Sheriff Clarke: 'Subhuman Creeps' in MD Rape Case Sign of 'Failed Policies'
Milwaukee County Sheriff David Clarke said the two individuals suspected of raping a 14-year-old girl at a Maryland school are the latest examples of failed sanctuary city policies.
While Montgomery County, Md. is not formally a sanctuary county, but on a list of municipalities that do not always cooperate with ICE.
"It breaks my heart to hear [about] Angel Moms," Clarke said, "That's the stuff that angers me," he added, calling sanctuary cities an example of "failed policies."
He referred to two illegal immigrants suspected in the Rockville, Md. High School rape as "subhuman creeps."
"One of those guys was out awaiting a deportation hearing," Clarke said, "we don't need to change the law... just honor [detainers]."
Clarke called sanctuary cities obvious havens for criminal activity and said he thanked God that Donald Trump is now president and will handle those communities accordingly.
I don't know how any official can sit back and say our communities are stronger because of illegal immigration, he said.