ICE Responds To California “Sanctuary State” Law – CA Businesses Now Face Enhanced Immigration Raids…

Put this in the ‘Things Moonbats Do That Backfire‘ folder.

The day after California Governor Jerry Brown signs a bill that prevents local police notifying ICE of illegal alien arrests ICE notifies California their new law forces workplace raids as enforcement actions:

SB54 will negatively impact ICE operations in California by nearly eliminating all cooperation and communication with our law enforcement partners in the state, voiding the delegated authority that the Orange County Sheriff’s Office has under the 287g program, and prohibiting local law enforcement from contracting with the federal government to house detainees.

ICE will have no choice but to conduct at-large arrests in local neighborhoods and at worksites, which will inevitably result in additional collateral arrests, instead of focusing on arrests at jails and prisons where transfers are safer for ICE officers and the community. ICE will also likely have to detain individuals arrested in California in detention facilities outside of the state, far from any family they may have in California.

Ultimately, SB54 helps shield removable aliens from immigration enforcement and creates another magnet for more illegal immigration, all at the expense of the safety and security of the very people it purports to protect.

Despite the severe challenges that this law creates for ICE, we remain committed to our public safety mission and we will continue to do our sworn duty to seek out dangerous criminal aliens and other immigration violators. ICE seeks straightforward cooperation with all sheriffs and local elected officials. This misguided legislation will severely undermine those efforts.  (read more)

“A nation can survive its fools, and even the ambitious. But it cannot survive treason from within. An enemy at the gates is less formidable, for he is known and carries his banner openly. But the traitor moves amongst those within the gate freely, his sly whispers rustling through all the alleys, heard in the very halls of government itself.”

“For the traitor appears not a traitor; he speaks in accents familiar to his victims, and he wears their face and their arguments, he appeals to the baseness that lies deep in the hearts of all men. He rots the soul of a nation, he works secretly and unknown in the night to undermine the pillars of the city, he infects the body politic so that it can no longer resist. A murderer is less to fear.”  ~ Marcus Tullius Cicero

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308 Responses to ICE Responds To California “Sanctuary State” Law – CA Businesses Now Face Enhanced Immigration Raids…

  1. DrivingBy says:

    Why not just announce that in the event of an attack on California, the Federal Goverment will not consider it an attack on the United States mainland, unless there is excessive collateral damage. After all if you slice out Los Angeles San Francisco and New York the country voted for Trump by popular vote, which means that the whole country is horrible and deplorable, warmongers and cishetfacist.
    Los Angeles and New York want to be independent from us. Let’s give that a test run

    I’m sure the smart folks at LaRaza, also known as the California Democratic Party, can rig up an ABM system real quick.

    Liked by 12 people

    • backwoodsgirl123 says:

      The law that CA just passed is an invitation to INVASION! That governor needs to be placed before a firing squad!

      But, I got an idea for Conservatives that live in CA. “Wisdom of the Crowd” See something? Say something! Turn Obama’s weapons back upon their own heads!
      Make the illegals so paranoid….if you so much as get a hint that they are illegal…remember when groups were contacting each other to show up at a specific place and sing or rob a store? Same tactics…cell phones! Find them! Do you work with them? Are they in your neighborhood? They’ll come out of the woodwork now and not even try to hide it!

      And then, go around the local officials and report it directly to the DHS and ICE!

      Liked by 7 people

      • backwoodsgirl123 says:

        Snap their photo. Give their address or place of employment. If you know they are Visa overstays…if you know they are illegals…This “Wisdom of the Crowd” thingy might be just what we needed!

