The NJ Conservative GOP has called on The United States Department of Justice to investigate New Jersey’s Attorney General Gurbir S. Grewal.
“The role of the attorney general is to serve as the state’s chief law enforcement officer and legal advisor. While the primary tasks of the A.G. are to oversee the criminal justice system and protect the safety of the public, Grewal has put the safety of our residents in jeopardy and has turned the criminal justice system on its head with the so-called “Immigrant Trust Directive,” Danielczyk stated.
“Attorney general Grewal from February of this year, has openly stated how he will fight President Trump and his immigration directives, now he and Governor Murphy have put it in writing. It’s clear they have put the interests of the ILLEGAL immigrant, over the wellbeing of New Jersey citizens,” Danielczyk continued.
“This Immigration Directive is so radical, that it goes to the extreme of NOT allowing ICE to cooperate with local law enforcement in ICE’s civil immigration enforcement operations. New Jersey is the command center for the extremely violent MS-13 gang, and it’s imperative that ICE has the full cooperation of New Jersey’s law enforcement.” Danielczyk said.
“The Murphy administration under the direction of Grewal has set free criminal ILLEGAL immigrants. Middlesex Country is notorious for releasing them. One of those Luis Rodrigo Perez, 23, who is being held without bail in Missouri was released from the custody of the Middlesex County Jail earlier this year, after an ICE Enforcement and Removal Operations (ERO) detainer was declined. Perez then went on to commit (3) murders in Missouri. Grewal and the Murphy administration are putting the safety of its citizens as well as those of other states at risk. The U.S. Department of Justice needs to investigate these most dangerous policy directives which allow such releases!” Danielczyk exclaimed.
“The NJ Conservative GOP also calls on the NJ Republican Party leadership to take on Attorney General Grewal and these most dangerous directives. They seem to be reluctant to do so for nary a word has been spoken by them. They need not be intimidated to speak out, for the Attorney General should be judged on the content of his character, and they shouldn’t be reluctant to do so in view of his nationality,” Danielczyk concluded.
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