Acting immigration director: start charging sanctuary city politicians with a crime

Jihad Watch: Acting director of U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement, Tom Homan, said “it is time to start charging officials in sanctuary cities with a crime.”

Homan is referring to the full range of illegal immigrants, and it is about time someone suggested holding politicians responsible when they are sacrificing homeland security, the safety of citizens, and the economy in the name of tolerance and diversity.

Last year, Syrian-born Mayor Mohamed T Khairullah declared a sanctuary city in New Jersey.

Mayor Martin J. Walsh also “reaffirmed Boston’s role” as a sanctuary city at the Islamic Society of Boston Cultural Center.

Many such politicians wrongly accuse those who support sensible immigration of being “racist” and/or “Islamophobic” with absolutely no regard for victims of crime, jihad terror and barbaric cultural practices.

More citizens are going to die because of these (sanctuary) policies. These politicians can’t make these decisions and be held unaccountable for people dying.

Once upon a time, respectable politicians regarded homeland security and the economy as priorities.

“Charge Sanctuary City Politicians With a Crime, Says Acting ICE Director”, by Bob Price, Breitbart, January 2, 2017:

The acting director of U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) said it is time to start charging officials in sanctuary cities with a crime. The director also threatened a massive enforcement action in the sanctuary state of California.

“I think we charge some of these sanctuary cities with violating federal law,” acting ICE Director Tom Homan said during an interview with Fox News Channel’s Neil Cavuto on Tuesday. “This isn’t the America I grew up in. We gotta take these sanctuary cities on, we gotta take them to court and we gotta start charging some of these politicians with crimes.”

Homan’s comment came one day after the State of California officially became a sanctuary state. “California better hold on tight,” Homan stated. “They’re about to see a lot more special agents — a lot more deportation officers.”  read more

19 Comments on Acting immigration director: start charging sanctuary city politicians with a crime

  1. It always amazes me how ineffective a government can be, seemingly by choice. Just arrest one of these politicians, charge them for the appropriate federal crimes, set a court date and make it happen. It will get plenty of coverage. Do it.

  2. About damn time. Pick your target, arrest him publicly, Perp Walk him in handcuffs, and remove him from office pending trial. No bail.

    This will be all it takes for the rest to do a 180.

    #TheTideIsTurning.

    MAGA.

  3. One mayor isn’t enough.
    Start with a round up of major city mayors, charge them professionally and personally for their actions. Set bail at $1,000,000.

  4. @Left Coast Dan January 3, 2018 at 11:57 am & @Rufus T. Firefly January 3, 2018 at 12:03 pm

    If you flick the light on to stomp a roach, knowing that it will scare all the other roaches back into the cookie stashes, have you really addressed the problem?

  5. Don’t forget to post arrest photos so their names and faces are well known to all. We want to make sure they will never be elected to a government position again.

  6. Citizens in these so-called sanctuaries should sue their local gov’ts for not doing the jobs they pay their taxes to them to do. If a police force, for example, is not carrying out the paid-for duties of their agency, what the heck are they getting paid to do? In Seattle, for example, the police rarely arrest car prowlers. How do I know this? Last week Geoff C. and I were sitting up very early in our kitchen when he noticed the interior car lights go on and the passenger slider opening to my car parked out at the curb. We called police and kept an eye on the car. The guy finally got out when the police car showed up and even then he tried to convince the officer that he was the car’s owner and was just getting something out of the car. He gave a fake name, had no I.D., etc. And, fortunately, he had something from my car in his pocket. The back and forth with this kid (early 20’s) went on for about 20 minutes. They told him if he would give them a “good” name, they’d let him walk. Finally they called the desk sergeant and he said “bring him in.” He must have had something else on file. I don’t know. But here’s the deal: it’s just like the problem in every D run city now. They quit going after the “small” crimes and everyone just runs amok. I noticed this just the other night when I was going a short ways from our house and everyone on the main arterial was driving about 10-15 miles an hour over the speed limit. Unsafe for the area where lots of accidents happen at the legal speed. It’s what Guiliani went after in NY that made all the difference; his “broken windows” strategy.

  7. …oh, and the guy had on him another full set of car keys he’d taken from someone else’s car and a bunch of junk in his backpack, probably from several other cars.

  8. After the Civil Rights Act of ’64, the Feds will step in and charge a policeman who happened to walk on State charges with denying the victim of his or her civil rights under Section 1983 in Federal court.
    I’ve often said that if you charge a mayor, a sheriff, a Governor with denying the deceased victim of a loss of life caused by an illegal alien who was protected by that official with that charge, it won’t take long for the governmental unit to get the message.
    Perp walk and ankle bracelets are an additional “benefit” for the accused to have to endure.

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