Greensboro city council continues to act like illegal sanctuary city, Illegal aliens given carte blanche, Opposes state immigration bill, Greensboro has been harboring criminal aliens and honoring fake ID cards, Can stupid be fixed?
“In December 2014 there were 18 million immigrants (legal and illegal) living in the country who had arrived since January 2000. But job growth over this period was just 9.3 million — half of new immigration.”…Center for Immigration Studies February 2015
“You can’t fix stupid.”…Ron White
“We are being lied to on a scale unimaginable by George Orwell.”…Citizen Wells
The Greensboro, NC city council is opposing the state immigration bill which si attempting to shut down sanctuary cities and uphold immigration law.
Greensboro has been accepting fake ID cards issued by local pro illegal immigration groups instead of protecting legal citizens and arresting people here illegally, i.e. criminals.
Comedian Ron White stated: “You can’t fix stupid.”
Can stupid be fixed?
I hope so.
From the Greensboro News Record October 21, 2015.
“Greensboro City Council opposes state immigration bill
The City Council opposed N.C. House Bill 318 at its meeting Tuesday night, calling the recently passed measure a strike at immigrants, the poor and the city itself.
The bill was passed by the General Assembly last month but is still awaiting Gov. Pat McCrory’s signature. It prevents cities from accepting any identification not issued by a government agency.
With an 8-1 vote, the council passed a resolution opposing the bill. Councilman Tony Wilkins was the lone vote against.
Earlier this year, Greensboro became one of the first cities to accept IDs created by the nonprofit FaithAction for such things as opening accounts at the water department and getting a library card.
In the wake of HB 318, the city has stopped accepting the cards.
“I really think this legislation was targeted specifically at the city of Greensboro because of what we were doing with FaithAction and the ID card,” Mayor Nancy Vaughan said at Tuesday’s meeting.
Vaughan said the cards and the city’s policy made it easier for immigrants who are not yet citizens to interact with the government.
Wilkins said the new bill wouldn’t affect anyone in the U.S. legally and the council’s resolution would have no effect on the bill.”
Nancy Vaughan, et al, how about doing your damn job and protect legal citizens.