An ICE spokesperson in San Francisco, James Schwab, resigned earlier this week after ICE and AG Jeff Sessions criticized statements made by the mayor of Oakland. The mayor warned her city of an imminent ICE raid, and Sessions was not happy about it. But Schwab's disagreement wasn't political, it was ethical. He found the assertion that all undocumented people in the area were presumptively threats to public safety disingenuous. The Trump Administration has a long tradition of calling whole groups of people threats to public safety without any evidence (see: Muslims, refugees, Mexicans, immigrants, journalists, and judges, probably). “I asked them to change the information,” Schwab stated. “I told them that the information was wrong, they asked me to deflect, and I didn’t agree with that." Normally, government employees are fired after being caught lying. In Trump’s America, government employees resign or are fired (#Rexit) when they don't want to mislead the public or actually do tell the truth. At least Schwab quit before being told to watch the President's Twitterfeed for his fate.