Tragic Death Shows Sanctuary Cities Promote Lawless Anarchy

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[vc_row][vc_column][vc_column_text]Sanctuary city is another term for lawless anarchy.

[/vc_column_text][banner300 banner=”5517620b381df”][vc_column_text]Kathryn Steinle did not have to die. Her accused murderer in San Francisco had been deported back to Mexico five times. But the confessed killer told a TV interviewer that he kept coming back to San Francisco because of their sanctuary policy; the city refuses to cooperate with deporting people.

There are over 100 sanctuary cities in America. The Supreme Court has told them it is illegal for them to tell their police not to cooperate with deportations. Those cities are supposed to lose some federal funds as a penalty, but the feds don’t enforce that law.

It’s a wonder that anybody obeys any laws anymore. The feds don’t enforce immigration law, but local officials won’t cooperate anyway. Now a young woman is dead. Kathryn Steinle is not the only victim of sanctuary policies, but her death may be waking people up.

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Former Rep. Ernest Istook is founder and president of Americans for Less Regulation. Subscribe to his free email newsletter at eepurl.com/JPojD.[/vc_column_text][/vc_column][/vc_row]

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Ernest Istook
Ernest Istook
Former Rep. Ernest Istook is founder and president of Americans for Less Regulation. Subscribe to his free email newsletter ateepurl.com/JPojD.
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