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The Price Of Bail Bonds For Immigrants Is Growing, Data Shows

Ice Officer

The prices on bail bonds for illegal immigrants has been surging, and those costs could be having an effect on crowding in Immigration and Customs Enforcement’s detention centers, according to data from Syracuse University’s Transactional Records Access Clearinghouse. Bail bonds in 2005 that judges issued for illegal migrants were all less than $2,000, Axios reported, citing the TRAC data. About ...

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Kyrsten Sinema, Eight Other Senators Sign Letter To Speed Up Removal Of Certain Migrants

Democratic Arizona Sen. Kyrsten Sinema is aiming to implement a pilot program at the U.S.-Mexico border that would speed up the screening process and remove migrant families that don’t have a legal asylum claim. Sinema joined eight other senators in signing a letter Wednesday evening to acting Homeland Security Secretary Kevin McAleenan, The Arizona Republic reported. The letter detailed how ...

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NBC Fails to Mention The Democrat Who Entered Mar-A-Lago Alongside Epstein In 1992

NBC Nightly News

NBC pulled a video from its archives and noted that President Donald Trump was partying with alleged child sex trafficker Jeffrey Epstein in 1992, but failed to mention that the man seen entering the estate with Epstein is Democrat Tom McMillen. The former Maryland representative is seen in the video entering Trump’s Mar-a-Lago estate in Florida with Epstein and a ...

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Republican Immigrant From Jamaica To Challenge Ocasio-Cortez In 2020

A Republican immigrant businesswoman active in politics launched a campaign Wednesday to run against current Democratic New York Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez in 2020. Scherie Murray, an immigrant from Jamaica, is the fifth Republican to file for Ocasio-Cortez’s seat. The other Republicans are former police officer John Cummings, construction contractor Miguel Hernandez, medical journalist Ruth Papzian and entrepreneur Antoine Tucker. “There ...

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Republicans, Too, Are Condemning Trump’s Twitter Comments: Scott, Portman, Collins, Toomey And More

Many Republicans have condemned the president for his tweets Sunday telling some congresswomen to return to their home countries. These Republicans include Sens. Tim Scott and Susan Collins as well as Rep. Chip Roy. Democrats have also come out against Trump’s tweets. Many Republicans have come out against President Donald Trump’s tweets Sunday where he suggested some Democratic congresswomen should go ...

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Former Acting ICE Director On Why He ‘Broke’ During Battle With House Dems

Former acting ICE Director Tom Homan said he wanted to give Rep. Jesus Garcia “a beating” during the House Oversight Committee hearing Friday after being accused of racism and indifference to dying children. The Illinois Democrat called Homan a “racist and said [he] didn’t care about dying children,” according to Homan, who spoke about the argument on “Fox & Friends” ...

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Epstein Reportedly Hired Private Investigators To Intimidate, Stalk His Victims

Billionaire and accused child sex trafficker Jeffrey Epstein reportedly hired private investigators to intimidate and stalk his victims, according to police reports. Authorities arrested Epstein in 2008 on two counts of soliciting prostitution, one with a minor, in Palm Beach, Florida. As police investigated, intimidation tactics began to emerge from accusers and witnesses, CNN reported. Epstein worked out a light ...

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House Oversight Asks To Question Acosta On Plea Deal With Epstein

The House Oversight sent a letter to Secretary of Labor Alex Acosta Wednesday asking him to attend a meeting designed to “examine” his actions regarding a light plea deal with accused sex trafficker Jeffrey Epstein. Epstein was arrested Saturday for allegedly sex trafficking minors between 2002 and 2005. He was previously arrested in 2008 on two counts of prostitution, one ...

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Merkel Seen Shaking For Third Time In Less Than A Month

Angela Merkel

German Chancellor Angela Merkel was seen shaking uncontrollably at a public event in Berlin Wednesday for the third time in less than a month. Reuters released a video that showed Merkel’s body shaking Wednesday as she stood next to Antti Rinne, the prime minister of Finland. She placed her hands in front of her to try to stop the shaking, ...

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House Democrats Use Photo From Obama Administration To Promote Investigation Into ‘Inhumane Treatment’ At The Border

House Democrats tweeted a photo from President Barack Obama’s administration to promote their investigation into “inhumane treatment” at the border before deleting the tweet Tuesday. The Committee on Oversight and Reform announced a hearing advisory set for Wednesday titled “Kids in Cages: Inhumane Treatment at the Border” on their Twitter. The hearing will be “examining” this alleged inhumane treatment after ...

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Acosta Defends His 2008 Deal With Epstein

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Labor Security Alex Acosta took to Twitter Tuesday to defend a deal he cut with billionaire Jeffrey Epstein that prevented Epstein from significant jail time. Acosta has been under fire since Epstein was arrested Saturday and charged with sex trafficking minors. Epstein was previously arrested for two felony prostitution charges, one with a minor, and worked out a light sentence ...

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Organizations That Are Supposed To Protect Journalists Remain Silent On Andy Ngo Attack

Major organizations that aim to protect freedom of the press and journalists have avoided issuing statements or reports on the Andy Ngo attack at an Antifa rally. These organizations have been vocal in reporting on freedom of the press issues involving Trump. One of the organizations is fully funded by taxpayers, and its chief executive was appointed during the Obama ...

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Former Vanity Fair Investigative Reporter Accuses Editor Of Covering Up Evidence Against Epstein

Allegations that the former Vanity Fair editor cut out salacious details regarding Jeffrey Epstein’s involvement with underage girls in a profile story written in 2002 have come out Monday. Epstein was arrested and charged with underage sex trafficking Saturday. He was formally accused of paying underage girls for sexual massages in Florida between 1999 and 2005, The New York Times reported Saturday. He ...

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Swalwell Drops Out Of Presidential Race

2020 Presidential candidate Eric Swalwell announced he is dropping out of the presidential race Monday at a press conference in California. The California Rep. began his presidential bid three months ago, and was one of 24 main Democratic candidates. During his campaign, Swalwell struggled to gain traction and his poll numbers have peaked at 1%, East Bay Citizen reported. He ...

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Epstein Pleads Not Guilty To Charges Of Sex Trafficking Minors

Jeffrey Epstein pleaded not guilty Monday to charges of sex trafficking minors over a decade ago. Epstein, 66, is a billionaire and convicted sex offender in Florida who spent time behind bars in 2008 after admitting to procuring a minor for prostitution. Prosecutors will argue that Epstein should be denied bail because of his past sexual predator allegations, CNBC reported. ...

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