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Madness': In Effort to Revoke Citizenship, Team Trump Combing Through Decades-Old Fingerprints of Immigrants


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Madness': In Effort to Revoke Citizenship, Team Trump Combing Through Decades-Old Fingerprints of Immigrants

Jessica Corbett, staff writer

In an "unprecedented" effort to revoke citizenship, the Trump administration is analyzing decades-old records of fingerprints from thousands of legally documented immigrants to identify anyone "who may have lied or falsified information on their naturalization forms," according to the Washington Post.


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From the article:

“His daughter, Natalie Garcia, told the newspaper that her father has a misdemeanor conviction from a domestic dispute that occurred 18 years ago and that he completed his sentence by enrolling in anger management classes and reporting to probation.”

What are the chances we could force Trump, Pence and Sessions to take anger management classes? It might do them—and all of us—a world of good.

With that question on the table, I’m led to wonder if this spasm of bureaucratic archeology is a simply a matter of pandering to Brand R’s xenophobic, low-information base. ICE must have run out of rapists, gang-bangers and low-level drug dealers in the first week of deportations.


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Perfect picture at the beginning of the story, agents sweatshirt says it all.


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The jackals have been turned loose. Who knew there so many goon wanna-bes in the US?