President Trump’s immigration ban includes a 90-day suspension of admission of refugees from 11 countries, and a full suspension of the so-called follow-to-join process, which reunites family members with refugees already in the US. However, US District Judge, James Robart of the federal court in Seattle, ruled that the federal government must process refugee applications for people “with a bona fide relationship to a person or entity within the United States.” This ruling was in spite of the Supreme Court’s ruling that Trump’s ban was Constitutional. The lower court challenges were brought by a Jewish pro-immigration group and the ACLU.
A federal judge in Seattle has partially lifted the latest Trump administration ban on refugees.
U.S. District Judge James Robart of the federal court in Seattle on Saturday ruled that the federal government must process refugee applications for people “with a bona fide relationship to a person or entity within the United States.”
The new set of restrictions on refugees include a minimum 90-day suspension of admission of refugees from 11 countries, nine of which are predominantly Muslim, and a suspension of the so-called follow-to-join process, which reunites family members with refugees already in the United States.
The ruling to allow the reuniting of refugees with family members in the United States was in response to two challenges heard in court on Thursday. One of the challenges – Jewish Family Service v. Trump, was brought by HIAS, the Jewish immigration advocacy group, on behalf of its partners,Jewish Family Service of Seattle and Jewish Family Services of Silicon Valley. The second case was ACLU of WA v. Trump.
Each candidate’s claims against the other would lead a neutral party to the conclusion that neither man has a real plan to beat Covid-19, or to solve healthcare problems, both men are deeply corrupt, and both actually work for foreign powers rather than for the US.
Brandy Zadrozny, an online researcher with NBC News, says her job is to seek out personally identifying information on anonymous Trump supporters. She has access to third-party dark data vendors who monitor and sell internet users’ personal information. Recently, she has targeted QAnon, a movement that supports Trump.
Dr. Zhao Yongchen wrote, “In Europe and America, the birth rate of whites has fallen very seriously. Is this the result of the genocide policy pursued by their leaders?” Whites are projected to be a minority anywhere from 2030 to 2050.
Viganò says the Pope is trying to bait the healthy part of the Church – which includes bishops, clergy, and faithful so they will accuse him of heresy and declare the healthy part of the Church as schismatic. That would be the cue to declare the expulsion of Catholics who want to remain faithful to tradition.
Two Catholic churches were destroyed in Santiago, Chile last Sunday in the wake of riots marking the one-year anniversary of anti-government protests that called for a new constitution to replace the one from Pinochet’s military regime in 1980.
A letter to Chris from the management of his apartment building in New York threatened to fine him $500 as he has repeatedly refused to comply with their mask policies and was seen riding the elevator and entering and exiting the building without a face covering.
Let’s think strategic. Is it possible that threats such as this are designed, not to win votes for Biden but for Trump? If martial law is the end game for the Deep State, and if riots are needed to justify martial law, then a Trump victory is the only way to make rioting plausible.
The Request for Information service provider document informs that Public Health Agency Canada is currently managing 11 designated quarantine sites across Canada, that quarantines will last for 14 days, and that guards will enforce the quarantines “24 x 7”.
A customer says the problem is due to the lack of police and politicians who are afraid to enforce the law. In most cases, for simple shoplifting, the criminal is simply released with conditions. Radical criminal justice reform is a failure.
Director of National Intelligence John Ratcliffe dispelled the rumor that it was connected to Russia, saying “there is no intelligence that supports that” and called out Congressman Adam Schiff for politicizing the issue.
The information comes from Bevan Cooney, Hunter Biden’s former business partner who is currently in prison and claims that he was the “fall guy” for Biden. Cooney has now been moved to an undisclosed location.
Police say that the teacher was murdered by an unidentified 18-year old ethnic Chechen who was shot to death by police. Paty showed his class cartoons that were reportedly the notorious caricatures published by French satirical magazine, Charlie Hebdo, which itself was targeted in another terror attack back in 2015.
Governor Cuomo said, “People see the numbers going up – ‘Close everything! Close everything!’ It’s not the best way to do it, but it is a fear-driven response. The virus scares people.” He threatened another lockdown if the populace does not comply.
The video shows a masked leftist sucker punch Philip Anderson as the mob chased him. His injuries include the loss of both of his front teeth. Anderson organized the protest against social-media censorship of conservatives, but eventually it was outnumbered by hundreds of counter protesters.
A group of Democrat and Republican lawmakers introduced a bill into the House that would require the president to consult with Israel over Middle East weapons sales, effectively giving Israel the power to veto US arms sales.
The document essentially provides instructions for staging a coup rather than trying to stop one. If anyone other than the professional terrorists pretending to be social warriors were to do this, they would be in prison within hours of publication – and so would those who fund and train them.
A lawsuit from Wisconsin was brought against the funding of election administrators, alleging that Zuckerberg’s grant money was tantamount to bribery, arguing it would be used to unevenly boost voter turnout in Democratic districts. The judge ruled in favor of private funding.
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French President Macron said that Africans will be flooding into Europe “for many years to come” as a result of “bombshell” population growth, poverty, political conflicts and climate change. Macron cited Stephen Smith, the French-American author of The Rush to Europe, who predicts that the number of Africans living in Europe will grow from 9 million to 150 to 200 million within the next 30 years. Smith said that this scenario will end Europe’s generous social programs.
More than two-dozen Antifa thugs showed up to intimidate him as he prepared for his “Deportation Bus Tour” across the state, and the sheriff had to chase away several men they believed belonged to the violent MS-13 gang. Antifa shared his tour schedule on social media and have made countless threats. They shut down his latest tour stop in DeKalb.
Italy: Nearly one-third of voters elected the anti-corruption Euro-skeptic 5-Star Movement founded in 2009 by comic Beppe Grillo. It is challenged with forming a coalition government with the anti-immigration League from the north that is led by Matteo Salvini, who rejects the 5-Stars. [Neither group appear to have any clear political philosophy except to say whatever is likely to get votes. If they cannot form a coalition, they will not have much ability to help or harm the nation.]