When someone just decides that the law should be different than is and breaks it, they pay the price if caught doing so. For instance, the Conservative Daily Post just highlighted only last week the case of a rapper who decided to flaunt that he sold drugs and got arrested for it. According to the Constitution, an unjust law can be changed, but not broken. Those who are found to have broken the law often sit behind bars for doing so.
Why is it that cities who break the federal law face no similar punishments, however? Why is it always the little guy who gets the shaft while our leaders can do almost anything and hardly ever see punishment? They shouldn’t, and as Hannity (dot com) confirms, Secretary of Homeland Security Kirstjen Nielsen has said, “that her department is investigating whether they can bring criminal charges against mayors and leaders of sanctuary cities and states for defying federal law.”
It is also said that the Department of Justice is “reviewing what avenues may be available.” There are many people sitting in prison cells today for doing far less who likely very happy to hear this news.
As the Washington Times observes, this announcement comes only days after new (and illegal) “sanctuary city” laws make it all but impossible to deport those who did not apply and should not be here.
On top of this, it is also reported that Nielsen said, “What I was struck with, frankly as I’m sure you were as well, was the general profanity that was used in the room by almost everyone” in reference to recent talks about DACA and immigration. She did not find that Mr. Trump was speaking quite profanely, but that everyone present was.
Perhaps that is because the frustration has reached a tipping point. Americans do not want those who did not apply to be here in the nation for any reason. If those from other lands wish to dwell here, let them be sent home and told to apply for the honor of doing so. After doing so, they will likely be welcomed.
Voters do not want to keep seeing the economy dwindled and held down due to illegal migration.
Also, a lot of citizens of the U.S. want it known that they are not allowed to just walk into Canada, Mexico, or any other nation, so it should not be allowed to happen here, either. We can’t afford the costs any more than they can.
That is one very big reason why Donald Trump won the election and Mrs. Clinton went on a book tour. So certainly, there is going to be some heated language.
The words may become even more blazing when California is faced with new fines for their illegal activity, too. Just like democrats who tried to thwart civil rights laws and had to be corrected with the National Guard, these sanctuary leaders will learn soon enough that the country doesn’t want their ways.