Even Trump Didn’t Know How Right He Was…The Startling Statistics

When Donald Trump made his speech on illegal immigrants in the United States, he probably didn’t know how right he was.  The numbers are staggering.  Obama’s immigration policy leads me to one conclusion.  That is that American lives don’t matter.  Obama claimed that he was letting “non violent” illegal aliens stay to concentrate on criminal illegals.  Mr President…………YOU LIE!!!

Currently there are over 347,000 illegals who have committed serious crimes running free in America because Obama released them.  There are  168,680 illegal criminal aliens who have already received their deportation orders approved and another 179,018 illegals who have been convicted of serious crimes are awaiting their deportation hearings.  So how many of these have this administration seen fir to keep in custody?   6,220 criminal immigrants facing final deportation orders and another 7,680 convicted criminal immigrants.  That’s 13,900 out of 347,698.  That’s just shy of 4%.

In 2013, Obama released  36,007 criminal immigrants who had 88,000 criminal convictions including 193 homicides, 426 convictions for sexual assault, 303 kidnappings and 1075 aggravated assault convictions.

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