Wednesday, November 6, 2019

Monkey County Rethinks Sanctuary Policy

From Teach at Pirate's Cove, Montgomery County, Maryland, Reverses Anti-ICE Policy In Wake Of Rapes By Illegals
Who would have thought that Bad Things could happen when Open Borders advocates release illegal alien criminals in order to thwart ICE?

Montgomery County Reverses Sanctuary Policy After String of Illegal Immigrants Charged With Rape

A county in Maryland has partially reversed a sanctuary policy just three months after it was passed. The move comes after a string of illegal immigrants have been charged with rape in Montgomery County.
The policy banned Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) officials from accessing secure portions of Montgomery County jail. It’s reversal, which was effectively immediately, means ICE can now access “identified areas” of the jail to “ensure that transfers are conducted in a safe environment.”
The policy says ICE must submit an immigration detainer and arrive at the jail an hour before the inmate is set to be released, reported WJLA. If ICE fails to comply for whatever reason, the county will release the illegal immigrant into the community, just as the county was doing before, regardless of the crime the person has been charged with.
Montgomery County Executive Marc Elrich’s rolled back jail ban still prohibits ICE officials from accessing secure parts of the jail unless there is a pre-authorized custody transfer that meet the stated requirements. The ban also prohibits ICE agents from entering “non-public areas of all county-owned facilities” including libraries, police stations, and recreation centers.
So, what they’re trying to do is partially have it both ways. They still want to release the illegals, but, they want to blame ICE if they don’t arrive under those conditions and insulate themselves from condemnation when the illegals do get released and go on to commit crimes. Like continuous rape of an 11 year old girl over a month by illegals ordered deported by a federal judge after already being deported once and were then released by Montgomery County. And many other rapes
Not to mention a few MS-13 murders. Well, you get what you vote for.

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