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Tucker Carlson grills city lawmaker who enacted sanctuary city policies

| – MARCH 22, 2017

A Democrat city councilman drew comparisons between ICE agents carrying out immigration raids and Nazis during an interview concerning last week’s brutal rape of a 14-year-old girl at a Maryland school.

Baltimore councilman Zeke Cohen defended a recently enacted city resolution which blocks federal agents from enforcing deportation orders, arguing Baltimore is a “welcoming” city.

Cohen clarified his new sanctuary policy demands ICE agents target violent criminals for removal, such as those who committed the rape.

“But we only knew they were violent criminals after they had raped a ninth-grader,” Tucker tells Cohen.

“The fact is that at least one of them, possibly both, but at least one was in violation of the law already and because a lot of your state refuses to enforce federal immigration law he was able to commit that rape.”

“Wouldn’t it have been better to get him out of that school and out of this country before he raped this girl?” Carlson asked.

Cohen pivoted to discussing ICE’s recent deportation of an illegal immigrant Honduran father picked up by agents after dropping off his son at school.

“His only history is violating his status and returning to this country. He escaped violence in Honduras just the same way that my great grandmother escaped violence and persecution in Austria and we welcome him here,” Cohen said, adding, “Immigrants built the fabric of this country and Baltimore is a place that will continue to welcome them.”

Cohen had also previously compared immigration raids to the Holocaust in statements appearing in an article Monday on the City Paper.

“We lost a barber, a business owner and a father. They’re not gang members or drug dealers,” Cohen was quoted as saying. “They are like my grandmother who left everything behind, including a family who perished in the gas chambers.”

Tucker pointed out Cohen was criticizing laws which would have prevented the young girl’s rape, and essentially comparing fellow Americans tasked with enforcing immigration laws to the Nazis who killed millions of Jews.

“It’s pretty unbelievable that you would compare ICE, federal immigration authorities to the Nazis, which you just in effect did, and you did explicitly yesterday when their enforcing laws that would have prevented this heinous crime,” Carlson stated. “Would you say that to the parents of the girl who was raped? ‘These are Nazis, these Americans who were enforcing immigration laws.’ Why would you say some thing like that?”

Carlson was referring to the violent rape of a 14-year-old Rockville High School student last Friday who was sexually assaulted in a bathroom stall by two other students, including an 18-year-old illegal immigrant, in the middle of the school day.

The assault was described as a “terribly gruesome, violent, unconscionable attack” in a now-deleted tweet from ABC 7 news reporter Kevin Lewis.

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A local woman claimed the criminal act forced her to rethink her “bleeding heart liberal” political stance.


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Leftists use global body to break America’s sovereignty

| – MARCH 22, 2017

The human rights arm of the globalist Organization of American States (OAS) has conducted hearings aimed at opposing President Trump’s executive orders relating to immigration.

The Inter-American Commission on Human Rights (IACHR), a “human rights watchdog” founded in 1959 under the charter of the globalist Organization of American States, conducted two hearings relating to President Trump’s immigration-related executive orders at the behest of advocacy groups.

Despite finding a sympathetic audience at the IACHR, the commissioners were unable to determine a proper course of action to oppose the orders.

“No way can the commission accept these acts of violations which are occurring, and which seem to be multiplying and becoming more and more serious,” said Margarette May Macaulay of Jamaica, first vice president of the IACHR. “We have a massive inhuman situation to deal with and we need all the help we can get.”

“You have to keep feeding us information.”

The first hearing was held to address the “impact of executive orders ‘Border Security and Immigration Enforcements Improvements;’ ‘Protecting the Nation from Foreign Terrorist entry into the United States;’ and ‘Expediting Environmental Reviews and Approval for High Priority Infrastructure Projects on Human Rights in the United States.’”

The second hearing was held to discuss “policies that prevent access to asylum in the United States.”

