During a roundtable discussion about school shootings on Thursday with state and local officials, President Trump called-out the state of California and its “disgraceful” sanctuary cities over their refusal to cooperate with the federal government in reducing illegal immigration.
President Trump said that he has become so frustrated with California’s “lousy management job” in cracking down on illegal immigration that he’s thinking about removing ICE agents throughout the state if they continue to shelter undocumented workers from the agency.
“If I wanted to pull my people out of California you would see a crime-nest like you’ve never seen before,” Trump warned. “All I have to do is say, ‘ICE and Border Patrol, leave California alone.’ You would see crime like nobody has seen crime in this country. I could do it.”
The Commander-in-Chief predicted that California and local governments would be “begging” for him to reinstate the agency; citing record spikes in crime, drug use, and homelessness after the state declared itself a “sanctuary” for illegal aliens.
“If we ever pulled our ICE out, if we ever said, ‘Hey, let California alone, let them figure it out for themselves,’ in two months they’d be begging for us to come back. They would be begging. And you know what, I’m thinking about doing it.”
It would happen. No state should be allowed to ignore Federal immigration law. The Californian governor and elected officials are failing to protect the rights of LEGAL citizens. That state is a criminal place to leave thanks to their stupid sanctuary status. So, if they’re not going to abide by Federal Law, they shouldn’t get Federal protection.
Just stop them on the roads coming out of California so they don’t infest the rest of the country.
What do you think? Should Trump pull ICE agent out of California?
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