ICE Agents ARREST 2 ILLEGAL MILLIONAIRES who DONATED $100,000 to BARACK OBAMA’S CAMPAIGN
Wow. Who would have even expected that EVEN Donors were illegal. Also, why do Democrats like Joe Biden want to say illegal immigrants are American citizens? This could be one reason why, but can easily be left to rumor. I’d imagine if you donate over $100,000 to a political candidate they’ll make sure the world knows your an American citizen if you’re ever tried against being one.
Of course, despite former Vice President Joe Biden’s claim that illegal immigrants are American citizens — ICE offers are still doing one of the toughest jobs to ever court the daily unknowns of the American frontier: Fighting massive illegal immigration that robs American workers and brings drugs, crime, and even terror across the border.
New reports are indicating that ICE officers have detained Roberto and William Isaias, two liberal megadonors who came into the United States illegally from Ecuador and have been reported to have donated nearly $100,000 to the Barack Obama campaign, and other campaigns.
As reported by CuencaHighLife:
“Two millionaire fugitives from Ecuador, whose family poured hundreds of thousands of dollars into American political campaigns as they fought to stay in the United States, were arrested this week in Miami by immigration authorities, officials said Friday.
Roberto and William Isaías, 74 and 75, were taken on Wednesday to a detention facility where undocumented immigrants are held pending deportation, according to the federal Immigration and Customs Enforcement agency.
It was not immediately clear what prompted the authorities to make the arrests, but ICE’s statement said the brothers were “unlawfully present” in the United States.
The Isaías brothers, bankers vilified in Ecuador for increasing their wealth in the late 1990s just as their bank collapsed — wiping out tens of thousands of customers’ savings — were convicted of embezzlement by a court there in 2012. They were sentenced to prison terms in absentia, having arrived in South Florida almost a decade earlier.
The brothers have vehemently denied accusations that they looted their bank, and said that the Ecuadorian government had politicized the case and unfairly seized their assets. They are still battling in the courts to recover their properties at home.
Ecuador has estimated that the brothers cost the country $400 million, and has for years sought their extradition. At one point, even the American ambassador in Ecuador lobbied for their prompt return, accusing the men of financing a $2 million bribe to get Ecuador’s attorney general to drop the case.
As their criminal case heated up in Ecuador, the cash started flowing in the United States. The Isaías brothers’ relatives donated tens of thousands dollars to members of the United States Congress, and $90,000 to help re-elect President Barack Obama.”