Florida's new election law praised as model for all states
The governor of Florida is getting rave reviews from conservatives after signing an election integrity bill into law.
A letter signed by 275 sheriffs, representing counties in 39 states, was sent to the White House last week all but begging President Joe Biden to secure the U.S.-Mexico border and end the illegal migration crisis.
"America’s Sheriffs urge you, Mr. President, to reverse course and help us protect our communities by securing the southern border," the letter reads in part. "Both the Barack Obama and Donald Trump administrations recognized the threats and dangers presented by illegal immigration. It is critically important that you see it as well."
Dave Ray of the Federation for American Immigration Reform says the sheriffs are taking action because the Biden administration is responsible for the worst surge of illegal aliens in 20 years.
“They're not going to admit it publicly,” he says, “but they have to see that there is a crisis.”
Regarding the sheriffs, Ray says they represent law and order at the local level. If they are speaking out, he says, the administration had better be listening because that suggests the voters are not happy and will say so at the voting precinct.
“The public is not going to tolerate this,” he tells One News Now.
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