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Keeping fake illegal alien families together

The Arizona Daily Star reported this week that a Guatemalan man, Maynor Velasquez Molina, allegedly paid a family the equivalent of $130 to ‘rent’ their 8-year-old son to help him get into the U.S. as a “family.” He and the boy were caught in February. Across Central America, the kiddie catch-and-release regime endorsed by open borders ideologues is advertised as the hottest ticket to gain entry. Aliens caught illegally crossing the Rio Grande Valley have told Border Patrol agents they surrendered with children because they expected permisos (free passes) to be granted.

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PA school drops “God Bless America’ after complaint

A Pennsylvania elementary school principal will no longer say “God Bless America” following the Pledge of Allegiance after the district received a legal complaint on behalf of a parent who claimed that doing so broke the law.

Peter Brigg, the principal of Sabold Elementary School in Springfield, would say the phrase after reciting the pledge over the loudspeaker.

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Tech Tyrants 2020 plan for the Democrats: Purge, Censor and Silence Conservatives

The headlines have been racking up for months. Twitter, Facebook, and YouTube have been purging the ranks of users on their sites. They’ve censored content for various reasons even when that content is less offensive than similar but opposite content posted by progressives. They’ve silenced many voices by using algorithms to make content less visible. The tie that seems to bind the targets of the purging, censoring, and silencing is varying degrees of conservatism and support for one man: President Trump.

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Republican majority Senate Intel Committee led by Democrats. Donald Trump Jr. subpoenaed to testify on non-existent Russian Collusion

The Republican-led Senate Intelligence Committee has subpoenaed Donald Trump Jr. to answer questions about his previous testimony before Senate investigators in relation to the Russia investigation, sources with direct knowledge told Axios.

Why it matters: It’s the first congressional subpoena — that we know about — of one of President Trump’s children. The subpoena sets up a fight that’s unprecedented in the Trump era: A Republican committee chair pit against the Republican president’s eldest son.

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No H8? Gay Democrat lawmaker bullies and harasses elderly pro-life activist

A Pennsylvania state lawmaker posted a video showing him badgering, berating and bullying a woman protesting outside a Planned Parenthood, the biggest player in the nation’s abortion industry.

State Rep. Brian Sims, a Democrat who is Pennsylvania’s first-ever openly homosexual legislator, used PeriscopeCo, a social-media streaming company, to display his rant, which went on for nearly 10 minutes.

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Ex-FBI linguist charged with obstructing federal investigation

Abdirizak Jaji Raghe Wehelie, a federal contractor for the FBI responsible for translating communications recorded in surveillance of a terrorism suspect, allegedly deliberately misidentified his own voice when it was captured in a voicemail message the target of the investigation left on Wehelie’s phone, according to the Department of Justice. He also reportedly made several misleading or false statements when questioned by federal agents about his misidentification.

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James Comey is in trouble and he knows it

And so we’ve seen Comey get real busy lately. First he penned a curious op-ed in The New York Times. Then a Times reporter, with whom Comey has cooperated in the past, wrote a news article exposing an early, controversial investigative technique against the Trump campaign in an attempt to get out front and excuse it. Next, Comey is scheduled to be encouraged on a friendly cable news “town hall.”

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Whitehouse to McGahn: Don’t comply with Democrat subpoenas

The White House has instructed former White House counsel Donald McGahn not to comply with a subpoena from House Democrats for documents related to special counsel Robert Mueller’s investigation, according to a letter sent Tuesday from White House counsel Pat Cipollone to McGahn’s attorney William Burck.

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