        Liked by 2 people

      • Bakokitty says:

        As a conservative Californian I am so sick of the leftists, the La Raza, and the uniparty that have stolen any semblance of equality in voting in this state.I will enjoy watching to the not so clever Jerry Brown hoisted on his liberal petard. Go immigration!
        And I like your idea of see something say something. I hope ICE will put out a phone number to help us help them. And a text addy.
        Jerry Brown have been a destructive leader of our once great state from 40 years ago and he has enabled the leftist to overrun our state. Believe me there are many, many conservatives still here, We stay to fight back,
        I pray PDT will send federal lawyers to sue Ca. For abridging our 2nd ammendment rights, The little Mexican pos DeLeon in Sacramento throws one illegal law on our books, ( Jerry alway is ready to sign them) tomfurther strip us of our gun rights.
        This once was the most productive, educated, and the richest state in the union. The communist/liberals have just about destroyed this state.
        The illegals need to go, we cannot afford them, they are bankrupting, us and stealing our childrens future.

        Liked by 11 people

      • Eskyman says:

        Yep, that’s what I’m doing. I have ICE’s phone number in my phone, and whenever I see someone I think is an illegal alien, ICE is getting a call!

        ICE’s phone number: 1-866-347-2423

        There’s usually a mob of them hanging out around Home Depot and Lowe’s- think I might go for a drive & see if they’re still there. It’s time to start putting some wood on the fire. Let’s see if we can make it too hot for them!

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    • > Why not just announce that in the event of an attack on California, the Federal Goverment will not consider it an attack on the United States mainland, unless there is excessive collateral damage.

      Take a look at Art. 4, Sec 4 of the Constitution.


    • carrierh says:

      Driving By: many of us here have set the same thing – take away all monies, remove our military locations, and arrest these traitors in the legislature, governor, mayors and councils who want this atrocity forced on us. They are cruising for a bruising and too brainless to even think they can get away with this. This is allowing criminals to take over this one Golden State and bring it further down the sewer.


    • blackyb says:

      They will be bringing foreign enemies into their ranks and nations will have a foot hold who are out to destroy this country. We need to take NY and California back now before it is financed into being stable enough to invite more enemies of this country into their ranks and brink weapons in to use against Conservatives, even more than they have. They do Not deserve an inch or millimeter of our country. Take it back or our children and their children will inherit problems more than we have now.


  2. Doyle says:

    Marcus Tullius Cicero has been dead for almost 2,060 years but his quoted words are incredibly wiser, more insightful and more eloquent than the imprudent, scripted words and policies of a politically warped Governor of the State of California in 2017. Lefty progressives are actually dangerously regressive and will destroy or diminish any country or state they are allowed to rule.

    Liked by 21 people

  3. BillRiser says:

    Pick up at the hospitals .. California hepatitis A outbreak is on the verge of reaching statewide epidemic status, as cases have spread through homeless tent cities from San Diego north to Sacramento. Mass unchecked migration always brings disease and death.

    Liked by 15 people

    • DeWalt says:

      For the health and security of the entire nation, California should be quarantined. There fixed that problem. Make them own their decisions.

      Liked by 9 people

      • Blacksmith8 says:

        ouch, that will leave a mark


      • sejmon says:

        Sadly…they maybe need more than quarantine …in Chile- general never ever involved in politics had enough street fights,demonstrations,impotent clowns in Congress so he did military putsch in sept.1973…Luckily we elected naturally born fighter who is willing put firefight with swamp creature…..


    • carrierh says:

      Bill, they have brought in many diseases and some like enterovirus are kills. However Hep A is because they come countries (there are many) with extreme poverty but Hep A does have a vaccine to cure it and not the killers like HepB and HepC both of which can lead to the liver giving up and you die.


    • blackyb says:

      There could only be one reason the leaders of CA would allow this and that is to help destroy this nation and our people. That is treason. Who are all those of treason? What is being done about this federally. That is part of our country that is being turned into a mob for the sake of tearing down this republic.


  4. ICE – and all supporting federal resources – should fight this like a military campaign.

    Concentrate forces on one community at a time, clearing out the most conservative communities first.

    Cut off all avenues of escape except those that feed liberal bastions.

    INCARCERATE the owners of businesses that hired and harbored the illegals … prompting other owners to drop their illegal employees … and converting their operations to Swiss-cheese staffing levels that massively disrupt the supply chains of interdependent companies.

