February 11, 2020

DOJ Going After Sanctuary Cities

Timothy Birdnow

The DOJ is finally going after sanctuary cities.

From the Washington Times:

The Justice Departmentunleashed a legal assault on sanctuary jurisdictions across the country Monday, filing a new round of civil lawsuits asking judges to overturn the policies, and warning state and city officials they could soon face their own criminal charges for harboring illegal immigrants.

Lawsuits were filed against California, New Jersey and King County, in Washington, each of which has adopted novel ways of interfering with U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement’s ability to arrest, detain and deport illegal immigrants.

Attorney General William P. Barr also said his department is taking a look at state and local prosecutors who pursue lesser charges against illegal immigrants in order to keep their rap sheets cleaner, keeping them off ICE’s radar.

It's amazing these communities have nullified Federal law for so long and gotten away with it. It's past time they were punished, and severely.

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