Survey: Voters Favor Prosecuting Oakland Mayor Who Tipped Off Illegals to ICE Raid

Chris Menahan
InformationLiberation
Mar. 08, 2018

Nearly half of American voters favor prosecuting Oakland Mayor Libby Schaaf for tipping off illegal aliens to an ICE raid last week which reportedly allowed criminals with violent and sex-related convictions to evade capture.

Only 36% were opposed.

From Rasmussen Reports:
The U.S. Justice Department is considering legal action against Schaaf, and voters tend to support that move.

A new Rasmussen Reports national telephone and online survey finds that 47% of Likely U.S. Voters think the U.S. Justice Department should seek obstruction of justice charges against the mayor for notifying illegal immigrants in her city that federal immigration authorities were about to conduct operations there. Thirty-six percent (36%) oppose prosecuting the mayor, but 16% are undecided.
Attorney General Jeff Sessions slammed Libby on Wednesday for "needlessly endangering" the lives of our nation's law enforcement officers.



Schaaf responded by calling him "racist."



She also claimed crime rates in her extremely high crime city were falling, seemingly unaware of how ridiculous that sounds considering she's actively tipping off criminals to impending raids so they can escape prosecution.

The only reason crime rates are falling in Oakland is because, just as in Broward County, Florida, they've stopped charging black and Hispanic youths with crimes in the name of "fighting systemic racism."

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