CHARLESTON, WV (LOOTPRESS) – A bill introduced last week in the West Virginia Legislature could legalize the deportation of illegal aliens to sanctuary cities located across the country.
Sponsored by Delegate Eric Brooks (R-45) with support from Delegates Martin (R-65), Coop-Gonzalez (R-67), Foster (R-20), Kump (R-94), and Barnhart (R-9), House Bill 5400 was introduced in the House of Delegates last Wednesday and was referred to the House Judiciary Committee that same day.
The bill would amend West Virginia code to allow for a new article which, among other things, would establish the Unauthorized Alien Transport Program within the Department of Homeland Security’s Division of Administrative Services to facilitate the transport of inspected unauthorized aliens within the United States.
“This is my bill to deport any illegal aliens found in West Virginia to certified sanctuary cities,” Delegate Eric Brooks said of the legislation. “If these sanctuary cities want them, we will do our part to get them there. West Virginians deserve to have our resources used on our citizens, not illegals.”
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