On Tuesday, Chris Crane, president of one of the local chapters within the union that represents 7,600 ICE border agents (Immigration and Customs Enforcement) told a House Judiciary Committee that the political influence of “illegal alien” interest groups prohibits agents from properly enforcing the law.
Crane testified as to how special interest groups have put ICE’s officers at odds with the laws they’re supposed to uphold:
The day-to-day duties of ICE agents and officers often seem in conflict with the law as ICE officers are prohibited from enforcing many laws enacted by Congress; laws they took an oath to enforce. ICE is now guided in large part by the influence of powerful special interest groups that advocate on behalf of illegal aliens. These influences have in large part eroded the order, stability, and effectiveness of the agency, creating confusion among all ICE…
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