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You Won’t Believe What President Trump Just Took Away From Sanctuary Chicago, Rahm Emanuel Is Furious.

Rahm Emanuel, ex-White House Chief of Staff under Obama, and now mayor of Chicago, a place where both he and Barack Hussein Obama trim their political teeth in the unpleasant and-tumble Chicago Way. At the point when Obama emptied his senator’s seat by winning the administration, the legislative leader of Illinois, Rod Blagojevich, was then arraigned for endeavoring to offer his senate seat to the most noteworthy bidder.

Both Illinois and Chicago are overflowing with corruption and turmoil, and it appeared well and good that somebody of Rahm Emanuel’s status would accept the position as chairman. Just somebody who had associations with Obama would be sufficiently corrupt to go up against a vocation as graceless as this. In his offer for significance in the wake of some unpleasant circumstances where Black Lives Matter was having consistent run-ins with police, and also a progression of pack related shootings at cops where they utilized AK-47s, the chairman was stuck a sticky situation.

To charm himself to the general population, a to a great extent Liberal open who were polluted by the debilitated and debased political stage of the Democrats, Rahm did what any Leftist chairman would do in his circumstance: He bowed to the expatriate crowd and asserted he would shield them from expelling. Presently, Emanuel is stunned to find that the Trump organization challenged him on his false front and is withholding government financing from the city of Chicago for disregarding elected movement laws and not participating with ICE specialists!

Via Daily Caller:

Attorney General Jeff Sessions had harsh words for Chicago Mayor Rahm Emanuel on Monday after he and other city leaders announced a lawsuit against Justice Department over its policy regarding so-called sanctuary cities.

“They have demonstrated an open hostility to enforcing laws designed to protect law enforcement – federal, state, and local – and reduce crime, and instead have adopted a formal policy of protecting criminal aliens who plow on their own residents,” Sessions said in a Surprisingly combative statement.

“No amount of federal taxpayer dollars will help a city that refuses to help its own residents,” he added.

Last month, Sessions announced that cities will have to meet certain compliance standards in order to receive funding through the Edward Byrne Memorial Justice Assistance Grant, known as JAG.

Chicago received $ 2.3 million through the program last year.

For cities to receive the grant in the future, Sessions stipulated that they must comply with certain requests from federal immigration agencies.

Local officials, including police officers, would be required to provide information about illegal aliens as well as allow federal immigration agents to local jails. Local officials would also be required to give the Department of Homeland Security a minimum 48 hours’ notice before releasing illegal aliens wanted for deportation.

In his response, Sessions tied Chicago’s immigration policies to its astronomical violent crime rate.
“A degree perhaps unsurpassed by any other jurisdiction, the political leadership of Chicago has chosen deliberately and deliberately to adopt a policy that obstructs the lawful immigration system of this country,” he said.

“This is astounding given the unprecedented violent crime wave in Chicago, with the number of murders in 2016 surpassing both New York and Los Angeles combined. The city’s leaders can not follow some laws and ignore others and reasonably expect this horrific situation to improve. “

Sessions went on to claim that Chicago’s crime problem could be fixed by “re-commitment to the rule of law and to policies that reverse the culture of the lawlessness that has surrounded the city.”

Other cities whose JAG funding is threatened by Sessions’ requirements are expected to sue the Justice Department.

There was some talk for some time that Mayor Emanuel was laughing at the possibility that the Trump organization would have the capacity to quit financing to Chicago on account of protected issues, however, that will be up to specialists over the leader himself to choose. Concerning Rahm Emanuel, he damaged one of the old truisms of the Chicago Way: He brought a knife to a gunfight.

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H/T The Daily Caller