U.S. is now totally fouled up:


Illegals Use Arrest Warrants As ID to Board Flights 

WASHINGTON, DC –  Give U.S. Senator Thom Tillis of North Carolina credit. In a blistering Jan. 28 letter sent to Alejandro Mayorkas, Secretary for the Department of Homeland Security, Tillis wrote:

“By the plain text of these documents (warrants), the only flights these dangerous, criminal illegal immigrants should be boarding are those returning them to their home country.”

Nine other Republican senators joined Tillis in excoriating Mayorkas over alarming news that illegal immigrants are being permitted to use Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) arrest warrants as an acceptable form of identification by the Transportation Security Administration (TSA) to board airplanes.

“The Department of Homeland Security is tasked with both enforcing our nation’s immigration laws and with keeping our nation safe,” wrote the senators. “Permitting the use of ICE arrest warrants as travel documents is at best illogical, and at worst a serious threat to our nation’s homeland security.

“As DHS Secretary, you are responsible for setting policy not only for the Department as a whole, but for its component parts – including ICE and TSA,” continued the senators. “The decision to allow ICE arrest warrants to serve as permissible travel documents inherently places one component of the Department in unacceptable tension with another component. This tension threatens the safety and well-being of hardworking American citizens. We struggle to understand why TSA would permit dangerous, criminal illegal aliens to use ICE arrest warrants to fly. This policy appears not only to be misguided, but also to defy the purpose of these arrest warrants in the first place.”

The letter goes on to list numerous questions for Mayorkas, requesting a “timely” response by Feb. 25.  

Arrest Warrants letter