Virginia Legislative Update: Bills Addressing Illegal Immigration

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The Virginia General Assembly "crossover" is today: The House gets the Senate's bills and vice versa.

Most significantly, a host of good bills addressing the negative effects the illegal alien population is having in the state have been passed by the House and now will be considered by the more problematic Senate. A few are going in the other direction.

If you believe the state should be doing more to solve the problems caused by illegal immigration here, the key thing to be done right now is CONTACT YOUR SENATOR. Find your Senator in the right hand side of this page. Send an e-mail, make a phone call, drop on in and talk to the folks in the office. Do all three if possible, but at least do one.

Tell your Senator you want him or her to support the following bills. They each attempt to improve the Commonwealth of Virginia's ability to control the problems imposed on citizens and legal residents by the growing illegal alien population in our communities.

If you are the cutting-and-pasting type, cut and paste whichever part of the list below you want to use. When you are done, go ahead and contact some other Senator. Maybe one from a nearby jurisdiction you moved from or might move into. Maybe just pick one 'cause you like their name. Then contact your Senator again in a day or two to see how everything's going.

But sound off and sound off repeatedly. There is a remaining window of literally days in which to make a difference on the legislative process and the laws that will be governing you and everyone else. Because Virginia is a "Dillon State" there are restrictions on what local governments can do in any given area until the state does something. And now is when the state might do something.

There's no guarantee Governor Kaine will sign every piece of legislation that comes to his desk - but he can't sign or veto the bills he does not receive. Also, every single Senator is up for election in less than 10 months. Here is a perfect opportunity to determine whether yours is worth voting for. Tell him or her what you think, and then watch how they vote.

Here is a quick list of relevant legislation to contact your Senator about. Below the fold is a status report and detail on each bill prepared by the excellent Bob Rudine of HelpSaveHerndon.

HB1618 Governor to enter into an agreement with ICE
HB1673 Immigration, Commission on; created, report
HB1921 Extortion; withholding immigration document
HB1970 Federal illegal alien status unlawful in Virginia; penalty
HB2336 Fraudulent use of birth certificates, etc.; penalty
HB2435 Immigrants; status in order to obtain domicile
HB2448 Every public body shall register with and participate in the Basic Pilot Program
HB2605 Illegal immigrants; document verification for employment of, penalty.
HB2622 Harboring illegal alien; penalty
HB2623 Tuition, in-state; illegal aliens not eligible therefore
HB2687 Unfair employment practices; discharging employees
HB2688 Workers' compensation; benefits paid to unauthorized aliens
HB2926 Immigration; powers of law-enforcement
HB2931 Cooperation with federal officials regarding immigration status
HB2937 Eligibility of certain aliens for state and local public benefits
HB3130 BPOL tax; refusal to grant and revocation of business licenses.
SB815 Human Anti-Trafficking Act
SB1045 Immigration; powers of law-enforcement officers

Take a moment to read through the bills - you can click through to the full text and amended versions if applicable. There are a handful of days in which to make a difference. Let's make the effort.

UPDATE: Bob just reported that ALL of the major bills we have been tracking have passed the House with sufficient votes for the House to withstand a veto.

Take a look below at the very impressive majorities most of these passed by. That says something about the general tenor of public opinion in the state - and I think also should give us hope a Democratic governor will not be deaf to the concerns.

2007 Bill Tracking

ACTIVE

HB1618 Governor to enter into an agreement with ICE
Patron - Frederick

02/01/07 Senate: Referred to Committee on General Laws and Technology
02/01/07 Senate: Constitutional reading dispensed
01/31/07 House: Communicated to Senate
01/31/07 House: VOTE: PASSAGE (69-Y 31-N)
01/30/07 House: Read second time and engrossed
01/29/07 House: Read first time
01/25/07 House: Reported from General Laws (16-Y 6-N)
01/10/2007 House: Assigned GL sub: #3 ABC/Gaming (Gear)
01/10/2007 Referred to Committee on General Laws

HB1673 Immigration, Commission on; created, report
Patron - Marshall, R.G.

