THIS is why new Wake County Sheriff’s ‘sanctuary’ policies are so dangerous

WAKE COUNTY – Sworn into office in literally the first moments he was able to do so, new Wake County Sheriff Gerald Baker has been very public about his wishes to end cooperation with all federal immigration authorities (ICE) in the county.

No longer will the sheriff’s department do its part in pointing out illegal aliens for deportation. That would only serve to drive illegal immigrant communities deeper into the shadows, Democrats say. (Despite the fact that said illegal immigrants have absolutely no problem in availing themselves of the state court system in North Carolina.)

Such a sanctuary policy is problematic for many reasons, but mostly because it creates an environment in which illegal aliens that also happen to be violent criminals will flock. But ‘undocumented persons’ are exclusively interested in making a better life for themselves in their families, right?

The latest NCFIRE report suggests that is hardly the case:

“It is time again for another Monthly Child Rapes by Illegal Aliens in NC Report and it hasn’t gotten any better for our kids.

During the month of November 2018, we were able to “document” 21 illegal aliens who committed 91 acts of child rape/child sexual assault.

It is simply astonishing that our elected officials in Raleigh, have allowed this criminal assault on the children of NC to continue. They have the power to stop this insanity but I guess the almighty dollar takes precedence over the physical and mental well being of our kids.”

Sheriff Baker’s perspective on helping to enforce immigration law in Wake County? ‘Let them deal with it.’

Unfortunately, when you allow illegal communities to fester while you turn a blind eye to it all, we ALL end up ‘dealing with it.’

Access the full November NCFIRE report here.

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