Daily Archives: 1, March 31, 2021

Fact Check: “There is no job in America that Americans won’t do.” 100% True

The opinion a former President of the United States of America on American’s work ethic:

“There are jobs that just simply aren’t getting done because Americans won’t do them.” (Pres. Bush, Cleveland, Ohio, March 20, 2006)

Feb 8, 2018 – “There are people willing to do jobs that Americans won’t do,” Bush told his Arab audience.” (In Saudi Arabia – birthplace of 15 out of 19 hijackers) George W. Bush Praises Mass Immigration

Former President George W. Bush billed a charity for wounded military veterans $100,000 in speaking fees three years ago…

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American “Parents Disguising Kids As Illegal Immigrants So They Can Receive In-Person Teaching”

Mexico Refuses To Take Back Migrants

Back home in Guatemala, she says she heard that the U.S. border was open.


“I’ll always tell you the truth. This is the responsibility of a president. That’s what is owed the American people.” President Joe Biden

Biden Lies Claiming Majority Of Migrant Families That Cross Border Are Sent Back Biden claimed in his first press conference 64 days after inauguration a majority of the migrant families crossing…


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In Bizzaro World Not So “Deadly Serious” That I Will Secure Our Borders But To You Americans: “The war against COVID-19 is far from won. This is deadly serious,” President Biden said.

“today’s journalists… tomorrow’s multicultural newsroom managers”

Americans’ distrust in media at alarming levels, poll …

Aug 4, 2020 – Americans’ distrust for the news media to tell the story straight has reached unprecedented levels, an alarming development for any functioning democracy, a new poll reveals.


Poll: Most Think Media Report Ideology Over Informing …


Associated Press bans the phrase ‘illegal immigrant …

Wall Street Journal Bans Reporters from Using the Term “illegal immigrant”…

Jan. 31, 1993 – The New York Times

The Word Police

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March 29: Was Suspect In New York City Assault On Asian Motivated By Suspected Origins Of The China Flu

NEW YORK (AP) — “Suspect” in attack on Asian American woman in NYC is arrested

The surge in violence has been linked in part to misplaced blame for the coronavirus and former President Donald Trump’s use of racially charged terms like “Chinese virus.”


President Joe Biden signed an executive action Tuesday directing federal agencies to combat xenophobia against the Asian American Pacific Islander community, amid a rise in hate crimes and harassment over coronavirus’ suspected origins in Wuhan, China.

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March 27: Was Suspect In New York City Assault On Asian Motivated By Suspected Origin Of The China Flu

President Joe Biden signed an executive action Tuesday directing federal agencies to combat xenophobia against the Asian American Pacific Islander community, amid a rise in hate crimes and harassment over coronavirus’ suspected origins in Wuhan, China.


NEW YORK (AP) — The surge in violence has been linked in part to misplaced blame for the coronavirus and former President Donald Trump’s use of racially charged terms like “Chinese virus.

March 21: Was Suspect In New York City Assault On Asian Motivated By Suspected Origins Of The China Flu

President Joe Biden signed an executive action Tuesday directing federal agencies to combat xenophobia against the Asian American Pacific Islander community, amid a rise in hate crimes and harassment over coronavirus’ suspected origins in Wuhan, China.


NEW YORK (AP) — The surge in violence has been linked in part to misplaced blame for the coronavirus and former President Donald Trump’s use of racially charged terms like “Chinese virus.”

March 21: Was Suspect In New York City Assault On Asian Motivated By Suspected Origin Of The China Flu

President Joe Biden signed an executive action Tuesday directing federal agencies to combat xenophobia against the Asian American Pacific Islander community, amid a rise in hate crimes and harassment over coronavirus’ suspected origins in Wuhan, China.


NEW YORK (AP) — The surge in violence has been linked in part to misplaced blame for the coronavirus and former President Donald Trump’s use of racially charged terms like “Chinese virus.”