California sign pranked to welcome ‘felons, illegals and MS13!’ – but the parting shot is absolutely money

Right-leaning Californians have had enough of the blue-state blues.

A political savvy constituent trolled highway traffic with a sign that scorched the Democrats’ ‘sanctuary state’ policy that became offical January 1.

Under the state’s ‘Welcome’ sign, another official looking sign was added over the New Years weekend that read: OFFICIAL SANCTUARY STATE: Felons, Illegals, and MS13 Welcome! Democrats need votes!

One of the signs was spotted on the busy 15 Freeway that runs between Las Vegas and Los Angeles according to locals who posted the picture to social media.

A photo of another, similar sign also made the rounds on Twitter:

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https://twitter.com/FiveRights/status/948178165842759680

This isn’t the first time, California highways have been hit with the anti-illegal immigration signs. Last year, Malibu found itself unwillingly in the spotlight with a sign of its own.

The cast of “Fox & Friends” blasted California for ringing in the New Year with its sanctuary policy.

“Not only if you’re illegal, you’re welcome in California, also if you want to get high, you’re welcome there too, ” Ainsley Earhardt said.

“So you can be illegal, and wasted on marijuana, and live in that state and be just fine.”

“Not only if you’re illegal, you’re welcome in California, also if you want to get high, you’re welcome there too, “Ainsley Earhardt said.

“So you can be illegal, and wasted on marijuana, and live in that state and be just fine.”

California’s radical immigration policies have become a hotbed of controversy. Last month, President Trump exploded after a jury slapped illegal alien, seven-time felon Jose Ines Garcia Zarate with a slap on the wrist after killing Kate Steinle on a San Francisco pier.

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It’s clear, not all Californians support its state’s current politics and would like to see the rights and protections for its legal residents come first.

 

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