College Campus Police Won’t Enforce Immigration Laws Despite Border Patrol Presence
The shame of sanctuary cities that exist for the purpose of harboring and protecting illegal immigrants from the lawful consequences of their actions continues across the United States, despite the pattern of violent crime that follows the policy into the streets – assaults, rapes and even murders committed by those who should have been permanently deported when there was still time to prevent the crimes.
Now, a state university in that most liberal of states, has adopted the same policy on its campus in an effort to reassure its illegal immigrant students that they are, essentially, immune from the law.
California State University, San Marcos, in northern San Diego County, is sensitive to the illegals on campus and has announced publically that the school will not enforce immigration law or cooperate with U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE).
The formal statement of the policy that creates the “sanctuary campus” came in response to students’ “fears for their safety and wellbeing” when they saw ICE representatives at a school career fair.
The university pledged to announce the presence of the offensive federal law enforcement employees at such employment recruitment events in advance to ease the anxiety of those who are not lawfully present in the U.S.
The policy also informed the students that campus police are prohibited from making an inquiry about a person’s status because the purpose of the officers “is to create a safe and inclusive environment for everyone.”
Except, of course, anyone assaulted, raped or murdered by someone who has no business being there in the first place.