Tag: Sanctuary Cities

Trump Announces Admin Will Begin Withholding Funds From Sanctuary Cities

President Trump has announced that his administration will begin withholding funds from sanctuary cities following a court decision that ruled in favor of them doing so. According to The Hill: President Trump on Thursday said his administration will begin withholding funding from self-described sanctuary cities after a federal court ruled last week that it could do

VIDEO: President Trump Stands with Victims of Illegal Alien Crime

“It’s time to support our police, to protect our families, and to save American lives.” President Donald J. Trump SUPPORTING ANGEL FAMILIES: President Donald J. Trump is hearing firsthand from the American families who have lost loved ones to illegal alien crime.  President Donald J. Trump is meeting with “Angel families,” who have lost loved

WATCH: Trump’s War On MS-13 (Under 2 Mins)

“I am calling on the Congress to finally close the deadly loopholes that have allowed MS-13, and other criminals, to break into our country.” President Donald J. Trump MS-13 IS A THREAT TO AMERICAN COMMUNITIES: President Donald J. Trump is committed to protecting communities from the violent animals of MS-13.  MS-13 is a transnational gang

Key Facts About The Violent Animals Of MS-13

WHAT: The violent animals of MS-13 have committed heinous, violent attacks in communities across America. Too many innocent Americans have fallen victim to the unthinkable violence of MS-13’s animals. At the State of the Union in January 2018, President Trump brought as his guests Elizabeth Alvarado, Robert Mickens, Evelyn Rodriguez, and Freddy Cuevas, the parents

Key Issues In Trump’s Meeting On Sanctuary Cities

WHAT: At a roundtable with President Trump, community leaders spoke out against the sanctuary policies that are jeopardizing the safety of their communities.  During a roundtable with President Trump, local leaders from across California spoke out against the statewide sanctuary policies enacted under Governor Jerry Brown. Local leaders called out sanctuary policies for what they

Sanders Responds To Defenders of MS-13 “Animals”

By 1600 Staff White House Press Secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders had some choice words for a reporter who was asking about the president’s comments the day before referring to MS-13 as “animals”. Reporter:  “I just want to ask you, because so many people around the country have been talking about it in the last 24

WATCH: President Trump Hosts Californians Against Sanctuary Cities

WHAT: Communities are coming out against reckless sanctuary policies and in support of our Federal immigration laws that protect the American people. Sanctuary jurisdictions continue to hinder Federal immigration enforcement efforts. These jurisdictions often refuse even basic requests for information, such as notice to Federal officials before the release of certain criminal aliens. California has

VIDEO: President Trump: “We must stand up for our police.”

By 1600 Staff President Trump did not mince words towards the criminals that are endangering Americans and killing police officers: “We believe criminals who kill our police should get the death penalty — bring it forth,” he said. “We must end the attacks on our police and we must end them right now.” The president called

Sanctuary City Populations Halve Under President Trump

By 1600 Staff In early 2017, Public Radio International reported that 92 percent of Americans live in sanctuary jurisdictions. During the Obama era, the number of sanctuary jurisdictions grew by 650%. President Trump vowed as a candidate to end sanctuary cities, and it appears that in spite of stiff resistance, it is happening. The Federation for

Loopholes Prevent Removal Of Dangerous Criminal Aliens

WHAT: Loopholes in our immigration system created by judicial rulings have made it nearly impossible to remove many criminal aliens. In drafting the Immigration and Nationality Act (INA), Congress included that criminal aliens convicted of any number of serious offenses referred to as aggravated felonies should be subject to immigration consequences. Federal courts, however, have