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The illegal immigrants, numbering about 78,000, will receive packets of documents, including ones directing them to report to the ICE office closest to where they’re living, and that they will be processed for possible deportation. Agents will log biometric information, take photographs, and inform the immigrants of future check-in requirements and court dates.
“Action will be taken against those that do not appear consistent with the law and department priorities. By mailing out these charging documents, ICE is initiating removal proceedings in a timely way,” the spokesperson said.
Chad Wolf, the former head of the Department of Homeland Security (DHS), said the move showed the Biden administration had been dysfunctional in its handling of immigration enforcement.
Jessica Vaughan, director of policy studies at the Center for Immigration Studies, said on Twitter that it would be interesting to see how many of the notices to appear are returned to the government, not to mention how many illegal immigrants actually show up to court.
Lawsuit filed on behalf of Navy SEALs facing intimidation for seeking religious COVID-19 vaccine exemptions
First Liberty Institute is filing a lawsuit Tuesday representing approximately 40 active-duty SEALs and three reservists, claiming the military is violating their constitutional rights. According to the filing, exclusively obtained by Fox News, the SEALs represented are all members of various denominations within the Christian faith and are objecting to the vaccine mandate based on “their sincerely held religious beliefs.”
Michael Berry, First Liberty Institute’s general counsel and Lt. Col. U.S. Marine Corps Reserve, told Fox News that the vaccine mandate is harmful to the nation’s national security.
“After all the sacrifices these elite warriors made to defend our freedoms, the Navy is now threatening their careers, families, and finances. It’s appalling and it has to stop before any more harm is done to our national security.”
“Forcing a service member to choose between their faith and serving their country is abhorrent to the Constitution and America’s values,” continued Berry.
The soldier, who was not identified by the Army, enlisted in the Montana Army National Guard in December 2020 and went on to the 22-week Infantry One Station Unit Training (OSUT) at Fort Benning. She was recommended for the sniper course due to her “superior performance” during training, according to the Montana National Guard.
“We are extremely proud of this soldier’s achievement and recognize that this is a milestone for not only Montana, but the entire National Guard and Army,” Maj. Gen. J. Peter Hronek, the adjutant general for Montana, said in a Monday statement. “This soldier had to volunteer several times to reach this goal, which is a demonstration of her dedication and commitment to service.”
“The soldier met every standard required to graduate the United States Army Sniper Course,” Capt. David Wright, battalion commander of the U.S. Army Sniper School, said. “She arrived prepared for training and physically conditioned to succeed. We are proud of the results of her efforts and the quality training provided by the Sniper Course cadre. We wish her luck as she heads back to her unit as a U.S. Army Sniper Course qualified sniper.”
From 1985 through 2017, Thomas falsified the results of strength and toughness tests for at least 240 productions of steel — about half the steel the foundry produced for the Navy, according to her plea agreement, filed Monday in U.S. District Court in Tacoma.
The tests were intended to show that the steel would not fail in a collision or in certain “wartime scenarios,” the Justice Department said.
Thomas faces up to 10 years in prison and a $1 million fine when she is sentenced in February. However, the Justice Department said it would recommend a prison term at the low end of whatever the court determines is the standard sentencing range in her case.
Thomas’ conduct came to light in 2017, when a metallurgist being groomed to replace her noticed suspicious test results and alerted their company, Kansas City-based Bradken Inc., which acquired the foundry in 2008.
The smugglers openly communicate with the soldiers and Border Patrol agents, coordinating where to beach the raft so children can easily climb the riverbank.
Once on dry land, soldiers and Border Patrol agents march the migrants downtown and take basic biographical information.
The migrants will be taken to a nearby soft-sided processing center. Many of the family unit migrants with tender age children will ultimately be released. Border Patrol agents in the Rio Grande Valley Sector arrested more than 549,000 migrants in Fiscal Year 2021. Roughly 257,000 of those were classified as family unit members, according to the Border Patrol.
