Democrat AG Candidate Dave Jones: California Does NOT Have to Cooperate With Federal Immigration Laws

Dave Jones wants to be the Attorney General of California.  As such he would take an oath to uphold the laws of California and the United States.  Like the appointed AG, Xavier Becerra, Jones does not believe in the Rule of law and would use his office to oppose the rights of Americans.

“”Last night, I stood with the Sacramento Immigrants’ Rights Coalition and the Sacramento Central Labor Council to protest the deportation of immigrants whose only crime is coming here, as generations of immigrants who are now Americans came here before them, fleeing political oppression and seeking a better life.

Today I join those protesting U.S. Attorney General Jeff Sessions’ visit to Sacramento and his lawsuit challenging California’s newly enacted laws, which limits state and local law enforcement cooperation in the deportation of our neighbors, our co-workers, the parents of our children’s friends and their children. We will defend our state laws and our right to refuse to cooperate with the targeting, intimidation and deportation of immigrants whose only violation is entering the country.”

By definition Becerra needs to be impeached and indicted for corruption.  Jones is trying to be more corrupt than Becerra—as if that is possible.  California is a rogue State/nation.

Maria Ortiz, at left, a Mexican immigrant has been living in the United States for 23 years. "I am single. I work so hard to stay. I never needed support from the government," Ortiz said. She is not a citizen and works as a janitor, she said during an immigration protest outside Rep. Ed Royce's office in Brea. ///ADDITIONAL INFORMATION:   – MINDY SCHAUER, ORANGE COUNTY REGISTER – Shot 111713 – immig.fast.11.19 Advocates for immigration reform will camp our near the office of Rep. Ed Royce for five days, where they will stage a fast.  They are asking OC's Republican leaders in Congress to publicly support an overhaul to the nation's immigration laws, including the so-called pathway to citizenship that would create a process for some 11 million people living in the U.S. illegally the right to become citizens.

California will defend its right not to cooperate in deportations

Statement of Insurance Commissioner Dave Jones

 

Insurance Commissioner Dave Jones,  3/7/18

 

 

SACRAMENTO, Calif. – Insurance Commissioner Dave Jones issued the following statement regarding Attorney General Jeff Sessions’ visit to Sacramento and lawsuits against California’s sanctuary state laws:

“Last night, I stood with the Sacramento Immigrants’ Rights Coalition and the Sacramento Central Labor Council to protest the deportation of immigrants whose only crime is coming here, as generations of immigrants who are now Americans came here before them, fleeing political oppression and seeking a better life.

Today I join those protesting U.S. Attorney General Jeff Sessions’ visit to Sacramento and his lawsuit challenging California’s newly enacted laws, which limits state and local law enforcement cooperation in the deportation of our neighbors, our co-workers, the parents of our children’s friends and their children. We will defend our state laws and our right to refuse to cooperate with the targeting, intimidation and deportation of immigrants whose only violation is entering the country.

As Insurance Commissioner, I lead a state law enforcement agency. I have instructed law enforcement personnel of the Department of Insurance to not cooperate with Immigration and Customs Enforcement agents, consistent with the provisions of SB 54.

I will do everything within my power and the law to defend California’s law-abiding immigrant community.”

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