Attorney General Jeff Sessions Gets Tough on Sanctuary Cities: Connects Immigrant Tragedy in Texas to Them
John Frizoli : Jul 26, 2017
"These policies also encourage illegal immigration and even human trafficking by perpetuating the lie that in certain cities, illegal aliens can live outside the law. This can have tragic consequences, like the 10 deaths we saw in San Antonio this weekend." -AG Jeff Sessions
(Washington, DC)—[Faith Family America] U.S. Attorney General Jeff Sessions may be looking for a new job soon—based on President Trump's displeasure with him right now—but it's not keeping him from using his position as head of the Justice Department to battle illegal immigration. On Tuesday he announced a new policy intended to make it harder for sanctuary cities—localities that protect illegal immigrants—to resist enforcement of immigration laws. (Photo: AG Jeff Sessions/via FaithFamilyAmerica.com)
Politico is reporting that Sessions new policy hits to the heart of the federal funding sanctuary cities receive by requiring them to allow immigration enforcement officers into jails and prisons and to give the federal government two days' notice before an illegal immigrant wanted by the feds is going to be released...
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