Jeff Sessions Just Made a Lot of Democrats Angry with Orders to Follow the Law

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After eight years of absolute lawlessness, Jeff Sessions is sending shock waves through the Democrat Party with orders to U.S. attorneys to follow immigration law, prioritizing criminals.

Jeff Sessions has vowed to go after gangs and drug cartels on our border. That won’t go over well with sanctuary city mayors who harbor foreign gangsters.

“Those who continue to seek improper and illegal entry, be forewarned, this is a new era, this is the Trump era. The lawlessness of the past is over,” Sessions said during a speech in Nogales Tuesday.

Starting today, federal prosecutors are now required to consider all the following as priorities for those criminals who were not prosecuted in the past:

Those who bring in and harbor aliens will be prosecuted. It’s a booming business, but no more.

Smuggling gang members across the border and helping convicted gang members enter the country, and preying on those who don’t understand how costly and dangerous this journey can be, will be prosecuted.

If illegal aliens enter a second time and there are certain aggravating circumstances, they will be charged with a felony. Also aliens who enter a second time will be considered for charging of a felony with priority for those who are gang members. Also, those who engage in identity fraud or theft will be liable for a minimum two-year sentence.

Finally and perhaps most importantly, all 94 U.S.attorneys’ offices are to make the prosecutions of assaults on federal officers a priority. If someone dares to assault one of our federal officers in the line of duty, they will do federal time. No attacks will be tolerated.

He referred to the Los Zetas and MS-13 gang leaders and members as “filth” and some in the media are lying and saying he was referencing all illegal aliens. It’s not true.

Democrats also won’t like the fact that their future voters aren’t coming into the country illegally at the prior rate.

Sessions told the Border Patrol officers, “As all know, the president has made this a priority, and already, we are seeing results. From January to February of this year, illegal crossings dropped by 40 percent, which was an unprecedented drop. Then last month, we saw a 72 percent drop compared to the month before — month before the president was inaugurated. That’s the lowest monthly figure in 17 years.”

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