Oakland’s Mayor Is In Even MORE Hot Water Than She Was Already

Oakland’s mayor Libby Schaaf purports to be quite proud of the warning that she issued to illegal aliens in the San Francisco Bay Area about a possible ICE action. She made it is widely known that she was proud of what she had done and would not be apologizing for her actions. The Department of Justice is taking a close look at what she did and seeing if she is guilty of obstruction of justice. What is not so well known is all contacts that she has with illegal relief organizations in her area. 

As Written and Reported by Jazz Shaw for Hot Air:

A couple of weeks ago we learned that Oakland Mayor Libby Schaaf had “no regrets” about warning illegal aliens of an impending ICE raid in her city and was definitely not going to apologize. But that didn’t answer all of the lingering questions about what appeared to be a clear case of obstructing justice and violating federal immigration laws. How and when did she learn about the upcoming raid? Who was she consulting with prior to making the decision to go public with the information so criminal illegal aliens could clear out and go to ground before ICE agents arrived?

We still don’t have all of those answers, but some of the details are coming to light. The local Oakland CBS outlet filed public record requests and discovered through a series of emails that Schaaf had been in contact with non-profit groups providing legal services to illegals and to independent business owners. (KPIX 5, Oakland)

In emails we obtained through a public records request, we didn’t find out who her sources were, but we do know who she was talking to before she made her big announcement…..

KEEP READING THERE IS WAY MORE HERE:

Guess who Oakland’s mayor was talking to before tipping off illegal aliens to ICE raid

 

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