California. AKA: State of Delusion

California once ran a test to see if the state could afford universal healthcare only to discover that they had too many illegals who didn’t pay into the system to cover everyone. Universal health care wasn’t an option. The state couldn’t afford it. I wonder how long it will take them to realize that there will no longer be a middle class either if they continue giving cheap labor over to illegals who send their wages back to Mexico. But then again, I hear they already don’t have a middle class. It’s simply the rich vs. the poor.

The country’s top immigration cop said Friday his agents “will have no choice” but to conduct workplace and neighborhood immigration raids in light of California’s new sanctuary law.

Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) Acting Director Thomas Homan said in a statement Friday that California Gov. Jerry Brown’s (D) decision to sign the law, SB54, would “undermine public safety and hinder ICE from performing its federally mandated mission.” 

Under California’s new law, state and local police will have major restrictions in how and when they can collaborate with federal agents on immigration investigations and arrests.

One notable provision in the law is it prohibits so-called immigration holds, requests from ICE to local authorities to hold a prisoner or detainee longer than the constitutionally mandated period.

Opponents say a hold, also known as a detainer, constitutes a violation of a detainee’s constitutional rights, and their enforcement puts local authorities at risk of liability.
The country’s top immigration cop said Friday his agents “will have no choice” but to conduct workplace and neighborhood immigration raids in light of California’s new sanctuary law.

Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) Acting Director Thomas Homan said in a statement Friday that California Gov. Jerry Brown’s (D) decision to sign the law, SB54, would “undermine public safety and hinder ICE from performing its federally mandated mission.” 

Under California’s new law, state and local police will have major restrictions in how and when they can collaborate with federal agents on immigration investigations and arrests.

One notable provision in the law is it prohibits so-called immigration holds, requests from ICE to local authorities to hold a prisoner or detainee longer than the constitutionally mandated period.

Opponents say a hold, also known as a detainer, constitutes a violation of a detainee’s constitutional rights, and their enforcement puts local authorities at risk of liability.

Illegals don’t have constitutional rights. Nor do they have a right to be in this country. Although, that won’t stop Californians from trying to treat them as normal citizens. But as far as I’m concerned, let the economy in California completely collapse, let it be taken over by Mexicans who don’t pay enough into the taxation system, let them eventually have #CalExit, then let them fall into tremendous debt that the rest of the country will refuse to help pay. Then grab a bag of popcorn as it all comes tumbling down. 

It’s said in recent reports that Catalonia only wants to have independence from Spain because they’re sympathetic to the EU and they want to take in economic migrants from Africa. Not because they have an ethnic or racial awareness of their people. I have the same stance with California as I do Catalonia. Let them have independence. It may be a bumpy ride, but it will be entertaining to allow the rest of the country see exactly what happens when modern day liberalism takes complete control.

And as far as these ICE raids in California, I’ve got my bag of popcorn ready.

One thought on “California. AKA: State of Delusion

  1. Californian separatism is likely to resemble Quebecois separatism of the Seventies and Eighties. Back then, Quebec wanted to secede from Canada and form a republic of its own. Believe it or not, the representatives of the other provinces were open to the idea…until Parti Quebecois demanded that transfer payments from the Canadian federal government into Quebec must continue even after secession. I rather expect that the Republic of California would demand the same thing.

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