East County Supervisor Jacob Votes To Sue DHS, Border Patrol, and ICE Employees For Immigration Law Enforcement

Brian Brady Brian Brady, Undesignated 1 Comment

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Your San Diego County Board of Supervisors elected to sue the Trump Administration because of its enforcement of immigration law. Chairman Dianne Jacob led the fight against the DHS, Border Patrol, and ICE employees:

The Board of Supervisors voted 4-1 in closed session in February to file the suit, with Supervisor Kristin Gaspar casting the lone vote against. At that time, board Chairwoman Dianne Jacob chided the Trump administration for creating a public health crisis by releasing asylum-seekers into the U.S. with no support as well as separating migrant children from their parents.

The suit names Homeland Security Secretary Kirstjen Nielsen, Customs and Border Protection Commissioner Kevin McAleenan, Border Patrol Chief Carla Provost and Immigration and Customs Enforcement Deputy Director Ronald Vitello and Executive Associate Director Matthew Albence as plaintiffs.

Please think long and hard about whom you want to replace termed-out East County Supervisor Dianne Jacob next year. Prominent East County conservative Republicans endorse Joel Anderson. Dianne Jacob endorsed his opponent. 

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  1. Dianne’s “conservative credentials” have been a sham forever. Her endorsement is a red flag that should give serious pause regarding the recipient(s).

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