Californians ensuring the safety of their families, friends and neighbors
How Can You Help?
It will take a massive effort to get the TRUTH about what the Sanctuary State is and how it is harming Californians out to the public. Most Californians don’t realize that these laws protect criminal illegal aliens and penalize law-abiding Californians and small business owners.
There are three main ways in which you can help:
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.
A Deadly Threat on California's Roads
Approximately 7,000 Uber and Lyft drivers are here illegally – sometimes with deadly consequences for riders. Illegal aliens are uniquely protected in their ability to commit a crime and disappear, and they often use false names or identities. They can pass a basic background check because they’re outside the system, and if they commit a crime, they can disappear and return to their home country. Why would we give them drivers licenses?
Illegals in Our Prisons
About 55,000 criminal aliens are in federal prisons and nearly 300,000 in state prisons and local jails, according to recent data. The government estimates that the incarcerated criminal aliens had an average of seven arrests, with about 50% arrested at least once for a drug offense. Recent data indicates about 90% of the aliens sentenced in federal were convicted of immigration and drug-related offenses.