“Heading into next year’s elections, every voter must reckon with what their vote supports. At the border and around the country, a vote for Trump is a vote to tear parents away from their children,” Clinton incites voters against Trump on social media.
Heading into next year’s elections, every voter must reckon with what their vote supports.— Hillary Clinton (@HillaryClinton) August 8, 2019
At the border and around the country, a vote for Trump is a vote to tear parents away from their children. https://t.co/jyBrI3LKjy
Clinton found herself in hot-water earlier this year after she posted instructions on how illegal immigrants can best evade ICE agents.
Por favor comparte: pic.twitter.com/HYQhf9i218— Hillary Clinton (@HillaryClinton) July 11, 2019
“Por favor comparte,” said Clinton; Spanish for “Please Share.”
Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez posted similar instructions.
“ICE will launch raids across 10 major cities this SUNDAY. Check your neighbors & know your rights. Remember: no one can enter your home without a judicial warrant. Sometimes ICE will try to show other papers to get in your house. Judicial warrants are from a court,” posted AOC on social media.
“No matter who you are or what your status is, this is the United States of America – where ALL people have rights. Know yours. Prepare. Visit (link: http://WeHaveRights.US) WeHaveRights.US to learn how to handle this & other ICE encounters in multiple languages,” she added. “f people come knocking, you do NOT have to open your door unless there is a signed judicial warrant. Check the site above to learn how to handle your rights in 4 scenarios in 7 different languages.”
On Wednesday, hundreds of immigration officials descended on seven Mississippi plants owned by four companies — Peco Foods, Koch Foods, PH Food and Pearl River Foods. They are suspected of “willfully and unlawfully employing” undocumented workers, recently unsealed search warrants say.
Workers reported hearing the roar of helicopters and seeing agents round up mostly Latino workers for questioning. Many wept as they waved goodbye to their family and friends being carted away on buses for processing.
It was the largest immigration sting of its kind in more than a decade. A total of 680 people were arrested. Of those, about 300 were released the same day, officials said. Those who remain in detention are being held in a ICE facility in Louisiana.
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