California’s radical Attorney General Xavier Becerra traveled to San Diego on September 20 to announce a lawsuit he will file against the Trump administration over its plan to begin construction of a wall along the Mexican border in San Diego and Imperial counties.
On Friday, a federal judge in Chicago ruled that the Department of Justice cannot withhold federal law enforcement grants to sanctuary cities, dealing yet another blow to the Trump administration’s efforts to rein in illegal immigration and protect the borders.
Representative Nancy Pelosi (D-Calif.) and Senator Chuck Schumer (D-N.Y.) claimed President Trump said he would enshrine into law the DACA protections from deportation for 700,000 young illegal aliens.
The city council of College Park, Maryland, has approved by a 4-3 vote a measure to allow resident non-citizens, including illegal aliens, to vote in local elections.
Supreme Court Justice Anthony Kennedy issued an order on September 11 that stayed a ruling by the Ninth Circuit Appeals Court that limited the Trump travel ban.
The attorneys general of 15 states and the District of Columbia filed a lawsuit on September 6 in the U.S. District Court, Eastern District of New York to block the Trump administration from terminating the DACA program, which protects young people brought to this country by illegal alien parents from deportation.
Trump's pardon of Sheriff Joe sends a signal to anyone in immigration enforcement that there's a new sheriff in town.
The issue is clear: harbor illegals or deport them. Attorney General Jeff Sessions and Chicago Mayor Rahm Emanuel are raising the noise level in their rhetoric.
It's likely that Chicago's lawsuit against Attorney General Jeff Sessions won't be taken seriously, unless the judge in the case has his own agenda, because the lawsuit is loaded with illogic and inconsistencies.