‘Felons, Illegals and MS13 Welcome… Democrats need the votes!’ Joke signs pop up on California…

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Joke signs were posted on California highways as The Golden State became a sanctuary state in the new year.

Posted under the ‘Welcome to California’ highway signs, they read: ‘OFFICIAL SANCTUARY STATE, Felons, Illegals and MS13 Welcome! Democrats Need The Votes!’ along with the seal of California and the Democratic Donkey symbol.

It is unclear who is responsible but multiple signs were posted greeting motorists as they enter from Arizona and Nevada on Highway 95.

California officially became a ‘sanctuary state’ on Monday after the law Democratic Governor Jerry Brown signed in October took effect.

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Always remember, watch the other hand. Just because the media isn’t reporting about it doesn’t mean it’s not happening. The current administration is very good at distracting the People while doing something else.

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This is on top of the law signed on Thursday that allows illegal immigrants to obtain a drivers’ license.

Via LA Times:

Law enforcement officials in California who arrest immigrants in the country illegally will be prohibited from detaining them for transfer to federal authorities unless they committed a serious crime under one of several bills signed Saturday by Gov. Jerry Brown to ease conditions for immigrants.

The Trust Act is the second milestone bill on immigration signed by the governor in two days. On Thursday he approved a measure allowing immigrants in the country illegally to receive California driver’s licenses.

“While Washington waffles on immigration, California’s forging ahead,” Brown said. “I’m not waiting.”

Brown’s action came as immigration advocates rallied in California and across the county to push for new immigration legislation.