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San Francisco: Protesters Complain About ICE Arrests
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March 01, 2018, 02:58 PM
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A gaggle of illegal alien supporters showed up at the San Francisco ICE office on Wednesday to protest arrests of unlawful foreigners.

The complainers tried to show their creative side by colorfully chalking an intersection with the usual nonsensical messages, like “Keep families together.”

If foreigners stayed put in their home countries the families would be together — problem solved! Stay home and fix your own country: America is sick of being the flophouse for illegal alien job thieves.

If you break the law, you can expect to be arrested under President Trump.

Protesters Surround San Francisco Ice Offices Over Raids, CBS News, February 28, 2018

SAN FRANCISCO (CBS SF) – Demonstrators blocked streets outside the Immigration and Customs Enforcement building in San Francisco Wednesday afternoon to protest recent ICE raids.

Hundreds of people blocked Sansome Street between Washington and Jackson in the city’s Financial District, calling for the end of immigration-related arrests.

One group of protesters gathered outside the entrance to the building on Sansome. Another group blocked the intersection of Jackson and Sansome, surrounding a message chalked onto the pavement which read “Bay Area United Against ICE! Keep Families Together.”

At least 150 undocumented immigrants throughout Northern California have been arrested in the raids, which began taking place on Sunday.

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