A church-based Sanctuary Movement is offering their places of worship as sanctuary to immigrants facing deportation under an Obama administration mandate to deport Central American families who already have been ordered to leave the country.
We are not deporting 95.6% of people here illegally. Our borders are wide open, but these multi-denominational churches and organizations are planning to offer “refuge” for the small numbers who have been ordered out.
The people who have been singled out for deportation are people who pose a threat to national security, public safety and border security, “whether alone or with families.”
These church-led groups want no one deported, even people who pose a threat to national security.
They’ve taken to calling these illegal immigrants “refugees” because it furthers the cause.
The deportations don’t even begin to deal with the visa jumpers and 40% of the people here illegally are visa jumpers.
DHS claims they are going to intensify deportations of Central American migrants. That is hard to believe but once these small but vocal groups are done with their revolt, no one will be deported.
“As pastors we know that each and every family is a holy family,” said the Rev. Alison Harrington, pastor of Southside Presbyterian Church in Tucson, Arizona. “We open our doors to today’s Josephs and Marys. … The gift we have to offer on Christmas Day is the gift of sanctuary.”
The sad stories of unfortunates and children who traveled alone will pour out but they are all meant to make America into a permanent borderless country.
The Rev. Noel Anderson, a coordinator for the affiliated Church World Service, put the overall number of congregations supporting the sanctuary network at about 300 in more than 20 states nationwide.
This is clearly against the law. Why do we allow this? Because they are churches, they are allowed to advocate breaking of the law? We have a lawless president who completely disregards the law of the land and we have groups like these who help prop up his illegal activities.
We have incentivized massive illegal immigration.
Comedic icon Jerry Lewis had something to say about refugees.
“Refugees should stay where the hell they are,” said Lewis bluntly. “Hey, no one has worked harder for the human condition than I have, but they’re not part of the human condition. If 11 guys in the group of 10,000 are ISIS—how can I take that chance?”
via the Daily Wire