Dems, opponents of the Census citizenship question have won the battle – and lost the war

One way or another, Americans are going to find out whether it’s really true that the illegal alien population has somehow stayed at 11 million for decades despite the hundreds of thousands of new illegal immigrants who cross the border every year, or whether researchers at Yale and MIT were correct when they determined that there are actually between 16.5 million and 29.1 million illegal aliens residing in our country.

Pres. Trump retweets report that Mueller deleted Strzok and Page text messages

The president takes a jab at Robert Mueller, after a Judicial Watch report revealed he may have deleted text messages between former FBI officials Peter Strzok and Lisa Page.On Twitter Saturday, the president called the move “one of the most horrible abuses of all.”He went on to say “those texts would have told the whole story,” and blasted Mueller for “illegally” deleting them.

Source: Pres. Trump retweets report Mueller deleted Strzok, page text messages | One America News Network

Top Government Media Network Official, Author of “Vying for Allah’s Vote,” Guilty of Stealing $40,000 – Judicial Watch

In the latest scandal to rock the U.S. government’s international media networks, the Obama-appointed chief’s right hand man has pleaded guilty to stealing tens of thousands of dollars from the government. The disgraced senior government official at the U.S. Agency for Global Media (USAGM), Haroon K. Ullah, admitted that he fraudulently obtained $40,000 in government funds by falsifying hotel invoices, fake taxi receipts and by billing Uncle Sam for personal travel.

Additionally, Ullah admitted that he created a falsified letter from a real medical doctor purportedly claiming that Ullah needed to fly in business class at government expense because of a sore knee,” according to a Justice Department statement.

By submitting the forged letter from the doctor, Ullah fraudulently obtained costly business class upgrades at government expense, including on lengthy international flights. Ullah admitted to creating many of the false documents on his government-issued laptop computer.”

Source: Top Government Media Network Official, Author of “Vying for Allah’s Vote,” Guilty of Stealing $40,000 – Judicial Watch

Trump Administration Hasn’t Briefed Congress on New Rules for Cyberattacks, Lawmakers Say – WSJ

“The Wall Street Journal first reported last year that Mr. Trump had rescinded the Obama-era rules, known as Presidential Policy Directive 20, and replaced them with new guidance intended to empower the Defense Department with more autonomy and flexibility when launching offensive cyber strikes.

The move, though shrouded in secrecy, prompted general praise, even from Democrats in Congress and former Obama administration officials who conceded the previous process was overly bureaucratic and rarely yielded a worthwhile result.”

Separating Kids at Border: The Truth | National Review

“The criminal proceedings are exceptionally short, assuming there is no aggravating factor such as a prior illegal entity or another crime. The migrants generally plead guilty, and they are then sentenced to time served, typically all in the same day, although practices vary along the border. After this, they are returned to the custody of ICE.

If the adult then wants to go home, in keeping with the expedited order of removal that is issued as a matter of course, it’s relatively simple. The adult should be reunited quickly with his or her child, and the family returned home as a unit. In this scenario, there’s only a very brief separation.”

Trump moves to end asylum protections for Central Americans

“According to a new rule published in the Federal Register , asylum seekers who pass through another country first will be ineligible for asylum at the U.S. southern border. The rule, expected to go into effect Tuesday, also applies to children who have crossed the border alone.

There are some exceptions: If someone has been trafficked, if the country the migrant passed through did not sign one of the major international treaties that govern how refugees are managed (though most Western countries have signed them) or if an asylum-seeker sought protection in a country but was denied, then a migrant could still apply for U.S. asylum.”