A nonprofit organization has recently launched a campaign called “Restore ICE” in response to the left-wing movement that advocates for the abolition of Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE). The campaign aims to bolster support for ICE and promote the importance of immigration enforcement. According to the nonprofit, ICE plays a crucial role in maintaining border security, protecting national interests, and enforcing immigration laws. The organization believes that efforts to abolish ICE would undermine these goals and potentially result in increased illegal immigration and national security risks.
The “Restore ICE” campaign seeks to educate the public about the vital role that ICE plays in immigration enforcement and highlight the potential consequences of eliminating the agency. The nonprofit argues that ICE is responsible for preventing drug smuggling, combating human trafficking, and apprehending dangerous criminals who are in the country illegally. By countering the left-wing abolish movement, the organization aims to ensure that immigration laws are enforced effectively and that the nation's borders remain secure.
To read more about The Launch to Restore ICE please read this article from Fox News. An excerpt of the article has been copied below:
A new nonprofit launching Monday intends to push back against the “Abolish ICE” movement and what it says is the “vilification” of Immigration and Customs Enforcement’s (ICE) mission and its agents in recent years – while pushing for stricter interior immigration enforcement and the end of “sanctuary” cities.
The National Immigration Center for Enforcement – or NICE – intends to advocate for the embattled agency which, after receiving a boost under the Trump administration, has seen its mission narrow significantly under President Biden amid continual attacks from activists who want to scrap the agency altogether.
The Biden Department of Homeland Security sought to slap a moratorium on all deportations but was blocked by a court order. It has since narrowed ICE’s enforcement scope, ordering agents to focus on public safety threats, recent border crossers and national security threats. That move has also been blocked by a court challenge.