White House Press Secretary Sean Spicer is a warrior among men. He takes it from the far-left media and still delivers powerful statements from President Trump that resonates days after he has said it.

On Wednesday, Spicer responded to Federal Judge William Orrick who wrote a decision opposing President Trump’s Executive Order halting money for sanctuary cities. Spicer said officials who support and harbor illegal aliens have “blood of dead Americans on their hands,” and he’s right.

Sanctuary cities are seditious threats to the safety of all Americans. Elected officials who pledge and actually break the law need to be removed from office and prosecuted. So-called civil disobedience cannot be an option for officers of the law. A state government that is not in the hands of progressives needs to act to remedy this situation and provide an objective lesson in what it means to be patriotic officials in a law abiding society.

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“This San Francisco judge’s erroneous ruling is a gift to the criminal gang and cartel element in our country, empowering the worst kind of human trafficking and sex trafficking, and putting thousands of innocent lives at risk.”

“On the same grounds as the court ruled,” Spicer replied. “Ironically, the court agreed with the president’s interpretation of the authorities that he has given under U.S. Code. Where they differed is the interpretation of the intent of it which is outside of what they should be looking at. The U.S. Code makes it clear this president has the full authority to do what’s necessary to protect this country and to present grant money in a way he sees fit. The idea that any judge or any jurisdiction would not be wanting to help make sure that we can protect our citizens runs counter to what we should be looking for as citizens and laws supporting to do.”

Sanctuary cities and their elected officials have blood of dead Americans on their hands. These individuals should be held accountable for any crimes that occur while they live in their sanctuary city.

By taking federal money, these sanctuary cities are stealing from the American taxpayer as well as infringing upon our constitutional rights and our right to safety and security.

Do you agree with Spicer’s conclusion or was it too strong? How much support across this nation do you think Trump has against sanctuary cities. Share your opinions below in the comments section.

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