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But when Sessions actually got up to give the address to border patrol agents, he dropped the “filth” line.
We mean criminal organizations that turn cities and suburbs into warzones, that rape and kill innocent citizens and who profit by smuggling poison and other human beings across our borders.
And it is here that criminal aliens and the coyotes and the document-forgers seek to overthrow our system of lawful immigration.
(I’ve reached out to the DOJ for comment about why the line was dropped and will update if I hear back.)
The line, which was intended to be used at a speech in the border city of Nogales, AZ, was repellant enough to raise more than a few eyebrows ahead of the event.
Jeff Sessions Unveils Immigration Plan During Border Tour
Attorney General Jeff Sessions toured the U.S.-Mexico border Tuesday and unveiled what he described as a new get-tough approach to immigration prosecutions under President Donald Trump.
Sessions’ immigration plans have long been foreshadowed.
Following the border tour, Sessions spoke to officials at an International Association of Chiefs of Police conference outside Phoenix.
During his visit, he urged federal prosecutors to intensify their focus on immigration crimes such as illegal border crossing or smuggling others into the U.S.
They made up more than half of all federal prosecutions in fiscal year 2016, according to the Transactional Records Access Clearinghouse at Syracuse University.
CLOSE Skip in Skip x Embed x Share ATTORNEY GENERAL JEFF SESSIONS VISITS ARIZONA Attorney General Jeff Sessions talks about Trump administration policies | 1:54 U.S. Attorney General Jeff Sessions speaks April 11, 2017, at the International Association of Chiefs of Police Division Midyear Conference at the Wigwam, 300 E. Wigwam Blvd., in Litchfield Park.
Mark Henle/azcentral.com 1 of 3 CLOSE Skip in Skip x Embed x Share ATTORNEY GENERAL JEFF SESSIONS VISITS ARIZONA Sessions outlines border enforcement plan | 2:13 Attorney General Jeff Sessions has announced a get-tough approach to immigration prosecutions during a tour of the U.S.-Mexico border.
(Photo: Mark Henle/The Republic)U.S. Attorney General Jeff Sessions offered a grim outlook on the nation’s criminal activity on Tuesday, predicting that murder rates could double in less than a decade.
(April 11) AP 2 of 3 CLOSE Skip in Skip x Embed x Share ATTORNEY GENERAL JEFF SESSIONS VISITS ARIZONA U.S. Attorney General Jeff Sessions in Nogales to talk illegal immigration | 1:59 The Republic’s Rafael Carranza talks with KJZZ’s Michel Marizco about U.S. Attorney General Jeff Sessions’ tour of the Arizona border and his announcement about stricter guidelines on prosecuting immigration cases.
U.S. Attorney General Jeff Sessions speaks April 11, 2017, at the International Association of Chiefs of Police Division Midyear Conference at the Wigwam, 300 E. Wigwam Blvd., Litchfield Park.