VIDEO: Rural Americans Shocked As Their Immigrant Friends And Neighbors Are Deported


In a rural county in Washington state, residents are feeling the sting of consequence as their immigrant friends, colleagues, and neighbors are now “missing” as arrests and deportations there have quadrupled since President Trump–the candidate they largely voted for–took office.

Watch the full BBC News story here.

“Shame on me, but I didn’t think of how it would play out with people that I know,” Long Beach Police Chief Flint Wright told the BBC.

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Jano Tantongco is the online editor of Long Island Wins. He's previously worked in community journalism as a staff reporter for The Long Islander and The Queens Courier. He aims to pursue truth through a combination of rational inquiry and intuition. He also enjoys bossa nova, road trips and zen philosophy.