Trump CONFIRMS: Considering Dumping Migrants in Sanctuary Cities!

Trump CONFIRMS:  Considering Dumping Migrants in Sanctuary Cities!

The White House is considering transferring immigrants detained at the southern border to Democrat-controlled "sanctuary cities."

After reports surfaced that the idea was brought up twice and shot down by attorneys from Immigrations and Customs Enforcement (ICE), President Trump tweeted on Friday that his administration is "indeed, as reported, giving strong considerations to placing Illegal immigrants in Sanctuary Cities only," adding "The Radical Left always seems to have an Open Borders, Open Arms policy – so this should make them very happy!"

On Friday, the Washington Post and ABC News reported that the Trump administration had twice pushed for transferring migrants to sanctuary cities, citing anonymous senior government officials familiar with the matter. 

The White House believed it could punish Democrats — including Pelosi — by busing ICE detainees into their districts before their release, according to two DHS whistleblowers who independently reported the busing plan to Congress. One of the whistleblowers spoke with The Washington Post, and several DHS officials confirmed the accounts. They spoke on the condition of anonymity to discuss internal deliberations. -Washington Post

"This was just a suggestion that was floated and rejected, which ended any further discussion," said one White House official who acknowledged the discussions, according to the report.

A Department of Homeland Security (DHS) official confirmed the discussions in "a nearly identical statement," but asserted that the discussion is now over.

The plan was reportedly pushed by senior Trump adviser Stephen Miller, according to two DHS officials; once in November and again three months later during the shutdown talks.

White House officials first broached the plan in a Nov. 16 email, asking officials at several agencies whether members of the caravan could be arrested at the border and then bused “to small- and mid-sized sanctuary cities,” places where local authorities have refused to hand over illegal immigrants for deportation.

The White House told U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement that the plan was intended to alleviate a shortage of detention space but also served to send a message to Democrats.The attempt at political retribution raised alarm within ICE, with a top official responding that it was rife with budgetary and liability concerns, and noting that “there are PR risks as well.” -Washington Post "


This was just a suggestion that was floated and rejected, which ended any further discussion," the White House said in a statement. Until today...

Contrary to the report, ICE acting deputy director Matthew Albence acknowledged the discussion but said he was never pressured, saying in a statement: "As the Acting Deputy I was not pressured by anyone at the White House on this issue. I was asked my opinion and provided it and my advice was heeded."

After the November discussions, Albence brought ICE attorneys into the picture after the topic came up again three months later, who ultimately killed the idea.

Trump has been demanding ­aggressive action to deal with the surge of migrants, and many of his administration’s proposals have been blocked in federal court or, like the family separation policy last year, have backfired as public relations disasters.

Homeland Security officials said the sanctuary city request was unnerving, and it underscores the political pressure Trump and Miller have put on ICE and other DHS agencies at a time when the president is furious about the biggest border surge in more than a decade. -Washington Post

Pelosi slams "The extent of this administration’s cynicism and cruelty cannot be overstated," said the San Francisco Democrat in a statement through spokeswoman Ashley Etienne. "Using human beings — including little children — as pawns in their warped game to perpetuate fear and demonize immigrants is despicable."

Trump has previously railed against sanctuary cities - while a January 2018 Executive Order to pull funding from the illegal-friendly cities was slapped with an immediate injunction that was upheld by the 9th circuit. The city of San Francisco argued that the executive order violated the Constitution by "effectively trying to commandeer state and local officials to enforce federal immigration law," wrote the New York Times. The city estimated that it stood to lose over $1 billion in federal funding as a result of the EO, while nearby Santa Clara said it would lose around $1.7 billion - or more than a third of its revenue

Hal Turner Commentary

Listeners to my radio show know that on several occasion, I have put forth this idea.  Specifically, I urged the Department of Homeland Security as well as Immigration and Customs Enforcement, to bus illegal aliens to Sanctuary Cities AND to the neighborhoods of members of Congress and of federal judges who rule against the Administration on matters of immigration enforcement or policy!

It appears someone may have been listening to MY show!

I support this idea.  Not only should the President direct Homeland Security and ICE to bus illegal aliens to the aforementioned neighborhoods, but he should make a very public spectacle of it; announcing the arrival of the busloads and sending fliers to the local neighborhoods telling them "This is what YOUR member of Congress wants in our country, so HERE, YOU LIVE WITH THEM!"



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  • This commment is unpublished.
    Matthew Worner · 1 years ago
    Never mind "considering". Just DO IT! (Of course, a 9mm cartridge is a lot cheaper than a bus ticket...)
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    Steven Holsten · 1 years ago
    I do hope Mr. Trump could get this started. They love the Shit Skin Mongrels so damned much till they have to keep them up!!!
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    laurie spencer · 1 years ago
    Do it Mr. President, please.
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    Pat Rylance · 1 years ago
    GR. to some point, I agree. BUT they pushed the issue far & beyond the point of helping and protecting these people by setting up "sanctuary cities" and now California has been designated a "sanctuary state" which allows any and all illegals to just about get away with anything they want and be able to walk away. I live in this State, and resent it TOTALLY!!! Whether people like it or not, I think this just might give them a taste of their own medicine. From what I understand, Nancy Pelosi is not too happy about illegals......even children being bused to her neighborhood. does it feel, Nancy???
    GR, they have shoved crap in our face time and again......a taste of their own medicine is a good idea, IMO. As far as letting them scatter, that can be dealt with too.....arrest them if they leave those sanctuary cities/states, send them back to their homeland.......UNLESS they have committed crimes.
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      Copperhead · 1 years ago
      "...arrest them if they leave those sanctuary cities/states, send them back to their homeland"

      I propose something novel instead - don't let them in at all.

      "..UNLESS they have committed crimes"

      They committed a crime the moment they crossed the border _illegally_.
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    Copperhead · 1 years ago
    I disagree. What part of illegal is misunderstood? They don't belong in this country, and dumping them into sanctuary cities only to then scatter like the cockroaches they are just isn't such a great idea.
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      Matthew Worner · 1 years ago
      Surrounding "sanctuary" cities and states with triple concertina barriers would keep them from scattering like cucarachas. Especially if backed up by belt fed weapons. Just sayin'...