If feds try to ID deportable immigrants using California data, state will block access

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view arial, cialis sans-serif; font-size: 12pt;”>By Stephen Frank

cialis arial, sans-serif; font-size: 12pt;”>The illegal aliens in California may not be the brightest bulbs in the room.  They actually gave a signed statement to the DMV they are here illegally.  Yup, close to 800,000 of them did that.  Thousands more gave the UC system a signed statement they are undocumented, here illegally—in order to qualify for quota’s and scholarships.  There are teachers quoted in the LA Times that worry about being deported—yup, our kids are being taught by law breakers—wonder what they are being taught about morality and ethics?

“But in a state where Democrats hold the governor’s office and supermajorities in both houses of the Legislature, lawmakers say that if the Trump administration does come knocking, their answer will be a vociferous “no.” That likely would kick off what could be a protracted fed-versus-state legal battle – one in which people on both sides predict their argument would prevail.

As the new Legislature was sworn in Dec. 5, Assembly Speaker Anthony Rendon, D-Paramount, said California has a larger population of undocumented immigrants than any other state “and if you want to get to them, you have to go through us.”

We have law enforcement officers, like LAPD Chief Charlie Beck, who are co-conspirators to rapes, murders, assaults and numerous drug deals—they refuse to turn over illegal aliens for deportation to ICE.  The crimes of the criminals are the crimes of those protecting them.

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Stephen Frank

Stephen Frank: Is the the publisher and editor of the California Political News and Views.  Mr. Frank speaks all over California and appears as a guest on several radio shows each week. He has also served as a guest host on radio talk shows and is a full time political consultant. http://capoliticalnews.com/

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3 Responses to If feds try to ID deportable immigrants using California data, state will block access

  1. Mark Savalla February 4, 2017 at 2:31 pm

    BILL OF RIGHTS PENALTY CLAUSE
    “Any official, appointed or elected, at any level of government, who attempts, through legislative act or other means, to nullify, evade, or avoid the provisions of the first ten amendments to this Constitution, or of the Thirteenth Amendment, shall be summarily removed from office, and, upon conviction, deprived of all pay and benefits including pension, and sentenced to imprisonment for life.”

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  2. Neil January 8, 2017 at 10:51 pm

    California is a sanctuary State. Citizens need to wake up and realize that turning a blind eye to illegal immigration is not harmless. It breeds a range of other illegal activities and it is also getting people hurt and killed. The federal government needs to enforce all borders (north and south and all coastlines) and immigration laws. Our elected State officials and law enforcement leadership need to follow the law as well or be voted out of office.

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  3. William Hicks December 28, 2016 at 1:16 pm

    All federal fun ding is fungible. In the end, that might have to be the method that ICE may have to investigate

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