    • Out-of-state companies will immediately have to DROP KALIFORNIA SOURCES to protect their financial viability.

    • In-state companies will be scrambling for survival as their PROFITS DISAPPEAR and WIPE OUT KALIFORNIA’s TAXABLE-INCOME FUNDING.

    Geographically herd and CONCENTRATE the illegals into smaller and smaller geographic areas.

    Liberal communities will be OVERRUN with their favorite people: Jobless and Criminal Illegals.

    Then issue an Executive Order that all Sanctuary States and Sanctuary Cities be audited for “Citizenship Compliance” prior to any further Federal-Benefit Funding, directing that the audits be directed FIRST at the largest targets. This will cut off Federal Funding for all welfare-related programs in California until the audit is completed … with a stay possible in the event that they rescind Sanctuary Laws and FULLY cooperate with ICE.

    The Illegal Invaders of Kalifornia’s most liberal bastions will have only three options to fund their livelihoods: Wealthy-Liberal Charity (an oxymoron), State-Only Welfare Programs (leading to bankruptcy) or Massive-Scale Theft and Robbery (leading to an explosion of anarchy liberals have been cultivating).

    Liked by 13 people

  5. PgtSndThinker says:

    Looked closely at the faces in the artwork of the article. Strangely familiar…like I’ve seen them before on the news…

    Liked by 3 people

  6. Minnie says:

    They just don’t get it and they never will!

    Doofus brigade 😐

    Liked by 3 people

  7. Our own governor putting our lives at risk. I think this is the cherry to go on top of my CCW permit application. You know, for the inevitable lawsuit against the state and chickensh*t sheriffs who block our permit approvals.

    Liked by 7 people

    • redridge45 says:

      Aesop, I’m doing mine tonight; glad I live in a box canyon….
      Sacramento knows what those targeted raids will do, people will go nuts.
      Wonder what else those politicians will pass in the dark of night while us commoners are distracted. So sad, this state.

      Liked by 1 person

      • Cathie says:

        red…wondering if you are applying through your city or through your county sheriff? Tried to find out if my city in LA County was accepting applications and was told no–informed that the application would have to be filed with the County Sheriff.


    • backwoodsgirl123 says:

      Well, look at my comment above! Have you watched “Wisdom of the Crowd”?

      Do you remember when young people were flash mobbing malls and singing and the criminals were flash mobbing and robbing stores?

      Well, now that CA has this law, I do believe that flash mobbing is in order. Those illegals will come out of the woodwork. I wouldn’t be surprised if they even bragged about it!

      You’ll find them in your neighborhood. You’ll find them at work. You’ll find them at the Goodwill and Gas stations, etc.

      It’s time for the people to use the tools at their disposal and make these vermin too paranoid to stay! Don’t know where they live but you know that they are illegal???
      Remember Obama saying, ‘If you see something…say something?” Do it!

      “Do you know this person?”
      “Have you seen this person?”

      Once you have enough information, send it to DHS and ICE, just go around the local officials and let them raid the business or the house where they live!

      Liked by 1 person

  8. Sara c says:

    Can someone explain to me how we get around the sanctuary law and be enabled to arrest and go after violators. Is it the simple difference in Federal vs. State law and that Federal law takes priority? Do the Feds have to sue?

    Liked by 1 person

    • Sara,
      Federal laws trump State law only (ONLY) on the few (FEW) areas the Feds have “exclusive” authority. Check out Article 1, Sec. 8, next to last clause. In all other cases, the States have a co-equal authority. Read the 10th amendment, please!! The need for folks to get constitutionally literate seems so overwhelming at times.

      For example, Art. 1, Sec. 8 gives the federal government authority to deliver the mail, but does not prohibit the States from doing so. Right?

      Accordingly, we have private companies like FedEx and UPS that deliver mail in competition with the federal government.

