Over the weekend, MILO got an exclusive tour by ICE officers outside San Diego of the wall prototypes readied for inspection by President Trump. The officers helped us further understand the urgency to begin construction and to secure our homeland. We’ve documented MILO’s journey in the slideshow below.


Every crime committed in the United States by an illegal alien is a crime that did not need to happen on US soil.
Illegal-immigrant crime data, regardless of source, likely understate crimes committed by illegal aliens, because illegal-immigrant victims are less likely to report crime, and even if crimes are reported, illegal immigrants are less likely to appear as witnesses leading to conviction.
In Arizona, California, and New York, illegal aliens are convicted of homicide at dramatically higher rates than are native-born citizens and legal residents.
Illegal immigrants in Arizona aged 18-35 are 250 per cent more likely to commit crimes than young U.S. citizens.
One survey found that 55,322 aliens in federal or state prisons and local jails who “entered the country illegally” were arrested 459,614 times, an average of 8.3 arrests per illegal alien. They committed almost 700,000 criminal offenses, an average of roughly 12.7 offenses per illegal alien.
Long- suppressed data, finally revealed by the Trump administration, shows that non-citizens were responsible for 22 percent of all murder, 18 percent of fraud, 33 percent of money laundering, 29 percent of drug trafficking, and 72 percent of all drug possession convictions.
Illegal immigration crushes the dreams of black Americans by driving down wages for the poorest workers.
Jeff Sessions: “We know based on sentencing data that non-citizens commit a substantially disproportionate number of drug-related offenses, which contributes to our national drug abuse crisis.”
Under Obama, government agencies that crunch crime numbers were unable — or unwilling — to pinpoint for the public how many illegal immigrants are arrested within U.S. borders each year.
Trump’s Department of Justice revealed that more than one-in-five of all persons in Bureau of Prisons custody were foreign born, and 94 percent of confirmed aliens in custody were unlawfully present.
Criminal aliens, legal and illegal, make up 27 percent of all federal prisoners, despite the fact that non-citizens are only about nine percent of the nation’s adult population.
A total of 58,766 known or suspected aliens were in in DOJ custody at the end of 2017. Of this total, 37,557 people had been confirmed by ICE to be aliens, while 21,209 foreign-born people were still under investigation by ICE to determine alienage and/or removability.
The criminal histories of 251,000 criminal aliens showed that they had committed close to three million criminal offenses. Sixty-eight percent of those in federal prison and 66 percent of those in state prisons were from Mexico. Their offenses ranged from homicide and kidnapping to drugs, rape, burglary, and larceny.
If there were a way to include all crimes committed by criminal aliens, the numbers would likely be higher since prosecutors often drop criminal charges against an illegal alien if immigration authorities will deport that alien.
Among the 37,557 confirmed aliens in custody in 2017, 35,334 people (94 percent) were unlawfully present.
As of 2017, the Federation for American Immigration Reform estimates the number of illegal aliens in the US to be approximately 12.5 million.
Legal immigrants tend to be law-abiding, but illegal immigrants commit crimes at extremely high rates. Undocumented immigrants in Arizona between 1985 and 2017 had the highest incarceration rate compared with legal immigrants and U.S. citizens.
64 percent of DACA applicants are past high-school age.
Sarah Root, 21, from Omaha, Nebraska was killed on January 31, 2016. Her SUV was rear-ended by Eswin Mejia, an illegal alien from Honduras, who was street racing. Sarah had just graduated from Bellevue University with a 4.0 GPA the day before she passed away. Omaha is in Douglas County, Nebraska which has sanctuary policies that impede local law enforcement’s ability to cooperate with ICE officers.
Igor Zubko, an illegal alien from Russia, killed Shayley Estes on July 24, 2015 in Phoenix, Arizona.
Roberto Galo, an unlicensed driver from Honduras who entered the U.S. illegally but earned temporary protective status (TPS), killed Drew Rosenberg, a second-year law student, on November 16, 2010 in San Francisco, California. Rosenberg was riding his motorcycle when Galo ran over him three times with his car. Galo was convicted of vehicular manslaughter and sentenced to 6 months in jail. USCIS refused to deport him and he was released after serving only 43 days.
Apolinar Altamirano, an illegal alien from Mexico, murdered Grant Ronnebeck on January 22, 2015 in Mesa, Arizona. Ronnebeck was shot over a pack of cigarettes while he was working his shift at a convenience store. Altamirano was out on bond from a previous conviction while ICE determined whether he should be deported when he killed Ronnebeck.
Tessa Tranchant, 16, was killed on March 30, 2007 in Virginia Beach, Virginia. Tessa and her friend, Ali Kunhardt, were sitting at a stoplight when Alfredo Ramos, an illegal alien from Mexico who was intoxicated and speeding, rear-ended their car. Ramos had a history of prior convictions, but due to Virginia Beach’s sanctuary policies, he was never detained.
On April 27, 2002, Ronald da Silva was standing with a friend in his driveway when he was shot and killed by an illegal alien who had been previously deported. The illegal alien was sentenced to 21 years in prison but will be released in 2020.
Since 9/11, the United States has accepted 3 million migrants from countries where radical terror organizations operate.
During the Obama administration, Latin American children arrived on the US border, accompanied by significant increases in tuberculosis, dengue fever and swine flu infections.  Unaccompanied alien children also appear to have been the source of the deadly outbreak of the EV-D68 enterovirus that spread throughout the American West in 2014.
In 2016 the estimated cost of incarcerating criminal aliens at the federal level was estimated at $1.5 to $1.6 billion per year.

