Sanctuary Cities Undermine US From Within
from the Mexican Occupation and BlogSpot of July 21st, 2017
By James Walsh
Newsmax.com, July 21, 2017
The flawed concepts of sanctuary cities and states being preached and practiced by well-funded progressives/anarchists can be traced most directly to the religious-oriented sanctuary movement of the 1980s.
That movement, also without legal standing, was designed to assist foreign nationals entering the U.S. illegally in their flight from civil wars in Central America. As it turned out, however, many of those illegal aliens assisted were Mexican nationals and others from around the globe who were at best seeking freedom and a new life or at worst seeking an opportunity to do America harm. The 1980s Movement led to the growth of Hispanic criminal gangs that now ravage American cities and states.
In June 2017, Sen. Richard J. Durbin, D-Ill., said Chicago’s sanctuary policy isn’t about protecting illegal immigrants but about money. Chicago doesn’t have enough money to turn illegal immigrants over to the federal authorities — a strange observation. The senator ignores the fact of the Chicago gun violence — killings and shootings — are gang related.
The Chicago area gangs are mainly Hispanic criminal gangs. The Hispanic gangs are transnational and the members are illegal aliens from Guatemala, Honduras, Mexico, and San Salvador according to the U.S. Department of Justice (DOJ) data.