Advocacy groups including the American Civil Liberties Union, American-Arab Anti Discrimination CommitteeJesuit Conference of Canada and the United States, Lutheran Immigration and Refugee ServiceNot1more Deportation, and the Immigration Clinic at the University of Texas Law School requested the two hearings.

“I urge the commission to hold the United States accountable. Please do not allow them to get away with this,” said Nicole Ramos, an immigration lawyer.

The Trump administration officially declined to send a representative to defend itself against the charges, arguing ongoing legal challenges to the orders make it “not appropriate” to defend them before the commission.

The decision to not send a representative was received with anger by the far-left advocacy groups who pushed for the hearings, most notably the ACLU, which said the decision “mirrors the behavior of authoritarian regimes.”

“Refusing to engage with the commission is an isolationist policy that mirrors the behavior of authoritarian regimes an will only serve to embolden them,” said Jamil Dakwar, director of the human rights program at the ACLU.

“This is another worrying sign that the Trump administration is not only launching an assault on human rights at home but is also trying to undermine international bodies charged with holding abusive governments accountable.”

It is perhaps a more worrying sign that the far-left are willing to cede America’s sovereignty to a globalist body that seeks to deny the United States the ability to maintain control of its borders.

Canadians want action on illegal immigration

Published on Mar 20, 2017

Brian Lilley reports the results of a poll on illegal immigration that confirm the majority of Canadians want the Trudeau Liberals to do something about it. MORE:…
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The Petition
Justin Trudeau must uphold the common sense laws of Canada and respect the “Safe Third Country Agreement.”

Ken Stone

I think canada would be wise to deport Trudeau…….. You could do it in multiple parcels to save on shipping………

Canada is for Anglo, Celtic, Franco populations. Halt illegal and legal immigration or you wont exist in 30 years.

You’re fuckin right we do. Trudeaus government is a disgrace to all Canadians, left or right. Most people I know didn’t care who got elected. Not the case anymore.

Yes we do. Trudeau, being magnanimous with other peoples money is no recommendation. Our health system is falling apart and you and your globalist butt buddy soros just keep slamming them in. Don’t be surprised when Canadians start slamming back…bitch.
G Lewis

But but CBC tells me Canadians love illegal immigrants
MGTOW Psyche

We should send Justine Mohammed Trudeau to Syria

No action will be done. Trudeau is an idiot and none of this matters to him. He looks at it as more votes for the Libtards.
Tim Mac

That 36% and 37% is too high. Those dummies are immigrants and students. They need to educated as to what this all means. Those that feel they need to escape the USA are not the kind of people we want in Canada. My guess is that 100% of them will be a drain on Canada and no benefit whatsoever.

Maryland under siege after illegal reportedly assaults teen

Published on Mar 22, 2017

Mother of a girl murdered by an illegal immigrant shares her story

Pepito Rodriguez

The dems care more about the illegals than the American people… This is just insane, no laws in america
Amy Langera

Why aren’t the other MSM not covering this story as Fox News? Where is Madonna? Where are all the celebrities that think their voice has an impact? Where are the feminists???? Where are the women who organised and participated in the without women’s day?
Tommy DeVito

Why is a 18 yr old illegal savage in a 9th grade class to begin with? This falls on the school in my opinion. NOT ALL CULTURES ARE MEANT TO MIX. Diversity is not and has never been a strength of any nation.

thanks Obama
Waqar Zahid

We need to save America. We need to kick out every single illegal immigrants out of here. Be they Muslim, Mexican, or any other. We cannot let these illegals in here anymore, they are a constant threat to all Americans.

Democrats and the MSM will never talk about this story because illegals are their voter base. Cut funding to the Arts and all the non-essential bullshit we tax payers pay for and hire more ICE agents. Period!
Bisquiteen Trisket

Zero outcry by libtrash, not a peep when this happens. Hope the parents voted Hilldog. Retribution at its finest.

Democrats are a criminal organisation. That is why they support criminals and not the innocent victims of crime.

