Saturday, May 12, 2018

Another Victory: Amador County Votes Against SB 54

There are so many California cities and counties now taking action against SB 54, it's hard to keep up.

Three cities opted out on May 8th, even though the first one received all the attention:

1. Santa Clarita
2. Glendora
3. Highland

However, another county joined the fight, right in the heart of the state of Jefferson:

Amador County!

Here's the report from the local news/radio site for the two northern counties:

Amador County’s response to the State of California’s status as a so-called “Sanctuary State” was the subject of an often heated discussion before the Board of Supervisors yesterday. The Board took up the issue of SB 54, the so-called “Sanctuary State” law, passed by the state in October of last year, and which limits co-operation between local law enforcement and federal emigration officials, for the second meeting in a row on Tuesday. 

A group of opponents of the law were present, yelling and catcalling the supervisors, first when the discussion was move to later in the meeting and then during the supervisors discussion of the issue. Public comments on the issue were dominated by immigration opponents, who called for supervisors to denounce state law and who were highly critical of undocumented immigrants, calling them dangers to society, a drain on resources and in one case, carriers of decease [sic].

What a slanted article, and poorly written, too!

But the reporting is good news for the rest of us patriots fighting against this sanctuary state perversion.

On a motion by Supervisor Richard Forster, the board voted to restate their opposition to SB 54, a position that the board had voted for last year, and to submit an amicus, or “friend of the court” brief in support of the Federal Justice Department’s court challenge to the sanctuary law. The motion passed with four votes in favor and Supervisor Frank Axe abstaining.

The winning just never ends!

The people of the state of California are rising up to oppose this corruption of the rule of law and the diminution of our sovereignty!

Contact the Amador County Board of Supervisors and thank them for taking a stand:

Learn more about our Supervisors

Address:810 Court St Jackson, CA 95642
Phone:(209) 223-6470
FAX:(209) 257-0619
Business Hours:Mon-Thur 8 AM -5 PM
Email the Board:Send an Email

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