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  • Jussie Smollett Brothers Caught On Camera Buying Masks, Gloves for 'Attack'

    02/20/2019 2:48:32 PM PST · 59 of 81
    rxsid to Col Frank Slade; OrangeHoof
    "Where can I get me a ski mask & MAGA hat ?"

    Apparently, as a combo pack at your local five and dime on the south side.

  • Census: Highest immigrant population in 100 years, over half Latinos

    02/20/2019 2:42:40 PM PST · 17 of 24
    rxsid to Don Corleone; dragnet2
    And the number of foreign nationals in CA continues to increase."

    The number of foreign nationals in the country illegally are increasing faster in Texas, and then Arizona:

     

    In FY 2018, an average of more than 33,000 were apprehended on the southern border EVERY month. A small cities worth of population, month after month after month after month.

    Nearly 400,000 were caught FY 2018 alone.

    **** Keep in mind, these numbers represent those who were caught. How many were not caught? ****

    Southwest Apprehensions By Fiscal Year

      Total Apprehensions
    Sector FY 2018 FY 2017
    Big Bend TX 8,045 6,002
    Del Rio TX 15,833 13,476
    El Centro CA 29,230 18,633
    El Paso TX 31,561 25,193
    Laredo TX 32,641 25,460
    Rio Grande TX 162,262 137,562
    San Diego CA 38,591 26,086
    Tucson AZ 52,172 38,657
    Yuma AZ 26,244 12,847
    USBP Southwest Border Total 396,579 303,916

    https://www.cbp.gov/newsroom/stats/usbp-sw-border-apprehensions
    https://www.cbp.gov/newsroom/stats/usbp-sw-border-apprehensions-fy2017

    Texas apprehensions FY 2018 - 250,342
    Texas apprehensions FY 2017 - 207,693

    Arizona apprehensions FY 2018 - 78,416
    Arizona apprehensions FY 2017 - 51,504

    California apprehensions FY 2018 - 67,821
    California apprehensions FY 2017 - 44,719

    Note: For the Las Cruces (NM) station, see El Paso Sector.

  • Google says the built-in microphone it never told Nest users about...

    02/20/2019 9:08:08 AM PST · 18 of 37
    rxsid to rhombus10
    "Alexa wants me to talk. My phone wants me to talk. My laptop wants me to talk. My wife wants me to shut up."

    Now that right there is funny!

    These days, I would add car and TV as well.

  • Gillibrand To Activist: You’re Right, Border Wall Would Cut Off “Indigenous” People From The U.S.

    02/20/2019 9:01:29 AM PST · 10 of 22
    rxsid to SeekAndFind
    By “indigenous,” do they mean Europeans?

     

    It's a growing theory (though one clearly going against the PC winds), that "Europeans" migrated to the America's thousands of years before the "East Asians" did...and were either killed off by the larger migrating groups from east asia, or were "integrated" into their groups from east asia, occurring either in the America's and/or in Siberia.

     

    European style stone tools suggest Stone Age people actually discovered America
    By Bob Yirka | February 29, 2012

    "...Stone tools found recently in Delaware, Maryland and Virginia in the eastern United States, all appear to bear a striking resemblance to tools used by Stone Age peoples in early Europe, and have been dated to a time between 19,000 and 26,000 years ago, a period during which Stone Age people were making such tools, and long before the early Asians arrived.

    ...The evidence is further bolstered by the recent discovery that an ancient knife found in Virginia in 1971 was made of flint that originated from France.

    ...Stanford and Bradley also point out the lack of evidence of any human activity in the north-east part of Siberia or in Alaska any earlier than 15,500 years ago. And the reason early Asians won out, evolving into the people now called Native Americans, was because their window of opportunity was much wider, 15,000 years versus just 4500 for the early Europeans. Thus the original Native Americans were either assimilated or killed by the large numbers of migrating Asians. Evidence that it was likely the former has been found in the DNA of skeletons of North American Native American people. Also, the language of several Native American tribes doesn’t seem to have originated from Asia."
    https://phys.org/news/2012-02-european-style-stone-tools-age.html

    Stone-age Europeans 'were the first to set foot on North America'
    By Matthew Day | 4:12PM GMT 28 Feb 2012
    https://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/newstopics/howaboutthat/9110838/Stone-age-Europeans-were-the-first-to-set-foot-on-North-America.html

