ICE Cleans House: 216 Drug Convicts Deported

In a swift crackdown on criminal activity, U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) has rounded up 216 foreign nationals convicted of drug-related offenses across the nation. ICE’s Enforcement and Removal Operations (ERO) division is doing what it does best – tossing out these troublemakers unlawfully loitering in our great country.

With drug addiction and overdose deaths at an all-time high in the United States, it’s no surprise that ICE is taking a stand against these foreign criminals. It’s time to clean up our streets from these drug peddlers who show no regard for the law or the safety of our communities.

Over 105,000 tragic drug overdoses in one year, folks! And with a surge of 37% in unlawfully present foreign nationals under the Biden administration, it’s clear we need ICE more than ever to keep our borders secure.

ICE Deputy Director Patrick J. Lechleitner made it crystal clear that these operations are all about enforcing immigration laws and protecting our homeland. Good riddance to those who think they can waltz into our country and bring harm to our citizens.

And don’t even get started on Homeland Security Secretary Alejandro Mayorkas and his memo about not targeting all unlawfully present individuals. What a load of baloney! We should be focusing on kicking out anyone who poses a threat to our national security and public safety, end of story.

It’s time to give kudos to ICE for doing the dirty work that keeps our communities safe from these foreign troublemakers. Keep up the good work, ICE! We’ve got your back in cleaning up America, one apprehension at a time.

Written by Staff Reports

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