ICE targets NorCal businesses

With much of the news about U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement being about efforts of the feds to provide security and spot false merchandise at the Super Bowl a big operation didn’t get nearly the attention that it was deserving of.

ICE conducted raids of dozens of businesses in Northern California last week as a part of ongoing efforts to ensure that employers aren’t violating the law by hiring illegal aliens. The operation comes after ICE had conducted similar checks at 7-Eleven stores which badly rattled Latino activists.

The raids focused on areas around San Francisco and Sacramento which will likely infuriate Democrats whose primary mission has become the protection of illegal aliens.

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2 Responses to ICE targets NorCal businesses

  1. Nemo says:

    If you want your sanctuary state, you CAN’T keep your sanctuary state! BWWAAAAHAHAHAH. So many illegals, so little time.

  2. Andrew says:

    Never knew San Fran and Sacramento were ‘North Cal.’ I thought they were ‘Central Cal.’ What, nothing exists north of San FranFreako and Scumamento?

    Can’t wait for ICE to reach the LA basin. Open gang warfare against the government?

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