What? Crimes committed by illegals went up? No way!!!

Following months of national media coverage over the handling of illegal aliens in his custody, Montgomery County, Maryland, Executive Marc Elrich has somewhat reversed a sanctuary policy he signed into law.

Elrich will allow Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) agents the ability to access certain areas of the Montgomery County jail in order to apprehend illegal aliens, according to ABC7 News. A county spokesman confirmed to the local news outlet on Nov. 1 that correctional officers have been ordered to give ICE agents clearance to “identified areas” of the jail to “ensure that transfers are conducted in a safe environment.”

News of the cooperation between Montgomery County and federal immigration authorities comes three months after Elrich signed an executive order that prohibited county officials from working with ICE.


However, Elrich’s order soon proved controversial. Authorities arrested numerous illegal aliens in Montgomery County — all of the arrests taking place just weeks after the order was signed — and charged them with rape or other sexual abuse crimes. The string of rape charges shined a national spotlight on the county’s policy toward criminal illegal aliens and its fraught relationship with the agency tasked with removing them.

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3 Responses to What? Crimes committed by illegals went up? No way!!!

  1. Fairplayjeepguy says:

    Diversity is our strength!

  2. Doing the jobs that Americans simply will not do!

  3. WestcoastDeplorable says:

    People in Montgomery County, MD should be thanking Tucker Carlson for applying the necessary heat to make this happen! He talked about this quite a bit on his show. Glad to see they’re cooperating with ICE!

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