Another Example of How Sanctuary Jurisdictions Obstruct Enforcement
“Last week, ICE officers in California took to the streets for four days to round up 244 criminal aliens who had been at large in six southern California counties. Billed by ICE as a “fugitive operation,” in fact the round-up was a sanctuary mop-up action. If the number of sanctuary jurisdictions continues to grow (there are now more than 310), and Congress does not take action, ICE increasingly will be obliged to do its important work in this manner. And that’s the way the Obama administration wants immigration enforcement to be: inefficient, expensive, and frightening to immigrants. But it doesn’t have to be this way,” says Jessica Vaughn of CIS.
Complaint Filed Over DNC Hiring of Illegal Alien
“Conservative nonprofit Judicial Watch Wednesday demanded a federal investigation into the Democratic National Committee for intentionally hiring an illegal immigrant. The DNC hired illegal immigrant Cindy Nava in June to help craft the committee’s 2016 political message, allegedly in violation of federal law prohibiting foreign nationals from participating “directly or indirectly in the decision-making process” of election-related activities,” the Daily Caller reports.
Iowans Want To Deport Undocumented Immigrants, Back Donald Trump, Poll Finds
“Almost half of Iowa’s expected Republican caucus-goers favor deporting 11 million immigrants from the United States back to their home countries, according to a poll released Wednesday, conducted for Bloomberg Politics and the Des Moines Register. The controversial plan was put forward by presidential candidate Donald Trump, whom 61 percent of potential Republican voters see as a favorable candidate,” IBTimes.com wrote.
Trump, Bush Spar Over English
“As Donald Trump continues to surge in the polls, he’s received increasing attacks from pro-amnesty rivals like Jeb Bush and Sen. Marco Rubio. In a Spanish-language address, Bush declared, ‘El hombre no es conservador,’ which–in English–translates to, ‘The man [i.e. Trump] is not conservative.’ Trump replied by asserting that if Bush wants to be a leader, ‘he should really set the example by speaking English while in the United States,’” Breitbart News says.