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DHS disperses 273,396 illegal immigrants around U.S. in five months

Startling figures reluctantly disclosed by the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) show that the Biden administration dispersed 273,396 illegal immigrants throughout the United States during a five-month period last year and issued north of 100,000 Notices to Report (NTR) to an Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) field office within 60 days. Not surprisingly, the stats reveal that over 50,000 illegal aliens failed to show up for their hearing with federal authorities by ignoring the government issued NTR that has become the laughingstock of the nation’s immigration system.

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Congress’s 1/6 Committee claims absolute power as it investigates citizens with no judicial limits

In its ongoing attempt to investigate and gather information about private U.S. citizens, the Congressional 1/6 Committee is claiming virtually absolute powers that not even the FBI or other law enforcement agencies enjoy. Indeed, lawyers for the committee have been explicitly arguing that nothing proscribes or limits their authority to obtain data regarding whichever citizens they target and, even more radically, that the checks imposed on the FBI (such as the requirement to obtain judicial authorization for secret subpoenas) do not apply to the committee.

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The coming dethronement of Joe Biden

Biden’s situation presents the unnamed committee who actually runs the presidency with a huge and delicate problem. Biden’s behavior long ago passed from embarrassing to dangerous. We can see that all around us.

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Poll: 72% think country is headed in wrong direction

A new NBC News poll reveals news that Joe Biden and the Democrats probably don’t want to hear.

The poll says that 72% of adults believe the U.S. is on the “wrong track.” The “right track/wrong track” question is an excellent barometer of the national mood. The “wrong track” number has only been above 70% three other times; 1992, 2008, and 2016 — all election years and all years in which the party in power got clobbered on election day.

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Glenn Youngkin goes scorched earth on first day as Governor of Virginia

The new Republican leadership in Virginia — Gov. Glenn Youngkin, Lt. Gov. Winsome Sears, and Attorney General Jason Miyares — went scorched earth upon entering office, which officially happened Saturday.

Youngkin signed a host of executive orders fulfilling key campaign promises, while Miyares fired more than two dozen staff members in the AG’s office the day before taking office.

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Who is Ray Epps? DOJ won’t say

Top federal law enforcement officials have declined to answer numerous questions about Ray Epps, the Arizona resident captured on video encouraging Jan. 6, 2021, protesters to breach Capitol Hill.

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