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SAN DIEGO -  Sheriff Joe Arpaio was back in the valley after a weekend speaking in California.

The Sheriff spoke to a packed crowd of Tea Party members and his supporters in San Diego County on July 26.

Arpaio spoke on a number of issues including illegal immigration.

"I am against amnesty. I would never, never, never be for amnesty," Arpaio said, "Lets not blame the border all the time. Let's do what should be done in enforcing the laws here."

The Sheriff thanked protestors from Riverside County who blocked buses that carried migrant children from Central America.

Sheriff Arpaio's visit drew some criticism with people calling the Sheriff prejudice against the hispanic community.

Before leaving Arpaio took some time to sign pink underwear for his supporters.

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