Liberals are always trying to romanticize illegal immigration by painting a picture of struggle, hopes, and dreams.
Juan Manuel Montes-Bojorquez, 23, was one of the 750,000 illegal immigrants that was classified as a “dreamer” by former President Barack Obama’s Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program, which granted stays of deportation and work permits to those who qualified.
However, Montes-Bojorquez was recently deported by the Trump administration after it was revealed that he violated the terms of his DACA status.
Conservative Tribune reports:
When Montes-Bojorquez went public with the fact that he had been deported, liberals in Washington pounced on the story in an effort to present Trump in a bad light.
House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi called Montes-Bojorquez “outstanding” and said his deportation was a disgrace to American values.
Sen. Richard J. Durbin challenged Homeland Security Secretary John F. Kelly, who vowed last month that nobody approved as a dreamer under DACA would be deported by the Trump administration.
Immigrant rights activists, led by United We Dream community organizer Deyanira Aldana, gathered outside a Homeland Security Department office in Washington on April 19, demanding that Montes-Bojorquez be reimported from Mexico.
“We will stand up to racist agents that continue to target our community,” Aldana said though a bullhorn at the protest.
However, Montes-Bojorquez deserved his deportation as he clearly violated the rules of his DACA status. Under the program, he was prohibited from leaving the U.S. without permission, which he decided to do anyways.
After leaving the U.S., he made his situation worse by trying to sneak back in. He was eventually spotted by Border Patrol agents and arrested on Feb. 19.
“During (Mr. Montes’) detention and arrest by the United States Border Patrol on Feb. 19, he admitted to agents that he had illegally entered the United States and was arrested,” the agency said in a statement.
Montes-Bojorquez claimed that he had been in the United States since he was 9, but authorities failed to find anything that could prove that and the earliest records of him popped up in 2010 when he tried to enter the country without authorization.
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