Police Officers Refuse To Help ICE

Thanks to California positioning itself as the First Sanctuary State, Police Officers will not be helping ICE agents on planned upcoming raids. Under the leadership of California Governor Jerry “Moonbeam” Brown things will be more dangerous for United States agents as well as the good citizens of California. This was all done to secure more identity politics votes for the Des and to ‘resist’ President Donald Trump. What will happen in the upcoming raids? Stay tuned.

As Written, Reported by and Seen Frist on Fox News:

Law enforcement officials from Northern California said they will refuse to assist federal authorities in the upcoming sweeps that aim to capture more than 1,500 illegal immigrants, the San Francisco Chronicle reported Wednesday.

The paper, citing an anonymous source, reported about a planned operation to be conducted by the U.S. Immigration Customs and Enforcement agency. The report did not specify a date, but said it will be conducted in the near future.

Law enforcement officials told the paper they have not been notified as of Wednesday, but said they would not provide support.

Oakland Mayor Libby Schaaf told reporters that police in her city will not assist ICE officials if the report on the raids is accurate.

Federal officials’ ability to work with local jurisdictions was curtailed on Jan. 1st, after a new California law – SB54 – came into effect that limited inter-agency cooperation. The law officially made California the first “sanctuary state.”

Thomas Homan, the acting director of ICE, said last month that federal immigration officials are prepared to protect local communities in California if local officials refuse to do so.

Proponents of the law have argued that sanctuary laws are necessary to establish trust between immigrants and local law enforcement……

THERE IS EVEN MORE HERE KEEP READING:

Northern California police refuse to cooperate in upcoming ICE raids: report | Fox News

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