Unlikely aborted deportation flight to Somali will ever be rescheduled, as court steps in

A federal judge in Florida has blocked the government from deporting the 92 Somalis who made it to West Africa before some yet-to-be-explained glitch caused their deportation flight to return to the US.  See previous posts here and here.

The usual argument is being raised that we can’t possibly return migrants who have committed crimes in the US back to S***hole countries. It would be inhumane, immigrant activists claim.

So, what this says to me is, if we will be barred from sending lawbreakers back, then we must vigorously keep them out of the US in the first place through robust screening. ..
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A loving Christian representative of Church World Service?

How is this for timing! I just wrote a post about how the ‘faith-based’ refugee resettlement contractors are NOT conservatives (here) as they were labeled as such in a story at Deseret News, and along comes this photo. See the tweet below from Richard Falknor at High Blue Ridge.  So much for decent conservative Christians! The Latina […]
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Temporary Protected Status for Syrians will expire March 31st and already the wailing has begun

As we have learned repeatedly, Temporary Protected Status or Asylum, a LEGAL immigration program, is not temporary. It is Globalist trickery, deceit and pretense… You’ve been hearing the wailing about Salvadorans, who have had 17 years here in America to get over a natural disaster back home nearly 2 decades ago (having to leave the […]
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NY Times: In FY 2017, record number of Somalis were deported from US to Somalia

Adding more information to the strange story we reported yesterday about an ICE flight to Africa carrying 92 Somalis destined to go home to Somalia but instead did a U-turn and returned to the US after landing in Senegal. Minnesota immigration lawyer Kim Hunter talked to the NY Times about her Somali clients.  http://www.kimhunterlaw.com/staff/ The NY […]
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