Florida appears poised to join a righteous law-and-order backlash against so-called sanctuary cities that shield and harbor illegal aliens in defiance of the nation’s immigration laws, after a pro-immigration enforcement bill passed the state’s House of Representatives.
The Sunshine State was home to 775,000 illegal aliens in 2016, according to Pew Research Center.
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The state is also home to 15 municipalities that are sanctuary cities, according to Floridians for Immigration Enforcement, which prefers to label those jurisdictions “anarchy cities.”
A tidal wave of illegal immigration has now crippled America’s southern border.