Reports Of Anticipated DHS Deportations A Matter of Law and Enforcement…

A recent article in the Washington Post about “raids to deport illegal alien families” seeks to create a political narrative, perhaps even a Trump-effect as the story line. However, it’s not a matter of Trump – or even federal judge Andrew Hannen – the affect is rule of law.

Image: Barack Obama, Jeh Johnson

[…]  The ICE operation would target only adults and children who have already been ordered removed from the United States by an immigration judge, according to officials familiar with the undertaking, who spoke on the condition of anonymity because planning is ongoing and the operation has not been given final approval by DHS. The adults and children would be detained wherever they can be found and immediately deported. The number targeted is expected to be in the hundreds and possibly greater. (link)

Almost everything following that paragraph above -in the severely slanted Washington Post outline- is factually false, presented entirely with left-wing ideological underpinnings.

Despite the ineptitude and abject stupidity of the current congress, led by amnesty-aligned Republicans, there is a pesky problem for DHS Secretary Jeh Johnson regarding border enforcement and deportation – that pesky problem is actual law needing to be enforced.

Yes, there are political ramifications when the executive office turns a blind-eye to unlawful entry; and yes, there are political ramifications when the Department of Homeland Security refuses to comply with immigration law enforcement; but the real problem for the Obama administration is their ideology running counter to the law.

This was abundantly evidenced when Texas Judge Andrew Hanen blocked President Obama’s unconstitutional overreach within the DAPA (Deferred Action for Parents of Americans and Lawful Permanent Residents program).

Twice the Obama Dept. of Justice appealed the Hanen injunction/ruling, twice they failed. Their desperate third attempt via the Supreme Court has little chance of succeeding.  However, like good little ideological leftists, they try to buy time and hope no-one pays attention to the full story.  They already know they can count on congress to allow them full latitude to continue their usurpation – hence, the electorate despise congress.

Again, the issue is enforcement of current law, where President Obama and Secretary Johnson attempt to skirt their enforcement responsibilities; and again, they encounter that pesky thing – law.

When anyone fully understands what is taking place, and contrasts that reality against the backdrop of what ‘has-taken-place‘, you reach a point where Glenn Beck and Ted Cruz’s soccer ball and teddy bear campaign in 2014 becomes exponentially more insufferable.

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It is ironic that one part of the aforementioned dynamic duo actually thinks his current position on immigration can be reconciled against his past behavior.  Perhaps it can, but only so long as his past behavior remains forgotten or hidden from the electorate.

~ “The Idiots Who Fell For It ~

President Obama and Secretary Jeh Johnson allowed millions of illegal aliens to flow into the U.S. from central and south America.  They are here illegally.  Glenn Beck, Dana Loesch and Ted Cruz greeted them with gifts and open arms.  But the problem for all of the facilitators and co-dependents remains the fact they are here illegally.

They are illegal.

As a direct consequence of the laws being broken Judge Hanen has blocked Obama and Johnson from legalizing five million of them, giving them eligible work status and allowing them to stay indefinitely.   So now what?

The rule of law has been applied – now comes, or at least is supposed to come, the enforcement mechanism, DEPORTATION.  Hence, the Washington Post rushes quick to the typeset to both pontificate, and simultaneously illicit sympathy.

Why not?  The media sympathy approach worked in the summer of 2014 when the unlawful border crossings where labeled “a humanitarian crisis” and Glenn, Dana and Senator Ted rushed to the border to “help”.

It is ironic that law, both the application thereof and the enforcement therein, allows only one legal option, deportation.  And yet only one candidate one presidential candidate is clearly on record saying he is willing to follow that law-and-order approach.

Guess who?

trump brilliant

No parseltongue.

No obfuscation.

No dodging.

No doubt.


…”and I will build a wall, and it will be a great wall, and we will secure our borders, and we will deport those who are here illegally.  Because…

…either we have a country, or we don’t” !

This is exactly why he will win.

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81 Responses to Reports Of Anticipated DHS Deportations A Matter of Law and Enforcement…

  1. NannyG says:

    If the DHS gives these illegals a one month’s heads up, I’m going to guess that they won’t find ANY illegals to deport come next month when they start enforcing the law.
    Isn’t a ”raid,” supposed to have an element of surprise?