01/29/07 Senate: Referred to Committee on Rules
01/29/07 Senate: Constitutional reading dispensed
01/26/07 House: Communicated to Senate
01/26/07 House: VOTE: BLOCK VOTE PASSAGE (98-Y 0-N)
01/25/07 House: Printed as engrossed 075807396-E
01/25/07 House: Engrossed by House as amended HB1673E
01/25/07 House: Committee amendment agreed to
01/25/07 House: Read second time
01/24/07 House: Read first time
01/23/07 House: Reported from General Laws with amendment (21-Y 0-N)
01/10/2007 House: Assigned GL sub: #3 ABC/Gaming (Gear)
12/05/2006 Referred to Committee on General Laws

HB1921 Extortion; withholding immigration document
Patron - Griffith

02/06/07 House: VOTE: BLOCK VOTE PASSAGE (99-Y 0-N)
02/06/07 House: Read third time and passed House BLOCK VOTE (99-Y 0-N)
02/05/07 House: Engrossed by House - committee substitute HB1921H1
02/05/07 House: Committee substitute agreed to 077798308-H1
02/05/07 House: Read second time
02/03/07 House: Read first time
02/02/07 House: Reported from Appropriations (23-Y 0-N)
01/24/07 House: Assigned App. sub: Public Safety (Sherwood)
01/23/07 House: Committee substitute printed 077798308-H1
01/22/07 House: Referred to Committee on Appropriations
01/22/07 House: Reported from Courts of Justice with substitute (19-Y 0-N)
01/11/07 House: Assigned Courts sub: Criminal Law
01/04/2007 Referred to Committee for Courts of Justice

HB1970 Federal illegal alien status unlawful in Virginia; penalty
Patron - Albo

02/06/07 House: VOTE: PASSAGE (70-Y 28-N)
02/06/07 House: Read third time and passed House (70-Y 28-N)
02/05/07 House: Floor substitute printed 077042204-H2 (Albo)
02/05/07 House: Engrossed by House - floor substitute HB1970H2
02/05/07 House: Pending question ordered
02/05/07 House: Amendment by Delegate Joannou withdrawn
02/05/07 House: Substitute by Delegate Albo agreed to 077042204-H2
02/03/07 House: Committee substitute printed 077038204-H1
02/02/07 House: Reported from Courts of Justice with substitute (12-Y 6-N)
01/11/07 House: Assigned Courts sub: Criminal Law
01/05/2007 Referred to Committee for Courts of Justice

HB2322 Illegal immigrant; admission to bail
Patron - Gilbert
(Bob notes this bill has been greatly weakened by an amendment which struck the requirement that citizenship status be checked prior to determining eligibility for bail. Probably not worth your advocacy time.)

02/06/07 House: VOTE: PASSAGE (92-Y 5-N)
02/06/07 House: Read third time and passed House (92-Y 5-N)
02/05/07 House: Printed as engrossed 077842306-EH1
02/05/07 House: Engrossed by House - committee substitute with amendment HB2322EH1
02/05/07 House: Amendment by Delegate Gilbert agreed to
02/05/07 House: Amendment by Delegate Hurt withdrawn
02/05/07 House: Committee substitute agreed to 077842306-H1
02/05/07 House: Read second time
02/03/07 House: Read first time
02/03/07 House: Committee substitute printed 077842306-H1
02/02/07 House: Reported from Courts of Justice with substitute (21-Y 0-N)
01/16/07 House: Assigned Courts sub: Criminal Law
01/15/2007 Referred to Committee for Courts of Justice

HB2336 Fraudulent use of birth certificates, etc.; penalty
Patron - Gilbert
(Looking for someone to Carry)

01/16/07 House: 0041ssigned Courts sub: Criminal Law
01/15/2007 Referred to Committee for Courts of Justice

HB2435 Immigrants; status in order to obtain domicile
Patron - Albo
(?????)

01/15/2007 Referred to Committee for Courts of Justice

HB2448 Every public body shall register with and participate in the Basic Pilot Program
Patron - Frederick

02/06/07 House: VOTE: PASSAGE (90-Y 6-N)
02/06/07 House: Read third time and passed House (90-Y 6-N)
02/05/07 House: Engrossed by House - committee substitute HB2448H1
02/05/07 House: Committee substitute agreed to 070087303-H1
02/05/07 House: Read second time
02/03/07 House: Read first time
02/03/07 House: Committee substitute printed 070087303-H1
02/02/07 House: Reported from Courts of Justice with substitute (21-Y 0-N)
01/31/07 House: Impact statement from City of Newport News (HB2448)
01/16/07 House: Assigned Courts sub: Civil Law
01/15/2007 Referred to Committee for Courts of Justice

