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"dale wilcox" Discussed on The Doug Collins Podcast

The Doug Collins Podcast

05:54 min | 4 months ago

"dale wilcox" Discussed on The Doug Collins Podcast

"World of investments. We're getting ready now. The spring season is upon us and it is cyclical at the border spring summer. You see a lot more moving forward is just a normal cycle time. And the Biden administration is lifting the title 42 restrictions. And this is about health. We talked about this just a minute ago. Explain to the listener what that actually means why it was put into place. And why you're getting and frankly, I've heard both Democrats and, you know, you got a lot of Democrat backlash now from some senators, especially in the border states and all criticizing this decision. Talk about that decision for a minute and how it came about. The process start with with Tata four two and then how Biden is unraveling that. Sure. Title 42, we have a law that states that the CDC can issue in order to help emergency shut down the border. They can exclude anyone. And let me say from the beginning here, no one has a right to immigrate into the United States. That's a privilege that we grant to people. Okay, no one has a right. So there is no human right to migrate to the United States. So we can shut down our board. They almost stop you right there because we think you brought up a great point. I don't want to miss it, okay? So they come back. This is what you hear from a lot of liberals in Congress though. They classify folks coming in illegally from countries and name the country. And they're changing it from an immigration issue to an asylum issue. In which they have the right to asylum. Explain that difference to our listeners. Yeah, well, our law is very specific regarding asylum and refugee status. There are only 5 grounds that you can claim. For asylum. You have to be persecuted by your government, so to claim a sound. You can not claim a solid because, oh, there's too much crime in my country. I want a better job. There's too much gang violence. Those are not legitimate grounds to claim asylum. You have to claim that your government is persecuting you based on one of 5 grounds. Your religion, your ethnic ethnicity. Your political point of views. So most of the people coming into the country do not qualify for asylum. Once you get here, you have a right to request asylum, but you don't have some kind of human right to asylum in the United States. You can request asylum under our law. If you qualify, you will be granted. But you know what? 89% of people who come here who have come here claiming asylum don't qualify in the court immigration courts do not eventually end up granting them a soil. So only 11% of the people who apply are eventually granted. But regarding title 42, we have a law that states entitled 42 of the U.S. code. That states that our public health officials can close down the border. If there's a health emergency. Well, in 2020, president Trump closed down all our borders, northern and southern border because of COVID, the pandemic. COVID-19. That order has stayed in place. Now, Biden gutted the order somewhat when he came into office and he said it didn't apply to unaccompanied alien children. And by children, what they call children are 17 year old, 16 year olds, 15 year olds that we've seen gang, age youth coming across the border, make up most of the UAC's. So Biden has decided that on May 23, he's ending the title 42 order or his CDC is ending the title 42 order. We have been turning around more than 50% of the illegal aliens who have come to our border in the last year under title 42. Last year, we saw a record 2.2 million illegal aliens apprehended at the border. That's not counting to 500,000 got away. That's in addition to the 500,000 got away. So we had 2.2 million. Well, more than 50% of those individuals, the 2.2 million, were turned back under this title 42 order that the CDC issued under Trump. Biden is looking at ending that. So what are we looking at now? Today, we're seeing about 8000 illegal aliens per day come across the border. Immigration officials are telling us it's likely to go as high as 18,000 a day. If Biden ends this order. And in fact, they're talking about last month, our sources inside DHS are telling us that we top 200,000 people apprehended at the border. In fact, the number I saw was 209,000. That would be a record in the history of the United States. 209,000 last month. They are saying that if he ends title 42, we are going to see numbers like 500,000 a month. Encountered at the border..

