ICE Jail Contract Cancellation Supporters Schedule Rallies Next Two Saturdays

From the Coalition to Cancel the ICE Contract in McHenry County comes this notice:

This Saturday opponents to house ICE detainees in the McHenry County Jail will gather in Downtown Algonquin at the corner of Route 62 and Main Street at noon.

On Saturday, May 15th, they will move to Huntley on Route 47 at Diecke Park.

Except for the print announcing the location information, it’s a good graphic.

As is the Coalition logo, which can be seen below:

Here is the group’s press release:

Cancel the ICE Contract Roadside Rally Planned in Algonquin

Algonquin—The Coalition to Cancel the ICE Contract in McHenry County will hold a Roadside Rally this Saturday, May 8 in downtown Algonquin at Route 62 and Main Street from noon to 1:30 pm.

Coalition to Cancel the ICE Contract in McHenry County members and friends hold a banner at a roadside rally in McHenry on April 24.

Supporters and participants are invited to bring signs demanding that the McHenry County Board finally vote to end the Federal contract to use the County Jail as an immigrant detention center.

Masking is required and social distancing will be observed.

The McHenry event is one of a series of events that have taken the struggle to every corner of McHenry County.

The final roadside rally before an expected vote by the County Board on Wednesday, May 18 when the issue will likely come to a vote will be held in Huntley from noon to 1:30 pm on May 15 along Route 47 at Deicke Park.

The Coalition to Cancel the ICE Contract in McHenry County was formed by concerned organizations committed to immigration justice and ending the ICE contract with McHenry County Jail and includes 30 groups from the County and region.

Over 2000 signatures on a petition to end the contract were recently presented to the Board and 424 individuals now are registered on the Coalition’s Facebook Group.

For more information visit the Facebook Page at
https://www.facebook.com/CancelICEContractMcHenryCounty


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ICE Jail Contract Cancellation Supporters Schedule Rallies Next Two Saturdays — 11 Comments

  1. When will Accosta end up in the same jail I ask?

    He sponsored all of this nonsense, right?

  2. Re:

    “Over 2000 signatures on a petition to end the contract were recently presented to the Board and 424 individuals now are registered on the Coalition’s Facebook Group.”

    Who are these people?

    – Morons
    – Imbeciles
    – Illegal aliens
    – Gang members
    – People who voted for the doofus, plagiarist, racist, accused rapist Joe Biden who has been encouraging illegal aliens to come to the US and instituted polices and procedures that allow their easy flow across the southern border

  3. So the same 11 people will be out there shouting at cars?

    btw, keep that list of 2,000 names on the petition.

    They could become useful for addresses to send those being held for ICE in our County jail–to be released to when or if, the sudden “Let em all out” order comes down.

    Otherwise, they just wander our streets and homeless shelters.

    So provide the refugees some names and addresses to contact or show up at…

    They’ll Help and House them.

  4. I don’t think they should cancel the contract but why all the name-calling?

    We need to get to the point of civil debate.

  5. send them to the sea hags house in snowflake land them take care of em…

    they want they got ’em…

    you feed house them…

    we are sick of it…

    Deport!!!

    and be done with it…

  6. These are fools. You can tell by the masks they wear. No oxygen will ever get to their brain.

  7. How about these leftist pigs, queers, illegal aliens, union thugs and public sector wastrels out of McH. Co?

  8. Cynthia Allen Skank, go to lalaland and quit inhaling the exhaust from tail pipes. There’s no debate with Marxist scum.

  9. They plan on busing people in to stand in the parking lot on the 18th or whenever the meeting is.

    I saw the flyer on Twitter.

    They’re calling for a “caravan.”

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