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Sanctuary State of California
Governor Jerry Brown has always protected violent criminals.
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“Could California Become a Sanctuary State under Trump?” ran the January 26 headline in the Sacramento Bee. Readers can lose the question mark because governor Jerry Brown has been protecting violent criminals since the 1970s.

In 1973, American Indian Movement co-founder Dennis Banks was convicted of riot and assault for a 1973 courthouse gun battle in South Dakota. Banks had been having an affair with AIM activist Anna Aquash, who in 1976 was found murdered, shot through the back of the head. That year Banks fled to California, and Governor Jerry Brown refused to extradite him.

Banks took full advantage of Brown’s protection by studying at UC Davis, teaching at Stanford, and serving as chancellor of Deganawidah-Quetzalcoatl University (DQU), a ramshackle outfit near Sacramento. Banks fled when Brown left office but it wasn’t until the mid-1980s that the fugitive surrendered to authorities in South Dakota and served 18 months on the 1973 charges.

In 2011, Saul Isidro-Aucencio and Francisco Delgado, Mexican nationals in the United States illegally, gunned down Jamir Miller, 15, Richard Ward, 16, and Robert Corpos, 20, in Rancho Cordova, near Sacramento. Isidro-Aucencio used an AK-47 to shoot Miller in the head and Corpos in the back as he sought cover behind a tree. When Jamir Miller’s mother protested that the shooters were in the country illegally, judge Helene Gweon told her the case has “nothing to do with illegal aliens.” Jerry Brown, California Attorney General from 2007-2011, said nothing about the case.

Brown was California governor again in 2014 when Luis Enriquez Monroy Bracamontes, a Mexican national in the United States illegally after several deportations, gunned down Danny Oliver, 47, a Sacramento County Sheriff’s deputy. Bracamontes then shot Anthony Holmes, a motorist who refused to give up his car, and later the illegal killed police detective Michael Davis with an AR-15 and wounded Jeff Davis, a deputy. Bracamontes is on record that “I killed them cops,” and recently pleaded guilty while threatening to kill his attorneys.

Governor Jerry Brown ignored the case and devoted no attention to the victims’ families. The murders prompted no effort by California’s governor to prevent such violent criminals from entering the state. Likewise, the murders did not prompt Brown to question the practice of cities such as San Francisco from offering sanctuary to violent criminals in the country illegally.

Juan Francisco Lopez-Sanchez, also known as José Inez García Zarate, is a felon who had been deported five times. Lopez-Sanchez had been serving 46 months in a southern California federal prison but was returned to San Francisco to face a 20-year-old marijuana charge. On April 15, 2015, San Francisco Sheriff Ross Mirkarimi duly released Lopez-Sanchez. On July 1, 2015, police arrested Lopez-Sanchez in the shooting death of Kathryn Steinle, 32, on a San Francisco pier.

Governor Brown and state Attorney General Kamala Harris, now a U.S. Senator, both backed up Mirkarimi’s decision to release Lopez-Sanchez. The murder of Kate Steinle prompted neither politician to challenge policies that give sanctuary to violent felons after multiple deportations.

In December, 2015, radical Islamic terrorists Syed Farook and Tashfeen Malik gunned down 14 people in San Bernardino, California. Brown delayed his trip to Paris by only one day, but did not seek “to minimize the significance of this terrorist attack.” He called it part of “a global phenomenon,” adding, “people who are committed to this jihadist doctrine are going to be killing people in very unexpected places.”

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Jerry Brown may be stridently sanctimonious but he doesn’t give a shit about the safety of Californians. That’s why he made California a sanctuary state. That’s why anybody strolling on Pier 14 in San Francisco can be shot dead by a violent felon who is not supposed to be in the country.

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Sanctuary State of California
Governor Jerry Brown has always protected violent criminals.
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“Could California Become a Sanctuary State under Trump?” ran the January 26 headline in the Sacramento Bee. Readers can lose the question mark because governor Jerry Brown has been protecting violent criminals since the 1970s.

In 1973, American Indian Movement co-founder Dennis Banks was convicted of riot and assault for a 1973 courthouse gun battle in South Dakota. Banks had been having an affair with AIM activist Anna Aquash, who in 1976 was found murdered, shot through the back of the head. That year Banks fled to California, and Governor Jerry Brown refused to extradite him.