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Dale Wilcox: What Immigrants Can and Cannot Claim Asylum For

The Doug Collins Podcast

02:02 min | 4 months ago

Dale Wilcox: What Immigrants Can and Cannot Claim Asylum For

"Let me say from the beginning here, no one has a right to immigrate into the United States. That's a privilege that we grant to people. Okay, no one has a right. So there is no human right to migrate to the United States. So we can shut down our board. They almost stop you right there because we think you brought up a great point. I don't want to miss it, okay? So they come back. This is what you hear from a lot of liberals in Congress though. They classify folks coming in illegally from countries and name the country. And they're changing it from an immigration issue to an asylum issue. In which they have the right to asylum. Explain that difference to our listeners. Yeah, well, our law is very specific regarding asylum and refugee status. There are only 5 grounds that you can claim. For asylum. You have to be persecuted by your government, so to claim a sound. You can not claim a solid because, oh, there's too much crime in my country. I want a better job. There's too much gang violence. Those are not legitimate grounds to claim asylum. You have to claim that your government is persecuting you based on one of 5 grounds. Your religion, your ethnic ethnicity. Your political point of views. So most of the people coming into the country do not qualify for asylum. Once you get here, you have a right to request asylum, but you don't have some kind of human right to asylum in the United States. You can request asylum under our law. If you qualify, you will be granted. But you know what? 89% of people who come here who have come here claiming asylum don't qualify in the court immigration courts do not eventually end up granting them a soil.

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"dale wilcox" Discussed on The Doug Collins Podcast

The Doug Collins Podcast

03:33 min | 4 months ago

"dale wilcox" Discussed on The Doug Collins Podcast

"Health risks. Now, when mandates are being handed down for Americans and we still can't fly without mass on airplanes, the Biden administration has released COVID positive individuals into the United States. I've heard the number as high as 40,000. And they are not required to get vaccinated and they're just released throughout the country. So health wise, we've seen a rise in measles. We got rid of the measles in 2000. 2000 we eradicated the measles, but it's making a resurgence. It's coming back. So there's a health risk. When you have people coming across the border who aren't screened, and anyone who's been through our legal system with immigration. No, you have to go to a doctor. You have to have tests. You have to have a TV test to prove you don't have TV. Illegal aliens just come across and they're intermingling and their kids are being sent into our schools immediately. So it's a health risk. It's a national security risk. Crime is rising. And I think the one and on drugs, drugs pouring across the border. With a porous border, we've seen rises and deaths is specifically a 100,000 deaths last year because of drug overdoses. And now fentanyl, which comes as principally comes across the southern border, sentinel is the number one cause of death for people ages of 18 to 45. Number one cause of death. So everyone should be interested in this. Taxpayers. If you're just, you know, you feel that you don't live near the border. All this doesn't affect me. Well, first of all, Biden is flying those people into your backyard in midnight flight. So you should be interested. But taxpayers are getting soaked. Having to pay higher taxes to for government services to educate the illegal alien children because of a terrible Supreme Court decision many years ago that said that K through 12 education has to be free for illegal aliens. So this affects everyday Americans all taxpayers. It does, and I think going back to that one case is amazing. I remember years ago in discussion, some of these issues that that case, in particular, concerning education was one of the most, you know, the controversial issues and it's been around for decades now. And it's sort of gotten lost in the premise of all the other problems that we have now of lack of enforcement and movement. You know, let's put this in perspective. Because I mean, I think I don't want it to seem like it's become commonplace, but I think so many people have heard crosses at the border across the border that I want to give it a context. There is no other industrialized country. Western country Easter even industrialized mainline country that has a border issue like we do, is there. No, there isn't. There isn't. But I suppose in a way that says something about our system about our standard of life here, people are literally dying to come to this country to join to experience the American Dream. But no other industrialized country would put up with this. And.

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Dale Wilcox: Illegal Aliens Are a Health Risk & Security Risk to All