    Liked by 9 people

    • rashamon says:

      The Truman and Eisenhower strategy. The number of illegals available to deport dropped amazingly when notice was given. Frankly, most have a place to go, but those places just don’t offer all the “breads and circuses” available in the U.S. The blind-eye once again started in the mid-60s. One very legal, but sadistic Mexican restaurant owner used to keep his employees on their tippy-toes by yelling “Federales” during off hours when it didn’t affect his traffic. They all hid in the meat freezer.

      Sad, but true.


    • John Galt says:

      Obozo has a tradition of dropping leaflets in advance to warn targets.

      Liked by 3 people

    • Paco Loco says:

      In Mexico, if you are caught without papers, you go directly to jail. deportation may take months.

      Liked by 1 person

      • WSB says:

        Here, if you’re caught without papers you are given a driver’s license. Go figure.

        Liked by 1 person

      • Laverner1 says:

        No, you do not quite have it right! First the Mexican government aids them in exiting Mexico into the USA! Mexican leadership has threatened to regain lands they lost in the 1800’s by overrunning the USA with migrants, legal and illegal! They have a well managed escort service for those coming from other S. American countries so long as they do not stay in Mexico Anyone in Mexican jails can arrange for “deportation” to the USA so long as they have the Pesos for El Chapo. Otherwise, they can swallow prophylactics filled with illegal drug and the drug runners will see to their passage over our border!

        Liked by 2 people

  2. H Hutto says:

    So they announce early so all preparations can be made to make the proposed deportation a complete fiasco and prove once and for all, that deportation just can’t be done!
    Media circus to ensue.
    Apply the laws we now have and build the WALL!

    Liked by 2 people

  3. TAS says:

    Just wondering if they plan on making this look like a terrible thing…media everywhere showing the people being rounded up, just to make it look like Trumps plan to deport is the worst thing that could ever happen…you know the…”this is not who we are”…bull crap. All to make Trump look bad!!

    Liked by 7 people

    • daveinsocal says:

      It is crap! And since they have to do something, you are right they are going to twist this and spin it to their advantage. Trump is right-either we have law and order binding a civil society together, or we cede this land to anarchy. Their stories are surely tragic and heart rending. BUT, what makes them more superior to the citizens of this soverign nation that cannot take care of its own citizens? Want to be compassionate? Give them a pillow to sit on for the bus ride back. Maybe run the AC too. No more being politically correct either. They are ILLEGAL ALIENS here ILLEGALLY and the moment they entered they should NOT be afforded ANY rights.

      Liked by 3 people

    • Curry Worsham says:

      Illegal is not who we are.

      Liked by 2 people

    • KBR says:

      They will only make themselves look bad. Trump only has to say “that’s not the way I would do it.”
      And their efforts will leave egg on their faces.

      Liked by 4 people

    • WSB says:

      If that is what this is, they are playing with a bit of fire. It could backfire. Either that or two other options:

      They have wind of another attack, so this is cover that they are doing something.
      The announcement is made so everyone can find their ‘safe space.’

      Options are all evil.


  4. stringy theory says:

    Trump will blow Cruz out of the water when the time comes and even before Rove and his henchmen go after him. There is no way to reconcile Cruz’s record with someone who is for border security and against any sort of amnesty for illegals. Only Trump can be trusted to build a wall and round up all the illegals for deportation. It can and will be done when he becomes POTUS. I wonder how many of Beck’s and Cruz’s teddy bears went to Isis members crossing our border?

    Liked by 7 people

  5. Renee Blythe says:

    This should have been done when 911 happened! Secure the borders and send the radicals and illegals home!!

    Liked by 5 people

    • phil fan says:

      Instead Bush used the crisis to attack his fathers enemy, Iraq, ignore the real perpetrators of 9/11, the stinking Saudis, and flung the border OPEN. No wonder we are so pissed

      Liked by 2 people

  6. lastConservinIllinois? says:

    “…. Would target adults and children who have already been ordered to be removed ….”

    So that would be what, MAYBE one one hundredth of one percent of the illegals here currently?
    IF that many?

    AND it will be like finding a needle in a haystack.

    NOTHING will come of this.
    Just a couple politicians giving lip service to the issue raised BY MR TRUMP AND ONLY MR TRUMP!
    What a complete bunch of jackasses the people in DC are.

    Trumps real numbers must be WAY more impressive than we are being told or we would not be witnessing this kabuki.

    Liked by 6 people

    • daveinsocal says:

      How many reports have there been of illegals not showing up for their court hearings? When the Texas injunction came down, how long did the clowns in the gubermint have to search for those they gave the illegal documents to? Color me cynical on this one apart for the ammunition these dolts have provided to Trump and also shown the American people how utterly incompetent our gubermint is. I can hardly wait when President Trump starts opening the lids on some of these beauracracies and starts cockroach stomping.

