The whole idea of sanctuary cities and sanctuary states is one of those things that if you explained it to a five year old they would look at you like they were nuts.
Seriously. Go up to the first five or six year old kid that you know and explain to them that there are places where people that would get in trouble any other place are not only not punished but rewarded and kept safe from people who would want to punish them. Those kids would think you hit your head.
DEMOCRAT GOVERNOR Andrew Cuomo just pardoned 18 illegals who were facing immigration enforcement actions because of prior criminal charges. He says his pardon was based on their rehabilitation efforts. Cuomo blasted what he called President Trump’s “hard-line” immigration efforts. Is following the rule of law a “hard line”?
IN SEPTEMBER OF LAST YEAR CUOMO SIGNED AN EXECUTIVE ORDER IGNORING IMMIGRATION LAW?
Yesterday New York Governor Andrew Cuomo signed an executive order barring law enforcement officials from inquiring about the citizenship status of suspects during investigations.
It would also apply to other state agencies outside of law enforcement in most cases. In other words, rather than just refusing to cooperate with ICE when they seek to deport illegal aliens, Cuomo is raising the bar and basically pretending that we don’t even have any immigration laws.
IS THIS ABOUT VOTES, VOTES, VOTES? YOU BET IT IS!
“While the federal government continues to target immigrants and threatens to tear families apart with deportation, these actions take a critical step toward a more just, more fair and more compassionate New York,” Cuomo said in a statement.
WE SAY THAT TRUMP SHOULD CUT OFF INFRASTRUCTURE FUNDS!
IGNORING CRIMINAL HISTORIES: Among those pardoned Wednesday was Lorena Borjas, 57, who had been convicted of criminal facilitation in 1994 as a result of being a victim of human trafficking. Borjas, a transgender woman from Mexico, has worked as an advocate for the transgender and immigrant communities since her conviction, the governor’s office said.
Freddy Perez, 53, was convicted of criminal sale of a controlled substance in 1993. Perez, an immigrant from the Dominican Republic, said he hopes to become a U.S. citizen, according to the governor’s office.