Thursday, October 28, 2021

Federal Attorney General debunks Democrat insurrection claims about capitol riot

Hundreds of patriotic Americans showed up at the Capitol on January 6, 2020. The vast majority were there to exercise their constitutional God-given right to free speech. They were protesting what they believed to be a bogus and fraudulent presidential election.

Right or wrong in their viewpoint, many were swept up in the chaotic events created by a handful of individuals. Ever since Americans were forcibly removed from the “People’s House”, liberal Democrats have bludgeoned them slanderous names.

The one narrative that has caused the most controversy is the Democrat Party’s ignorant inclination to call them insurrectionists. They refer to the protest that led to the woefully unprepared Capitol Police being overrun by protestors as “the insurrection”.

But while testifying on Capitol Hill, the current Attorney for the United States of America, Merrick Garland, could not identify a single jailed person as being charged with insurrection. These people have been locked away since their arrest dates nearly a year ago.

The man in charge of approving federal charges of insurrection said, “I don’t believe so”, when asked if any of these so-called insurrectionists have been formally charged with insurrection. The strange vagueness of the AG’s answer is a topic for a whole different discussion.

But even so, the Democrat Party and their complicit gang of crooks in the fake news mainstream media continue to spin the “insurrection” narrative. Where are the charges of insurrection?

Texas Congressman Louie Gohmert finds this to be rather perplexing. Every radical liberal, including the deep state Department of Justice, continues to spout accusations of an insurrection. Republicans just want to know the names of the insurrectionists charged.

But over 10 months later, not a single solitary person has been charged with this federal crime. There isn’t even any evidence of an FBI investigation ahead of laying the groundwork for a charge of insurrection.

Insurrection is a specific crime. The legal language to be charged with insurrection is very definitive. United States 18 - Code 2383 says spells out what must happen to warrant charges for insurrection.

“Whoever incites, sets on foot, assists, or engages in any rebellion or insurrection against the authority of the United States or the laws thereof, or gives aid or comfort thereto shall be fined under this title or imprisoned not more than ten years, or both; and shall be incapable of holding any office under the United States.”

Joe Biden talks tough, but rarely backs up his bravado. Most remember his bogus claim that he’d meet then presidential candidate Donald Trump behind the bar, and “beat the hell out of him”.

Joe Biden is now and always has been a blowhard. His cowardice is displayed fully by his own Department of Justice. Democrats and deep state operatives continue to call January 6, 2020 “the insurrection”.

However, no one at the DOJ has the courage to make formal charges of insurrection. Since legal experts appreciate how prosecutors caution against filing charges they cannot win, maybe there’s something more to this mystery. Biden’s DOJ may be smarter than we think.

They can continue to damage the good name of former President Donald Trump while they investigate a bogus insurrection. All the while, they know full well that no one involved in the January 6 protest will ever be charged with insurrection. They won’t because there never was an insurrection.

What happened on January 6, 2020, was an unfortunate materialization of misguided, angry protestors. The ineptitude of the Capitol Police is as much to blame as those individuals who were present. There have been zero charges leveled for insurrection, because there wasn’t one.


Putin Slams U.S. for Deleting Its History, Calls Transgenderism a 'Crime Against Humanity'

Russian President Vladimir Putin gave a speech this week calling out the United States and other western nations for their progressive ideology, particularly drawing attention to the issue of gender identity.

Putin said during his Thursday speech at the Valdai Discussion Club in Sochi that Russia should hold onto its "spiritual values and historical traditions." He added that "sociocultural disturbances" could be detrimental to the country.

Western nations in Europe and the United States, Putin warned, have allowed "the aggressive deletion of whole pages of their own history, reverse discrimination against the majority in the interests of minorities … constitute movement toward public renewal."

"It’s their right, but we are asking them to steer clear of our home," he continued. "We have a different viewpoint."

Putin also discussed how liberals in the West want to eliminate what he called "traditional interpretation of such basic values," which include designations such as "mother, father, family, and the distinction between sexes."

