There is no question that Fairfax County has joined the questionable likes of San Francisco, Los Angeles, New York City, Chicago, Seattle, and so many more Democrat strongholds that believe illegal aliens should be protected from deportation. In Fairfax County, Sheriff Stacey Kincaid runs our jail and won’t even hold criminal illegal aliens who are about to be released for retrieval by ICE Agents unless there is a court order to do so. Clearly, she is more interested in illegal alien criminals’ interests than in public safety. The essay below was printed in the Bull Elephant in February and set a record for “Likes” not because readers like living in a sanctuary county but because the issue is of grave importance to citizens who value their and their families’ safety. The essay is being reprinted with the permission of The Bull Elephant.
In previous posts, I have written about how Fairfax County went from partnering with the federal government in enforcing immigration law to a renegade jurisdiction that refuses to protect its citizens from crimes committed by illegal aliens.
Fairfax County Sheriff Stacey Kincaid has just informed U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement that while her department will still share information on people booked into jail with ICE, as of May 23, 2018 it will no longer hold inmates past their regular release date/time. What this means is that …
Fairfax County to Stop Cooperation with ICE Detainer Requests on May 23
U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) is responsible for enforcing federal immigration laws as part of its homeland security mission.
Fairfax has a serious gang (MS-13) and criminal illegal alien problem. On March 3, 2017, just over a year ago after a series of brutal MS-13 gang-related disappearances and homicides in the County, Fairfax County Police Chief Ed Roessler stated “This problem is horrible…This is getting out of control and we need to stop it.” Sheriff Kincaid’s solution to the problems caused by illegal immigration in Fairfax? She is reducing cooperation with ICE. On May 23, Fairfax County will stop cooperating with …
Democratic Gov. Ralph Northam vetoed a bill that would’ve banned localities from adopting so-called sanctuary city measures, which shields illegal aliens from deportation if they report crimes. That was the selling pitch, by the way. What it has become is a safe space for people who shouldn’t be here, coupled with local authorities inhibiting the enforcement of federal immigration laws.