California to Give Taxpayer Money to Help Illegals Fight Deportation!


Los Angeles County officials Janice Hahn and Hilda Solis have decided to use $1 million in taxpayer funds to help illegal immigrants fight deportation. 

According to LA based radio-station KPCC’s interview with Janice Hahn’s mouthpiece Liz Odendahl said “The idea is to set up the legal fund with $1 million in the first year, then obtain matching funds from public or private donors.” She further explains the move was designed to proactively provide illegal immigrants with “supports” before President-Elect Trump takes office to short-circuit his pledge to deport illegal immigrants across the country. 

The idea of using American taxpayer funds to benefit illegals is outrageous and patently un-American but is not new to California. In 2014, Governor Jerry Brown (D) “authorized about $3 million annually for nonprofit legal services providers to represent unaccompanied minors arriving at the U.S.-Mexico border.” The county officials are also calling on the state to broaden its funding for immigrants’ legal services.

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