Banks took full advantage of Brown’s protection by studying at UC Davis, teaching at Stanford, and serving as chancellor of Deganawidah-Quetzalcoatl University (DQU), a ramshackle outfit near Sacramento. Banks fled when Brown left office but it wasn’t until the mid-1980s that the fugitive surrendered to authorities in South Dakota and served 18 months on the 1973 charges.

In 2011, Saul Isidro-Aucencio and Francisco Delgado, Mexican nationals in the United States illegally, gunned down Jamir Miller, 15, Richard Ward, 16, and Robert Corpos, 20, in Rancho Cordova, near Sacramento. Isidro-Aucencio used an AK-47 to shoot Miller in the head and Corpos in the back as he sought cover behind a tree. When Jamir Miller’s mother protested that the shooters were in the country illegally, judge Helene Gweon told her the case has “nothing to do with illegal aliens.” Jerry Brown, California Attorney General from 2007-2011, said nothing about the case.

Brown was California governor again in 2014 when Luis Enriquez Monroy Bracamontes, a Mexican national in the United States illegally after several deportations, gunned down Danny Oliver, 47, a Sacramento County Sheriff’s deputy. Bracamontes then shot Anthony Holmes, a motorist who refused to give up his car, and later the illegal killed police detective Michael Davis with an AR-15 and wounded Jeff Davis, a deputy. Bracamontes is on record that “I killed them cops,” and recently pleaded guilty while threatening to kill his attorneys.

Governor Jerry Brown ignored the case and devoted no attention to the victims’ families. The murders prompted no effort by California’s governor to prevent such violent criminals from entering the state. Likewise, the murders did not prompt Brown to question the practice of cities such as San Francisco from offering sanctuary to violent criminals in the country illegally.

Juan Francisco Lopez-Sanchez, also known as José Inez García Zarate, is a felon who had been deported five times. Lopez-Sanchez had been serving 46 months in a southern California federal prison but was returned to San Francisco to face a 20-year-old marijuana charge. On April 15, 2015, San Francisco Sheriff Ross Mirkarimi duly released Lopez-Sanchez. On July 1, 2015, police arrested Lopez-Sanchez in the shooting death of Kathryn Steinle, 32, on a San Francisco pier.

Governor Brown and state Attorney General Kamala Harris, now a U.S. Senator, both backed up Mirkarimi’s decision to release Lopez-Sanchez. The murder of Kate Steinle prompted neither politician to challenge policies that give sanctuary to violent felons after multiple deportations.

In December, 2015, radical Islamic terrorists Syed Farook and Tashfeen Malik gunned down 14 people in San Bernardino, California. Brown delayed his trip to Paris by only one day, but did not seek “to minimize the significance of this terrorist attack.” He called it part of “a global phenomenon,” adding, “people who are committed to this jihadist doctrine are going to be killing people in very unexpected places.”

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Jerry Brown may be stridently sanctimonious but he doesn’t give a shit about the safety of Californians. That’s why he made California a sanctuary state. That’s why anybody strolling on Pier 14 in San Francisco can be shot dead by a violent felon who is not supposed to be in the country.

Sanctuary State of California

Bring back Governor Moonbeam into the political hot spot. I voted for him in the California democrat presidential primary in 76 but only because he drove an old Plymouth and dated Linda Ronstadt.
 

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Brown has major problems like his state is in default for pension payouts.
 

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I think criminals should be deported back to mexico...Children not so much.
but the childrens illegal parents are all criminals.
Are you suggesting that we break up families?
deport the filthy louse ridden spawn along with the criminal parents.
 
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IRVINGTON FIRST BECOMES ILLEGAL ALIEN CRIMINALS FIRST
March 8, 2017

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Irvington Mayor Brian C. Smith started out as a Republican. Then he reinvented his ticket as the Irvington First party. Now it turns out that Irvington First means illegal aliens first.

Since Irvington has received plenty of Federal funding, they're doing what so many other sanctuary cities are doing, including Los Angeles, by playing word games. But a sanctuary city is what it is.

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While leftists congratulate themselves by making public commitments to violating the law, the acid test for such measures will be what happens when Federal funding is on the line.

President Trump has made it clear that those parts of the country that choose to violate Federal law, especially when it comes to immigration, will face the appropriate action. Obama took steps to penalize those areas which attempted to enforce immigration law. Trump has far better cause for those places like Irvington that choose to defy it. Particularly when it comes to emergency services funding.

