AZND Note: Sheriff Napier is a member of the R Team who apparently thinks he can play nicely with the traitors that dominate the Pima County Board of Supervisors. You cannot appease people who want to destroy this country with hordes of illegal immigrants.
Pima County Sheriff Mark Napier has removed federal immigration agents from the jail, saying he hopes the move will encourage supervisors to restore a federal grant commonly known as Stonegarden that the department used for expenses related to immigration enforcement.
Napier’s letter said that effective Oct. 12, ICE no longer had office space in the county jail.
The move follows months of controversy surrounding federal immigration agents’ use of office space at the jail. The issue played a part in a majority of the Pima County Board of Supervisors deciding to reject a $1.4 million border security grant that the Sheriff’s Department was awarded earlier this year.
In a Tuesday letter sent to supervisors, Napier said he was compromising his position on providing office space in the “sincere hope that it builds a bridge of trust and reciprocal compromise” and that supervisors would vote to approve next year’s cycle of Stonegarden funding.