The influx of illegal immigrants coming into the United States is not
slowing down, according to the Department of Homeland Security. In
fact, illegal immigrants crossing the border tripled in April 2018
compared to April 2017.
"The recently released April 2018
Southwest Border Migration numbers underscore the continuing security
crisis along our southwest border. The number of illegal border
crossers increased in April from the previous month, and more than
tripled in April 2018 in comparison to April 2017. For the second month
in a row, we have seen more than 50,000 individuals try to illegally
enter the United States,” DHS Press Secretary Tyler Q. Houlton in a statement issued Friday.
"If you enter our country illegally, you have broken the law and will be
referred for prosecution. DHS has zero tolerance for those who break
the law and will no longer exempt classes or groups of individuals from
prosecution. Whether you are a single adult or an adult member of a
family unit, if you are apprehended you will be prosecuted and put in
removal proceedings," he continued.
Report: Iran preparing for revenge missile attack on northern Israel
Israeli security officials believe Iran is considering a strike on Israel from Syria.By Batya Jerenberg, World Israel News
Furious over the recent attacks on its Syrian weapons depot and drone
unit, among other Iranian targets allegedly hit by Israel over the past
month in that war-torn country, government officials believe the
Islamic Republic may be preparing an attack on northern Israel in the near future, Channel 2 news reported Sunday evening.
The method most likely to be used, according to security personnel,
is ground-to-ground missiles that Iran has stationed in Syria, aimed at
northern Israeli targets. According to the report, however, the security
experts think that Iran would seek to limit its strike to military
targets – just as Israel allegedly did in Syria – so as not to provoke a
Iran is also likely to use proxies such as Hezbollah or other
pro-Iranian militias, of which there are an abundance in Syria, to
launch the rockets, in an attempt at giving the Islamic government
“plausible deniability” over who should be considered the guilty party
in the attack.
Palestinian Authority pays $2.78 million each to jihadis who murder Israelis By Robert Spencer / Jihad Watch
No nation should give the PA a penny until this stops. But no one
(except President Trump) will care. “Defense Ministry: Terrorists will
get NIS 10 million each from PA,” Times of Israel, May 6, 2018: The
Defense Ministry released figures Sunday alleging that some terrorists who killed Israelis will be paid more than NIS […] Read in browser »
Here’s the thing: this “Russian troll farm” case is minor — it’s all about $100K in Facebook ads. Do the Democrats really want us to think that their candidate was so weak that she was beaten by $100k in ads? Seriously?
Outside influencers and foreign agents have long been welcomed by the
Democrat party. George Soros has done more to change elections than any
one person or organization in recent memory. How many hundreds of
millions has George Soros spent to influence foreign elections? Soros once said that removing President George W. Bush from office in 2004 was the “central focus of my life.”
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Developing now, Monday, May 7, 2018
Hawaii's Kilauea volcano has now destroyed at least 26 homes,
almost three times the initial figure reported over the weekend, as
scientists have reported lava spewing more than 200 feet into the air.
Rudy Giuliani says President Trump does not have to comply with a
potential subpoena from Special Counsel Robert Mueller, says Michael
Cohen could have paid off other women besides Stormy Daniels
House Intel Committee Chairman Devin Nunes says he wants Attorney
General Jeff Sessions held in contempt of Congress for allegedly
ignoring a classified letter, subpoena in the investigation of suspected
FISA abuses by the Justice Department and FBI
The White House is standing by Gina Haspel, Trump's pick to lead the CIA, ahead of her Senate confirmation hearing Wednesday, vowing that partisan politics will not derail her nomination
Michelle Obama tells a women's summit she still questions why women voted for Trump in 2016