Mayor Smith and the trustees that chose to endanger Irvington will discover that budgets speak louder than their word games.

Irvington First Becomes Illegal Alien Criminals First
 
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SESSIONS: SHIELD ILLEGALS, LOSE $4 BILLION
President Trump is following through with his promise to restore law and order in seditious sanctuary cities.
March 28, 2017

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Sessions is hoping that with more than $4.1 billion in Department of Justice grants at stake in the current fiscal year, sanctuary jurisdictions won’t be able to afford to continue flaunting federal immigration law. The government is also willing to “claw back” monies already granted.

“The American people are justifiably angry” about sanctuary cities, said Sessions who showed up at the White House for press secretary Sean Spicer’s daily press briefing.

Federal laws “require us to promptly remove aliens when they are convicted of certain crimes,” he said. One recent poll indicated “80 percent of Americans believe that cities that arrest illegal immigrants for crimes should be required to turn them over to immigration authorities.”

The attorney general continued:

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The remarks by Sessions came after ICE published its first “Weekly Declined Detainer Outcome Report,” that lists more than 100 cities and counties that “have a policy of non-cooperation” with ICE.

"When criminal aliens are released from local or state custody, they have the opportunity to reoffend," ICE said in a statement. "It is much safer for everyone – the community, law enforcement, and even the criminal alien – if ICE officers take custody of the alien in the controlled environment of another law enforcement agency as opposed to visiting a reported alien’s residence, place of work, or other public area."

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SANCTUARY CITIES CHOOSE CRIMINALS OVER CITIZENS
City governments vow to protect even violent predators in defiance of Trump administration.
March 29, 2017

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Attorney General Jeff Sessions warned on Monday that sanctuary jurisdictions risked losing federal grants if they persisted in obstructing the enforcement of federal immigration laws. Billions of dollars in federal law enforcement funding are at stake. “I urge the nation’s states and cities to carefully consider the harm they are doing to their citizens by refusing to enforce our immigration laws,” Attorney General Sessions said. "Countless Americans would be alive today and countless loved ones would not be grieving today if these policies of sanctuary cities were ended."

Instead of heeding the Attorney General’s sound advice and taking care of their own citizens, city officials around the country are planning to sabotage federal law enforcement of the nation’s immigration laws.

“We are going to become this administration's worst nightmare,” said New York City Council Speaker Melissa Mark-Viverito. On the same day that Attorney General Sessions issued his warning, she hosted a meeting with like-minded officials from other sanctuary cities, including San Francisco, Seattle, Denver, Chicago, and Philadelphia, who prioritize the welfare of illegal immigrants over their own citizens. Ms. Mark-Viverito and her comrades threatened to block access by federal immigration authorities to city property and to city records that could help with the enforcement of the nation's immigration laws. They are acting in the spirit of Alabama’s late Governor George Wallace, who stood in the schoolhouse door to defy federal enforcement of desegregation.

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Harboring or shielding from detection any alien who “remains in the United States in violation of law” is itself a violation of federal law. It also has real life consequences for the victims of the crimes committed by illegal aliens who are being shielded in sanctuary jurisdictions. Local and state officials who willfully help illegal immigrants evade detention for possible deportation should be prosecuted to the fullest extent of the law.

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SANCTUARY CITIES: WHERE HYPOCRISY RULES
NYC’s Mayor Bill DeBlasio blocks the deportation of criminal aliens by ICE.
March 31, 2017

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I addressed these issues in my article “The 9/11 Commission Report and Immigration: An Assessment, Fourteen Years after the Attacks.”

Immigration Law Enforcement Is Not About Xenophobia But Commonsense:

To be clear, our immigration laws have nothing to do with race, religion or ethnicity but everything to do with preventing he entry of aliens who suffer dangerous communicable diseases or mental illness as well as aliens who are criminals, spies, human rights violators, fugitives from justice, war criminals and terrorists.

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One progressive organization, Credo Action, posted this petition with the bogus premise: Senate Democrats: Block Trump’s attacks on immigrants.

The push for the deportation of illegal aliens must not be confused with the bogus narrative of the politicians who say that they will prevent President Trump from deporting immigrants. The administration is not attempting to deport immigrants but is attempting to deport illegal aliens, especially when they have committed serious crimes and pose a threat to public safety the same way that criminals living in public housing pose a threat to public safety.

