New ICE Director Candidate Claims To Know If A Minor Will Be A Future MS-13 Gang Member By Looking Into Their Eyes
In the 2002 film “Minority Report,” starring Tom Cruise, the sci-fi plot centers around technology that can analyze whether or not someone is capable of committing a crime. Despite the fact that a person has not committed a crime, they can still be arrested so they don’t harm anyone in the future. There’s a living person that can do that right now, in real life, or so he claims and he is being considered as the new director of Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE).
Mark Morgan is President Donald Trump’s choice to take over as ICE director.
Last summer, the infamous ICE director Thomas Homan announced that he would be retiring. Since then, Trump has yet to find a replacement. He originally wanted acting U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP) Deputy Commissioner Ronald Vitiello for the role but then changed his mind. Trump said he wanted someone “tougher.” Now it looks like he has found his man in Morgan, and the possible contender comes with unique psychic gifts.
Earlier this year, Morgan told Fox News host Tucker Carlson that he could tell if a minor would grow up to be a gang member by merely looking into his eyes.
Morgan, who has previously served as Chief of the United States Border Patrol, said without a doubt that he knew how would be presumed guilty of joining a gang before he actually did.
“I’ve been to detention facilities where I’ve walked up to these individuals that are so-called minors, 17 or under,” Morgan told Carlson on his show. “I’ve looked at them, and I’ve looked at their eyes, Tucker — and I’ve said that is a soon-to-be MS-13 gang member. It’s unequivocal.”
Sounds like the person Trump is looking for, right?
Another reason why Morgan looks to be a logical Trump pick is that he is a frequent guest on the Fox Network. According to the Huffington Post, Morgan has been on the network at least 80 times. This places Morgan as the best pick to get the message out to Trump’s base.
Aside from Trump’s tweet, Morgan hasn’t been officially named as the new director of ICE.
Sanaa Abrar, advocacy director with the pro-migrant United We Dream, told Politico that Morgan would be a terrible choice for ICE director because of his racist views alone.
“The hateful rhetoric, it hits close to home for many of our members,” Abrar told the media outlet. “We have members of our own community who have been racially profiled and detained as a result of this administration’s policies.”
Watch Morgan talk about his special skill determining gang behavior below.
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