GOV SIGNS MOST STRICT IMMIGRATION LAW IN PUBLIC CEREMONY LIVE ON FACEBOOK

Posted on June 15, 2019


The Revolutionary Act: “DeSantis today signed Senate Bill 168 requiring Florida law enforcement officials and governmental entities to honor federal “immigration detainer” requests that ask a law enforcement agency to detain someone on probable cause that they can be removed from the country under federal immigration laws. That is, they are here illegally and will be sent home. Because law enforcement is holding them, that means they either have or are accused of committing crimes beyond illegal entry into the U.S.”


AP

“In sanctuary cities around the nation, law officers cannot hold them for Immigration officials, but must release them back into the population.
The new law prohibits local officials from implementing any sort of “sanctuary” policies, which problematically had previously not been defined in state law, and gives the governor the authority to remove officials from office if they do not comply with the law.
That is a powerful strong law.
Despite the media talking about how the law is “controversial” — mostly in newsrooms and Democratic headquarters — DeSantis and team created a huge, public signing ceremony, live-streamed it on Facebook and had a lot of those involved present. U.S. Rep. Matt Gaetz, who represents Okaloosa County, where the bill-signing took place, and bill sponsor state Sen. Joe Gruters, of Sarasota, also the chairman of the Republican Party of Florida, joined at the event.”

Hot Air last May: Hot Air: “Thanks to some strong pushback from Governor Ron DeSantis, a loyal Trump supporter, the city of San Diego became the latest destination. With record numbers of people apprehended at the southern border, the Trump administration decided to relieve the overcrowding of detention centers at the border and fly detainees to other places. …
Then a plan was discussed to fly migrants, mostly families, to Broward and Palm Beach counties in Florida. Those two county governments, run by Democrats, were not happy with the burdens presented with that decision. The governor was angry and pushed back. Governor DeSantis, a former congressman, blamed Congress for the problems in the immigration policy and the Border Patrol for the decision. He didn’t place any blame on President Trump. …
Customs and Border Protection (CBP) have begun flying migrant families from the Rio Grande Valley to San Diego, California.”






Revolutionary Act: Florida Just Passed The Toughest Sanctuary City Ban In The Nation
BORDER PATROL SENDING ILLEGALS TO SANCTUARY CITY: ANOTHER STATE PARTICIPATES

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