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In “Sanctuary Cities” public safety, law, reason, commonsense and morality are mere speed bumps to be overcome to create immigration anarchy.

Sanctuary Cities: Where Hypocrisy Rules
 
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Sanctuary State of California
Governor Jerry Brown has always protected violent criminals.
February 3, 2017
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“Could California Become a Sanctuary State under Trump?” ran the January 26 headline in the Sacramento Bee. Readers can lose the question mark because governor Jerry Brown has been protecting violent criminals since the 1970s.

In 1973, American Indian Movement co-founder Dennis Banks was convicted of riot and assault for a 1973 courthouse gun battle in South Dakota. Banks had been having an affair with AIM activist Anna Aquash, who in 1976 was found murdered, shot through the back of the head. That year Banks fled to California, and Governor Jerry Brown refused to extradite him.

Banks took full advantage of Brown’s protection by studying at UC Davis, teaching at Stanford, and serving as chancellor of Deganawidah-Quetzalcoatl University (DQU), a ramshackle outfit near Sacramento. Banks fled when Brown left office but it wasn’t until the mid-1980s that the fugitive surrendered to authorities in South Dakota and served 18 months on the 1973 charges.

In 2011, Saul Isidro-Aucencio and Francisco Delgado, Mexican nationals in the United States illegally, gunned down Jamir Miller, 15, Richard Ward, 16, and Robert Corpos, 20, in Rancho Cordova, near Sacramento. Isidro-Aucencio used an AK-47 to shoot Miller in the head and Corpos in the back as he sought cover behind a tree. When Jamir Miller’s mother protested that the shooters were in the country illegally, judge Helene Gweon told her the case has “nothing to do with illegal aliens.” Jerry Brown, California Attorney General from 2007-2011, said nothing about the case.

Brown was California governor again in 2014 when Luis Enriquez Monroy Bracamontes, a Mexican national in the United States illegally after several deportations, gunned down Danny Oliver, 47, a Sacramento County Sheriff’s deputy. Bracamontes then shot Anthony Holmes, a motorist who refused to give up his car, and later the illegal killed police detective Michael Davis with an AR-15 and wounded Jeff Davis, a deputy. Bracamontes is on record that “I killed them cops,” and recently pleaded guilty while threatening to kill his attorneys.

Governor Jerry Brown ignored the case and devoted no attention to the victims’ families. The murders prompted no effort by California’s governor to prevent such violent criminals from entering the state. Likewise, the murders did not prompt Brown to question the practice of cities such as San Francisco from offering sanctuary to violent criminals in the country illegally.

Juan Francisco Lopez-Sanchez, also known as José Inez García Zarate, is a felon who had been deported five times. Lopez-Sanchez had been serving 46 months in a southern California federal prison but was returned to San Francisco to face a 20-year-old marijuana charge. On April 15, 2015, San Francisco Sheriff Ross Mirkarimi duly released Lopez-Sanchez. On July 1, 2015, police arrested Lopez-Sanchez in the shooting death of Kathryn Steinle, 32, on a San Francisco pier.

Governor Brown and state Attorney General Kamala Harris, now a U.S. Senator, both backed up Mirkarimi’s decision to release Lopez-Sanchez. The murder of Kate Steinle prompted neither politician to challenge policies that give sanctuary to violent felons after multiple deportations.

In December, 2015, radical Islamic terrorists Syed Farook and Tashfeen Malik gunned down 14 people in San Bernardino, California. Brown delayed his trip to Paris by only one day, but did not seek “to minimize the significance of this terrorist attack.” He called it part of “a global phenomenon,” adding, “people who are committed to this jihadist doctrine are going to be killing people in very unexpected places.”

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Jerry Brown may be stridently sanctimonious but he doesn’t give a shit about the safety of Californians. That’s why he made California a sanctuary state. That’s why anybody strolling on Pier 14 in San Francisco can be shot dead by a violent felon who is not supposed to be in the country.

Sanctuary State of California
10USC246 is federal law. Sanctuary cities are the safest place, for gun lovers.
 
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Sanctuary State of California
Governor Jerry Brown has always protected violent criminals.
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“Could California Become a Sanctuary State under Trump?” ran the January 26 headline in the Sacramento Bee. Readers can lose the question mark because governor Jerry Brown has been protecting violent criminals since the 1970s.

