Ask yourself if you’d be comfortable knowing murderers, child sex offenders, rapists, and drug traffickers who entered our country illegally might soon be prowling the streets unhindered?
According to a recent warning statement from Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE), that might be the reality facing North Carolina citizens.
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Some of North Carolina’s cities are attacking Section 287(g) of the Immigration and Nationality Act of 1996 by promoting a refusal to cooperate with ICE detainers.
Instead, they’re citing “sanctuary” policies as an excuse for their reckless behavior.
Nothing New from the Swing State
Once upon a time, North Carolina was an out-and-out Democratic state – albeit a rather conservative one.
But over the past 10 to 15 years, it’s become more of a swing state.
The Democrats are likely feeling pressured to try and win the state back. Last year, they got together nationwide to support a slew of liberal sheriff candidates.
In the case of Mecklenburg County, that support included $175,000 from the American Civil Liberties Union to put Garry McFadden in charge.
For Buncombe County, Democrat Quentin Miller had his victory paid for.
Is it any surprise these are also the two North Carolina counties most guilty of endangering the public?
According to ICE, Mecklenburg and Buncombe Counties are among the worst non-cooperative jurisdictions in North Carolina.
Nearly 50% of the outstanding (read “willfully ignored”) detainers against criminal aliens in the state come from these two areas alone.
Defying ICE and Putting Lives in Danger is “Fun” for North Carolina’s County Sheriffs
Luis Pineda-Ancheta was originally deported in 2006. In May of this year, McFadden refused to cooperate with ICE after the Honduran was arrested for threatening to murder a woman.
McFadden released the criminal, who promptly kidnapped the same woman and tried to kill her – she only escaped because he happened to trip.
What was McFadden’s response when, in the middle of the case, he was asked about his duty as County Sheriff?
With the widest of grins, he said: “If I had known it was this fun, I would have done it years ago.”
As for Miller in Buncombe County?
Marvin Ramirez Torrez first came to ICE’s attention back in 2017. He was convicted – not just charged, but convicted – with raping an 11-year-old girl.
ICE sent a detainer request, but Miller refused to comply. And in October, the Salvadoran child molester was released back into the public.
“If ICE is aware of an individual that they have determined to be a danger to the public safety of Buncombe County,” he said, “then ICE should obtain a warrant for their arrest.”
The only people benefiting are the criminals who shouldn’t even be here in the first place. ICE is already struggling to keep us safe – and thanks to people like McFadden and Miller, their job keeps getting harder.