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USCIS Backs Up ICE: ‘God Forbid’ Rubio Gets Elected, He’s a ‘Wolf in Sheep’s Clothing’

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    USCIS Backs Up ICE: ‘God Forbid’ Rubio Gets Elected, He’s a ‘Wolf in Sheep’s Clothing’

    In a bombshell hours before the Republican Presidential debate, officers for a second immigration agency are now warning America against Sen. Marco Rubio (R-FL)79%
    and are indicating support for GOP frontrunner Donald Trump.

    Ken Palinkas—who served as the President of the United States Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) Council during the Gang of Eight fight and is now a local chapter president for USCIS officers—weighed in on the fight between America’s Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) officers and Sen. Rubio.

    In an exclusive interview with Breitbart News, Palinkas detailed the dangers a Rubio Administration would pose to national security and U.S. sovereignty—perhaps adding more trouble to an already embattled Rubio campaign.

    “He’s the wolf in sheep’s clothing,” Palinkas told Breitbart—explaining that Rubio would “absolutely” represent President Obama’s third term on immigration.


    Palinkas confirmed that Chris Crane’s account of Sen. Rubio’s treatment of immigration and law enforcement was indeed accurate. Palinkas said that Rubio— who recently declared that Crane is “not an ICE official. He’s the head of a union” and suggested that Crane is pushing “conspiracy” theories— is now trying to discredit Crane in order to avoid discussing his record: “I think the reason why he [Rubio] wants to put Chris Crane in a certain light is because he doesn’t recognize the fact that he basically told us one thing and was planning on doing something completely different. His intention was not sincere.”

    Palinkas defended Crane’s status as an ICE officer of 13 years and explained that Rubio’s suggestion that Crane’s position in the union should make his voice invalid does not make sense. Indeed, by Rubio’s logic, America should similarly not hear the concerns of other law enforcement unions such as the Fraternal Order of the Police.

    “Rubio’s totally lost the boat there,” Palinkas said. “Chris Crane is an ICE officer, first. That’s his job. There’s no distinction… We are not a separate entity as union officials—we are employees of the federal government… That’s a negotiated item so that we can represent [officers] in their job functions.”

    In an interview published last week, Crane explained how Rubio “actively chose to exclude” ICE and law enforcement from the process of writing the Gang of Eight bill “because of his own personal agenda.”