GTFO: Trump Administration Sends Judges to Immigration Detention Centers


By Julia Edwards Ainsley | WASHINGTON

The Department of Justice is deploying 50 judges to immigration detention facilities across the United States, according to two sources and a letter seen by Reuters and sent to judges on Thursday.

The department is also considering asking judges to sit from 6 a.m. to 10 p.m., split between two rotating shifts, to adjudicate more cases, the sources said. A notice about shift times was not included in the letter.

The Justice Department did not respond to a request for comment.

On Jan. 25 President Donald Trump issued an executive order aimed at speeding up deportations and holding migrants in detention until their cases can be heard. Trump campaigned on a pledge to get tougher on the estimated 11 million illegal immigrants, playing on fears of violent crime while promising to build a wall on the border with Mexico and to stop potential terrorists from entering the country.

The order called for the end of a policy known as “catch and release,” by which immigrants were released from detention and given a date to appear in court. Immigration courts have a backlog of over 550,000 cases, according to the Justice Department’s data, so many court dates are set years into the future.

Judges are employed by the Justice Department to oversee cases that determine if immigrants are given protections, such as asylum, or ordered deported. A handful of judges work from detention centers but most work from courts around the country.

Two sources familiar with the Justice Department’s plan said the department would ask more judges to volunteer for one or two month deployments at detention centers. If the department cannot find enough volunteers, the department would assign judges to detention centers, the sources said.

Judges who volunteer for the first 50 deployments would be sent to detention centers in Adelanto, California; San Diego, Chicago and elsewhere, according to the letter.

Republican Trump’s policy on immigrants has been criticized by Democratic lawmakers and advocates for immigrants, who said he was jeopardizing the rights and freedoms of millions while treating Mexico as an enemy, not an ally, and damaging the country’s reputation as a welcoming place for immigrants.


Good.  This is a wonderful first step.

GTFO… they are illegal.  Frankly, my empathy and compassion for these invaders is subterranean.  I’m done.  Every year our property taxes go up to support these aliens and I’m sick of it.  Ditto with insurance and everything else.  Then we are fed this pablum of “let’s do it for the children”.  Yeah well, what about American kids?  Saddling future generations with the financial obligations and consequences resulting from this invasion is criminal.  The cost of illegals in our society is somewhere between a half and three quarters of a trillion dollars per year.

While it is unfortunate for the children of illegals that were brought here by their parents and grew up here, the blame belongs to the parents not us.  I’m tired of the bullshit meme that we conservatives lack compassion yada yada yada and all the hysteria coming from the left.  If the illegals tended to vote illegally for republicans the left would be advocating for their deportation.  That’s simply a fact.  Any other narrative is a flat out lie.  

If Mexico, Guatemala, Honduras, and other countries south of the Rio Grande were so concerned about solidarity and concern for their countrymen and women, then pray tell where is their concern for these families?  Instead, those running these third world shithole kleptocracies steal everything that isn’t nailed down.  Look at Venezuela for example.  They are #3 in oil exports to the USA and we send them billions yet their population are eating their pets and zoo animals while their leadership steals them blind.  Ditto with Mexico as they are #4 in oil imports to the USA.  Where the money?  These third world shitholes need their own Washingtons, Jefferson, Madisons to rebuild their countries and look after their own citizenry.  Then and only then I will have compassion.

America first.

~ Hardnox


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24 Responses to GTFO: Trump Administration Sends Judges to Immigration Detention Centers

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  2. vonMesser says:

    Got a suggestion for Trump.
    Since his EO on immigration is racist and Islamophobic, maybe he should simply reissue – word for word – Obama’s EO that blocked immigration for 6 months from those certain countries.
    He could then say “you had no problem when Obama made exactly the same rule – what has changed?

  3. Peppermint says:

    Amen to your article Nox. I’m so glad to see this.

    While all the benefits that go to these illegals which are quite plentiful, there are kids right here in KY who have no food. Many kids right here in my town have no winter coats, no boots and the schools have to shut down in winter for these problems.

    I say, like you, America first and American’s kids first. Just where is the compassion for our own kids here?

  4. I.R. Wayright says:

    “while treating Mexico as an enemy, not an ally, ”
    When you have Jorge Ramos stating “America is ours.” That right there indicates to me they are the enemy and once their invasion is complete they will try to take back the South West. If we can’t stop their birth rate here we have to keep deporting all those who arrived without an invitation.

  5. azjen says:

    I think that there are many children all over this country that need our help. I see it where I live when the parents & children end up sleeping in the forests. American first & their children first!!

    • vonMesser says:

      How about we get some zoning changes made. I just read an article about micro-houses in Saint Louis for homeless veterans. Houses are built in a 12×16 foot shed with a gambrel roof. Downstairs is mini-kitchen, 1/2 bath and room. m Upstairs is sleeping loft. A properly designed building like this would hold a family of 4 in minimal comfort and with reasonable comfort and security. It would take getting the labor unions out of the decision making process and getting the government out of telling people what minimums are, but a standard sized city lot could hold 10 or 12 of these buildings and they could be built for under $8,000 each – including plumbing, stove, refer, toilet, sink and shower.

      This would solve a part of the housing crisis, solve SOME of the homeless problem (not the mental health part, but the can’t get anywhere to live part).

    • Hardnox says:

      azen, welcome to N&F.

      I have seen this myself while out in the backcountry on horseback. Whole families living in a tent. I spoke with them. They lost their houses thanks to the Brown Clown’s economic policies.

      • Peppermint says:

        Nox, that is really sad. People here lost their homes too due to the Brown Clown. Many moved in with their parents. Thank God they had that to fall back on.

      • SafeSpace says:

        Same thing here in north GA mountains, the southern tip of Appalachia. We’ve also got families living in 30-year old RVs, little 20′ models, permanently parked in places where they can hook up to fresh water.

  6. Terry says:

    BRAVO ! Love that Donald !

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