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Occurrences in the Congressional Record

Entry Title Date
Housing Illegal Immigrant Detainees January 7, 2016
Martha Roby, R-AL
"Mr. Speaker, I rise today to voice my strong opposition to the possible housing of illegal immigrant detainees on Maxwell-Gunter Air Force Base in Montgomery, Alabama."
Coconspirators In Supporting Terrorism December 15, 2015
Louie Gohmert, R-TX
"These terrorists entered Europe with illegal immigrant asylum seekers, of the sort who routinely show up at the U.S.-Mexico border.”"
Media Ignore Administration Scandals December 9, 2015
Lamar Smith, R-TX
"And when an American is murdered by an illegal immigrant, the press never connects the loss of life to the president’s refusal to enforce our immigration laws."
Stop Sanctuary Policies And Protect Americans Act October 21, 2015
James Inhofe, R-OK
"This summer, everyone heard the case of Kate Steinle who was shot and killed in San Francisco by an illegal immigrant who had seven felony convictions and had been deported five times. Rather than turn him over to ICE, San Francisco released him, allowing him to commit more crimes. This guy even admitted that he was in San Francisco because their liberal laws would protect him."
Stop Sanctuary Policies And Protect Americans Act—Motion To Proceed October 20, 2015
Patrick Toomey, R-PA
"What is so outrageous about this, among other things, is that the shooter never should have been on the pier that day, in the first place. He was an illegal immigrant who had been convicted of seven felonies. He had been deported five times, and there he is on the San Francisco pier, shooting and killing an innocent woman. It is more outrageous than that. Just 3 months earlier, the Department of Homeland Security had asked the San Francisco Police Department, when they had picked up this man, to hold him until DHS officials could come and get him. They had made that specific request when this man was in the custody of the San Francisco Police Department, but San Francisco refused to cooperate. Knowing that DHS wanted them to hold this man for a short period of time until their agents could get there and take him into custody, having had that request from DHS, San Francisco said no, and they released him so he could then go out and commit a murder."

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