WHEREAS, the President has demonstrated his failure to faithfully execute the current immigration laws, specifically, 8 USC § 1227 and INA § 237,
WHEREAS, the President and the Executive Branch of the Federal government have failed to enforce the aforementioned immigration laws,
WHEREAS, State Law Enforcement Officers must take an Oath or Affirmation to faithfully execute the Constitution and applicable laws enacted thereto,
WHEREAS, that in United States v. Santana-Garcia, 264 F. 3d 1188, 1194 (citing United States v. Vasquez-Alvarez, 176 F. 3d 1294, 1295), a United States Court of Appeals upheld the Right of the States to enforce Federal immigration laws by stating, “State and local police officers [have] implicit authority within their respective jurisdictions ‘to investigate and make arrests for violations of Federal law, including immigration laws.’”
NOW THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED THAT:
1. The Governors of each State shall direct the Law Enforcement Officers of their State, by whatever means necessary, to honor their Oaths of Office and to take “care” that the immigration “laws be faithfully executed” to the their fullest extent, and
2. The Legislatures of each State shall take steps to sanction or impeach the Governor, and/or any Law Enforcement Officer who fails to honor his Oath of Office or otherwise fails to fulfill his obligations to enforce State and federal immigration laws.