Tae D. Johnson, the head of Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE), has announced his retirement, leaving the Biden administration’s immigration team unraveling. The retirement of two major officials, Johnson and Border Patrol Chief Raul Ortiz, has raised concerns about the administration’s handling of the border crisis. During fiscal year 2022, deportations have dropped to a concerning 72,177 – a significant decrease from the previous year and the previous administration. The administration’s approach to immigration has been deemed ineffective, and enforcement levels have amounted to an all-time low. The situation has left border agents overwhelmed, with no clear solution in sight. The American people deserve accountability and an effective, prioritized approach to border security.
SHOCKING: Biden’s ICE Chief ABANDONS Post Amidst Border Crisis! Is The Truth Being HIDDEN?
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