HB2471 Identification cards; renewal, duplication, or re-issuance thereof
Patron - Marshall, D.W.
(Low Priority. Not Directly immigration Related)

02/05/07 House: Engrossed by House - committee substitute HB2471H1
02/05/07 House: Committee substitute agreed to 073563392-H1
02/05/07 House: Read second time
02/03/07 House: Read first time
02/03/07 House: Committee substitute printed 073563392-H1
02/03/07 House: Reported from Transportation with substitute (16-Y 0-N)
01/22/07 House: Assigned Transportation sub: #1 (Welch)
01/15/2007 Referred to Committee on Transportation

HB2605 Illegal immigrants; document verification for employment of, penalty.
Patrons - Watts, Albo, BaCote, Bulova, Callahan, Caputo, Hull, Marsden, Melvin, Poisson, Rust, Scott, J.M. and Sickles; Senators: Cuccinelli, Devolites Davis, Herring, Houck, Howell and O'Brien

01/30/07 Senate: Referred to Committee on Commerce and Labor
01/30/07 Senate: Constitutional reading dispensed
01/29/07 House: Communicated to Senate
01/29/07 House: VOTE: BLOCK VOTE PASSAGE (98-Y 0-N)
01/29/07 House: Read third time and passed House BLOCK VOTE (98-Y 0-N)
01/26/07 House: Printed as engrossed 075020544-E
01/26/07 House: Committee amendments agreed to
01/25/07 House: Read first time
01/23/07 House: Reported from Commerce and Labor with amendments (20-Y 0-N)

HB2622 Harboring illegal alien; penalty
Patrons - Reid and Gear


02/05/07 House: Engrossed by House - committee substitute HB2622H1
02/05/07 House: Committee substitute agreed to 077028488-H1
02/05/07 House: Read second time
02/03/07 House: Read first time
02/02/07 House: Reported from Appropriations (23-Y 0-N)
01/24/07 House: Assigned App. sub: Public Safety (Sherwood)
01/23/07 House: Committee substitute printed 077028488-H1
01/22/07 House: Referred to Committee on Appropriations
01/22/07 House: Reported from Courts of Justice with substitute (15-Y 4-N)
01/17/07 House: Assigned Courts sub: Criminal Law
01/15/2007 Referred to Committee for Courts of Justice

HB2623 Tuition, in-state; illegal aliens not eligible therefore
Patron - Reid

02/06/07 Senate: Assigned Education sub: Higher Education
02/02/07 Senate: Referred to Committee on Education and Health
02/02/07 Senate: Constitutional reading dispensed
02/01/07 House: Communicated to Senate
02/01/07 House: VOTE: PASSAGE (74-Y 23-N)
02/01/07 House: Read third time and passed House (74-Y 23-N)
01/30/07 House: Read first time
01/29/07 House: Committee substitute printed 072373103-H1
01/29/07 House: Reported from Education with substitute (15-Y 6-N)
01/18/07 House: Assigned Education sub: Higher Education (Rust)

HB2687 Unfair employment practices; discharging employees
Patrons - Reid, Frederick and Gear

01/31/07 Senate: Referred to Committee on Commerce and Labor
01/31/07 Senate: Constitutional reading dispensed
01/30/07 House: Communicated to Senate
01/30/07 House: VOTE: PASSAGE (62-Y 37-N)
01/30/07 House: Read third time and passed House (62-Y 37-N)
01/29/07 House: Floor substitute printed 070262303-H2 (Reid)
01/29/07 House: Engrossed by House - floor substitute HB2687H2
01/29/07 House: Substitute by Delegate Reid agreed to 070262303-H2
01/29/07 House: Committee substitute rejected 070250488-H1
01/29/07 House: Committee substitute reconsidered
01/29/07 House: Read second time
01/26/07 House: Passed by for the day
01/26/07 House: Committee substitute agreed to 070250488-H1
01/26/07 House: Read second time
01/25/07 House: Read first time
01/24/07 House: Committee substitute printed 070250488-H1
01/23/07 House: Reported from Commerce and Labor with substitute (15-Y 5-N)
01/17/07 House: Assigned C & L sub: Utilities/Employment (Byron)
01/15/2007 Referred to Committee on Commerce and Labor

HB2688 Workers' compensation; benefits paid to unauthorized aliens
Patrons - Reid and Frederick

