ISIS couldn’t be more pleased.
Saying they could lose more than $1 billion in federal funding, the city and county of San Francisco sued President Donald Trump on Tuesday over his executive order last week withholding monies from sanctuary cities.
San Francisco’s sanctuary status prohibits law enforcement officers from cooperating with federal immigration officials’ detainer requests, and limiting when local officers can give Immigration and Customs Enforcement advanced notice of a person’s release from custody.
This means Islamics can roam freely in San Francisco and use the city as a base for attacks against Americans around the country.
The city is asking for injunctive relief from the president’s order, saying it violates the 10th Amendment of the Constitution.
San Francisco receives more than $1.2 billion in federal funding annually, mostly through reimbursements, totaling about 13 percent of its budget.
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