Many in law enforcement oppose Kevin De León's 'Sanctuary State Bill'

SB 54 is Kevin De León's dangerous plan to turn California into a sanctuary state.  It would ban local and state law enforcement, including school police and security, from using their resources to detain, investigate, report, or arrest people for immigration enforcement.

How f**ked up is that?  Criminals get let off the hook so they can do whatever they want to do, while we pay taxes for the stuff they use.

SB 54 also protects illegals' personal information, requiring state agencies to ensure they're only collecting necessary information.

So, what's the point of having laws anymore?!  Seriously!  Law enforcement can't even do its job in this state because our cow fart-filled leaders value criminals over everybody else.

At a news conference last week, Sacramento County Sheriff Scott Jones expressed his concerns over SB 54:

“If [Senate Bill] 54 passes, it will allow dangerous, violent career criminals to slip through the cracks and be released back into our communities."

He's absolutely right.  Remember what happened to Kate Steinle?  Remember how many times her killer had been deported and made his way back into the country?

More of that kind of violence will happen.

If we become a sanctuary state, and if Trump decides to pull federal funding, law enforcement will have it even worse because they'll lose millions of dollars in federal contracts to house immigrant detainees.

So illegal criminals will slip their way out of arrests and deportation no problem.

What makes SB 54 and Kevin De León even more slimy is that the bill is called "The California Values Act."

What kind of a twisted name is that?

If you want to join us in the fight against SB 54, click here to sign Sen. Joel Anderson's petition.

Read more at the L.A. Times.

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