DHS chief says members of Congress ‘threaten’ him over immigration enforcement

Homeland Security Secretary John F. Kelly said Thursday that members of Congress have tried to “threaten” him over his department’s stepped up enforcement of the immigration laws they wrote, and called for even stiffer laws to punish sanctuary cities and repeat-illegal immigrants.

Mr. Kelly said he was “offended” by those lawmakers — who he didn’t name — who he said “often threaten me and my officers” when they try to enforce laws that call for the deportation of illegal immigrants.

It’s the latest blunt criticism from the retired Marine general, who has previously told members of Congress to “shut up” rather than criticize him over the laws they wrote.

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  • Alain

    Those members of Congress need to be named and exposed.

  • Norman_In_New_York

    Kelly, of course, is right. The easiest way for Congress to stop him from enforcing these laws is to change the laws, but they are cowards who want to have it both ways.

  • Blacksmith

    Hopefully he got some on tape.