Thursday, March 30, 2017

Sanctuary Cities Are Dangerous

Sanctuary Cities Are Dangerous

The lawless states:

By de Andréa,
Opinion Editorialist for

Posted March 30, 2017

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Despite a funding cut-off threat from the Justice Department, over 300 so-called "sanctuary cities" are illegally protecting thousands of illegal criminal aliens and terrorists from federal arrest and deportation, according to a new analysis.

Criminal foreigners illegally in this country are being shielded from justice by criminal, “sanctuary city” policies, said Attorney General Jeff Sessions on Monday.

If you live in’, or anywhere near’ one of the cities counties or states I hope you carry a gun, your life is or will be in danger.  Because as dangerous as they are now, they will only get worse.  Moreover, they are all in violation of Federal and Constitutional law.  Even states laws prohibit the protection and harboring of known criminals.
California is even threatening secession to protect the terrorists, criminals, and rapists illegally pouring into the state.  But then what can one expect from a bunch of useful idiots and Communist Fabians.
Reading his prepared statement, A.G. Sessions repeated a previous commitment to lawfully withhold federal funding, from states and localities that refuse to comply with lawful detention and transfer orders from federal immigration authorities.
Jurisdictions operating “sanctuary” policies, said Sessions, are refusing to comply with detainer requests from Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) for illegal aliens charged or convicted with “serious crimes,” including murder, rape, assault, and sexual abuse of children, drug trafficking, and intoxicated driving.
"Countless Americans would be alive today – and countless loved ones would not be grieving today – if the policies of these sanctuary jurisdictions were ended," said Sessions.  Sessions pointed to a Department of Homeland Security (DHS) report identifying over 200 instances in a single week (January 28 - February 3, 2017) where “sanctuary” jurisdictions refused to honor detainer requests filed by ICE.

"Sanctuary city" policies, said Sessions, endanger Americans: "Such policies cannot continue. They make our nation less safe by putting dangerous criminals back on our streets."
The example of Kate Steinle, who was shot and killed in July 2015 by an illegal alien Mexican who was deported 5 times, was protected by the sanctuary city of San Francisco, was mentioned by Sessions:
"We all remember the tragic case of Kate Steinle, the 32-year-old woman who was shot and killed two years ago in San Francisco as she walked along a pier with her father.  The shooter, Francisco Sanchez, was an illegal immigrant who had already been deported five times and had seven felony convictions.   
Just eleven weeks before the shooting, San Francisco had released Sanchez from its custody, even though ICE had filed a detainer requesting that he be kept in custody until immigration authorities could pick him up for removal.  Even worse, Sanchez admitted that the only reason he came to San Francisco was because of its sanctuary policies."
Steinle's death was regularly mentioned by President Donald Trump during his presidential campaign as one well known extreme example of the dangers posed by the status quo of illegal aliens, for which he was demonized as an immigrant hater and a racist.
Sessions also called for states and localities to comply with 8 U.S. Code § 1373, which generally prohibits any government entity from interfering with the transmission or reception of information regarding the immigration status of any individual. 

THE BOTTOM LINE: Whenever a question arises concerning an important issue such as immigration, the best and most reliable source for finding what this Nation should do in solving any problem that we face is to look to the United States Constitution.
Over the years I have posted many articles on the Constitution. I have claimed that I am a Constitutional scholar, not because I am so educated, even though I do have two degrees on Constitutional studies from the University of Hillsdale in Hillsdale Michigan,(something that anyone can do by the way), but because the general American population are so uneducated.  I do believe that as a citizen of this Free Republic it is our responsibility to know our Constitutional Law and understand the true and real intent of our Founders in writing this wonderful inspired document. Something that even most of our Supreme Court Justices do not know or much less care about.

While the Declaration of Independence documents our God given rights of, “life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness,” the Constitution by the rule of law, insures that those rights are protected even from the federal and state governments.

 We the People of the United States, in Order to form a more perfect Union, establish Justice, insure domestic Tranquility, provide for the common defense, promote the general Welfare, and secure the Blessings of Liberty to ourselves and our Posterity, do ordain and establish this Constitution for the United States of America.”

Amendment 14, Section 1 – “All persons born or naturalized in the United States, and subject to the jurisdiction thereof, are citizens of the United States and of the State wherein they reside.”

While there are only two specific references in the Constitution to immigration , stated in this most important of documents as , “naturalization, ” there is clear evidence by the Framers as to what they intended concerning the rights of the people who live in this country and how those rights affect immigrants and illegal aliens.

The two references in the Constitution that specifically mention , “naturalization, ” are found in Article I, Section 8 in creating the authority of the Congress, “To establish an uniform Rule of Naturalization.” Thus from a Constitutional stand point it is the responsibility of Congress to establish all laws and rules of naturalization or immigration. Not the states.

The second reference is located in the 14th Amendment shown above stating that, “All persons born or naturalized in the United States,” are, “citizens of the United States and of the State wherein they reside.”

The key thought in the 14th Amendment which along with several other provisions established in the Constitution shows that the intent of the Framers was that only citizens of the United States whether born or naturalized are granted the rights and privileges that are available in America.

Thanks for listening my friend!  Now go do the right thing and fight for freedom. 
- de Andréa
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