Fed-Up County Tells Illegals the Free Ride’s Over, Get Ready to Be Deported

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It’s not unusual news to hear about “sanctuary” cities or counties, where illegal immigrants who are arrested are not reported to Immigration and Customs Enforcement for potential deportation.

It’s a much rarer thing, however, for a jurisdiction to shed the “sanctuary” label. If the Biden administration’s border crisis keeps up, however, expect Butler County, Pennsylvania, to start a trend.

According to WTAE-TV in Pittsburgh, up until last week, Butler County, in western Pennsylvania, was listed in an online list of sanctuary jurisdictions compiled by the conservative Center for Immigration Studies.

On Tuesday, however, “the county prison board clarified its relationship with Immigration and Customs Enforcement, or ICE.”

“The policy reads that the Butler County Prison will accept ICE detainers that include a warrant, the prison will send a list of inmates to ICE on a weekly basis, and ICE will be permitted access to the facility and inmates as appropriate,” WTAE reported Tuesday, the same day the policy was updated.

WPXI-TV in Pittsburgh reported that members of the prison board voted unanimously to abandon any kind of sanctuary policy.

According to the Cranberry Eagle, a newspaper based in Butler County’s Cranberry Township, state Rep. Stephenie Scialabba said the county was not a sanctuary jurisdiction “in practice,” but its previous policy was enough to land it on the CIS list.

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