“California has become a rogue state,” San Diego County Supervisor Dianne Jacob said on the Todd Starnes Radio show. “Illegal immigration is wrong. There is a legal way to come into this country and that should be upheld.” . . .
“This is a public safety issue. We have people crossing our border illegally and they are committing crimes,” Jacob said on the radio show. “The California law puts a wedge between ability of local law enforcement and federal officials to cooperate with each other.”
Jacob represents a district adjacent to the border with Mexico and she said it’s become a very dangerous place.
The San Diego County Board of Supervisors is scheduled to vote on April 17 whether to join the Trump Administration’s lawsuit against the state, potentially joining Orange County and the cities of Los Alamitos and Huntington Beach. Orange County supervisors are also considering an ordinance to opt out of the state’s “sanctuary” law.