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Gilbert Cedillo


Gilbert Anthony Cedillo (born March 25, 1954 in Barstow, California) is an American politician, currently a member of the Los Angeles City Council for District 1, succeeding Ed Reyes after his election on May 21, 2013. Cedillo was a Democratic member of both the California State Assembly and the California State Senate.

WayneDupree.com

Published  1 week ago

Los Angeles has officially declared itself a sanctuary city and safe haven to those who felt like they’ve been under attack by the Trump administration.

How idiotic is that?

Doesn’t it seem as if common sense, logic and rational thinking got locked away in some abandoned asylum these lunatics on the city council escaped from?

Think about that again. Sanctuary city. Sanctuary from what, America’s laws? As Barack Obama and Donald Trump have said, “We are a nation of laws.” Illegal aliens have broken the law so why shouldn’t they be prosecuted! They are criminals. If you listen to Democrats tell the story, these people are law-abiding criminals who chose to shortcut their way into the country bypassing others waiting on line, doing it the right way.

We hear how illegals are contribute to these so-called Sanctuary cities? I can’t believe they believe the crap they justify harboring undocumented individuals with no allegiance to the country they have corrupted.

“We declare, for all those who have been under attack in this Trump era, that this city, in this day, in this time, will be a city of sanctuary,” City Councilman Gilbert Cedillo said. “It will be a place where people will know that they will be judged by the content of their character and not by the color of their skin, and not by who they choose to love, and not by when they got here. They will be judged by their contributions to our city.”

The City Council voted 12-2 to approve the non-binding resolution nearly a year and a half after it was first proposed. Other cities like have adopted their own sanctuary city policies.

Friday’s resolution declares Los Angeles to be a “City of Sanctuary, protecting the human rights of all our residents.”

The federal government should start buying up buildings all over California and increase staffing for ICE, Border Control, Department of Homeland Security (DHS), and the FBI. Build jails, courts, and whatever it takes to pick up, process, and deport anyone who is here illegally. They have the right to do so if Congress funds it and we should start doing it immediately.

If they aren’t going to cooperate with federal laws, then take the federal government force to California. There are all kinds of federal prisons, courts, FBI departments, and others in states, so it is lawful to do so. Surround the city with federal forces.

Here’s the question that needs to be answered, sooner rather than later. When is the DHS going to round up all these advocates of sanctuary cities and arrest them for harboring illegal aliens? Why is the law against harboring illegals being tossed aside like 3-4 day old trash?

Just like ancient Rome, we’re being invaded by the barbarians, and now they are inside the cities.

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Fox News

Published  1 week ago

Los Angeles officially declared itself a “sanctuary city” Friday against the backdrop of the Trump administration’s tough policies aimed at illegal immigrants.

"We declare, for all those who have been under attack in this Trump era, that this city, in this day, in this time, will be a city of sanctuary," City Councilman Gilbert Cedillo said. "It will be a place where people will know that they will be judged by the content of their character and not by the color of their skin, and not by who they choose to love, and not by when they got here. They will be judged by their contributions to our city."

The City Council voted 12-2 to approve the non-binding resolution nearly a year and a half after it was first proposed. Other cities like have adopted their own sanctuary city policies.

Friday's resolution declares Los Angeles to be a “City of Sanctuary, protecting the human rights of all our residents.”

Some immigrants-rights advocates however, said the vote came too late.

“They missed the opportunity to do this when it really mattered — back when the immigrant community of Los Angeles needed to know where its city stood,” Hector Villagra, executive director of the ACLU of Southern California, told the Los Angeles Times.

The city’s new “sanctuary city” status conforms with California’s sanctuary state law – Senate Bill 54 – which limits cooperation between local police and federal immigration authorities.

The Los Angeles Police Department already has a policy of not allowing immigration agents access to its jails or inmates unless they have a warrant, FOX 11 in Los Angeles reported.

Jessica Vaughan, director of policy studies for the Center for Immigration Studies, said the move to declare Los Angeles a “sanctuary city” negatively affects taxpayers and threatens safety.

"I wouldn’t say it’s completely symbolic,” she told the Times.

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