"Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) workers are facing a rapidly escalating series of threats, including protesters menacing their children and shots being fired at their offices, amid a rising tide of anti-ICE rhetoric from the left fueled by congressional Democrats, media voices and presidential hopefuls." "Last month, a man was killed by Washington state authorities when he threw incendiary devices at both an immigration center and nearby propane tanks. In Colorado, protesters demonstrating outside an ICE facility replaced the American flag with the Mexican flag. Also last month, protesters were arrested after trying to storm an ICE building in Washington, D.C." "Department of Homeland Security Acting Secretary Kevin McAleenan said ....... people need to tone down “dangerous” rhetoric that demonizes ICE officials." https://www.foxnews.com/politics/ice-offices-workers-wave-of-violence-threats When will this stop? ICE is working for us. They are the "good guys", enforcing our laws. How have they become a target in this political insanity? And since when has this type of "protest" become acceptable? As for the people harassing the ICE contractor ---- is all of that even legal? (I know it's wrong, but is it also illegal? Does it cross a line to stalking, or inciting violence?) Extremists on the left want to accuse Trump of inciting violence just by his existence. What about these people? What about Democrat politicians, ginning this up for attention and personal gain? I agree with former ICE Director Thomas Homan when he said "Politicians who condemn attacks on themselves and institutions and policies they support have an obligation to condemn such attacks on their opponents just as vigorously." Thoughts?