Issues, States

Nancy Pelosi Calls ICE ‘Cowardly’, ICE Fires Back

It comes as no surprise that San Fran Nancy Pelosi is moving to the defense of her home soviet, er, um, state, in its fight with the Trump administration over immigration.

After the DOJ announced its lawsuit against the sanctuary state status and the refusal comply with illegal immigration enforcement, Pelosi blasted, “We will fight all cowardly attacks on our immigrant communities.”

Which ICE didn’t find very amusing. Acting Director Thomas Homan pointed out that recent raids have targeted criminal illegal aliens who were preying on California communities.

But in Pelosi’s rush to politicize the issue, facts are mere stumbling blocks.

Here’s more from Fox News…

Acting ICE Director Thomas Homan had some strong words Tuesday for House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi, who accused the Trump administration and ICE agents of carrying out “cowardly attacks” on illegal immigrants.

Pelosi issued the statement after the Justice Department filed a lawsuit against California, claiming three recently passed state laws are deliberately interfering with federal immigration enforcement.

“The people of California will not be bowed by the Trump administration’s brazen aggression and intimidation tactics,” the California Democrat said. “Californians will continue to proudly keep our doors open to the immigrants who make America more American. We will fight this sham lawsuit and will fight all cowardly attacks on our immigrant communities.”

Homan responded on “Varney & Co.” defending his officers for putting “their lives on the line” each day for their country

“So how dare you call them cowardly,” he said.

He pointed out that the criminal illegal immigrants ICE targeted in recent raids were the ones who were actually terrorizing immigrant communities, as they are charged with serious offenses such as assault and murder.

“ICE went in there and removed these people from the community. So that’s far from terrorizing. We’re protecting people, we’re protecting the American public,” Homan said.


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