Sunday, February 26, 2017

300 'sanctuary restaurants' join 300 'sanctuary cities'

Via John

In this Wednesday, Jan. 18, 2017 photo, a sanctuary restaurant sign is shown at Russell Street Deli in Detroit. Dozens of restaurants are seeking "sanctuary" status, a designation owners hope will help protect employees in an immigrant-heavy industry and tone down fiery rhetoric sparked by the presidential campaign. (AP Photo/Paul Sancya)

The anti-Trump "sanctuary restaurant" movement to shield illegal immigrants has reached parity with the "sanctuary city" effort in many major cities, according to leaders of the effort.

Led by a legal group for restaurant workers and a "Latinx" advocacy organization, over 300 restaurants have joined the sanctuary effort, equal to the over 300 sanctuary cities that refuse to cooperate with federal officials seeking to detain criminal illegals, the deportation target of both former President Obama and President Trump.

4 comments:

  1. I hope that they publicly advertise.....more places to boycott.

    Bob

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  2. There are some businesses the IRS should investigate. Every illegal they hire, they are committing tax fraud. At both the federal and state level.

    Badger

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    1. That and no welfare for them...problem solved.

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