|In Oakland, federal government grown urban primitives roam.|
The U.S. Department of Justice has sent a letter to Oakland, California Mayor Libby Schaaf seeking information about her city's sanctuary policy, reports NBC Bay Area.
The letter from Jon Adler, the department's director of the Bureau of Justice Assistance, says the department is concerned that Oakland's policy may violate a federal law that bars local governments from preventing their employees from communicating with federal immigration agents.
Adler wrote, "The department is concerned that the city of Oakland's laws, policies or practices may violate Section 1373, or, at a minimum, may be interpreted or applied in a manner inconsistent with Section 1373."
The DOJ should really leave Oakland alone. The undocumented of Oakland are much better neighbors than the federal government created urban primitives who roam the city.