Where would we be without groups like Judicial Watch (JW)?
We’d be living in a nation filled with ignorant people – more ignorant than we currently are. We’d be living in a country that we thought was free, and open, and transparent, but in fact is not. We’d be living in the Soviet Union, minus the communism, jackboots and food lines.
Regardless of who resides at 1600 Pennsylvania Ave., the Swamp just keeps on doing what they do.
One of President Trump’s major campaign issues was to solve the illegal immigration problem once and for all. And for his part, he’s been doing an admirable job. But he can’t do it all himself, and Judicial Watch has learned that he isn’t get much help from the Swamp.
Just yesterday, it was reported, “Immigrants entering the United States illegally through the southern border are quietly being relocated to different parts of the country on commercial flights, high-ranking Homeland Security officials told Judicial Watch.”
“In the last few days alone, groups of illegal aliens boarded planes at airports in Texas and Arizona accompanied by a taxpayer-funded government escort in civilian clothes to avoid drawing attention.”
JW adds that virtually all the “passengers” appeared to be older teenagers and their escorts were officials from the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (HHS), not Homeland.
You may recall that HHS has experienced some turmoil recently. Former Secretary Tom Price was forced to resign in September over his use of private jets for multiple government business trips.
The obvious question that we all should be asking is how – how is this still happening? Trump has been in office for a year, yet the Obama policy of covertly ferrying illegals around the country still continues.
Well, one answer that Trump supporters are not going to like is that the Trump administration has opted to “quietly extend the controversial Obama-era policy that relocates illegal immigrants to unsuspecting communities nationwide.” I don’t like it anymore than you do, but I also trust Judicial Watch implicitly to report the truth.
And worse, the Washington Times reported in November, “The Trump administration reinstated a de facto catch-and-release policy for illegal immigrants nabbed crossing the border in Texas, with Border Patrol agents being told Wednesday not to even bother turning them over for speedy deportation because there was no bed space,” a top agent said.