“It’s important to recognize that this is about improving public safety, it’s about serving our taxpayers better and it’s about keeping families together,” said county board president Toni Preckwinkle, who did not vote on the ordinance that passed 10 to 5, but helped push it behind the scenes.
During a long debate, some commissioners warned the ordinance would potentially allow hardened criminals to go free.
The county is in collusion with city and state governments and have created the sanctuary environment that attracts illegal aliens here in Illinois. Mr. Preckwinkle has an agenda, but it isn’t focused on the legal residents of the county. A criminal always runs the risk of being separated from his family by committing crimes. Those risks are compounded by first illegally entering country. One would think that an illegal alien would be on his best behavior given his status; that just doesn’t seem to be the case. Crook County like the rest of the state panders to illegal aliens and it doesn’t get any simpler than that.