Mexico Enters Texas Sanctuary Cities Ban Lawsuit

June 28, 2017

Mexican-flag-GettyThe Mexican government entered the court battle over Texas’ new sanctuary city ban by filing an “affidavit of concern.”

Laws such as SB4 further criminalize migration; open the door to possible acts of racial discrimination; erode the collaboration of the migrant community with local authorities; and create a climate of persecution.

The move follows an action by the Trump Administration which recently filed a “Statement of Interest” in the case and is going to enter the battle supporting Texas’ sanctuary city ban, Breitbart Texas reported.

As reported by Breitbart Texas, Democrats, open border advocates, and officials in politically blue Democrat cities within Texas filed suit to block Senate Bill 4 (SB 4) from becoming law on September 1. The League of United Latin American Citizens (LULAC) filed the first suit just days after the bill was signed by the governor.

10 Comments - what are your thoughts?

  • r.w. says:

    with the way the Mexicans think that they can tell the U.S.A. what they do not agree with and want the border on our side open and their side closed. if the border patrol is not allowed to use deadly force then release about 200 hundred of the largest alligators we have in florida into the Rio Grande river. I am sure they would get to like Mexican food even through it might be a bit spicy at first. BON APPETIT. MAYBE THEY WOULD GET THE HINT TO STAY THE HELL OUT OF THE U.S. AND USE THEIR DRUGS THEMSELVES..

  • Tiger says:

    LOLOL hey Mexico we are not citizens of the world, you have no say so here, get the Hell out or I feel sure Trump layers will lay the laws of our land on your sorry asses.

    Time to show these countries we are a Sovereign Nation and the audacity to actually show their asses in such a way as to think they can force their wants on us. Trump have a talk with little Mexican Prez.

  • retiredairforce says:

    That cesspool of a country needs to keep their damned noses out of our business and worry about their own cartel owned and run cesspool of a country.

  • Retired says:

    Any organization suing any entity of government should be banned from receiving TAX DOLLSRS .

  • Pete Bundy says:

    Mexico wants us to take their low educated citizens, use them to replace out citizens who use to do the dirty jobs and have them send their money they collect here back to Mexico to boost their economy. And no we don’t need to admit Mexico to the US as a huge state as they will vote themselves all kinds of entailments and then we will go under. Read PR.

  • r.w. says:

    lets get the wall up as soon as possible and cover it with barbed wire or razor wire. keep the dam illegals out with their drugs. who do these jerks think they are telling us what they do not want. give our border patrol the ok to use deadly force and do it!!!

    1. Janis says:

      Also, put up those solar panels that President Trump said we should put on The Wall and use the power to electrify it. Now won’t that burn the left, the open border folks, the climate change crowd and Mexico.

  • gvette says:

    Last I knew, the president of Mexico has his own problems. The wetback needs to keep out of anything to do with the US!

  • CBUJAN says:

    Mexicao stay on your side of the border.

  • itsfun says:

    Of course Mexico supports sanctuary cities. They don’t want their criminals and poor. They want us to feed their people and take care of their criminals.

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