ICE Denounces California's Sanctuary State Law, Vows to Fight Back
California Governor Jerry Brown knows which side of the bread his butter's on. Everyone else can go kick rocks, apparently.
Thanks to a voting system highly susceptible to fraudulent ballot-stuffing and policies that have allowed over 800,000 illegal immigrants to get drivers' licenses, competition for the upcoming 2018 gubernatorial race seems almost comical at this point.
Data from a Pew Research study shows that illegal immigrants overwhelmingly vote Democrat. Why shouldn't they? After all, it's the party that grants them criminal leniency, increased handouts and for now, safe haven.
On Thursday, Governor Brown signed legislation that declared California a sanctuary state. The policies that would go into effect prohibit local and state law enforcement from assisting or participating in federal efforts to weed out the two-million-and-growing aliens living illegally in the state.
From NBC Los Angeles:
Governor Brown's message is clear: Vote Democrat. More importantly, vote for him or you will be held accountable.
Fortunately, the left has yet to completely remove the rule of law in the United States. Officials from the Immigration and Customs Enforcement agency were less than pleased with Governor Brown's decision. In a statement released by Acting ICE Director Tom Homan, he blasts the legislation, calling the governor "simply wrong" and vowing to fight back:
The Daily Caller explains the concept of collateral arrests:
Governor Brown is waging a war against the innocent people of California, leading through a campaign of fear. Undoubtedly as ICE nets increasingly large swathes of illegal immigrants in an effort to protect California's legal residents, the optics will be used to further an anti-police narrative with one directive in mind: "Vote for me or you're next."
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