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ICE has taken 35 of 2,000 people they were trying to deport into custody. They are blaming community defense efforts for their lack of success. Keep it up y'all.
Immigration and Customs Enforcement arrested only 35 migrants targeted as part of an operation targeting families with court-ordered removals, that President Donald Trump had touted on Twitter, the...
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agitator in chief 23 Jul 19
Replying to @soit_goes
CNN removed this quote: “I don't know of any other population where people are telling them how to avoid arrest as a result of illegal activity," ICE’s director said. "It certainly makes it harder for us to effectuate these orders issued."
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Good Trouble 23 Jul 19
Replying to @soit_goes @CDRosa
When we fight, we win. Not happening.
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Cool Ranch Zone 23 Jul 19
Replying to @soit_goes
PRAXIS 😊
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🌙 Ches, Podcast Friend™ 23 Jul 19
Replying to @WDavidWork @soit_goes
Not time for smiles yet. 35 is still too many
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Final OverdriveⒶ 23 Jul 19
Replying to @soit_goes
Intensify and accelerate the resistance and defiance. Success is possible.
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Isaac Betty 23 Jul 19
Replying to @soit_goes
And according to the article, 17 of the 35 weren't even the people they were looking for, but just people they found by chance in the process.
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Chip Gorman 23 Jul 19
Replying to @soit_goes
Or, could it be because their CIC announced the raid timing in advance? Hey, who knew people watch TV?
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Ulfra Lupae 23 Jul 19
They outright said they're going to keep trying, and we all know they're upping security efforts, united with Palantir, Amazon, etc. They're calibrating their technology, and testing the laws -- and our wills.
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