One California Sheriff Puts Her Foot Down Over The State’s Dangerous Liberal Stance On Immigration
California’s officials have encouraged some pretty dangerous behavior from their law enforcement officers praising those who buck against Federal law in terms of immigration.
The Liberal’s main goal has been to cut ICE out of the loop when an inmate, who is in the United States illegally, has been released. This forces ICE agents deeper into the community to ‘hunt down’ these criminals and deport them. Causing potentially fatal chases and leading to possible shootouts.
One Orange County Sherrif says she would rather ICE agents know well in advance so she has decided to post the release records to the public. Her goal is to keep the community safer. By following the Federal law rather than the laws of her State and allowing ICE agents to pick up immigrants currently detained in a safe environment, she is doing just that. Take a look.
Officials in California’s Orange County voted Tuesday to join a lawsuit from the Trump administration fighting the state’s “sanctuary city” laws, hours after the county sheriff’s department anounced its own methods of pushing back against the legislation aimed at protecting illegal immigrants.
The Orange County Board of Supervisors voted 3-0 to join the U.S. Justice Department’s lawsuit, which argued three recent California laws deliberately interfered with federal immigration policies.
One of the laws bars police in many cases from turning over suspects to federal immigration agents for deportation.
“This legislation prevents law enforcement from removing criminals from our community and is a threat to public safety,” Supervisor Shawn Nelson said before the vote.
The county moved earlier this week to improve communication with federal immigration agents by publishing the release dates of inmates online. The sheriff’s department used to screen inmates in the county’s jails to help Immigration and Customs Enforcement agents identify those subject to deportation but had to stop after the state law passed.