Lying VP Tim Kaine Says Sanctuary Cities Are “Phantoms”

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VP Tim Kaine, the allegedly great Catholic, blatantly lied on TV this morning during an interview with Chris Cuomo on CNN’s New Day. Responding to Donald Trump’s vow to end the practice of illegal Sanctuary Cities, Kaine said sanctuary cities are “phantoms”.

He’s appealing to the people who know nothing.

Even Chris Cuomo called him on it.

Last night, Trump said in Phoenix that he would “block funding for sanctuary cities … no more funding. We will end the sanctuary cities that have resulted in so many needless deaths. Cities that refuse to cooperate with federal authorities will not receive taxpayer dollars, and we will work with Congress to pass legislation to protect those jurisdictions that do assist federal authorities.”

Currently, there are more than 300 sanctuary cities harboring 17,000 criminal aliens from deportation.

The Center for Immigration Studies on Wednesday published a new interactive map identifying the cities, towns and counties that have so far protected at least 17,000 criminal illegals instead of handing them over to federal authorities. Of those, 11,800 have prior criminal records.

Kaine blamed the sheriffs but the sheriffs are politicians or told what to do by the Democrat politicians.

They refuse to comply with the law. This is okay? It’s a phantom?

Bill de Blasio has made all of New York City a sanctuary.

Now for a little levity. Is that Mayor Bill de Blasio I see in the background?

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  1. Hey Timmy Kaine, the center for immigration studies says different,………………………….Sanctuary Cities Continue to Obstruct Enforcement, Threaten Public Safety

    By Jessica Vaughan
    August 31, 2016

    Sanctuary jurisdictions remain a significant public safety problem throughout the country. About 300 jurisdictions have been identified by ICE as having a policy that is non-cooperative and obstructs immigration enforcement (as of September 2015). The number of cities has remained relatively unchanged since our last update in January 2016, as some new sanctuary jurisdictions have been added and few jurisdictions have reversed their sanctuary policies.

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