House Bill Forces Nations To Repatriate Criminal Illegals Or Lose Aid
A common excuse we’ve heard from ICE under Jihadi Jeh Johnson for releasing criminal illegal aliens into the US population is supposed inability to repatriate them to their home countries due to the refusal of those nations to accept their own citizens.
On Friday Rep. Brian Babin (R-TX) introduced a bill which should go a long ways towards motivating deadbeat nations to collect their own trash rather than dumping it in our streets. His bill would withhold foreign aid and travel visas from countries which fail to cooperate and refuse to repatriate their citizens illegally in the United States, specifically those with a final order of removal.
The Criminal Alien Deportation Enforcement Act of 2016 or H.R. 5224 was crafted following hearings in the House Oversight Committee. In those hearings ICE Director Sarah Saldana admitted that her agency had released over 86,000 criminal illegal aliens into the United States rather than returning them to their home countries. Many of them went on to reoffend and harm, sometimes kill, Americans.
CNSNews cites an example of Jean Jacques, a Haitian who served over ten years for attempted murder. Haiti refused to accept him back and six months after his release he killed Casey Chadwick in New London, CT.
“My bill puts the interests of American citizens, like Casey Chadwick, first,” Babin said in a statement. It would “withhold Federal financial assistance from each country that denies or unreasonably delays the acceptance of nationals of such country who have been ordered removed from the United States and to prohibit the issuance of visas to nationals of such country.”
He continued, “In just the past three years, the Obama Administration has allowed tens of thousands of dangerous criminal aliens back onto U.S. Streets – including 14,000 in Texas alone. Hundreds of Americans have died at the hands of these criminal aliens, and to make things worse, some of them were simply let go because their countries of origin refused to take them back. This is absolutely insane – and my bill holds uncooperative countries accountable by stripping them of U.S. foreign aid and travel visas.”
Twenty Republicans are co-sponsors on the bill. Homeland Security is required to submit a report to Congress every 90 days detailing the countries which have refused to cooperate. Those nations would then be subject to the terms of the bill.
Additionally, the victims are given standing under this bill to sue the illegals’ originating nation for damages in district court.
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