Category: Immigration

Activists Hang ‘Refugees Welcome’ Sign From The Statue of Liberty (PHOTOS)

According to CBS News: The National Park Service is trying to figure out who unfurled a giant banner at the Statue of Liberty saying “Refugees Welcome.” Park Service spokesman Jerry Willis says the 3-by-20-foot banner was hung from the public observation deck at the top of the statue’s pedestal Tuesday afternoon. Park rangers determined it could be removed without damaging the statute and began the process of taking it down, CBS New York reports. The banner was taken down more than an hour later. “Affixing a banner to the national monument is strictly prohibited, and an investigation is underway...

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Poll: Majority Want Fewer Refugees, Support Donald Trump’s Migration Cuts

Another poll shows a majority of voters support President Donald Trump’s executive order curbing travelers from seven terror-exporting countries, and shows that a majority want fewer refugees imported into American communities overall. Pollsters found that 51 percent of respondents want the U.S. to accept fewer refugees than the 100,000 per year President Barack Obama wanted to import. Trump’s new White House plan trims that number to 50,000 per year. Fifty-three percent of respondents also support the Trump’s Executive Order banning all refugee resettlement from Syria and freezing refugee resettlement for 120 days, according to the poll, which was conducted for the Harvard...

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Mexico Issues Emergency Orders to Prepare for Mass US Exodus After Trump Elected

The electoral victory of Republican President-elect Donald Trump has foreign government officials scrambling to figure out what to do next in preparation for his proposed changes, perhaps none more so than those in the Mexican government. Trump ran and was elected in part on a promise to secure the southern border of the United States and to clamp down on illegal immigration flowing north from Mexico, a promise it would appear he intends to keep by all accounts. According to France24, this has officials in the Mexican Foreign Ministry issuing emergency orders to their diplomats in the U.S. to...

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DHS Sued for Ignoring Environmental Effects of Mass Immigration

A federal complaint has been filed against the U.S. Department of Homeland Security and Secretary Jeh Johnson for their “actions concern[ing] the entry and settlement of multitudinous foreign nationals into the United States.” The DHS, and Secretary Johnson (in his official capacity) have been sued for the damage that has been caused to citizens because of expansive immigration policies and lax enforcement, and for not conducting an environmental analysis of the effect of their policies. The plaintiffs want transparency from the federal government and environmentally informed decision-making. The nine plaintiffs urge that communities have been harmed and overwhelmed by school...

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Top Mexican Cartel Leaders Met at Texas Border on U.S. Election Day, Planned New Routes

MATAMOROS, Tamaulipas — The leaders of two of the most powerful drug cartels in Mexico gathered to strengthen alliances, draw new routes and territories for the smuggling of drugs, and discuss battle plans against shared rivals. Last week, while the world tuned in to the U.S. elections, the leaders of the Gulf Cartel in Matamoros met with their counterparts of the Los Zetas Vieja Escuela (Old School Z), in an effort to solidify an alliance dubbed the “Carteles Unidos” (United Cartels). Mexican federal intelligence officials separetly confirmed the accuracy of the meeting witness’ claim to Breitbart Texas. The meeting...

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