Nope, now the administration has doubled down on Arizona's position as a member of these here United States by refusing them, and only them, access to the 287G database. You know, the one that they check against for illegal aliens.
VAN SUSTEREN: Do you intend to appeal the 287G — the fact that it has been canceled as it relates to Arizona?
BREWER: You know, I don’t know if I can appeal it.
It is actually the federal government. It is their program. And it’s
almost become apparent that they can do whatever they darn well want!
They don’t want to enforce their laws. They won’t let us help them
enforce their laws.
The bottom line is, is what we need is a new administration, somebody that will take the responsibility, uphold the rule of law and secure our borders so we can deal with all the issues pertaining to illegal immigration. And we have that opportunity in November.
And my congressman thinks that writing a new law telling the administration that they are supposed to obey and enforce the laws already on the books is going to be helpful. No wonder they are so bold.