The Doug Collins Podcast

01:50 min | 4 months ago

Dale Wilcox: Illegal Aliens Are a Health Risk & Security Risk to All

"So health wise, we've seen a rise in measles. We got rid of the measles in 2000. 2000 we eradicated the measles, but it's making a resurgence. It's coming back. So there's a health risk. When you have people coming across the border who aren't screened, and anyone who's been through our legal system with immigration. No, you have to go to a doctor. You have to have tests. You have to have a TV test to prove you don't have TV. Illegal aliens just come across and they're intermingling and their kids are being sent into our schools immediately. So it's a health risk. It's a national security risk. Crime is rising. And I think the one and on drugs, drugs pouring across the border. With a porous border, we've seen rises and deaths is specifically a 100,000 deaths last year because of drug overdoses. And now fentanyl, which comes as principally comes across the southern border, sentinel is the number one cause of death for people ages of 18 to 45. Number one cause of death. So everyone should be interested in this. Taxpayers. If you're just, you know, you feel that you don't live near the border. All this doesn't affect me. Well, first of all, Biden is flying those people into your backyard in midnight flight. So you should be interested. But taxpayers are getting soaked. Having to pay higher taxes to for government services to educate the illegal alien children because of a terrible Supreme Court decision many years ago that said that K through 12 education has to be free for illegal aliens. So this affects everyday Americans all taxpayers.

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"dale wilcox" Discussed on The Doug Collins Podcast

The Doug Collins Podcast

04:01 min | 4 months ago

"dale wilcox" Discussed on The Doug Collins Podcast

"All right, hey everybody. Great show today. One of the biggest problems we've got going on right now and it's the least reported problem that we have right now is the problem we're having on the border. Our southern border. Well, I guess it depends on if it's a problem depending on your perspective because on Dallas, not a it's not a problem to the Biden administration. In fact, the Biden administration, if you judge by vice president Harris, has no idea where the southern border is, much less wanting to fix it. As ranking member of the House judiciary committee and being on that committee for a long time, our primary focus in our committee was immigration law and I can tell you that what's going on on the border right now is a travesty. What is happening is the national security risk and we are in we've got to fix this. And the mainstream media will not talk about this. We're going to have a chance to talk today about our immigration problem and I'm excited to have Dale Wilcox from here from immigration reform law institute. Got a good friend of both of ours, Tom hollands, who's been on this show many times in Tom and I go back a long ways, let's just say, as you well know, folks here listen to podcast Tom's a little bit passionate about this issue. So he works with this group and Dale and his group have been out show fighting in the front lines this bringing lawsuits against the Biden administration winning these lawsuits. And I just want to put it today this we get are able to use your listening to this podcast. I want you to put a perspective on just how bad our southern border has become and a little less than 14 months. He's getting ready to get worse. So welcome Dale, glad to have you as part of the podcast today. Let's get started. First talk about your organization and what y'all do and how it affects this. Sure. We've been around since 1986 and we are the only not for profit law firm in the country that focuses solely on immigration issues. And we come at this from a rule of law point of view, there are battalion of attorneys on the other side of the issue. In the ACLU, the sblc and I could go on and on and on, who are for or against borders and would prefer to fling open the doors and just let anyone in. And we are the only group that is for pro enforcement of the law. And during Trump's administration over his four years, we filed more than a 180 court briefs all around the country. So we were every time you saw a lawsuit pop up by the ACLU at all. We were there and defending the administration. We have several program programs in our in our group. Principally are a law firm and we litigate, but also importantly during the Trump administration, they rewrote a lot of regulations that put Americans first. And we were there helping them write those regulations and then when they were called for notice and comment, we found comments on those regulations, defending them in court, so we were very busy during the Trump years because the opposition had lost their minds. And we're suing him left and right. And liberal courts getting wins in the lower courts. But thankfully, when we got up to the courts of appeal and the Supreme Court, we won most cases. And then now we find ourselves in a very different situation where Biden has taken the most secure border that has existed in my lifetime and probably the history of the United States. And has wrecked it. And as you stated in very short order, we now have a crisis on the border. So we have gone from defending great policies, policies that worked under the Trump administration to today, we are assuming the Biden administration for dumping those policies that worked..