    Scientists have unearthed ancient artifacts that are upending the history of mankind
    By Dan Conover | June 13, 2012
    https://www.charlestoncitypaper.com/charleston/scientists-have-unearthed-ancient-artifacts-that-are-upending-the-history-of-mankind/Content?oid=4092912

    Out of Europe
    By Dan McLerran | Jun 1, 2013

    "...New excavations in the southeastern U.S. and the mid-Atlantic were yielding artifacts dated to pre-Clovis times. Sites like Meadowcroft Rock Shelter in Pennsylvania, Cactus Hill in Virginia, Miles Point and Oyster Cove on the Chesapeake Bay, as well as the offshore Cinmar site, to name but a few, all revealed lithic artifacts arguably dated thousands of years before the oldest Clovis points found across North America. And like the Cinmar point and other points uncovered throughout the eastern U.S. and at underwater locations off the eastern seaboard, the Solutrean assemblages found in Europe, and more specifically southwestern France and northeastern Spain, shared remarkably similar characteristics.

    “The majority of the oldest dated sites in the Americas with undisputed artifacts are in the Chesapeake Bay region,” maintains Stanford. “The artifacts from these LGM (the Last Glacial Maximum, between 26,000 and 20,000 years ago) sites are technological and functional equivalents of artifacts from the same period found in southwestern Europe and are not technologically or morphologically related to any east Asian technology."


    "Projectile points and their corresponding ages, found at sites in eastern North America. The first artifact on the far left represents a typical point of the Solutrean type, found in Europe. Courtesy Dennis Stanford"


    "The LGM ice cover in the North Atlantic at the time when Solutrean peoples are hypothesized to have crossed over from Europe to the Americas. Courtesy Dennis Stanford"


    "Map showing the exposed continental shelf along southwestern France and northwestern Spain, with known Solutrean sites. Also shown are concave based points from Spain, representing the types of artifacts of the period that show similarities to the Clovis and pre-Clovis artifacts found in eastern North America. Courtesy Dennis Stanford"


    "Distribution of known Solutrean-style laurel leaf biface artifacts in the mid atlantic coastal and continental shelf areas, showing extent of dry land during the LGM. Courtesy Dennis Stanford"
    https://popular-archaeology.com/article/out-of-europe/

     

    Ancient DNA Links Native Americans With Europe
    Michael Balter | 25 Oct 2013
    http://science.sciencemag.org/content/342/6157/409

  • Jussie Smollett Was Charged With And CONVICTED Of Lying To Police

    02/20/2019 8:59:19 AM PST · 16 of 26
    rxsid to montag813
    "And every thinking American is asking: why didn't the media report this before? "

    And every non thinker was saying yeah, he must be believed because of...well...his skin color and his sexual proclivities.

  • 25 MS-13 gang members deported from migrant caravan in Mexico, officials say

    02/19/2019 1:12:37 PM PST · 7 of 20
    rxsid to Steely Tom
    On a Typical Day in Fiscal Year 2017, CBP...

    CONDUCTED:

    • 851 apprehensions between U.S. ports of entry
    • 21 arrests of wanted criminals at U.S. ports of entry
    • 592 refusals of inadmissible persons at U.S. ports of entry

    SEIZED:

    • 5,863 pounds of narcotics; disrupted 222 pounds of narcotics
    • $265,205 in undeclared or illicit currency
    • $3.3 million worth of products with Intellectual Property Rights violations

    IDENTIFIED:

    • 1607 individuals with suspected national security concerns

    INTERCEPTED:

    • 12 fraudulent documents

    https://www.cbp.gov/newsroom/stats/typical-day-fy2017
  • How to STOP the 16-state Democrat lawsuit

    02/19/2019 9:46:43 AM PST · 18 of 51
    rxsid to 2harddrive
    "Texas has the superior interest over the 16 states that have sued the Executive Branch over the national emergency. "

    Got that right...Texas has the most ongoing illegal immigration:

     

    On a Typical Day in Fiscal Year 2017, CBP...

