Video of the Day: Philly mayor dances like schoolgirl over judge’s sanctuary city ruling

On Wednesday, a federal district judge ruled in favor of Philadelphia in a sanctuary city case against the Trump administration, essentially allowing it to become a safe haven for illegal aliens.  This prompted Mayor Jim Kenney to dance like a schoolgirl, apparently giddy over the prospect that his city can now harbor illegal criminals.

According to Philly.com:

A federal judge has ruled for Philadelphia in its highly contentious “sanctuary city” case against the Trump administration, saying the city’s refusal to help enforce immigration laws is based on policies that are reasonable, rational, and equitable.

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U.S. District Judge Michael Baylson issued his decision Wednesday afternoon, following a four-day trial this spring and nearly a year of litigation, ruling that the Trump administration’s attempt to withhold about $1.5 million in federal law-enforcement grant money “violates statutory and constitutional law.”

Here he is, dancing a little jig while singing, “we are a sanctuary city,” and giving a high-five to his chief of staff:

Needless to say, it didn’t go down very well…

Literally dancing…

Exit question: Will the mayor also dance when his beloved illegal criminals murder and/or rape one or more of the residents in his city?


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