Well, that illegal immigrant who was cooped up in the church in Chicago got arrested and deported for violating a 1997 deportation order. Funny how they didn't catch her going out the door in Chicago, but waited until she was in Los Angeles. She broke the law, why should she not be punished because of it? There's a big difference between being charitable and being taken for a sucker. I think these churches that are providing sanctuary are getting taken for a bunch of suckers. If you're going to live here, follow our rules for becoming a citizen or permanent resident. There are so many new citizens I've seen come to the United States who went through the entire process. Was it tough? I'm sure it was, but they got through it. Maybe that's what it is. Maybe the illegals don't have the strength of will to get through the process.
If that's the case, they know which way is out.