Caitlyn Jenner Declares She Is 'Pro-Law Enforcement' and 'Pro-ICE'


Caitlyn Jenner is throwing her support behind law enforcement and U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE).

During an interview with with Fox News’ Sean Hannity, Jenner discussed her position on the nation’s security and police force.

When talking about the issue of criminal justice reform, Jenner explained, “We need to do that, OK. We need to rehabilitate people in prison and bring them back into the community safely.”

She continued, “I am 100% behind our police force. Every place I go, if I see a cop … I’ll put my hand out the window and give them a thumbs up. If I’m there sitting there, I’ll pull up and say, ‘Hey thank you for your service. This citizen appreciates what you do.'”

Claiming she would be “very tough on rioting,” Jenner said she would use “as many forces as I could possibly use to stop the rioting, protect the citizens and the businesses of this community.”

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Jenner called defunding the police a “stupid idea.”

Watch Jenner’s interview below:

She also expressed her support for the wall at the southern border.

When asked if she would continue building the wall at the border, Jenner replied, “I am all for the wall, I would secure the wall. We can’t have a state, we can’t have a country, without a secure wall.”

“I am for securing this state. I am pro-law enforcement. I am pro-border protection … pro-ICE. We need these people and they do a wonderful job,” Jenner said.

Watch Jenner’s Comments below:

The former Olympic decathlete and reality TV star explained there is “no question” the United States is going to send some immigrants back.

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“But I have met some of the greatest immigrants into our country,” Jenner said.

She announced she is launching a bid for governor of California last month, as IJR reported.

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