현재 상황, 불법 이민에 느슨한 Magnus의 기록과 결합, 지명에 대해 공화당원들 사이에서 우려를 불러일으키고 있다., 그리고 그가 질문에 직면할 때 약간의 긴장된 그릴링을 초래할 것입니다..
“Many of us have very serious concerns about this nominee,” committee member Sen. Steve Daines, R-Mont., told Fox News prior to the hearing. “We’re going to be asking some tough questions today on the hill.”
Those questions could deal with Magnus’s past support for sanctuary cities. While serving as chief of police for Tucson, Ariz., Magnus supported sanctuary policies that say police will not cooperate with federal authorities looking to expel illegal immigrants.
추가로, under Magnus’s leadership, the Tucson Police Department withdrew from a federal border security grant program. 에 따르면 2020 보고하다 Tucson.com, Magnus said that the grant was “not a great fit for the work we were doing.”
Daines said that while his state is nowhere near the southern border, it still is impacted by loose borders. He said that drugs have been “flooding across the southern border” and then moving up north to Montana.
Magnus’s hearing also comes on the heels of a 뉴욕 포스트 report that revealed the Biden administration was secretly transporting underage migrants up north. The Post report said that planes from Texas landed outside New York City in Westchester County, with most of those exiting appearing to be teens and children. A source told the newspaper that children have been transported from there to areas throughout New York City and parts of Connecticut.