DHS: African Nationals Cross Into Texas

 

On May 29, 2019, as the number of confirmed Ebola cases approaches 2,000, charities urged the United Nations to significantly scale-up Ebola prevention in the Democratic Republic of Congo to the highest level of emergency response.

The current outbreak began in early August 2018. Attempts to check the epidemic have been undermined by protracted, civil conflict in the region and community mistrust of health-workers leading to a spike in the number of new cases as the virus continues to spread unchecked.

 

Is U.S. Military Leadership Loyal to Constitution?

 

El Paso Sector Border Patrol agents apprehended a historic 1,036 in a single group near El Paso on Wednesday morning. 

U.S. Customs and Border Protection officials reported the group included 934 family units.

 CBP Deputy Commissioner, Robert E. Perez, said in a written statement, the apprehension  demonstrates the severity of the lack of security at the southern border.

It is likely, most of the family units will be released into the US after processing, due to overcrowding.

William Barr Sides with Swamp

 

Attorney General William Barr has broken with President Trump on the issue of whether or not Obama-era officials committed treason.

Barr, in a sit-down interview with CBS News, was asked whether he agreed with previous comments Trump has made suggesting some people with ties to the former president’s administration had done so.

 

 

Ninth-Circuit Blocks Two Border-Wall Projects

 

Few have been more effective in halting the Trump administration’s efforts to secure the southern border than the cabal of San Francisco-based judges on the 9th Circuit Court of Appeals.

So it shouldn’t come as a surprise that one of these judges – US District Court Judge Haywood Gilliam, appointed to the bench by Obama in 2014 – sided with the ACLU and other groups on Friday ruling that two border-wall related construction projects shouldn’t be allowed to proceed. This, despite the fact that even Trump’s fiercest opponents in Congress have acknowledged that the crisis at the border is very, very real.