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Report: Trump Looks Likely To END The DACA Program

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President Donald Trump will likely put an end to former President Barack Obama’s Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) program, according to numerous reports.

NBC News, citing “several government officials,” states that the Department of Homeland Security sent a recommendation to the White House earlier this week concerning how to proceed with DACA.

Attorney General Jeff Sessions – a vocal opponent of DACA – reportedly discussed the matter on Thursday with senior administration officials at the White House.

Axios, meanwhile, reports that President Trump is “seriously considering ending DACA.”

“The Trump administration doesn’t believe it has the legal authority to maintain the current program,” the outlet continues, adding, “DHS has made [it] clear that if Congress wants to keep the principles of DACA in place, it would need to introduce legislation to do so.”

Whether or not President Donald Trump will cut the program short or allow it to run its course towards natural expiration remains to be seen.

White House Press Secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders stated during today’s press conference that DACA remains “under review” at the White House.

 

Unsurprisingly, news of President Trump’s potential ending of DACA is not sitting well with liberals, who have rushed to mobilize.

In an article, HuffPost states that DACA participants – known as DREAMers – “will fight like hell” to defend the program.

The outlet further quotes United We Dream advocacy director Greisa Martinez Rosas as stating that cutting the program is a “violent white supremacist priority.”

“Trump is considering taking protections away from me and 800,000 immigrant youth to make us vulnerable to being chased down by ICE agents, locked in detention camps and deported,” Rosas reportedly said. “This is outrageous.”

United We Dream and other pro-DACA groups have reportedly planned to rally outside the White House this afternoon to make their feelings known.

President Donald Trump himself vowed during his Presidential campaign to end DACA, stating, “I want DREAMers to come from this country.”

“We’re always talking about DREAMers for other people.”

After becoming President, however, Trump signalled that he might allow the DACA program to continue.

President Donald Trump has until September 5th to end DACA lest he face legal action.

Sources:
NBC News
Axios
HuffPost

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Bombshell: Imran Awan Allegedly Threatened, Abused At Least 3 Women

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In an article posted by The Daily Caller yesterday, the news site linked to Fairfax County Police reports obtained under Virginia’s freedom of information act. The reports indicate a number of disturbing details about Imran Awan, the recently indicted former IT aid for Rep. Debbie Wasserman Schultz.

At least three woman are officially are listed in the reports as having alleged physical abuse by Awan. The first alleged victim stated “I just wanted to leave.”

The second indicated she felt like a “slave.”

“The third woman is Awan’s stepmother, Samina Gilani, who said in court documents that Awan invoked his authority as a congressional employee to intimidate immigrant women, in part by telling them he had the power to have people kidnapped,” The Daily Caller reports.

Here is the investigation report from the FCPD. The Daily Caller continued “Neither of the other two women who complained are married to Awan, though both were apparently in relationships with him. Awan’s wife, Hina Alvi, worked as an IT aide for dozens of members of Congress, including Wasserman Schultz. The two women who called the police both lived in the same Alexandria, Va., complex but in different apartments for which Imran paid.”

The second reported incident took place in July of 2016.

This report has the victim listed as a female named Samara Sidique. In the narrative the responding investigator stated that Ms. Sidique reported that she felt “like a slave to this man.”

Sidique also requested information on how to obtain a restraining order against Awan.

Police had responded to altercations between Sidique and Awan reportedly three times in less than 12 months, once finding “small cut[s] on stomach and arm.”

The third incident was reported in this court document and congruent third police report filed in April of 2017 Gilani Samina,

“Imran Awan showed up and threatened me for calling the police. Mr. Shahid Imran Awan threatened that he is very powerful and if I ever call the police [he] will do harm to me and my family members back in Pakistan and one of my cousins here in Baltimore.”

Given the current legal trouble for Imran Awan and the scandals within the DNC, the situation doesn’t look good at all for Rep. Debbie Wasserman Schultz.

