Letter to President Trump: Send federal agents to Butler County

Credit: DaytonDailyNews

Sheriff Richard Jones talks about how they have worked with Federal immigration agents in the past and what he wants to see happen in the future

Credit: DaytonDailyNews

Butler County Sheriff Richard Jones sent a letter to Washington, D.C., today urging President Donald Trump to send federal agents to shut down business hiring illegal immigrants.

“I urge you to take a stand and do the right thing by having Immigration and Customs Enforcement sent to Ohio, specifically Butler County,” the sheriff wrote in the letter obtained by this news outlet.

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“We need to get these businesses shut down that hire illegals to fill vacant positions. The American people who are forced to survive on welfare is disturbing. If we stop businesses from hiring illegal aliens, more Americans can get and maintain work,” Jones wrote in the letter.

The sheriff concluded with, “My door is always open.”

Jones has been a long-time supporter of closing the borders and has pushed an aggressive stance on illegal immigration.

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Letter sent to President Donald Trump from Butler County Sheriff Richard Jones
Letter sent to President Donald Trump from Butler County Sheriff Richard Jones