Texas Governor: ‘Texas Will Not Tolerate Sanctuary Campuses’

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Texas Governor Greg Abbott has no sympathy for the sanctuary campus movement, declaring his intention to cut funding for any state school that attempts to make itself a sanctuary for illegal immigrants.

In a series of tweets posted on the Republican governor’s account, Abbott assured concerned constituents that “Texas will not tolerate sanctuary campuses or cities,” vowing multiple times that he will cut funding for any state entity that attempts such a plot, which the City of Austin and the University of Texas system have pledged to do.

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In fact, Abbot even claimed that he has “already issued an order cutting funding to sanctuary cities,” assuring his constituents that he will “sign a law that bans sanctuary cities….

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