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    CA Gov Candidate Asks Jeff Sessions to Sue State Over New Sanctuary Law

    CA Gov Candidate Asks Jeff Sessions to Sue State Over New Sanctuary Law

    Jan 02, 2018 // 9:06pm As seen on Tucker Carlson Tonight


    California State Assemblyman Travis Allen invited President Trump and Attorney General Jeff Sessions to sue Sacramento over the new "sanctuary state" law.

    Tucker Carlson said that under the new law, all police statewide are banned from inquiring about immigration status, and that the legislation also has guidelines for schools as well.





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    .@JoinTravisAllen on California "sanctuary state" policies: "Jerry Brown and the California Democrats want to essentially ignore federal immigration law and protect these people at Californians' expense." #Tucker http://fxn.ws/2lGLw90
    5:41 PM - Jan 2, 2018



    "Illegal aliens are now a protected class," Carlson said, comparing Gov. Jerry Brown's (D-Calif.) actions to that of former Alabama Gov. George Wallace (D) whose forced segregation of schools required President Kennedy to send in the national guard.

    Allen (R-Huntington Beach) agreed that the federal government must do something to stop Brown's allegedly lawless action.

    "Absolutely, there is [a showdown coming]," he said. "It's a bluff.

    It's up to President Trump and Jeff Sessions to step in and call the bluff."


    Allen, who is running for governor against a slew of Democrats including Lt. Gov. Gavin Newsom and former Los Angeles Mayor Antonio Villaraigosa, said much of the state opposes the new law and is not as liberal as the rest of the country claims.


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    HAPPY NEW YEAR from @JerryBrownGov and the California Democratic Party. After midnight, California is now an illegal Sanctuary State, your car registration is going up by $25 to $175, and first-time workers are going to find it a lot harder to get a job. https://www.dailywire.com/news/25213/six-insane-california-laws-go-effect-monday-jared-sichel?utm_medium=email&utm_content=123118-news&utm_campaign=position1 …
    8:20 PM - Dec 31, 2017

    He said the Brown family has ruined California, adding that they have led the state in one way or another for decades combined.

    Brown father, Edmund Gerald "Pat" Brown Sr. was governor from 1959 to 1967, and E. Gerald Brown Jr. has held the governor's office from 1975 to 1983 and currently since 2011.


    Brown Jr. is term-limited this year.


    "We truly need Washington to hear this message," Allen said. "Come to California. Sue California."





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    .@JoinTravisAllen: "The California legal system is broken...We truly need Washington to hear this message and come to California, sue California, take them to Supreme Court, and let's get the Constitution enforced." #Tucker http://fxn.ws/2lGLw90
    5:48 PM - Jan 2, 2018




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    Wow. I didn't remember about Governor Brown and his father. Waaay too much Brown family in California. Look at what they've done to it. It's a congested foreign saturated poverty-ridden mess! A cess-pool. Poor California. So sad, our beautiful Paradise State is in tatters and federal taxpayers foot a lot of the bill for it. SHAME!!!!
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    San Diego is as Great and Beautiful as it was when I moved here more than 35 years ago. If it wasn't I would go live someplace else.
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    I'm glad you're happy in San Diego.
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    Quote Originally Posted by JohnDoe2 View Post
    San Diego is as Great and Beautiful as it was when I moved here more than 35 years ago. If it wasn't I would go live someplace else.

    I don’t know where you live in SD, my father and his wife live in LA Jolla and it’s also going down the drain with illegal aliens.

    The only difference, the La Jolla illegals are wealthy drug cartels and smugglers
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    We have friends who live in San Diego who have been there since the 70's and they're very unhappy with what's going on. They also live in the La Jolla area.
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    I've been there. We visited them years ago, while I attended a 1 week course for my job at the University of San Diego.
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    EXCLUSIVE: San Diego Border Patrol – Yes, A Border Fence DOES Bring Down Illegal Crossings, Crime



    Monica Sanchez, @moniii328
    July. 25. 2017


    Photo: End of primary border fence looking into Mexico

    In an exclusive interview with MRCTV, San Diego Border Patrol gave credence to the argument that a border wall would help deter the flow of illegal immigrants and illicit drugs over the U.S.-Mexico border.

    Speaking with Border Patrol agents Tekae Michael and Lindsay Begg, MRCTV’s Brittany Hughes and Monica Sanchez got an inside look at their day-to-day operations and how effective infrastructure can be when it comes to border security.

    In the 1980’s and 1990’s, San Diego sector was the busiest (and smallest) sector along the border. With very little infrastructure, Agent Michael described that era as a dangerous time, plagued with "bandit activity" such as rape, burglary, and even murder.

    Along the border sits towns such as Tijuana’s Colonial Libertad, known in the 80’s as a prime crossing spot for illegal aliens. The border was so poorly secured that Mexicans were able to cross without issue, set up shop and even play soccer in U.S. territory.
    Bandit activity was so prominent that Border Patrol agents couldn’t patrol along the border. Instead, they would sit back and play defense on high ground.