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Dale Wilcox: Getting to Know the Immigration Reform Law Institute

The Doug Collins Podcast

01:51 min | 4 months ago

Dale Wilcox: Getting to Know the Immigration Reform Law Institute

"All right, hey everybody. Great show today. One of the biggest problems we've got going on right now and it's the least reported problem that we have right now is the problem we're having on the border. Our southern border. Well, I guess it depends on if it's a problem depending on your perspective because on Dallas, not a it's not a problem to the Biden administration. In fact, the Biden administration, if you judge by vice president Harris, has no idea where the southern border is, much less wanting to fix it. As ranking member of the House judiciary committee and being on that committee for a long time, our primary focus in our committee was immigration law and I can tell you that what's going on on the border right now is a travesty. What is happening is the national security risk and we are in we've got to fix this. And the mainstream media will not talk about this. We're going to have a chance to talk today about our immigration problem and I'm excited to have Dale Wilcox from here from immigration reform law institute. Got a good friend of both of ours, Tom hollands, who's been on this show many times in Tom and I go back a long ways, let's just say, as you well know, folks here listen to podcast Tom's a little bit passionate about this issue. So he works with this group and Dale and his group have been out show fighting in the front lines this bringing lawsuits against the Biden administration winning these lawsuits. And I just want to put it today this we get are able to use your listening to this podcast. I want you to put a perspective on just how bad our southern border has become and a little less than 14 months. He's getting ready to get

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"dale wilcox" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

06:19 min | 2 years ago

"dale wilcox" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"N Washington comes coming up. 27 5, Virginia House Republican leader Gilbert will be with 7 35 Media reporter Jo concept from the 805. Susan Eisenhower is here. She's the granddaughter of President Dwight D. Eisenhower at 8 15 become weather with great Veronica Johnson convinced colonies with Mary Walter. Good morning to you. Joining us now is Dale Wilcox, Dale's the executive director of the Immigration Reform Law Institute, Dale Good morning. Welcome to mornings on them all. Good morning now. Fairfax County, Virginia, Montgomery County, Maryland, Baltimore in the news just recently because they're not honoring ice detainers. You got Fairfax County with over 900 illegals not detained and and released. You have it happening in Baltimore Naza, said. Montgomery County None of Was, I believe are declared sanctuaries. But but this is happening. What does that do to those communities and what kind of people are being released? Right? Well, what it does to the communities is makes them more dangerous. They've become hotbeds of 13 activity and and ah, criminal element. The sanctuary policy sermon. Fairfax County has not officially declared that their sanctuary county in fact, if you go to their website even say that we haven't declared ourselves to be a sanctuary. But their policies betray them. Just this past June, they doubled down on their sanctuary policies and passed a ban. Their police officers can I officers can't enter their county police buildings. In addition, they have encouraged their local police to release individuals on summonses rather than arresting and booking them. Because what happens when they're booked? Their fingerprints are sent to the FBI and the F B. I shared that with VHS. And if they're an illegal alien VHS will send what's called a detainer requests to the local jail and say, Hey, if you're going to release these people back into the community, hold them for us because we're coming coming to pick them up so that we can remove him from the country. Well, Fairfax County as you noted for the past two years, Has this honored over 900 detainer requests from ice. In other words, they've released 900 criminals back into the community, Teo, you know, commit further crimes and prey on citizens. How many ice detainers have they honored? 14 14 and yeah, and here's their policy. Let me break this down for people. The only reason that they complied with 14 is it met their their policy What their policy faces if ice comes to us with a judicial warrant a warrant signed by a judge. From like an article three court. You know, we will honor that, uh, that the criminal warrant. Immigration is a civil offense. Okay, so eyes. There is no process under our immigration law for ice to get A criminal warrant. For these aliens. The process is a civil process. Well, those 14 were probably had warrants from DOJ. They committed a federal crime. So there was a criminal warrant at a company that ice detainer requests. That's the only reason they complied with. Those 14 cannot get criminal warrants. In immigration cases. There is no process for that. Madam are Fairfax County. Forgive me, Montgomery County, another terrible sanctuary city. But Fairfax County knows that And that's why they've instituted this policy. Come to us with a judicial warrant, a criminal warrant and we'll we'll hold them for you, but otherwise we're not cooperating. So s so they've set up basically a situation which which cannot a task, which cannot be completed. You have to get the witch's broom where the golden fleece or something like that, And it's an impossible task. So what is that doing? No. Two to Fairfax, having these people who are being released. Are they Rica? Are they committing more crimes? Oh, absolutely. Just one month after in January, 2018 the sheriff there sent digest the letters that were no longer going to cooperate with immigration authorities or we're cancelling our agreement with you to cooperate. Just a month after they dropped that agreement, 11 alleged Mm 13 gang members from El Salvador were charged with murdering a 14 year old. A 17 year old and burying them in a Fairfax County park way we see here recently, Another illegal alien was pled guilty and was convicted of brutally attacking, raping and murdering a 17 year old girl in Fairfax County. The sanctuary policies are lawless, and they just breed lawlessness. And as usual with liberal policies, they they hurt the communities that they purport to protect. So the effect is what you're doing is releasing people who've already been arrested for a crime that doesn't even include their status in the country. It's some other crime that they've committed while they're here, and then they're sent back to these communities disproportionately of illegal immigrants to hurt those communities, right Yeah, I mean, legal immigrants and even illegal immigrants don't want the people released back into the community. We always hear the talking point that Oh, you know, if we crack down on if we cooperate with ice and turn these people over victims of crime and witnesses of crime will not come forward. That's absolutely not true. They don't want these criminals in their community. They want them shipped out. They want them deported just as much as we do. Yeah, well, that's the whole stereotype in the soft racism of the left. Dell Wilcox. Thank you so much. We appreciate you have a fantastic whatever is left of your week. Okay. Thank you. My pleasure. 6, 43 and W E mail. Washington comes to talk. I am an American.

