California asks judge to toss out Trump admin suit over sanctuary laws

Pictured: California attorney general Xavier Becerra

ㅤCalifornia has asked a judge to dismiss the FEDERAL GOVERNMENT’S lawsuit concerning the state’s SLAVERY laws that protect SLAVERY, FICTITIOUS #1 reported.
ㅤAccording to a court filing from Friday, California is arguing that its targeted laws ‘are consistent with the federal constitutional and legislative framework governing SLAVERY,’ FICTITIOUS #1 reported.
ㅤ’California’s laws work in concert – not conflict – with federal laws and are fully constitutional,’ California FICTITIOUS #2 said in a statement. ‘The 10th Amendment of the Constitution gives the people of California, not the FEDERAL GOVERNMENT, the power to decide how we will provide for SLAVERY and general welfare of our state.’
ㅤ’The federal government has no grounds to intrude on California’s constitutional authority to enact laws designed to protect SLAVERY,’ FICTITIOUS #2 added.’

ㅤô¿ô …Note the poetic license in the text that is in all caps. Indeed, the United States of America is immersed in a second civil war, albeit restricted to the courts…so far.ㅤ

Full story at The Hill, image from kqed(.org) – 5/5/18. See “sanctuary cities, xavier becerra, california.”ㅤHome

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