In a move made without the support of the Governor, state legislature, citizens, Mayor, or city government, the Little Rock police department has issued a statement claiming that they seek for the city to become a sanctuary for illegal immigrants.
Little Rock is the Arkansas state capitol, and largest city. White Nationalist and former Arkansas candidate for Governor Billy Roper led two demonstrations against the opening of a Mexican Consulate there when it first was announced, as well as a protest against former Mexican President Vincente Fox when the leader, famous for saying that “Mexico is where Mexicans are”, gave a pro-immigration speech at Hendrix College. Roper has also organized protests against the League of United Latin American Citizens convention and the Immigrant Worker’s Freedom Ride when both events were held in Little Rock. Now, one of the felonious pro-immigration groups which helped finance and facilitate the importation of illegal aliens and helping them to cross state lines is acting in collusion with anti-White elements in the LRPD to make Little Rock a de facto sanctuary city.
Black Little Rock Police Chief Kenton Buckner, the affirmative action hiree pictured, will host a public forum Saturday on police relations with the city’s Hispanic communities.
The forum will be held at 1 p.m. at Mosaic Church at 6221 Colonel Glenn Road. This so-called church is an infamously anti-White, highly political gathering place for left-wing activists in the city.
Buckner said he expects strict immigration and deportation policies enacted by President Donald Trump to be a major topic at the forum. The Police Department, which has worked to strengthen its relationship with Hispanics in recent years, has said it will leave the enforcement of those policies to the federal government.
The Evangelical Alliance for Migration Services, an immigrant advocacy group, will host a question-and-answer session at the church at 10:30 a.m.
Metro on 03/31/2017
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