Immigration provision cut from Obamacare rollback, angering conservatives

Provision to crack down on illegals deleted…

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By Julia Edwards Ainsley and Yasmeen Abutaleb

Some conservatives in Washington were fuming on Tuesday after an Obamacare rollback bill was tweaked by Republican leaders to delete a provision meant to crack down on illegal immigrants getting federal healthcare insurance coverage.

The development posed another problem for Republican leaders in the U.S. House of Representatives and President Donald Trump, who are trying to win congressional approval of the wider bill, the first big legislative test for Trump since taking office.

The provision would have allowed the Treasury Department to access data at the Department of Homeland Security to verify that healthcare tax credits went only to U.S. citizens and legal permanent residents, not to illegal immigrants.

In a largely procedural move, it was dropped from the bill after the Senate Parliamentarian determined that the Senate Finance Committee, which handles tax credits under the bill, does not have purview over the Department of Homeland Security.

Republican Representative Lou Barletta issued a statement on Monday evening, after the change was made, saying he could no longer support the bill, citing the obscure provision.

“I am concerned that the bill lacks sufficient safeguards for verifying whether or not an individual applying for health care tax credits is lawfully in this country and eligible to receive them,” said the Pennsylvania lawmaker.

The provision had been a key issue for conservative groups the Trump administration is trying to win over in its efforts to pass the bill known as the American Health Care Act, Trump’s plan to repeal and partly replace Obamacare.

Some conservatives have criticized the bill since Republican House leadership unveiled it earlier this month, dubbing it “Obamacare Lite” because they say it falls short in repealing Democratic former President Barack Obama’s 2010 healthcare law.

Republican leaders recrafted the bill on Monday in hopes of satisfying conservative and moderate critics. Trump visited Capitol Hill Tuesday seeking to win more support for the bill.

Lauren Aronson, spokeswoman for the tax-writing House Committee on Ways and Means, said the bill keeps the underlying policies of Obamacare that specify only U.S. citizens and legal permanent residents are eligible for the tax credits. The bill was expected to go before the full House for a vote on Thursday.

DHS releases list of police departments defying immigration orders

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A first-of-its-kind list from the Department of Homeland Security shows 206 detention requests that local police departments refused to honor. The tabulation containing complaints against state and local governments is set to be updated weekly.


On Monday, DHS released its first-ever list of police departments that do not comply with Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) requests to further detain suspects to be processed for possible deportation.

The 206 figure is vague, offering no details about what time it covers.

The premier installment of what’s anticipated to be a weekly report contains unclear parameters, such as the time period it covers or the reasons chosen by the local departments for not releasing suspects into ICE custody. The cases were identified by the administration between January 28 until February 3, according to Fox News. However, the actual detention requests could have come from any time since 2014.

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The crimes covered range from unspecified traffic violations to murder charges. Some individuals were only indicated as having been charged with a crime, while others were convicted. The lack of distinction also leaves open the question of whether the individuals may have been found not guilty or had their charges dropped.

Acting ICE Director Thomas Homan defended the list, saying in a statement: When law enforcement agencies fail to honor immigration detainers and release serious criminal offenders, it undermines ICE’s ability to protect the public safety and carry out its mission.

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The geographic focus of the list, with over two-thirds of the examples, was Travis County, home of the left-leaning Texas city of Austin. Sheriff Sally Hernandez won her position last year on a platform of not handing individuals facing minor crimes over to ICE.

Police departments in the Los Angeles area have defended similar policies by explaining that they require the cooperation and trust of undocumented immigrants, something that would likely be compromised with following policies that resulted in deportation for lesser offenses.

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Republicans emerge as president’s biggest obstacle…

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By Lisa Lerer

With friends like these: Trump struggles to win GOP

WASHINGTON (AP) — Congressional Republicans have a lot to say about their new president.

Donald Trump‘s proposed budget is “draconian, careless and counterproductive.” The health care plan is a bailout that won’t pass. And his administration’s suggestion that former President Barack Obama used London’s spy agency for surveillance is simply “inexplicable.”

With friends like these, who needs Democrats?