"The proponents of new approaches go so far as they want to eliminate the whole notions of men and women, and those who dare say that men and women exist and this is a biological fact, they are all but banished," he said. "Parent number one, parent number two, or the parent that has given birth, or instead of breast milk, you say human milk. And you say all of that, so the people who are not sure of their sexual agenda are not unhappy."

In an apparent knock against youth transgenderism, the Russian dictator said that children being taught that a "boy can become a girl" and vice versa is on "the verge of a crime against humanity."

"There are some monstrous things when from a very young age, you teach to children that the boy can easily become a girl and you impose on them this selection, this choice," Putin said. "You push the parents aside and make the child take these decisions that can destroy their lives."


Documents show the real number of illegal migrants Biden let into the U.S.

At least 160,000 illegal immigrants have been released by the Biden administration since March – along with a broad use of limited parole authorities to allow 30,000 to be eligible for work permits since August, Border Patrol documents show.

The documents give a glimpse into how the Biden administration has been releasing massive numbers of migrants into the U.S., often with little to no oversight, supervision, or imminent threat of deportation.

Since March 20, no less than 94,570 illegal immigrants have been released into the U.S. with Notices to Report. Individuals who receive a Notice to Report are instructed to check in with an ICE office when they arrive at their final destination – which could be anywhere in the country. Individuals who check-in are not deported or detained as their immigration proceedings move forward.

Since Aug 6th, the administration has released an estimated 32,000 immigrants into the U.S. by parole – which grants migrants a degree of legal status and the ability to apply for work permits.

Federal law says parole authority is meant to be used on a case-by-case basis for "urgent humanitarian purposes" and "significant public benefit." Generally, only a few parole cases are granted by officials, however, the Biden administration has been using it liberally, for example, its parole of tens of thousands of Afghans into the United States as part of Operation Allies Welcome.

Former Border Patrol Chief Rodney Scott, who served under President Biden, examined the documents and said that he believes the administration is abusing its parole authority, according to Fox News.

"By law and regulation, a parole shall only be granted on a case by case basis and only for significant humanitarian reasons or significant public benefit. Neither of these appear to apply to the current situation," he said, adding that the number of paroles brings into question the review and approval process.

"As a field chief, I don’t believe I ever approved more than 5 or 10 paroles in a year," he said. "When I did, I ensured that the alien was monitored continuously and was detained or removed as soon as the circumstances allowed."

The documents reveal that since Aug 6, the administration released an additional 40,000 illegal immigrants on their own recognizance. The documents also show that on one single day in the Del Rio sector, 128 single adult illegal immigrants were released into the U.S. without ATD – which usually entails tracking by an ankle monitor or phone.

A Customs and Border Protection (CBP) official said that mechanisms like paroling, the use of NTRs, and enrolling migrants in Alternatives to Detention (ATD) "provides mechanisms to require family units released from CBP custody to report to ICE within a specified time."

The official also cited data that shows that between 2014 and 2020, 81% of migrants released into the U.S. did report for their immigration proceedings.

The agency has not yet released the number of migrant encounters in September, however, in both July and August there were more than 200,000 migrant encounters, some of the highest numbers in twenty years. Since then, migrants have continued to come in droves. According to the documents, Rio Grande Valley encountered 5,900 migrants in one week, while Del Rio encountered more than 2,900 in that same week.


The Reason for ‘Right Flight’

Dinesh D’Souza

There’s a great migration underway to red America from blue America, to Republican-controlled states such as Texas and Florida from Democratic-controlled states such as New York and California. I should know. I lived from 2000 to 2017 in Southern California, before leaving the state for Texas, where I live now.

I’m part of a larger movement that we could call “right flight,” the flight to right-leaning states from left-leaning ones.

Sure, I moved partly because I married a Texan, or perhaps I should say a Venezuelan who has spent her entire adult life in Texas. But she could have come my way to San Diego; instead, I chose to go her way to the Houston area. Many factors were involved, but let’s just say, I don’t mind my state income tax rate going to zero from around 10 percent.

