The following is one of the most biased articles I’ve had the misfortune to come across. Because it’s so entertaining, I’m sharing it with you. From the Business Insider, quoting that paragon of journalistic excellence, the New York Times:
Former Kansas Secretary of State Kris Kobach is in the running to be an “immigration czar” within the Trump administration, and as part of his application he made a list of demands that he’d require if the White House chose him, three unnamed people familiar with the matter said in a New York Times report published on Monday afternoon.
Guatemala’s towns are emptying-out as a growing number of migrants head north to accept the Democratic Party’s offer of open-border loopholes and low-wage jobs.
Roughly one percent of Guatemala’s population has migrated to the United States border since September 2018, according to the Department of Homeland Security. One-third of those migrants come from the neighboring rural districts of Huehuetenango and San Marcos.
President Donald Trump’s “Migrant Protection Protocols” are reducing the ability of adventurous migrants to give birth in the United States:
When Emma Hernandez crossed the Rio Grande here illegally about two weeks ago and approached Border Patrol agents seeking asylum, she told them she was eight months pregnant.
Hours ago, House Judiciary Committee ranking member, Congressman Doug Collins, released the transcripts of nine key figures from the House investigation into DOJ and FBI political activity.
President Donald said in a recent interview that the Biden family should be investigated over their financial ties to the Chinese government.
When asked by Fox News Channel’s Steve Hilton whether former vice president Joe Biden’s ties to China should be investigated the President responded: One-hundred percent. It’s a disgrace. And then he says China’s not a competitor of ours. China is a massive competitor of ours. They want to take over the world.
According to multiple senior administration officials, President Donald Trump intends to invoke the “tremendous powers” of the Insurrection Act to remove illegals from the country.
The Insurrection Act of 1807, grants the Chief Executive authority to deploy the National Guard and U.S. military in order to combat “unlawful obstruction or rebellion” within U.S. borders. The act was last invoked in 1992 by George H.W. Bush.
A U.S. Border Patrol agent warned that our nation has “lost control of the border.”
U.S. Border Patrol Agent Hector Garza, in his role as vice-president of the National Border Patrol Council, said, “We’ve lost control of the border, as we are right now.” He continued saying we must come up with a new plan to correct the problems that led to the loss of control.