President Trump and Attorney General, Jeff Sessions, are making good on their promise to keep Americans safe. A promise that included ensuring that dangerous illegals were prevented from freely roaming the streets. And, Immigrations and Customs Enforcement just had a record-breaking week.
From the Washington Examiner:
As promised, immigration police have expanded their campaign to deport illegals with criminal records, announcing the seizure of 368 illegals in seven states and Washington, D.C. That’s nearly a 250 percent increase over the 106 announced a week earlier. The biggest seizures by Immigration and Customs Enforcement agents were in Texas, but they made arrests as far north as Wyoming.
During a five-day operation in Virginia and Washington, agents made 82 arrests. Their report described the details of the types of illegals that were captured:
“Of the 82 individuals arrested, 68 had previous criminal convictions for crimes like armed robbery, larceny and drug distribution. Of the remaining 14, two had ties to the MS-13 street gang; two had outstanding final orders of removal; three had overstayed their visas; one was wanted by a foreign law enforcement entity; one was a verified human rights violator and two had pending local charges.
The rest of the individuals detained were listed as being in the…