GET THE HELL OUT: Trump's ICE Deports 250,000 Illegals and 6,000 Gangbangers!

GET THE HELL OUT: Trump’s ICE Deports 250,000 Illegals and 6,000 Gangbangers!

Stunning numbers....


President Trump campaigned primarily on keeping us SAFE.  

And that means securing our border, deporting illegals and getting rid of extremely dangerous violent gangs like MS-13.

And the newest stats show that he has done that many times over!

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How does 250,000 deportations sound?

And 6,000 gangbangers off the streets?  Many of which were MS-13!

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Look at these charts:

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UPI reports:

U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement said Friday there's been a 14 percent increase in deportations this year, but the figure trails the average under former President Barack Obama.

ICE said its Enforcement and Removal Operations (ERO) totaled 256,086 undocumented immigrants for the year, ending in September. The agency said 57 percent of those removed were convicted criminals and nearly 6,000 were classified as suspected gang members.

During the first six years of the Obama administration, ICE deportations averaged between 315,000 and 409,000 people per year, The Washington Examiner reported. In Obama's final two years, those numbers dropped to about 235,000 and 240,000, respectively.

ICE said its administrative arrests (158,581) were up 11 percent from 2017 and detentions (396,448) were up 22.5 percent.

"Administrative arrests are predicated on an alien lacking a legal basis to remain in the United States," the ICE report states. "While ERO makes every effort to arrest aliens who threaten public safety, no criminal action or conviction is required for ERO to act on an individual case. There is no category of alien exempt from immigration enforcement."

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Our friends over at Breitbart also had great coverage of the story:

The Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) agency in Fiscal Year 2018 deported more than 256,000 illegal aliens out of the United States, including about 6,000 suspected or known gang members.

Between September 2017 and October 2018, ICE agents deported 95,360 illegal aliens living throughout the interior of the U.S. and 160,725 illegal aliens who were caught by Border Patrol crossing into the country.

Most significant are the number of deportations ICE agents conducted for the more than 95,000 illegal aliens who were living throughout the interior of the country. There are anywhere from 11 to 22 million illegal aliens living across the U.S. at any given time, straining the capacity of ICE.

This year, though, ICE increased deportations of illegal aliens living in the U.S. by more than 45 percent since President Obama’s last year in office, when only about 65,000 illegal aliens living in the U.S. were deported.

The number of ICE deportations of convicted criminal illegal aliens and those with pending criminal charges has increased about 11.5 percent since Fiscal Year 2016, with more than 168,000 convicted criminal and suspected criminal illegal aliens being deported out of the U.S. this year.

In a tremendous increase, ICE hiked the number of illegal alien gang members deported by more than 185 percent compared to Fiscal Year 2016. This year, nearly 6,000 illegal aliens who are known or suspected gang members were deported out of the U.S. by ICE. Compare that to the only about 2,000 illegal alien gang members were deported in Obama’s last year in office.

Likewise, ICE deported a steady level of suspected or known illegal alien terrorists, totaling about 42 deportations for Fiscal Year 2018, a slight decrease from the 45 who were deported last year.

The ICE data also reveals the effectiveness of Trump’s visa sanctions on foreign countries refusing to take back their nationals. Throughout this year, the Trump administration placed visa restrictions on Cambodia, Cuba, Eritrea, Guinea, and Sierra Leone, as all those nations would not take their nationals back from the U.S.

This Fiscal Year 2018, after all five nations were hit with visa sanctions, the number of nationals deported to the foreign countries skyrocketed with a 279 percent increase in deportations from the U.S. to Cambodia, a 189 percent increase in deportations to Cuba, and a nearly 150 percent increase in deportations to Guinea.


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The number of undocumented immigrants arrested under the Trump administration continued to rise in 2018, hitting the highest number since 2014 and marking an 11% increase from the year before, according to a report released by Immigration and Customs Enforcement Friday.

Overall, ICE arrested 158,581 undocumented immigrants in fiscal year 2018, an increase from previous years driven by greater detention numbers of immigrants who have criminal charges but have not yet been prosecuted, and individuals with other immigration violations. 

Under the Trump administration, ICE enforcement operations have shifted to not exempt any class of immigration violators from arrest, but officers continue to prioritize the arrest and deportation of convicted criminals and repeat immigration violators, agency officials have said. 

In 2018, 66% of the individuals arrested by ICE were convicted criminals, more than half of which had drunk driving convictions, according to the agency. 

"There is no question that these arrests positively impacted public safety and made communities safer," ICE Deputy Director Ronald D. Vitiello said.

Deportations by ICE also increased in 2018 as the number of apprehensions at the border by ICE's sister agency, Customs and Border Protection, rose, the report says. Among the more than 250,000 immigrants deported, nearly 6,000 were known or suspected gang members, including more than 1,300 members of MS-13.

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