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Just passing this link on ! Maybe you would like to see if you live in a Sanctuary City located here in good ol America then maybe you already know .

I personally don't agree with this you should see what has become of my home town . For one the older people don't walk the streets anymore around twilight and there are hardly no children and young people playing in the parks after dinner . And at the river park on the south end just don't look safe to many tattoos on their faces .

Its not just the Hispanic illegals we now have street gangs mostly from out of town " from bigger cities like Chicago and Rockford Illinois and the like "

We have the Crips, Bloods and now even MS-13 and yes even ISIS is here driving around in a older brown Cadillac sedan with their flags and wearing turbans . Chit man this was just a sleepy little farm and manufacturing community not long ago.

Thank You Obummer for making my home town a colash of uncertainty .

OMG !  I am surrounded . N.E. Iowa state here and not loving it !  There gos the neighborhood .  


Sanctuary Cities, Counties and States

More than 200 cities, counties, and states across the United States are considered sanctuaries that protect criminal aliens from deportation by refusing to comply with ICE detainers or otherwise impede open communication and information exchanges between their employees or officers and federal immigration agents. These state and local jurisdictions have policies, laws, executive orders, or regulations to this effect. These sanctuary policies obstruct federal law authorizing U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) to administratively deport illegal aliens without seeking criminal warrants or convictions from federal, state, or local courts. Although federal regulations plainly require cooperation, the federal government has never sued nor sanctioned a sanctuary jurisdiction, nor denied federal funds. In contrast, the Obama administration has made it difficult for the states and localities which choose to aid in enforcing immigration laws, in some cases going so far as to sue to have such assistance prohibited. In addition, in a November 2014 policy memorandum signed by the Homeland Security Secretary, the administration reversed longstanding policies by directing ICE agents not to issue detainers except in rare circumstances, and explicitly allowing sanctuaries to ignore ICE efforts to take custody of deportable criminal aliens.


This is the link to this site it has a interactive map large view link along with other information of interest   :




Close That Southern Boarder Now & Deport The Illegals.

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