CAPS — California’s millions of moderate Democrats and its growing number of independents who support stabilized population and sensible, sustainable immigration are disappointed in their United States Senate November choices.
On Tuesday, California primary voters chose two same-party candidates, one of whom will replace retiring Sen. Barbara Boxer. Democrats Kamala Harris, California’s Attorney General, and U.S. Rep. Loretta Sanchez are long-time open borders and by extension therefore anti-environment candidates.
On immigration, sanctuary cities and illegal immigrant entitlements, Harris is a disaster whose advocacy is staggering. Harris’ long list of lowlights include convening a roundtable of immigration lawyers to provide legal services for unaccompanied Central American minors who surged the border, repudiating the federal appeals court which upheld the Texas court’s injunction on President Obama’s executive action amnesty for five million aliens, promoting Gov. Jerry Brown’s Trust Act and telling farm workers that “an undocumented immigrant is not a criminal.” Harris’ critics call her “the Queen of sanctuary cities” for her blatant disregard of federal immigration law that led to many avoidable deaths, the most prominent of which is Kate Steinle’s.
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