Jeff Beauregard Sessions visited Sacramento last week to sue California for its Sanctuary City policies. Now area politicians are putting signs on their front doors: “Warning. Angel of Death Keep Out.”
Sacramento Police Chief Daniel Hahn noted the religious aspect of the trend while assuring residents that Donald Trump is not God.
“How many times do I have to say it? No, no, no, Donald Trump is not God,” said Chief Hahn. “But his administration is literally murdering firstborn immigrants while they sleep. We’re tapping into that ancient Jewish tradition of Passover and asking the president to spare these homes and strike down the collaborators instead.”
Sacramento City Unified School District board member Jay Hansen explained why.
“The problem for me is the impact on students who don’t know that Donald Trump is actually the devil,” Hansen said. “Our kids see negativity, anger, and hateful actions. The president is in California this week, so I think it’s time for people in Sacramento to show what a welcoming community we are.”
Sacramento residents on social media were confused about whether Trump is God or Satan, indicating that the city has more religious cleansing to do.
Extra cleansing doesn’t bother Hansen and the rest of the people who are part of the campaign.
“I’m not bothered by more cleansing,” said Hansen. “If the religious cleansing doesn’t work, we’ll move on to the ethnic cleansing of white supremacists.”