More Than 2,000 DACA Recipients Have Been Charged With Crimes

More Than 2,000 DACA Recipients Have Been Charged With Crimes

WASHINGTON D.C. (Western Journalism) – Sen. John McCain, R-Ariz., referred Tuesday to those covered by the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program as “800,000 innocent young people.”

Using similar language, House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi, D-Calif., said Trump’s planned phaseout of DACA was a “despicable assault on innocent young people.”

And, not to be outdone, former President Barack Obama, who created DACA with the stroke of a pen in 2012, said that “To target these young people is wrong — because they have done nothing wrong.”

Then there are the facts.

In looking at federal data, The Washington Examiner analyzed some of the numbers and found 2,139 cases in which so-called “dreamers” were either accused or convicted of crimes.

The U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services office reported that the biggest issue facing “dreamers” is a 30 percent spike in the numbers who are willing to risk their DACA status “due to criminality or gang affiliation concerns.”

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2 thoughts on “More Than 2,000 DACA Recipients Have Been Charged With Crimes”

  1. It’s simple people: send them back to home nation, let them apply for citizenship though channels that other people have used, legal channels.

    For all you bleeding heart liberals: Mexico and other countries uphold their laws on illegals that enter their nations, America has gone stupid because of your beliefs to let these people in, now we have crime up the gazoo, Americans being killed because hey you think borders are a bad thing, wise up….it could be you next time.

  2. Ronald Bola of 12764 Newport Ave #D Tustin ca 92780 married and paid a US citizen name Albina Danganan to obtain a green card while living with his wife Lilia. He is now a naturalized citizen. He also used fake documents to get here and overstayed is tourist visa. His son Ronald Aaron lied on his college application at Buffalo Medical School to get in .

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