JudicialWatch.org | Judicial Watch is reporting that Homeland Security officials are telling them that groups of illegal immigrants entering the U.S. from the southern border are being quietly relocated to different parts of the country on commercial flights at airports in Texas and Arizona. The illegals wear red HHS wrist bands and are escorted by taxpayer-funded government escorts in civilian clothes. The illegals apparently get priority boarding ahead of all other passengers including law enforcement.
On Friday the Democrats in Congress put the interests of illegal immigrants and their personal political ambitions ahead of those of the American people, allowing the Federal Government to shutdown. The House of Representatives passed a short-term spending bill that would have avoided a government shutdown but it failed in the Senate where only five democrats supported it. The bill that failed would have funded the government through Feb. 16 and reauthorized the popular Children's Health Insurance Program for six years.
Sacbee.com | Accused murderer and illegal immigrant from Mexico, Luis Bracamontes boasted at this trial "I wish I had killed more of the mother -------" and "I will break out soon and I will kill more, kill whoever gets in front of me...There's no need for a f------ trail."
lifezette.com | The illegal immigrant who killed Kate Steinle, a tourist in San Francisco in 2015, in a case that gained national attention, will not have to serve any more time in jail, a judge ruled on Friday. The judge sentenced Jose Ines Garcia Zarate to "time served" for illegal gun possession, the only count that Zarate was convicted on by the San Francisco Jury in November. The verdict provoked outrage among many, including President Donald Trump, who called it a “disgrace”.
The Supreme Court refused Monday to reconsider President Obama's proposed overhaul of the nation's immigration system following a tie vote in June that blocked its implementation.
The eight-member court's order shut the door on a plan that already seemed all but dead a few months ago. The court declined to wait until a ninth justice is confirmed and seated in order to rehear the case — and possibly reverse its June decision.