Former INS Special Agent Michael Cutler said that President Barack Obama “obviously” wants to see the crisis on the southern border to continue.
On Tuesday’s “Your World with Neil Cavuto” on the Fox News Channel, Cutler said, “[Obama] just spoke a couple of days ago, as they’re trying to stop this crisis on the border, that he wants to see continue, obviously. He said, ‘Hey, you know what? I’m going think about taking out my pen and giving lawful status to millions of illegal aliens.’”
“Never mind that we can’t interview them. Never mind there’s no resources to do a proper investigation. No matter that last week was the tenth anniversary of the 9/11 Commission Report, and the 9/11 Commission…was very clear about the nexus between immigration and national security, and by the way, you’re talking about the Ebola Virus. Do we even know who’s coming in? It’s not they’re undocumented, Neil. These are people who are uninspected” Cutler stated against the president’s proposal to grant amnesty to illegal immigrants.
He added that illegal immigrants who protested outside the White House on Monday were not arrested because law enforcement was ordered not to apprehend them.
“Obviously they were told not to,” he stated when asked why the police didn’t arrest any of the protesters who were publicly declaring that they were in the country illegally. And “they [law enforcement] certainly have the authority. If you look at the Immigration Act, if you have reasonable suspicion, do you think you have reasonable suspicion?”
Cutler also criticized the president for not ordering the arrests of the protestors, declaring that the president “who obviously is also not only the Commander in Chief of the armed forces but of our federal agents,” and “could have said ‘get them out of there.’ Instead he says he wants them there.”
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