Wednesday, May 16, 2018

Corona Passes Resolution to Opt Out of S.B. 54 (Sanctuary State)

By Douglas V. Gibbs
Author, Speaker, Instructor, Radio Host

Mayor Karen Spiegel was confident the City of Corona would vote to opt out of California's Sanctuary State law, S.B. 54.  I spoke to her on Monday Night about the fact that she was the one who put the item on the agenda for Wednesday Night's city council meeting.  She told me she believed the measure would pass without any problem.  From her point of view, it is more than a rule of law issue.  It is also about public safety.  Sanctuary State status places our communities, and our law enforcement, at risk.

The city council chambers was packed with folks from both sides of the issue, and it wasn't until well into the night that the vote finally went down.  The resolution was approved 4-0.

Corona is now a part of the counter-revolution against Sacramento.  The liberal left Democrats of Sacramento have been in a radical rebellion against the rule of law, and the United States Constitution, while doing what they can to protect criminal aliens.

The vote followed a meeting in Washington D.C. that President Trump had with over a dozen officials from California over the law.  Crystal Ruiz of San Jacinto proclaimed, "We desperately need your help."

It looks like President Trump is ready to respond.

A lawsuit is already in play, and with today's meeting at the White House, it tells us that the President is taking the issue very seriously.

-- Political Pistachio Conservative News and Commentary


Who Phantom said...

The city council did the right thing. This is not about Mexico. Mexico and all countries have strict immigration laws. This is about people from all countries entering our country illegally. There is no country in the world that has open borders. This is about the rule of law which all countries expect to be obeyed.
Unfortunately, councilman Montenez chickened out saying he was ashamed the matter was on the agenda , became butt hurt when he was booed and walked out. He should resign.

Anonymous said...

Just a correction - the chamber was packed with people opposing SB 54. Standing room only. There were 7 people who showed up to support it. More than 100 people spoke out against it and one person spoke in favor of it. Her argument was that illegal aliens in the community would be too fearful to report criminal actions by other illegal aliens to the police unless the bill was passed.

Patriot777 said...

Amen to that!!! Let's take back California!!!

Patriot777 said...

Amen to that!!! We need to take back California!!!!