It seems like at every turn, Democrats are pushing extreme, out-of-touch immigration policies that make our Commonwealth less safe. Just last week, their adopted Party platform formally called for the creation of a sanctuary state.
Over on Beacon Hill, Democrat lawmakers are trying to make that idea a reality - but fortunately, Gov. Baker is standing in their way. Legislators last month introduced a bill that would have blocked the Department of Corrections' partnership with ICE. Since last year, the partnership has kept nearly 150 dangerous, violent criminals who were here illegally off the streets and into federal custody.
Driven by an extreme desire to make Massachusetts, Beacon Hill Democrats' introduced a bill to remove this partnership. But according to the Boston Herald, "they face staunch opposition from Gov. Charlie Baker, who called any bill stripping state funding from the agreement 'a step backwards in public safety.'"