In the below post Dana Loesch interviewed Butler County Sheriff Richard Jones regarding all the illegals in his county jail. The crowding of illegals will only get worse, not only in the Butler County jail, but county jails across Ohio if the federal government is allowed to ship the illegal border crossers to our state.
Butler County Sheriff Richard Jones should be applauded for speaking out and putting the social & fiscal well-being and safety of Butler County residents first.
Also, in asking that the fiscal & social well-being and safety of all Ohio residents be put first, Tea Party & Liberty groups across Ohio have sent a letter to Governor Kasich asking him to resist & refuse any federal relocation attempts of illegal immigrants in our state.
An Ohio Citizens Petition asking Governor Kasich to resist & refuse any federal relocation attempts of illegal immigrants in our state is also being circulated. Click here to sign the Ohio Citizens Petition.
From The Blaze --
Butler County Sheriff Richard Jones said Friday that he sent a letter to Mexican President Enrique Pena Nieto, charging him for all the illegals in his jail.What happened next? The Ohio sheriff told Dana Loesch: “The federal government sends me a letter and said I violated a treaty of like, 1790.”When Loesch asked for more information, Jones continued: “I sent him a bill for the prisoners that are in my jail. They came here illegally. I’ve not gotten any money from them, but I billed them so much. And I’ll tell you what I got in return: my life was threatened.”Jones said he got a call from the FBI saying there were three sheriffs in the country that were going to be killed by the drug cartels, and he was one of the three.Jones has also written a letter to President Barack Obama, “asking and pleading with him not to bring these people here to the state of Ohio, and to secure our borders.”“We’ve had horrendous crimes here in this community,” Jones said. “We had a senior citizen, an elderly lady, molested by a teenager that came over from Mexico. We had another one molested — an eight year old girl. We’ve had drugs pouring in, more so than before the government said the borders were sealed. And we’re being run over by the drug dealers coming to this community. The violence has increased, and we’re a long way from the borders.”Jones said his county spends eight to ten million dollars each month on welfare programs, which he called “free stuff,” and said that’s “some of the reason that they come here.”“It’s a terrible, terrible tragedy,” Jones said. “People’s lives are being threatened. It’s in the state of Ohio, for crying out loud. We’re not in Arizona; we’re not in California.”Jones said the administration is making it “too easy” for those wishing to harm America to cross into the United States.“They’re going to walk in with backpacks. They’re going to put some dirty bombs together, [and] they’re going to do something really terrible. It’s too easy,” Jones said. “We don’t know who they are. They don’t have vaccinations. Our jails are full. They hit and run. It’s totally out of control, and it’s gotten worse just in the past twelve months.”