Sessions sues California over #SanctuaryState law

Screenshot 2018-03-07 at 08.14.43.pngThe Trump administration, seeking to force a defiant California to cooperate with its agenda of stepped-up immigrant deportations, has gone to court to invalidate three state laws.

The three laws passed by the Legislature last year, blatantly obstruct federal immigration law and as a result violate the Constitution’s supremacy clause.

According to the Los Angeles Times the laws make it a crime for business owners to voluntarily help federal agents find and detain undocumented workers, prohibit local law enforcement from alerting immigration agents when detainees are released from custody, and create a state inspection program for federal immigration detention centers.

California lawmakers are in a panic.



One thought on “Sessions sues California over #SanctuaryState law

  1. Yep, you can see the panic. Passing such asinine laws is easy in Kaly when you have a one-party Soviet-style legislature that is purposely subverting the federal law in the hopes of being trying to become a separate country with loose ties to America… They just want USA Taxpayers money to pay for their descent into madness / Socialism. It is clearly the Federal Governments area of responsibility to manage the borders and remove illegals.. Jerry and Mr Leon are putting up a good face, but behind the scenes, they are not looking so confident. This has implications for the other crackpot demoRat occupied states who look at Kaly to be the leader of the rebellion. They should Thank Da Mayor of Oakland ” Libby” for finally setting the scenario when the Feds say enough !!!..


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