      Liked by 7 people

    • KitKat says:

      Maybe they’re trying to win back Democrats who are defecting.

      Liked by 2 people

      • 2x4x8 says:

        yes, that is a part of it, the Liberal policies under Obama/Clinton hurt Working Class Joe Six-Pack white dude, they can’t win with Environmentalist, Feminist and Minority-Welfare classes alone, Karl Rove isn’t the only one doing electorate polling (hello Nate Silver, you sticking with that 5% chance Trump wins nomination?)

        since voters are against Obama policies, Obama has to make it “look” like he is doing something, same with his Oval Office Terrorism speech, it fell flat, no new initiatives, Trump said he would stop Muslim Refugees, polls (voters) agree, so Obama visits Pentagon (knocks on door and they say “who the F are you”) holds a meeting with top National Security Staff, sends Kerry to Moscow and Ash Carter to Middle East

        answer: See, Democrats are doing something about Terrorism

        so the “Deportations” initiative is the same thing, pandering to stump Trump and boast Democrat election (its not just Presidential office)


  7. Rebel Mope says:

    I fully expect these deportations to be met with some sort of lawsuit that the Administration purposely loses. Then the courts will have conflicting rulings and the SCOTUS will be forced to play along. Remember, the purpose is not to win these rulings, it is to drag this out as long as possible.
    I just hope the Trump Administration takes a hard stance with these “community organizer” groups and metes out some real justice, so they can complain about “Social Justice” from a jail cell for a couple decades.

    Liked by 6 people

  8. John Galt says:

    Obozo Kabuki Theater

    Liked by 1 person

  9. El_Flaco says:

    My theory is Congress is planning on another amnesty push next year. The Obama administration has agreed to offer a fig leaf of a few thousand deportations to soften the argument that Obama isn’t enforcing the law.
    This is also why Cruz has come out against legalization. His gamble is that amnesty will already be law in 2017 so he won’t have to worry about upholding that position. His pro amnesty donors aren’t running for the exits which gives my theory more credibility.

    Liked by 4 people

  10. bitterlyclinging says:

    The perfidy be severe, even extreme, in this government.
    Lets remove the de facto immunity the legislators, appointed, and elected officials have from prosecutions for malfeasance in office and deal with them accordingly. If Jeh Johnson deliberately ordered DHS to overlook the social media postings of persons like Tafsheen Malik and Americans died as a result, prosecute them for it.

    Liked by 1 person

    • KBR says:

      Key word, “de facto”
      Trump isn’t a de facto observant kinda guy.

      Liked by 1 person

    • WSB says:

      I so agree with you. Have been complaining about this for years. I also believe that each state AG should be able to bypass the Federal AG in the event the Feds do not bring charges against any defendant in Congress or Federal agencies. If the crime was committed in any one particular state, the state AG should be deputized to indict.

      THAT would bring change alright. Good change.


  11. bob e says:

    great essay sundance & co ..

    Liked by 1 person

  12. Notmeagain says:

    Money quotes:
    wherever they can be found
    number targeted is expected to be in the hundreds

    In other words, bupkis. I hope pins on that first one to hammer home how little the DHS is even tracking the ones who have definitely positively been identified as not here legally under any interpretation.


  13. Doodahdaze says:

    The Choccunists in this administration are doing the best to finish off the USA in the year they have left.


  14. jojo says:

    Hope they send the 5 aliens they just picked up 10 miles from my home. 2 of them from Syria and 3 from Pakistan. They had aluminum cylinder containers with them. Not a chance Obama will deport them.

    Liked by 1 person

  15. Paul Killinger says:

    Right! I lived in Washington in the ’70’s when the INS (ICE’s forerunner) would hold raids on popular Georgetown restaurants at dinnertime to arrest and deport illegal workers. These were also trumpeted by the Post at the time.

    And they sure solved the problem, didn’t they? Except now we have 10X the number of non-citizens among us with more on the way every day. Fortunately, 40 years later there may finally be real help on the way!


  16. KBR says:

    Question: can a new president imprison an old cabinet member for failing to follow the law?

    Liked by 1 person

  17. beaujest says:

    Start with the Kenyan !

    Liked by 3 people

  18. notamemberofanyorganizedpolicital says:

    Have you ever heard the expression “Dumb as a Post?”