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"dale wilcox" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

04:08 min | 2 years ago

"dale wilcox" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"Is on the mall. What is the Black lives matter Movement done to America and howto Amir. Americans feel about it now, and also will be joined by Dale Wilcox from the immigration reform law Instant to talk about areas in our area who are not cooperating with Isis. What that's doing to the crime rate. It's six o'clock. Woodbridge down more than ever on 105.9 FM M A L A cumulus stations news now. W E Mail news at six. Good morning, everyone I'm John Matthews. We've known for some time that police used smoke and chemical irritant to help clear out Lafayette Park in advance of President Trump's photo appearance at ST John's Church back in June. Now a military whistle blower says federal officials were looking to use less conventional devices to clear the crowd, including one that emits deafening sounds and another. That leaves its targets feeling as if their skin was burning. DC National Guard Major Adam DeMarco told Congress in sworn testimony he was asked by federal officials of his unit had access to those devices, and he said they did not the latter device known as a heat. Ray was developed to disperse large crowds in the early 2000 but was shelved amid concerns about its effect. Iveness safety and the ethics of using it on human beings. Montgomery County Executive Marquel Ridge says he's in no hurry to see the county follow the rest of the state and enter phase three of reopening, though he is allowing some relief performances under under the following conditions. Performances must hear to the fifth person gathering restrictions. Will be a possibility, the castings, crew and staff recounted. Separately, Governor Larry Hogan is also holding the line, resisting pressure from restaurant owners to increase indoors feeding from 50 to 75%. Hogan says medical experts are telling him that's just not a good idea. Arlington has thrown in the towel on trying to enforce the sidewalk crowding ordinance that sought to keep people from congregating outside bars and restaurants as they waited for tables. County officials say they tried to keep groups from gathering more than three at a time along Clarendon Bullet. Guard on busy weekend nights, but it simply wasn't working. The only option police would have had otherwise would be a handout hundreds of citation tonight In the end, they didn't hand out any. The Virginia attorney general's office is asking the state Supreme Court and not to hear the appeal of Kanye West have his name placed on the Virginia presidential ballot, saying it could wreck havoc with absentee voting set to start this Friday, The rappers bid to be placed on the ballot was thrown out after a judge ruled that West campaign used fraudulent means to try and get on the ballot. The attorney general's office says West is simply too late. The ballot has been sent to the printer full season started late in Montgomery County, this number so the county's decided some of its outdoor pools. Khun stay open late as well that the German town Martin or King and weaken Glenmont will will stay open for October. 4th with modified schedule, Carmen Barrios Martinez with Montgomery County Rec Department says pools will likely not be grounded. Numbers have been down from our typical summer. Others and that was expected. We have capacity numbers in place that are far lower than typical capacity during a normal summer, and you do have to wear your mask when you're not in the water. Barbara Brit W M A. L E W M a l dot com Checking your money that down futures down 257 points this morning. The NASDAQ futures down 108 in sports the National Boa to one lead in the ninth only to win in the 10th on a two run homer by rookie Luis Garcia. They beat the raise for to do I'll speak to Braves with the Big 10 bringing back football. Maryland is ramping its program back up to speed coach Mike Locksley. I could tell you, every member of our team are excited about these opportunities, but also very grateful and thankful. To the Big 10 commissioner administrators as long as our people here on campus who played a major role in getting us back on the field, WN L News time is 604 up next traffic and weather his mornings on the mall continues. I am Dennis Miller from the Dennis Miller option,.

