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National Border Patrol Council President Brandon Judd just fired back at Hillary Clinton after she publicly offered illegal immigrants advi...

Border Patrol Union President Torches Hillary Clinton For Advising Illegals On How To Avoid ICE

National Border Patrol Council President Brandon Judd just fired back at Hillary Clinton after she publicly offered illegal immigrants advice on how to avoid apprehension from Immigration and Customs Enforcement agents.

“I’m amazed that somebody that ran for president of the United States — that was willing to promise to uphold the laws of the United States, the Constitution of the United States — is now actively helping people avoid justice,” said Judd, who is head of the Border Patrol’s union of nearly 20,000 members.

The Daily Caller reported that Judd’s comments were made in response to a tweet Clinton posted on Thursday. The former Democratic presidential candidate included an image that showed a list, written in Spanish, of recommendations for illegal aliens to follow in order to avoid apprehension and deportation from ICE agents. Some of the instructions told illegal immigrants “not to open the door” for agents and to report their badge number, type of vehicle they are driving, and where they were seen.


Clinton’s tweet was posted in response to President Donald Trump’s upcoming immigration raids that are set to target roughly 2,000 illegal immigrants across 10 U.S. states on Sunday. All of the illegal aliens being targeted have ignored court orders to leave the country.

“These people have already been ordered deported. They’ve already exhausted all their appeals processes through the court system. They’re not supposed to be here. They’re illegally here, and she’s helping them to continue to break the law,” Judd said. “I don’t understand how the Left continues to move further and further left to what the American public wants.”



He went on to explain that the only people being targeted are those who entered the country illegally, exhausted their due process after being found ineligible to claim asylum or amnesty, and yet have stayed living in the U.S. despite an immigration judge ordering them to leave.

“This is not a raid where we’re going out into the streets and grabbing anybody that we can. We’re specifically targeting those individuals that have defied an order of deportation by a judge here in the United States,” Judd said, adding that if we don’t go after people who defy court orders, it sends a message to people in other countries that it’s alright to disobey our immigration laws.

Since losing the presidential election to Trump, Clinton has become an outspoken critic of his administration, and she regularly takes to Twitter to slam his policies.