But some on council are accusing her of flip-flopping on the issue.Like she would actually agree.
A day after the majority of city council walked out as Sekula-Gibbs hammered the city's immigration policy, the council woman and Republican candidate for congress says she did the right thing.
She said, "There is no good time to talk about a tragedy."
But council member Toni Lawrence, a conservative who was one of the first to walk out, accused Sekula-Gibbs of flip-flopping -- pointing out that when former council member Mark Ellis tried to get the city to rescind its immigration policy last November, Sekula-Gibbs wouldn't support him.
"She was quoted as saying, 'I don't know that much, it's not a big deal.' Now every time she gets up it gets out," Lawrence said. "It's political with her, I don't like that. Walk the walk, don't just talk the talk."
Listen to what Sekula-Gibbs told Eyewitness News last fall.
She said, "Mr. Ellis sent an email that I really believe is a political stunt."
Thursday she refuted that accusation
Shelley, your really fucking this up for me!