San Francisco Just Put Sanctuary Status Ahead Of Protecting Americans In One DANGEROUS Move

SAN FRANCISCO, CA - JULY 06: San Francisco Mayor Ed Lee (C) speaks during a news conference with San Francisco Fire Chief Joanne Hayes White (L) and San Francisco Police Chief Gerg Suhr (R) at San Francisco International Airport on July 6, 2013 in San Francisco, California. A Boeing 777 passenger aircraft from Asiana Airlines coming from Seoul, South Korea crashed landed on the runway at San Francisco International Airport. At least two people died and dozens were injured in the crash. (Photo by Justin Sullivan/Getty Images)

The City of San Francisco just officially withdrew cooperation with Immigration and Customs Enforcement’s Joint Terrorism Task Force this week in an effort to deflect deportation efforts as an official sanctuary city, per Fox News.

Critics are saying this is a decision that puts innocent lives at risk.

Check it out:

The JTTF has been credited with foiling 93 Islamist terrorist attacks and plots against the U.S. since 2001, including 12 this year, according to the Washington, D.C.-based Heritage Foundation. There are another 1,000 investigations into suspected terror activity nationwide.

These staggering statistics make the recent decision by the San Francisco police department to end the city’s partnership with the JTTF, at the behest of local activist groups that alleged Arabs and Muslims are wrongly targeted by the FBI and will be more so under the Trump administration, all the more concerning, said retired federal law enforcement officials.

A retired FBI Special Agent Mark Rossini called the move “really narrow-minded.” Rossini is the founding executive of the National Counterterrorism Center.

“Politics aside, and the mayor and leaders of San Francisco have their right to their opinion, political opinion and beliefs. But when you’re working in law enforcement, law enforcement should know no politics.”



  1. I’ve said it before…bring in the Feds to do the job and deduct the cost from any Federal aid to the city. Being a Federal job it will cost much more but if SF wants to “outsource”, that’s their decision. Btw, I came up with the perfect term for the reduction…”shared responsibility payment”! I don’t think anybody has ever used that term before to describe a penalty (but I may be wrong).

  2. San Francisco is an international port city and this policy of non-cooperation poses too great a risk to national security, let alone the problems it creates for the city itself.

    I think it would be very effective for the President to direct the feds to wade in and deal decisively with a few of these local political agitators hiding behind their badges and titles.

    I don’t think it would require very many arrests and prosecutions of people like SF mayor ed lee or Tuscon’s top cops to cause city councils and county governments across the country to re-think any anti-enforcement policies they might presently support.

    Their days of selective enforcement of the law need to be over.

    Their days of selective obedience to the law and their oaths to uphold it should likewise cease.

    It’s time Americans got their 14th Amendment rights to equal protection of the law restored.

  3. This is simple to resolve. Cut all Federal Funding to the City, including funds spent on water, roads, Airport, sewage, education, welfare, etc. Let the Shitty City by the Bay collapse under the weight of their own dysfunction.

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