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A Judge Ordered The Release Of Six ICE Detainees – Four Of Them Are Convicted Felons


The majority of the detainees ordered to be released from an Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) facility in California carry felony convictions, according to a document obtained by the Daily Caller News Foundation. A federal judge on Thursday ruled that six detainees being held in the Adelanto ICE Processing Center in San Bernardino County, California must be released, finding that the ...

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John Bolton Rips WHO As China’s ‘Accomplice,’ Calls On Director-General To Resign

Former National Security Advisor John Bolton is supporting efforts to drastically reform the  World Health Organization (WHO) after recent reports suggested the organization is in league with China. WHO Director-General Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus should resign amid reports he is subservient to Beijing, Bolton told his Twitter followers Monday night. Florida Sens. Rick Scott and Marco Rubio are also calling on the organization to ...

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Report: Smugglers Posed as Border Wall Construction Workers, Shootout Ensued

Migrant smugglers reportedly posed as border wall construction employees, and one of them shot at a Border Patrol agent following a high-speed chase. Smugglers on Wednesday entered the U.S. with vehicles, designed to look like pickup trucks involved with border wall construction, carrying numerous illegal aliens, according to a report from the Washington Times. A dangerous encounter took place after ...

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WINNING: FCC Slaps Down Request To Investigate Networks That Air Trump’s Coronavirus Briefings

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Federal Communications Commission (FCC) Chairman Ajit Pai dismissed a petition for the agency to investigate news networks that air President Donald Trump’s press briefings on coronavirus. The independent government agency slapped down a request from advocacy group Free Press because press freedoms are too important, Pai said in a tweet Monday announcing the decision. The tweet included screenshot of a ...

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Cuomo: ‘We Don’t Need Any Additional Ventilators’

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Democratic New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo said Monday that the state does not need additional ventilators “right now.” In a sudden change from his pleas for ventilators for New York coronavirus patients, Cuomo told members of the press during a Monday coronavirus press conference that “we don’t need any additional ventilators right now.” “There is no hospital that needs ventilators ...

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Researchers Lower Fatality Projections In Coronavirus Model Used By White House

The researchers whose model the White House has used to help guide its coronavirus response lowered their estimate Sunday for the number of Americans project to die during the first wave of the pandemic. The model, from the Institute of Health Metrics and Evaluation (IHME) at the University of Washington, now projects 81,766 deaths in the United States through Aug. ...

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‘Lost The Credibility’: WHO Faces Mounting Backlash For Running Interference For China

The World Health Organization is facing a mounting backlash over its handling of China’s cover-up of the novel coronavirus. WHO leaders, including Director-General Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus, have run interference for China’s propaganda war meant to absolve the communist nation of responsibility for the global spread of COVID-19. The WHO is now under increasing pressure from experts and Republican senators. “A ...

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California Providing Millions Of Dollars For Illegal Alien Business Owners

California Democratic Gov. Gain Newsom confirmed that his administration is providing economic relief to businesses in his state that do not otherwise qualify for federal aid, including those owned by illegal aliens. “[W]e always consider those that are documented, those that are undocumented, those that are living in mixed-status families,” Newsom said Friday during a press conference. His remarks were ...

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U.S. Navy Attack Submarine USS Delaware Joins the Fleet

The U.S. Navy commissioned USS Delaware (SSN 791), the 18th Virginia-class attack submarine, today, April 4, 2020. Although the traditional public commissioning ceremony was canceled due to public health safety and restrictions of large public gatherings, the Navy commissioned USS Delaware administratively and transitioned the ship to normal operations. Meanwhile, the Navy is looking at a future opportunity to commemorate ...

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CNN’s Acosta Interrupts Dr Birx As She Discusses WHO’s Handling Of Coronavirus Pandemic

CNN reporter Jim Acosta interrupted Dr. Deborah Birx on Friday as the White House coronavirus task force coordinator was discussing the World Health Organization’s handling of the pandemic. Birx pointed out during a task force press conference that WHO has provided faulty guidance about the transmission of coronavirus, and whether countries should implement travel bans. “I will remind you that ...

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Democrats Introduce Bill Giving Coronavirus Relief To Illegal Aliens

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Several House Democrats introduced legislation that, if signed into law, would allow illegal aliens to obtain funds from the recently-passed coronavirus relief package. California Rep. Lou Correa, along with two other Democratic lawmakers, introduced the Leave No Taxpayer Behind Act on Friday. The legislation would amend the CARES Act — the $2 trillion stimulus package intended to help Americans suffering ...

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Military Expands Medical Support in New York City, New Orleans and Dallas

At the request of FEMA, the Department of Defense will expand its medical support to include COVID-19 positive patients at the Javits Federal Medical Station (FMS) in New York City, the Morial FMS in New Orleans, Louisiana, and the Kay Bailey Hutchinson FMS in Dallas, Texas. These three DoD-supported locations will now provide support to COVID-19 positive patients in convalescent ...

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Indianapolis CBP K9 Sniffs Out $1.5 Million Fentanyl Seizure

INDIANAPOLIS—On March 30, Indianapolis U.S. Customs and Border Protection officers intercepted approximately four-and-a-half pounds of fentanyl in a package destined to East Elmhurst, New York. The shipment was transiting through a local express consignment facility when CBP K9 Balbina alerted to the package. When officers opened the shipment they found a white styrofoam cooler lined with padded black material. The ...

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Miami Vice? $1 Million worth of cocaine seized by CBP

MIAMI – While U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP) remains fully engaged in our nation’s whole-of-government response to the coronavirus pandemic, CBP officers continue to conduct their traditional enforcement missions, including narcotics interdiction. On March 18, CBP officers seized 90 pounds of cocaine they discovered aboard a coastal freighter on the Miami River. The cocaine has an estimated street value of ...

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WHO Official Defends China, Says Everyone Is ‘Over-Focused’ On Regime’s Coronavirus Numbers

The Chinese government and its main propaganda outlet are touting remarks from World Health Organization official Michael Ryan, who said the public is “over-focused” on the accuracy of Beijing’s coronavirus data.  “I think we need to be very careful also to not to be profiling certain parts of the world as being uncooperative or non-transparent,” Ryan said at a press ...

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