In 1973, American Indian Movement co-founder Dennis Banks was convicted of riot and assault for a 1973 courthouse gun battle in South Dakota. Banks had been having an affair with AIM activist Anna Aquash, who in 1976 was found murdered, shot through the back of the head. That year Banks fled to California, and Governor Jerry Brown refused to extradite him.

Banks took full advantage of Brown’s protection by studying at UC Davis, teaching at Stanford, and serving as chancellor of Deganawidah-Quetzalcoatl University (DQU), a ramshackle outfit near Sacramento. Banks fled when Brown left office but it wasn’t until the mid-1980s that the fugitive surrendered to authorities in South Dakota and served 18 months on the 1973 charges.

In 2011, Saul Isidro-Aucencio and Francisco Delgado, Mexican nationals in the United States illegally, gunned down Jamir Miller, 15, Richard Ward, 16, and Robert Corpos, 20, in Rancho Cordova, near Sacramento. Isidro-Aucencio used an AK-47 to shoot Miller in the head and Corpos in the back as he sought cover behind a tree. When Jamir Miller’s mother protested that the shooters were in the country illegally, judge Helene Gweon told her the case has “nothing to do with illegal aliens.” Jerry Brown, California Attorney General from 2007-2011, said nothing about the case.

Brown was California governor again in 2014 when Luis Enriquez Monroy Bracamontes, a Mexican national in the United States illegally after several deportations, gunned down Danny Oliver, 47, a Sacramento County Sheriff’s deputy. Bracamontes then shot Anthony Holmes, a motorist who refused to give up his car, and later the illegal killed police detective Michael Davis with an AR-15 and wounded Jeff Davis, a deputy. Bracamontes is on record that “I killed them cops,” and recently pleaded guilty while threatening to kill his attorneys.

Governor Jerry Brown ignored the case and devoted no attention to the victims’ families. The murders prompted no effort by California’s governor to prevent such violent criminals from entering the state. Likewise, the murders did not prompt Brown to question the practice of cities such as San Francisco from offering sanctuary to violent criminals in the country illegally.

Juan Francisco Lopez-Sanchez, also known as José Inez García Zarate, is a felon who had been deported five times. Lopez-Sanchez had been serving 46 months in a southern California federal prison but was returned to San Francisco to face a 20-year-old marijuana charge. On April 15, 2015, San Francisco Sheriff Ross Mirkarimi duly released Lopez-Sanchez. On July 1, 2015, police arrested Lopez-Sanchez in the shooting death of Kathryn Steinle, 32, on a San Francisco pier.

Governor Brown and state Attorney General Kamala Harris, now a U.S. Senator, both backed up Mirkarimi’s decision to release Lopez-Sanchez. The murder of Kate Steinle prompted neither politician to challenge policies that give sanctuary to violent felons after multiple deportations.

In December, 2015, radical Islamic terrorists Syed Farook and Tashfeen Malik gunned down 14 people in San Bernardino, California. Brown delayed his trip to Paris by only one day, but did not seek “to minimize the significance of this terrorist attack.” He called it part of “a global phenomenon,” adding, “people who are committed to this jihadist doctrine are going to be killing people in very unexpected places.”

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Jerry Brown may be stridently sanctimonious but he doesn’t give a shit about the safety of Californians. That’s why he made California a sanctuary state. That’s why anybody strolling on Pier 14 in San Francisco can be shot dead by a violent felon who is not supposed to be in the country.

Sanctuary State of California
10USC311 is federal law. Sanctuary cities are the safest place, for gun lovers.
 
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“Could California Become a Sanctuary State under Trump?” ran the January 26 headline in the Sacramento Bee. Readers can lose the question mark because governor Jerry Brown has been protecting violent criminals since the 1970s.

In 1973, American Indian Movement co-founder Dennis Banks was convicted of riot and assault for a 1973 courthouse gun battle in South Dakota. Banks had been having an affair with AIM activist Anna Aquash, who in 1976 was found murdered, shot through the back of the head. That year Banks fled to California, and Governor Jerry Brown refused to extradite him.

Banks took full advantage of Brown’s protection by studying at UC Davis, teaching at Stanford, and serving as chancellor of Deganawidah-Quetzalcoatl University (DQU), a ramshackle outfit near Sacramento. Banks fled when Brown left office but it wasn’t until the mid-1980s that the fugitive surrendered to authorities in South Dakota and served 18 months on the 1973 charges.

