Los Angeles Decides To Spend Even More Money On Illegal Aliens Rather Than Citizens

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To the editor: Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti and County Supervisor Hilda Solis in December announced the creation of a $10-million legal aid fund to “hire lawyers to defend local immigrants without legal status.” (“A $10-million fund will help immigrants fight deportations. But should it help those with violent criminal convictions?” April 17)

My street hasn’t been swept for years. When I tried to find out why, I was told that my area is not “on the list” because there are no longer enough machines and people to drive them. Services that I continue to pay for have been stopped.

If there is enough money around to help illegal immigrants, surely there is enough to begin sweeping my dirty street again. Shouldn’t citizens come before illegal residents?

In Los Angeles and other Democratic Party sanctuary jurisdictions, no, sorry, you come last, and the LA City council will continue this trend

(CBS LA) The Los Angeles City Council voted on several measures Tuesday regarding what they see as Donald Trump’s agenda against undocumented immigrants and their families.

The council approved the expansion of the L.A. Justice Fund, a collaboration between the city, L.A. County and the California Community Foundation whose purpose it is to provide legal aid “to individuals and families dealing with deportation and removal proceedings in Los Angeles County.”

The additional $10 million approved Tuesday is intended specifically for children in the L.A. area separated from their families due to Trump’s zero-tolerance policy on immigration by undocumented persons. It is estimated more than 100 children in the area have been separated from their parents, AP reported.

The fund is now at $30 million a year. How many residents could be helped by that money? How many homeless Americans could be sheltered and fed?

They also approved joining several legal briefings which are against cracking down on illegal aliens, and

District 1 Councilman Gil Cedillo, who represents the largely immigrant enclaves of Lincoln Heights, Pico Union and Highland Park, among others, introduced a resolution in support of the eliminations of ICE.

“The president’s zero-tolerance policy is repressive and inhumane. His focus should be on fixing our broken immigration system, instead of penalizing refugees seeking asylum,” Cedillo said Tuesday.

Less than 8% of illegals from Central America are being approved for asylum claims, because most simply come from crummy countries, rather than being in dire straights. They’re also just making up claims, because that is what they’ve been taught. And, our system is not broken: we have laws in place that work just fine. It’s the politicians who are broken, as they take the side of illegal aliens over American Citizens, and even use their positions to entice people to come to America illegally.

But, if we want to fix the system

In the latest Harvard/Harris Poll, 77 percent of white voters, 53 percent of black voters, and 51 percent of Hispanic voters said they believe the U.S. needs to crack down on immigration laws.

Overall, 70 percent of Americans said the U.S. needs stricter immigration enforcement, not looser enforcement as Democrats and the Republican establishment has pushed for.


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