing the illegal border, then the immigrant population will only increase. Booker said during the debate that the ICE agents “to tear parents from their American children,” and the creation of anxiety around the country.
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Homann called the comments “offensive,” pointed out that Booker state, New Jersey, is a “sanctuary” that cooperate with ICE in some cases.
“If they violate the country illegally and against the law, you should not feel comfortable, you will be affected,” he said, adding that the illegal immigrant community has fear of the immigration authority, for decades.