California AG Says He’ll Prosecute People for Adhering to Federal Immigration Law

Andrew Anglin
Daily Stormer
January 19, 2018

The regular reader of the Daily Stormer is certainly familiar with the type of madness that goes on in the world.

We report multiple stories every week that appear to be completely unbelievable. Things which reality itself should not allow.

I am not going to tell you this is the most insane story I’ve ever seen. But I will say that a state government threatening to prosecute people for following a federal law is a specific type of madness, which I have not encountered before.


Amid “rumors” of imminent large-scale immigration raids, California’s attorney-general is warning employers they will be fined up to $10,000 if they provide federal immigration officers with information on employees.

At a press conference Thursday, the Golden State Attorney General Xavier Becerra (D) told employers that they are expected to abide by laws taking effect from 2018, furthering California’s “sanctuary state” image.

Under AB 450, employers are prohibited from “providing voluntary consent to an immigration enforcement agent to access, review, or obtain the employer’s employee records without a subpoena or court order.”

Anyone who violates the law could be fined between $2,000 and $5,000 for their first violation and up to $10,000 for each subsequent violation.

Becerra said that the law was made to protect the privacy of employees, and warned employers that “ignorance of the law is no excuse if you violate it.”

The attorney-general added that the state has never challenged the authority of the federal government to enforce federal government immigration laws.

“We do challenge, in fact we are in court right now challenging the federal government’s ability to force California to do its federal immigration enforcement for it. We do challenge when federal immigration enforcement tries to tell our local law enforcement what they must do,” Becerra said. “And we’re prepared to challenge any actions by federal immigration enforcement that would violate the constitutional rights of anyone that lives in the state of California.”

They’re not challenging federal authority as they threaten to prosecute you for following federal law.

This is Waco “this is not an assault” tier.

And this is the sort of thing that could actually lay a framework for California independence. I know it sounds outrageous, but all kinds of outrageous things are happening these days. And the people running this state are bloody unhinged, mate.

I am 100% in support of California’s independence. We have differences that can only be described as “irreconcilable” with the leadership of that state, and I believe it is time to end the relationship.

If they did separate, a whole huge percentage of shitlibs and brown people from the rest of America would flood the state, and our people would come out of it.