Wednesday, February 15, 2017 by Robert Jonathan
Globalist, open-borders moneyman George Soros is allegedly behind the anti-deportation protests occurring throughout the country and apparently America is in for a long, hot summer in this regard.
Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) agents last week arrested about 700 illegal immigrants in raids across the country. According to Homeland Security Secretary John Kelly, 75 percent of those taken into custody in the enforcement surge were criminal aliens with serious felonies on their records. Crimes included murder, drug trafficking, and sexual assault.
“President Trump has been clear in affirming the critical mission of DHS in protecting the nation and directed our Department to focus on removing illegal aliens who have violated our immigration laws, with a specific focus on those who pose a threat to public safety,” General Kelly explained. “ICE conducts these kind of targeted enforcement operations regularly and has for many years,” Kelly added.
The operations took place in Atlanta, Chicago, Los Angeles, New York, San Antonio, and the Carolinas.
President Trump vowed during the election campaign to detain and remove criminal aliens who were being allowed to freely roam the country by the Obama administration. In an executive order issued after Sessions was sworn in, Trump also directed federal law enforcement authorities to bring their resources to bear against drug-smuggling cartels. (RELATED: Read more about the Trump administration at Trump.news.)
To no one’s surprise, fear-mongering and pandering liberal Democrats who always put the interests of illegal immigrants ahead of American citizens and legal U.S. residents are already complaining about the “dehumanizing” arrests.
Trump senior advisor Stephen Miller appeared on NBC News Meet the Press and didn’t mince words. “Blasting liberal activists who are more concerned about ‘the effects of enforcement on people here illegally’ than they are about ‘the well-being of lawful immigrants and U.S. citizens,’ Miller promised the Trump administration is ‘going to focus on public safety and saving American lives,'” LifeZette reported.
The crackdown on illegal criminals is merely the keeping of my campaign promise. Gang members, drug dealers & others are being removed!
— Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) February 12, 2017
Soros-funded groups apparently plan to continue the protests all summer against ICE targeted apprehensions while feeding the most sympathetic, made-for-TV stories to a gullible and hysterical mainstream (or fake stream) media, World Net Daily claims. (RELATED: Read more about media fakery at Journalism.news.)
Through his Open Society Foundation, billionaire Hillary Clinton supporter Soros reportedly provides the cash behind many social justice activist groups, rent-a-mobs, and think tanks all of which promote a collectivist agenda.
Under the lofty guise of building “tolerant societies” and “initiatives that advance justice,” Soros and his globalist minions are more interested in a borderless world and using covert operations to destabilize nations, Natural News previously insisted.
By way of another example, writing in the New York Times, former Wall Street Journal reporter Asra Q. Nomani, who self-describes as a lifelong liberal feminist and Muslim who voted for Trump in the presidential election, claims that the highly publicized Women’s March that occurred on the day after Inauguration Day in Washington, D.C., was far from a spontaneous, grassroots outpouring. Instead, Nomani explained that George Soros funded or has close ties with 50-plus March partners.
An official with American for Legal Immigration told WND that the Soros-orchestrated protests against the immigration raids may backfire. “These kinds of protests that involve blocking roads, violence, and the breaking of laws are having the opposite effect from what the demonstrators intend. Instead of generating sympathy, these kinds of arrestable offenses are building support for immigration and border law enforcement.”
He also claimed that Attorney General Sessions could invoke civil rights laws to prosecute violent, anti-deportation protesters.
A Change.org petition has been launched calling for the revocation of George Soros’ U.S. citizenship, although it has less that 300 signatures as of this writing.
Stay informed about the latest activities of George Soros at SOROS.news