    CONDUCTED:

    • 851 apprehensions between U.S. ports of entry
    • 21 arrests of wanted criminals at U.S. ports of entry
    • 592 refusals of inadmissible persons at U.S. ports of entry

    SEIZED:

    • 5,863 pounds of narcotics; disrupted 222 pounds of narcotics
    • $265,205 in undeclared or illicit currency
    • $3.3 million worth of products with Intellectual Property Rights violations

    IDENTIFIED:

    • 1607 individuals with suspected national security concerns

    INTERCEPTED:

    • 12 fraudulent documents

    https://www.cbp.gov/newsroom/stats/typical-day-fy2017

     

    In FY 2018, an average of more than 33,000 were apprehended on the southern border EVERY month. A small cities worth of population, month after month after month after month.

    Nearly 400,000 were caught FY 2018 alone.

    **** Keep in mind, these numbers represent those who were caught. How many were not caught? ****

    Southwest Apprehensions By Fiscal Year

      Total Apprehensions
    Sector FY 2018 FY 2017
    Big Bend TX 8,045 6,002
    Del Rio TX 15,833 13,476
    El Centro CA 29,230 18,633
    El Paso TX 31,561 25,193
    Laredo TX 32,641 25,460
    Rio Grande TX 162,262 137,562
    San Diego CA 38,591 26,086
    Tucson AZ 52,172 38,657
    Yuma AZ 26,244 12,847
    USBP Southwest Border Total 396,579 303,916

    https://www.cbp.gov/newsroom/stats/usbp-sw-border-apprehensions
    https://www.cbp.gov/newsroom/stats/usbp-sw-border-apprehensions-fy2017

    Texas apprehensions FY 2018 - 250,342
    Texas apprehensions FY 2017 - 207,693

    Arizona apprehensions FY 2018 - 78,416
    Arizona apprehensions FY 2017 - 51,504

    California apprehensions FY 2018 - 67,821
    California apprehensions FY 2017 - 44,719

    Note: For the Las Cruces (NM) station, see El Paso Sector.

  • Demand Answers From Ilhar Omar

    02/19/2019 9:33:26 AM PST · 2 of 16
    rxsid to knarf

    #1 - Immigration reform, big time.

  • NM to sue Trump over emergency declaration

    02/18/2019 4:25:10 PM PST · 37 of 51
    rxsid to CedarDave
    "“As Attorney General of a border state, I am appalled that President Trump would bypass the rule of law, manufacture an ‘emergency,’ and weaken our national defense and readiness for a potential terrorist attack "

    What a fraud!

     

    On a Typical Day in Fiscal Year 2017, CBP...

    CONDUCTED:

    • 851 apprehensions between U.S. ports of entry
    • 21 arrests of wanted criminals at U.S. ports of entry
    • 592 refusals of inadmissible persons at U.S. ports of entry

    SEIZED:

    • 5,863 pounds of narcotics; disrupted 222 pounds of narcotics
    • $265,205 in undeclared or illicit currency
    • $3.3 million worth of products with Intellectual Property Rights violations

    IDENTIFIED:

    • 1607 individuals with suspected national security concerns

    INTERCEPTED:

    • 12 fraudulent documents

    https://www.cbp.gov/newsroom/stats/typical-day-fy2017

     

    In FY 2018, an average of more than 33,000 were apprehended on the southern border EVERY month. A small cities worth of population, month after month after month after month.

    Nearly 400,000 were caught FY 2018 alone.

    **** Keep in mind, these numbers represent those who were caught. How many were not caught? ****

    Southwest Apprehensions By Fiscal Year

      Total Apprehensions
    Sector FY 2018 FY 2017
    Big Bend TX 8,045 6,002
    Del Rio TX 15,833 13,476
    El Centro CA 29,230 18,633
    El Paso TX 31,561 25,193
    Laredo TX 32,641 25,460
    Rio Grande TX 162,262 137,562
    San Diego CA 38,591 26,086
    Tucson AZ 52,172 38,657
    Yuma AZ 26,244 12,847
    USBP Southwest Border Total 396,579 303,916

    https://www.cbp.gov/newsroom/stats/usbp-sw-border-apprehensions
    https://www.cbp.gov/newsroom/stats/usbp-sw-border-apprehensions-fy2017

    Texas apprehensions FY 2018 - 250,342
    Texas apprehensions FY 2017 - 207,693

    Arizona apprehensions FY 2018 - 78,416
    Arizona apprehensions FY 2017 - 51,504

    California apprehensions FY 2018 - 67,821
    California apprehensions FY 2017 - 44,719

    Note: For the Las Cruces (NM) station, see El Paso Sector.

