An Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) facility in Tacoma, Washington got some much-needed support recently.
More than a hundred people gathered outside to show their appreciation for ICE agents after the director reported they had received threats for doing their job.
“It opened a lot of eyes to see literal blood being spilled.” @michellemalkin speaks at the “#StandWithICE” rally outside the Tacoma ICE facility that was firebombed by an armed antifa militant in July. The 500-gallon propane tank suspect tried to ignite has since been removed. pic.twitter.com/YBXuRI7qUU
— Andy Ngo (@MrAndyNgo) September 28, 2019
This show of support comes a few months after an incident in July when Antifa protesters caused a disturbance at the facility. A man with a firebomb attempted to ignite a 500-gallon propane tank.
Since then, the Tacoma Northwest Detention Center has been working hard to improve community relations. At the beginning of September, they even opened their doors to the media to foster truth and counteract lies and fake news.
Although some counter-protesters did show up, most people were there to express their support of ICE, President Trump and conservative immigration initiatives.
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