02/06/07 House: VOTE: PASSAGE (89-Y 9-N)
02/06/07 House: Read third time and passed House (89-Y 9-N)
02/05/07 Senate: Referred to Committee on Commerce and Labor
02/05/07 Senate: Constitutional reading dispensed
02/02/07 House: Communicated to Senate
02/02/07 House: VOTE: PASSAGE (52-Y 45-N)
02/02/07 House: Read third time and passed House (52-Y 45-N)
02/01/07 House: Printed as engrossed 079027303-E
02/01/07 House: VOTE: ENGROSSMENT (55-Y 41-N)
02/01/07 House: Engrossed by House as amended (55-Y 41-N) HB2688E
02/01/07 House: Committee amendments #'s 2 and 3 agreed to
02/01/07 House: Committee amendment #1 rejected
02/01/07 House: Committee amendments reconsidered
02/01/07 House: Read second time
01/31/07 House: Passed by for the day
01/31/07 House: Amendment by Delegate Reid agreed to
01/31/07 House: Committee amendments agreed to
01/31/07 House: Read second time
01/30/07 House: Passed by for the day
01/29/07 House: Passed by for the day
01/26/07 House: Passed by for the day
01/25/07 House: Read first time
01/23/07 House: Reported from Commerce and Labor with amendments (10-Y 7-N)
01/17/07 House: Assigned C & L sub: Utilities/Employment (Byron)

HB2926 Immigration; powers of law-enforcement
Patron - Rust

02/06/07 House: VOTE: PASSAGE (92-Y 6-N)
02/06/07 House: Read third time and passed House (92-Y 6-N)
02/05/07 House: Engrossed by House - committee substitute HB2926H1
02/05/07 House: Committee substitute agreed to 075885492-H1
02/05/07 House: Read second time
02/03/07 House: Read first time
02/02/07 House: Reported from Appropriations (23-Y 0-N)
01/30/07 House: Assigned App. sub: Public Safety (Sherwood)
01/26/07 House: Committee substitute printed 075885492-H1
01/26/07 House: Referred to Committee on Appropriations
01/26/07 House: Reported from Militia, Police and Public Safety with substitute (21-Y 0-N)
01/10/07 House: Referred to Committee on Militia, Police and Public Safety
01/10/2007 Committee Referral Pending

HB2931 Cooperation with federal officials regarding immigration status
Patron - Miller, J.H.
Action expected 01/31/07 10:00 a.m.

01/22/07 House: Assigned CC & T sub: #1 (Marshall. R.G.)
01/10/07 House: Referred to Committee on Counties, Cities and Towns
01/10/2007 Committee Referral Pending

HB2937 Eligibility of certain aliens for state and local public benefits
Patrons - Miller, J.H., Albo and Frederick
Vote Expected 1/30/2007

01/31/07 Senate: Referred to Committee on Rehabilitation and Social Services
01/31/07 Senate: Constitutional reading dispensed
01/30/07 House: Communicated to Senate
01/30/07 House: VOTE: PASSAGE (70-Y 29-N)
01/30/07 House: Read third time and passed House (70-Y 29-N)
01/29/07 House: Floor substitute printed 070911419-H1 (Miller, J. H.)
01/29/07 House: Engrossed by House - floor substitute HB2937H1
01/26/07 House: Passed by for the day
01/25/07 House: Passed by for the day
01/24/07 House: Read first time
01/23/07 House: Reported from Health, Welfare and Institutions with amendment (13-Y 8-N)
01/10/07 House: Referred to Committee on Health, Welfare and Institutions

HB3130 BPOL tax; refusal to grant and revocation of business licenses.

02/06/07 House: VOTE: PASSAGE (71-Y 28-N)
02/06/07 House: Floor substitute printed 077154256-H2 (Byron)
02/06/07 House: Read third time and passed House (71-Y 28-N)
02/05/07 House: Printed as engrossed 077150256-EH1
02/05/07 House: Engrossed by House - committee substitute with amendments HB3130EH1
02/05/07 House: VOTE: REJECTED (38-Y 55-N)
02/05/07 House: Amendment by Delegate McEachin rejected (38-Y 55-N)
02/05/07 House: Amendments by Delegate Byron agreed to
02/05/07 House: Read second time
02/03/07 House: Passed by for the day
02/03/07 House: Committee substitute agreed to 077150256-H1
02/03/07 House: Read second time
02/02/07 House: Read first time
02/01/07 House: Committee substitute printed 077150256-H1
01/31/07 House: Reported from Finance with substitute (20-Y 0-N)
01/18/07 House: Referred to Committee on Finance

