Biden Admin Creates More ‘Protected Areas’ For Illegals – Where They Cannot Be Arrested

Eric Scheiner | October 28, 2021
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Illegal aliens have been given even more safe spaces here in the U.S. After the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) expanded the list of “sensitive locations” where immigration officers cannot make arrests on Wednesday.

Schools and hospitals have been off limits to ICE officers looking to make arrests for some time, but DHS Secretary Alejandro Mayorkas has now added a few more places.

Parades, churches, rallies, bus stops and playgrounds are now among the other areas that are now off-limit areas for ICE officials looking do actually do their job.

Rep. Dan Crenshaw (R-Texas) says the move is dangerous and is an incentive to illegal aliens.

“Now you know, that if you do get across you probably won’t get caught, you’ll probably get a bus ticket wherever you want. You might get a court date – you might not and even with all that, even if you are deported, just go to a parade. Just hang out, you’ll be fine - they’re (ICE) are not going to come get you,” Crenshaw told Fox News.

Mayorkas’ letter asks that officials receive proper training on the safe space guidance. 

‘To the fullest extent possible, we should not take an enforcement action in or near a location that would restrain people’s access to essential services or engagement in essential activities. Such a location is referred to as a ‘protected area,’ ther letter says.

Of course, if an American citizen commits a felony and then goes to the bus stop and authorities are aware, they will likely be arrested. 

We all await a list of safe spaces in the U.S. where American citizens can be protected from their own government.

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