The mere notion of sanctuary cities is something that if you were to explain to a five year old child how that whole thing is supposed to work they would look at you like you had three heads.
It makes no sense. Things that are obvious crimes anywhere else in the country are for some reason in other cities perfectly OK and the local government will do anything that it can to stop the proper authorities from coming in and arresting the people.
Illegal aliens needs to be arrested and deported the second that they are found because the very nature of their presence within our borders is indicative that they have committed a crime.
The problem is that when the sanctuary cities keep letting illegal aliens go time and again eventually someone is going to get hurt badly. This isn’t the first time and unless something happens quick it won’t be the last one anytime soon.
Via Western Journal:
A twice-deported illegal immigrant felon killed a man and injured numerous others Sunday, and authorities are blaming California’s sanctuary state law for allowing the violence to occur.
Gustavo Garcia, 36, shot a farm worker in Tulare County in California before stealing $2,000 from an AA Gas and Grub mini-mart in Exeter, The Washington Post reported Thursday.
Garcia went on to shoot a woman in the parking lot of a Motel 6 in Tulare, spray bullets into a Shell gas station, shoot and kill a man at a second gas station in Visalia, and finally attack his ex-girlfriend’s house, The Post reported.
The farm worker and motel occupant are expected to survive, according to The Post.
Authorities describe Garcia’s 24-hour violent rampage as a “reign of terror,” the report said.
Garcia stole a truck and drove at speeds exceeding 100 mph in an attempt to evade police following his shooting spree, according to Tulare County Sheriff Mike Boudreaux. Garcia collided with multiple vehicles before flying through the car’s windshield. He was pronounced dead at the scene.
Four people were taken to the hospital with injuries, and one remains in critical condition, according to The Post.