  • Protests planned across US on Presidents Day in response to Trump's national emergency for border

    02/17/2019 6:31:12 PM PST · 35 of 80
    rxsid to Sub-Driver
    Anyone who doesn't see this as a national emergency is anti-American.

    On a Typical Day in Fiscal Year 2017, CBP...

    CONDUCTED:

    • 851 apprehensions between U.S. ports of entry
    • 21 arrests of wanted criminals at U.S. ports of entry
    • 592 refusals of inadmissible persons at U.S. ports of entry

    SEIZED:

    • 5,863 pounds of narcotics; disrupted 222 pounds of narcotics
    • $265,205 in undeclared or illicit currency
    • $3.3 million worth of products with Intellectual Property Rights violations

    IDENTIFIED:

    • 1607 individuals with suspected national security concerns

    INTERCEPTED:

    • 12 fraudulent documents

    https://www.cbp.gov/newsroom/stats/typical-day-fy2017

     

    In FY 2018, an average of more than 33,000 were apprehended on the southern border EVERY month. A small cities worth of population, month after month after month after month.

    Nearly 400,000 were caught FY 2018 alone.

    **** Keep in mind, these numbers represent those who were caught. How many were not caught? ****

    Southwest Apprehensions By Fiscal Year

      Total Apprehensions
    Sector FY 2018 FY 2017
    Big Bend TX 8,045 6,002
    Del Rio TX 15,833 13,476
    El Centro CA 29,230 18,633
    El Paso TX 31,561 25,193
    Laredo TX 32,641 25,460
    Rio Grande TX 162,262 137,562
    San Diego CA 38,591 26,086
    Tucson AZ 52,172 38,657
    Yuma AZ 26,244 12,847
    USBP Southwest Border Total 396,579 303,916

    https://www.cbp.gov/newsroom/stats/usbp-sw-border-apprehensions
    https://www.cbp.gov/newsroom/stats/usbp-sw-border-apprehensions-fy2017

    Texas apprehensions FY 2018 - 250,342
    Texas apprehensions FY 2017 - 207,693

    Arizona apprehensions FY 2018 - 78,416
    Arizona apprehensions FY 2017 - 51,504

    California apprehensions FY 2018 - 67,821
    California apprehensions FY 2017 - 44,719

    Note: For the Las Cruces (NM) station, see El Paso Sector.

  • Trump plans to use $8 billion to fund border wall, source says

    02/17/2019 5:34:20 PM PST · 187 of 188
    rxsid to Blogger
    On a Typical Day in Fiscal Year 2017, CBP...

    CONDUCTED:

    • 851 apprehensions between U.S. ports of entry
    • 21 arrests of wanted criminals at U.S. ports of entry
    • 592 refusals of inadmissible persons at U.S. ports of entry

    SEIZED:

    • 5,863 pounds of narcotics; disrupted 222 pounds of narcotics
    • $265,205 in undeclared or illicit currency
    • $3.3 million worth of products with Intellectual Property Rights violations

    IDENTIFIED:

    • 1607 individuals with suspected national security concerns

    INTERCEPTED:

    • 12 fraudulent documents

    https://www.cbp.gov/newsroom/stats/typical-day-fy2017

     

    In FY 2018, an average of more than 33,000 were apprehended on the southern border EVERY month. A small cities worth of population, month after month after month after month.

    Nearly 400,000 were caught FY 2018 alone.

