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Tuesday, April 25, 2017

California Is Wining Again About Federal Welfare The State Depends On To Operate Being Cut Off

Sanctuary City (AKA Sandwich City) = Millionaires Surrounded By Cheap Labor

Written By James Allan | 4-25-2017

Well, the California communists are at it again! The problem with this one is that the money is, "Allocated" to the executive branch by congress to be dispersed by the U.S. Justice Dept.. The Justice Dept. can give it or take it away for any reason.

I haven't researched this yet and don't know what's what on this action by the judge but I surely wouldn't have a thought that Jeff Sessions would have let Donald Trump issue an executive order to block the money to sanctuary cities if the executive staff didn't have authority to stop the allocations. 

It doesn't matter for what reason the executive branch stops payment of the money because there's no dictation by congress that takes the authority to allocate the money away. Jeff Sessions is a smart cookie and would not have done this if the federal government didn't have the authority under the U.S. Constitution to stop the payments that are for allocation purposes under the authority of the executive branch.

This only goes to show that California is a "Welfare State" as the population of the state is. The population of California depends on Welfare and, "So Does The State Of California". If the population depends of Welfare why would anyone be under the thought that a state isn't dependent on Welfare also?


California Judge Blocks Trump Order on Sanctuary City Money

Newsmax ArticleTuesday, 25 Apr 2017 07:57 PM

A federal judge on Tuesday blocked President Donald Trump's attempt to withhold funding from "sanctuary cities" that do not cooperate with U.S. immigration officials, saying the president has no authority to attach new conditions to federal spending.
U.S. District Judge William Orrick issued the preliminary injunction in two lawsuits — one brought by the city of San Francisco, the other by Santa Clara County — against an executive order targeting communities that protect immigrants from deportation.
The injunction will stay in place while the lawsuits work their way through court.
The judge rejected the administration's argument that the executive order applies only to a relatively small pot of money and said Trump cannot set new conditions on spending approved by Congress.


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