The annual cost to U.S. taxpayers of resettling the hundreds of thousands of refugees it receives is $1.8 billion. Over five years, that financial burden skyrockets to $8.8 billion.

In Arizona, the murder and manslaughter rate for illegal immigrants is 2.7 times higher than the average for U.S. citizens. While undocumented immigrants from 15 to 35 years of age make up a little over 2 percent of the Arizona population, they make up almost 8 percent of the prison population.
45 percent of Americans say immigrants make the crime situation worse.
Non-citizens accounted for 20 percent of total federal prison sentences in 2016, excluding immigration offenses.
States generally do not track how many of their prisoners are undocumented immigrants.
In California, there were 28,030 inmates incarcerated for homicide and related offenses (first degree murder, second degree murder, manslaughter, and vehicular manslaughter) in December 2009. Using GAO’s 2008 estimate, there were approximately 2,430 illegal aliens imprisoned in California for homicide and related offenses.
Florida incarcerated 12,684 inmates for murder and manslaughter offenses in 2008–2009. Approximately 480 were illegal aliens.
At the beginning of 2010, there were 10,254 prisoners incarcerated in New York for murder and manslaughter offenses (murder, first-degree manslaughter, second-degree manslaughter, other homicide). Approximately 1,350 were illegal aliens.
In Texas in 2008–2009, 16,178 people were incarcerated for homicide. Approximately 900 of them were illegal aliens.
Since the election of President Donald Trump, the illegal alien lobby has been pressuring a growing number of jurisdictions to use taxpayer money to provide free legal representation to illegal aliens.
MILO wears custom engraved handcuffs, ICE cap and POLICE ICE windbreaker, both gifted by local law enforcement, Balmain green suede boots, $1,100, leather trousers by Robin’s, $450, gold-tint black jeans by True Religion, $170, leopard fake fur coat, model’s own, leopard slippers by Dolce & Gabbana, $850, cheetah print muscle tank by Alexander McQueen, $250, patterned floral shorts by Dolce & Gabbana, $850, floral print pants by G-Star, $200, suede Chelsea boots by Allsaints, $160, t-shirt by Louis Vuitton X Fragment, $450, emerald eel loafers by Gucci, $690, embroidered bomber by Allsaints, $180, sombrero from Party City, $22, sunglasses by Giorgio Armani, $220 and Versace, $270, diamond studs by Tiffany, $32,000, various pearls, diamonds and other jewelry, model’s own. ICE yarmulke created by MILO, Inc. Hair by Shear Envy in Chula Vista. Guest appearances by Ariana Rowlands, state chair of the California College Republicans. MILO appears as himself and Jewish ICE agent Noah Fence. Data provided by the Department of Justice, the Federation for American Immigration Reform, the United States Commission on Civil Rights and various local surveys and crime data sets quoted by law enforcement officers and elected officials. With thanks to the brave men and women of Border Patrol and ICE.


Milo Yiannopoulos is an award-winning journalist, New York Times bestselling author, and host of THE MILO SHOW

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