Jurisdictions which ‘willfully refuse to comply’ with immigration laws will not be eligible for federal funds
In remarks delivered Monday, Sessions encouraged local and state jurisdictions to comply with immigration laws, and indicated communities which defy federal detention and deportation procedures would likely lose grants totaling upwards of $4.1 billion.
“The charges and convictions against these aliens include drug trafficking, hit and run, rape, sex offenses against a child and even murder,” Sessions stated.
“Such policies cannot continue. They make our nation less safe by putting dangerous criminals back on our streets.”Sessions went on to describe two instances in which sanctuary policies led to the murders of innocent US citizens.
We all remember the tragic case of Kate Steinle, the 32-year-old woman who was shot and…
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