but it’s new yet. Maybe next week, he’ll hire the dancing girls to ‘spice up” his announcements a little – make it a little less US ‘wait’ and a little more N.Korea pizazz.

but it’s new yet. Maybe next week, he’ll hire the dancing girls to ‘spice up” his announcements a little – make it a little less US ‘wait’ and a little more N.Korea pizazz.

wait … I meant Las Vegas…

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Hm, well, “not showing up” *is* one of those 80s “power moves”, so it’s possible.

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Yup. I had a middle manager at a Big Pharma job like that. New guy. Outsider to Pharma. Did a total change of supervisors and instituted lots of “opposites”. Whatever we did before was wrong and had to do the opposite now.

It’s the ol’ “dramatic shakeup” trick. 80s style management that they all use.

After the initial fury, it’s _supposed_ to leave them as “This is a guy who is a man of action that isn’t to be fucked with”. Maybe it works in some corporations, but I’ve seen it myself firsthand three times in three jobs and know of two cases from local government of the strategy. Didn’t have that effect. But maybe it will here.

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It’s why I’m skeptical and not terribly impressed at the moment. But maybe he’ll impress me yet.

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Might have trouble enacting this part:

Sec. 10. Federal-State Agreements. It is the policy of the executive branch to empower State and local law enforcement agencies across the country to perform the functions of an immigration officer in the interior of the United States to the maximum extent permitted by law.

(a) In furtherance of this policy, the Secretary shall immediately take appropriate action to engage with the Governors of the States, as well as local officials, for the purpose of preparing to enter into agreements under section 287(g) of the INA (8 U.S.C. 1357(g)).

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Local + State law enforcement are being deputized as INS ? Yet another thing on their plates. I expect some pushback on this one from Sheriff’s offices around the country. Not overt pushback, but “slowdowns”.

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Not really. Cities are usually funded locally, then county, then state. How much money comes from the feds? I don’t know.

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I suppose he could order the National Guard to _not_ serve Sanctuary cities. That’s something he could do.

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Another option would be to send the National Guard into the sanctuary cities to force a coup of the local sheriff’s offices so that they must comply. That’s another option.

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Bypassing state and county govts and law enforcement might meet with some resistance. Then again, hand them a big enough taxpayer funded check and they might say “Deputize us!”

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It’s gonna get expensive, that much I know. But with the hiring freeze and shutdown of several federal agencies, they’ll find it.

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Yeah, California is in it for the long haul in their fight against the new Establishment. I expect similar pushback from Northeastern states as well.

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I’m in Florida, so they’ll welcome most of these things here. Already our County sheriff’s officers are deputized to act as INS, so nothing will change here.

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The illegals working on the nearby the farms are left alone and many of their problems are handled by the local Seminole Police department, which is run by the Seminole Indians.

How will their efforts be affected by these decisions?

Not much, I don’t think, as they are working under Indian sovereignty rules.

http://spd.semtribe.com/

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If I was an illegal immigrant who was wanted by INS, I’d get sanctuary within one of the local indian tribes.

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