SB815 Human Anti-Trafficking Act
Patron - Cuccinelli

02/06/07 House: Assigned Courts sub: Criminal Law
02/03/07 House: Referred to Committee for Courts of Justice
02/03/07 House: Read first time
02/03/07 House: Placed on Calendar
01/19/07 Senate: VOTE: (39-Y 0-N)
01/19/07 Senate: Constitutional reading dispensed (39-Y 0-N)
01/18/07 Senate: Committee substitute printed 077796720-S1
01/17/07 Senate: Reported from Courts of Justice with substitute (15-Y 0-N)
01/15/2007 Referred to Committee for Courts of Justice

SB1045 Immigration; powers of law-enforcement officers
Patrons - O'Brien; Delegate: Hugo
Companion of HB2926

01/15/2007 Referred to Committee for Courts of Justice

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Ron said:

It's amazing that my own left wing delegate, Caputo, voted against so many of these.

I'd be interested in know which ones he voted for.

Ron said:

I would say that if the bill passed unanimously, or by bnetter than 90 votes, Caputo voted for them. But if the bill got more than 20 "No" votes, Caputo is probably one of the No's. You might need to go through each link to figure it out.

Had Enough said:

The problem with Passing these bills will be the new so-called governor, Kaine! How many of these bills will he Veto? With his history, most likely ALL unless the Citizens pressure him to the point that he has no choice.

As recently as February 2, 2007 (Va. House Seeks Illegal Immigrant Restrictions, B1 Metro) as interviewed by the Washington Post in regards to the proposed Immigration Laws he responded:

"he is concerned that the flurry of immigration bills up for consideration is harming the state's image."

The article enraged me. I called his office in Richmond (804 786-2211) and told them that if he prefers the image that we currently have as a result of the illegal invasion in Virginia, just to name a few:

1. Gangs And The Recruitment Of Our Children
2. Drugs, The Valley Is Filled With Their Meth Labs
3. Murder
4,. Robbery
5. Rapes
6. Hit & Runs
7. Dui's
8. Cock Fights
9. Identity Theft
10. Rewarding Illegal Activity BY Giving Virginia Citizen Birthrights To Their Off-Spring.
11. The Use of Fraudulent ID's
12. The Dumbing Down of Our Children in Over-Crowded Schools Because More Attention Is Given To The Spanish Language Students
13. Citizens Paying For The Education, Medical Care & Incarceration & Otherwise
14. Unsafe, Over-Crowding Housing & Zoning Violations
15. Allowed To Work From Street Corners, Under The Table To Avoid Taxes
16. Allowed To Put Citizen Workers Out Of Work & Out Of Business by Under-cutting and or Starting Their Own Businesses. Illegals have been assisted and coached to obtain Business Licenses by several groups.

IF This Is The Image The Governor Prefers, Then He Should Have Stayed A Missionary In South America, He Is A Disgrace!

The woman on the phone said nothing at all.

May I add that he gave part of his inauguration in SPANISH and Catholic Charities will most likely receive a chunk of the Virginia Taxpayers Hard Earned Money, or should I say a Larger Chunk. bush et al, learned sometime ago that by supporting Faith Based Chairities they can support the illegals indirectly. Free and faith-based clinics supported by the Federal Government refuse to inquire about ones Legal Status

It does not matter if funds used to pay for illegals come from the Federal, State or County Level --- It is Still your MONEY supporting it!

The Citizens of this country complain more about a mistake on their telephone bill than the problems affecting this country and the invasion from our borders.

What do you do when your neighbors, their kids and pets constantly come into your yard messing on your lawn and stomping on your flowers and stealing your lawn furniture in front of your eyes - Warn them, put up a fence, call the police or put up with it and just hope that they move away.


Good points, H.E., but if the lopsided votes in favor of many of these bills truly represent something about electorate, the governor may decide to give a little, or he may be faced with a veto override.

Had Enough said:

It is going to be a tough battle. Kaine is as dangerous as bush, mccain, kennedy, pelosi, reid and the rest of the Pro-Amnesty Crowd.

mccain and kennedy are presently drafting another Amnesty bill with less consequences that their first one which had no consequences.

pelosi and others are meeting today with 3 mexican congressmen who want to be involved in drafting the new immigration bill.


