“Democracy Dies in Darkness” is the official slogan of American newspaper The Washington Post, adopted in 2017.
Republican Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis expressed outrage at The Post’s findings, with a spokeswoman saying: “If the Biden Administration is so confident that their open-border policy is good for our country, why the secrecy?”
“Why is the Biden Administration refusing to share even the most basic information about illegal alien resettlement in communities throughout our state and the entire country?” spokeswoman Christina Pushaw said.
“Washington, DC, sets immigration policies that do not affect them, and states — that lack information about migrant resettlement and do not have the authority to change federal immigration policy — are expected to bear the brunt of Biden’s reckless open-borders agenda.”
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Seattle police hang ‘Don’t tread on me’ Gadsden flags to protest Covid vaccine mandate
Seattle could fire 40% of police force over vaccine mandate
By Human Events Staff | October 18, 2021
Seattle police officers were seen flying Gadsden flags out the windows of their patrol cars in efforts to protest Washington state’s vaccine mandate.
The flag, which bears the statement “Don’t Tread On Me,” has long been a symbol of freedom, constitutionalism and limited government in the United States.
“Some officers plan on taking time off to decide what they will do long term. They don’t seem eager to stay with SPD. Others explained that they are going to leave SPD by the end of the year as a result of this,” KTTH radio show host Jason Rantz wrote on Twitter, per Fox News. “Officers took these photos in protest of the mandate.”
ISP sergeant shares experience after providing aid at border security
“It was eye-opening for us. We worked in the southern border Arizona area. We would go down to town in that area or cities and literally fentanyl drug dealers in every corner. Impaired driving was awful. Like alluded to earlier, these people are so addicted to these highly addictive drugs it totally consumes it,” Sgt. Sproat said. “They start committing crimes some of them violent crime. That was the most dangerous place I’ve work in my career.
Little said meth and fentanyl is the biggest drug threat facing the state, which he says law enforcement agencies are finding that it’s making its way to Idaho from the U.S. Mexican border.
“There is a direct tied to the loose border in Mexico,” Little said.