ICE has revealed that among the 800 illegal immigrants she helped escape immigration action are quite a few convicted felons, and about half of the 232 illegal immigrants apprehended had a felony record.
We would therefore assume that of the ~800 illegal immigrants she assisted, perhaps 400 had a felony criminal record. One would infer that this would be obstruction of justice, and two good options come to mind. First, we could simply prosecute her for her crimes and put her in jail where she belongs. Second, and perhaps even more intimidating, when some of those felons commit another crime in the U.S. because Schaaf refused to allow I.C.E. to do their jobs, I.C.E. could let the world know exactly who allowed them to go free, and what her address is.
Yes, it sounds medieval, but when public officials risk our lives, liberty, and property to keep criminals in our country who ought to be deported, it just got personal.
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