      Liked by 2 people

      • Hap Hazard says:

        The feds control the states, because they have both express and implied, unstated, powers over the states, even when the Supremacy Clause does not apply (where the feds haven’t expressly “occupied the field” of regulation in an area). But you are right that these matters are often not ever clear, because it comes down to who has the political will and who is willing to devote the resources to fight the fight.

        Usually, it is the states that are more aggressive, and that is certainly the case here in California.


      • Minnie says:

        Handbook: Many come to CTH for enlightenment and many come for camaraderie.

        I can assure you no one comes for obnoxious snark.

        Perhaps those with knowledge could share with a gracious heart, knowing they’re proving important information.

        If not, perhaps one should refrain from responding.

        Have a blessed evening.

        Liked by 2 people

      • belle224 says:

        when a state governor’s action poses a threat to our common good then feds have a cause for action. it could also be considered that these illegals crossed a state line after all and by paying money to be guided in would involve commerce.

        Liked by 1 person

    • Hap Hazard says:

      Federal law supersedes what SB 54 says, but the reality is that the state defends this crap aggressively, and the Feds haven’t really challenged them to date. Every state elected official is pushing DACA, unlimited immigration, driver licenses for illegals, and “motor Voter” laws that register illegals as democrats at the time they pick up their drivers licenses. The Chief Justice of the CA Supreme Court spent all year issuing press releases slamming ICE enforcement at state courthouses. Nearly every day there is a Floor Session in the Legislature, there is a resolution or bill offered criticizing ICE, president Trump, and every one of his policies, from Obamacare repeal to immigration enforcement, the WALL, the “travel bans,” Trump’s “failure” to release his tax returns, and the like.

      The Legislature passed SB 149 (McGuire), which requires presidential candidates to publicly release five years of tax returns before being placed on the ballot here in CA. I don’t know if Brown will sign it in the next week, but it is likely.

      So as to this Sanctuary state bill, I would assume that the feds will have to be the aggressor, because California officials, including the Attorney General (Becerra), will be grandstanding on this issue full time.

      Xavier Becerra is right now out touring the state with Hispanic legislators, extolling the virtues of the new legislation.

      Liked by 4 people

    • mimbler says:

      The feds can go in and enforce any federal laws they choose to.
      The sanctuary states are just making it more difficult by halting the traditional cooperation between law enforcement agencies.
      So instead of the state calling ICE when they receive a prisoner who is an illegal, ICE is having to go in and make raids in residences and workplaces to scoop up illegals that are prioritized for deporting (criminals).
      Bad for ICE and bad for illegals who happen to be in the vicinity when ICE makes a raid. That is what the collateral arrest comment is referring to.

      Liked by 4 people

    • backwoodsgirl123 says:

      See my post directly above yours! I just came up with a wonderfully, simple idea!


    • andi lee says:

      attached below, is a 13:55 minute video, on why / how *learning, studying, understanding* OUR 3 Founding Documents, is of *critical* importance.

      USG v Cox-Kettler.
      This case is in Kansas, where, the State of Kansas, passed the ‘Second Amendment Protection Act’. Fascinating case of supremacy overreach.

      Short story:
      Kansan’ Shane Cox owns a gun store; is a gunsmith; fabricates / manufactures parts, accessories, silencers, etc.

      Kansan’ Jeremy Kettler puchased a Cox silencer, demonstrated a review of the product via video, and made the review public. (Assuming, on a public platform, like, YouTube).

      The Feds came in: violated *civil liberties*, arrested both gentlemen on numerous federal firearm laws (and / or policies?), ignoring Kansas State Law, prohibiting federal jurisdiction within Kansas State borders on their States’, 2nd Amdmt protection act.

      Note: Sheriff Mack is there, too, who has already fought & won a gov overreach / supremacy case!


  9. LafnH20 says:

    Don’t look now, but traffic congestion in the LA basin and S.F. Bay area has become an issue in the last 2-3 weeks!!
    It has not gone unnoticed by local commuters\ Commercial vehicles.

    Becoming problematic getting business done!!!

