Illegal immigrants protested outside the White House Monday to demand their right to remain in America.
Today, we reminded @BarackObama that our mothers and fathers have dreams too #GoBigObama #WeCantWait pic.twitter.com/NATqEdKYlE
— UnitedWeDream.org (@UNITEDWEDREAM) July 28, 2014
The protesters chanted, “Down, down with deportations. Up, up with liberation.”
Of course, they were not worried about being arrested by this administration.
Of course, this group of illegals were well organized and in matching outfits.
"DACA has changed out lives and we know it can change our parents lives" #GoBigObama #WeCantWait pic.twitter.com/8ZuN1H4xCc
— CTStudentsforaDREAM (@CT4aDREAM) July 28, 2014
FOX News reported:
Illegal immigrant demonstrators were protesting outside the White House on Monday – but don’t expect America’s immigration officers to intervene.
An Immigration and Customs Enforcement official indicated that even if the protesters end up getting arrested by D.C. police, they’d have to be serious criminals for ICE to get involved.
“Unless the individuals meet ICE’s enforcement priorities, it’s unlikely that the agency would get involved in the case,” the official told FoxNews.com.
Under a policy that’s been in effect for several years, ICE focuses deportation mostly on serious criminals and – in some cases — those caught in the act of crossing the border. The agency prioritizes deportation for felons, repeat offenders, gang members and others with a serious criminal record. But the agency largely gives a pass to other undocumented residents.
Illegal activists also believe they should be included in immigration talks at the White House.
undocumented immigrants should be at the table meeting w/ @WhiteHouse about #immigration and president's executive order #MyOwnAdvocate
— Jose Antonio Vargas (@joseiswriting) July 28, 2014