Rep. Ruben Gallego (D-AZ) is your typical know nothing liberal. In other words, he lies through his teeth. He is now threatening ICE over the fake news story about President Trump denying Hispanic’s visas because they suspect their birth certificates are fake.
What this lying liberal doesn’t tell you is this was the policy under George W. Bush and Barack Obama. In fact, these cases have fallen under Trump, so he’s doing this to fewer people than Obama. This is just like the child separation scandal. The liberals pretended it was the end of the world when Trump separated less than three thousand children. But they didn’t bat an eye in 2013 when Obama separated over 72,000 children.
Rep. Ruben Gallego (D-AZ) fired a warning shot to ICE officers early on Thursday warning “you will not be safe” from prosecution post-Trump.
Democrats are waging a war on ICE officers and calling for borders to be completely abolished.
The unhinged Democrat (redundant, we know) actually accused ICE officers of deporting “Americans.”
The hysteria began with a story out of the Washington Post wherein they reported the government is denying passports to Hispanics who have U.S. citizenship but are suspected of having fake birth certificates. This same policy was in place during the Bush and Obama years and have actually declined under Trump, but when have facts ever mattered to the left?
“If you are a US government official and you are deporting Americans be warned. When the worm turns you will not be safe because you were just following orders. You do not have to take part in illegal acts ordered by this President’s administration.”
If you are a US government official and you are deporting Americans be warned. When the worm turns you will not be safe because you were just following orders. You do not have to take part in illegal acts ordered by this President's administration. https://t.co/BLq48HRkbH
As you can see, this was in response to Chris Hayes saying: “Citizens having their papers demanded, then confiscated and then put in detention and ordered into deportation proceedings. The historical resonances here are clear as bell.” Chris Crane, the president of the National ICE Council accused Gallego of inciting violence against ICE officers.
In a statement provided to FOX News, Crane said: “It should be frightening to every American that a sitting member of Congress would threaten the safety of any person and their family, and incite the public to take acts of violence against them, let alone the lives of those whose job it is to protect us and keep us safe.”