A four-time deported illegal alien, previously convicted of child sexual abuse, has been arrested by Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) agents in Utah. Roberto Montes-Lopez, a 37-year-old illegal alien from Mexico, was arrested by ICE agents on July 2 after he was released from the Weber County Jail in Utah. Montes-Lopez had been serving a prison sentence for second-degree felony child sexual abuse. In June 2015, after returning illegally to the U.S. for the fifth time, Montes-Lopez was convicted and sentenced to no more than 15 years in prison for the child sex crimes. Montes-Lopez has a criminal record dating back to 2004. “Law enforcement’s common goal is to keep communities safe and keep dangerous predators off the streets,” ICE official Sylvester Ortega said in a statement. “The arrest of a criminal alien like Montes-Lopez, whose criminal history spans nearly two decades, demonstrates why cooperation is so important between agencies,” Ortega said. “These partnerships will continue to protect the community from criminal illegal aliens that hurt the citizens of this country.” Between 2004 and 2011, Montes-Lopez was deported four times from the U.S. In January 2012, Montes-Lopez was prosecuted for felony illegal re-entry. Montes-Lopez’s rap sheet also includes: 2005 conviction for drug possession and distribution 2011 convictions for use of a firearm by a restricted person 2015 convictions for money laundering and drunk driving 2020 conviction for possession and distribution of heroin ICE officials say Montes-Lopez will remain in custody until he is deported for the fifth time.
As a rule of thumb, we tend to avoid the crime beat stories here at The Daily Buzz. But, given Joe Biden’s new platform to just open our borders to illegal aliens and all, we’ll make an exception here. This story shows the importance of clamping down on illegal immigration and criminal aliens. We need to rid our communities of people like this worthless waste of space. Major kudos to ICE for nabbing this loser. Hopefully, once he’s deported for the fifth time, he won’t be able to get back in.
Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) is using flights deporting illegal immigrants to two Central American countries to bring back Americans stranded by restrictions related to the coronavirus pandemic. ICE, working with the State Department, has brought home 209 U.S. citizens on the return leg of two deportation flights to El Salvador and Honduras, the agency said in a statement. Those flights took place on March 22 and 24, respectively. Acting Deputy Homeland Security Secretary Ken Cuccinelli touted the moves in a series of tweets where he posted pictures of the Americans being brought home. “This was an ICE flight repatriating Hondurans to Honduras, & ICE arranged your bring stranded Americans home on the return flight from Honduras,” he tweeted. Both countries have placed significant restrictions on movement and travel over the coronavirus, with Honduras closing its borders entirely — leaving some foreigners stranded. A U.S. women’s tackle football team was airlifted out of Honduras on Friday by the U.S. military after being stuck there for nearly a week. The Trump administration last year made a number of Asylum Cooperative Agreements with Honduras, El Salvador and Guatemala, which includes greater cooperation for returning migrants to their countries. ICE said in a statement that it will continue to use flights from Honduras, El Salvador and Guatemala to return U.S. citizens. The agency said that such operations could also be expanded to countries outside the Northern Triangle. The U.S. has placed a number of restrictions on non-essential incoming travel at the northern and southern border, as well as from Europe, China and Iran, but those restrictions do not apply to U.S. citizens or legal permanent residents. On illegal immigration, the Trump administration has said it will change procedures in order to protect officers and the general public, while continuing to apprehend and deport illegal immigrants.
Thanks to acting DHS Sec.Ken Cuccinelli for this smart policy of using aircraft deporting/repatriating illegals back to their countries of origin, to bring American citizens back. Smart/wise use of federal monies. Now, more than ever, DHS and ICE need to be deporting illegals here by whatever means necessary. We have over 22 MILLION illegal aliens in this country, and their very presence is crushing our nation’s infrastructure. So, we need to be deporting them by the hundreds of thousands (and yes you read that correctly)…regardless of age or gender. And, we need to seriously ramp up construction of the wall/fence on our southern border and ensure border security now more than ever.
The head of Immigration and Customs Enforcement said Wednesday, that at current deportation rates, it would take 140 years to remove all the illegal immigrants who came in during the border surge of the last two years. Matt Albence, ICE’s acting director, said the border surge over the last two years added 900,000 cases to ICE’s non-detained docket, which now totals more than 3.3 million. That far outstrips the agency’s ability to track down and deport people, he told the House Appropriations Committee. “We arrested about 2,500 non-criminal fugitives last year. If we do that, based on just the numbers that came in the last two years, it would take us about 140 years to clear up that backlog,” Mr. Albence said. He was defending ICE’s significant budget increase request for fiscal 2021, which envisions an average of 60,000 detention beds each day. That’s up dramatically from the 34,000 beds the Obama administration had for its final years, and nearly 15,000 more than Congress approved for this current year. “Without additional resources to actually effectuate a judge’s removal orders, we will have an immigration enforcement and court system in which billions of dollars a year are spent to obtain orders, that are not worth the paper they are written on,” Mr. Albence told the House Appropriations Committee.
Absolute insanity… As we’ve been saying here at The Daily Buzz for over 6 years, we need to be deporting illegals by the hundreds of thousands…and yes, you read that correctly. Mr Albence’s testimony here gives credibility to our position. Remember, we have over 22 MILLION illegal aliens in this country. That’s a staggering number, and it’s crushing our nation’s infrastructure. The Trump Administration is making progress. But, they need to take a far more aggressive posture. Given the new novel coronavirus situation, they can use that to justify a more aggressive posture. Hopefully they will. And, of course, it is critical that we BUILD THE WALL NOW!!!…and make that our number one domestic national security priority. Click on the text above for more of this article.