The "Abolish ICE" movement has found itself increasingly unable to defend the opinion that ICE is the Gestapo and President Trump is a fascist dictator. First, there was the man wanted for homicide that ICE arrested. Sure, the mainstream media framed that story so as "ICE forces pregnant woman to drive herself to the hospital," but there's no way to spin the most recent deportation: President Trump has deported a literal Nazi.
Jakiw Palij, the 95-year-old man who had been living in the Jackson Heights, Queens neighborhood for 13 years, emigrated to America shortly after World War II, by lying to authorities. He worked as a guard at the Trawniki Labor Camp. He was even there on Nov. 3, 1943, when roughly 6,000 Jews were murdered, in what was one of the largest massacres of the Holocaust.
He's lied for decades about his role at the death camp. And, yesterday, after years of easy living, he faced justice.
President Trump commends his Administration's comprehensive actions, especially ICE's actions, in removing this war criminal from United States soil.
The statement continued:
Despite a court ordering his deportation in 2004, past administrations were unsuccessful in removing Palij. To protect the promise of freedom for Holocaust survivors and their families, President Trump prioritized the removal of Palij. Through extensive negotiations, President Trump and his team secured Palij's deportation to Germany and advanced the United States' collaborative efforts with a key European ally.
Surely the Left would see this, the deportation of a literal Nazi, as proof that ICE is important, or at least it should bring them to rethink their rapid ideas about an America without borders. Afraid not, folks. Afraid not.