NASHVILLE, Tenn. (WZTV) — Will the expiration of Title 42 along the U.S.-Mexico border lead to new friction between state leaders who want to keep migrants out, and Metro leaders who want to roll out the welcome mat?
With Nashville being a blue dot in a red state, Conservative commentator Steve Gill says he worries Nashville may declare itself a sanctuary city. He says this would create even more of a rift between the state and Metro leaders.
End of Title 42 along southern border brings debate among Tennessee leaders | WZTV (fox17.com)
Threaten to dump a dozen busloads of illegal aliens in front of the bars and tourist traps in downtown Nashville and let’s see if the Metro council members want to press that idea. At least they all be safe since so many locales and alleys are tagged with Gun Free Zone signs, right? Titan fans trying to go to a game having to slalom around homeless tents and people sleeping on the sidewalk?
I am almost wishing they do declare the city a sanctuary.
3 thoughts on “Nashville as Sanctuary City?”
Blue dots in red states are how it stars… sad. Too bad we can’t wall them off and put one way door in them. Only allows en IN
However… glimmer of hope. Blue city Mayors are all upset that Abbot and DeSantis are sending the immigrants their way.
No better way to grow up and start acting like a rational adult than to suffer the consequences of your actions.
Keep em away from Gatlinburg. I need a safe haven for that awesome aquarium and donut shop.
Forcing NIMBYs to actually dodge the crime and vagrancy would be fun if it were not for the innocents who suffer along side
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