Gustavo Villalobos-Carranza, a 31-year-old illegal alien, has been arrested and charged with murdering his 2-year-old daughter after the girl’s mother said he kidnapped the child and threatened to harm her.
According to the Portland Police Bureau, Villalobos-Carranza took his daughter on October 31. After the girl’s mother called the police to report the incident, he agreed to turn himself in, but the girl was found dead.
Police believe the murder occurred in Portland, a sanctuary city within the sanctuary county of Multnomah County where local officials have barred law enforcement from cooperating with the Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) agency.
How Rumble Outsmarted Big Tech by Focusing on This One Thing | Chris Pavlovski | TECH | Rubin Report
Chris explains why it’s easier for creators to make money on Rumble and how a YouTube alternative was bound to rise up when YouTube stopped prioritizing creators. Unlike YouTube, Rumble allows it’s creators to keep their data and runs on their own servers.
This prevents Rumble and Locals users from being kicked off of Big Tech’s servers like Parler. The era of creators being dependent on Facebook, YouTube and Twitter are ending, watch to hear what’s coming next!
What is the future of tech? What effect is all the innovation coming out of silicon valley having on us? Is it inevitable that machine intelligence will eliminate a vast majority of our jobs? Is it even possible to know what future tech will look like?
Watch these experts describe the cutting edge in new tech, but also what we can expect in the future and the effect it will have on you in this playlist:
The “March for Freedom” at Grand Park in downtown Los Angeles was organized by Firefighters4Freedom, a firefighter group that claims vaccine mandates are unconstitutional, FOX11 Los Angeles reported.
Demonstrators included firefighters, law enforcement and community members – many of whom could lose their jobs if they don’t get fully vaccinated by the city’s Dec. 18 deadline.
Protesters told the station that they’re against vaccine mandates, and are not anti-vaccine.
“We shouldn’t be forced to take this vaccine,” a protester told the station, adding that her husband and some of his co-workers were prepared to lose their job rather than get the vaccine.
Surveillance shows the man casually walking up to the altar and placing a book down on the podium before waving a gun over the crowd at Nashville Light Mission Pentecostal Church. Fearful churchgoers can be seen scurrying and running out of the building, while others try to stay calm.
As the man approaches the pews with the gun, the pastor swiftly tackles him from behind to the ground.
At least four other churchgoers helped hold down the gunman until police arrived on the scene along West Trinity Lane. Fortunately, gunfire was not unleashed and no injuries have been reported.
University of Austin dedicated to free speech will counter colleges ‘hijacked by maniacs,’ founding prof says
The University of Austin – a newly founded college announced on Bari Weiss’ substack Monday – is committed to “freedom of inquiry, freedom of conscience, and civil discourse,” according to the school’s website. Its primary founders are vocal critics of the direction traditional academic institutions have taken.
“One fellow even said ‘I’m caught in an insane asylum, everybody’s gone crazy, I will work for half,” a founding faculty fellow and former Portland State University professor, Peter Boghossian, told Fox News in an exclusive interview. “They’re desperate to get out. They can’t stand the illiberalism.”
“They can’t stand the censoriousness, they can’t stand the diversity statements,” he continued. “They can’t stand pretending to believe something that not only do they not believe, they just know it is false, but they can’t do anything about it lest they receive accusations of bigotry or discrimination.”
Barstool Sports founder Dave Portnoy responds to the ‘sensationalistic’ report on ‘Tucker Carlson Tonight.’
Megyn Kelly is joined by Jason Whitlock, co-host of “Fearless with Jason Whitlock,” to discuss and debate the Dave Portnoy Business Insider story. his recent statement, personal responsibility, and more.
Deputy Press Secretary Karine Jean-Pierre responds to a question about National Security Jake Sullivan during a White House Press Briefing.
Former federal prosecutor Andy McCarthy discusses the latest details in Special Council John Durham’s investigation.
