On Joe Biden’s first day in office, the US Department of Homeland Security issued a sweeping directive calling for a 100-day pause in deportations. As a result, Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) agents are being given orders to empty their detention centers and let everyone go free.
Former presidential advisor Steven Miller says that, last year, 180,000 migrants were deported and that 92% of them were either charged or convicted of a crime. ICE will no longer pick up criminals in police or sheriff’s custody, thus leaving 12,000 foreign criminals to be released into communities across America. According to the memo, ICE also is forbidden to deport foreign workers and students who overstay their temporary visas. A federal judge in Texas has blocked the Biden administration’s order for two weeks because, not to enforce existing law would violate federal statutes and the Constitution. -GEG
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“Release them all, immediately,” the ICE official wrote to staff in the memo. Typically, if detainees do not have sponsors in the United States, agents can hold an individual in their custody. The memo, though, states that is no longer the case and that even detainees without sponsors must be released.
It is unclear if ICE is currently carrying out the mass release of all 14,195 detainees in its custody, 71.45 percent of whom are convicted criminals or have pending criminal charges. These detainees are currently held in approximately 138 facilities across the United States.
The CDC has called for an “emergency meeting” following 573 reports of myocarditis inflammation of the heart in people vaccinated with the Pfizer or Moderna vaccines. The CDC recently said it would launch an investigation into a link between the vaccine and several cases of heart inflammation in vaccinated adolescents.
H.R. 1/ S. 1 is a bill that would federalize elections and favor Democrats. It is a top priority for Democrats that control the House, Senate, and White House. The Senate is the primary obstacle to passing S. 1, which is set to vote on it in the last week of June.
Businesses are the key to implementing vaccine passports that track and trace individuals and have long been planned by technocrats. All states need follow Florida and Texas in banning businesses from requiring vaccine passports.
Dr. Lanka’s control experiment that showed that the substances that were added in laboratory test tube experiments were the cause cell death, not the SARS-CoV-2 virus. His cell specimens were never infected and were never in contact with material from a COVID-19 patient, yet the cells died.
Federal officials have put a moratorium on funding such research, but Congress is reviewing those restrictions while debating a bill to spend nearly $200 billion of taxpayers’ money on research and development endeavors to counter China.
El Salvador’s legislature voted this week to accept Bitcoin as legal tender alongside the US dollar, which is the country’s official currency. Critics say that El Salvador’s acceptance of a competing currency is a hedge against the US dollar that has massively increased its money supply, which will cause inflation.
Journalist Thomas Muller wrote that the cyber attacks were beyond coincidence and that any company big enough to be a cyber attack target is big enough to design work-arounds. He suggested that the goal of shortages is increased reliance on the government and a government-sponsored digital dollar.
New video from the Capitol on January 6, 2021 shows a few agitators pushing past police boundaries. In other scenes, Capitol Police threw flash grenades and fired on peaceful pro-Trump protesters. The footage also shows that a police officer pushed a Trump supporter off of a 2-storey ledge.
Wandrea Shaye Moss reportedly removed everyone from the State Farm Arena on 2020 Election night and sent them home, and she and her mother, Ruby Freeman, and her boss were then caught on video pulling suitcases filled with ballots from under a covered table and jamming them into the vote tabulation machines.
A lawsuit was filed after Biden signed an executive order on his first day in office terminating the Keystone XL Pipeline’s construction permit that was signed into law by President Trump. Presidents do not have the power to regulate foreign and interstate commerce or to undo an act of Congress.
Itzel Ramirez, a delivery driver for Amazon, was filmed assaulting a 67-year old woman who complained her delayed package. Ramirez told the woman to “check her white privilege” and the older woman said that she didn’t “need to be a bitch about it,” and turned to walk away before she was attacked.
Over 200 plaintiffs are suing the government for not adequately protecting the population from climate change. The plaintiffs want drastic reductions. The ecological transition minister, Roberto Cingolani, said that Italy aims to become “carbon free” by 2050.
Judge Roger Benitez said that California’s ban on AR-15 “assault” rifles is a 30-year “failed experiment”. The judge declared the California statutes to be unconstitutional. He said that the media exaggerates the danger of rifles and cited some surprising FBI crime statistics.
US Marshals shot and killed Winston Boogie Smith in a parking garage as they tried to arrest him on a felony-arms rap. Rioters set fires, blocked traffic and looted following the shooting of Smith, who was armed and fired at law enforcement officers.
Mr. Stevens was sitting in his Ford F-150 truck in a parking lot when Dunham approached the elderly man and unloaded all eight rounds in his 9 mm handgun, killing Stevens, who was unarmed. The defense attorney said that because there was no intent to harm, it was not murder.
Victoria now requires individuals to check in at all retail stores, supermarkets and cafes for the purpose of contact tracing. Individuals who refuse to check in may be denied food. Businesses may be fined up to $1,278 USD for not following QR code rules and a further $7,671 if there are repeated breaches.
The US government has reportedly funded gain-of-function research at the Wuhan lab, tweaking it to produce a dangerous entity, but that narrative falls apart because of the death toll used inflated and fraudulent numbers. If the pandemic was real , the numbers would not have had to have been pumped up.
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Khan was previously released from local law enforcement custody in November 2019 with an active ICE detainer, due to New York City’s sanctuary policies. A spokeswoman for NYC Mayor Bill de Blasio expressed the mayor’s sympathies and chastised President Donald Trump’s administration for “politicizing this tragedy.”
The 29-page directive from the city’s Commission on Human Rights instructs that “the use of certain language, including ‘illegal alien’ and ‘illegals,’ with the intent to demean, humiliate, or offend a person or persons constitutes discrimination.” The restrictions are punishable by fines of up to $250,000 per offense!