Department of Homeland Security employees are seeing violent threats with greater frequency because of the president’s immigration policy, according to an official with knowledge of a recent threat assessment. Yes, enforcing the laws on the books to secure our border after years and years of open borders will make illegals and their advocates very angry. They’ve had lawlessness and they’ve had their way for so long that this must be a shock to them. The result is violence, harassment and who knows what’s to come from this crazed crowd. A recent gruesome discovery is just one more example of the unhinged behavior from the open borders leftists:
In one example, a senior DHS official living in the Washington. D.C. area found a burnt and decapitated animal on his front porch, according to an official with knowledge of the incident.
It didn’t help that Wikileaks published the personal contact information of 9k DHS employees last week.The protests are only becoming more violent as President Trump continues to enforce the law. Pray for the safety of all of these heroic men and women whose job is to literally keep the homeland secure.
The department determined that there was a “heightened threat against DHS employees” in response to recent government actions surrounding immigration, according to a letter sent to employees over the weekend.
“This assessment is based on specific and credible threats that have been levied against certain DHS employees and a sharp increase in the overall number of general threats against DHS employees,” Claire Grady, acting deputy secretary of Homeland Security, wrote to employees on Saturday.
In early May, the Trump administration announced it would begin enforcing a zero-tolerance immigration policy — criminally charging everyone who illegally crossed the southwest border. This led to around 2,300 children being separated from their parents as they faced prosecution.
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The family separations sparked outrage among advocates and lawmakers across the country, and on Wednesday Donald Trump signed an executive order that said he would keep families together during criminal proceedings.
Around two dozen threat reports were issued in the past few days, primarily against Immigration and Customs Enforcement officers, according to the same official. Each of these reports is generally related to a specific online threat. All employees are personally contacted by DHS security if they are the target of a violent threat, the official said.