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Immigration and Customs Enforcement agents made arrests in California courthouses on Tuesday, causing outrage on the left.

The Associated Press (the same entity that worked hand in glove with the previous administration to railroad Paul Manafort) reported:

U.S. immigration agents arrested two people at a Northern California courthouse, including a man detained in a hallway on his way to a hearing, flouting a new state law requiring a judicial warrant to make immigration arrests inside such facilities.

Immigration and Customs Enforcement agents made the arrests Tuesday at Sonoma County Superior Court, prompting an outcry from criminal justice and court officials who said the action undermines local authority and deters immigrants who are in the country illegally from participating in the U.S. justice system.

ICE said California’s law doesn’t supersede federal law and “will not govern the conduct of federal officers acting pursuant to duly-enacted laws passed by Congress that provide the authority to make administrative arrests of removable aliens inside the United States.”

“Our officers will not have their hands tied by sanctuary rules when enforcing immigration laws to remove criminal aliens from our communities,” David Jennings, ICE’s field office director in San Francisco, said in the statement.

California is one of several states that have passed laws to push back on a Trump administration policy introduced two years ago to make immigration arrests inside courthouses. Last year, California Gov. Gavin Newsom signed a law to prohibit immigration arrests at courthouses without a warrant issued by a judge.

The arrests in Sonoma County came days after U.S. Customs and Border Protection officials announced the agency will participate in ICE’s escalating immigration enforcement across the country in jurisdictions with sanctuary policies such as California and San Francisco.

Sonoma County District Attorney Jill Ravitch, Public Defender Kathleen Pozzi and San Francisco District Attorney Chesa Boudin [Offspring of a terrorist] condemned the arrests for undermining public safety. Sonoma County counsel Bruce Goldstein called ICE’s actions “lawless” because the agents had no warrants.

[That certainly seems like a lie. How could they make the arrests without warrants?]

“It’s now going to put total fear in the community,” Pozzi said in an interview with the Press Democrat. “People aren’t going to come to court. Victims will refuse to show up. Witnesses will refuse to show up … cases will have to get dismissed.”


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I can't begin to tell you how surprised I was to read this in the paper yesterday. Sonoma County must have been surprised as hell when the arrests took place in their own courthouse. ICE also attempted to make another arrest at a private residence which really put everyone up in arms.

As for District Attorney Ravitch, enforcing the law does not undermine the Public Safety. Turning a blind eye to criminal behavior does!
 

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To add one more point. While this is just a first step in bringing law and order back to Sonoma County, this was a big first step in the right direction. Thank you ICE for letting us know that you are willing to do what it takes despite the silly political correct leadership that has put is in danger for so long.
 

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Wow tax free tampons and diapers that’s really going to solve the homelessness, drug and alcohol abuse and crime problems in California.
Now I have to ask, are the tampons tax free for real women or only the freaks with a penis that think they are a woman?
 

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Great to hear the Federal Government is not recognizing this sanctuary state, clown show, BS that Newsome & his boy, Javier, are pushing. If all goes well & Trump gets elected again, Newsome & Javier better sleep with one eye open, big Daddy is going to be on the hunt for those two ass hats.
 

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ICE said California’s law doesn’t supersede federal law and “will not govern the conduct of federal officers acting pursuant to duly-enacted laws passed by Congress that provide the authority to make administrative arrests of removable aliens inside the United States.
It's that little thing called "the Superemecy Clause", written on an old piece of parchment that is kept at the national archives, just down the street from the Capital Building in Washington.
 
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