Finally Americans are being put above the criminals in our country illegally.
Countless crimes have been committed at the hands of people who weren’t supposed to be here in the first place. Many times they have been deported over and over again until finally a tragedy ends it once and for all. Kate Steinle is one of the victims of a multiple deportee who managed to re-enter the US five times before he murdered Kate.
After months of whining and undermining the President the House had passed Kate’s Law which increases the penalties multiple deportees face for criminal activity. On top of that the House also passed a bill that restricts the funds allotted to Sanctuary cities as they choose to defy the President they must not be in need of any of his financial support either.
The House passed two immigration reforms today, marking a first big step towards a pro-American national immigration policy, despite strong Democratic opposition.
President Donald Trump applauded the two votes:
During my campaign, I met many grieving families who all had the same plea: lawmakers must put the safety of American families first. Today, I applaud the House for passing two crucial measures to save and protect American lives. These were bills I campaigned on and that are vital to our public safety and national security. The first bill, Kate’s Law, increases criminal penalties for illegal immigrants who repeatedly re-enter the country illegally. The bill is named for Kate Steinle, who was killed by an illegal immigrant who had been deported five times. Every year, countless Americans are victimized, assaulted, and killed by illegal immigrants who have been deported multiple times. It is time for these tragedies to end.
The second bill, the No Sanctuary for Criminals Act, restricts taxpayer grant money to cities that prevent their police from turning over dangerous criminal aliens to federal authorities. Sanctuary cities are releasing violent criminals, including members of the bloodthirsty MS-13 gang, back onto our streets every single day. Innocent Americans are suffering unthinkable violence as a result of these cities’ reckless actions. The House bill also includes what is known as Grant’s Law and Sarah’s Law. These provisions, which prevent the release of dangerous criminals awaiting removal proceedings, are named for two slain Americans whose parents I spent time with during the campaign.