Denver mayor to create public legal defense fund for illegals – by executive order

Denver mayor to create public legal defense fund for illegals – by executive order
Michael Hancock, Mayor of Denver. (Image via Facebook)

[Ed. – The fund would be created “mostly from donations”?  And the balance of it from where?  What is there, other than taxpayer money?  Would the administrators of the fund be holding car washes to raise cash?]

Since [Trump] took office in January, over 41,000 illegals have been arrested. The Trump administration is now looking to break the back of MS-13, a large and vicious gang from Central America.

Of course, liberals don’t like this; they don’t like enforcing federal immigration laws for some reason. In Denver, the mayor is mulling establishing a legal defense fund via executive order to push back against the Trump White House’s immigration policy (via Denver 7 ABC):

Mayor Michael Hancock is drafting an executive order that would create a legal defense fund for immigrants as part of a series of new policies aimed at pushing back against the Donald Trump administration’s crackdown on illegal immigration.

The legal defense fund would be in place through Jan. 20, 2021—the first [sic; last] day of the president’s current term—and would help pay for lawyers for people threatened with deportation, according to a fact sheet of the draft executive order provided to Denver7 Tuesday. The Denver Post reports the fund would be created mostly from donations. …

Denver has been mulling sanctuary city status.

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