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 Post subject: Re: Sanctuary city
PostPosted: Sun Mar 11, 2018 7:07 pm 
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Their local bullshit Clintonista judges will do their normal delaying nonsense, but it will get overturned after getting pushed up to higher courts per usual.

These activist judges' subversion of national law will only be a brief speed bump.

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 Post subject: Re: Sanctuary city
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Some of you might recall that a few weeks ago ICE was going to do a large sweep in California to pick up criminal illegal immigrants but the mayor of Oakland somehow got wind of it and issued a public warning. This in turn (according to ICE) resulted in many of the perps getting away.

Now, some of the aftermath:


http://www.foxnews.com/politics/2018/03 ... rimes.html

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Illegal immigrants, who dodged California ICE raid after Dem mayor's tip-off, re-arrested for new crimes

Adam Shaw By Adam Shaw | Fox News

Three illegal immigrants, who avoided capture after Oakland Mayor Libby Schaaf blew the whistle on a raid by federal immigration authorities last month, have since been re-arrested for new crimes including robbery and spousal abuse, ICE officials said.

Schaaf tweeted out a warning ahead of the raid in northern California last month, infuriating Immigration and Customs Enforcement officials and the Trump administration.

“How dare you!” Attorney General Jeff Sessions said in California this month, addressing Schaaf. “How dare you needlessly endanger the lives of our law enforcement officers to promote a radical, open borders agenda.”

ICE officials eventually caught 232 illegal immigrants, many of them criminals, in the four-day sweep but said that hundreds more escaped because of Schaaf’s warning.

But on Tuesday, officials said that at least three of those who were targeted in the raid, but were not apprehended, had since been arrested for additional crimes.

One was a Mexican national arrested for robbery and gun crimes, who was released back into the community for a prior offense despite an ICE detainer request in November.

Another Mexican national was arrested for a DUI, despite having been deported three times and prior convictions for false imprisonment, DUI and battery of a spouse.

The third was a Mexican national who was arrested for corporal injury of a spouse, despite being deported twice and criminal convictions including drug possession, hit-and-run, DUIs, possessions of narcotics equipment and a parole violation.

Acting ICE Director Tom Homan mentioned the three cases at a roundtable on sanctuary cities at the White House on Tuesday. He also expressed frustration at the mixed messages coming from politicians in sanctuary states.

“We are told on one hand to focus efforts on criminals but those same folks who want to focus on criminals don’t let us into the county jails,” he said. “It just defies logic.”

While Homan has blamed Schaaf’s actions for the escape of as many as 800 illegal immigrants, it is unclear exactly how many evaded capture directly because of her actions. A DHS official told The New York Times that ICE agents typically find only about 30 percent of their targets during a sweep, meaning that many of those who evaded capture may not have been caught either way.

Schaaf has stood by her actions, saying the community is safer because of sanctuary city policies

“I do not regret sharing this information,” she said last month. “It is Oakland’s legal right to be a sanctuary city and we have not broken any laws. We believe our community is safer when families stay together.”

Last week an Oakland community organizer told Fox News that she was being supported by members of the community.

"People are really supportive of her because she took a stand," Emma Paulino said. "She is serving the people who elected her."

The Justice Department, which is also suing California over its sanctuary city policies, has said it is reviewing Schaaf’s actions, but has yet to make an announcement.

Adam Shaw is a Politics Reporter and occasional Opinion writer for FoxNews.com. He can be reached here or on Twitter: @AdamShawNY.




So two of these three had a history of beating up their significant others and the other had prior charges for gun crimes.

And here I thought that CA officials wanted the BP/ICE only to go after 'violent criminals' and leave the 'innocent' ones alone.

On a side note, I read somewhere that Congress and the White House was working on a budget deal (the most recent temporary postponement is close to expiring) but that the "Sanctuary Cities/states" are not going to be financially penalized in the least.

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 Post subject: Re: Sanctuary city
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Part of our country is under foreign occupation. Foreign actors all the way up to judges in CA. Look at this bullshit..

California to sue Trump admin over citizenship question in 2020 census

California on Monday promised to sue the Trump administration over its decision to ask the 2020 census respondents if they are citizens of the United States.

California Attorney General Xavier Becerra announced the suit against the administration late Monday on Twitter, saying the measure would be unlawful.

“Filing suit against @realdonaldtrump's Administration over decision to add #citizenship question on #2020Census. Including the question is not just a bad idea — it is illegal,” Becerra wrote.

The Commerce Department said in a statement that the citizenship question would be added in response to a request by the Justice Department made in December. The statement said that Commerce Secretary Wilbur Ross "has determined that reinstatement of a citizenship question on the 2020 decennial census questionnaire is necessary to provide complete and accurate census block level data."