Credible source:

http://blog.vdare.com/archives/2007/02/06/why-are-mexican-congressmen-allowed-to-negotiate-us-immigration-policy-in-washington-dc/


Fom a mexican newspaper:

http://translate.google.com/translate?u=http%3A%2F%2Fwww.eluniversal.com.mx%2Fnacion%2F148120.html&langpair=es%7Cen&hl=en&newwindow=1&safe=off&ie=UTF-8&oe=UTF-8&prev=%2Flanguage_tools

After all the hell everyone raised before the elections, we have to triple it since the elections.

If people don't call, write fax and otherwise they better not complain when they loose their job, get robbed or worse and the chickens and roosters are running around their yards and you can't hear yourself think for the mariachi bands and all the other things on my previous post.

Had Enough said:

in the end, It won't matter what laws are passed in Virginia against illegal aliens if the they end up getting Amensty on the federal level.

Recently there have been felony criminal drug convictions in several states, the alien was also ordered deported after serving their sentence.

They appealed on the basis that their conviction was only a misdemeanor under federal law and won, therefore avoiding deportation.

Since the states suffer the consequences and cost of illegal immigration,federal laws should not challange the states decisions but it does.

I believe that any crime comitted by an illegal alien or legal immigrant should be grounds for deportation. You play entirely by the rules or go back to where you came from. This behavior was never tolerated in the past and should not be now.

The current differences in the laws at the state and federal levels is the main reason for the problems we have today. The illegals are coached and educated that "the states can't touch you if you can get beyond the federal border."

As far as the illegals are concerned the STATES have no rights or power. And we have a president that announces "Hell, if they can make it over the Rio Grande We Want Them."

Stay Puft Marshmallow Man said:

cock fights are a bad thing?

Hey Joe,

We're getting ready to start up a new illegal immigration blogburst. If you're interested shoot me an email and I'll get you the info.

Thanks,
Jake

Puft: I'm sure H.E. means, "all the ancillary activities that cock fights bring", such as gambling, loud mariachi music, and excessive mezcal consumption.

Kevin said:

gambling, loud mariachi music, and excessive mezcal consumption are a bad thing?

NO THEY ARE FRIGGIN' WONDERFUL!!!

Oh, jeez, the twisted web we weave ...

Had Enough said:

Kaine Pandering To Illegal Aliens Again!

I just want to thank all the people that voted "Compassionate South American Missionary Kaine" into office for showing their irresponsible stupidity and dangerous judgment to push this state farther behind than forward when it comes to the illegal alien invasion that we have experienced for some time now.

Kaine has been activily pandering to illegal aliens while select lawmakers in Richmond are attempting to pass laws to make this state less inviting to the illegal aliens and to lift some of the burden off the taxpayers for services, incarceration and education, etc.

Kaine quotes just this month:

Washington Post, Friday, February 2, 2007 (Va. Delegates Propose Immigration Laws -B2)

"Kaine said that he is concerned that the flurry of immigration bills up for consideration is harming the state's image."

Washington Post, Tuesday, February 6, 2007 (Latino Groups Lobby For More Rights -B2)

The article begins: As Virginia lawmakers continue to consider a swath of bills aimed at punishing illegal immigrants and their employers. Latino immigrants and advocates took to the state Capitol yesterday to press for laws that expand the rights of people living in the country illegally.

About 100 people, most of them from Northern Virginia, fanned out to lawmakers' offices, gathering in biting wind for a short rally and attended a lunch visited by Gov. Timothy M. Kaine (D), who told them that he is committed to keeping Virginia a "welcoming place" for all.

The article goes on to tell about one of the illegal aliens from Bolivia that was there who lives in Virginia.

It appears that Kaine is on a new Mission, to turn Virginia into a Sanctuary State that will soon resemble the countries in which he was a missionary. As I have said before, if he misses those countries and the people of South America then he should go back to South America and stay there.

He took a oath to uphold the laws and protect the Citizens of this State. It was apparent when he gave part of his inauguration speech in Spanish that we were headed for trouble. English is the Official Language Of Virginia. It is obvious that he has difficulty understanding the English Language because he still does not understand what ILLEGAL ALIEN means.


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