Donald Trump ‘CNN Lied’: 276 Taxpayer Funded ‘Sanctuary Cities’ Released 17,000 Illegal Criminals [Video]

Donald Trump ‘CNN Lied’: 276 Taxpayer Funded ‘Sanctuary Cities’ Released 17,000 Illegal Criminals [Video]

Trump reduces CNN to outright lying. There are 276 taxpayer funded, protected ‘sanctuary cities’ that let 8,145 illegal offenders free in just 8 months, 17,000 total to date. Many of them had criminal records and were set free to prey on American citizens.

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Because he’s a left-wing propagandist working for a left-wing propaganda outlet, CNN New Day anchor Chris Cuomo told the world today that sanctuary cities don’t exist. The description is a “misnomer,” Cuomo said. “They are not safe havens,” Cuomo added, “It’s about how they follow the [immigration law] process,” Breitbart reported.

The debate over “sanctuary cities” is heating up in the presidential race as well as in Congress. Donald Trump was first to weigh in, blaming an unsecured border for the killing of Kate Steinle in San Francisco on July 1.

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These sanctuaries have free rein to ignore detainers by ending the successful Secure Communities program and replacing it with the Priority Enforcement Program. This new program explicitly allows local agencies to disregard ICE notifications of deportable aliens in their custody by replacing detainers with ‘requests for notification.’

Instead of turning illegal immigrants facing criminal charges over to ICE under its “detainer” rule, the sanctuaries are permitted to ignore the request and in many cases let the illegal’s go.

Days after Mexican illegal Francisco Sanchez murdered Kathryn Steinle in San Francisco, the Center for Immigration studies published a highly-detailed map revealing the counties, cities, and even entire states where officials defy U.S. immigration law and set up ‘sanctuaries’ for criminal illegal’s.

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Center for Immigration Studies released this report:

More than 276 cities, counties and states across the United States are considered sanctuary cities. These state and local jurisdictions have policies, laws, executive orders, or regulations allowing them to avoid cooperating with federal immigration law enforcement authorities.

These “cities” ignore federal law authorizing U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) to administratively deport illegal aliens without seeking criminal warrants or convictions from federal, state, or local courts. Although federal law requires the cooperation, the Department of Justice has never sued or taken any measure, including denying federal funds, against a jurisdiction.

On the contrary, the present administration has made it difficult for the states and localities which choose to aid in enforcing immigration laws. Federal law was labelled voluntary by the administration in a November 2014 policy memorandum signed by the Homeland Security Secretary.

The report revealed that different jurisdictions use different means to protect illegal aliens from lawful deportation.

Read the full report here.

The Washington Examiner reported:

Author Jessica M. Vaughan, director of policy studies for the center, also reported that many of those illegal’s have been rearrested after their release and charged with nearly 7,500 new charges, including child sex abuse.

The report, titled “Ignoring Detainers, Endangering Communities State/local agencies release criminals rather than obey law,” provided to Secrets, is expected to fuel U.S. anger over sanctuary cities and the murder by one freed illegal of a San Francisco woman earlier this month.

“The Obama administration has given sanctuaries free rein to ignore detainers by ending the successful Secure Communities program and replacing it with the Priority Enforcement Program. This new program explicitly allows local agencies to disregard ICE notifications of deportable aliens in their custody by replacing detainers with ‘requests for notification,'” wrote Vaughan.

The majority, 5,132, had past criminal records, like Juan Francisco Lopez-Sanchez, the illegal previously deported five times and now charged with murdering 32-year-old Kate Steinle. Of those, 2,984 had a prior felony conviction or charge.

And, 1,867 offenders who were released were re-arrested, accumulating 7,491 new charges, including child sex abuse. Vaughan’s report found that 10 percent of the new charges involved dangerous drugs and seven percent were for driving under the influence of alcohol.

In her report, Vaughan further highlighted six instance of serious crimes committed by criminal immigrants ICE sought to apprehend via a detainer but who were released by sanctuary jurisdictions.

-Santa Clara County, Calif.: On April 14, 2014, an individual with nine previous convictions (including seven felonies) and a prior removal was arrested for “first degree burglary” and “felony resisting an officer causing death or significant bodily injury”. Following release, the individual was arrested for a controlled substance crime.

-Los Angeles, Calif.: On April 6, 2014, an alien was arrested for “felony continuous sexual abuse of a child”. After release, the alien was arrested for “felony sodomy of a victim under 10 years old”.

-San Francisco, Calif.: On March 19, 2014, an illegal alien with two prior deportations was arrested for “felony second degree robbery, felony conspiracy to commit a crime, and felony possession of a narcotic controlled substance”, After release, the alien was again arrested for “felony rape with force or fear”, “felony sexual penetration with force”, “felony false imprisonment”, witness intimidation, and other charges.

-San Mateo County, Calif.: On February 16, 2014, an individual was arrested for “felony lewd or lascivious acts with a child under 14″. In addition, the alien had a prior DUI conviction. Following release by the local agency, the individual was arrested for three counts of “felony oral copulation with a victim under 10″ and two counts of “felony lewd or lascivious acts with a child under 14”.

-Miami Beach, Fla.: On December 19, 2013, the police department arrested an alien for felony grand theft. This alien had been ordered removed (and presumably absconded) in 2009. The alien also had prior convictions for strong-arm robbery, cocaine possession, larceny, trespassing, theft, marijuana possession, and resisting an officer. After release by the local agency, the alien was arrested on two separate occasions; once for “aggravated assault with a weapon and larceny” and once for “under the influence of a controlled substance”.

-Santa Clara County, Calif.: On November 7, 2013, an alien was arrested (and later convicted) for “felony grand theft and felony dealing with stolen property”. This alien had been ordered removed in 2010 (again, a likely absconder). The alien also had prior felony and misdemeanor convictions for narcotic possession, theft, receiving stolen property, illegal entry, and other crimes. After release by local authorities, the alien was arrested for “felony resisting an officer causing death or severe bodily injury” and “felony first degree burglary”.

According to Vaughan, lawmakers should ensure that complying with federal immigration law is not optional.

Obama is not only inviting thousands of illegal aliens with criminal records into the U.S., he is protecting them, and allowing them to stay, and they are victimizing, and killing American citizens on a daily basis.

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ICE should not need Congress to order these ‘Obama sanctuaries’ to adhere to the law. 

U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) is an American federal law enforcement agency under the United States Department of Homeland Security (DHS), responsible for identifying, investigating, and dismantling vulnerabilities regarding the nation’s border, economic, transportation, and infrastructure security. ICE has two primary components: Homeland Security Investigations (HSI) and Enforcement and Removal Operations (ERO). Headquartered in Washington, D.C., ICE is charged with the investigation and enforcement of over 400 federal statutes within the United States, and maintains attachés at major U.S. embassies overseas.

ICE is led by a Director who is appointed at the sub-Cabinet level by the President of the United States, confirmed by the Senate, and reports directly to the Secretary of Homeland Security.[1][2] ICE is the second largest criminal investigative agency in the U.S. government, following the FBI.[3]

In the video, Rep. Pete King said that Congress must address ‘sanctuary cities.’ Problem being, with the borders open, the damage is already done, and by the time Congress reviews this, and makes a ruling, thousands more illegal criminals will be set free.

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