Massachusetts Sheriff: “Arrest The Leaders Of Sanctuary Cities”

Once in a while, you get somebody in power from either the Northeast or Northwest that gets a total glimpse of reality, and launches into an overdrive of activity in a last-ditch attempt to save their area from transforming into the Third-World.

Usually these actions prove futile, as semi-Antifa public opinion in the region usually suffices to guarantee a blacklisting and/or defeat in the next local election, although perhaps now the tide of Trump may be enough to bring more of these brave men out of the silent shadows.

From CBS Boston:

A Massachusetts law enforcement official testifying before Congress on Tuesday called for leaders of sanctuary cities to be arrested.

Bristol County Sheriff Thomas Hodgson told the House Subcommittee on Illegal Immigration that sanctuary cities “have become magnets for illegal aliens, some of which have violent criminal records.”

“If these sanctuary cities are going to harbor and conceal criminal illegal aliens from ICE, which is in direct violation of Title 8 of the U.S. Code, federal arrest warrants should be issued for their elected officials,” Hodgson said. “Our citizens would be safer if we never stopped enforcing immigration law and if we never formed or turned a blind eye toward sanctuary cities.”

He also took aim at a Massachusetts legislator who passed along rumors of a planned ICE raid in Brockton on Tuesday and Wednesday.

Rep. Michelle DuBois, D-Brockton, warned her constituents in a Facebook post “if you are undocumented don’t go out on the street. If there is a knock on the door of your house and you don’t know who it is, don’t open the door.”

Hodgson called her actions “outrageous.”

“This is the most outrageous, outrageous example of what is going on across the United States that is undermining my job and every other law enforcement officer in the United States,” he said.


You would stand a decent shot of convictions if you immediately filed a laundry list of charges against the leaders of sanctuary cities like New York, Chicago, and Los Angeles that could include everything from obstruction of justice, to sedition, to treason itself.

You may not be able to get the death penalty for every single mayor and councilman/woman/tranny, but prison sentences for the less heinous offenses would still likely stick in many places.

And anyway, what better sense of justice is there than having the greatest enablers of illegal foreigners stuck in the same jail blocks as their pets?

I don’t know about you, but I’m finding it difficult to think of anything more gratifying.

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  1. Massachusetts Sheriff? Will wonders never cease?
    Trump needs to prosecute these sleaze bag mayors.
    Other than Trump and Tom Tancredo, who is no longer a politician, our elected leaders are too afraid to utter a word condemning Sanctuary Cities and renegade officials.

    And now this:

    President Donald Trump’s immediate 2017 budget request will fund the first 62 miles of border walls and fences, pending the appropriation of more funds in late 2017 for additional construction in 2018, says a report from CNN.
    According to CNN, ” The [2017] money will fund 14 miles of new border wall in San Diego, 28 miles of new levee wall barriers and six miles of new border wall in the Rio Grande Valley region and 14 miles of replacement fencing in San Diego.”

    The FY 2017 Budget Amendment would provide $3 billion [in 2017] for DHS implementation of recent Executive Orders. The request would fund efforts to plan, design, and construct a physical wall along the southern border, and make other critical investments in tactical border infrastructure and technology. The request also proposes funding to increase immigration detention capacity, which is necessary to ensure the removal of illegal aliens from the United States. Finally, the request funds additional capacity at DHS to prepare for hiring additional immigration law enforcement officers and agents…

    • Funds hiring of 500 new Border Patrol Agents and 1,000 new ICE law enforcement personnel, plus associated support staff.

    • Provides a further investment of $2.6 billion for high priority tactical infrastructure and border security technology, including funding to continue planning, designing, and constructing a border wall.

    • Provides $1.5 billion above the 2017 Annualized CR level to expand detention, transportation, and removal of illegal immigrants.

    • Invests $15 million to begin implementation of mandatory nationwide use of the E-Verify Program.

