09 December 2016

Univ. Illinois Scoffs at the 'Sanctuary' Idea

University of Illinois
Despite pressure from the loudmouth illegals who doesn't even know how to sing the U.S. national anthem, the president of the University of Illinois declared that its three campuses will not legally serve as sanctuaries for immigrant students illegally living in the country.

President Timothy Killeen said last 6 December that "We must uphold state and federal laws. We cannot declare our campuses as sanctuaries, as the concept is not well specified and may actually jeopardize our institution."

But the schools also plan to do what they can within the law to protect those who were harassed by the illegal students.

Faculty and others at the University of Illinois and numerous other schools around the country have urged that schools not become sanctuary campuses after President-elect Donald Trump's campaign talk of deporting illegal immigrants.

Some universities have said they will while a few say they cannot.

Federal government is now finalizing the guideline to ensure that sanctuary cities and schools will not get any more funds for protecting criminals and miscreants of society.