A Pennsylvania constable is standing in strong support of the tough new immigration laws passed by the United States House of Representatives – and for a good reason.
Two important immigration bills have passed the House and currently await action in the U.S. Senate.
Project 21 Black Leadership Network Council Nedd II, who also serves as an elected state constable in Pennsylvania and a co-chairman of the Project 21 Black Leadership Network approaches the issue of illegal immigration with firsthand experience.
As a law enforcement officer Nedd has regular interaction with illegals aliens on a weekly basis. One of the places he works is the Pennsylvania town of State College – the home of Penn State University.
"There's a lot of people who well overstayed their visas, and State College, Pennsylvania, has declared itself a sanctuary city,” the authority on immigration explained. “And so, literally, I go serve the warrant on them … and then that's essentially it – until the next time I show to serve another warrant on them. And nothing is ever done."
Nedd also noted that he is greatly encouraged by Kate's Law and the tone of Trump administration on this issue.
"You shouldn't have illegal aliens walking the streets committing crimes and basically not having to live with any consequences of their actions,” the Pennsylvania police officer contended. “We take a lot of these people off the streets [and] deport them back to where they belong. They're obviously not going to be committing any crimes here. They'll be back doing whatever it is they do in their own country – rather than doing on the streets of Pennsylvania."
Despite the recent passage of the tough immigration laws, Nedd believes that there will still be opposition from Democrats in the Senate.