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The vast majority of House Democrats have opposed the deportation of migrants found guilty of committing Social Security fraud and driving under the influence (DUI) in the United States.

The bills, known as H.R. 6678 (Consequences for Social Security Fraud Act) and H.R. 6976 (Protect Our Communities from DUIs Act), were introduced by Republican Representatives Tom McClintock (R-CA) and Barry Moore (R-AL).

H.R. 6678, which deports or bars a non-U.S. national who committed a Social Security or identification document fraud from admission into the U.S., saw opposition from 155 Democrats.

Meanwhile, H.R. 6976 faced opposition from 150 Democrats. The legislation sought to create grounds for inadmissibility and removability for aliens convicted of driving under the influence (DUI). The current lack of explicit provisions in immigration law allows criminal aliens to evade accountability for DUI offenses, potentially posing risks to communities.

Rep. August Pfluger (R-TX) could not help but express his disappointment with Democrats.

“I am appalled to see a majority of Democrats in the House of Representatives voting to prevent illegal aliens who endanger the lives of American citizens by drunk driving from being deported. Americans deserve leaders who put their safety and prosperity first,” he said.

Even the House Judiciary Committee expressed their disappointment with the decision on X. “They’d rather protect illegal aliens than our seniors,” the House Judiciary Committee posted on Feb. 1.

Trump vows to implement “largest domestic deportation operation” if re-elected as president

During a speech in Iowa in September, former President Donald Trump declared his intention to implement “the largest domestic deportation operation in American history” if he secures a second term in the 2024 presidential race. (Related: Trump to launch biggest DEPORTATION effort in U.S. history if elected.)

“Upon my inauguration, I will immediately terminate every Open Borders policy of the Biden administration. Following the Eisenhower Model, we will carry out the largest domestic deportation operation in American history. I’ll also invoke immediately the Alien Enemies Act to remove all known or suspected gang members,” Trump said.

Trump draws inspiration from the 1954 initiative, known as “Operation Wetback,” of former President and World War II hero Dwight D. Eisenhower. The program, which sought to curb the influx of approximately three million illegal immigrants into the US, primarily in California, Arizona and Texas in the 19th century, involved transporting undocumented individuals deep into Mexico using buses, trains and ships.

Despite having only 1,075 Border Patrol agents back then, the program grants the president broad powers during times of war or threat. This allowed the expulsion of individuals deemed dangerous to the country.

To date, many Border Patrol veterans, including Trump, still admire this operation.

In a Fox News Business Channel event in 2015, Trump praised the immigration approach of Eisenhower. “People liked him. I liked Ike. [That’s the] expression. ‘I Like Ike.’ Moved a million and a half illegal immigrants out of this country, moved them just beyond the border: They came back. Moved them again, beyond the border: They came back. Then moved them way south. They never came back,” Trump said at the time.

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Watch this episode of “NTD Good Morning” from NTD Television as hosts Evelyn Li and Kevin Hogan discuss former President Donald Trump outlining his agenda for his 2024 presidential run.

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