In 2011, Saul Isidro-Aucencio and Francisco Delgado, Mexican nationals in the United States illegally, gunned down Jamir Miller, 15, Richard Ward, 16, and Robert Corpos, 20, in Rancho Cordova, near Sacramento. Isidro-Aucencio used an AK-47 to shoot Miller in the head and Corpos in the back as he sought cover behind a tree. When Jamir Miller’s mother protested that the shooters were in the country illegally, judge Helene Gweon told her the case has “nothing to do with illegal aliens.” Jerry Brown, California Attorney General from 2007-2011, said nothing about the case.

Brown was California governor again in 2014 when Luis Enriquez Monroy Bracamontes, a Mexican national in the United States illegally after several deportations, gunned down Danny Oliver, 47, a Sacramento County Sheriff’s deputy. Bracamontes then shot Anthony Holmes, a motorist who refused to give up his car, and later the illegal killed police detective Michael Davis with an AR-15 and wounded Jeff Davis, a deputy. Bracamontes is on record that “I killed them cops,” and recently pleaded guilty while threatening to kill his attorneys.

Governor Jerry Brown ignored the case and devoted no attention to the victims’ families. The murders prompted no effort by California’s governor to prevent such violent criminals from entering the state. Likewise, the murders did not prompt Brown to question the practice of cities such as San Francisco from offering sanctuary to violent criminals in the country illegally.

Juan Francisco Lopez-Sanchez, also known as José Inez García Zarate, is a felon who had been deported five times. Lopez-Sanchez had been serving 46 months in a southern California federal prison but was returned to San Francisco to face a 20-year-old marijuana charge. On April 15, 2015, San Francisco Sheriff Ross Mirkarimi duly released Lopez-Sanchez. On July 1, 2015, police arrested Lopez-Sanchez in the shooting death of Kathryn Steinle, 32, on a San Francisco pier.

Governor Brown and state Attorney General Kamala Harris, now a U.S. Senator, both backed up Mirkarimi’s decision to release Lopez-Sanchez. The murder of Kate Steinle prompted neither politician to challenge policies that give sanctuary to violent felons after multiple deportations.

In December, 2015, radical Islamic terrorists Syed Farook and Tashfeen Malik gunned down 14 people in San Bernardino, California. Brown delayed his trip to Paris by only one day, but did not seek “to minimize the significance of this terrorist attack.” He called it part of “a global phenomenon,” adding, “people who are committed to this jihadist doctrine are going to be killing people in very unexpected places.”

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Jerry Brown may be stridently sanctimonious but he doesn’t give a shit about the safety of Californians. That’s why he made California a sanctuary state. That’s why anybody strolling on Pier 14 in San Francisco can be shot dead by a violent felon who is not supposed to be in the country.

Sanctuary State of California
10USC311 is federal law. Sanctuary cities are the safest place, for gun lovers.
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Dem Rep Claims Anti-Sanctuary City Laws will Cause Terror Attacks
Whatever you say!
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Democratic New York Congressman Adriano Espaillat claims bills like Kate’s Law and the No Sanctuary for Criminals Act passed by the House on Thursday are setting the stage for future terrorist attacks on American soil.

At a press conference with fellow Congressional Hispanic Caucus members on Capitol Hill, Espaillat, the first formerly undocumented immigrant to ever serve in Congress, said anti-sanctuary city laws will have a “chilling effect” in cities across the U.S.:

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Governor Jerry Brown has always protected violent criminals.
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“Could California Become a Sanctuary State under Trump?” ran the January 26 headline in the Sacramento Bee. Readers can lose the question mark because governor Jerry Brown has been protecting violent criminals since the 1970s.

In 1973, American Indian Movement co-founder Dennis Banks was convicted of riot and assault for a 1973 courthouse gun battle in South Dakota. Banks had been having an affair with AIM activist Anna Aquash, who in 1976 was found murdered, shot through the back of the head. That year Banks fled to California, and Governor Jerry Brown refused to extradite him.

Banks took full advantage of Brown’s protection by studying at UC Davis, teaching at Stanford, and serving as chancellor of Deganawidah-Quetzalcoatl University (DQU), a ramshackle outfit near Sacramento. Banks fled when Brown left office but it wasn’t until the mid-1980s that the fugitive surrendered to authorities in South Dakota and served 18 months on the 1973 charges.

