SHOCK POLL: 80% Of Americans Oppose Sanctuary CitiesChris Menahan
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A shocking new Harvard-Harris poll shows 80% of voters are opposed to sanctuary cities and 75% want increased border patrols.
The majority of voters also support Trump's travel ban and are opposed to bringing in so many refugees.
President Trump tweeted the poll out this afternoon:
From The Hill:
An overwhelming majority of Americans believe that cities that arrest illegal immigrants for crimes should be required to turn them over to federal authorities.
Kelly is expected to hire thousands of new immigration enforcement agents with broad authority to detain and deport those in the country illegally, potentially setting up a showdown between the federal government and sanctuary cities.Seeing as how the polls underrepresented Trump's support before the election, we can safely say the real numbers are even higher.
The results show clearly Americans want these aliens deported and do not believe "they're enriching our culture" and "helping our economy."
Even though the public overwhemingly supports kicking these aliens out, corrupt politicians on both sides of the aisle supported bringing them all in and letting them stay even though it's cost us billions of dollars and gotten thousands of innocent people like Kate Steinle killed.
All the numbers show Trump's agenda is wildly popular. While the media is in overdrive trying to demonize him by lying about him with an endless stream of fake news, if the sold out, cucked Republicans will just get in line and force his agenda through they'll be looking at decades of Republican rule.
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