Illegal Alien Bill Signed

( – In a new GOP measure against President Joe Biden’s illegal immigrant invasion, Georgia’s Republican Governor, Brian Kemp, has enacted a law mandating that jails verify the immigration status of their inmates and engage in cooperation with federal immigration authorities.

The legislation, identified as HB1105, poses a threat of funding withdrawal for any sheriff’s departments that opt out of collaboration with federal immigration agents concerning detainees suspected of being in the United States unlawfully.

“[This law] became one of our top priorities following the senseless death of Laken Riley at the hands of someone in this country illegally who had already been arrested even after crossing the border,” Kemp declared in a statement.

“If you enter our country illegally and proceed to commit further crime in our communities, we will not allow your crimes to go unanswered,” he added.

In the incident that the governor mentioned, Jose Ibarra, a Venezuelan national unlawfully present in the U.S., was implicated in the homicide of 22-year-old Laken Riley, whose body was discovered in a forested area near the University of Georgia in Athens.

The autopsy concluded that Riley succumbed to blunt force trauma to the head.

The investigation further revealed Ibarra’s alleged efforts to hide his crime by relocating her body to a remote area.

Ibarra faces multiple charges, including malice murder, felony murder, aggravated assault, kidnapping, obstructing an emergency call, and concealing a death.

Previously, Ibarra was apprehended in New York in 2022, facing charges related to endangering a child under 17 years of age.

This new statute emerges amidst an escalating crisis at the southern U.S. border, characterized by a record-breaking number of interactions with immigration authorities—over 9.5 million encounters and an estimated 1.7 million “gotaways” since President Joe Biden assumed office.

This figure starkly contrasts with the 445,000 total “gotaways” recorded during the years 2018 to 2020 under the Trump administration.

Other Republican-led states, including Texas, have initiated stringent measures to curb illegal immigration amid this ongoing crisis.

Recent polls indicate a widespread disapproval among the American populace regarding Biden’s management of the border situation.

Surveys conducted in traditionally Democratic states like Colorado and Massachusetts have pinpointed immigration as a predominant concern.

Additionally, only 20 percent of nationwide voters believe that the U.S. maintains control over its borders, while just 36 percent express approval of Biden’s handling of this pivotal issue as the election year progresses.

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