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A Left-Wing City Is Reconsidering Its ‘Sanctuary City’ Policies

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Julio covered this week how New York City began sending illegal immigrants up north, to Canada, due to the overflow of migrants being bused to the Big Apple from the southern border. The province of Quebec responded, asking Mayor Eric Adams’ (D) efforts to provide the illegal immigrants with bus tickets to Canada.

New York City has styled itself as a “sanctuary city,” and is now sharing the burden of the border crisis the towns in Arizona and Texas have been dealing with for years. Now, reports broke that another left-wing city is reconsidering its “sanctuary city” laws due to crime.

San Francisco District Attorney Brooke Jenkins is asking for an exception to the city’s “sanctuary city” policy meant to protect illegal immigrants. 

According to Fox 2 KTVU, Jenkins said that two suspects in serious crimes that occurred in San Francisco have been discovered living abroad. The only way to seek justice over the crimes they allegedly committed is to work with the federal government to get the suspects back to the city. 

"We won’t let dangerous criminals evade prosecution simply by leaving the United States," Jenkins said.

Reportedly, one man is the suspect in a 2009 murder case. The other suspect was a warrant out for many counts of child sexual abuse. But the city’s “sanctuary” laws do not allow the District Attorney’s office to work with Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) or the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) on “deportation matters.” The feds will not agree to extradite the suspects unless the city notifies them if they are released from custody. 

"What we can’t allow in San Francisco are for people to commit heinous crimes like murder or child rape and then just be able to flee our jurisdiction and avoid prosecution," Jenkins said.

KRON 4 reported that investigators also believe that a “significant percentage” of people selling drugs in the city are illegal immigrants. 

“It is time to withdraw the protection of sanctuary from undocumented immigrants trafficking fentanyl on our streets,” City Supervisor Matt Dorsey said. He is proposing legislation to change San Francisco’s sanctuary city policy to exclude illegal aliens who are arrested for dealing fentanyl.

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