Sessions Argues 'Sanctuary' Cities Breed Crime By Citing Study That Says They Don't

The Trump administration has a history of twisting the facts on immigration policies.

Written by Elise FoleyWASHINGTON ― When Attorney General Jeff Sessions said Wednesday that a study had found so-called sanctuary cities have more violent crime than others, it came as a surprise to the people who conducted the research.“When cities like Philadelphia, Boston or San Francisco advertise that they have these policies, the criminals are taking notice, too. They’ve got a good idea of where they might want to go, it seems to me,” Sessions said during a speech railing against jurisdi...