PUBLISHED: 7:20 PM 26 Jan 2017

BREAKING: Mexican President Reacts To Executive Order, Now Vows To Fight Trump’s “Racism”

He is about to do what?

He is about to do what?

He is about to do what?

Mexican President Enrique Peña Nieto has threatened to protect immigrants from his country that are illegally in the United States. His threat has no teeth as President Trump starts to implement immigration enforcement. The Mexican Government does not want the illegals back in Mexico.

Hours after U.S. President Donald Trump signed executive orders to curb illegal immigration, Mexican President Enrique Peña Nieto promised Wednesday night to protect Mexicans in the United States.

“Where there is a Mexican migrant at risk that requires our support, your country should be there,” Peña Nieto said in a brief address to his nation, which he said was a response to Trump’s actions earlier in the day.

“Our communities are not alone,” Peña Nieto said. “The Mexican Government will provide them with the legal advice, which guarantees the protection they require.”  

Specifically, he said, “the 50 Mexican consulates in the United States will become authentic advocates for the rights of migrants.” He didn’t provide details on what he said he wanted them to do.

Peña Nieto is scheduled to meet with Trump next Tuesday to discuss trade and immigration. But after Trump signed the two orders — one to begin steps to fund Trump’s promised wall along the U.S.-Mexican border and the other to significantly boost the U.S. Border Patrol. Peña Nieto said he was consulting with Mexican officials in Washington to decide on “the next steps.”

While he stopped short of canceling the meeting, he insisted, “Mexico offers and demands respect as the fully sovereign nation we are.” Never mind he doesn’t intend to respect U.S. sovereignty. Peña Nieto said he “regrets and rejects” Trump’s orders Wednesday because “Mexico does not believe in walls. I have said it over and over again, Mexico will not pay for any wall,” he stressed.

No Catch And Release This Time

No Catch And Release This Time

President Trump has just signed two executive orders that call for the construction of a border wall and outlines a new agenda regarding immigration enforcement. It’s done. One of the orders puts an end to catch-and-release.

The second order seeks to end sanctuary cities, identify criminal illegal aliens, triple the amount of Immigration and Customs Enforcement agents, and empower them to enforce federal immigration laws. It will also create a victim’s advocacy office for Americans who loved ones had been victimized by people who should have never been here in the first place.

The Mexican Consulate in Chicago says illegals are flooding into the city because if its sanctuary status. He said people are pouring in from surrounding states where they’re not offered protection from deportation. The term ‘sanctuary city is a generalized description where city funds are not used to implement federal immigration laws. These cities have decided by legal regulation not to inquire about the immigration status of the people in which they come in contact. In other words, it’s another form of “don’t ask, don’t tell.”

As if to emphasize the point, Peña Nieto noted Wednesday night that Trump’s orders were issued “at a time when our country is initiating talks to negotiate the new rules of cooperation” on trade. “This negotiation is very important for the strength, certainty and future of our economy and our society,” he said.

Sanctuary cities continue to be a festering public-safety concern throughout the country. ICE has identified about 300 cities that are uncooperative and obstruct immigration enforcement. There are four whole states, California, Connecticut, New Mexico, and Colorado that have declared as sanctuary states.

A detainer is the primary tool used by ICE to gain custody of illegals for deportation. It’s a notice to other law enforcement agencies that ICE intends to take custody of the alien. It also includes information on the alien’s criminal history, immigration violations and potential threat to public safety.

The Mexican President threatened to give legal protection to immigrants through the Mexican Consulates. This will result in thousands of frivolous lawsuits being filed. There have already been precedents. The latest case that comes to light is an illegal immigrant suing San Francisco, for his possible deportation. A 32-year-old is suing San Francisco, alleging that the city violated its sanctuary city ordinance by reporting him to the U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement after reporting his car stolen in 2015.

Pedro Figueroa Zarceno, who is from El Salvador and lives in the Mission District, was in federal immigration custody for a deportation hearing. San Francisco is a sanctuary city and is therefore prohibited from assisting federal authorities with immigration enforcement. 

“With an incoming federal administration threatening mass deportations and targeting sanctuary cities, we must hold SFPD and the Sheriff’s Department accountable and ensure that every single officer is following the city’s due process protections,” Saira Hussain, an attorney representing Figueroa, told the paper.

The suit, which was filed in U.S. District Court, seeks an unspecified amount and calls on police to admit that he was a “victim of false imprisonment.”

Executive Order Says "Build It"

Executive Order Says “Build It”

A spokesman from the city reportedly said that San Francisco has “strong policies in place to encourage victims and witnesses to report crimes without fear of being deported.” The report pointed out that in February, then-Police Chief Greg Suhr acknowledged that the man should not have ended up in custody.

The report said that Figueroa reported the car stolen in November 2015. Authorities eventually found the car, and when he filled out the paperwork to pick up the car, he was arrested.

Homeland Security told the paper that police ran the background check and learned that he had a 10-year-old, outstanding warrant for deportation after failing to appear at an immigration hearing in Texas in 2005, and a 2012 conviction for drunken driving.

President Trump will defend our borders and has already taken major steps in dealing with the immigration problem. Mexican President Enrique Peña Nieto will be told by this administration that threats don’t work, not against Donald Trump.