The Russian collusion theory now seems to be the “hoax of the century,” according to Sky News host Andrew Bolt.
Mr Bolt said American media was “obsessed” with the “hoax” for three years.
“But then a year-long investigation by a former FBI boss concluded there was no collusion, and now a special counsel, John Durham, is investigating how the material behind these collusion claims was put together,” he said.
“The results are dynamite.”
Mr Bolt discussed the issue with Sky News Washington correspondent Annelise Nielsen.
‘Outnumbered’ reacts to VP Kamala Harris’ plans to discuss the European migrant crisis in Paris while her approval numbers dip amid the U.S. border crisis.
“The climate crisis is the existential threat of our time, and America must continue to bring our boldest ambitions to the table to meet and beat our climate action goals,” Pelosi said in statement announcing her trip.
Pelosi delivered 21 additional Democrats to the summit, including Chairman Frank Pallone (D-NJ) and Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez (D-NY).
The Speaker is expected to promote the green energy provisions in the infrastructure bill, even though Biden has yet to sign it.
China and Saudi Arabia have greater influence over Hollywood than “the American middle” and “American right” in terms of setting parameters regarding acceptable content, Milius added.
“Even after everything … I cannot believe they’re going to get away with not even acknowledging the massiveness of the hoax,” Milius said, referring the the role of news media in advancing the fraudulent “collusion” storyline. “The mainstream media is just parading along as if nothing is happening.”
She added, “[The media are] just pushing this. I cannot believe this sort of laissez-faire attitude, that they’re writing this stuff and it isn’t an absolute giant moment for everybody to say this was the fundamental hoax.
This was the hoax before all the other hoaxes, and it was wrong. It was the blueprint for how they lie to us, how they turn the whole country in the opposite direction of reality.”
With gas prices reaching prices triple the cost consumers paid in 2020, eight Democrat senators sent a letter to the White House to request the president to take action.
“In light of these pressing concerns, we ask that you consider all tools available at your disposal to lower US gasoline prices. This includes a release from the Strategic Petroleum Reserve and a ban on crude oil exports,” senators wrote.
The letter was sent by eight Democrat senators: Bob Casey (D-PA), Patrick Leahy (D-VT), Elizabeth Warren (D-MA), Ed Markey (D-MA), Tina Smith (D-MN), Chris Van Hollen (D-MD), Richard Blumenthal (D-CT), and Sherrod Brown (D-OH).
“It was 12 men and one woman … who pushed the bill over the top,” Ingraham said.
The thirteen “infrastructure Republicans” include Reps. Don Bacon, Nicole Malliotakis, Don Young, Adam Kinzinger, Fred Upton, Jeff Van Drew, Chris Smith, Andrew Garbarino, John Katko, Tom Reed, Anthony Gonzalez, Brian Fitzpatrick, and David McKinley, according to Axios.
“At least three of the 13 washout congressmen have already announced their retirement,” Ingraham said. “Good – because each and every one of them either didn’t read the entire bill (which is a dereliction of duty) or did read it (and ignored its most egregious provisions… which is even worse).
Joe Biden is no longer in charge, he no longer makes meaningful decisions. The ideologues are in charge. The Obama people are in charge. That’s the point.
The ideologues are in control, and that is a huge problem for the rest of us. It’s a problem because ideologues have no interest in the lives of actual human beings.
Quality of life falls off a cliff. It’s intolerable for most people. But the ideologues don’t care because they’re completely focused on the shiny new society they’re constructing. Nothing else matters.
Perfection is always just around the corner. As soon as we get rid of all these white men, everything will be great. They say that, and they really believe it.
‘Candace’ host rips the administration for attempting to ‘take over every aspect’ of American lives on ‘Tucker Carlson Tonight.’
At least 10 mysterious, high-intensity blasts have struck China in 7 days. Several people have died, many were injured.
China is trying to cover up; nothing is being said on whether these blasts were accidents or coordinated attacks. Palki Sharma brings you the details.
