In my October 31 post, I speculated that Governor Jerry Brown might be too ashamed to attend funeral services for the two Sacramento County Sheriffs’ Deputies, Daniel Oliver and Michael David Davis Jr., murdered by twice-deported illegal alien, Luis Enrique Monroy-Bracamonte.
|Placer County Sheriff Detail delivers slain Detective Michael David Davis, Jr. into Chapel of the Valley. Davis and Daniel Oliver were killed by an illegal alien.|
Brown showed up, but because of his long-standing, vocal support of federal policies that give sanctuary to criminal aliens and his own individual efforts to expand entitlements for California’s illegal immigrants, many among the friends and relatives of the fallen officers may have wished he’d stayed away. They’re convinced that if state and federal officials enforced immigration laws, Oliver and Davis would be alive today.
Nationwide, sheriffs are fed up with President Obama’s history of immigration lawlessness which may soon culminate with his executive order that will grant legal status to about 5 million aliens. Bristol County (MA) Sheriff Thomas M. Hodgson has organized a December 10 protest in Washington D.C. where as many as 200 of his colleagues, including Plymouth County Sheriff Joseph D. McDonald Jr., will join him. After the march, the sheriffs will meet with GOP leadership to oppose amnesty which Hodgson calls “outrageous” and “just plain wrong.”
Saying sheriffs are tired of being “marginalized,” Hodgson added that “the message the president is sending to American citizens is ‘I don’t respect the immigration laws of the United States and I don’t think you should either.’” Hodgson’s goal is to preserve public safety and protect the Constitutional rights of citizens and legal residents.
Please go to the CAPS Action Alert page here to tell Congress that failure to secure the border and provide interior protection against lawless aliens facilitated the deaths of two Sacramento sheriffs.