  19. Paul Killinger says:

    I don’t think the illegal migrants and visa overstays are too worried. If the advertised number of deportations in the “hundreds” is accurate, they have less than a 1/100,000 chance of actually being sent home. Besides, then they can just turn around and come back in, like they always have!


  20. Reality Wins says:

    Of course if all of this was happening under a Republican President the MSM headline would announce:


  21. H Hutto says:

    Maybe this is to be done to excite the (ahem) voter base:
    Hispanic activists vow to flood voter rolls
    The effort is funded in part by the Open Society Foundation, the project of liberal billionaire George Soros.


  22. Paco Loco says:

    The ICE and Border Patrol have been handcuffed by this tyrannical Justice department. If they were serious about catching illegals and deporting them, they’d setup a sting were they advertise a job for Spanish speakers at $50/hour and bust them when they come in for the job interview.


  23. Arkindole says:

    And, just like the ISIS “campaign”, let’s make sure to announce enforcement intent well in advance of the operation. Wink wink wink.


  24. remster says:

    Total propaganda. Never gonna happen. It should, but it won’t. Not with these guys running the show.


  25. vdorta says:

    This is all a show: there are hundreds of thousands of illegals coming into the US; Obummer and his dolts make believe they are working hard to send back a few hundred. Isn’t it clear?


    • bulwarker says:

      The article says:
      “More than 100,000 families with both adults and children have made the journey across the southwest border since last year…”
      “The Department of Homeland Security has begun preparing for a series of raids that would target for deportation hundreds of families…”

      100,000/999 = 0.99%
      So if DHS deported hundreds it would still account for less than one percent of illegals that have been here since last year (not to include illegals here from before 2014)…

      This is all for show, so Obama can point to the theatre deportations taking place (likely only illegal felons they’ve known about) to claim he is strong on the rule of law and border security.


  26. “Wherever they can be found”…like in those fully funded sanctuary cities. Yea right I’m not buyin this. Total bs once they are here they are hooked up with the Mexican activists (La Raza), and their friends and families already here to protect their civil rights to be here.
    It will be next to impossible to get them out without some drastic measures. It could be done but the pansy asses in DC will never do it.
    We need a wall, a big beautiful wall only with a small door-Mr. Trump a very small door. We need to get those here illegally out before letting millions back in.
    We have millions coming in from everywhere else.

    Liked by 1 person

  27. Doodahdaze says:

    The Republicans have just funded all of Obama amnesty efforts and everything else Obama wants to do for the rest of his reign of insanity. They are as responsible as he is.


  28. ftwphil says:

    CNN had a hit piece on the next president, and their response to his deportation comments was gobsmacked with “we will need 100,000 buses. I’m sure DoEducation has something like that.

    Let’s make it a summer time project.

    It was also a good example of problem orientation, and not solution orientation.


  29. ediegrey says:

    Trump on Twitter tonight:
    Donald J. Trump ‏@realDonaldTrump · 6h6 hours ago
    Wow, because of the pressure put on by me, ICE TO LAUNCH LARGE SCALE DEPORTATION RAIDS. It’s about time!

    Liked by 1 person

  30. vickie says:

    Some of these illegals are being housed on military basis. Also, they will be needing places to put the 100,000 + Syrian, (or want-to-be Syrians) refugees they are bring in. obama will want his muslim’s here instead of latinos and Mexican’s. If you put these refugees on the military bases they can just kill our military people on location when they are asleep. After all our military, thank you clinton law, is not allowed to be armed on the bases.


  31. vincentjappi says:

    “Illicit sympathy”?


  32. jojo says:

    There are several “SAFE” houses in a little town south of Tucson along I-19. It’s a hot bed of aliens.
    YUP! I’m for TRUMP. He’s the only one capable & willing to build a dang fence. Git ‘er done. Get registered & get your friends registered. We must do our part since he is doing his.


  33. workwithus says:

    “When anyone fully understands what is taking place, and contrasts that reality against the backdrop of what ‘has-taken-place‘, you reach a point where Glenn Beck and Ted Cruz’s soccer ball and teddy bear campaign in 2014 becomes exponentially more insufferable”. “Lavigne spoke briefly about his client, saying he arrived in the United States about a year ago from his native El Salvador”. Wonder if his client got a soccer ball or teddy bear from Glenn or Ted? Exponentially more insufferable on full display.


  34. moe ham head says:

    but i thought it wasnt illegal to be illegal


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