    **** Keep in mind, these numbers represent those who were caught. How many were not caught? ****

    Southwest Apprehensions By Fiscal Year

      Total Apprehensions
    Sector FY 2018 FY 2017
    Big Bend TX 8,045 6,002
    Del Rio TX 15,833 13,476
    El Centro CA 29,230 18,633
    El Paso TX 31,561 25,193
    Laredo TX 32,641 25,460
    Rio Grande TX 162,262 137,562
    San Diego CA 38,591 26,086
    Tucson AZ 52,172 38,657
    Yuma AZ 26,244 12,847
    USBP Southwest Border Total 396,579 303,916

    https://www.cbp.gov/newsroom/stats/usbp-sw-border-apprehensions
    https://www.cbp.gov/newsroom/stats/usbp-sw-border-apprehensions-fy2017

    Texas apprehensions FY 2018 - 250,342
    Texas apprehensions FY 2017 - 207,693

    Arizona apprehensions FY 2018 - 78,416
    Arizona apprehensions FY 2017 - 51,504

    California apprehensions FY 2018 - 67,821
    California apprehensions FY 2017 - 44,719

    Note: For the Las Cruces (NM) station, see El Paso Sector.

  • Limbaugh: Immigration Is an Emergency — Our ‘Culture’ at Risk from ‘Parade of Illegal People...’

    02/17/2019 5:23:03 PM PST · 11 of 11
    rxsid to Altura Ct.
    Yes, this is a national emergency, particularly between ports of entry.

    On a Typical Day in Fiscal Year 2017, CBP...

    CONDUCTED:

    • 851 apprehensions between U.S. ports of entry
    • 21 arrests of wanted criminals at U.S. ports of entry
    • 592 refusals of inadmissible persons at U.S. ports of entry

    SEIZED:

    • 5,863 pounds of narcotics; disrupted 222 pounds of narcotics
    • $265,205 in undeclared or illicit currency
    • $3.3 million worth of products with Intellectual Property Rights violations

    IDENTIFIED:

    • 1607 individuals with suspected national security concerns

    INTERCEPTED:

    • 12 fraudulent documents

    https://www.cbp.gov/newsroom/stats/typical-day-fy2017

     

    In FY 2018, an average of more than 33,000 were apprehended on the southern border EVERY month. A small cities worth of population, month after month after month after month.

    Nearly 400,000 were caught FY 2018 alone.

    **** Keep in mind, these numbers represent those who were caught. How many were not caught? ****

    Southwest Apprehensions By Fiscal Year

      Total Apprehensions
    Sector FY 2018 FY 2017
    Big Bend TX 8,045 6,002
    Del Rio TX 15,833 13,476
    El Centro CA 29,230 18,633
    El Paso TX 31,561 25,193
    Laredo TX 32,641 25,460
    Rio Grande TX 162,262 137,562
    San Diego CA 38,591 26,086
    Tucson AZ 52,172 38,657
    Yuma AZ 26,244 12,847
    USBP Southwest Border Total 396,579 303,916

    https://www.cbp.gov/newsroom/stats/usbp-sw-border-apprehensions
    https://www.cbp.gov/newsroom/stats/usbp-sw-border-apprehensions-fy2017

    Texas apprehensions FY 2018 - 250,342
    Texas apprehensions FY 2017 - 207,693

    Arizona apprehensions FY 2018 - 78,416
    Arizona apprehensions FY 2017 - 51,504

    California apprehensions FY 2018 - 67,821
    California apprehensions FY 2017 - 44,719

    Note: For the Las Cruces (NM) station, see El Paso Sector.

  • Statement by the President-February 15, 2019

    02/17/2019 5:20:43 PM PST · 11 of 12
    rxsid to tech_rjmarce1
    This is clearly a national emergency (that's been going on for decades now)

    On a Typical Day in Fiscal Year 2017, CBP...

    CONDUCTED:

    • 851 apprehensions between U.S. ports of entry
    • 21 arrests of wanted criminals at U.S. ports of entry
    • 592 refusals of inadmissible persons at U.S. ports of entry

    SEIZED:

    • 5,863 pounds of narcotics; disrupted 222 pounds of narcotics
    • $265,205 in undeclared or illicit currency
    • $3.3 million worth of products with Intellectual Property Rights violations

    IDENTIFIED:

    • 1607 individuals with suspected national security concerns

    INTERCEPTED:

    • 12 fraudulent documents

    https://www.cbp.gov/newsroom/stats/typical-day-fy2017

     

    In FY 2018, an average of more than 33,000 were apprehended on the southern border EVERY month. A small cities worth of population, month after month after month after month.

    Nearly 400,000 were caught FY 2018 alone.

