Daily Archives: 1, April 29, 2022
Biden’s DHS Secretary Can’t Say If Illegal Alien Terrorists ‘apprehended at the United States-Mexico border last year, were released into American communities.’
Watch: DHS Mayorkas Can’t Say If Illegal Alien Terrorists Have Been Released into American Communities
1 day ago Department of Homeland Security (DHS) Secretary Alejandro Mayorkas cannot say for certain that none of the 42 illegal aliens on the FBI Terrorism Watch List and No-Fly List, apprehended at the United States-Mexico border last year, were released into American communities. During a hearing before the House Judiciary Committee, Mayorkas said he …
‘National FOP Outraged by [Biden’s] Nominee’s Statement that Cops Shoot Unarmed Black Men “Every day”’
[National Fraternal Order of Police] ‘Calls for Rejection of [Biden’s] Federal Judge Nominee’ Who Said, “cops kill unarmed Black men in America every single day.”
[Nusrat Jahan] Choudhury, if confirmed, would be the first Muslim woman to serve as a federal judge. She is currently the legal director of the American Civil Liberties Union of Illinois.
“Your record shows that you believe cops are guilty until proven innocent,” [Sen. John Kennedy, R-La.] charged. “Your record shows that if a cop — if a cop shoots a criminal, it’s the cop’s fault, and if a criminal shoots a cop it’s the gun’s fault. I’ve read your record. I’ve read your record … ‘Continue reading
Biden’s DHS Creates ‘Ministry of Truth’ To Stop Disinformation/Misinformation From Being Disseminated Such As Hunter Biden’s Laptop Scandal
The Ministry makes sure all information available to the population… conforms with current party lines. They are also in charge of changing accounts of the past and destroying any evidence that will prove the Party false.
Biden’s Administration Plans ‘to ban menthol cigarettes and flavored cigars’ to ‘address health disparities experienced by communities of color, low-income populations, and LGBTQ+ individuals…’
…civil rights groups are objecting claiming that the move could disproportionately harm minority communities.
The American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU) and other civil rights groups warned that the ban could lead to over-policing and further racial discrimination against black people. The insinuation is that police could target black smokers after the ban is put in place.