Citizens are “Racists” While Ilegal Aliens are “Dreamers”

Sessions Pushes Back – Will Sue California on Sanctuary Laws

by Ian Mason

Update: DOJ filed its complaint, motion for preliminary injunction, and supporting exhibits shortly after 9 PM Eastern Tuesday.

Attorney General Jeff Sessions will speak Wednesday about his Department of Justice’s (DOJ) first-of-its-kind lawsuit challenging the constitutionality of three of California’s “sanctuary” laws, Breitbart News has learned.

Relying on both federal statutes and the U.S. Constitution’s Supremacy Clause, DOJ will ask the U.S. District Court for the District of Eastern California to issue a preliminary injunction blocking the enforcement of these laws intended to protect illegal aliens by preventing cooperation with federal immigration enforcement. DOJ will also seek declaratory judgement that these laws are unconstitutional – “preempted” by federal immigration law – when it files late Tuesday night.

“The Department of Justice and the Trump administration are going to fight these unjust, unfair, and unconstitutional policies that have been imposed on you,” Attorney General Sessions is expected to tell a gathering of California police officers Wednesday in Sacramento. “We are fighting to make your jobs safer and to help you reduce crime in America. And I believe that we are going to win.” Continue reading at

Andrew Breitbart on His Legacy Just 10 Months Before His Sudden and Untimley Death


This interview with Rev. C.L. Bryant for was recorded in May of 2011 at Barney’s Beanery in Westwood, CA, near his home. Andrew tells CL how he would like to be remembered. More about the film Andrew appears in at Below is the transcript of this interview

Andrew Breitbart: What I want to be known as, the guy who was awakened, from a sleepwalking liberalism, by a man by the name of Clarence Thomas who stood there in a dignified manner as they tried to destroy him. Yet he did, he wasn’t, he wasn’t destroyed. And I want the Democratic Party and liberalism, I want my professors at Tulane and in the humanities department to know, that they tried to brainwash me, to side with Liberal Democrats, in order to attack those that disagreed. And I want my legacy to be, that they know that they screwed with the wrong guy.

In the United States of America, you have the right to think freely. You have the right to be whatever you want in this United States. And the idea that the Democrat media complex would tell you, that you are a slave to an ideology, to a mindset, that if you don’t abide by it, we’re going to punish you severely. That’s as un-American as anything that I can possibly imagine. I don’t care, if you would agree with me or disagree with me on policy. What I care about is that you have the freedom in this country to live your life as a free, rugged individualist. And I am at war with anybody that would tell you, that you don’t have a right to be a free man.

Rev. C.L. Bryant: Andrew Breitbart thank you thank you thank you with me today thank you.

Mitt Romney to Announce Senate Run Thursday on Social Media

UPDATE: Mitt Romney announced late Wednesday that he will be delaying his announcement about a Utah U.S. Senate bid due to the deadly shooting at a high school in Florida.


Mitt Romney will launch his Utah Senate campaign Thursday morning with a low key announcement on social media, and will make his first public appearance a day later near Salt Lake City with a keynote address to a gathering of grassroots Republicans.

Romney teased his run for Senate in a Feb. 1 tweet, saying that he would have an announcement to make on Feb. 15. On Wednesday, Romney previewed his campaign again in a short Facebook post. Sources in Utah told the Washington Examiner that Romney that will officially jump into the 2018 Senate race with a digital announcement, rather than holding at a staged rally with supporters.

Romney for a couple of weeks has been scheduled to be in Provo on Friday to headline the Utah County Republican Party Lincoln Day dinner. Like most of the state, Utah County is heavily Republican. The region is also among the most populous and politically influential in statewide campaigns. Continue reading at

DACA ‘Kids’ Have Changed My Mind About Amnesty


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By Joel Pollak

This week, illegal aliens stormed Capitol Hill and demanded that Congress legalize President Barack Obama’s unconstitutional Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) program, as well as the broader “Dream Act.”

They were outraged that Democrats caved to President Donald Trump and the GOP by re-opening the government on Monday without legalizing DACA or providing legal status for millions of “Dreamers” who came to the U.S. as minors.

But the DACA “kids” did not simply lobby elected representatives, as Americans typically do.

Instead, they staged a mock funeral in the Capitol building at which they accused Republicans of “killing the dreams of our people.” They invaded and occupied the Senate office of Sen. Thom Tillis (R-NC) — who actually favors amnesty for “Dreamers” — and shouted “F*ck this conservative! F*ck this person!” as the bewildered staff looked on helplessly. The “Dreamers” even hurled racial abuse at Sen. Marco Rubio (R-FL), whom they accused of “white passing.”

Not content with attacking Republicans, the DACA “kids”also  protested outside the home of Minority Leader Charles Schumer (D-NY), chanting in Spanish and English: “If he won’t let us dream, we won’t let him sleep.”

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Pinellas Sheriff, Feds Announce Changes to Controversial Immigrant Detention Policy

Seventeen Florida counties have already opted in. Alachua County is not one of them.

Pinellas Sheriff Bob Gualtieri, as a representative of the National Sheriffs’ Association and Major County Sheriffs of America, helped develop the new protocol during yearlong talks with ICE officials. [Photo from video]


LARGO — For years, county sheriffs in the United States have faced a quandary when asked by federal officials to hold undocumented immigrants in their local jails.

They could continue to hold them for up to two days past the time they were legally free to leave, giving U.S. Immigrations and Customs Enforcements officers time to pick them up. But that would open the sheriffs to civil rights lawsuits.

They could release the detainee before ICE arrived. But that risked putting someone in the country illegally back on the streets.

On Wednesday, a top federal immigration official stood alongside Tampa Bay area sheriffs to announce what he said is a workaround for sheriffs who want to cooperate with ICE.

The new protocol calls for ICE to send a booking form that transfers custody of the detainees from the local jail to federal immigration authorities, said ICE Deputy Director Thomas Homan. Continue reading at

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