    • Includes $1.5 billion for DHS activities that protect federal networks and critical infrastructure from an attack.

  2. Bristol County, Mass is populated by Portuguese people whose ancestors came from the hard scrabble Azores. Trump managed to get 41 percent of the vote there, the highest vote tally for a Republican Presidential candidate in modern times in Bristol County. Perhaps the tide is turning permenantly in the Northeast and Rust Belt. Remember, Trump almost won New Hampshire, Maine, and Minnesota.

    • New Hampshire was won in my opinion, but the illegal voting from the Spics coming in from Mass screwed Trump over.

      And McMuffin screwed Trump in Minnesota.

    • If you deport the refugees, illegals, and crack the wipe on vote fraud, IDs, increase the amount of agency needed to vote, as well as bring back jobs those states will be ours.

      Maybe we can push for controlled opposition in the Democratic party in the states of CA/NY to push for a percentage of the vote in Presidential to be alotted back on percentage of the vote.

  3. “And anyway, what better sense of justice is there than having the greatest enablers of illegal foreigners stuck in the same jail blocks as their pets?”

    They’d all end up in Federal country club lockups with privileges ordinary folks cain’t even begin to afford.

    • That would need to be addressed as part of the prosecution program.

      No minimum security joints, no protective custody, and no being out on bail if there is an appeals process after conviction.

    • Like hell they will, throw them in general pop, let the “advocates” co mingle among their “victims”.

  4. This is odd on two counts. It’s from Massachusetts. And they’re actually paying attention to their own state, instead of what people in Georgia and Oklahoma are up to.

  5. We need to start looking at this country as having a terminal cancer. After addressing the cancer with radical treatment such as amputation and radiation, we need to go after what caused the cancer in the first place; the SJW and everyone else that contributed to this disease known as diversity.

    • Bob Whitaker has suggested money punishments. Not as satisfying as executions or mass imprisonments but much longer lasting.

  6. Every professor or journalist is an institutional man, woman, or person. Institutions are necessary, and without them, we don’t have organization and structure. BUT, all institutions are inherently about conforming to norms and standards. Now, that is a good thing insofar as every discipline has its rules and principles. After all, a chemist has to know real chemistry, and his work has to be approved by his peers. If every alchemist posed as chemist, chemistry would soon turn to crap.

    So, institutions must have standards. But when do standards turn to dogma and ideological pressure? Whether scholars are right or left, they should ideally live up to academic standards of research and discourse. In some fields, it’s easier to uphold proper standards. It’s harder to fake studies in math and hard science. But history and social sciences are open to interpretation, bias, ideology, passion, and personalities. So, as Jonathan Haidt discovered, most of the social sciences and humanities are rigged systems. They don’t so much uphold high standards of academics as enforce or nudge-nudge the peer-pressure of dogma. Indeed, some academics have admitted that they favor their own ideological kind. So, they prefer a second-rate ‘leftist’ to a first-rate ‘rightist’ even though, by objective academic standards, the latter is more deserving.

    Institutions are exclusive and open to just a few. Every academic department hires just a handful of people for coveted slots. So, everyone knows he has to play ‘politics’ and say the ‘right thing’ to get accepted. Also, even though professors, esp those with tenure, are supposed to be free in their academic pursuit, they know if they say or do the ‘wrong thing’, they will be disfavored, demoted, or not promoted any higher. Or, SJW’s trained by PC professors might come barking at them and even physically assault them.

    This is the curse of all institutions, secular or religious. This is why nearly all great religions arose from outside the institution: Jesus and Muhammad.

    For most of history, academic institutions enforced strict dogma or canon of what is ‘right’ and what is ‘wrong’. This is one reason why so many false theories of Aristotle were accepted for so long. This is why China was stuck on Confucionics.

    But the modern German university changed the academic culture and allowed much greater leeway and freedom for thinkers. But that model came under attack time and time again from the far right, the far left, the tribalists(Jews here, Hindus in India and even UK and Canada), and religious forces(in nations like Iran and now Turkey).

