Sheriff Chuck Jenkins Of Frederick County Maryland, Meets With AG Sessions – Shares Special Day With HSM

Commentary:  I feel so honored to have been friends with Sheriff Jenkins for almost 10 years now.  We have fought through some battles together, standing up for Lawful Maryland Citizens and protecting the rights of Lawful Citizens and Lawful Immigrants.  His success with 287G makes him one the best Sheriff’s in the Country, and has been rated as one of the best Sheriff’s, period.  His dedication to his community and county is his passion and love and honor.  He has worked tirelessly to stand up for what is right versus what is wrong.  He’s testified many times at Marylands Statehouse, an ardent supporter of the People’s voice.  He is a wonderful man, an honor to call him friend.  Just recently, he was commended for his work with the 287G program by Attorney, Jeff Sessions.

Sheriff Chuck Jenkins and Attorney General, Jeff Sessions

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Subject: Will MS 13 Expand Operations into Rockville Now? Sanctuary Policy of Rockville, Maryland Pass 3-2

To the Mayor, Council Members and Media,

We, at Help Save Maryland, a grassroots organization, to help educate and show the negative effects of Illegal Immigration and it’s financial constrictions on the State of Maryland as a whole, fully disagree with the Council vote as of last night, to not enforce Federal Immigration laws, which will foster more distrust within its city’s communities, will continue to condone and protect Illegal Aliens at the cost of you, the Montgomery County tax payer.

Montgomery County Maryland, and its Townships and Cities, including Rockville, Maryland will continue to see a rise in gang related violent and heinous acts of violence and the continuing of rising educational costs and burdens. The County residents have been stripped of their dignity, their voices, and most of all, their wallets. With the continuing rise of MS13 related gang violence in Montgomery County Maryland, it is apparent, that not adhering to ICE Detainers further puts residents in harms way. Under County Exec, Ike Leggett, the County Council, schools are over burden, 2.6 billion dollar school budget, some of which comes from the Maryland State budget, which affects other counties in the state and their communities.

Montgomery County’s ignorance, to work with Federal Immigration authorities, will further cause the tax payer, more money out of their pockets, to help protect their own communities. The recent murder of the 2 high school teens by 3 Hispanics, in Germantown is just further proof how Montgomery County Maryland has become a lawless County of the 1800’s Western Society. If you want to foster guidance and trust within the communities, you must first, take the step to enforce the laws on the books regarding criminal alien detainers, and send them back from where they came. Until you come to your senses, Montgomery County Maryland will continue its own path to destruction. We will continue to hold lawless activities and those pandering politicians accountable.

Leggett Orders Policy on ICE Detainers

Thank you,

Jeff Werner
Social Media Director, Help Save Maryland

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HELP SAVE MARYLAND ACTION ALERT!!! – Time To Let Your Voices Be Heard Again – Stop Rockville, MD From Becoming A Sanctuary City – ‘Fostering Community Trust’ Ordinance to be Discussed June 19

Rockville, Maryland, June 13 — Rockville’s Mayor and Council will on June 19 consider adopting “Fostering Community Trust,” an ordinance that would amend and add a section to Chapter 11 of the City of Rockville’s “Human Rights” code.

The ordinance sets out the role of the Rockville City Police Department (RCPD) in the enforcement of federal immigration laws. The proposed change to the code was introduced by Councilmember Julie Palakovich Carr at the Feb. 27 Mayor and Council meeting. A March 6 public hearing attracted a significant amount of public testimony and written comment.

The June 19 meeting begins at 7 p.m. at City Hall, 111 Maryland Ave.

Presently, the RCPD does not have a formal, written policy that governs how officers interact with members of the community relevant to federal immigration law. The department follows policies and guidelines established by the Montgomery County Police Department, and state and federal law.

The Rockville police department’s goal is to foster trust with all members of the city’s diverse community, ensuring that residents feel comfortable reporting crimes or cooperating as witnesses. Under MCPD policy, which the RCPD has adopted in practice, the department provides service as outlined in the MCPD’s Function Code Number: 520, “regardless of citizenship status, nationality, or racial/ethnic background.”

Learn more at or call the City Clerk’s office at 240-314-8280. Additional information is available in the Agenda Center for the Feb. 27 and March 6 meetings. Videos of those meetings can be viewed in the Agenda Center by selecting the television icon next to the Feb. 27 or March 6 meeting listing.

People who wish to testify at the June 19 hearing are asked to call 240-314-8280 before 4 p.m. on June 19 to place their names on the speakers’ list. Submit testimony in writing to or City Clerk’s Office, City Hall, 111 Maryland Ave., Rockville, MD 20850.

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President Trump and DHS end Obama DAPA Program – No Decision On DACA Yet

An Obama-era immigration program intended to protect parents of U.S. citizens and legal residents from deportation has been formally cancelled, fulfilling a key campaign promise from President Trump, the Homeland Security Department announced late Thursday.

Homeland Security John Kelly formally revoked a policy memo that created the Deferred Action for Parents of Americans program. The revocation came on the fifth anniversary of another effort that has protected hundreds of thousands of young immigrants from deportation.

The program to protect parents was announced by President Obama in November 2014 but was never fully launched because it was blocked by a federal court, according to Reuters.

It was intended to keep the immigrant parents safe from deportation and provide them with a renewable work permit good for two years, but it was blocked by a federal judge in Texas after 26 states filed suit against the federal government and challenged the effort’s legality.

Republicans decried the effort as “backdoor amnesty” and argued that Obama overstepped his authority by protecting a specific class of immigrants living in the United States illegally.

The protection program for parents, like the one for young immigrants, was created with a policy memo during the Obama administration. Both programs required that participants meet certain conditions, including not having a criminal history. As part of the expansion to protect immigrant parents living in the United States illegally, the Obama administration also sought to provide the young immigrants with work permits good for three years at a time. That provision was also blocked by the Texas judge.

Revoking the memo and ending the stalled program fulfill a key campaign promise by Trump, who pledged to “immediately” cancel both efforts. Trump has not said what he plans to do about the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program, but so far most immigrants protected by the effort have not been targeted by stepped-up efforts to find and deport immigrants living in the country illegally. As of March 31, about 787,000 young immigrants have been approved for the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program, according to government data.

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Media Coverage From Frederick County Regarding 287G Program

Media Coverage from last night’s meeting on Frederick County’s 287G program.

Frederick County Sheriff, Chuck Jenkins

From WHAG, Your4State:  Be sure to watch the video.

Protesters dispute over Frederick County’s meeting on immigration program

A wide variety of chants and poster were displayed outside of Winchester Hall

From The Frederick News Post:

Sides clash at meeting on Frederick County’s controversial immigration program


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