CBP chief: Agents who don’t like Obama amnesty should ‘look for another job’

CBP chief: Agents who don’t like Obama amnesty should ‘look for another job’

[Ed. – Plus, he says, they they’re wrong about what they’re being told to do.  And how do you prove otherwise, if nothing is visible to the public on paper?  That’s the beauty of Obama’s phone.]

Customs and Border Protection Commission R. Gil Kerlikowske told Border Patrol agents who object to President Obama’s amnesty policies that it’s time to “look for another job,” saying Tuesday that agents have to follow the orders of their superiors.

Mr. Kerlikowske was objecting to testimony last month from the Border Patrol labor union chief, who said under Mr. Obama agents have been told to restore the discredited “catch-and-release” policy from a decade ago. …

Mr. Kerlikowske also questioned the veracity of the labor union, the National Border Patrol Council, and its president Brandon Judd, saying the NBPC was “probably not the most knowledgeable organization about what’s actually going on.” …

Shawn Moran, vice president of the NBPC, took “great offense” to the commissioner’s remarks. …

Mr. Kerlikowske even appeared to acknowledge problems with the demoralized workforce.

Just minutes before he told agents to quit, he had told the committee that he’s having trouble filling the number of slots Congress has funded.

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