Nov. 14, 2021

S5E83: Are Government Policies Making Us All Less Safe? Are Anti-Law Enforcement, And The Immigration - Southern Border Crisis Policies Contributing To Increased Crime?

S5E83: Are Government Policies Making Us All Less Safe? Are Anti-Law Enforcement, And The Immigration - Southern Border Crisis Policies Contributing To Increased Crime?

Sheriff Thomas Hodgson from the Bristol County Massachusetts Sheriff's Department is our guest. Are Government Policies Making Us All Less Safe? Are Anti-Law Enforcement, And The Immigration - Southern Border Crisis Policies Contributing To Increased Crime?

Since 1998, Sheriff Hodgson has been on the front lines calling for responsible immigration reform that helps law enforcement keep communities safe. He has worked with state and local leaders to put national security ahead of appeasing illegal aliens.

President Joe Biden and his anti-law enforcement, administration abruptly cancelled Sheriff Hodgson’s partnership with ICE after more than two decades. After 20-plus years of cooperation with ICE; after 20-plus years of stellar federal audit reports; after 20-plus years of protecting the people of Bristol County from criminal illegal aliens; and after 20-plus years of advocacy from local community meetings to state legislatures, Congress and the Oval Office, Sheriff Hodgson’s ICE housing, transportation and 287(g) contracts were suddenly cancelled. 

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