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.
A federal judge certified a class action lawsuit allowing millions of users to sue Facebook for violating an Illinois state law, the Illinois Biometric Information Privacy Act of 2008, that holds a fine of $1,000 to $5,000 each time a user’s photo is used without permission. Facebook argued unsuccessfully that each case should be tried individually as damages could run in the billions.
A pro-Donald Trump political action committee filed a lawsuit against the Federal Elections Commission for ignoring a money-laundering scheme that ended up depositing $84 million in Hillary Clinton’s campaign fund. Hillary donors wrote checks for hundreds of thousands of dollars to the Hillary Victory Fund that was funneled to state party chapters, and back through the DNC, ultimately ending up at Clinton’s campaign headquarters, violating campaign finance laws that limit the amount individuals can donate.
The Department of Homeland Security reported that city and county local governments released 142 suspected members of MS-13 and other gangs from October 2016 through June 2017. There are no reports after these dates, and local governments have escalated their opposition to legal deportation. Despite the danger to Americans, the illegals are protected by progressives eager to protect migrants from deportation, but also by politicians eager to support local cheap-labor businesses, such as the food industry.
Former Deputy Director of the FBI Andrew McCabe lied to FBI agents about leaking information to the Wall Street Journal indicating that he fought against the DOJ’s pressure to close the investigation into the Clinton Foundation. He leaked the story to save his reputation in the media. Hillary Clinton was suspected of pay-for-play as her organization collected hundreds of millions of dollars from special interests.