He was arrested, but should have been deported due to his long criminal record that includes two prior DUI arrests and another for possession of a crack pipe. He also pleaded guilty to two drug charges in January 2017 for possession of cocaine and heroin, but just paid a fine.
Jamie Drummond, the Executive Director of ONE, Irish singer Bono’s so-called charity, is pushing mass immigration into Europe, especially from Africa, as its population of 1.2 billion people is expected to double by 2050.
Attackers are going after both companies and cities by exploiting vulnerabilities via malicious email attachments and demanding payments for decryption keys. In early June, Baltimore rejected a $76,000 ransom, and the damage will instead cost the city about $18 million in IT costs and lost revenue.
Tillerson reported that both he and General Mattis were surprised in May 2017 when Kushner and Steve Bannon held a private meeting with the rulers of Saudi Arabia and the United Arab Emirates who discussed their intention to impose a blockade on Qatar.
Europe announced that Instex, a special trade channel that circumvents SWIFT, is operational and will be used by Europe to buy Iranian goods, and vice-versa, without actual money-transfers between banks. Critics worry that Trump could retaliate with sanctions against European banks.
Breitbart reports that the Senate’s bill provides zero spending to curb migration. The bill allocates more than $1 billion for the orderly inflow of many economic migrants. It also assigns more than $3 billion to maintain the pipeline of Unaccompanied Alien Children (UAC).
Carl Bernstein published an article in the Rolling Stone magazine exposing that more than 400 American journalists in the previous 25 years had “secretly carried out assignments for the Central Intelligence Agency.
Facebook has agreed to provide the names of French users who are suspected of using so-called hate speech on its platform to the courts when requested. Before this mandate, Facebook only provided identification information for terrorism or cases of violence.