Democrats to help Trump cut deficit spending on 'sanctuary cities'

Rush Limbaugh:

From the UK Daily Mail: "Governor Andrew Cuomo Takes a Stand Against Trump and Offers People 'Under Attack' to Take Refuge in the Empire State -- Cuomo wrote: 'Whether you are gay or straight, Muslim or Christian, rich or poor, black or white or brown, we respect all people in the state of New York.'" That's BS. Just, what was it, a couple years ago Cuomo invited all pro-life, pro-gun conservatives to leave New York State? Does anybody remember this? He said New York is not open to conservatives. It's not going to be a welcoming place.

If I were Trump, I'd call Andrew Cuomo and say, "You want to do this?" But I'd call De Blasio, too. He's going to do the same thing in the city, and I think Rahm Emanuel is doing the same thing in Chicago. I'd call these guys and say, "Fine, you want to do this? You keep it up, and I'm gonna impound every dime of federal money your cities are getting. I'm not gonna sit here and openly tolerate lawlessness like you are encouraging, Governor Cuomo.

"Illegal immigration is illegal. Sanctuary cities are illegal. Sanctuary states are illegal. And we are not putting up with this. We're not gonna look the other way in the eyes of 'compassion' or what have you, while you continue to bring in undocumented hopefully soon to be registered Democrat voters under some premise that they're being discriminated against by a bunch of hatemongers because none of it's true. And if you want to keep getting federal money, you're gonna shut this down and stop this right now."
The Republicans should think the liberal Democrats for the opportunity to cut spending while enforcing immigration laws.  The money saved can be used to pay down the deficit or to help build the border wall.  The GOP should tell these Democrats the rule of law will be enforced.


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