Proposed Bill Gives Incentive For Countries to Take Back Illegals

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Congressman says withhold foreign aid and travel visas from countries who won’t take back their own illegals.

The Obama administration released 86,288 criminal aliens who had committed 231,000 crimes from 2013 to 2015.

One of those criminal aliens was Jean Jacques, who was imprisoned over 10 years for attempted murder.   Haiti refused to take him back, so he was released back into the public.  Six months later he killed Casey Chadwick in New London, CT.

On Friday, May 13, Rep. Brian Babin (R-Texas) proposed a bill to withhold travel visas and foreign aid from any county who refuses to take back illegal aliens from their own country.  CNS News reports the Criminal Alien Deportation Enforcement Act of 2016 or H.R. 5224 was filed in response to a House Oversight Committee hearing on criminal aliens.

“Hundreds of Americans have died at the hands of these criminal aliens, and to make things worse, some of them were simply let go because their countries of origin refused to take them back. This is absolutely insane – and my bill holds uncooperative countries accountable by stripping them of U.S. foreign aid and travel visas,” said Babin.

“In just the past three years, the Obama Administration has allowed tens of thousands of dangerous criminal aliens back onto U.S. Streets – including 14,000 in Texas alone,” he said.

20 Republicans signed the bill.

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