Obamas Hotline for Illegals: Proper Redress for Illegals is US Embassy

Obamas extraordinary steps to keep illegals in the U.S., as illegals, is simply his humanitarian side glowing brightly like a halo around him. Right. How ignorant does one have to be, to believe this is lawful or moral? Currently Obama is costing states millions, probably billions, defending against his regime’s lawsuits, as they attempt to protect their citizens from illegal aliens from around the world. Now he has set up a hotline for them. You and I are paying for it in more ways than just the bill to ATT&T. The hotline is manned 24/7 by Immigrations and Customs Enforcement (ICE).  Not legal, not moral to assist anyone here illegally unless that person is under physical attack in our streets. Otherwise, the proper route for an illegal alien in the U.S. legally on Visa or whatever, is to make his/her way to the U.S. Embassy for a legitimate reason. The U.S. Embassy is how an illegal alien properly seeks redress against illegal actions against them. ICE is simply here to enforce our laws – that’s the “E” in ICE. Our laws say you cannot be here without proper documentation.

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Fox News (read the entire story here):

As states across the nation ramp up their efforts to catch illegal immigrants, the Obama administration on Thursday launched a new free hotline for people busted on violations to get help.

The hotline, run by the U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement agency, is available 24/7 for detained individuals to phone if they think they “may be U.S. citizens or victims of a crime.”

The hotline will have translation services available in several different languages. ICE personnel will gather the caller’s information and send it to a field office for immediate action, according to the press release.

Daily Caller (read the entire story here):

The Obama administration has set up a toll-free hotline to help illegal immigrants detained by law enforcement at the state and local levels.

The U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement agency announced Thursday that the hotline is being launched to make sure detainees understand “their potential removal from the country and are made aware of their rights.”

Those arrested under immigration laws can also use the government hotline if they think they are actually an American citizen or victim of a crime. The hotline will be staffed 24 hours a day, seven days a week.

Republicans: make sure your vote in the presidential primary is a wise one. Americans: make sure your vote for president in the general election is a considered, cautious and wise one.

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