A new report from the Department of Homeland Security reveals that the Obama administration handed out DACA work-permits and Social Security numbers to more than 50,000 illegal aliens, even though they had arrests records. The criminals who were allowed to remain in the US include 2,503 people with arrest records for battery, 2,378 DUI drivers, 6,629 thieves, and 1,173 burglars.
A California judge ruled that Twitter can be sued for advertising free speech and then banning users with whom they disagree. Twitter has frequently promised not to ban accounts on the basis of viewpoint or political affiliation, but it has frequently violated this promise, especially targeting conservatives. Twitter lost its argument that it has a first amendment right to ban whoever it likes from its platform, for whatever reason, and the case will move forward to set a precedent for social media.
The Southern Poverty Law Center (SPLC) claims to combat hate, racism, and bigotry, but it has a history of listing groups that it disagrees with as ‘hate’ groups. The SPLC agreed to apologize and pay $3.75 million after it accused Maajid Nawaz and his group that counters extremism, Quilliam, of being anti-Muslim. Nawaz has dropped his threatened lawsuit alleging defamation by the SPLC. The SPLC has gained unprecedented power over censorship since it partnered with Google, Youtube, Facebook and Twitter.
Homeland Security Secretary Kirstjen Nielsen revealed that 10,000 out of 12,000 children who are being cared for by the HHS were sent alone to the US by their parents, and that is when they were separated. Politicians are conflating the numbers together to make it seem as though Trump is responsible for tearing apart thousands of families, while the media stirs up emotions.