Sanctuary Cities
According to Wikipedia, in the United States and Canada, a sanctuary city is a city that limits its cooperation with the national government effort to enforce immigration law. A representative list of sanctuary cities in the US includes:includes Seattle, Portland, San Francisco, Los Angeles, San Diego, Phoenix, Salt Lake City, Denver, Dallas, Austin, Houston, Minneapolis, Chicago, Detroit, New York City, Baltimore, Washington DC and Miami. Two things that jump off this list are these are all Democrat voting and run cities and they are all high crime cities. President Trump has vowed to crack down on Sanctuary Cities ignoring federal law.

California: A ‘Sanctuary’ for Criminals

4/4/18
By Michelle Park Steel,
from The Wall Street Journal,
4/3/18:

The state threw out the rule of law, but Orange County will join the resistance.

I was born in South Korea and raised in Japan. My family moved to the U.S. when I was a teenager and worked through the legal immigration process. It was difficult and time-consuming, but we achieved our version of the American Dream—like the millions who came before us. Today this system is being threatened as California moves closer to becoming a sanctuary state, with local law enforcement under order to disregard federal law and protect illegal aliens. That’s why, as a member of the Orange County Board of Supervisors, I voted to join a federal lawsuit against Senate Bill 54, the sanctuary law Gov. Jerry Brown signed last year.

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