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Hillary Clinton fundraises for illegal aliens detained in Mississippi ICE raids

Clinton posted a statement on Twitter Friday promoting a fundraising page by the pro-Democrat group ActBlue that is directing funds to six illegal alien support groups.

Clinton said, “If you’re heartsick over the images and videos of children in Mississippi whose parents were taken away by ICE, pitch in or spread the word to fund organizations that are providing legal aid and support services to impacted families:”

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House Democrat calls for federal white nationalist list

A House Democrat wants the Trump administration to compile a list of “potential” white nationalists, accusing the president of helping spread the movement.

”This President has taken the smoldering ember of white nationalism, doused it with rhetorical gasoline, and watched it spread like wildfire,” Rep. Emanuel Cleaver of Missouri said in a statement.

“White nationalists time and time again have used the exact language of this President to condone their violence against immigrants, Muslims, and other minorities,” said Cleaver, 74, a former Kansas City mayor and ordained United Methodist pastor.

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John Delaney repeatedly questioned over refusal to label Trump a ‘white supremacist’ at Iowa State Fair

Democratic hopeful Rep. John Delaney, D-Md., faced shouted questions over why he wouldn’t plainly call President Trump a “white supremacist” as some of his fellow 2020 contenders have.

The questions came as Delaney was surrounded by cameras and apparent members of the press after his speech at the Iowa State Fair on Friday. “Why do you stop short of calling him a white supremacist,” Delaney was asked.

The apparent reporter went on to ask what the difference was for Delaney between saying Trump supported white supremacists and using that label to describe him.

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This is CNN. Reza Aslan calls for the genocide of Trump supporters

CNN contributor and liberal intellectual Reza Aslan is calling for the “eradication” of Trump supporters. In a series of aggressive tweets directed toward the President and those who voted for him, Aslan remarked – in response to the mass shooting in El Paso – that President Donald Trump “is a white nationalist terror leader.”

Arguing that there was “no longer any room for nuance” – words that are remarkably similar to Dayton shooter Connor Betts’ calls for violence on Twitter – Reza openly called for the genocide of Trump supporters.

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After mass shootings and calls for gun confiscation, Hollywood gets pass to hunt ‘deplorables’

NBC Universal executives are aware of the widespread objections to the movie’s plot but have decided not to take significant action at this time.

“The Hunt” is billed as a satirical take on wealthy thrill-seekers taking a private jet to a five-star resort where they embark on a “deeply rewarding” expedition that involves hunting down and killing designated humans.

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Nearly 84,000 duplicate voter records found in audit of California’s ‘motor voter’ system

California’s ambitious effort to automate voter registration at Department of Motor Vehicle offices produced almost 84,000 duplicate records and more than twice that number with political party mistakes, according to an audit released Friday by state officials.
The analysis covered just the first five months of the new “motor voter” program, which was launched in April 2018.

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Twitter AI censors Voter ID meme

Twitter has a new feature that automatically suspends anyone who shares certain meme images – including one of which calls for the implementation of voter ID laws.

Word of this new form of censorship made the rounds today on Gab, an alternative social network to Twitter, after several posters complained that they were subject to 12-hour bans on Twitter for posting an image that reads “Don’t Let Russia Interfere in 2020.” It concludes with the hashtag “#DemandVoterID.

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Bruce Ohr documents undercut FBI claims in Carter Page FISA’s

Transcripts of Justice Department official Bruce Ohr’s interviews with the FBI could open the bureau to new scrutiny over claims government officials made in applications to spy on Carter Page.

During a Nov. 22, 2016 interview with the FBI, Ohr discussed meetings between dossier author Christopher Steele, Fusion GPS founder Glenn Simpson and Yahoo! News reporter Michael Isikoff, who two months earlier had published an article that alleged that Page was under FBI investigation for contacts in Russia.

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Did John Brennan perjure himself in denying use of Steele Dossier?

Former CIA Director John Brennan might have perjured himself in testimony he delivered more than two years ago to the House Permanent Select Committee on Intelligence on May 23, 2017.

In an exchange with then-Rep. Trey Gowdy (R-S.C.), Brennan claimed he didn’t know who commissioned ex-British spy Christopher Steele to write what would become the infamous “Steele dossier” that alleged Russia had damaging information on Donald Trump and that Trump’s 2016 presidential campaign colluded with the Russian government to win the election.

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Vermont Leftist hurls racial slur, calls black city official ‘race traitor’ during sanctuary city debate

As the mainstream media and Democrats malign Republicans and President Donald J. Trump for the party’s border security rhetoric, a recent debate over sanctuary cities in Vermont shows that these leftists may want to examine their own hateful language surrounding the topic that is coming from progressive, pro-illegal immigration advocates. In Hartford, Vermont on July 31, a pro-sanctuary city supporter hurled a racial slur and called a black selectman a “race traitor” after he and the board decided to not vote on a policy which would have limited local police’s ability to work with federal authorities in regards to immigration enforcement.

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Update: ICE releases 300 of the 680 detainees in Mississippi raids

About 300 of the 680 people detained in Wednesday’s federal Immigration and Customs Enforcement raid were released the same day, officials said.

Approximately 30 people detained Wednesday were released at the same site they were detained on “humanitarian grounds,” according to a press release issued Thursday by Mike Hurst, the U.S. attorney for the Southern District of Mississippi, and ICE.

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ICE raids on Mississippi food processing plants result in 680 arrests

U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) said Wednesday that its officers had raided seven food processing plants in Mississippi and detained approximately 680 “removable aliens” in what a federal prosecutor described as “the largest single-state immigration enforcement operation in our nation’s history.”

Nearly 600 ICE agents swarmed the plants in Bay Springs, Carthage, Canton, Morton, Pelahatchie and Sebastapol, surrounding the perimeters to keep workers from fleeing.

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