Since Attorney General, Jeff Sessions was appointed to the role, the Liberal media have been in an uproar about his hardline stance on crime and Sanctuary Cities. Sessions has repeatedly called for a toughening up on not only cooperation with ICE, but also on sentencing of migrants; he said:“Just the other day it was reported that a local prosecutor in California went so far as to intentionally lower violent and heinous domestic abuse charges against a repeat offender so that the abuser wouldn’t be deported.”
And the case he pointed out is not an isolated event. The recent killing of two doctors in Boston has caught the world’s attention, but what has been largely ignored by the press is that he should have already been either locked up or deported. Bampumim Teixeira comes from West Africa and has already served time in the US for bank heists. During his sentencing, he pleaded guilty to other charges and the Liberal Judge sentenced hin to only 364 days. This was a calculated move to protect hi immigration status…If he had been sentenced to JUST ONE MORE DAY he would have been deported and those two doctors would still be alive.
Sessions is leading the charge against making sentences fairer and not positively discriminating in favour of migrants. He is also working hard to get Trump’s border wall off the ground; with suggestions that it will begin in late summer. He is a major law and order AG, especially when compared with former AG, Loretta Lynch, who appears to have been complicit in trying to cover up Hillary Clinton’s email scandal and coercing ow fired FBI Director, James Comey into referring to the investigation only as a “matter”
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Attorney General Jeff Sessions warned sanctuary cities Friday that “enough is enough,” hours after the Justice Department sent letters to nine sanctuary jurisdictions giving them until June 30 to justify why they are not in violation of federal law by forcing law enforcement to release criminal aliens.
The Justice Department sent the letters to the state of California, as well as the cities of Chicago, New Orleans, New York and Philadelphia, and Clark County, Nevada, Cook County, Illinois, Miami-Dade County, Florida, and Milwaukee County, Wisconsin — all of which are jurisdictions former President Barack Obama identified as potentially violating the law, Sessions said.
Sessions made the comments in San Diego as he and Homeland Security Secretary John Kelly tour the U.S.-Mexico border to determine ways to boost border security.
“Sanctuary jurisdictions put known gang members back on the streets to rejoin the West Side gang in Escondido,” Sessions said while flanked by Kelly and Wisconsin Republican Sen. Ron Johnson, chairman of the Senate Committee on Homeland Security and Governmental Affairs. “Just the other day it was reported that a local prosecutor in California went so far as to intentionally lower violent and heinous domestic abuse charges against a repeat offender so that the abuser wouldn’t be deported.”
“Think about the message that sends: If you are an alien and you commit domestic violence, you will get special treatment,” Sessions added. “Prosecutors will charge you with a lesser crime so you can stay in the country. Enough is enough.”
The top federal prosecutor said he hopes officials in California change their minds.
“We’d like our cities that are being tempted by this sanctuary ideology to reevaluate what they’re doing,” Sessions said.
Sanctuary cities — cities which refuse to cooperate with federal deportation officials upon arresting suspects whose legal status is in question — became a central issue in American politics in 2015 after an illegal immigrant and convicted felon who had been deported five times murdered 32-year-old Kate Steinle in San Francisco. President Donald Trump has promised to crack down on sanctuary cities.
Johnson expressed his thanks to federal law enforcement officers who protect the border, and assailed gang members in American communities as “some of the most evil and barbaric people on the planet.”
“There’s a new administration in town, a new administration that’s going to enforce our laws,” Johnson said.
Sesssions and Kelly both expressed their committment to securing the border. In an interview with Fox News on Thursday, Kelly said the border wall would move forward “by the end of summer.”
Sessions also stood by comments he made earlier this week, when he said he was “amazed” that an “island” judge could overturn the president, referring to the Hawaii district court judge who blocked Mr. Trump’s travel ban. Many speculated that Sessions’ statement made it sound as if Hawaii isn’t a part of the U.S.
“His judgment will be reversed,” Sessions said.
H/T: CBS News