It seems as if the Conservative Daily Post is publishing stories every day about how President Donald Trump and his needed stance on illegal migration is being defied by those who wish to leave our borders open. We all know that this is done to increase the voting block of the Democrat Party and that it utterly uproots both our economy and our safety, but these facts do not stop those opposed to the White House.
Donald Trump has had enough of all talk about sanctuary cities and, according to the Washington Times, “the Justice Department has issued a final warning to five of the 10 jurisdictions it accused of having ‘sanctuary’ policies. They have only until October 27th to show that they are complying with the law or these illegal havens WILL lose grant money as the DOJ springs into action.
This is something that Trump should have done a long ago. It seems that his patience has at least reached its end on the matter and it is not a moment too soon for those who voted for him.
Letters from the Justice Department arrived Wednesday for “Cook County, Illinois; Chicago; New Orleans; New York City; and Philadelphia” the Times also informs us. This means that those who do not conduct all of their duties regarding the law will be given less money to do so, which only seems fair.
If they do not do their whole job, then why should they get their whole pay?
Milwaukee County, Wisconsin and the state of Connecticut were found to not be running afoul with the law and they were appropriately praised by Attorney General, Jeff. Sessions. “I commend the Milwaukee County Sheriff’s Office and the State of Connecticut on their commitment to complying with Section 1373, and I urge all jurisdictions found to be out of compliance in this preliminary review to reconsider their policies that undermine the safety of their residents,” he said.
“We urge jurisdictions to not only comply with Section 1373 but to establish sensible and effective partnerships to properly process criminal aliens,” Sessions added.
We are told that California was put on notice but for reasons as yet unclear, the law-breaking state was not included on the list as it should have been.
Still, Sessions was quick to point out why all of this hardship is about to happen to disobedient states. He said, “Jurisdictions that adopt so-called ‘sanctuary policies’ also adopt the view that the protection of criminal aliens is more important than the protection of law-abiding citizens and of the rule of law.”
This is the kind of bold leadership that has been needed, particularly as it pertains to illegal aliens, for a very long time. It is better late than never, after all.