    Unintended consequence!!

    Liked by 1 person

  10. jbrickley says:

    Hmm, a convoy of ICE vehicles bumper to bumper on the highway, driving by the Sacremento state offices and governor’s mansion would send a message. Then drive circles around the largest employers of illegals. Wherever there is a Home Depot do a drive by.

    That alone will rattle their knoggins…

    Liked by 1 person

  11. sunnydaze says:

    Awesome backfire.

    Now , if Ca. really really wants to have illegal workers r/t legal ones, let it’s Dem reps. go before Congress and explain why they are so needed, above legal American workers.

    Try to change the Federal Laws, CA., out front and in the open. See how that goes over with your constituents.

    Liked by 1 person

    • jmclever says:

      EEOC rules and antidiscrimination law make it difficult for employers to be held accountable to immigration law but wildly lible for violating the civil rights of illegals. CA has put businesses in a huge bind.

      Liked by 1 person

      • cdquarles says:

        Exactly, though I’d say that EEOC rules and antidiscrimination laws that preclude businesses from having affirmative defenses in addition to immigration cases put them in a huge bind.


  12. Mia C says:

    I love our president. I swear I feel like we’re winning.

    Liked by 6 people

  13. jbrickley says:

    Conduct a raid on the biggest employers all at the same time, drop a dime to the media. Round up all the illegals in the parking lot for the camera’s and instead of loading the employees on busses frog march the owners and managers and HR workers onto a couple of busses take all the computer and paper records. Use a bullhorn to address the employees standing in the parking lot in Spanish. If you are not a US citizen you no longer work here, those that hired you will be prosecuted to the full extent of the law. It is in your own best interests to leave the borders of the United States of America. We know who you are and where you live. We give you 90 days before we come for you. You can thank Governor Jerry Brown for these actions, we wanted to do things the easy way. Then turn around and face the media with a press announcement. If you knowingly employ illegal alien workers we are coming for you next, that is all. Then drive away into the sunset with no more discussion with the media.

    Problem solved. Absolute chaos ensues. At every opportunity throw it back in the face of California leadership. Well if the Governor Jerry Brown had not passed SB54 then ICE wouldn’t be forced to use these aggressive measures. Next topic, no, no more questions on the sanctuary State of California. Next topic.

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  14. Drive by the farms in the Central Valley any day and it’s clear people working in the fields are illegals. Low hanging fruit right there.

    Liked by 1 person

  15. kinthenorthwest says:

    Without federal funds how will Calif support the high cost of the illegals.

    Illegal Immigration Costs California $30.3 Billion A Year—17.7% Of State Budget

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  16. Daniel says:

    This action factually endangers the lives of many both legal and illegal. California could have allowed the federal government to more selectively go after known dangerous people but now they cannot be quite as selective. And these types of raids are more chaotic and dangerous. Many will choose to arm themselves and this will result in gun battles.

    This situation has necessitated escalation.

    …and the media will blame the feds, not the state of California.

    Liked by 2 people

    • G. Combs says:

      At this point who cares? The media is ALWAYS blaming Trump. If chaos ensues then declare martial law.

      The Commies COUNT on bad optics to get their way. Caving in to them every single time is what got us to this point. If we do not fight now we will never ever be able to clean this mess up and we will enter another Dark Ages.

      It is time to grow a pair and we already know President Trump’s are titanium.

      Liked by 5 people

  17. emet says:

    Who protects California agriculture from foreign pests? CBP-A’s (Federal agruculture inspectors) at air, sea, land ports of entry. Hope POTUS sends Briown a bill for this service. Who enforces California wine/liquor licencinf on foreign imports? Yep CBP (Customs). Send another bill for services. Who helps the California FTB collect state income tax? IRS. Another bill. Who helps the California FTB collect their user tax? CBP (Customs). Another another bill. This could get expensive, no?

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  18. G. Combs says:

    The federal government Trumps😁 the state government when it comes to immigration and illegals.



