Daily Archives: 1, March 10, 2021

PA Sen. Bob Casey And U.S. Senate Vote To Reject Amendment To Ensure “Stimulus Checks” Are Not Sent To Prisoners

Boston Bomber Dzhokhar Tsarnaev’s family, natives of Kazakhstan, were granted asylum by the U.S. Government. Dzhokhar will be receiving a “stimulus check” from the U.S. Government. His brother Tamerlan was interviewed by James Comey’s FBI in April 2011, two years before the bombing on April 15, 2013 at the finish line of the Boston Marathon.

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“Stimulus Checks” For Illegal Aliens Too

Democrats Vote Against Ted Cruz’s Amendment to Stop Stimulus Checks for Illegal Aliens

Democrats voted against his amendment to the proposed coronavirus relief package that would have stopped American taxpayers’ money from going to illegal aliens in $1,400 stimulus checks, Sen. Ted Cruz (R-TX) said Saturday.

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Biden Administration Shatters Record

Law enforcement sources report that U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP) is busing hundreds of unaccompanied children (UACs) from the Rio Grande Valley to other border communities to alleviate overcrowding.

A group of 23 House Republicans has sent a letter to DHS Secretary Alejandro Mayorkas demanding answers for the Biden border “super spreader event.”

A senior-level law enforcement source in the DHS said they received verbal orders from within the agency limiting their ability to speak freely about the growing crisis along the border.

Life On The Beat Outside The Green Zone of The U.S. Capitol

TV Reporter Robbed Middle of The Day At Gunpoint of Camera While Conducting Interview About Thefts Plaguing San Francisco – Police Management Refuse To Release Race of Suspect… Because Racism

When narratives and agendas don’t comport with reality:

San Francisco will no longer release mug shots of suspected criminals citing racism concerns

July 02, 2020 – Police in San Francisco will stop releasing mug shots of suspected criminals to the public due to fears it could be perceived as racist.

TV reporter’s camera stolen during an interview about thefts, California cops say

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