Jailed for her beliefs, Su was beaten because she refused to give up the previously government-endorsed qigong practise called Falun Gong, according to Minghui.org, a U.S.-based website that documents the Chinese regime’s persecution of Falun Gong.
“A Falun Gong practitioner must sign the so-called ‘Three Letters’—declarations to give up the peaceful practice—if he/she wants to obtain the release notification [which is a must to leave the prison],” Minghui.org reported.
“Otherwise, he/she will be badly tortured by prisoners [appointed by the prison guards days before the sentence is to end].”
Minghui.org first reported that Su had been detained at Wanjia Labor Camp in Harbin in June 2001. To force her to give up her beliefs, guards tied Su’s wrists to the top level of a bunk bed, which was taller than her, and forced her to stand on her tiptoes. If she wanted to rest her toes, the rope would cut into her wrists, which is very painful. All her weight was either hurting her wrists or toes.
French health authorities have advised against the use of Moderna’s Spikevax COVID-19 vaccine for people under the age of 30 after a large study published on Monday showed the shot carries a slightly higher risk for heart-related diseases after the second dose.
The results from the study that was led by Epi-Phare, an independent group of scientists who act as advisors to the French government, showed that vaccines from both Pfizer and Moderna were associated with an increased risk of hospitalization for myocarditis (inflammation of the heart muscle), and pericarditis (inflammation of the tissue surrounding the heart), within seven days of vaccination.
“This study confirms the existence of a risk of myocarditis and pericarditis within 7 days following vaccination against COVID-19 with an mRNA vaccine (Pfizer BioNTech and Moderna) in people aged 12 to 50 years, particularly young people under 30 years old,” it concluded.
COVID-19: Vienna brothel offers customers 30 minutes with ‘lady of their choice’ in exchange for coronavirus jab
Fun Palast is hoping to increase vaccination rates, as well as client numbers which have dropped because of the pandemic, according to Mail Online.
In exchange for a jab, visitors get a free 30-minute session in a “sauna club” with the “lady of their choice”.
Vaccination uptake levels in Austria are among the worst in western Europe leading the government to introduce tighter restrictions.
New Zealand beefed up security measures at its parliament on Tuesday as thousands of people gathered to protest against COVID-19 vaccine mandates and government lockdowns aimed at controlling the pandemic. Lauren Anthony reports.
IAF allegedly strikes Iranian targets in Syria; US alarmed by IRGC UAV program TV7 Israel News 09.11
1) Unidentified Aircraft strike Iranian proxy militias in Syria – in an attack Damascus immediately attributed to the Israeli Air Force.
2) The United States and Egypt hold a “Strategic Dialogue Summit” to discuss bilateral challenges and opportunities.
3) The Islamic Republic’s Armed Forces, alongside the Islamic Revolutionary Guards, concluded a wide-scale military exercise this morning, titled “Zolfaqar 1400.”
The Taliban have now renamed all eight military core of the Afghanistan army, this comes a day after the hardline Islamist group appointed its own members as key provincial governors.
Protesters tried to shout him down, but they failed. Now millions buy his books about finding meaning in responsibility.
Why do people — especially young people — eagerly buy books about responsibility?
“There’s just an absolute starvation for the other side of the story,” Peterson says. “There are no rights, technically speaking, without responsibilities.
And all we’ve had for 60 years is a dialogue about rights. Well, that leaves a hole … in people’s hearts,” he says.
Topic 1 concerns a discussion about a New York Times article that ignorantly discusses how and why traffic stops between cops and citizens can turn deadly.
Topic 2 concerns changes at the voting booth across the nation with citizens showing more support for law enforcement involvement, citizen oversight, and a the new mayor of New York City, Eric Adams.
Topic 3 concerns bodycam showing the fatal shooting of Crystal Ragland by Huntsville (Alabama) Police.
Topic 4 concerns LAPD (California) officers shooting suspect, Grisha Alaverdyan, after he stabbed a woman.
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