Honduran Caravan Leader Sentenced to 15 Years for Child Rape


Juan Carlos Molina, 26, the organizer of the latest caravan destined to the US border, was arrested in Honduras for an outstanding warrant from 2015 for raping his 12-year-old cousin. The child became pregnant and gave birth to a son. A DNA test of the infant matched Molina’s DNA. Molina became a fugitive but now has been sentenced to fifteen years in prison. If he had made it to the border, there is an excellent chance he would have entered the US and been given benefits. -GEG

The organizer of the latest migrant caravan in Honduras, Juan Carlos Molina, was arrested on rape charges.

The man had an arrest warrant since August 2015.

It gets worse…

Police in Honduras arrested 26-year-old Juan Carlos Molina, a migrant
caravan organizer who was on his way to the United States to seek
asylum for raping his minor cousin, according to Diario La Tribuna.

According to La Tribuna, Juan Carlos Molina raped his minor cousin, who was under the age of 12 at the time.

Molina snuck into his cousin’s bedroom at night while the young
girl’s mother was away at work and raped her, according to La Tribuna.

The minor child became pregnant and gave birth to a son. A DNA test of the infant matched Molina’s DNA.

Juan Carlos Molina skipped court dates and evaded law enforcement and
ultimately became a fugitive. He would have made it to the US if he
hadn’t been arrested.

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World Health Organization Widely Criticized for Claiming Vaccine Refusal Is in Top-10 Health Threats


The United Nations’ World Health Organization has listed ‘vaccine hesitancy’, which means refusal to accept vaccines, as one of the top-10 threats against health in 2019. General immunization rates are high, but the number of children not receiving some or all of recommended vaccines is on the rise. An Australian poll shows that lack of trust in institutions and government is a major factor. Although there are many studies that show vaccines are a major cause if autism, WHO continues to carry the flag for the pharmaceutical industry and insists that the studies are not valid. -GEG

Vaccine
hesitancy, where people are reluctant or refuse to have themselves or
their children vaccinated, is a growing trend among those fearing
negative health outcomes from immunizations, such as the (non-existent)
risk of autism. This collective uncertainty has now gathered such
momentum that the World health Organization (WHO) sees fit to list
vaccine hesitancy as one of its 10 threats to global health in 2019,
alongside other more established dangers such as air pollution and
drug-resistant bacteria.

While
general immunization rates are high, the number of young children not
receiving some or all of their recommended vaccines is on the rise. Health data
from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention charts a concerning
uptick since 2000. According to its analysis, 1.3 percent of the
children born in 2015 in the US went without any recommended
vaccinations, up from 0.9 percent in 2011 and 0.3 percent in 2001.

The
reasons for this are varied, but according to its vaccines advisory
group, WHO lists complacency, inconvenience in accessing vaccines and a
lack of confidence as driving factors in vaccine hesitancy. One survey
carried out by the University of South Australia involving 604 pregnant
women found a lack of trust in institutions and government to be a
major factor, along with a parent’s lack of personal experience in their
child falling sick.

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Media Creates Fake Version of Event To Make Catholic High School Students Appear To Be Racists


Washington, DC: On Friday, a group of Catholic high school boys from Kentucky, who were wearing ‘Make America great Again’ hats, went to the Lincoln Memorial after attending the March For Life and then waited for their bus. News reports said the students harassed a Native American man named Nathan Phillips who was trying to perform a religious ceremony. Video shows, however, that Phillips and his friends approached the boys, entered their space, and harassed them. Phillips has a history of confrontation of this kind. Because of the fake news account, the students were threatened with expulsion by their school. Kentucky Secretary of State Allison Grimes condemned the boys and accused them of hatred. This is a classic example of the power of the media to engineer public opinion with fake news. -GEG

A student at Covington Catholic High School sent a letter Saturday to
a local TV station that serves that part of Kentucky, Cincinnati-based
WKRC-TV, begging the station to report the truth of an incident Friday
in Washington, D.C., involving a Native American man and students from
Covington Catholic.

The incident took place at the Lincoln Memorial as the students
waited for buses to pick them up after participating in the annual March
for Life that day. News reports claimed the students harassed a Native
American man named Nathan Phillips–a Vietnam veteran–who was trying to
perform a religious ceremony. The students and the school have been
viciously attacked online with many threats being made to attack the
school children.

As happens too often these days, the media got it wrong. Numerous
videos show the students being approached by Phillips and a group of
fellow Native American activists who were at the Lincoln Memorial for an
Indigenous Peoples Rally that had ended earlier. Videos also show the
students being harassed by a group of African-Americans who hurled
racist and anti-gay insults at the students.

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Senate Votes Unanimously to Rebuke Senators Harris and Hirono for Discriminating Against Catholics


Democrat Senator Kamala Harris and Maizie Hirono were rebuked by the Senate for violating the Constitution when they used a religious test while interviewing US District Court judicial nominee, Brian Buescher. They asked Buescher if his Catholic faith would prevent him from serving as an impartial judge. Hirono even demanded that he drop his membership in the Knights of Columbus, a Catholic support group, because of its “extreme positions” against abortion and gay marriage. When Senator Ben Sasse introduced a resolution reaffirming that religious tests for public office are unconstitutional, Senator Hirono accused him of being part of the alt-right. -GEG

On the Senate floor yesterday evening, Senator Ben Sasse (R., Neb.)
led an effort to reaffirm the constitutional clause forbidding the use
of religious tests for public officeholders. The resolution was agreed
to by unanimous consent.

The effort was prompted by recent questioning of a Catholic judicial
nominee, Brian Buescher, over his membership in the Knights of Columbus.
Democratic senators Mazie Hirono (Hawaii) and Kamala Harris (Calif.)
asked Buescher whether his Catholic faith would prevent him from serving
as an impartial judge, and Hirono went so far as to demand that he drop
his membership in the Knights and recuse himself from any case on which
the group has taken a position.

