The chief of police in Los Angeles has announced that his department will not help a Donald Trump administration enforce immigration laws, saying that the federal government will “have to do that on its own.”
The announcement—coming from that nonwhite overrun city which has offered invaders “sanctuary” since 1979—is the first salvo in what promises to be a political war between a Trump administration and pro-invader forces in 20 states—including Washington DC.
May Day, Los Angeles, 2016, Trump depicted as a Klansman.
Media reports quoted Los Angeles Police Department (LAPD) chief Charlie Beck as saying that his department is “going to maintain the same posture we always have. We don’t make detentions or arrests based solely on status, whether that’s immigration status or any other status.”
“If the federal government takes a more aggressive role on deportation, then they’ll have to do that on their own,” he added.
He went on to say that there were at least “500,000 undocumented residents” in the city of Los Angeles, out of a total population of just over 4 million.
California is also one of the states which does not require voters to produce any identification—opening the door wide to voter fraud and illegal aliens voting, as was widely suspected to be the case in the last presidential election.
Current estimates are that around 28 percent of the city is white, down from 86 percent in 1940.
Almost a quarter of America’s estimated 11 million illegal invaders live in California, according to the Public Policy Institute of California.
In addition, nearly 815,000 illegal invaders live in Los Angeles County, the highest level of any county in the state, and possibly in all of America.
Los Angeles has been a “sanctuary city” since 1979, when a special order by then-chief Daryl Gates in 1979 stopped officers from inquiring about anybody’s immigration status.
The rule, known as “Special Order No. 40” ordered LAPD officers to “not initiate police action” to ascertain anybody’s right to live in the United States.
During the election campaign, Trump promised to punish cities engaging in this blatant flouting of immigration laws by withholding federal funding.
This will hit a city such as Los Angeles particularly hard, as its nonwhite population tax base produces too little revenue to sustain it without outside help.
There are 31 other “sanctuary cities” in America—all of which voted for Hilary Clinton—including Berkeley, Coachella, Oakland, Salinas, San Francisco, San Jose, and Santa Ana in California.
Attention will however be focused on five other hotspots: Chicago, New York City, Detroit, Dallas, Texas,* and Washington DC.
All of these cities are overwhelmingly nonwhite, and solidly democratic. New York Mayor Bill de Blasio has recently said that he might delete a database with the names of “hundreds of thousands” of illegal invaders living in the city, and Chicago mayor Rahm Emanuel, and Seattle’s Mayor Ed Murray, have both pledged to resist all plans to deport invaders their cities.
Detroit is already financially ruined, and that black disaster city survives completely on handouts from federal taxpayers, making Trump’s threats very far reaching in potential consequences.
* Texas is the state with the second largest number of illegal invaders resident, with estimates claiming that more than 1.6 million live in the Lone Star state.