NJ Funding Illegal Immigrant Invasion Force

The Third Worlding Continues

NJ Governor Chris Chrisrie is out, term limits. NJ went to the polls and elected a Democratic Governorship. The new guy is named Phil Murphy. One of the first things he had on the agenda for NJ if not the first thing was to get the ball rolling on legalizing pot. 

Governor Murphy now has his first budget and he has…

announced Monday that the Garden State would set aside more than $2 million to provide legal aid for low-income immigrants facing deportation.

The first-year Democrat announced the allocation in the current fiscal year’s budget hours before a federal judge barred the Trump administration from enforcing a recently enacted rule denying asylum to anyone who crossed the U.S.-Mexico border illegally.

“Families who came to New Jersey for a better life do not deserve to be torn apart by the federal government’s cruel and discriminatory policies,” Murphy said in a statement.

That is according to FOX News.

We have activist judges and migrant caravans. Now we have this shit and from other States too. NorthJerseydotcom, New York and California both have similar programs.

NorthJersey.com is part of USA Today and gives the reader of their story an extremely dodgy introduction,

New Jersey residents facing deportation and other immigration issues could soon benefit from $2.1 million in state funds earmarked for legal aid for immigrants.

(Emphasis Mine)

Illegals are Residents? Immigrants? O’Rlly???

That our Legislatures and Executives can do this and get approval from The Courts pretty much makes government superfluous as all they are doing makes the state obsolete and makes citizenship a free for all.

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