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Ted Budd And Bradley Byrne Introduced A Bill That Would Let Victims of Illegal Alien Crime Sue Sanctuary Cities

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Theodore Paul Budd or better know as Ted Budd is an American businessman and politician from the state of North Carolina. A Republican, Budd is the member of the United States House of Representatives for North Carolina’s 13th congressional district.

His name wasn’t that famous around the country until yesterday.

When he introduced a bill that would let victims of illegal alien crime sue the sanctuary cities.

After his trip to the southern border, Congressman Bradley Byrne (R-Fairhope) teamed up with Congressman Ted Budd (R-NC) to introduce the Justice for Victims of Sanctuary Cities Act on Thursday.

The Justice for Victims of Sanctuary Cities Act allows for victims of any crimes up until 10 years ago to file a lawsuit with a sanctuary city. Illegal immigrants with past criminal convictions made up about 74% of arrests by Immigration and Customs Enforcement in 2018, according to Pew Research Center.

The bill creates a “new legal right for any individual, spouse, or child who is a victim of a violent crime or felony caused by an illegal immigrant to sue the responsible sanctuary city or jurisdiction.”

The proposal also “requires jurisdictions to waive immunity for these cases as a condition of receiving Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) funds and other grants.”

According to Byrne’s press release, “The bill defines a ‘Sanctuary Jurisdiction’ as any state or political subdivision (including a county or city) that has a statute, ordinance, policy, or practice that restricts a government official or entity from receiving or maintaining information about the immigration status of an individual, including refusing to comply with lawful detainer requests made by DHS or the notification of the release of an illegal immigrant.

At a North Carolina rally, President Donald Trump praised the legislation and Sen. Thom Tillis (R-NC), who led the Senate version of the bill.

“It strikes me as common sense to introduce and pursue legislation that allows families and victims recourse against municipalities and policies that have caused them so much damage,” Budd’s press release read. “Currently, they have none.”

I hope this bill passes.it’s about time we start to care about our citizens who are victims because of the politicians that don’t care about our country.


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