    **** Keep in mind, these numbers represent those who were caught. How many were not caught? ****

    Southwest Apprehensions By Fiscal Year

      Total Apprehensions
    Sector FY 2018 FY 2017
    Big Bend TX 8,045 6,002
    Del Rio TX 15,833 13,476
    El Centro CA 29,230 18,633
    El Paso TX 31,561 25,193
    Laredo TX 32,641 25,460
    Rio Grande TX 162,262 137,562
    San Diego CA 38,591 26,086
    Tucson AZ 52,172 38,657
    Yuma AZ 26,244 12,847
    USBP Southwest Border Total 396,579 303,916

    https://www.cbp.gov/newsroom/stats/usbp-sw-border-apprehensions
    https://www.cbp.gov/newsroom/stats/usbp-sw-border-apprehensions-fy2017

    Texas apprehensions FY 2018 - 250,342
    Texas apprehensions FY 2017 - 207,693

    Arizona apprehensions FY 2018 - 78,416
    Arizona apprehensions FY 2017 - 51,504

    California apprehensions FY 2018 - 67,821
    California apprehensions FY 2017 - 44,719

    Note: For the Las Cruces (NM) station, see El Paso Sector.

  • 6 illegal immigrants linked to Mexican cartel arrested in NC for drug trafficking operation, off...

    02/17/2019 5:16:20 PM PST · 25 of 32
    rxsid to jazusamo
    On a Typical Day in Fiscal Year 2017, CBP...

    CONDUCTED:

    • 851 apprehensions between U.S. ports of entry
    • 21 arrests of wanted criminals at U.S. ports of entry
    • 592 refusals of inadmissible persons at U.S. ports of entry

    SEIZED:

    • 5,863 pounds of narcotics; disrupted 222 pounds of narcotics
    • $265,205 in undeclared or illicit currency
    • $3.3 million worth of products with Intellectual Property Rights violations

    IDENTIFIED:

    • 1607 individuals with suspected national security concerns

    INTERCEPTED:

    • 12 fraudulent documents

    https://www.cbp.gov/newsroom/stats/typical-day-fy2017

     

    In FY 2018, an average of more than 33,000 were apprehended on the southern border EVERY month. A small cities worth of population, month after month after month after month.

    Nearly 400,000 were caught FY 2018 alone.

    **** Keep in mind, these numbers represent those who were caught. How many were not caught? ****

    Southwest Apprehensions By Fiscal Year

      Total Apprehensions
    Sector FY 2018 FY 2017
    Big Bend TX 8,045 6,002
    Del Rio TX 15,833 13,476
    El Centro CA 29,230 18,633
    El Paso TX 31,561 25,193
    Laredo TX 32,641 25,460
    Rio Grande TX 162,262 137,562
    San Diego CA 38,591 26,086
    Tucson AZ 52,172 38,657
    Yuma AZ 26,244 12,847
    USBP Southwest Border Total 396,579 303,916

    https://www.cbp.gov/newsroom/stats/usbp-sw-border-apprehensions
    https://www.cbp.gov/newsroom/stats/usbp-sw-border-apprehensions-fy2017

    Texas apprehensions FY 2018 - 250,342
    Texas apprehensions FY 2017 - 207,693

    Arizona apprehensions FY 2018 - 78,416
    Arizona apprehensions FY 2017 - 51,504

    California apprehensions FY 2018 - 67,821
    California apprehensions FY 2017 - 44,719

    Note: For the Las Cruces (NM) station, see El Paso Sector.

  • Trump, Biden in dead heat in hypothetical 2020 matchup among Texas voters

    02/17/2019 5:09:35 PM PST · 86 of 86
    rxsid to octex
    "Seems the apprehensions don’t mention New Mexico."

    The Las Cruces Station is part of the El Paso Sector Texas

     

    For further reading "enjoyment"...

    On a Typical Day in Fiscal Year 2017, CBP...

