Why mayors of sanctuary cities are not arrested


“The difference between an immigrant and an illegal alien is comparable to a houseguest and a burglar,” former Immigration and Naturalization Service (INS) agent Michael Cutler told “The Truth” host Dennis Michael Lynch on Monday.

“The reason for hiring illegal aliens is to pay them substandard wages and work them under substandard conditions,” explained Cutler. “If it wasn’t for that, think of how many jobs would be freed up for Americans who are losing their jobs.”

Lynch asked how mayors of “sanctuary cities” get away with breaking the law, and Cutler observed that it’s an issue of states’ rights and “wage equality.”

“Hiring illegal aliens takes away from kids living in poverty,” said Cutler, noting that the practice ruins teens’ opportunities for entry level jobs so they can build a resume. It also drives down middle-class wages.

“All illegal aliens aren’t the same. Some are gang members, some are convicted felons, some are convicted murderers… Why would you want to harbor them in your community?” asked Cutler.

“The states have certain rights in how they deal with federal law enforcement, and many mayors are hiding behind that,” said Cutler when noting that the 9/11 attacks were made possible by multiple failures of the immigration system.

Cutler pointed out that the federal government is legally bound to “protect the states from invasion and domestic violence.”

“How do you protect the States against invasion when the borders aren’t secure? If the average American understood the threat posed to our national security, they would be screaming.”

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