(National Sentinel)Â Busted: President Donald Trump campaigned on a pledge to universally and without prejudice enforce all immigration laws.
He understood that the vast majority of Americans had grown weary of mass illegal immigration that trampled U.S. laws, endangered American lives, devalued American jobs, and destroyed American culture.
It was one of his signature campaign issues and very likely propelled him to victory by narrow margins in traditionally blue states.
As president, POTUS Trump is keeping his promise to clear out people in the country illegally.
The latest effort took place at a work site in Ohio. As reported byÂ The Daily Caller:
Immigration agents arrested more than 100 people during a surprise raid at an Ohio landscaping business on Tuesday, the latest large-scale operation under the Trump administrationâ€™s renewed focus on worksite enforcement.
The operation took place at two locations of Corsoâ€™s Flower & Garden Center â€” one in the Lake Erie resort city of Sandusky and the other in the nearby town of Castalia.
Agents arrested 114 illegal aliens and â€œseized business documents at both locations,â€ Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) spokesman Khaalid Walls told The Daily Caller News Foundation.
No criminal charges have been filed against Corsoâ€™s itself, but the company is under investigation for immigration and identity fraud violations,Â authorities said. Among numerous charges, ICE is â€œpursuing allegationsâ€ of harboring and unlawful employment of aliens, as well as aggravated identify theft and other identification fraud crimes, Walls told TheDCNF.
The raid is part of an effort by President Donald Trumpâ€™s administration to more closely scrutinize companies that hire illegal immigrants or foreign nationals without proper work authorization. ICE Acting Director Thomas Homan said in 2017 that he would make worksite enforcement investigations a priority, and the agency has since carried out several high-profile operations, including aÂ nationwide auditÂ of 7-Eleven stores that resulted in the arrest of 21 people in January.
So not only is the Trump administration finding and deporting people in the country illegally, officials are also beginning to hold U.S. employers responsible for hiring illegal workers. That isÂ long overdue.
The illegal immigration free ride is over. This president has made that clear. The message is simple: If you want to come to America,Â you have to follow the rules and do it the right way.
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