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California Gov Candidate Has The Perfect Plan To End Sanctuary State Policies, And It All Starts With Trump

Travis Allen

A California state assemblyman running for governor called for the arrest and the federal indictment of the state attorney general after the official threatened prosecution against any business owner complying with a federal immigration law reports Fox News.

Assemblyman Travis Allen (R-Huntington Beach) said President Donald Trump and U.S. Attorney General Jeff Sessions should “come to California [and] literally arrest [and] indict Xavier Becerra for breaking federal law.

Tucker Carlson agreed with Allen who said Becerra, the state’s top law enforcement officer, broke federal law by threatening employers with prosecution if they violated sanctuary city policies.

According to Fox News, under a new state law, The Immigration Worker Protection Act, employers, and businesses could face fines of up to $10,000 if they provide employee information to U.S. Immigration Customs.

If employers “start giving up information about their employees or access to their employees in ways that contradict our new California laws, they subject themselves to actions by my office. We will prosecute those who violate the law,” Becerra said at a news conference.

The law prevents workers of any immigration status from being detained at workplaces. Among other stipulations, federal officials must obtain a warrant before searching a worksite and employers are required to notify their workers before a federal audit of employee records.

The act was sponsored by State Assemblyman David Chiu (D-San Francisco).

Carlson said that by Becerra – a state official – flouting federal law in this way, it makes people wonder “if the union begins to fall apart” next.

“The [state] attorney general is literally, criminally trying to obstruct justice,” Allen said.

“[Xavier Becerra] has crossed the line,” he said. “This is now a criminal offense.”

Allen faces a slew of Democrats, including Lt. Gov. Gavin Newsom and former Los Angeles Mayor Antonio Villaraigosa, in the race for governor. Governor Jerry Brown (D) is term-limited.