Escondido Mayor Sam Abed, Chairman of Rescue California’s campaign against Sanctuary State, SB54
Mayor Sam Abed, an immigrant himself, is the leading opponent of the unconstitutional Sanctuary State, SB54 law.
An American success story, Sam immigrated legally, and after a successful career in business, ran for Mayor of Escondido, CA to serve his community.
Now he’s answering a call to lead the statewide effort against the radical policy that allows immigrants who not only illegally entered the country, but who committed crimes after coming to the U.S., to remain by prohibiting police from cooperating with immigration authorities.
The campaign to End Sanctuary State is just taking shape, and your help is needed. Please take the time to make a contribution to our effort today.
Illegal immigration along America’s Southwest border surged 230 percent in April compared to last year, according to a report issued by the Department of Homeland Security earlier this month. That statistic accompanied news that a caravan of about 2,000 migrants from Central America started arriving at a U.S. port of entry in southern California.
Together, these reports reveal the lack of an orderly and fair process to manage the escalating flow of both illegal immigrants and asylum-seekers to the United States. That flawed system creates both a humanitarian and a national security crisis at our border.
Yet America’s immigration challenge does not end at our doorstep. Because of “sanctuary city” jurisdictions—many recently emboldened by new State laws in California—law enforcement officers face dangerous obstacles to protecting our communities from the effects of a broken immigration system.
Under the guise of being pro-immigrant, these jurisdictions privilege a small group of criminals at the expense of the safety and well-being of American citizens, law enforcement, and law-abiding immigrants.
By J. Harry Jones – Contact Reporter
President Donald Trump on Wednesday renewed his attacks on California’s sanctuary city immigration policies in a carefully orchestrated, hour-long roundtable at the White House.
As the debate over immigration heats up on Capitol Hill, Trump surrounded himself with mayors, sheriffs and other local leaders from California who oppose the state’s immigration policies and who applauded his administration’s hard-line efforts.
Watch Mayor Sam Abed with President Donald J. Trump