“He really was there to listen.”
California state, local and law enforcement officials met at the White House on Wednesday to assure voters and the media that the supermajority in Sacramento doesn’t speak for them on California’s Sanctuary State law or illegal immigration.
The Democrat-supermajority in the state Legislature and Democrat Gov. Jerry Brown passed and signed a law turning California into a “sanctuary state,” which prohibits local sheriffs, law enforcement and state officials from allowing federal immigration authorities access to illegal aliens in prison and jails. Senate Bill 54, signed into law by Gov. Jerry Brown last year also prohibits police from asking people about immigration status, or working with federal agents on immigration enforcement. County jail officials are also prohibited from working with immigration agents as they had in the past, but are allowed to transfer inmates to immigration authorities only if they have been convicted of a… Read More