Open the borders. Arrest no one. Give away free smartphones and tablets. That’s the Bien administration’s plan for immigration.
It’s like giving a burglar access to your home, but tracking him with a cell phone.
The White House wants to give free smartphones to migrants crossing borders onto American soil.
The White House defended the idea, saying the smartphone gift would help illegal crossers stay in touch with ICE officials.
White House press secretary Jen Psaki appeared annoyed after Fox News reporter Peter Doocy questioned her about the program.
“I think you, of all people, since you’ve asked me a range of questions on this topic over time, would recognize that we need to take steps to ensure that we know where individuals are and we can track, and we can check in with then,” Psaki replied.
Psaki said the phones were part of the administration’s “alternative to detention” program at the border.
“There are nearly 180,000 undocumented immigrants in the United States being monitored with traceable devices,” according to Breitbart.
“The phones, Psaki said, provided migrants the ability monitored by officials using ‘telephonic’ technology — matching a voice print and requiring migrants to call once a week to check in with Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) officials,” reports Breitbart.
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