‘Functionally Abolished’: ICE Averaging ‘One Arrest Every Two Months’ Amid Border Crisis

ICE is melting away in the Biden administration as Immigration and Customs Enforcement officers find themselves handcuffed by new rules designed to limit their activities.

The agency deported fewer than 3,000 illegal immigrants in April, a record low, The Washington Post reported.

Officers are currently averaging one arrest every two months.  Source: Western Journal

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