Reblogged on kommonsentsjane/blogkommonsents.
Not until AG Sessions puts some teeth in the law are these people going to take him seriously. This is a first step and the second step would be to arrest this Mayor since she aided and abetted illegals and interfered with their arrests. She also caused danger to the arresting agents by alerting the illegals.
Governor Brown and AG Becerra are both breaking the law and the Constitution.
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California Governor Jerry Brown gestures as Attorney General Xavier Becerra laughs during a press conference at the California State Capitol on March 7, 2018 in Sacramento, California.
(AG Becerra laughing during Brown’s speech. This only tells you how seriously they take illegals invading our country which is against the Constitution. AG Becerra is a typical Mexican politician – breaking the law is part of his game. They make their laws like Obama.)
California Gov. Jerry Brown took a swipe at U.S. Attorney General Jeff Sessions on Wednesday, accusing him of giving out false information to a state law enforcement group and calling his trip out West “a political stunt.”
At the same time, the Democratic governor vowed during a press conference that the state would fight the U.S. Department of Justice’s litigation against California’s so-called sanctuary laws and added, “This is basically going to war against the state of California, the engine of the American economy. It’s not wise, it’s not right, and it will not stand.”
In his speech Wednesday morning in Sacramento to the California Peace Officers’ Association, Sessions lashed out at California elected officials for getting in the way of immigration enforcement and charged that they are protecting hundreds of “wanted criminals.”
Sessions said “immigration law is the province of the federal government,” and he criticized California for passing “a number of laws designed to intentionally obstruct the work of our sworn immigration enforcement officers.”
Late Tuesday, the Trump administration filed suit in Sacramento over the state’s sanctuary laws. In particular, the administration is challenging California’s law that went into effect in January that bars local authorities from asking about the immigration status of people during routine interactions or participating in federal enforcement actions.
“This lawsuit is going to last a lot longer than the Trump administration,” Brown said during Wednesday’s press conference with California Attorney General Xavier Becerra.
Several hundred people protesting the Trump administration’s immigration policies greeted Sessions on Wednesday morning when he arrived in downtown Sacramento to deliver remarks to the police group.