People Raise Thousands Of Dollars For Man Who Said No To ICE

"I'm humbled," said Jordon Dyrdahl-Roberts, who quit his job rather than help deport undocumented immigrants.

WASHINGTON ― Jordon Dyrdahl-Roberts made headlines last Wednesday when he tweeted that he’d quit his government job rather than process paperwork that could lead to the arrest and deportation of undocumented immigrants.Now he’s broke and out of work. But his stand against President Donald Trump’s treatment of immigrant families has inspired hundreds of people to reach out and say thanks ― and t...