‘How Dare You’ — Jeff Sessions Drops The Hammer On California Politicians’ ‘Radical, Open Borders Agenda’

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Attorney General Jeff Sessions spoke in California Wednesday, and he dropped the hammer on politicians with a “radical, open borders agenda.”


“California, we have a problem,” he said while discussing the Justice Department’s newly launched lawsuit against California. “A series of actions and events has occurred here that directly and adversely impacts the work of our federal officers.” (RELATED: Justice Dept Sues California For Using Sanctuary Cities To Skirt Fed Law)

“For example, the mayor of Oakland has actively–has been actively seeking to help illegal aliens avoid apprehension by I.C.E.”

“Her actions support those who flout that law, and boldly validates illegality. There’s no other way to interpret those remarks. To make matters worse, the elected lieutenant governor of the state praised her for doing so. Bragging about and encouraging obstruction of our law enforcement, and, the law–I am afraid that this is an embarrassment to the proud state of California.”

But what Sessions said next really put California on notice. (RELATED: California Gov. Channels Trump In Response To DOJ Lawsuit)

“Here’s my message to Mayor Schaaf–how dare you. How dare you needlessly endanger the lives of our law enforcement officers to promote a radical, open borders agenda.”

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