The lawsuit filing consists of 22 pages that the executive administration violates federal law and forces ICE employees to break the law by not arresting certain illegal immigrants. According to Dallas News:
Kobach, who also advised Arizona lawmakers on the state’s controversial immigration bill, said he is representing the employees as a private lawyer and not in the capacity as a Kansas state official. He wrote in the lawsuit that ICE agents have been ordered not to arrest illegal immigrants who claim to be eligible for the administration’s new deportation policy. . . . In June, Napolitano and President Barack Obama said that some illegal immigrants could avoid deportation and be granted a work permit for up to two years. Under the program, immigrants have to prove that they arrived in the United States before they turned 16, have been in the country for at least five years, are 30 or younger, are in school or have graduated or have served in the military may be eligible. They cannot have a criminal record or otherwise be considered a threat to public safety or national security. . . . U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services started accepting applications for the program on Aug. 15. Immigrants have to pay a $465 paperwork fee for the program. DHS officials have not said how many people might be eligible under the program, though the Pew Hispanic Center and others have estimated that about 1.7 million people could be covered. An internal DHS document obtained by The Associated Press shows that the government estimated receiving about 1.04 million applications in the program’s first year, with about 890,000 being immediately eligible. The document estimated that the program could cost between $467.7 million and $585.4 million. The department anticipated collecting about $484.2 million in fees.
Debbie Schlussel wrote an exclusive on the story. Debbie also has added another federal lawsuit that had been unnoticed concerning Homeland Security employment discrimination against straight male agents by Napolitano. The federal complaint reads that Napolitano favored her lesbian girlfriend and also stated that Suzanne Barr, Chief of Staff of ICE, demanded that a male ICE Special Agent engage in oral sex with her and when refused their offices were relocated to the men’s bathroom at ICE headquarters. All those involved were hand-picked by Barack Obama to operate the Department of Homeland Security.
Thomas Jeffersonand other prominent founders warned Americans that they must keep a close watch upon those elected – and a tight rein; otherwise, tyranny replaced by the American Revolution only replaces a different form of it. The Tea Party movement has set off a Second American Revolution – but this time it will be won by votes and the amount of Americans who are willing to stand by truth and principles instead of the garbage they are expected to believe.
The disgusting behavior by the People put in trust to operate our government is beyond words and makes me ill.Scary is the thought that these people are operating and directing our Homeland Security.