    Throughout the history of the United States the Supreme Court has upheld all manner of federal statutes regulating immigration. By contrast, Supreme Court decisions preclude states from passing legislation that directly impinges on this area of federal dominion. The Supreme Court’s basis for action is clear when the area regulated is naturalization. Article 1, § 8, clause 4, of the United States Constitution specifically grants Congress the power to establish a “uniform Rule of Naturalization.” By expressly allocating this power to Congress, the Constitution prevents the confusion that would result if individual states could bestow citizenship. The Constitution does not, however, explicitly provide that the power to deny admission or remove non-citizens rests with the federal government as opposed to state governments. Hence, in the early immigration cases the Supreme Court faced the problem of identifying the source of the federal government’s exclusive and plenary power over immigration. Later cases found the plenary power to be an inherent sovereign power….

    § 2-1.3 National Sovereignty
    The Court eventually found the source of the federal power to regulate immigration in a combination of international and constitutional legal principles. The Chinese Exclusion Case (Sup.Ct.1889) was the first case to hold that the federal power to exclude non-citizens is an incident of national sovereignty. The Court reasoned that every national government has the inherent authority to protect the national public interest. Immigration is a matter of vital national concern. Furthermore, it is the role of the federal government to oversee matters of national concern, while it is the province of the states to govern local matters. Therefore, the Court found that the inherent sovereign power to regulate immigration clearly resides in the federal government. Subsequent cases reinforced national sovereignty as the source of federal power to control immigration and consistently reasserted the plenary and unqualified scope of this power. Fong Yue Ting v. United States (Sup.Ct.1893) explicitly held that the power to expel or deport (now “remove”) non-citizens rests upon the same ground as the exclusion power and is equally “absolute and unqualified.”[..]

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  19. freddy says:

    Like many others I live in So cal and man what a ride since the late 70’s. Last week I went back to work…hospitality….I’m the only white guy out of like 100….99% Hispanic and it’s run their way . The main boss is also white. When you hear them say everybody here does everything we are a team and help each other till it’s all done. RUN…It’s the socialist job site cause the slackers reign as they know no one can go home till the job is done… The big boss makes a bonus on saving labor cost……..I’ll be gone soon. My little hood is full of Hispanics and lots of kids now. The Hispanic crime rate is 85% here now and hard stuff………….Thats what it’s like over here in the inland empire……

    Liked by 5 people

  20. Trumppin says:

    So basically California seceded the United States… Build a wall and cut the cash cow free

    Liked by 2 people

    • Sayit2016 says:

      With respect– that is not a viable solution. For decades Ca fed this country it was the bread basket for the country. Yes, there are massive problems here, as a native Californian I have personally seen the damage liberals have inflicted on this beautiful state. It is sickening.

      When President Trump said MAGA– that included California. There are many good conservatives in this state- that have voted to overturn idiotic lib laws only to have liberal Judges overturn those votes.

      We are to come together as a COUNTRY anything else is divisive.

      Liked by 1 person

      • Shinmen Takezo says:

        This map shown above is very, very generous with the blue and purple.
        Actually deduct all the purple, and then shrink the red down by 25% at the least–this will give you the real picture of Califorinia.


  21. franker01 says:

    This may have been covered but how is this all going to play out when some little Fed Judge in Hawaii or somewhere says NO?
    Maybe I’m missing something?

    Liked by 1 person

  22. Donna in Oregon says:

    Conservative Native Californians were driven out long ago. It will take years to remove just the criminal enterprises. There is the Russian Mob, the Eastern European mobsters, the Mexican Cartels, the Chinese Triads, ISIS, al Qaeda, Daesh, Hamas, Hezbollah, Afghan gangs, Armenian Mob and on and on.