In 2011, Saul Isidro-Aucencio and Francisco Delgado, Mexican nationals in the United States illegally, gunned down Jamir Miller, 15, Richard Ward, 16, and Robert Corpos, 20, in Rancho Cordova, near Sacramento. Isidro-Aucencio used an AK-47 to shoot Miller in the head and Corpos in the back as he sought cover behind a tree. When Jamir Miller’s mother protested that the shooters were in the country illegally, judge Helene Gweon told her the case has “nothing to do with illegal aliens.” Jerry Brown, California Attorney General from 2007-2011, said nothing about the case.

Brown was California governor again in 2014 when Luis Enriquez Monroy Bracamontes, a Mexican national in the United States illegally after several deportations, gunned down Danny Oliver, 47, a Sacramento County Sheriff’s deputy. Bracamontes then shot Anthony Holmes, a motorist who refused to give up his car, and later the illegal killed police detective Michael Davis with an AR-15 and wounded Jeff Davis, a deputy. Bracamontes is on record that “I killed them cops,” and recently pleaded guilty while threatening to kill his attorneys.

Governor Jerry Brown ignored the case and devoted no attention to the victims’ families. The murders prompted no effort by California’s governor to prevent such violent criminals from entering the state. Likewise, the murders did not prompt Brown to question the practice of cities such as San Francisco from offering sanctuary to violent criminals in the country illegally.

Juan Francisco Lopez-Sanchez, also known as José Inez García Zarate, is a felon who had been deported five times. Lopez-Sanchez had been serving 46 months in a southern California federal prison but was returned to San Francisco to face a 20-year-old marijuana charge. On April 15, 2015, San Francisco Sheriff Ross Mirkarimi duly released Lopez-Sanchez. On July 1, 2015, police arrested Lopez-Sanchez in the shooting death of Kathryn Steinle, 32, on a San Francisco pier.

Governor Brown and state Attorney General Kamala Harris, now a U.S. Senator, both backed up Mirkarimi’s decision to release Lopez-Sanchez. The murder of Kate Steinle prompted neither politician to challenge policies that give sanctuary to violent felons after multiple deportations.

In December, 2015, radical Islamic terrorists Syed Farook and Tashfeen Malik gunned down 14 people in San Bernardino, California. Brown delayed his trip to Paris by only one day, but did not seek “to minimize the significance of this terrorist attack.” He called it part of “a global phenomenon,” adding, “people who are committed to this jihadist doctrine are going to be killing people in very unexpected places.”

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Jerry Brown may be stridently sanctimonious but he doesn’t give a shit about the safety of Californians. That’s why he made California a sanctuary state. That’s why anybody strolling on Pier 14 in San Francisco can be shot dead by a violent felon who is not supposed to be in the country.

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In Portland, they are quite proud of themselves for declaring schools as sanctuaries. That means that when a gang member or ISIS member kills someone and is discovered to be hiding in a school they will close the school, with the kids in it, and deny access to federal agents who come to arrest the criminal.

They took a lesson from jihadists who like to set up operations surrounded by children so Americans won't obliterate them.
 

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In Portland, they are quite proud of themselves for declaring schools as sanctuaries. That means that when a gang member or ISIS member kills someone and is discovered to be hiding in a school they will close the school, with the kids in it, and deny access to federal agents who come to arrest the criminal.

They took a lesson from jihadists who like to set up operations surrounded by children so Americans won't obliterate them.
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PEDOPHILE SANCTUARY STATE: 32 ILLEGAL ALIEN SEX OFFENDERS BUSTED IN 10 DAYS IN NEW YORK
August 9, 2017

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It's actually worse than I'm making it sound.

32 illegal alien pedophiles were arrested in 10 days only in Long Island.

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How politically incorrect. It should be Undocumented Sex Offender Removal. The 32 men, each of whose deportation makes the Statue of Liberty cry, according to CNN's Jim Acosta, included...

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Some of the places where the illegal alien sex offenders were stalking included...

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Suffolk County reversed its sanctuary policies after Trump's win. Nassa County was removed from the ICE registry this year. But many jurisdictions in New York State continue to harbor illegal alien criminals. And the New York State government remains hostile to enforcement efforts that protect our children from the illegal alien rapists and pedophiles of the left.

Pedophile Sanctuary State: 32 Illegal Alien Sex Offenders Busted in 10 Days in New York
 

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