Wednesday, June 5, 2019

California Authorizes Taxpayer Dollars for Legal Fees of Illegal Immigrants, Including Criminals

By California Globe, June 04, 2019

Sacramento City Council members Angelique Ashby and Jeff Harris, critics of mayor Darrell Steinberg, charge that the mayor is taking retribution against them by excluding their districts from a $16 million spending plan. Other recent budgetary moves by the Sacramento mayor may prompt similar complaints from residents and taxpayers across the city.

“Undocumented immigrants in Sacramento will have city-funded legal services as soon as next month, to fight deportation and ‘prepare for the worst’ as their fears grow about federal immigration enforcement.” That was Anita Chabria in a May 4, 2017 Sacramento Bee report.
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  1. Guess there are no homeless or mentally ill in Sacramento on which the millions could be spent.

  2. Illegals should never get tax dollars for anything. I think they do this to get their votes.

  3. I suppose lynch mobs are still against the law...

  4. Looks like the next plane Trump sends with illegal/criminal aliens should end up in Sacramento...


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