‘Morally right’ amnesty? Obama DREAMer allowed to stay in US charged with 4 counts of murder

More and more, the decidedly liberal bias in today’s media is found in what is not being reported.

A DREAMer allowed to stay in the United States under President Obama’s executive action known as Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals has been charged in the murders of four people, Fox News reported Thursday.

The illegal immigrant, Emmanuel Jesus Rangel-Hernandez, was a known gang member when he was allowed to remain in the country in August 2013, according to U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services Director Leon Rodriguez.

(DACA was patterned after the failed DREAM Act, an effort to grant amnesty to illegal immigrant minors, and open border advocates quickly assigned the romantic term “DREAMer” to those who applied under Obama’s executive order.)

Rangel-Hernandez is charged with first-degree murder in connection with the deaths of four people in North Carolina, including former “America’s Next Top Model” contestant Mirjana Puhar, according to Fox News.

He was already in deportation proceedings when he applied to stay in the U.S., and had been arrested in 2012 for marijuana possession.

When asked by Fox News to comment on Rangel-Hernandez, White House spokeswoman Jen Psaki declined, and did not want to talk about whether criminal illegal immigrants are being allowed to stay in the U.S.

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According to the Washington Times, the Obama administration released back into communities 36,007 illegal immigrants with criminal records in fiscal year 2013, followed by another 30,558 released in fiscal year 2014. These numbers include 193 homicide convictions and 426 sexual assault convictions.

There’s no telling how many American citizens have fallen prey to these criminals, nor does the media have much of an appetite for finding out.

“Let me tell you what DACA is about,” Psaki told Fox News. “It’s not about not only giving a path [to citizenship] to individuals who are in the United States.

“It’s morally right. … I can’t go into detail on every specific case. This is something that there are a number of steps in place that we take to look at who benefits from it.”

The family members of the four dead in North Carolina may beg to differ on just how “morally right” it is.

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