‘Where’s my son’s sanctuary?’ Father of a young boy who was killed by an illegal pushes back at libs

The father of a young boy who was killed by an illegal immigrant offered what had to be the best argument against supporters of so-called “sanctuary cities.”

“Where’s my son’s sanctuary?”

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James Shaw appeared on “Fox & Friends” and pushed back at a statement California Senate President Kevin DeLeon made, claiming that Attorney General Jeff Sessions’ law enforcement policies are based on “white supremacist values and not American values.”

Shaw’s son Jamiel Jr. was killed in 2008 by an illegal immigrant who had only recently been released from prison.

He called DeLeon’s statement “disrespectful” to the victims and ignores the price we pay for open borders.

He always wants to demean the victims by calling us racist,” he told “Friends” co-host Abby Huntsman.

“We’re pissed off parents. We miss our kids, we love our kids. They want to act like our kids were never born, never existed,” he continued.

He said that contrary to DeLeon’s thinking, it has nothing to do with racism or white supremacy, and liberals like the California only use such terms to shut down the conversation.

Huntsman asked Shaw what he would say if he were to ever meet up with DeLeon.

He answered that he and other sanctuary city supporters should imagine what it’s like to lose a loved one.

“I guarantee you he wouldn’t be acting the same way” in that event, Shaw said, before adding the kicker.

“What about us? Where’s my son’s sanctuary?”

Good question. Others thought so too.

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