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  23. Brilliant illustration! #MAGA

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  24. i live in ca and all i can say i thank you so much Mr. President. If the feds go after the illegal employers the problem will dry up overnight. Throw a few assholes in jail , a couple dozen
    Fedex, and other last mile delivery CEO’s, some large restaurant chain execs, and a few contractors and other retail employers, you could get the job done for 200 grand. There’d be dancing in the streets, as our citizens became employable, able to afford owning homes and beginning to regain self respecting lifestyles. What the Democratic party has done to African Americans, and other minorities via illegal immigration is CRIMINAL, not to mention how unAmerican can you be to create a sub class of non-citizens, who are good enough to pick your cotton, or lettuce, or kids from school, and buy your groceries, but the can not redress their gov’t or have any real representation. It’s a disgrace. California’s establishment is a disgrace. Both parties…IMHO Thank you President Trump. PS: why think small? Time to start a NEW political party. One word from you and you’d have 175 million strong speaking with one voice.


  25. 10buck2 says:

    Good for ICE!! I just hope they dont contract hepatitis A while in CA.

    Heard it’s an epidemic now…

    Not good.

    Liked by 1 person

  26. Laura Wesselmann says:

    Please declare martial law and arrest Brown, DeLeon, Garcetti, Falconer, Bercerra, L.A.Police Chief and every other seditious government hack in this state. California needs nothing short of the National Guard and a flotilla of paddy wagons. I’m begging you Jeff Sessions.

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  27. coloradotennisfan says:

    Please come to Denver with the snowfall.
    The creepy Denver city council passed an insurrection ordinance.
    Detain all of the illegals and arrest the city council.
    ICE please come to Denver to stop this Democrat insurrection and lawlessness.


  28. andi lee says:

    One thing of great import I learned from the Senate’s hearing, ‘DACA Decision’, last week, is the *USICS* is STILL UNDER OBAMA’s 2012 POLICY! (Huh. Imagine that. [They] changed the ‘title’ of their hearing. Why would the ‘Senate’ do that, when we’re, 10-months later, *still waiting*, for nominees to be approved? Shame on Congress!).

    ~Chairman Grassley, Sen. Cornyn, CAN you hear me now?


  29. wodiej says:

    The illegals and violent gangs are laughing at Brown for they care nothing about him nor have any loyalty to him. They are using him to get what they want and that is control of the state.

    Love the Marcus quote.


    • ruffsoft says:

      Governor Brown had a brilliants success as governor back then, and his current tenure has brought California from deep deficits to large surpluses. He has twice, separated by many years, been the most successful governor in the country. That’s why the yahoos mock him.

      BTW, ‘illegals’ are the law abiding population, with 50% lower crime rate, according to the Federal Bureau of Prisons: they work hard and stay out of trouble. They are our neighbors (the average “illegal” has lived her for over 12 years, has no criminal record, and has US citizen children) and as Jesus taught, we love them and we will protect them.

      The new state laws do not effect those charged or convicted of crimes, so the ICE comments are merely propaganda. A leaked memo told local ICE officials to play up the 1 or 2 who might be criminals in these roundups, and if there was only one, add one from another round up. This is pure theater, ugly and fascist to the bone.

      We will protect our neighbors who are a vital part of the social fabric of our most advanced state, with the most successful governor. Mock on….it’s really sour grapes!


  30. yakmaster2 says:

    More workplace raids in California? Well, put THAT in you doobie roll up paper and smoke it Jerry Brown. 😀


  31. jmclever says:

    Sanctuary state or city equals fish in a barrel for ICE.


  32. Bob Thoms says:

    Arrest warrants for elected officials who openly defy federal laws and statues.

    About time we have this battle.

    Here me AG Sessions, our nations turns it lonely eyes to you.


  33. ledygrey says:

    I know a vineyard owner on the central coast (halfway between SF & LA) who fully complies with the Fed & state regs requiring workers to be properly documented. The problem is that he has no way of knowing whether the documents workers provide are forged or not. The workers can go to Santa Maria and for maybe $150 get forged papers that are so good that it is impossible for the employer to know the difference. The owner makes/keeps copies of the worker’s documents for submission. It is impossible to tell from a photocopy if it is forged or not…


    • AMK says:

      E-verify with a picture ID and associated paperwork will absolve the owner. I’m a state licensed, board certified doctor but I still have to E-verify if looking for a job. Show your paperwork or STFU!


