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Thursday, March 30, 2017

Mayors protest California becoming a Sanctuary State

Democrats Abandon American Citizens

  • Providing quality services for American citizens of all ethnic backgrounds means nothing to Democrats. 
  • Protecting the citizens of other nations who break our laws is all that matters to them.
  • The main reason Democrats exist today is to import as many illegal aliens as possible to drive down wages for the business interests who fund their campaigns.

(ABC 10 News)  -  California is one step closer to becoming a Sanctuary State. Today, eight mayors in San Diego County protested Senate Bill 54 moving forward. Meanwhile, lawmakers continue to work on a second bill to help protect immigrant rights. 
The proposal is to help immigrants in California fight against deportation. The bill would create a legal defense program regardless of the defendant's criminal background. Supporters say it would counter anti-immigrant rhetoric from the Trump administration. 
A separate bill kept immigrant advocates and local mayors divided at a meeting on Wednesday. Mayors from Poway, El Cajon, Coronado, Escondido, La mesa, San Marcos, Santee and Vista say it would put residents at a risk of danger.

If SB54 passes, they say state and local law enforcement would not be able to notify federal agencies of dangerous criminals being released from jail. 
Poway Mayor Steve Vaus says it prevents police officers from doing their jobs. 
"Fundamentally, SB54 would sever the lines of communication between local law enforcement and state and federal agencies. Agencies that are charged with keeping us safe and making sure people follow the law. That's bad news," said Vaus.
"If you take away a street cops' radio and they lose communication, its bad. If you take away their communication with other agencies. That's bad too."
Supporters of the bill say it further feeds into discrimination that tears families apart. 
SB54 needs two-thirds vote to pass. 

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1 comment:

Anonymous said...

no surprise