Democrats have criticized the administration’s announcement, saying the inclusion of such a question amounts to an effort to intimidate immigrant communities and siphon money and electoral power away from them.

In a San Francisco Chronicle opinion piece published Monday, Becerra and California Secretary of State Alex Padilla wrote that the inclusion of a citizenship question would be "illegal" and "an extraordinary attempt by the Trump administration to hijack the 2020 census for political purposes."

"California, with its large immigrant communities, would be disproportionately harmed by depressed participation in the 2020 census," they wrote. "An undercount would threaten at least one of California’s seats in the House of Representatives (and, by extension, an elector in the electoral college.)"

According to the Commerce Department, "almost every decennial census" between 1820 and 1950 "asked a question on citizenship in some form." The department also said the citizenship question would be "the same as the one that is asked on the yearly American Community Survey (ACS)." The ACS is sent to a much smaller percentage of American homes than the actual census.

The decennial census count is required by the Constitution and its results are used to determine federal spending, as well as the number of congressional seats allocated to each state for the next decade and the number of electoral votes available from each state.

http://www.foxnews.com/politics/2018/03 ... ensus.html



If they were legal immigrants, then they'd be US citizens, or have a permit, and there would be no issue at all. Threatening their electoral power? :roll: Time to crack down on this illegal shit, hard.

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California Attorney General Xavier Becerra announced the suit against the administration late Monday on Twitter, saying the measure would be unlawful.

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https://ntknetwork.com/flashback-bill-c ... tizenship/

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FLASHBACK: Bill Clinton’s Census Asked About Citizenship

The long form Census questionnaire included questions about citizenship.



By NTK Staff | 03.27.2018 @1:11pm

The Department of Commerce announced that it would include a question about citizenship status on the 2020 U.S. Census, which sparked outrage among Democrats on Tuesday.

However, Former President Bill Clinton’s Department of Commerce asked about citizenship in their 2000 census.

Democratic National Committee (DNC) Chair Tom Perez said that asking a citizenship question on the census was “a craven attack on our democracy and a transparent attempt to intimidate immigrant communities.” House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi (D-CA) said the decision violated the Constitution.

However, the 2000 U.S. Census long-form questionnaire, which went out to an “average of one in six households,” included questions about citizenship.

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Where was the Democrats’ outrage in 2000 over questions about citizenship?

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How can someone who is not supposed to vote "lose electoral power"?


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Dear President Trump;

It is a terrible thing to ask my undocumented Mother-in-law if she is a citizen. She is now terribly frightened. Please send someone to check up on her. Her name in Graciela Mendez and she lives at 280 Bay St, San Francisco. She gets off work about 6:30.


Thank you;

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NYC wanted to be a sanctuary. They just got a visit from ICE

Jazz ShawPosted at 4:31 pm on April 24, 2018

Mayor de Blasio kept insisting that he would remain “defiant” and that New York City would be a sanctuary for illegal immigration. Well, as it turns out, if you really want to be a sanctuary city, ICE is going to treat you like one. Immigration officials just wrapped up a six day operation in the Big Apple code named Operation Keep Safe and they arrested more than 200 illegal aliens.


Federal immigration officials arrested 225 people in a sweeping six-day raid in the five boroughs and surrounding counties, officials said.

Operation Keep Safe, as the Immigration and Customs Enforcement agency called it, netted 163 people in the city between April 9 through April 14 — 45 of whom had no outstanding criminal issue.

ICE officials said that 180 of those arrested were convicted criminals or had criminal charges pending against them, but refused to release their names. Those people now face deportation.
The feds groused that the city refused to cooperate in the arrests, claiming that it only increases the amount of people arrested who pose no public safety threat.


City officials are complaining because nearly fifty of the detainees have “no other criminal issue” beyond being in the country illegally. But whose fault is that? The agency has been repeatedly reminding these jurisdictions that if they simply honored ICE detainers and turned over the criminals when they had them in jail, the officers wouldn’t have to go out into the community to round them up. But when you make them do it the hard way, they’re always going to run across some other illegals hanging out with the primary targets. At that point, there’s no sense in leaving them behind if there’s room in the van.

Here’s the mayor promising to be the voice of defiance, resisting the President, the Justice Department and ICE.



That doesn’t seem to be working out for you too well at the moment, sir. You can’t really say they didn’t warn you this was going to happen, either. You were also put on notice last October that your DOJ funding was going to be cut off if you continued down this road. Take a look around your city today. Does it look like these guys are kidding?

It might be time to consider some new policies when it comes to illegal aliens. If not, perhaps the citizens of New York City could consider new management at City Hall before this situation gets further out of hand.


