Immigration activists have long called on President Obama to dramatically reduce the number of deportations of people who’ve entered and remain in the United States illegally.
The draft report obtained just a few weeks ago by the Los Angeles Times indicates that, either intentionally or otherwise, what amnesty advocates have demanded has come to pass.
Via Fox News Latino, we learn that deportations have dropped to their lowest level in President Obama’s six years in office:
Fewer immigrants were deported in the last year than ever during the Obama administration, according to the Los Angeles Times,which obtained a draft report by U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement.
The newspaper noted that the drop – deportations were down by 14 percent – occurred despite a rise in the number of people who illegally crossed the U.S.-Mexico border.
So government figures show that illegal border crossings are up, yet deportations are down. And an investigative report by a Texas TV station could reveal why that’s the case: the process set up by the federal government for moving forward with deportation cases is flawed to the point of being a failure.
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Many thousands of illegal immigrants, including unaccompanied minors, have simply “disappeared” from the government’s tracking system — vanishing into the U.S. population with little if any hope of finding them.
You can watch the shocking report from KPRC-TV by clicking on the video above.
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h/t The Daily Signal
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