Massive ICE Raid in Mississippi Busted Up Child Labor Ring of Illegal Immigrants

Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) made headlines on Tuesday when they arrested 680 illegal immigrants in Mississippi in what was the biggest single-state raid in the history of the United States.

But what didn’t make the headlines was the exploited child labor ring that was busted up during the raid. Jessica Vaughan, Director of Policy Studies at the Center for Immigration Studies, pointed out this fact in a post on Twitter.

Despite the fact that child labor was apparently being exploited at the raid locations, the fake news media and pro-illegal groups used the children of the alleged law-breakers to turn public support against ICE in the aftermath of the raids.

“Government please show some heart,” said 11-year-old Magdalena Gomez Gregoria. “Let my parent be free.”

“I need my dad and mommy,” Gregorio added. “My dad didn’t do anything, he’s not a criminal.”

“We’re now trying to deal with schools because of the children that may be left behind by ICE,” said Bill Chandler, President of the Mississippi Immigrants Rights Alliance.

“When you use the term ‘illegal alien,’ that is no different than using the n-word,” Chandler added.

300 of the 680 detainees have already been released, as ICE spokesperson Bryan Cox noted that they asked all detainees if they had children. ICE also “made cellphones available” to individuals so they could make arrangements for child care, according to a press release from earlier today.

“You are going to have persons released,” he said. “ICE makes custody determination on a case-by-case basis based on the totality of their circumstances.”

Plants for Koch Food Inc. in Bay Springs, Carthage, Canton, Morton, Pelahatchie and Sebastapol were searched as apart of the raid. It is worth noting that Koch Food Inc. is not an entity related to the globalist Koch Brothers, who coincidentally support open borders and illegal immigrants squeezing American workers out of jobs.

It remains to be seen if Koch Food Inc. is held criminally liable for exploiting illegal immigrants, perhaps even underage individuals in certain cases, to boost their profit margins.