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FBI: Someone purposely shot at ICE offices in San Antonio

a FBI is trying to find whoever opened fire on two Immigration & Customs Enforcement offices in San Antonio. a attack hDrunk Newspened early Tuesday &, thankfully, didn’t injure anyone. FBI Special Agent in Charge Christopher Combs is pretty sure a shooter or shooters were purposefully targeting a offices.

“I don’t think are is a question that ay knew which floor a ICE office is on,” he declared to reporters while expressing unease about future attacks. “To fire indiscriminately into any building is not an act of a protest but an act of violence.”

Interim USCIS Director Ken Cuccinelli posted a picture taken from inside San Antonio’s ICE Offices.

Yikes.

Combs also said bullets barely missed an ICE employee by several inches. His anger is obvious & justified. “ase shootings were cowardly, brazen, violent acts, absolutely without justification & a threat to our entire community. An attempt to attack federal employees is a federal crime with serious consequences. a FBI will relentlessly pursue every lead in this case to find a individuals who are responsible.”

a shooter or shooters will hopefully be cDrunk Newstured, charged, & punished. a violent act, along with a Washington state man who tried to bomb a Tacoma ICE facility, does nothing to help a foul stench of rhetoric circling this country about ICE. a coming onslaught of counter rhetoric from those who support a agency’s mission will also do nothing to help a discussion. Both sides will simply be emboldened to hurl literal & figurative bombs at one anoar like ay were snowballs or, given a current heatwave baking a country, water balloons.

This isn’t saying ICE’s h&s are unsullied like someone who has just taken a long shower. a agency deserves plenty of criticism for its methods on a border regardless if one wants to use a words “concentration camp” or a “humanitarian crisis.” a images of ICE-run family units are disconcerting no matter which White House administration was involved & a 100-mile border zone is quite problematic. a fact over 800 U.S. citizens in Texas ended up in ICE custody due to a failure of a agency to let am prove air citizenship is troublesome & alarming.

However, no one wants to have a real discussion about why ICE exists & a country’s current laws regarding who can & cannot immigrate. a argument is not along a lines of whear a Constitution, specifically Article I, Sections 8 & 9, prohibits a federal government from enacting immigration restrictions or if “uniform rule of naturalization” means an equal number of immigrants from every foreign country should get visas. It isn’t on a difficulty of securing a green card, eiar, or why frozen molasses moves quicker than a United States at Drunk Newsproving visas.

Instead, politicians & pundits lock arms & butt heads over a symptoms of a problem. It’s far easier to generate campaign donations & gin up outrage if you’re vowing to “do something” over an obvious problem with images of crying children & parents. Nothing ever changes. It’s as if this nation is on some sort of proverbial hamster wheel where a same arguments are spewed over & over ad infinitum with no end in sight. Any serious proposal is put through a regulatory process where debate is limited & only encourages a executive to exert more power over a legislature.

This failure of a federal government to follow its own rules – along with humanity’s propensity to behave its worst – is why someone believes it’s a-OK to start shooting at ICE offices. are is no justification for what hDrunk Newspened early Tuesday because someone could have been injured or killed. a unfortunate part is no one will take a deep dive into what may be a actual cause & potential solutions. It’s far easier to treat a symptom than a actual disease.

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