DACA Un-Desireables

Homeland Security Reveals DACA Members Shocking Arrest Rate

Democrats want us all to believe that every DACA migrant is a perfect citizen.
That, however, is far from the case.

There are almost 800,000 DACA migrants in this country and about 10 percent of them have an arrest record.
Homeland Report Reveals the Truth

Democrats are expected to push back on this as a hit job and a pro-Trump stance, but that is not the case.

The Department of Homeland Security stated, “The release of this report reflects the agency’s ongoing focus on transparency.

The total number of migrants that requested DACA status was 888,818.

The total that actually received DACA work permits and no-deportation cards is 765,166.

Of those that requested status, roughly 12 percent have an existing arrest record.

Those arrests were for a variety of crimes, including rape, assault, murder, DUI, and battery.

For those that were approved with a previous arrest, 85 percent of them were apprehended before their most recent approval.

More than 31 percent of those individuals have multiple arrests on their records.

More than 200 of the DACA requestors had at least 10 arrests on their record, but Obama’s administration somehow saw fit to put its stamp of approval of 54 of those.

If you want to read the full report, click here.

In essence, Barack Obama and company allowed almost 100,000 criminals to enter this country for political gain.
Hiding the Facts

For instance, Politifact posted a story with the headline, “Donald Trump says some DACA recipients are ‘very tough, hardened criminals.’ That’s False.”

An article in the New York Times stated, “…as the court took up its future on Tuesday, Mr. Trump struck a different tone. ‘Many of the people in DACA, no longer very young, are far from ‘angels,’ he wrote on Twitter. ‘Some are very tough, hardened criminals.’

“In fact, the program has strict requirements. To be eligible for DACA status, applicants had to show that they had committed no serious crimes, had arrived in the United States before they turned 16 and were no older than 30, had lived in the United States for at least the previous five years, and were a high school graduate or a veteran.”

This is a matter that is now before the Supreme Court and we are about to find out if the existing members of the court take this DHS report seriously or they prefer the fantasy version both the media and Democrats are putting out.

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