Homeland Security sets up three Obama amnesty complaint hotlines for illegals to use [Video]

So, not only are border patrol agents and other police officers being prevented from doing their jobs and arresting potentially violent illegals, there are three new spiffy hotlines available to illegal aliens to rat on anyone they think isn’t being ‘nice’ to them. How special. This is an absolute insult to those trying to enforce the law, as well as Americans in general. Obama issues Executive Orders that are illegal and unconstitutional and we don’t seem to be able or willing to do anything about it. Now, he’s giving preference to those breaking the law and urging them to turn in those who are here to protect us. Unbelievable in the extreme. This is really messed up.

From The Washington Times:

The Homeland Security Department has set up hotlines for illegal immigrants who believe their rights under President Obama’s amnesty policy have been violated.

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In a memo announcing the customer complaint line, U.S. Customs and Border Protection asked illegal immigrants to “please tell us about your experience” if they believe they were treated “contrary to the new DHS enforcement priorities.”

The department alerted “stakeholders” last week of three complaint hotlines: one for CBP, which oversees the Border Patrol; one for U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement, which handles immigration laws in the nation’s interior; and one for U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services, which is poised to handle the millions of amnesty applications expected to be filed.

The amnesty policy grants tentative legal status to up to 4 million illegal immigrants and orders Border Patrol agents and Immigration and Customs Enforcement agents not to arrest other illegal immigrants who say they have been hiding in the U.S. for years but don’t meet the criteria for full amnesty.

Border Patrol agents said the complaint lines amount to a slap in the face to those who put their lives on the line to enforce the law.

“Instead of supporting our agents, this administration has decided it is more important to find new ways to solicit complaints and invite ridicule against them,” said Shawn Moran, vice president of the National Border Patrol Council, the labor union that represents line agents. “We demand that this administration spend more time defending the men and women defending our nation and less time promoting the extreme agendas of pro-illegal-immigration organizations.”

He said he would like the Homeland Security Department to set up a complaint line for agents instead, so they could register their concerns over the administration’s failure to enforce laws involving their own pay, the disparity in the firepower they bring to the fight with drug cartels and the administration’s “failure to fully enforce our immigration laws.”

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The Homeland Security Department and CBP issued memos detailing the customer complaint lines last week. CBP’s notice included this invitation: “If you believe you (or a family member) were apprehended and processed by a Customs and Border Protection officer or Border Patrol agent contrary to the new DHS enforcement priorities, please tell us about your experience by contacting the CBP INFO Center.”

This is meant to poke the law enforcement badger, so-to-speak. I usually don’t side with unions, but this time, I’m in full agreement with the National Border Patrol Council. A sitting president should be defending Americans and not facilitating an invasion from Mexico and other countries. Instead, Obama is more interested in ensuring a permanent Marxist voting bloc and majority in the US, changing the voting demographic forever. He’s done everything but a tap dance on the Constitution while setting it on fire. That’s scheduled for Friday, I think. Shouldn’t agents have a fair say, since they put their lives on the line every day? Obama’s diktats are evidently more fair for criminals than actual Americans.

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