San Diego Supervisor Calls California a “Rogue State”

San Diego County Supervisor Dianne Jacob is “cautiously optimistic” that a majority of her colleagues will vote to join the Trump administration in its lawsuit over California’s sanctuary state law.

Jacob appeared on Fox News radio last week and again on the network’s cable channel to discuss the upcoming vote on April 17. Jacob has been leading the effort to get San Diego on board with the Trump administration’s lawsuit, following in the footsteps of Orange County.

llegal immigration and SB 54 in particular is “a major public safety issue,” Jacob told Trish Reagan on Your World With Neil Cavuto. In an earlier radio appearance with Fox’s Todd Starnes, Jacob said California had become a “rogue state” by subverting the constitutional authority of the federal government and driving a wedge between local and federal law enforcement agencies.


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