“Expressing the sense of the Senate that disqualifying a nominee to
Federal office on the basis of membership in the Knights of Columbus
violates the Constitution of the Unites States,” the resolution read in
part. It also quoted John F. Kennedy who, as a Democratic senator, said
of the anti-Catholic bigotry expressed toward his presidential
candidacy:

For while this it year it may be a Catholic against whom
the finger of suspicion is pointed, in other years it has been, and may
someday be again, a Jew or a Quaker or a Unitarian or a Baptist. . . .
Today I may be the victim, but tomorrow it may be you, until the whole
fabric of our harmonious society is ripped at a time of great national
peril.

The fact that Democratic senators agreed unanimously to back this
resolution — restating the promise that religious liberty is at the
heart of the American experiment, both in the First Amendment’s
protections and in the constitutional prohibition on religious tests
— matters tremendously. 5

I suggested last week
that the opposition to Buescher on the grounds of his membership in the
Knights could perhaps best be understood as a trial run for a
Democratic effort to prevent the confirmation of Judge Amy Coney Barrett
to the Supreme Court, should President Trump have the chance to
nominate another justice, and should he choose her.

On the Senate floor yesterday evening, Senator Ben Sasse (R., Neb.)
led an effort to reaffirm the constitutional clause forbidding the use
of religious tests for public officeholders. The resolution was agreed
to by unanimous consent.

The effort was prompted by recent questioning of a Catholic judicial
nominee, Brian Buescher, over his membership in the Knights of Columbus.
Democratic senators Mazie Hirono (Hawaii) and Kamala Harris (Calif.)
asked Buescher whether his Catholic faith would prevent him from serving
as an impartial judge, and Hirono went so far as to demand that he drop
his membership in the Knights and recuse himself from any case on which
the group has taken a position.

“Expressing the sense of the Senate that disqualifying a nominee to
Federal office on the basis of membership in the Knights of Columbus
violates the Constitution of the Unites States,” the resolution read in
part. It also quoted John F. Kennedy who, as a Democratic senator, said
of the anti-Catholic bigotry expressed toward his presidential
candidacy:

For while this it year it may be a Catholic against whom
the finger of suspicion is pointed, in other years it has been, and may
someday be again, a Jew or a Quaker or a Unitarian or a Baptist. . . .
Today I may be the victim, but tomorrow it may be you, until the whole
fabric of our harmonious society is ripped at a time of great national
peril.

The fact that Democratic senators agreed unanimously to back this
resolution — restating the promise that religious liberty is at the
heart of the American experiment, both in the First Amendment’s
protections and in the constitutional prohibition on religious tests
— matters tremendously. 5

I suggested last week that the opposition to Buescher on the grounds of his membership in the Knights could perhaps best be understood as a trial run for a Democratic effort to prevent the confirmation of Judge Amy Coney Barrett to the Supreme Court, should President Trump have the chance to nominate another justice, and should he choose her.

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Michigan State Senator Says Acceptable Level of 5G Radiation Has Been Rigged by Telecom Industry and Is Huge Health Hazard


Michigan state Senator, Patrick Colbeck, has impressive technology credentials, including working on the space station and monitoring electromagnetic interference. He is opposed to rolling out 5G technology because its high radiation levels can cause cancer and autism. Colbeck says the legal process for stopping 5G installations at the local level is rigged, because it relies entirely on safety standards set by the FCC, which now is staffed by former telecommunications insiders.




Former FBI Assistant Director Explains How Big Tech Owns the Democrats and Has Scammed the US for 20 Years


Former FBI Deputy Assistant Director, Terry Turchie, says that Nancy Pelosi and her friends are promoting a ‘technological wall’ along the border, because the Democrat party is owned by the technocrats in Silicon Valley. Pushing a digital solution for everything is a payoff to Big-Tech campaign donors. -GEG




President Trump’s Plan to End the Border Crisis


President Trump outlined a proposed compromise to end the government shut-down by extending legal protections to one-million immigrants including work permits, enrollment in Social Security, $800-million in humanitarian assistance, $805-million for drug-detection technology, 2,750 new border agents, 75 new immigration judge teams, and $5.7-billion for the wall. A number of Democrats responded by saying they are not ready to accept any deal until Trump first reopenes the government with no conditions. Some say that Trump secretly offered amnesty. -GEG

President Donald Trump outlined his plan Saturday to address border security concerns and put an end to the partial government shutdown. The plan includes the temporary extension of legal protections for DACA recipients and funding for a wall.

“This is a common-sense compromise that both parties should embrace,” the president began as he introduced the main points of his proposed plan.

  • $800 million in urgent humanitarian assistance
  • $805 million in new drug detection technology
  • 2750 new border agents and law enforcement professionals
  • 75 new immigration judge teams
  • $5.7 billion for “strategic deployment of physical barriers” (a wall)
  • Three years of legal relief and protection from deportation for DACA recipients
  • Three-year extension of protections for immigrants under Temporary Protected Status (TPS)

The president noted that the plan would not be a permanent fix, but rather called it a “down payment” on immigration reform, saying:

Once
the government is open, and we have made a down payment on border
security, and immigration reform starts to happen, I plan to convene
weekly bipartisan meetings at the White House so we can do a finished
product, a great product, a product that we can all be proud of, having
to do with that elusive immigration problem.

Early reports on Saturday suggested that the president would offer DACA and TPS protections
in exchange for his requested funding, and a number of Democrats
responded preemptively, saying that they weren’t ready to accept that
deal unless Trump first reopened the government with no conditions.

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