Less than two months in, Republicans have emerged as one of the biggest obstacles to Trump’s young administration, imperiling his early efforts to pass his agenda and make good on some of his biggest campaign promises.

Trump’s embrace of a House GOP plan to overhaul the country’s health system faces deep opposition from across the party, as does his push to get U.S. taxpayers to pay for a wall on the U.S.-Mexico border. Republicans largely rejected his thin, 53-page first budget, joking that there’s a “fat chance for skinny budget” on Capitol Hill. And his tax reform and infrastructure plans have yet to gain any real traction in Congress.

Trump insisted on Friday that he is leading a party that is coalescing behind him.

“I think we have a very unified party. I think actually more unified than even the election,” he said at a White House news conference with German leader Angela Merkel. “You see when they talk about me, I seem to be very popular, at least this week within the party.”

Long a divisive political figure, Trump entered office with historically low approval ratings and a popular vote loss of nearly 3 million. Still, he claimed a sweeping mandate when he arrived in Washington, fiercely pushing back on any suggestion that he won with less than a historic margin and moving quickly on a series of controversial executive orders.

Now, his administration has reached the limits of what it can achieve without Congress, leaving Trump struggling to lead his party on Capitol Hill — starting with the health care bill.

After years of campaign promises to repeal and replace “Obamacare,” the bill presents the first major test of whether Trump and Republican leaders can marshal a fractious GOP caucus behind a major legislative initiative. GOP leaders fear that failure could chip away at Trump’s already thin political capital, dooming future efforts on tax reform and infrastructure.

Trump’s early missteps have overshadowed one of the administration’s smoothest-sailing moves — the nomination of Neil Gorsuch for the Supreme Court. Confirmation hearings begin Monday.

“A president only has so much political capital to expend and so much moral authority as well, and so any time your credibility takes a hit I think in many ways it weakens the officeholder,” said Rep. Charlie Dent, R-Pa., who had described the surveillance claims as “inexplicable.”

The furor over Trump’s unproven claim that Obama wiretapped his New York skyscraper prompted Republican Rep. Tom Cole of Oklahoma to suggest Trump owes his predecessor an apology.

Republicans almost immediately balked at Trump’s budget, with Kentucky Rep. Hal Rogers uttering the “draconian” complaint and others questioning why Trump’s core supporters took a hit.

“Rural America stepped up to the plate behind the president in his last election, and we’re wholeheartedly behind him. We need to make sure that rural America at least gets its fair share,” said Rep. Robert Aderholt, R-Ala.

Trump is hardly the first president to clash with members of his own party. Few congressional Democrats felt a personal connection to Obama, who came under criticism for his hands-off approach to Congress, and his lack of interest in schmoozing with lawmakers or using the trappings of his office to woo them.

While Trump has hosted Republicans for bowling, pizza and other White House events, he’s been hampered by his inexperience with governing and his distance from establishment GOP politics. A businessman, Trump has never lined up lawmakers behind a bill, crafted a political coalition or passed a budget — nor have many of his closest aides.

During his campaign, he embraced a populist platform, rejecting traditional conservative positions on issues like trade and cutting costly mandatory programs like Social Security.

Many congressional Republicans, from House Speaker Paul Ryan, R-Wis., on down, were slow to embrace Trump’s candidacy, and some of those concerns linger.

His series of false claims since the election haven’t helped the relationship, distracting from his agenda on Capitol Hill and forcing Republicans to answer near-daily questions about his accusations.

But Trump also seems eager to keep some wiggle room between his presidency and a bill some friends and allies believe is a political trap. They fear the legislation — they’ve dubbed it Ryancare — could violate some of Trump’s populist campaign promises, like providing health insurance for all Americans and preserving Medicaid, for a conservative Republican agenda led by Ryan.

“Speaker Paul Ryan and the establishment GOP have pulled a fast one on President Trump,” wrote Eric Bolling, a Fox News host with close ties to Trump, in an op-ed.


AP Congressional Correspondent Erica Werner contributed to this report.