California Senate President pro Tempore Kevin de León (D- Los Angeles), released the following statement responding to letters sent by U.S. Attorney General Jeff Session to the state of California, and other cities and counties, regarding compliance with immigration law enforcement. Attached is a recent letter from legal counsel for the California State Legislature on the same matter.
“It has become abundantly clear that Attorney General Sessions and the Trump Administration are basing their law enforcement policies on principles of white supremacy – not American values. Their constant and systematic targeting of diverse cities and states goes beyond constitutional norms and will be challenged at every level.”
The name Kevin De Leon may ring a bell for some of you, and for good reason. Little Kevin was the man responsible for this timeless gem…
It would appear Kevin’s ignorance is not limited to only the lead-slingers. In fact, I’ve yet to witness such well-rounded stupidity. I suppose it wouldn’t be out of line to call Kev-ster an idiot-of-all-trades.
But enforcing our immigration laws does not equal white supremacy. Mostly because our immigration laws apply to everyone. If one of our maple syrup-chugging Canuck neighbors were to sashay over here illegally, his hockey-loving posterior would promptly be slap-shotted back across the border. The law applies to hosers as much as it applies to our Mexican compadres down south.
By the way, everyone is welcome here, so long as they enter legally. No racism involved. Perhaps you leftists should spend your time developing reasonable arguments instead of calling your opponents Hitler reincarnate.
Which is why these French women are fed up. They’re sick of all the anti-cop hostility, so they hosted a pro-police march to denounce terrorism and violence against officers…
Around 200 police wives are protesting attacks on officers in Paris, just days after one officer was killed and two others injured on the Champs Elysess. Demonstrators from the group Femmes des Forces de L’ordre en Colere gathered at the Eiffel Tower before beginning their march. Some were seen paying their respects to the officers providing security at the scene.
One of the signs read “Don’t touch my police officer,” a twist on a famous French anti-racism slogan, according to the BBC. Another placard said “Enough police officers killed and burned,” referring to both officer Xavier Jugele’s death on Thursday and a firebomb attack on a police car carrying four officers last October.
Some also shouted “Under the uniform, there is a husband, a dad!”
The event comes just two days after Jugele was shot twice in the head by Karim Cheurfi. A note celebrating Islamic State, which authorities believe fell out of Cheurfi’s pocket, was found near his body.
Kudos to these gals. This a breath of fresh air in the face of all the anti-cop rhetoric being flung about by leftists like a love scorned monkey shares its feces with unsuspecting passersby. It’s not often we find people sticking up for the police these days. Thus, this act of unity comes as a nice change of pace. Especially with all the mess Europe has been saddled under lately.
Being fed up with Islamic violence, on the other hand? That’s becoming a recurring theme among many European countries. Take a gander for yourself below.