Mexican President Threatens U.S. Congressmen to Support Amnesty for 11 Million Migrants

Mexico’s President issued a veiled threat to Republican congressmen who oppose an immigration deal to grant amnesty to 11 million migrants who illegally entered the U.S. Politicians who oppose the forthcoming plan will be singled out and denounced during daily press briefings, he said. . . .

Taxpayers to cover cost of Afghan evacuees’ immigration applications

Homeland Security announced Monday that it will waive the usual immigration fees for Afghan evacuees who’ve been paroled into the country since the start of the airlift operation, leaving U.S. taxpayers to pick up the tab for their costs. . . .

Hmong and Afghan refugees in America

Latest disparate impact/diversity is strength/kritarchy horror story: vital water regulations in California can't be enforced because the violators are Hmong: Judge says Northern California county water delivery ban is discriminatory against Hmong pot growers, by Jiselle Lee, Yahoo News, October 28, 2021. . . .

mmigrant teen facing 3 murder charges is released from jail, allowed to return to school

A Sudanese teenager will resume his life now that he is free on bail only weeks after being charged with three counts of murder.

Ahmedal Tayeb Elnouman Modawi, 17, made bail over the weekend, according to KPRC-TV in Houston. . . .

Commentary: Oregon should pause Afghan resettlement

In mid-August, three days after Afghanistan fell to the Taliban, Oregon Gov. Kate Brown proclaimed our state “ready to welcome any and all Afghans.” Fifty-one of 55 Democratic legislators, who comprise supermajorities in the state House and Senate, issued letters declaring the same. . . .

Exclusive— Victor Davis Hanson: ‘Open Borders,’ ‘Globalism,’ ‘Tribalism’ Are Reminiscent of Rome’s Collapse

Borders, language, and culture are essential for national continuity, Hanson stated in an interview on SiriusXM’s Breitbart News Daily with host Alex Marlow.

He remarked, “Every nation that has survived has had borders that were defensible and clear, and the idea was that they have their own space to inculcate their language or traditions or customs, then enhance their constitution. Without that, it’s just short of a migratory, 5th century A.D. Rome where people come across the Danube River and destroy the nation-state.” . . .

California Requires Aztec Prayer in Schools; Parents, Civil Rights Group Sue

Parents in California and a civil rights group are suing the state over its imposition earlier this year of a novel public school curriculum that reportedly has students praying to Aztec gods. . . .

The Latest: Mexico accepts its 1st group of Afghan refugees

MEXICO CITY — Mexico has accepted its first group of refugees from Afghanistan.

The five women and one man arrived Tuesday in Mexico City, where they were welcomed by Foreign Relations Secretary Marcelo Ebrard. Ebrard told the group, “Welcome to your home.” . . .

People from Across the Globe are Catching Flights to Cross the Border

The Biden border crisis rages on with no end in sight. Customs and Border Protection (CBP) recorded 178,622 encounters with illegal aliens in April, up from 78,443 in January when President Biden took office. . . .

20-year-old convicted on multiple counts in Washington Co. child sex abuse case

HILLSBORO, OR (KPTV) – A 20-year-old man has been found guilty of six counts of first-degree sodomy according to the Washington County District Attorney’s Office.

Jesus Gongora Dominguez was found guilty on April 15.

In December of 2019, the victim disclosed to a mandatory reporter that he was sexually abused by Dominguez four years prior. Hillsboro police were notified and talked with the victim and his family.

Investigators say the victim reported that the defendant had sexually abused him multiple times. He told investigators that the defendant would lure him into his bedroom with the promise of candy or video games and would sexually abuse him. He told the victim not to tell anyone about the abuse.

The Washington County District Attorney’s Office commends the victim in this case for his bravery in reporting this abuse.

A sentencing hearing is scheduled for July 7, 2021. Dominguez will remain in custody until that time.


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