Despite what the loonies in Sacramento think, everybody in California isn't in favor of providing sanctuary to Illegal Aliens.
Form the OC Register
The anti-sanctuary movement is gaining momentum.
On Thursday, three days after Los Alamitos made national news by launching a city ordinance to defy California’s so-called sanctuary law, two Orange County supervisors plan to introduce measures that range from a county resolution similar in spirit to the ordinance passed in Los Alamitos, to filing a lawsuit against the state.
Meanwhile, Los Alamitos Mayor Troy Edgar has created a GoFundMe page to help his city pay legal expenses that figure to come when the city is sued by pro-immigrant and civil-rights groups. Edgar hopes his page, called “Mayor Edgar’s — Stop Sanctuary Law,” will raise $100,000.
“We’re getting an outpouring of support from across the country and the nation. People are offering to help with legal costs for little Los Alamitos,” said Edgar, who said he has received more than 5,000 emails since the council’s 4-1 vote Monday night to exempt the city from a state law that protects immigrants living illegally in the country.