EDINBURG, Texas – U.S. Border Patrol agents rescue three individuals left behind by smugglers in two separate incidents.
The agency said on Tuesday afternoon, the McAllen Border Patrol station received information regarding an emergency call for assistance for two people who were lost in the brush near Havana, Texas. The caller also said the second traveler had lost consciousness and was in need of immediate help.
Agents responded to the last known GPS coordinates of the call and a search began. Within an hour, agents located the lost individuals and requested Emergency Medical Services (EMS) for the unresponsive person.
Border Patrol Emergency Medical Technicians treated the individual with oxygen and intravenous fluids and carried him out of the brush. Upon arrival, EMS transported the man to a local hospital for further treatment and evaluation. Read the rest here.
Did you know that Jason Anavitarte, a Republican candidate for Georgia state senate, District 31 was on the board of directors of GALEO, the rabidly anti-enforcement, anti-official English, anti-287(g) and anti-voter ID, corporate-funded group from 2006 to 2009? And that Lt. Governor Geoff Duncan has endorsed Anavitarte even after conservative U.S. Senator David Perdue and then Senator Johnny Isakson stopped another former GALEO board member’s nomination process to federal court judgeship because of ties to that leftist organization? Anavitarte is running as a “conservative.”
Did you know that it was D.A. King and the Dustin Inman Society that gathered and delivered the information and background on GALEO that educated Senator Perdue and senator Isakson on the GALEO candidate for federal judge? You can see some of that DIS packaged information and documentation (A Beginners Guide to GALEO) taken directly from the GALEO website here.
Did you know that illegal aliens with Obama’s executive DACA amnesty are still illegal aliens? It’s true, but the media keeps is a closely-held secret. You can read about it here.
Did you know that illegal aliens with DACA (there are more than 20,000 in Georgia) are filing for and receiving unemployment benefits? You can read about that fact here from the anti-enforcement Georgia Budget and Policy Institute.
Did you know that the Republican-ruled General Assembly passed and Governor Kemp signed into law HB444 which modifies but does not end the state practice of allowing illegal aliens in high-school to take USG college classes at zero cost to the student? True, but it is another a closely held secret. You can read about it here and here. Did you know?
Four Illegal MS-13 Gang Members Charged with Murdering 29-Year-Old
15 June, 2020
Four illegal alien MS-13 Gang members and another member of the violent El Salvadorian street gang have been arrested and charged with murdering a 29-year-old man in Montgomery County, Maryland.
Last week, the Montgomery County Police Department arrested five MS-13 Gang members for allegedly murdering 29-year-old Francisco Anton Medrano-Campos, according to ABC 7 News’s Kevin Lewis.
Four of the five MS-13 Gang members are illegal aliens who entered the U.S. as “Unaccompanied Alien Children” (UACs). The other gang member, likely a foreign national, may eventually be eligible for deportation.
The suspects include:
- 21-year-old illegal alien Carlos Andres Orellana-Orellan from El Salvador
- 19-year-old illegal alien Oscar Effrain Zavala-Urrea from Honduras
- 20-year-old illegal alien Romeo Almengor Oxlaj-Lopez from Guatemala
- 21-year-old illegal alien Victor Alfonso Cruz-Orellana from El Salvador
- 19-year-old Daniel E. Huezo-Landaverde
Lewis reports that the five gang members allegedly murdered Medrano-Campos on May 26 in the parking lot of an apartment complex. An eyewitness told the police she saw the men standing over Medrano-Campos with handguns.
Rioters across the United States have waved Mexican flags in various American cities to protest the death of George Floyd, allegedly at the hands of a Minneapolis, Minnesota, police officer.
While rioters waved Mexican flags, American flags were routinely burned at riots in Los Angeles, California, Atlanta, Georgia, Portland, Oregon; and Chicago, Illinois.
Portland: A man brought an American flag to the antifa/BLM protest (later riot). He is confronted & then sucker-punched by a man wearing a “F— Trump” shirt. The mob rushed in to beat him. He never let go of the flag. @PortlandPolice did not help. #Antifa #BlackLivesMatter
Even in the opinion section, only approved thought is permitted.
We’re in the dawn of a high-tech, bloodless Cultural Revolution; one that relies on intimidation, public shaming, and economic ruin to dictate what words and ideas are permissible in the public square.
“Words are violence” has always been an illiberal notion meant to stifle speech and open discourse. Popularized by a generation of coddled and brittle college students, it now guides policy on editorial pages at newspapers such as the Philadelphia Inquirer, the New York Times, and most major news outlets.
Cotton’s critics are correct that not every dumb or radical idea deserves a debate or a place in the country’s biggest newspapers — although some of us believe editors should make room for contrarian and unpopular arguments. But this insistence masks their real objection: That Cotton’s column, which tonally and philosophically was well within the parameters of traditional editorial writing, might have found an audience. At root, our cultural revolutionaries are frightened of ideas. Do we honestly believe that had another paper published it, the same people wouldn’t have deemed that inappropriate, too?
None of the Times’ editors, all of whom are apparently comfortable with running fabulist histories or odes to Communist tyrannies, pushed back against the caustic notion that engaging in debate was act of violence. They bowed to the internal mob and pleaded for forgiveness.