Skip to comments.Acting ICE boss Ron Vitiello, passed over for permanent job, to resign in days
Posted on 04/10/2019 11:22:11 PM PDT by knighthawk
The shakeup within the Department of Homeland Securitys leadership continued on Wednesday after it was announced that Immigration and Customs Enforcement Acting Director Ron Vitiello would be stepping down on Friday.
Outgoing DHS Secretary Kirstjen Nielsen issued a statement Wednesday announcing Vitiellos departure and thanked him for his unwavering leadership.
For over three decades, Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) Acting Director Ron Vitiello has protected our homeland with courage and conviction, the statement read. Rons knowledge and expertise as a seasoned law enforcement professional has been invaluable to DHS, and he has left a legacy of excellence as our Department has expanded and refined our efforts to curb illegal immigration and secure our borders.
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DHS was in desperate need of a deep state housecleaning.
former US ambassador to Panama, John Feeley, is on RT’s Worlds Apart right now...
first question was about why he resigned last year. he started by waffling on about the wall, then said that’s not why he resigned...
it was because of Charlottesville, when President Trump refused to condemn the neo-nazis!!!
what a lying pos.
Why is Nielsen still there to make announcements? America would be better off with an empty chair.
Well, Buh Bye.
“He’s been there three decades? All the bad stuff happened on his watch. His departure is long overdue, another swamp critter who has grown fat feeding at the trough.”
Purge the entire department and fill it with law enforcement specialists like Sheriff Clark.
This vitiello bum was there for over 30 years. The da** invasion by illegals has only gathered steam during his tenure. The bum will get retirement at taxpayers’ expense. What a scam. What a bum.
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