    When institutions become excessively ‘institutionalized’ — a tendency that exists in all institutions — , it is a fortress of dogma, the island of Nurse Ratched. And PC has really done damage to lots of Western academia and media(which are worse because nearly all of media are owned by 6 conglomerates that hire and fire based on PC dogma or tribal/globalist interests).

    But thankfully, there is the internet. Now, in terms of erudition and access to sources/material, internet people like Stefan Molyneux and other such ‘thinkers’ fall short of full time academics and best of journalists. But here is one difference. Whereas those in the institution — even the very best, most honest, and most capable — must always look over their shoulders and pee their pants left they be denounced by peers, hunted down by SJW’s, or fired & blacklisted, no such fear exists among internet ‘thinkers’ who can notice and say whatever they want since they got nothing to lose. “Freedom’s just another word for nothing left to lose.” If institutions allowed total freedom to academics, were open to anyone with qualifications, and protected real free speech, the internet personalities on youtube couldn’t compete with professors or media people. But the fact is you must play the PC game to be part of media and academia. So, no matter how experienced or knowledgeable you are, there are tons of things you can’t say and there are lots of topics you can’t broach. When institutions grow Byzantine, it is the rag-taggers with guerrilla freedom who have a sudden advantage. This wouldn’t be the case without the internet, but it’s here. Some youtube ‘thinkers’ reach many more young people than professors or media people can hope to. And many people find them refreshing because their views are unfettered by PC dogma.

    Leftists once spoke of ‘long march through the institutions’, but this metaphor is faulty. Mao’s long march was not into the center of power to away from it. During the march, Mao and his men trekked some 6,000 miles to the hinterlands. And it was from the periphery that Mao devised plans to take power by appealing to the masses.

    In contrast, the Western leftists lost connection with the people and burrowed into institutions where they became the new monastic clergy. They claim to talk about the Real World, but 50% of what they have to say is ‘gender politics’ about trannies that has nothing to do with nothing.

    If anything is long-march-like, it is the politics via the internet. Because internet is not institutionalized, it is a place of free movement of ideas. While some of these ideas are crackpot and crazy, there are also expressions of obvious truths that the media and academia simply won’t over. It’s like Colin Flaherty has the guts to talk about the racial character of US violence where institutions of media and academia haven’t the guts to be honest.

    So, it’s turning into Long March through the Internet vs Fortress siege-mentality of the Institutions.

    (Mao was like Muhammad of his age. How did Muhammad and his Muslims take power so fast over such vast area? Clash of empires creates a giant vacuum from all the war-weariness and exhaustion. Persian Empire and Byzantine Empire battled one another time and time again, and they were ground into exhaustion…. and that gave a huge opening to Muhammad and his ragtag Arab raiders. Same in China. The clash of big powers — KMT, Japan, and US — led to a huge power vacuum in China, and Mao, esp thanks to Soviet intervention at the request of the US, found his opening and took all of China. The lesson to learn from his for minor power is that it should look for opening when the big guys clash.)


  7. I am quite familiar with Sheriff Hodgson and his work. You do NOT want to wind up as one of his guests in the Bristol County Jail!

  8. God damn. When some boys up in Massachusetts are demanding for the arrest of commie anti-white mayors, you know things are changing! White pill

  9. The jewdicial systems toadies in league with lefty reprobates are hell bent on destroying Trump’s initiatives.

    Seattle Sues Trump Administration Over Sanctuary Cities Order

    The city of Seattle on Wednesday announced a federal lawsuit over the Trump administration’s threat to withhold federal grants to so-called “sanctuary cities,” citing the 10th Amendment that deals with states’ rights.

    “Apparently the Trump administration, their war on facts, has now become a war on cities,” Seattle Mayor Ed Murray said. He said the goal of the suit is to have a judge declare the order unconstitutional.

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