Washington ‘sanctuary’ means a law Gov. Inslee step-down or be arrested in contempt, sheriff says

nearvideo Sheriff Knezovich with Harris Faulkner

Sheriff Knezovich with Harris Faulkner

Washington state Gov. Jay Inslee should step in despised, or arrested, for the approval of a “sanctuary” law, according to the Spokane County sheriff.

Sheriff Ozzie Knezovich host Harris Faulkner said on “outnumbered Overtime” Inslee have the same oath of office that he, indeed, promises to respect Federal law.

“You say that [Inslee] is committing a crime, basically,” Faulkner said.

“I am answered,” Knezovich. “He took the same oath to protect that I, the Constitution of the United States and the laws thereof.”


“If you don’t want to enforce their own laws, which shall then either return or be held in contempt of Congress, arrested or not hinder, for the disability and bad-mouthing their ICE agents for doing their job.”

On the signing of the bill into law, Inslee, the 2020 democratic presidential candidate, declared that he would not break “complicit in the trump administration’s corrupt efforts to hard-working immigrants and refugee families.”


Knezovich Inslee called the comments Olympia “typical political speech for a presidential candidate.”

He claimed that the democratic Governor and the “wrong role models” in other houses of the Federal government, naming House Speaker Nancy Pelosi, D-Calif.


Knezovich charged that Pelosi is “demonizing Federal, state and local law enforcement authorities,” and said he instead wanted to challenge amendments to existing Federal laws they don’t like.

He told Faulkner that he has no intention to follow the law Inslee signed it because he “has a responsibility to ensure that criminals from the traffic in my county is drawn, irrespective of their residence status.”

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