Washington State Gov. Jay Inslee was to step down, be held contempt or arrested for approving a "sanctification law", according to Spokane County Sheriff.
Sheriff Ozzie Knezovich told host Harris Faulkner at "Outnumbered Overtime" Inslee took the same oath in the office as he did, promising to respect federal law.
"You say [Inslee] commit a crime, basically," Faulkner said.
"I'm" replied Knezovich. "He took the same oath I did to maintain the constitution of the United States and its laws."
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"If you do not want to enforce your own laws then either step down or be contemptuous of the congress or be arrested for obstruction ̵
In signing the bill, Inslee, who is also a democratic presidential candidate in 2020, declared that he would" not be complicated in the Trump administration's neglected efforts to break up hard-working immigrants and refugee families. "
Knezovich called Insle's comments in Olympia" typically political speech to a presidential candidate. "
He claimed that the Democratic governor has" inappropriate role models "in other government houses naming House Speaker Nancy Pelosi, D-Calif.
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Knezovich accused Pelosi of being "demonizing federal, state, and local law enforcement" and said he wanted to challenge her to change existing federal laws she does not like.
He told Faulkner that he did not intend to follow the Inslee Law signed because he "has a responsibility to ensure that criminals are taken out of the streets of my county – regardless of their immigration status."