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Well ice claims that day led mostly lower its illegals go due to those forces budgets locals -- -- racing gods.
But apparently that was not entirely the case because a new report in Florida alone seven 225 illegals release there.
Have criminal convictions to town halls -- -- tablet is attracting the story now leading.
Aside the fact that a lot of these upon.
Let goes we're done prior to cuts that was supposedly.
Coming in effect and by the way that those specific -- never did.
On the argument was that these were going to be dangerous people -- turns out quite the opposite how how bad is this.
It's pretty bad as we've seen in Florida about a third of the criminals released by ice have criminal convictions but referred to aggravated assault.
Robbery drunk driving we saw the same thing happened in Arizona.
And Texas and -- -- really show the gross disregard for public safety in the name of sequestration which we've seen all along a talking point is.
Fear monger to make it seem like the general public can't function.
Without this government money being pumped into the system but the fact is.
The Homeland Security has nearly 2000.
Inspector general recommendations saving billions of dollars that could have implemented.
A year ago to prevent these dangerous criminals are being out on the streets and -- -- there.
And what's the question is supposedly held accountable someone gets hurt if these if these criminals have been convicted go out and offend again Davis seven -- But I can't argue it was -- the ones released even if you argue the more dangerous ones release -- there will be monitored I don't know whether they had those.
Ankle braces whenever they were being monitored.
-- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- On paying a lot more would use.
Right but I can tell you that someone gets killed by a drunk driver who happened to be let out by ice that guy about that question of what's cheaper is going to be a big one.
For the administration and for ice and so we can talk about the had been out that it costs to keep these people in jail.
But the fact is that this is kind of a doubling every sources are gonna have to go out use resources to monitor these people.
But the fact is being looked at the waste and abuse within Homeland Security whether it's TSA buying brand new uniforms before sequestration cuts went into a factor -- having these access gyms where they go work out.
That's something that should have been looked up before deciding to release dangerous convicted criminals a felony -- such as aggravated assault.
Onto the streets there are alternatives here that they're just ignoring.
Well I think the bigger -- severe weather on the right or left is the fact that you were releasing people based on carts that was supposed to happen that by the way in the end never did.
Happened in that direct area so you were.
Three cutting based on cots that were never happening.
That argument has to be addressed and I don't see anyone address.
A -- -- and the argument that they used to push for sequestration and fear -- in general that -- were never made but also.
They we were told that and Brooke we have -- to quite frankly by -- they had advice when he suddenly we're gonna release as many criminal.
Illegal immigrants out onto the streets and don't worry they're going to be low level and we've seen a lot of them are these high profile.
The most risky.
Types of criminals to release and although Nike said they are being -- -- That doesn't mean that they are gonna commit a crime while there in this kind of limbo of not serving their sentence and waiting price to come -- arrest them and throw them back in prison.
All right I did just issued a statement on this saying and I quoted this decision were made on a case by case basis by career law enforcement officials.
In the field arms.
Apparently signaling no chicanery involved what would you.
Well that would be great if that -- you know I -- it added up like I've been saying that there are other cuts that could have been made other things I have kind of been implemented that DH answer or not doing for example did just as one of the worst federal agencies when it comes to not implementing.
Inspector general recommendations to save taxpayer money is money into to clean up the system.
And so agenda Pollack taught -- overall is is in charge of all that sanctions on everything she can do -- -- to find a way to pay for these bad.
Beds maybe she should have gone to President Obama and asked can you cleans.
Implement these -- taxpayer's solution that will save us billions of dollars not just right now to offset sequestered to keep these criminals off the streets but every single year moving forward that's something that should have looked out when it -- to up paying for this type of thing.
-- bottom line these sequestration of facts are in.
And now like cement that -- -- September does the president signed off on a budget that keeps the government lights on through at least that long.
So apparently it wasn't that huge deal on the bad guys in jail right now -- -- -- very much well.
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