Monday, November 21, 2016

Jeff Sessions may prosecute ‘sanctuary cities’ if confirmed as attorney general

Via Billy

If he becomes attorney general, Sen. Jeff Sessions plans to steer immigration policy away from the Obama administration's policies. (Associated Press)

Sen. Jeff Sessions is on record saying so-called “sanctuary cities” that protect illegal immigrants should be prosecuted. He himself may get that chance next year.

Mr. Sessions is president-elect Donald Trump’s pick to be the next attorney general, and if he’s confirmed, he will mark a 180-degree turn from the Obama administration on a host of issues, but nowhere more so than on immigration, where he’s been the Senate’s leading crackdown proponent.

4 comments:

  1. Go one step further. No welfare payments for any illegals, and no free health care. Also no free education.

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    1. Should not have received them in the first place.

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  2. That's fine. But it doesn't matter. There are two ways to deal effectively with sanctuary cities:

    1. Send all the caught illegals there. Cut off federal services that might be used by illegals like school lunch programs, AFDIC, WIC, Section 8, etc. In a few months, those cities will be finding thier own solutions. Virtue only works for libs when they pay for it with other people's money.

    2. Deport the illegals living in those cities anyway. Use federal agents to find and remove them. Then the cities can claim virtue and the illegals still get deported. Win-win.

    But my personal favorite is to set up an amnesty registration web site. Then use that information to go collect up anyone who signs up.

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    1. set up an amnesty registration web site. Then use that information to go collect up anyone who signs up.

      & they already have Obama's list to start with.

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