Thomas Homan, acting director of Immigration and Customs Enforcement, warned California after its sanctuary state law went into effect that it “better hold on tight”—that if politicians wanted to skirt federal law, they need to be prepared for the consequences.
After only a month into the new year he seems to be following through on his promise to increase ICE’s presence in the state and continue cracking down on illegal immigration. This week, ICE agents raided dozens of businesses in Northern California, officials said Thursday.
This time, ICE agents searched 77 businesses in the San Francisco and Sacramento areas in what was believed to be the largest localized raid since President Donald Trump took office, the San Francisco Chroniclereported.
The raid underscores ICE acting director Thomas Homan’s call for a “400 percent increase” in agency operations focusing on workplaces, the paper reported. (FoxNews.com)
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