The irony is now on Cobb County, GA, one of the most anti-immigrant counties in the state, and one of the first to implement 287(g). It appears that one of the sub-contractors used on a project to build the new $63 Million Cobb County Courthouse has been found to employ undocumented workers.
The state law (SB 529), which requires companies and contractors for the Georgia government to utilize E-Verify does not apply to sub-sub contractors or indirect contractors.
According to the Marietta Daily Journal, Cobb County Chairman Sam Olens stated that they followed the law and that they also asked federal immigration officials to investigate the matter, whether anyone should be criminally prosecuted.
Lots of noise is generated by Cobb County, probably to divert from the fact that the joke is on them.