    CONDUCTED:

    • 851 apprehensions between U.S. ports of entry
    • 21 arrests of wanted criminals at U.S. ports of entry
    • 592 refusals of inadmissible persons at U.S. ports of entry

    SEIZED:

    • 5,863 pounds of narcotics; disrupted 222 pounds of narcotics
    • $265,205 in undeclared or illicit currency
    • $3.3 million worth of products with Intellectual Property Rights violations

    IDENTIFIED:

    • 1607 individuals with suspected national security concerns

    INTERCEPTED:

    • 12 fraudulent documents

    https://www.cbp.gov/newsroom/stats/typical-day-fy2017
  • The Post&Email News Site Contacts House Oversight Committee on Obama Birth Certificate Fraud

    02/17/2019 4:42:41 PM PST · 40 of 41
    rxsid to TigersEye; CDR Kerchner
    "0bama submitted two frauds to the American public. First it was a phony Certificate of Live Birth and then the Birth Certificate. Also phony as a three dollar bill."

    Yabut, aren't all "official" government docs created with smiley faces that certify the "Absract Of TXE Record"?

     

    I find this to be more convincing:

  • Pictured: The woman who is facing an assault charge for attacking Kellyanne Conway (KOOK)

    02/17/2019 1:45:37 PM PST · 13 of 50
    rxsid to FenwickBabbitt
    "Rule one for understanding leftists is that they normally are about as hypocritical as human beings can be and are the opposite of all they claim they are fighting for"

    Exactly.

  • Pictured: The woman who is facing an assault charge for attacking Kellyanne Conway (KOOK)

    02/17/2019 1:44:38 PM PST · 10 of 50
    rxsid to Libloather

    DailyMail.com is picturing Beth Inabinett, 63, for the first time. She faces a March trial in Maryland for second-degree assault related to an alleged physical attack on White House counselor Kellyanne Conway.

     


    This photo shows Inabinett (circled) and her husband Andy Sharpless (the tall man at center-right) during a 2013 family reunion at a Maryland Quaker meeting house that teaches nonviolence.

  • Trump, Biden in dead heat in hypothetical 2020 matchup among Texas voters

    02/16/2019 4:33:59 PM PST · 43 of 86
    rxsid to GuavaCheesePuff; butlerweave
    "Texas’ demographics.
    Don’t laugh but demographics might be destiny.
    Trump should campaign more in Texas.
    Demographics have changed America since the early 2000s.
    This is no joke.
    "

    Your right, and people who laugh at this notion do so without knowing what's going on.

    How the race between Ted Cruz and Beto O'Rourke became the closest in Texas in 40 years
    by Patrick Svitek and Abby Livingston Nov. 9, 2018

    "...O'Rourke fell roughly 220,000 votes short out of 8.3 million of unseating Cruz, closer to winning a statewide office than any Texas Democrat in a generation."

    That is just insane, for a nutbar like Be To O'Rourke to come so close to unseating Cruz. I know some will say Cruz isn't their ideal candidate. There really is no such thing as a candidate you'll agree with 100% of the time...unless you yourself run for office. But to have Cruz come within ~2.5% of loosing to that guy should be a wakeup call.

     

    And then there is this...

     

    In FY 2018, an average of more than 33,000 were apprehended on the southern border EVERY month. A small cities worth of population, month after month after month after month.

    Nearly 400,000 were caught FY 2018 alone.

    **** Keep in mind, these numbers represent those who were caught. How many were not caught? ****

    Southwest Apprehensions By Fiscal Year

      Total Apprehensions
    Sector FY 2018 FY 2017
    Big Bend TX 8,045 6,002
    Del Rio TX 15,833 13,476
    El Centro CA 29,230 18,633
    El Paso TX 31,561 25,193
    Laredo TX 32,641 25,460
    Rio Grande TX 162,262 137,562
    San Diego CA 38,591 26,086
    Tucson AZ 52,172 38,657
    Yuma AZ 26,244 12,847
    USBP Southwest Border Total 396,579 303,916

    https://www.cbp.gov/newsroom/stats/usbp-sw-border-apprehensions
    https://www.cbp.gov/newsroom/stats/usbp-sw-border-apprehensions-fy2017

    Texas apprehensions FY 2018 - 250,342
    Texas apprehensions FY 2017 - 207,693

    Arizona apprehensions FY 2018 - 78,416
    Arizona apprehensions FY 2017 - 51,504

    California apprehensions FY 2018 - 67,821
    California apprehensions FY 2017 - 44,719

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