My film company is still based in California, at least for now, and we have two members of our small team who still live there. Interestingly, one is in the process of moving his family to Florida, and I just heard the other guy has been checking out real estate in the Southwest. He says he’s “just looking,” but just looking is often the gateway to relocating. I predict that he’ll be calling a moving company soon.

Now, one explanation of what’s going on is that Americans are self-segregating as part of a great divide that has opened up between Republicans and Democrats, conservatives and liberals. I’m tempted to say that we’re moving toward the sort of ideological chasm that defined the period leading up to the Civil War. But then, I realize that, in many respects, America today is more divided than it was in 1860.

In 1860, only one issue divided America: the issue of slavery. This is a point made by Abraham Lincoln, on the eve of the Civil War, writing to his former Whig colleague Alexander Stephens, who became the vice president of the Confederacy. Essentially, Lincoln said that the secessionists believed slavery to be right, and wanted to see it expand, while the unionists believed slavery to be wrong, and wanted to see it contract. But this, Lincoln emphasized, was the only major difference between the two camps.

Today, by contrast, there’s so much that divides conservative Republicans from left-wing Democrats that it’s hard to think of a single issue that they agree on. Moreover, the two sides don’t even like each other very much. Each seeks to demonize the other, to get away from the other. Moreover, Democrats seem unwilling to live and let live; they seem intent on forcing their values on the rest of the country, through ideological indoctrination in schools, through imposed federal mandates, and through censorship enforced across digital platforms.

This process of ideological separation—let’s call it a secession within America—has been occurring for a couple of decades now. Initially, people sorted themselves within states, and so there were “red” pockets such as Orange County and the Central Valley in blue California, just as there are “blue” pockets such as Austin and the Rio Grande Valley in red Texas.

But now, people are actually leaving blue America to relocate to red America. Since this is a one-way trend—we don’t see Texans rushing to California, or Floridians heading up to New York—it can’t be interpreted simply as a process of ideological self-segregation. Something more must be going on, and that something seems to be that the red states are more appealing places to live than the blue states.

It’s sometimes said that “immigration is a form of flattery.” This applies, of course, to people coming to America. There must be something more attractive about America than their home countries. But the same principle applies to people who move from one place to another within America. There must be something more attractive to them about their new destinations than the places that they are leaving.

Consider Texas and California, which, at first glance, are quite similar in a number of respects. Both are large states, in terms of physical size and population. Both have substantial Hispanic populations. Historically, both were independent republics, even if for a brief time. Both were relatively unaffected by the Civil War, even though Texas, unlike California, was part of the Confederacy. Today, both have large industries such as agriculture, energy, biotech, and high-tech.

What differentiates the two states is just two things. California is a much more beautiful state and has, on the whole, much better weather. This should give California a natural advantage over Texas. Call it the sunshine plus. Texas, however, has conservative policies in both the economic and cultural realms. This seems to overcome the California advantage, since the movement is to Texas from California and not so much the other way.

Earlier, I mentioned state income taxes: Texas has none. Texas also has cheaper land values, so you can get more for your money when you buy a house. Everything from groceries to gas is markedly cheaper in Texas, which means that the family paycheck goes further. Texas is also a better-run state, which you can test by going to a DMV in California versus one in Texas. In California, you have to take the day off work because you could be there for hours; in Texas, you’re usually out with whatever you needed to get done within 30 minutes.

In La Jolla, California, I had a view of the ocean that I can’t replicate in Texas. But in Texas, I have a nice little mansion with a pool and waterfall in the backyard that reminds me of Hawaii. I don’t really miss the Pacific Ocean. It’s not just the economic benefits. Texans still have the spirit of the Alamo, the spirit of freedom, which gives daily life itself a more charged, vibrant quality.

California, by contrast, cultivates in its inhabitants today the spirit of dependency, the spirit of the leech and the parasite. California once had its own dream, the California dream, which was basically the California version of the American dream.

But increasingly, people living in blue America see their American dream passing away, and so they flee to red America, where they can live better and once again dream big dreams for themselves and their children.




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