The movement among Democrats to abolish Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) is one that conceals its real objective, says Mark Krikorian, who heads the Center for Immigration Studies (CIS).
He notes, “The point of abolishing ICE is to end all non-criminal deportations of illegal aliens. That would mean that every foreigner who manages to slip past the Border Patrol or who overstays a visa would be permitted to stay forever, so long as he isn’t convicted of an especially heinous crime.
“That would render our entire body of immigration law meaningless. The numerical caps on various categories and the requirements to qualify would be irrelevant because there be no agency to enforce them. #AbolishICE means nothing if not unlimited immigration and open borders.”
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