    “We would have to be up on top of these ridges,” said Agent Michael.

    Now, because of two layers of border fencing (primary and secondary), new technology, and Border Patrol agents actively patrolling the area, you can sit along the border and feel a sense of security that wasn’t known a couple decades ago.


    “Secondary fencing definitely helped in crime and the bandit activity was really prominent in this area,” said Michael. “There were a lot of rapes going on, robberies, murders even. This was a very notorious spot for that, so with the secondary fencing going up, that helped a lot."


    “These are very dangerous areas,” she said. “But what you can see, we are actually able to be close to the border without a fear of being overrun.”


    Photo: Via U.S. Border Patrol, Colonia Libertad, South neighborhood of Tijuana

    To give some perspective, San Diego sector border apprehensions fell from a high of 628,370 in 1986 to 540,347 in 1991 when the primary fencing was built.

    Apprehensions fell again to 283,889 in 1997 when the secondary fencing went up.
    Even more significant, with new technology and manpower, border apprehensions in 2016 were 31,891. Apprehensions to date in Fiscal Year 2017 are a low 19,864. That’s hundreds of thousands less than 31 years ago.


    Compared to other sectors such as the Tucson sector in Arizona – which had 64,891 apprehensions in 2016 – and the Rio Grande Valley sector in Texas – which had 186,830 apprehensions in the same year – the San Diego sector is a model representative of basic border security principles put to practice.

    San Diego sector spans 60 miles from the Pacific Ocean east toward El Centro. The border is protected by a primary fence, a secondary fence than runs from the water east for 13 miles, and natural barriers such as the Otay Mountain Reserve.


    Photo: Via Google Maps, San Diego sector

    While the secondary fencing drops off at 13 miles in and the primary fencing drops off where the mountains begin, the Otay Mountain Reserve would make for a grueling two-to-three-day hike for a migrant or smuggler wishing to cross.

    Photo: Primary fencing along the U.S.-Mexico border, leading into the Otay Mountain Reserve

    Even still, Border Patrol is equipped with agents on ATV's and scopes to spot people who attempt to cross the border illegally.


    Photo: Border Patrol agent on an ATV patrolling the area

    With simple changes, such as putting concertina wire on the top of their secondary fencing, assaults on Border Patrol agents – which are anything from throwing rocks the size of softballs to the use of deadly weapons to actual physical confrontations – are drastically down from a high of 337 in 2008 to 58 year-to-date.

    While unable to comment on President Trump’s plans to build a wall along the U.S.-Mexico border and to increase the number of Border Patrol agents, Agent Michael did say that Border Patrol “can always use more manpower.”

    “I do believe somewhere Border Patrol is going to get 5,000 agents,” she said. “That’s what we’re told. Now as far as how many are coming to San Diego sector, right now, it has definitely changed from the 80’s and 90’s when we were the busiest sector… In 1986 we had over 628,000 apprehensions just in this area alone. Now on the flipside, Arizona and Texas especially are dealing with big numbers like that. So where more manpower is gonna go, probably into those areas.”

    When asked whether they think apprehensions went down because they have fencing in the San Diego sector, both Agent Michael and Begg nodded yes.

    “Fencing has primarily helped us be able to gain control over our border,” said Agent Michael. “We didn’t have any operational control. So with the fencing, that has helped us actually patrol on the border.”



    Photos: Apprehension of an illegal alien who jumped the primary fencing where the secondary fencing ends

    She added that apprehensions and crime are down as a result of “a combination of many things,” including stadium lighting along the border, the use of scopes, remote video surveillance systems and both daytime and nighttime cameras, more manpower, and so on.

    “All of those things have proven to work for San Diego,” she said. “This is something that’s working for us.”

    Proving that infrastructure works, in combination with other factors, smugglers are looking to the sea to cross the border.

    “Because we have been able to secure the border area, we now see a lot more maritime smuggling and threats,” Agent Michael described. “Technically we are in charge of the whole 931 sea miles up the coast… But we’ve seen smuggling boats that go as far as San Francisco.”

    While infrastructure helps, it is not a solve-all, as smugglers and people who seek to get into the U.S. will do whatever it takes, including using saws and even blow torches to cut holes into the fencing.




    Photos: Hundreds of holes and cuts patched up, covered

    “There will never be a zero number," said Agent Michael, "but that’s why we’re here.”
    It was extremely eye-opening to see what a border town looks like, literally sitting along the fence, burgeoning into the U.S.

    You could hear dogs barking and music playing, see into buildings, smell trash burning.



    “Until you see it for yourself, it’s really hard to understand what Border Patrol agents see and do everyday,” said Agent Michael.

    https://www.mrctv.org/blog/exclusive...rossings-crime
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