By: Red Pill | 04-03-2018 | News
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AG Sessions Files a New Lawsuit Against the State of California

The Attorney General of the United States of America Jeff Sessions has filed a new lawsuit as of Monday against the State of California for passing what Sessions described as an “Unconstitutional Law,” which will become the second of the lawsuits against the rogue leadership.

In 2018, the Department of Justice has remained adamant that the passing of “SB54,” a “Sanctuary State” law signed into effect by California Governor Jerry Brown, was both in direct violation of federal immigration laws, and endangered the national security of the entire United States of America.

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<a href="">The Attorney General issued the following statement from the Department of Justice website today:</a>

<blockquote>“I regret the need to file yet another lawsuit against the state of California today. The Department of Justice is fighting every day to take illegal guns and drugs off our streets, combat the opioid epidemic and secure our borders from drug traffickers and criminal aliens, and protect our national security from radical Islamic extremists and foreign threats to our cybersecurity. But once again, we see that too many of our resources are being diverted to deal with meritless and unnecessary lawsuits.”</blockquote>

<blockquote>“We are forced to spend our resources to bring these lawsuits against states like California that believe they are above the law and are passing facially unconstitutional laws specifically intended to interfere with the federal government’s ability to carry out its legitimate law enforcement duties. And we are forced spend our resources to defend against lawsuits that are patently meritless like one now filed by California claiming that adding back a question on citizenship to the census is unconstitutional after decades of its inclusion. Both of these lawsuits are forcing us to spend precious taxpayer dollars and Department resources to litigate issues that most Americans believe are common sense—the executive branch should be able to remove criminal aliens from a jail instead of your neighborhood, the federal government should have an accurate count of who can legally vote in our federal elections, a Department should be able to rescind an unlawful policy intended to usurp Congress’ role in passing immigration laws, or that the President should be able to know who is coming into our country from countries that are terrorist havens.”</blockquote>

<blockquote>“The waste is compounded by ideological judging and forum shopping that drags these cases out for months and years. In the meantime, the federal government can be prevented from carrying out its lawful duties by a single district court judge regardless of how many of the other 600 plus district court judges may disagree. The increasing frequency of limitless injunctions is simply unsustainable, and the ever-more extreme nature of these injunctions is only making it more obvious just how unlawful they are. This is not a political or a partisan issue. It is a constitutional issue and a rule of law issue and, more frequently now, a question of how we are allocating our taxpayer dollars—to protecting Americans from violent crime and a raging drug epidemic or defending frivolous lawsuits from partisan actors.”</blockquote>

<blockquote>”Government-by-litigation isn’t what the American people voted for and attempting to thwart an administration’s elected agenda through endless, meritless lawsuits is a dangerous precedent.”</blockquote>

Governor Jerry Brown and California's rogue leadership are treading on a very risky path, one that if continued could bring about criminal proceedings against the state as it continues to place the lives of Americans around the nation in jeopardy.

This is no longer a “State's Rights” issue, as no state has the right to endanger America's National Security in any way, shape, or form.

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