Sources within county government tell me that the Moore County board of commissioners is preparing a resolution mandating that county authorities (1) refuse to cooperate with resettlement of the border-crashing kids from Central America, and (2) enforce ALL current immigration laws to their fullest extent. The resolution will reportedly mirror the resolutions approved already by the boards in Brunswick and Pitt counties.
Resolutions like this are coming to the surface amid reports that law enforcement officers are being told by the feds to stop detaining and trying to deport illegals. There is also evidence to suggest that some of the US-Mexico border crashing minors are being covertly transported and housed in North Carolina and other states.
Amnesty foes are hoping tactics like these resolutions will pressure state and federal authorities to take serious action on the growing crisis at our southern border with Mexico. The Moore County board of commissioners is expected to take up this matter at their meeting this coming Tuesday evening.