Source:
The Daily Caller

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Report: Israel’s Wall Is 100% Effective At Keeping Away Outsiders

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President Trump has often used Israel as an example of how effective a border wall can be at keeping illegal aliens out of a country. He now has some hard data to help support that claim.

Israel’s Population and Immigration Authority released a report on Sunday, showing their southern wall to have been 100 percent effective at preventing infiltration over the last 12 months.

However, there are some notable differences between Israel and the U.S. project.

Length:

Israel’s southern wall is only 143 miles in length where the U.S. southern border spans 2000 miles and four states.

Cost:

The Wall Street Journal pegged the cost of Israel’s wall at $416 million or $2.7 million per mile. The U.S. wall would be considerably more expensive.

Geography:

Israel’s southern border is mostly open desert and easy to monitor. The U.S. border runs through some remote and rugged terrain, and contains several towns situated right along it. It would also require additional technology like sensors, drones and robots to help monitor.

Still, in 2015, only 220 illegal migrants managed to infiltrate Israel’s border with Egypt and only 18 were successful in 2016.

So it appears a wall—if properly done—can prove to be highly effective at controlling unwanted crossings.

A country also needs the political will power to enforce its immigration laws.

According to the report, over the last 12 months Israel deported 2,431 people who infiltrated the border illegally, including 2,245 Eritreans and 186 Sudanese.

Last month, Israel’s Supreme Court ruled that the state may deport illegal migrants to a third country with consent, but added that the government cannot detain those who refuse to go for more than 60 days.

Furthermore, according to the African Refugee Development Center, some 46,437 Africans have sought asylum in Israel. The majority (73 percent) are from Eritrea, and around 19% are from Sudan. Israeli authorities maintain that there are 40,000 illegal migrants in Israel, most of whom are economic illegal immigrants and not refugees seeking sanctuary

Sources:
Israel Hayom
Politifact
Wall Street Journal

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RINO ALERT: “GOP” Representatives Urge Trump To Keep DACA

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Today’s RINO ALERT calls out six GOP Representatives who decided to go out of their way and send a letter to President Trump urging him to keep the Obama-era Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) program alive.

The statement was sent out by Representative Daniel Donovan of New York, Representative Don Bacon of Nebraska, Representatives Ileana Ros-Lehtinen and Carlos Curbelo from Florida, along with Representatives Jeff Denham and David Valadao from California.

Daniel Donovan has previously written an op-ed for none other than The Washington Post defending illegal immigrants and claiming they pay an “estimated $11.74 billion” in taxes every year. Donovan also said that he was “inspired” by what the Pope said about immigration and Syrian immigrants to Congress.

The biggest RINO in Florida: Ileana Ros-Lehtinen

Luckily Ileana Ros-Lehtinen of Florida, a heavy Trump critic, is going to be retiring once her term is up next year.

Politico has previously described Ros-Lehtinen as “[one] of President Donald Trump’s biggest Republican critics in Congress.” Ros-Lehtinen is a particularly entrenched swamp creature – having been in Congress since 1989.

Politico also quoted Ros-Lehtinen as being against the travel ban:

“I object to the suspension of visas from the seven named countries because we could have accomplished our objective of keeping our homeland safe by immediate implementation of more thorough screening procedures,”

Second biggest RINO in Florida? Carlos Curbelo.

Carlos Curbelo, who recently tried to keep DACA intact by amending a spending bill, is constantly undermining Trump. In the past, Curbelo has actually gone on television claiming Steve Bannon and Stephen Miller are part of the alt-right and that Trump shouldn’t listen to them. Now, he’s one of the six people that signed a letter to President Trump urging him to keep DACA around.

Watch Carlos Curbelo say that Trump shouldn’t listen to Steve Bannon or Stephen Miller anymore:

Now, this little stampede of RINOs has gotten together and begged Trump to keep DACA around.

Reaction to the RINO parade has been swift and harsh.

Sources:
Denham.House.gov
The Washington Post
Silive.com
Reuters

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