Why is ICE taking illegals to Phx. Greyhound station?

President Trump undermined by Dems who abhor building a wall and agents providing illegals free travel within U.S.

The local newspaper reports that U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) agents dropped off groups of illegal aliens at a Phoenix Greyhound bus station Saturday afternoon. Numerous buses arrived to pick up the illegals, who crossed our sovereign border from Mexico.

The report further states that members of a local church set up tables with soup, muffins and an assortment of fruit near the Buckeye Road station to feed the illegal aliens while “mapping out warm places they can stay.”

It’s a safe bet none of the good church folks were bringing any of the illegals back to their own homes.

A spokesperson for ICE confirmed the agency dropped the illegal invaders at the bus station, saying the organizations it normally works with couldn’t accommodate them.

Could it be that they’ve had their fill?

Obviously proud of aiding and abetting the criminal invasion of our country, the church members, described in the news report as “humanitarians,” requested the newspaper’s reporters not use their names. Many illegals are previously deported felons whose crimes included homicides, sexual assaults and drug trafficking.

If the overuse of the terms illegals or illegal aliens stand out as odd, we are intentionally emulating the newspaper’s repeated use of the word “migrants.” We still came up short.

In 2014, under a policy sanctioned by President Obama and his Homeland Security Secretary Jeh Johnson, ICE officials acknowledged, “Scores of undocumented immigrants from Central America were released at Greyhound bus stations in Tucson and Phoenix,” over several days, after they were flown to Arizona from south Texas. Not only did they fan out across the United States, avoiding detection, other illegals have been encouraged by the ease of which they were able to move freely without fear of being apprehended — after getting an assist from the very agency that is charged with deporting them back to their countries of origin.

Nineteen states and the territory of Puerto Rico have offices listed on ICE’s website. Some states have multiple offices. Presumably they are all staffed. We are paying their salaries and benefits, while the invasion continues unabated, with a warm assist from ICE officials, as they continue to recruit new agents.

What’s going on?

9 Responses to Why is ICE taking illegals to Phx. Greyhound station?

  1. Tucson GOP says:

    Our border is a sieve with repeat criminals returning to the U.S.. Yet these are the INDIVIDALS ICE is apprehending. I see no evidence of no group arrests or deportations. This is from its own website:

  2. State Delegate says:

    It appears to me there is a concerted effort to undermine President Trump’s desire to secure our border. Those in positions of authority making these outrageous decisions should be replaced.

  3. Maggie says:

    NumbersUSA has a page of sensible solutions to the border crisis. And don’t kid yourself it is a crisis…not just effecting the border, but the entire United States.

    As to the actions of ICE, these agents should be fired. They are not protecting the United States from invasion, they are helping the invaders, as are these moronic church do-gooders. I’d quit my church in a heartbeat if it engaged in these anti-American activities.

  4. Saguaro Sam says:

    There are a lot of people who are on the payroll of the Deep State.
    Some are being blackmailed and threatened. Most are just greedy.

    Look at Congress and the R’s who decided not to run again/retire.
    Compromised, all.
    President Trump offered almost all of them a hand up. The ones who are gone from C refused to be saved.
    The one who is gone was a traitor.

    Obama weaponized the Federal government and used Soros (and MoBro money) to go deep into State and local offices. He just expanded on what GHWB had started.
    GHWB also gone. His history is much more involved than you know.
    He and Obama had something in common.

    Meanwhile, closer to home:

    Please do Not Ever use those kits to “find your ancestors”.
    They are using your DNA for nefarious reasons.
    What diseases/illnesses are you predisposed to? (Here, we’ll “fix” you).

    Who are the strongest and the weakest?
    Because they’re making a list. To identify you.
    And they are Not humanitarians. History repeats itself.

    We got the TSA because Bush scared people into thinking we needed it.
    Now, this.
    Databases. Facial recognition. CCTV everywhere.
    And they still can’t solve a lot of crimes.
    Because it’s really about something else.

  5. Seen It All says:

    The Department of Homeland Security came into being following the calculated and horrendous murders of nearly 3,000 people on American soil, perpetrated by 19 Muslim extremists on September 11, 2001. The first director appointed by George W. Bush, was Tom Ridge, a former Pennsylvania Governor.

    We then suffered through liberals Michael Chertoff, Jeh Johnson and Janet Napolitano, who had no desire to actually secure our border. The Saudi nationals who commandeered commercial airliners to fly into buildings were here on overstayed Visas, but many other criminals have easily slipped through our border.

    Now ICE is assisting them. Enough is enough!!

  6. Lynda Tanner says:


    • East Valley Conservative says:

      Neither Secretary of Homeland Security Kirstjen Nielsen nor President Trump bear responsibility for this nightmarish situation. They have both described the border situation as a “crisis.” The Democrats, led by Pelosi and Schumer, have refused necessary funding for meaningful implementation of actual security. The illegals are the next wave of their voter base. Political gain matters far more than national security to these vengeful people, still enraged that Hillary was trounced by Donald Trump.

      President Trump was correct in declaring a national emergency, but the Dems act like this is a new policy that he created. Obama used it more than any of his predecessors.

      The legislation creating this authority was first signed by President Gerald Ford in 1976.[ As of February 2019, 59 national emergencies have been declared, more than 30 of which remain in effect.

      This is Secretary Nielsen’s recently released “Statement on FY19 Homeland Security Funding Bill and National Emergency Declaration“: