The Department of Homeland Security’s (DHS) Albany, New York office was vandalized by open borders protesters who demand that all immigration and border enforcement be ended across the United States.

Photos reveal the damage done to the DHS Albany office in the midst of protests last week where open borders activists called for the end of the Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) agency.

ICE is tasked with enforcing immigration law in the interior of the U.S. Any move to abolish ICE, would have resulted in at least 1.6 million illegal aliens being released into the American public over the last five years.

The open borders protesters vandalized the building with sayings like, “No walls, no borders” and “Close every concentration camp,” comparing federal detainment of illegal aliens to Adolf Hitler’s concentration camps during World War II.

The vandalism can be viewed here:


A list from the open borders vandals was taped to the DHS Albany office’s grounds with demands that all borders be opened, that DHS be abolished, a demand that immigration be “decriminalized,” and the phrase “Amnesty. Amnesty. Amnesty.” referring to an amnesty that would legalize the 12 million illegal aliens living across the U.S.

A spokesperson with the United States Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) spokesperson said the DHS office was forced to close because of the protests, forcing the agency to reschedule pending immigration cases.





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