FIGHT SANCTUARY STATE'S DON ROSENBERG
FILES THE CHILDREN, FAMILY AND COMMUNITY PROTECTION ACT
The Children, Family, and Community Protection Act would delete sections of the California Government Code designed to protect and coddle criminal illegal aliens - the deceptively-named California Values Act (SB 54) and the Immigrant Worker Protection Act (AB 450). It would require law enforcement officers to protect California families by cooperating with federal immigration officers in their pursuit of criminals, and impose criminal penalties on law enforcement officers and government officials who don’t. In addition, it would eliminate driver’s licenses for illegal aliens and remove their ability to vote.
In his filing, Rosenberg observed the people of California have suffered and are suffering as a result of the lack of leadership from our elected officials - most notably Jerry Brown and Kevin De Leon. “We’re fed up with California’s elected officials playing politics with our lives and prioritizing criminals over citizens and legal immigrants.”
WHAT IS THE SANCTUARY STATE?
Sacramento politicians have been lying to the people of California.
"Sanctuary State" laws do not protect the privacy of simple hard-working immigrants, and aren't designed to keep families together.
"Sanctuary State" laws protect criminal illegal aliens from facing the consequences of their actions and allow them to return to the streets to commit more crimes. These crimes - murder, manslaughter, rape, human trafficking, drug dealing - tear families apart and shatter dreams.
"Sanctuary State" laws put both local and federal law enforcement officers in danger.
Watch our video for a quick introduction to this reckless set of laws. Then, join us in fighting back against Sacramento's career politicians who are putting the interests of criminal illegal aliens above everyone else.
How "Sanctuary" Laws Harm Californians
MS-13 consists of at least 30,000 members in a range of countries, including El Salvador, Guatemala, Honduras, and Mexico, and is one of the most dangerous and rapidly expanding criminal gangs in the world today. MS-13 is active within the United States, with at least 8,000 members operating in more than 40 states and the District of Columbia.
In a mind-boggling research find, an AAA study found that one in five fatal crashes in Los Angeles involve an unlicensed driver (AAA, 2008). In addition, it was found that unlicensed drivers were involved in 7,679 fatal crashes (19.9 percent of all fatal crashes), which resulted in the deaths of 8,801 people (20.5 percent of all deaths occurring in motor vehicle traffic crashes) (AAA, 2008). It is easy to notice that unlicensed and/or invalid license carrying drivers are an immense threat to society.
Illegals in Our Prisons
The number of criminal aliens in federal prisons in fiscal year 2010 was about 55,000, and the number of SCAAP criminal alien incarcerations in state prison systems and local jails was about 296,000 in fiscal year 2009 (the most recent data available).
GAO estimates that the incarcerated criminal aliens had an average of 7 arrests, and about 50 percent were arrested at least once for a drug offense. About 90 percent of the criminal aliens sentenced in federal court in fiscal year 2009 (the most recently available data) were convicted of immigration and drug-related offenses.
Our Leadership Team
Gibboney's son, Ronald, was shot and killed by a man who had been previously deported and returned illegally. Gibboney, who came to America legally from Hungary, said the families of the victims "have no rights" in the courts and are treated like the criminals, rather than the illegal immigrant offenders.
Don Rosenberg became an activist on the issue after his 25-year-old son, Drew, was killed in a 2010 collision in San Francisco with a Honduran immigrant who had entered the country illegally, but been granted temporary immigration status.
Sabine's only child, Dominic, was killed by a previously-deported violent felon who was driving drunk when he drove his truck into the path of Dominic's motorcycle. The killer only served 35 days in jail for his crime.
Ben is a conservative talk show host and activist who has seen the death and destruction lawless sanctuary policies have had on the lives of his fellow Californians. "When the politicians become the very enemies that they took an oath to protect Americans from, it’s time to fight back.”