Considering the drama on our southern border, don’t U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement agents have enough to do?
With a “Most Wanted List” featuring baddies like former Venezuelan Vice President Tareck El Aissami and his cohort Samark Jose Lopez Bello (wanted for alleged international drug trafficking and money laundering); alleged murderer and MS-13 member Jose Orlando Gonzalez Medina; and suspected human trafficker Mario Antunez-Sotelo, it seems like they should.
No, not every ICE agent can spend every minute hunting down Most Wanted poster boys, but news Aug. 9 that the immigration agency was spending its time asking the New Mexico government to hand over worker and employer records was a little baffling.
Workforce Solutions Secretary Bill McCamley – who was appointed to his post by Gov. Michelle Lujan Grisham – stopped ICE, er, cold.