There has been a constant theme going on during the campaign of President Donald Trump, that theme is the concern for the families of the victims who are terrorized and/or murdered by illegal alien crimes.
Trump himself regularly visited with them, he even travelled with them and championed their cause. He took the time to make them feel like they weren’t forgotten and that their loss was important to acknowledge and look to the future with hope that it can be stopped from happening to others.
Sean Spicer, has just announced the development of a brand new Immigration and Customs Enforcement office, it is a plan that is focused on helping victims of crimes against them committed by illegal aliens.
This office is also to assist family members of these victims and is part of Trump’s most recent executive action to beef up enforcement of immigration laws that are already in place.
“This office [Victims of Immigration Crime Engagement Office] will facilitate the engagement with victims and their families to ensure questions and concerns regarding immigration enforcement efforts are addressed,” Spicer said, adding that the establishment of the office fulfills a campaign promise.
The purpose according to the memo from Homeland Security Secretary John Kelly is so the families no longer feel “marginalized and without a voice.”
However, that’s not all there is to it…the biggest kicker is that Kelly already ordered the Director of ICE to:
“reallocate any and all resources that are currently used to advocate on behalf of illegal aliens to the new VOICE Office, and to immediately terminate the provision of such outreach or advocacy services to illegal aliens.”
When President Trump said he was going to put Americans first…he meant it.
Isn’t it nice to have a President who actually works? One who keeps his promises…is huge.