San Diego County Supervisor Kristin Gaspar said Tuesday on “Fox & Friends” that Democratic Gov. Jerry Brown must follow the laws of the Constitution instead of pushing for sanctuary state laws.
The amount of people who have spoken up in favor of Brown’s policies are dwarfed by those who have come out against a sanctuary state, according to Gaspar.
“This is really quite remarkable,” she said. “The pouring in of hundreds and hundreds of emails. And this only includes items that have come through the regular email inbox. That doesn’t include the phone calls that I have received and anything on social media. It’s really remarkable.”
Gaspar thinks the city is finally fed up with illegal immigration and believes it’s up to the state and federal government to fix the problem.
“I think San Diegans are finally waking up. Finally seeing and saying, ‘enough is enough, Governor Brown,'” Gaspar said. “In San Diego county we manage a $5.7 billion budget on the county board of supervisors. Only $1.7 billion is in our direct control. The rest are decisions being made by the state and the federal government.”
“These are oftentimes harmful decisions that are impacting San Diegans,” she concluded. “Governor Brown needs to follow the laws of our Constitution.”
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