H/T Renee H
For fourteen years Nazi war criminal Jakiw Palij has been a man without a country. His American citizenship was stripped in 2004 and he was ordered deported. Except Bush 43 didn’t get it done. Nor did Barack Hussein.
But, guess who did have what it took to finally do the right thing and remove the war criminal from the country. On President Trump’s orders, ICE arrested 95-year-old Palij this morning at his home in New York City and is deporting him to Germany.
Reportedly, the issue keeping Palij in the United States was the fact that no other country would accept him. President Trump and his Ambassador to Germany, Richard Grenell, convinced German authorities that they had a moral obligation to accept Palij and they agreed.
Palij was a guard at the infamous Treblinka “extermination camp” in Poland where 6,000 Jews were executed in one day alone in 1943.
.@ABC EXCLUSIVE: The last Nazi collaborator deported — ABC News was there as ICE agents wheeled 95 year old Jakiw Palij from his New York home: https://t.co/OmHJYmyw5V@tarapalmeri reports. pic.twitter.com/2SDW3tzgvY
— Good Morning America (@GMA) August 21, 2018
BREAKING: White House releases a press statement on ICE deporting a former Nazi SS labor camp guard back to Germany. pic.twitter.com/mU9cHXCAXU
— Ryan Saavedra (@RealSaavedra) August 21, 2018
Don, Jr. chimed in on the “pattern” of his father accomplishing over and over what previous presidents have failed to do.
So even though it was court ordered in 2005 no one had the guts to actually do anything about it till @realDonaldTrump stepped up. This is becoming a pattern.
— Donald Trump Jr. (@DonaldJTrumpJr) August 21, 2018
— Katie Pavlich (@KatiePavlich) August 21, 2018
Actually, it's called justice. Without it, we could very well see Nazis commit genocide again. I know it is hard for you to connect those dots. Liberal weenies not only lack big-picture vision, hell, they can't even see a small picture.
— Thomas Madison (@tmadison200) August 21, 2018