#California is about to explode as new #sanctuarystate law takes effect

Two years ago, as others in California were limiting cooperation with federal immigration agents, the Fresno County Sheriff’s Department welcomed them into its jail.

Sheriff Margaret Mims gave U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement unrestricted access to databases and private rooms to interview inmates. She reorganized release times so agents could easily pick up people who had served their sentences.

The policy sparked outrage among immigrant rights groups, who called it a pipeline from incarceration to immigrant detention, one that they said disproportionately and unfairly affects Latinos.

“We are not anti-immigrant for working with ICE,” Mims said in defense of the approach. “We are anti-criminal activity.”

That belief is held by many of California’s 58 county sheriffs who will be on the front lines of implementing the landmark “sanctuary state” law, which Gov. Jerry Brown signed last month. It takes effect on Jan. 1.

Source: Most California sheriffs fiercely opposed the ‘sanctuary state’ law. Soon they’ll have to implement it

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One thought on “#California is about to explode as new #sanctuarystate law takes effect

  1. As the illegal aliens & illegal alien criminals flood Kaly to be protected, so will Jerry’s welfare cases and cash handouts. The good news may be that the illegals in Wash, Oregun & AZ will leave and go to the Workers paradise.. expect more citizens to be murdered and robbed.. There might even be a repeal effort one day.. But for now, expect mayhem and murder to the the rule of the day for quite a while. Leave while yo can.. Kalyfornia is circling the drain.

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