The House recently passed Kate’s Law, named after Kate Steinle, the young woman killed in San Francisco by a criminal illegal alien who had been deported multiple times. The law imposes stricter penalties on those who return to the US illegally after being deported. It’s being fought tooth-and-claw by “sanctuary city”-supporting liberals, with Senate Democrats vowing to block the law and claiming it doesn’t have public support.
Well, it appears that the same people who never saw Trump’s election coming are just as out of touch with public opinion on this issue. Here are the results of a new Rasmussen survey. I wonder how many of the small minority who oppose it are themselves here illegally after having been deported five or six times.