African migrants began illegally crossing the South Texas border at the end of May and by June 5, more than 500 African migrants had crossed illegally in this single port at the Del Rio Sector in less than a week. Just before the illegal crossings began, hundreds of African migrants gathered near an international bridge in Nuevo Laredo, Tamaulipas, to protest not being allowed entry into the US through a legal port of entry, complaining that Cuban migrants were being given preferential treatment. It is unknown who is funding the migration of Africans. Critics are concerned about disease as there has been an outbreak of Ebola in the Congo.
San Antonio officials scrambled this week to find French-speaking volunteers to help with hundreds of Congolese migrants arriving in the Alamo City.
“We didn’t get a heads up,” Interim Assistant City Manager Dr. Collen Bridger told KEN 5 after a group of 350 Congolese migrants arrived in the city unexpectedly. “When we called Border Patrol to confirm, they said, ‘yea another 200 to 300 from the Congo and Angola will be coming to San Antonio.’”
Bridger told the local CBS affiliate that they are looking for
volunteers who can speak French. “If you speak primarily French and can
come spend six, seven, eight hours, that would be really helpful,”
The City of San Antonio apparently expected to be able to move the
Congolese migrants along to Portland, Maine. “When we reached out to
Portland Maine they said, ‘Please don’t send us any more. We’re already
stretched way beyond our capacity,” Bridger stated. Instead, the City is
now attempting to locate other localities that will accept these
South and central African migrants began illegally crossing the South Texas border on May 30 when 117 migrants from the Republic of the Congo, the Democratic Republic of the Congo,
and Angola crossed in the Del Rio Sector. By June 5, more than 500
African migrants had crossed illegally in this single Border Patrol
sector, Breitbart News reported.
In a press call on Wednesday afternoon, Brian Hastings, U.S. Border
Patrol Chief of Law Enforcement Operations, told reporters this was the
first large group “ever recorded in Border Patrol history solely from
Central and South Africa. We’ve never seen that demographic in a large
group of that size before.”
Two weeks before the illegal crossings began in the Del Rio Sector,
hundreds of African migrants gathered near an international bridge in
Nuevo Laredo, Tamaulipas, to protest not being allowed entry into the
U.S. through a legal port of entry, Breitbart News reported. The group complained that Cuban migrants are being given preferential treatment.
Acting Homeland Security Secretary Kevin McAleenan has been accused of sabotage for allegedly leaking ICE to arrest thousands of migrant families who have been denied asylum in ten major cities. Trump tweeted that he is delaying the deportations for two weeks, at the request of the Democrats.
A Baptist pastor, Afhsin Yaghtin, was arrested and jailed after refusing to move across the street from the public library while exercising his right to free speech against a “Drag Queen Story Hour.” There was a strong police presence, including snipers on the rooftop.
The leaders in Ireland plan to use tax hikes, bans on fuel, and red tape to enact a new climate program that includes a scheme to force people out of their cars to reduce carbon emissions to zero by 2050.
Tucker Carlson says that the Republican Party seems out of sync with conservative voters because the Koch brothers, major funders of the GOP, actually oppose most conservative policy goals. The Koch brothers support open borders. And they have now joined the left-wing campaign against free speech.
An Australian study showed that some people, especially teens, are suffering from ‘text neck,’ which is muscle weakness that causes the body makes more bone on the back of the head to compensate. The new bone spurs will be passed down to future generations through epigenetics.
An American surveillance drone was shot down by Iranian forces and Trump was set to strike three sites in Iran but he reversed course after military leaders disclosed that 150 people would likely be killed. Trump wrote that it would not be a proportionate response to downing a drone that did not have anyone on board.
In October 2018, during the senate hearings for Judge Brett Kavanaugh, Capitol Police arrested 27-year-old Jackson Cosko of DC for “allegedly posting private, identifying information (doxxing) about one or more United States Senators.” Accused ‘doxxer’
The bill was poised to pass in the Senate until Republican lawmakers scattered outside the state to avoid being rounded up by troopers to avoid the scheduled vote. The Republicans are calling for the vote to be put on a ballot for the citizens to decide.
Senator Josh Hawley authored a bill to end immunity granted to tech companies under Section 230 of the Communications Decency Act that shields them from publisher liability lawsuits if the companies provide an open public forum. Unfortunately, the big tech companies have engaged in political censorship.
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Police are warning that 50,000 illegal immigrants from Africa are waiting in Morocco to invade the country. Already, boatloads of migrants are washing up on Spanish beaches in scenes that have shocked observers. The number of migrants waiting to storm Spain is growing with the men becoming more violent.
Texas passed a law that forbids agencies of the state from acting as illegal-alien sanctuaries. The statute criminalizes behavior by police chiefs and sheriffs who refuse to comply with federal immigration enforcement. It also establishes civil fines of up to $25,000 daily for towns, cities, and counties that violate the anti-sanctuary law.
Netanyahu announced a UN deal allowing half of the 40,000 African asylum seekers who are in Israel are to be sent to Western countries (Canada, Germany, and Italy), and the other half could stay in Israel, scrapping plans to send them all to Africa. Originally, Israel gave them the choice of being jailed indefinitely or voluntarily relocating to Uganda or Rwanda with $3,500. This proposal was opposed by 25,000 Israeli protesters because many asylum seekers said they would choose prison rather than go back to Africa. Israeli officials now are worried about the logistical challenges of jailing such a large population.