Daily Archives: 1, February 17, 2023

Biden’s FEMA Assists Illegal Aliens With Tens of Millions of $$$ While Americans In East Palestine, Ohio Ineligible For Any $$$ Assistance

Toxic cloud left Ohio family coughing up blood and forced them to flee their newly purchased home as creek water turned blue and wildlife vanished after chemical train disaster

Joe Biden Claims DACA Illegal Aliens ‘More American than Most Americans’

“We’re a nation that says, ‘You want to flee, and you’re fleeing oppression, you should come,'” Biden had told during a debate moderated by Univision’s Jorge Ramos in 2019.

Joe Biden: Illegal Migrants ‘Enrich’ America


East Palestine ‘ineligible’ for FEMA help two weeks after toxic train derailed

1 day ago The residents of East Palestine have been told they are ineligible for FEMA help because their homes weren’t physically destroyed – even though they may be chemically contaminated. While…


Undocumented Immigrants Disaster Assistance Flyer | FEMA.gov

Disaster assistance may include money for temporary rental assistance, home repairs, personal property loss and other serious disaster-related needs or expenses not covered by insurance or other means. This collection includes the Undocumented Immigrants Disaster Assistance Flyer in multiple languages.

FEMA Awards $110 Million to the Emergency Food and Shelter Program to Assist Migrants

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The 16-year-old Pennsylvania girl was kidnapped, raped then taken to state game lands in York County where she was shot three times. The murderer confessed. After a trial and in accordance with Pennsylvania law the murderer was sentenced to death.

“The families of the victims are victimized again and again, this time by the failure of the criminal justice system to carry out the law. If there is to be no death penalty law in Pennsylvania, such decision should come from the legislative body,” Justice Correale F. Stevens

Victim’s sister: “What about our legal right”

Victim’s Family Criticizes Pennsylvania Gov. Wolf for Death Penalty Reprieve

June 5, 2015 – The family of a 16-year-old Pennsylvania girl who was kidnapped, raped and murdered in 1993 is criticizing Gov. Tom Wolf for delaying Friday’s execution of the man who confessed to the crimes.

The sister of Trista Eng told Wolf in an open letter, “You’re the only person standing in between my sister getting justice she so deserves” and “What about our legal right to be heard? To have input?”

Michael has acknowledged kidnapping and raping the Dillsburg woman before driving her to state game lands in York County where he shot her three times.

Paul Muschick: Should Pennsylvania have a death penalty? Yes, despite Gov. Shapiro’s objections

Me Too: Josh Shapiro says he doesn’t agree with Pennsylvania’s death penalty like BLM activist Tom Wolf and will not enforce it.

Pa. murder victims’ families support the death penalty

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Historic: ‘Pennsylvania Gov. Tom Wolf made history by issuing more the [sic] twice the number of pardons granted by any of his predecessors.’ Set All-Time Record For Releasing Murderers While Philadelphia Set All-Time Record For Homicides

Philadelphia will end 2021 with all-time record number of homicides

Homicides, violent crimes surging in Pittsburgh this year

BLM activist Tom Wolf led protest against law enforcement ‘After Slamming Business Owners as Cowardly, Selfish for Reopening’ on June 4, 2020 in Harrisburg during Pennsylvania’s China Flu lockdown,

Gov. Tom Wolf’s death penalty moratorium not sitting well with crime victims… – pennlive

Mar, 2015 – Opponents of Gov. Tom Wolf’s moratorium on the death penalty gathered at the state Capitol on Wednesday to criticize that decision that they say was reached without input from crime victims or law

Family Of 1975 Murder Victim Fights Against Killer’s Clemency Request

Gov. Tom Wolf releases 8 lifers, more than any other Pa. governor in decades

Wolf Commutes Sentence for 13 Murderers Serving Life Sentences

Pennsylvania governor tops state record of pardons granted

MSN|32 days ago

Pennsylvania Gov. Tom Wolf made history by issuing more the twice the number of pardons granted by any of his predecessors. Wolf signed a final batch of 369 pardons last week, for a total of 2,540 …