Sunday, February 5, 2017
Not just 'bad hombres': Trump is targeting up to 8 million people for deportation
At LATimes by Brian Bennett --
SHAW It's simple if you are in the U.S. Illegally you have comitted crime and must be deported,
anyone illegal is a bad hombre including families. They are still illegal.
When President Trump ordered a vast overhaul of immigration law enforcement during his first week in office, he stripped away most restrictions on who should be deported, opening the door for roundups and detentions on a scale not seen in nearly a decade.
Up to 8 million people in the country illegally could be considered priorities for deportation, according to calculations by the Los Angeles Times. They were based on interviews with experts who studied the order and two internal documents that signal immigration officials are taking an expansive view of Trump’s directive.
Far from targeting only “bad hombres,” as Trump has said repeatedly, his new order allows immigration agents to detain nearly anyone they come in contact with who has crossed the border illegally. People could be booked into custody for using food stamps or if their child receives free school lunches.