Sep 262018
 

Folks – this is one of the key issues of the campaign. Were it not for the rampant corruption and spiraling crime rate in Riverside County, it would likely be the top issue.

Support ICE, Fire Stan Sniff

It is simple, really. In 2014, Stan Sniff made a political decision. People on both the side of illegal aliens and American Citizens agreed his decision was politically motivated to end cooperation with ICE.

First Off – Sniff sided with the ACLU:

Immigration activists have been lobbying Sniff for months to pull the department out of the program. Sniff first announced at a June 9 (2013) immigration forum at a Riverside church that he was considering whether to end the county’s involvement.

The county has six deputies trained under 287g, Assistant Sheriff Steve Thetford said. As of July 22, they are no longer interviewing inmates, pending a final decision on the program, he said.

Sniff did indeed terminate the agreement in 2014.  Then, the article gets better:

Andy Ramirez, president of the Law Enforcement Officers Advocates Council, which supports increased immigration-law enforcement, said he was surprised by Sniff’s decision to suspend participation in 287g.

“I think it’s an effective program,” said Ramirez, a Chino resident. “It’s doing its job.”

Ramirez said there’s no reason for Sniff to study the program.

“What’s there to review?” he asked. “We need to get criminals off the street.”

Ramirez and Dolores both said Sniff’s decision may have been motivated in part by the 2014 elections.

Enter the ACLU, praising Riverside County for Stiffing ICE.

Then Sniff decides to cut “low level offenders” loose without notifying ICE and later refuses even a 48 hour hold for the worst of the worst felons.

Then we find out several examples of Illegal Alien Sex Offenders that were released by Stan Sniff and then re-offended.

Showing that his support of open borders is no fluke, Sniff said that Arizona’s Landmark Immigration Law “has a chilling effect“. On what? Illegal border crossings? Nope. Stanley echoed left-wing talking points about people being less likely to cooperate with police.

To this day, there is a department-wide order to ignore immigration status of detainees and a specific order not to cooperate with ICE. Stanley’s platitudes about opposing Sanctuary State just ring false across the board.

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  3 Responses to “#SANCTUARYSTAN: Chooses ACLU, Illegal Alien Groups Over American Citizens”

  1. A quote from Palm Springs Mayor Pro Tem J.R. Roberts: “The only thing worse than bigotry is someone lying about it for political gain.”

    You be the judge: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pI8y8k8q-Ps&feature=youtu.be

    By the way, for anyone who may be offended by reading anything on this blog, here’s a NEWS FLASH, you don’t have to look at it! It doesn’t automatically pop up on your computer screen unless you purposely search for it. So don’t search for it and then start whining about what you’ve read on it.

  2. Not everyone that ICE interviews gets in the van, but that’s their job, to determine who stays, and who goes. But Stan took that discretion away from ICE, who separates the criminals from the one’s that are here legally, or are in the immigration process. But there are multiple offenders from a lot of countries that the public don’t see, and not just from the neighborhoods from the south.

  3. Ocean Unit, well said. Kurly toes is so obsessed with Right on Daily that’s why he can’t focus on his job as Captain for MVPD. You see, since Sept 9, 2018, until now, MV has experienced 19 incidents with violent crimes, property crimes and quality of life crimes. He had 19 good reasons to address the Palm Springs City Council in addition to his alleged cyberbullying. Why didn’t he.? Maybe he was too busy trolling this page.

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