      • cdquarles says:

        Hopefully, that means E-verify has become an affirmative defense. If so, great! Back when I was running my own business, I knew of cases where doing any such background check was not allowed to be used as an affirmative defense in EEOC actions.


  34. Shinmen Takezo says:

    Thank you Mr. President for this brilliant move!
    Thank you, thank you.

    This kinda’ immigration enforcement has not been serious like this announcement since the 60’s and 70’s when open, high-profile raids were common.

    It’s time to bring back the large sweeps–on employers and large gatherings.
    The one raid that needs to take place is in the Los Angeles downtown garment district.

    Surround a couple of blocks of this area with several hundred ICE agents and then go business to business–but be sure to bring along several trains a boxcars at the ready to hold all the illegals you scoop up.

    Round up those illegals milling in front of a few Home Depots in a very public manner (let the TV cameras come along) I say.

    Go through the Korean and Chinese districts–to grab to gooks who have overstayed their visas and are now working here illegally.

    Once you do this–it will immedaitely start a stampeed of self-deporting individuals both heading south and into the international airports.

    President Trump should declare that any individual or family who leaves voluntarily can keep their belongings and earned incomes without fear of confiscation… and this will definately provoke the largest mass re-immigration in the history of this country.

    As a resident of California–I am sick of all the Hispanic gang crime and Anti-white hate from these scum who are nothing more than parasites. For evey dollar they earn, it costs the taxpayers five dollars in tax support (health care, welfare, etc.) to support these leeches.

    Jeb Bush–go stick these people up your flatulent ass!!!


    • ruffsoft says:

      The average immigant denied legal status has been here over 12 years, is employed, has no criminal record,and has US citizen children. Love thy neighbor or go to hell.


  35. Yggdrasil says:

    It remains to be seen if the Trump Admonistration follows through on its threat. It also remains to be seen if the Republican controlled Congress gives ICE the funding it needs for this. Frankly, I’m not holding my breath waiting for either of these things to happen.


  36. This problem can be solved very easily. Pass a Federal law making “being in the country illegally” a felony. Currently, once you get a certain distance over the border (I think it’s 50 miles) it becomes a civil offense. This will make anyone helping illegals, a criminal. The Republicans tried this years ago and the democrats about flipped out. They know it will work. Let’s do it!


  37. Robert W. says:

    Citizens have as much power as police. We just do not carry arms for enforcement as they do. Citizen’s arrest. Easier than it sounds I know. Stay strong California conservatives. I have relatives out there. They voted Bernie Sanders. I give ’em hell every chance I get, they hate me right now. Keep trying to educate those idiots, don’t give up, never give up! MAGA!


  38. ruffsoft says:

    MAGA MAGGOTs! Go Team.


  39. sukietawdry says:

    Why bother? Let California stew in its own illegal alien juice. Treat its state lines as you would the border and nab any illegal trying to cross to Oregon, Nevada or Arizona. If the rest of the states are lucky, their illegal populations will flock to the California sanctuary.


  40. Larry JNones says:

    The Feds should have cracked down on American companies years ago when they discovered they could screw lawful citizens out of jobs and replace themj with illegals now numbering around 40 million. It goes without saying, the way to fix this sanctuary state is to send in lots of armed federal troops with authority to round up on sight anybody who even lookis like they don’t belong here. Home Depot and Loew’s are hugely anti American and have been f’ing hones Americans out of jobs for years now. Time for their CEO’s to be incarcerated along with the illegals ICE will be picking up along with mayors of all sanctuary cities like L.A. and San Fransicko. That is where ICE needs to focus its efforts. Sanctuary cities are magnets for lowlifes, criminals, jailed prisoners who were released into our midst sithout our permission to endanger the lives of us and our families. ARREST ALL OF THESE SONS OF BITCHES.


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