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https://www.ice.gov/news/releases/3-mon ... ners-leads

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ENFORCEMENT AND REMOVAL
06/01/2018

3-month review shows how New York City's failure to honor immigration detainers leads to hundreds of dangerous criminals released


Many of those released offended again


NEW YORK — U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement’s (ICE) Enforcement and Removal Operations (ERO) in New York conducted a three-month review of detainers lodged with the New York City Police Department (NYPD) and New York Department of Corrections (NYDOC) to determine the type of criminal aliens who have been released from custody without ICE being notified. Detainers are ICE’s request to a local law enforcement agency to notify ICE when an alien in custody will be released.

Within the three months, from January to mid-April this year, ICE prepared more than 440 detainers against aliens booked by NYPD or NYDOC. Nearly 40 individuals who were released from custody, reoffended and were again arrested for crimes by local law enforcement officers.

“In just three months, more than three dozen criminal aliens were released from local custody. Simply put, the politics and rhetoric in this city are putting its own communities at an unnecessary risk,” said Scott Mechowski, acting field office director for the ERO New York. “ICE has no choice but to continue to conduct at-large arrests in local neighborhoods and at worksites, wasting valuable resources on criminal aliens who could be securely turned over to ICE custody at jails and prisons. However, ICE remains committed to its public safety mission and will continue to enforce our nation’s immigration laws.”

Below are some examples of individuals arrested and released who reoffended within the three-month period:

    A 43-year old man from China was released in March after being arrested for Criminal Possession Controlled Substance-7th, then re-arrested for Criminal Possession Controlled Substance-5th (Felony) in April. His criminal history also includes a conviction for Criminal Contempt.

    A 28-year old man from Azerbaijan was released in February after being returned on a warrant for a Criminal Trespass-3rd arrest from June 2017, then re-arrested in April for Grand Larceny-4th: Credit Card. His criminal history also includes convictions for Assault-3rd, Disorderly Conduct, and Aggravated Unlicensed Operation of a Motor Vehicle-1st.

    A 20-year old from Guatemala arrested for a felony count Assault 2nd Degree: Injure Victim 65 or older and released in January, arrested in February for Felony Grand Larceny, and arrested again in March for Resisting Arrest.

    A 28-year old Salvadoran man arrested for Assault in March was released, then again arrested for Robbery in April.

    A 29-year old man from Burkina Faso was released in January after being arrested for Criminal Contempt, then re-arrested again in April for Criminal Contempt.

Others who were released from custody include:

    A 28-year old from Azerbaijan arrested for Possession of Stolen Property in April and Assault/Intimidation in January. His criminal history also includes arrests for Assault, Trespassing, and Larceny and convictions for Assault and Disorderly Conduct.

    A 20-year old from Jamaica arrested for Possession of a Weapon in April. His criminal history also includes arrests for Fraud, Robbery and Homicide.

ICE has not been notified about the release of aliens in custody at New York City facilities since 2014, except for those that fall within the 170 crimes considered egregious by the Mayor’s Office.

Sanctuary policies, which have pushed ICE out of jails, force our officers to conduct more enforcement in the community – which poses increased risks for law enforcement and the public. It also increases the likelihood that ICE will encounter other illegal aliens who previously were not on our radar. For ICE, it makes more sense to devote resources to jails to solely focus on criminals, reducing the broader enforcement efforts and allowing the apprehension of individuals with the secure confines of local jails.



So 9% of those released re-offended within just a 3 month period.

Politicians who are promoting these Sanctuary Cities are placing identity politics above the safety of their own constituents.

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https://www.washingtontimes.com/news/20 ... ry-cities/

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Feds to begin distributing grant money to non-sanctuary cities

By Stephen Dinan - The Washington Times - Wednesday, June 27, 2018
The Justice Department said Wednesday it has begun distributing hundreds of millions of dollars in grant money that had been tied up in a major court battle over sanctuary cities.

Byrne Justice Assistance Grants are used by localities and police departments across the nation to pay for equipment, training, personnel or other pressing needs.

The Trump administration last year said it would condition the money on localities’ willingness to cooperate in holding illegal immigrants for pickup by federal deportation officers. Chicago sued, saying the conditions weren’t part of federal law.

A federal district judge had ruled for Chicago, but issued a nationwide injunction saying the conditions couldn’t be applied to any Byrne grants.

The Justice Department put nearly $200 million in 2017 money on hold as the case proceeded.

But on Tuesday an appeals court narrowed the ruling, saying that while the district court could decide the fate of Chicago’s practices, it couldn’t tie the hands of the entire country.

The Justice Department said that cleared the way to dole out cash to departments that do abide by the cooperation conditions.

“After the stay was granted, the Justice Department promptly moved to begin the distribution of nearly $200 million in Byrne JAG funds to jurisdictions that share the department’s commitment to keeping criminal aliens off our streets and our law abiding citizens safe,” said Justice spokesman Devin O’Malley. “Reviews of some applications remain ongoing.”



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