• June 12, 2024

BREAKING: Biden Just Cancelled Another Trump Era Law

It appears that Biden just can’t help himself and is canceling everything that President Trump had his name on.

We all knew that would happen but he has been moving at lightning speed to ensure that if anyone had a doubt of how much he hated America and its citizens.

When Trump when in office he did everything to make sure America was put first with his policies. From ensuring that the border was secure to economic policies, America was on the road to recovery but all that has come to a grinding halt thanks to Biden and his anti-American policies.

Just recently, Biden shut the door on another Trump-era immigration policy and has ordered ICE to stop jailing illegal aliens facing deportation if they are pregnant or recently gave birth.

Yeah, just another reason why it is so important for us to make sure that we show up in 2022 to vote out anyone who celebrated this policy reversal.

WASHINGTON – Today, U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) issued a new policy for individuals known to be pregnant or nursing, which includes a year of postpartum in recognition of the time needed for infant development and parental bonding. The policy, which complements ICE’s national detention standards, family residential standards, and ICE Health Service Corps (IHSC) policies, states that ICE should not detain, arrest or take into custody for an administrative violation of the immigration laws individuals known to be pregnant, postpartum or nursing unless release is prohibited by law or exceptional circumstances exist.

“ICE is committed to safeguarding the integrity of our immigration system and preserving the health and safety of pregnant, postpartum, and nursing individuals,” said Acting ICE Director Tae D. Johnson. “Given the unique needs of this population, we will not detain individuals known to be pregnant, postpartum, or nursing unless release is prohibited by law or exceptional circumstances exist. This reflects our commitment to treat all individuals with respect and dignity while still enforcing our nation’s laws.”

In the very limited circumstances in which detention is necessary and appropriate, ICE provides general health and well-being care, including regular custody and medical reevaluation, ensuring appropriate pre-and/or post-natal and other medical and mental health care.

A copy of the updated policy can be found here.


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