Cornell Student Editorial Board: ICE Enforcement is ‘Federal Overreach’

, Accuracy in Academia, 2 Comments

The Cornell Daily Sun’s editorial board criticized a recent arrest of an illegal immigrant by the federal immigration authorities at Immigration, Customs and Enforcement (ICE) an example of “federal overreach.” Apparently, Cornell is also a sanctuary campus, or allegedly free of federal immigration enforcement.

A part of the editorial read, as follows:

“ICE cannot come into our city, snatch our community members off the street in broad daylight and without informing local authorities, and then refuse to divulge any further information, including the identity of the man arrested.”

 

2 Responses

  1. Recce1

    February 7, 2018 7:06 pm

    The liberals in the federal government tried to require PRIVATE colleges to fund women’s athletics the same as men’s saying that students receiving federal loans constituted federal funding of the colleges. When colleges refused to kneel the feds threatened their tax exempt status.

    So how about revoking the tax exempt status of colleges that want sanctuary policies in defiance of federal law?

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