Millions of people suspected that Obama and his DOJ were working to protect those who posed a risk to America. That is among the many reasons they voted for Donald Trump. Now, thanks to one man’s courage, they will find out they were right to be suspicious.
Trump’s recent immigration orders have permeated the headlines and sparked mass protests around the country. But what opponents fail to see is that many of these illegals are dangerous. Obama knew it, and according to Jeff Parkes, he did nothing about it.
Parkes worked as an ICE agent for six years under the Obama administration, and according to his recent interview with Independent Journal Review, he was discouraged from doing his job. It was about politics–not protecting the public:
“So you could go out and arrest an illegal alien, under your authority, but your supervisors would just give you hell for it. And everything is done in order to maintain your position and possible promotions or plush duty assignments, which [means] no one wants to upset their supervisors because it will only impact your quality of life as an agent. It all comes down to politics.”
Parkes also confirmed that the narrative the media is spreading is utter nonsense.
MSM completely distorts any action President Trump takes on illegal immigration. They lead their followers to believe that they pose no threat to American citizens. They tout Trump as a bully and Obama as savior.
But Parkes told a different story. Referring to the prosecution of illegals who have committed additional crimes, Parkes said…
Orders From D.C.
“In some cases, they stalled things based on orders from D.C., and they determined that their focus wouldn’t be illegal immigrants. And criminal activity went on and was not prosecuted because of that.”
None of what Parkes said in the interview comes as a shock to Trump supporters. Many of them are still dealing with ramifications of Obama’s obstructionist policies. But out of everything Parkes said, it is perhaps this statement that was the most telling:
“It’s astonishing to see how criminal activity is actually enforced in this country.”