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After Reviewing The Transcripts, George Papadopoulos Says He’s Now Positive He Knows Who The FBI Informant In His Case Was

A secret source for the FBI offered to buy George Papadopoulos a burner phone, ‘so you can’t be traced,’ according to the former Trump campaign aide.  Papadopoulos says he has figured out the identity of a confidential human source that the FBI used to covertly record him during encounters starting in October 2016.  The Justice Department recently declassified several transcripts ...

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Rio Grande Valley Agents Seize Over $1.5 Million in Meth

EDINBURG, Texas –Border Patrol agents seize more than 48 lbs. of liquid methamphetamine in a failed smuggling attempt at the Falfurrias checkpoint. The drugs seized are valued at $1.5M. Yesterday, agents assigned to Border Patrol’s Falfurrias checkpoint referred a Hyundai sedan for further investigation following a K-9 alert during the immigration inspection.  During a search of the vehicle, agents discovered the ...

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Illegal Alien, Alleged Drug Trafficker On The Loose After Sanctuary Authorities Let Him Go

Mexican national Francisco Vazquez-Cruz was arrested on drug trafficking charges by Oregon State Police on April 28 and booked into the Jackson County Jail.  Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) confirmed to the Daily Caller News Foundation that Vazquez-Cruz is in the U.S. illegally, and is now considered an ICE fugitive after Jackson County authorities ignored their detainer request and released him into ...

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WINNING: Appeals Court Prevents Release Of 250 ICE Detainees

Donald Trump success

A panel on the 9th Circuit Court of Appeals has overruled a lower court’s order to reduce the detention population of an Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) facility by the hundreds. The Trump administration scored a major win on Tuesday after a three-judge panel ruled that detainees in the Adelanto ICE Processing Facility, a dentition center that is sits northeast ...

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A Rep Amash POTUS Bid Could Impact Biden’s Campaign, Poll Shows

A potential Rep. Justin Amash presidential bid hurts former Vice President Joe Biden more than President Donald Trump as the election rumbles toward November, a new poll shows. A Monmouth University poll published Wednesday shows Biden leading the president 51% to 41% if the Michigan Independent is not included in the survey. The former vice president’s lead over Trump drops to 47% ...

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EU Let China Censor Ambassador’s Op-Ed By Removing Reference To Coronavirus Originating In China

The European Union allowed the Chinese government to censor part of an op-ed by the EU ambassador to China published in a state newspaper China Daily. China’s Ministry of Foreign Affairs (MFA) insisted on censoring an op-ed by the EU ambassador to China to remove a reference to the COVID-19 coronavirus originating in China, an EU spokesman said Wednesday, adding ...

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Grenell To Schiff: Release The Secret Russia Probe Transcripts Or I Will

Richard Grenell, the acting director of national intelligence, told Rep. Adam Schiff on Monday that 53 transcripts from the House Intelligence Committee’s investigation into possible Trump-Russia collusion are ready to be released to the public. In the letter, Grenell urged Schiff to publish the documents, but said that the Office of the Director of National Intelligence (ODNI) is prepared to ...

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Gov Gavin Newsom Sued Over $75 Million Stimulus For Illegal Aliens

A lawsuit seeks to stop Democratic California Gov. Gavin Newsom from doling out roughly $75 million in taxpayer funds to foreign nationals living unlawfully in the country. Judicial Watch, a conservative legal firm, filed a temporary restraining order against Newsom to keep him from spending about $75 million of state taxpayer funds on direct cash benefits to illegal aliens, the ...

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Border Agents Intercept Narcotics and Currency Totaling $1.1 Million

LAREDO, Texas—U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP), Office of Field Operations (OFO) officers at the Juarez-Lincoln Bridge intercepted cocaine and currency totaling $1.1 million in value during two separate, unrelated incidents over the weekend. “CBP conducts enforcement operations to protect against the illegal importation of narcotics and unreported exportations of bulk currency,” said Port Director Gregory Alvarez, Laredo Port of ...

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Court Denies Trump’s Bid To Block Immigrants Who Can’t Afford Health Care

An appeals court has blocked the Trump administration’s request to allow for a ban on immigrants who don’t have health care or otherwise cannot afford health care expenses. The Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals on Monday rejected the White House’s motion for a stay pending appeal of a court order that prevents the administration from enforcing its proclamation on immigrants ...

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Internal Chinese Report Warns Beijing To Prepare For Armed Conflict With US Over COVID-19 Backlash, Sources Say

An internal Chinese report warns Beijing officials that backlash from the coronavirus pandemic risks tilting China into a full bore armed conflict with the United States, Reuters reported Monday. Anti-China sentiment hasn’t been this white-hot since the Tiananmen Square crackdown more than three decades ago, sources familiar with the paper told Reuters. They spoke on the condition of anonymity because ...

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Trump’s Economic Adviser Won’t Rule Out Blocking Coronavirus Relief To Sanctuary Cities

Larry Kudlow

Top White House economic adviser Larry Kudlow would not definitively rule out the possibility of local immigration policy being a condition for a federal bailout package for state governments.  Kudlow’s comments come after President Donald Trump suggested he may withhold coronavirus relief for states that have sanctuary cities, saying those policies must be adjusted.  The president has long sought to ...

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DHS Report Says China Lied About Extent Of Pandemic In Order To Hoard Medical Supplies

A report from the Department of Homeland Security says the Chinese government lied to world health agencies about the spread of coronavirus in order to buy time to stock up on medical supplies to deal with the pandemic. The Homeland Security report assessed that Chinese leaders “intentionally concealed the severity” of the novel coronavirus outbreak, which originated in Wuhan in ...

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Mike Pompeo Says There’s ‘Enormous Evidence’ That Coronavirus Came From Wuhan Lab

Mike Pompeo white house press briefing 6-7-18

Secretary of State Mike Pompeo said Sunday that there’s “enormous evidence” backing the theory that the novel coronavirus originated from the Wuhan Institute of Virology. “There’s enormous evidence that that’s where this began,” Pompeo said on ABC’s “This Week.” “We have said from the beginning, this virus originated in Wuhan, China. We took a lot of grief for that from ...

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ICE Detainees Refuse Coronavirus Tests, Rush Officers And Trash Detention Center Instead

A situation turned violent when about 10 inmates at an immigration detention center in Massachusetts were asked to be transferred to a medical wing and tested for coronavirus.  The inmates refused the tests, barricaded themselves inside a wing of the building, destroyed property inside the building and violently clashed with law enforcement officers. The inmates were eventually subdued, and the ...

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