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Tuesday, January 9, 2018

Breaking News From ICE DIRECTOR… California Governor To Be PROSECUTED!!




On the very first day of 2018, California became the first “sanctuary state.”
The state will welcome illegal aliens that are seeking protection from federal authorities.
But this may not work out as Gov. Jerry Brown intended.
The acting director for Immigration and Custom Enforcement (ICE), Thomas Homan, said something on the topic when asked about Brown’s move to defy the President’s tough stance on immigration, and Governor “Moonbeam” isn’t going to be happy about it. Homan said that Brown needs to hang on tight because the federal government isn’t going to let California’s governor dictate the federal law.
According to our source, America’s Freedom Fighters, Hooman appeared on Neil Cavuto’s show on Fox and the host said that Governor “Moonbeam” claims the law will protect illegal aliens living in the shadows of our society from law enforcement determined to yank them out of there.


“I think it’s terrible,” he said before adding that Brown’s move was purely political. “If  Brown thinks he is protecting the community, he’s doing quite the opposite. Brown is knowingly putting law enforcement at risk.
There’s no sanctuary from law enforcement. California better hold on tight – they’re about to see a lot more deportation officers. If politicians don’t protect their communities then ICE will,” Homan said.
Homan stated that Brown has now “bit off more than he can chew” because smugglers will take advantage of the law as a “selling point.” According to him, Brown has violated the federal law along with other sanctuary-jurisdiction leaders. He said that he hopes the Justice Department will look into whether officials can be criminally charged under the statute.
But Homan is not the only one who’s unhappy with Brown’s decision. Anonymous residents around the state placed signs mocking California’s new sanctuary law.


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