ICE director plans more neighborhood arrests after California’s ‘sanctuary state’ bill

 
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Editor’s note: Well, cities and state were warned.
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3 Responses to ICE director plans more neighborhood arrests after California’s ‘sanctuary state’ bill

  1. Anonymous October 7, 2017 at 6:55 am

    Good. If Brown decides to refuse helping ICE, nothing stops ICE from coming in and doing the job themselves. He cant keep Federal government out of the State.

    So, instead of Brown protecting the illegal immigrants, he has opened a can of worms. Fed gov only wanted illegal immigrants commiting crime. Now, ICE is going to come in deal with all immigrants here illegally.

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    • William Hicks October 7, 2017 at 10:33 am

      The federal government only wanted the illegal aliens committing additional crimes, other than the crime of entering The United States illegally.

      It surely is a can of worms Jerry has opened. But, like most democrats, he is quite talented at deflecting responsibility from his own foolish decision and casting them on the federal government; with particular emphasis on republicans.

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  2. William Hicks October 6, 2017 at 4:19 pm

    Well, how will Brown explain to those who’s crime is entering the United States illegally, that they are being scooped up with those illegally entering the United States and committing additional crimes?

    This all might have been a mute issue IF Brown had had the common sense to not protect illegal alien’s that have further committed additional crimes, from Federal agents.

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