Homeland Security Chief: ‘I Don’t Understand Those Who Say We Are Not Enforcing’ Immigration Laws

BREITBART — As he paves the way for the country to further relax its immigration laws in his administrative review–like not deporting illegal immigrants who have only been convicted of “minor” crimes–President Barack Obama’s Secretary of Homeland Security Jeh Johnson said he could not understand why Americans, including 22 senators, would think he is not enforcing the nation’s immigration laws. “I don’t understand those who say we are not enforcing the law,” Johnson said in an interview that aired on ABC’s This Week on Sunday. “We are enforcing the law every day.” Johnson was responding to a question from Pierre Thomas about the “blistering letter” that 22 Republican senators wrote to President Barack Obama last week that expressed “their grave concerns the changes under consideration would represent a near complete abandonment of basic immigration enforcement.” [Read More]