Arizona Governor Jan Brewer was initially delighted with the Supreme Court ruling on the AZ immigration law, Monday, but her glee was dampened just a few hours later when the Obama administration maliciously revoked the 287(g) agreement between Arizona law enforcement officers and the federal government in the enforcement of immigration law.
Brewer also criticized Obama’s latest executive decision to change immigration policy, calling it, “backdoor amnesty.”
“Why aren’t they abiding by the rule of law?” she asked of the Obama administration. She added, “What they’ve said to Arizona is, drop dead Arizona. Drop dead and go away, and we’re going to ignore you.”
“Is this not America?” she asked. “Do I not as governor have the right to protect the people of Arizona? It just is incomprehensible to think that this is all taken place today. It ticks me off. I think that it should tick the people of America off.”
When Greta asked if she would appeal the administration’s 287(g) decision, she said bluntly answered that she didn’t know if she could.
“It is actually the federal government. It is their program, and it’s almost become apparent that they can do whatever they darn well want. They don’t want to enforce their laws, they won’t let us help them enforce their laws…. The bottom line is, we need a new administration, somebody that will take the responsibility… uphold the rule of law, and secure our borders so we can deal with all the issues dealing with illegal immigration.”