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Thursday, March 10, 2016

In the disturbing video below, National Border Patrol Council President Brandon Judd drops a bombshell by revealing that the Obama administration has issued a policy requiring U.S. Border Patrol agents to release illegal immigrants who claim they have been in the U.S. since January 2014.

“Simply put the new policy makes mandatory the release — without a [Notice to Appear] of any person arrested by the Border Patrol for being in the country illegally, as long as they don’t have a previous felony arrest and conviction and as long as they claim to been continuously in the United States since January of 2014,” Judd explained, according to Breitbart.

Unbelievable. What the Obama admin is REALLY doing to the borders was just revealed, and it’s even worse than I…

Posted by Western Journalism on Thursday, March 10, 2016

Judd went on to say that the illegals only need to “claim” that they have been in the country that long for agents to release them.

“The operative word in this policy is ‘claim,’” he said. “The policy does not require the person to prove they’ve been here, which is the same burden placed on them during deportation — instead it simply requires them to claim to have been here since January of 2014.”

“Not only do we release these individuals — that by law are subject to removal proceedings — we do it without any means of tracking their whereabouts,” he added.

Judd testified House Judiciary Subcommittee on Immigration and Border Security to slam Obama for the lenient immigration laws he has put in place in this country.

“Immigration laws today appear to be mere suggestions, there are little to no consequences for breaking the laws and that fact is well knowns in other countries,” Judd added.

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