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WILMINGTON, N.C. — U.S. immigration officials say they won’t do any active enforcement during evacuations or in shelters during Hurricane Florence. Homeland Security officials say Immigration and Customs Enforcement officers are focused on the preservation of life and safety.

The Trump administration has stepped up arrests of people living in the country illegally, but during this storm they say they won’t enforce immigration laws unless there’s a serious public safety threat.

The article goes on to state the following:

Immigration officers have been dispatched to help with response and recovery as Florence lashes North and South Carolina with life-threatening winds, rain and floods.

But Jeff Byard of the Federal Emergency Management Agency says saving lives is the priority, and anyone fearing for their safety should call 911 for help. Federal officials say they don’t want people to fear going to shelters.

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  1. The left and their fear mongering has put hundreds of people in danger and they refuse to take any responsibility for any of it, it will all be laid at the feet of the President.

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