Attorney General Jeff Sessions flew ALL the way to California! And he spoke to the 26th Annual Law Enforcement Legislative Day Hosted by the California Peace Officers’ Association.
Sessions is smacking down the California elected officials who are protecting illegal aliens!
Sessions did not hold back, he started his speech with this about sanctuary cities!
“It’s a rejection of law. And it creates an open border system. It’s the only way it can be described. And open borders is a radical, irrational idea, that cannot be accepted. The American people will not accept it. And the United States of America is not some ‘ideal’. It’s a secular nation state. With a Constitution. With Laws…with borders. All of which, are designed to protect our Nations’s interests.”
Additionally, Jeff Session’s went on to say with great power:
“But California. We have a problem.”
Sessions specifically called out Oakland Mayor Libby Schaaf. Mayor Schaaf is the one who warned illegal aliens of ICE’s arrival. And by doing so she not only put violent criminals back on the streets, she also endangered the lives of law enforcement. Not cool, Libby, not cool. This is what AG Sessions had to say about it! He looked directly into the camera and said,
“So here’s my message to Mayor Schaaf: “How dare you! How dare you needlessly endanger the lives of our law enforcement officers to promote a radical, open borders agenda!”
You tell California AG Sessions! To watch Attorney General Jeff Session’s speech in full, see video below.
Fox News tweeted the following statement and video.
— Fox News (@FoxNews) March 7, 2018
But the AG didn’t stop there! He kept going! All of this after DOJ filed a lawsuit against California yeterday!
He said, “Stop treating immigration agents differently of everybody else for the purpose of eviscerating border & immigration laws and advancing an open borders philosophy shared by only a few, the most radical extremists. Stop protecting lawbreakers.”
In closing, who is actually happy Session’s is smacking down on California’s nonsense? And who would still like to see him open up a second special counsel on the FISA abuse? Drop a comment below. We would like to know what you are thinking about all of this.