There is nothing sadder than when you give someone the power to do something and then take away their ability to do it.
You see it all the time where you have someone that for one reason or another thinks that they have the knowledge on how to do things, maybe even the authority, but don’t have the experience of how things work.
Joe Biden came into the office of President thinking that he had all the answers when in reality all he is doing is trying to appease liberals who want to turn the nation into a landscape of illegals from sea to shining sea.
Now, you could be a cop and have someone walk up to a cop holding a giant sign that said they were an illegal alien and the cop cannot do anything about it. Thanks Joe.
On Monday, Sheriff Chuck Jenkins of Frederick County, Maryland, warned that “Americans will not be safe” thanks to Imperial Leader Joe Biden’s wide open borders immigration policies and “immigrant communities” will not be safe either. “These types of laws lead to more victims of crime, more violent crime, and gangs infiltrating this country.” It’s America last now.
Americans should be “outraged” at Biden for his immigration stance, Sheriff Jenkins insists. They would be if the Constitution was still in force. The Imperial Leader just “dismantled ICE” by “basically telling the agents to stand down.”
Concern for things like safety and security are nothing but illusions of White privilege. Welcome to wide open borders globalism courtesy of George Soros and his beloved Open Societies Foundations.
Sheriff Jenkins continues to act like the First Amendment still protects free speech. He got irate and went public when he caught a TV interview “by an unnamed official who told The Washington Post on Sunday that the Biden administration ‘abolished ICE without abolishing ICE.’”
Under his Imperial Wisdom, “U.S. immigration authorities will revise their approach to arrests and deportations,” Homeland Security confirms. All it takes is a stroke of the pen. “U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services recently rescinded two 2018 policy memos related to the issuance of Notices to Appear when processing requests for immigration benefits,” USCIS spokesman Matthew Bourke said Sunday.