'Super Sanctuaries' list: DC, NYC, Chicago, California

As reported by the Washington Examiner

There are over 300 “sanctuary” communities that protect criminal undocumented immigrants from federal deportation authorities, but a new list highlights the “super sanctuaries” that hide millions.

That list is led by the Washington, D.C. area, Chicago, New York City, and all of California, which is threatening to expand protections for immigrants in the United States illegally.

“Not satisfied with keeping ICE out of jails and courthouses, some sanctuaries are taking it a step further,” said a report from the Center for Immigration Studies.

“Many jurisdictions, often major cities, are now using taxpayer funds to actively support and assist illegal aliens living there. Some of these cities provide free legal advice to illegal aliens fighting to stay in the country. Others provide discounted housing specifically for illegal aliens. Alarmingly, some dole out voting rights to their illegal residents. These are the ‘super-sanctuaries,’” said the new report.

The report comes as so-called "Angel Moms" are fighting to draw attention to the family members they have lost in crimes committed by immigrants in the U.S. illegally, many protected from deportation by sanctuary communities that refuse to turn them over to Immigration and Customs Enforcement officials.

Read the full story here.