Sheriff Joe: ‘This is Going to Open the Floodgates’
Warns Obama’s new actions will only increase violent illegals on America’s streets
(WND) – In a radio interview set to air Sunday, Sheriff Joe Arpaio of Maricopa County, Arizona, worried President Obama’s recent executive actions on immigration will only increase the number of illegal aliens crossing the southern border, including those who commit violent crimes while in the U.S.
“One thing I’m really concerned [about],” Arpaio said, “this is going to open up more floodgates because everyone over [the border] is going to think, ‘Wait a minute, let’s come on in to the United States, and we’re going to get a free pass.’ So I think we’re going to see more people coming in to our country.”
The sheriff, whose enforcement of immigration laws and criminal laws violated by border crossers has frequently put him at odds with the federal government, has already filed a lawsuit over Obama’s executive plan to curb deportations.
Listen to Klein’s interview with Arpaio below:
Texas Politicians Plot Immigration Retaliation Against Obama
‘We have a president who feels completely unconstrained by the Constitution’
(NY Post) – Don’t mess with Texas.
Infuriated with President Obama for allowing up to 5 million undocumented immigrants to stay here legally, a trio of Texas Republican politicians are plotting retaliation at separate levels of government.
Governor-elect Greg Abbott pledged the state would sue Obama over the executive order, alleging it’s illegal and will cost the border state more money to deal with a likely influx of immigrants through Mexico.
“ We have a president who feels completely unconstrained by the constitution,” Abbott, who already sued Obama 30 times as his state’s attorney general, said on Fox News Sunday.
Texas Sen. Ted Cruz said the new GOP-led Congress should retaliate by blocking Obama’s executive and judicial nominees in the Senate, which would include Obama’s attorney general pick, Loretta Lynch, the US Attorney for the Eastern District of New York...(MORE)
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