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But, it's NOT really the left doing it.. It's the CONGRESS.. Now, the congress COULD give the executive what it wants, OR they COULD exercise their RIGHTS as a co-equal branch of government, and DO their job of OVERSIGHT
How do you oversee and block something you supported before Trump?
Fortunately, the founders anticipated an over-reaching executive and made Constitutional provisions to STOP him..
They also anticipated a tyrannical party trying to obstruct and destroy the opposition President. It's why he's still there.
Lawful Presence Determined Through PEP
According to DHS status indicators, over 276,000 criminal aliens have been booked into local Texas jails between June 1, 2011 and December 31, 2018, of which over 186,000 were classified as illegal aliens by DHS.
Between June 1, 2011 and December 31, 2018, these 186,000 illegal aliens were charged with more than 292,000 criminal offenses which included arrests for 539 homicide charges; 32,443 assault charges; 5,695 burglary charges; 36,840 drug charges; 395 kidnapping charges; 15,859 theft charges; 23,487 obstructing police charges; 1,650 robbery charges; 3,428 sexual assault charges; 2,152 sexual offense charges; and 2,949 weapon charges. DPS criminal history records reflect those criminal charges have thus far resulted in over 120,000 convictions including 238 homicide convictions; 13,559 assault convictions; 3,138 burglary convictions; 17,806 drug convictions; 173 kidnapping convictions; 7,064 theft convictions; 11,264 obstructing police convictions; 1,011 robbery convictions; 1,689 sexual assault convictions; 1,148 sexual offense convictions; and 1,280 weapon convictions.
Illegal Arrest Convictions
These figures only count individuals who previously had an encounter with DHS that resulted in their fingerprints being entered into the DHS IDENT database. Foreign nationals who enter the country illegally and avoid detection by DHS, but are later arrested by local or state law enforcement for a state offense will not have a DHS response in regard to their lawful status and do not appear in these counts.
And that's just Texas.
When dealing with people who don't understand the mother tongue, it's all there is..
What there is, is you telling me how many terrorists, smugglers, criminals, and human traffickers crossing the border is too many, and why you have no interest in letting us stop them.
Then tell us why you have a problem with people who don't speak the mother tongue. Is it your old Democrat Party tendencies creeping in?
I am probably a good person but I haven't taken the time to fill out my profile, so you'll never know!