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Illegal Alien Political Activists Complain of ICE Arresting Them

Liberals are mad that ICE is deporting illegal immigrant activists who are themselves illegals. They seem not to understand that entering the country illegally is a crime, and that entering illegally to engage in political activity is a direct challenge to the authority of the government:

The Trump administration has warned that anyone in the country illegally could be arrested and deported under tough new enforcement rules. And federal officials deny allegations of retaliation.

But the American Civil Liberties Union and other groups say they have documented two dozen cases of immigrant activists and volunteers who say they have been arrested or face fines for their work.

They say many of the activists who are undocumented don’t have criminal records and only came to the attention of Immigration and Customs Enforcement because of their activism.

“We’re always at the marches and giving interviews, without fear of what could happen,” says Zully Palacios Rodriguez, one of the activists caught by ICE. “So to go against us is a way to intimidate the community.”

Several of the arrests have garnered national and international attention.

Two of the undocumented activists who have been arrested and put in deportation proceedings have filed First Amendment lawsuits claiming their free speech rights have been violated.

 
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