Sheriff Candidate Calls for AG Grewal’s Arrest for Harboring Illegal Aliens
MIDDLESEX-Anthony Gallo, a Republican running for sheriff in Middlesex County said today that Attorney General Gurbir Grewal should be arrested for his 2018 directive to protect illegal aliens in New Jersey.
“Has the NJ State Attorney General lost his mind,” Gallo asked. “He should be arrested immediately for harboring criminal illegal aliens!”
Gallo also expressed his frustration of news that broke today that 19 out of the state’s 21 sheriff’s are adhering to Grewal’s directive to not cooperate with ICE.
“And to my surprise 19 out of 21 Counties have been releasing these criminals into our backyard’s with our families,” he added. “We need to STOP these very dangerous Sanctuary Policies.
NO politician or appointed official has the right to tell a sitting Sheriff who is elected by the People what to do.”
He then called for his supporters to get behind him to remove Democrat Sheriff Mildred Scott from office in November. Scott’s administration has been fully cooperating with Grewal and Governor Phil Murphy’s policies that are attempting to supersede federal law when it comes to illegal aliens seeking safe haven and sanctuary in the Garden State.
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Governor Murphy, AG Grewal Threaten Sheriffs: Don’t Undermine My Sanctuary State Directive!
TRENTON-Governor Phil Murphy and Attorney General Gurbir Grewal made a clear threat against sheriffs in Cape May and Monmouth Counties who have deputized their officers as agents of ICE. Grewal said he will be doubling down to make New Jersey a bonafide sanctuary state that will rival the likes of California on August 6, 2019 when he will issue a new directive specifically prohibiting sheriffs from exercising the authority they gave to their officers against Grewal’s directive.
Grewal said his office will be watching neighboring counties to make sure they don’t go against his sanctuary state order
He added that he was angered that the two counties went against him.
Ocean County, according to the letter sent by the state, was not implicated and is following the AG’s sanctuary state directive.
ICE Releases Chilling List of Rapists and Murderers Protected by Sanctuary Laws
New sanctuary state legislation in Washington state has proven unpopular with Immigration and Customs Enforcement officials, with workers in the Pacific Northwest issuing a press release containing a list of rapists and murderers who will be protected under the new law.
The press release outlined seven instances where requests to detain criminal illegal aliens were ignored, Fox News reported.
Washington’s new sanctuary state legislation, signed into law by Democratic Gov. Jay Inslee, means state and local authorities can, in most instances, no longer ask questions about immigration status.
In each instance described in the ICE press release, the aliens released back into the public went on to commit brutal murders and rapes.
One example in the press release described the story of Francisco Carranza-Ramirez, an illegal alien who raped a wheelchair-bound woman in Seattle twice.
After being sentenced to time served, Carranza-Ramirez was expected to self-deport to Mexico.
Officials from the King County Sheriff’s Office confirmed that while he did ultimately return to his home country, he assaulted the same victim for a third time before leaving.
Another example described how, despite a request from ICE to detain illegal alien Rosalio Ramos-Ramos after being released from a Washington jail, he went on to murder and dismember a victim.
Both the request for notification of pending release and an immigration detainer were denied.
ICE also explained how Martin Gallo-Gallardo, after being released from Clackamas County Jail in Oregon, was arrested just months later for allegedly killing his wife.
Once again, jail officials ignored requests for notification of release and an immigration detainer.
The radical legislation means Washington joins Oregon and California in opposing President Donald Trump’s agenda of reducing illegal immigration and increasing the detention of migrants.
“Our state agencies are not immigration enforcement agencies,” Inslee said. “We will not be complicit in the Trump administration’s depraved efforts to break up hard-working immigrant and refugee families.”
Bryan Wilcox, Deputy Director for ICE’s Seattle office, told Fox News the legislation puts lives in danger.