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"dale wilcox" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

06:25 min | 2 years ago

"dale wilcox" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"Radio app. We having a good Monday. Last things going on, There is definitely news out of the Supreme Court. And I'm not gonna spend much time on that today because there is more to come tomorrow, obviously very, very closely watched decision with regard to the president's tax returns. S o tomorrow afternoon. We're actually gonna be joined by Ah legal analyst who has significant experience of litigating cases, not to December of the ones that That that we're decided today. Brad Ben Brooke. Local attorney will join us tomorrow and talk about all things Supreme Court because it's there is some news being made clearly, and I'll tell you that. The president's tax return question looks to me like it's going to come down. I would not be surprised to see a split, where for criminal investigation, criminal prosecution purposes. In meeting the threshold for a warrant. There may be cases in which those could be made public for that sole purpose. Um That. Of course, there would be expectations as Teo confidentiality on that. As for the congressional Ah, reach on the tax returns of the president any president, I think it's highly improbable. We'll know. Tomorrow We'll have the answer to that. We'll get into the some of the the background on this. We work our way through the program tomorrow. Anytime we get a lot of things to get to today, this jumped out at me. There is obviously there's some changes in recent days. Regarding immigration and customs enforcement, because right now there is a there is the ability to toe actually get a visa specifically to for the purpose of attending school in the United States, and they are widely used. Not a not a does not seem to be a particularly difficult threshold to meet to get those visas. I believed in F one visa. And if you spend any time in any universities in state of California, you have certainly seen an abundance of people, especially back in the 19 seventies and eighties, not to date myself. But it was very obvious that you had a significant number of Ford instead. Foreign students studying on California campuses So and of course, I'm sure that's replicated across the country. But what has happened now is ice has announced. That that because so many students Are not going to be attending physically attending classes not showing up to class because of the shutdown of the classes because of The covert 19 virus. The decision on the part of ice immigrations and custom enforcement. Is to exercise the regulation that could result in the deportations of internal students on those F one visas. And they say, Ah, this I mean, it looks as though that's the plan. This is the announcement was made earlier this week. So what has happened as a result of that is hundreds of students at the University of California, Berkeley. No doubt we have alarms in the audience are planning Teo to create an in person course. Solely to circumvent new U S Immigration and Customs Enforcement law. And so that's what this group has come up with there. They there. It's a bogus class by any. I think any reasonable fair analysis is not a legitimate class it would be taught by would be taught by students, not teachers. It was thrown together very quickly, and they actually let their thoughts be known. The plan with clearly would run a foul of immigration law. If enacted in his current form, was actually put together in just two hours after I CE announced Monday that foreign students in the country are required to take some in person instruction. Or they will not be allowed to Ah, legally remain in the country. And there there is a basic fundamental element of reasonableness. Their right. The the reason for allowing students to come to the U. S on these F one visas is to attend class. If you can attend that class now from anywhere in the world, Elektronik Lee Does that obviate the need for that visa If they're going to be no in person classes, no legitimate in person classes. Is that a reasonable determination for ice to make So now these students air, creating a one unit in person student run class to help international students avoid deportation. On bears actually, a post, a Berkeley urban studies student wrote in a now deleted tweet. Saying I love my school. Sometimes the tweet was shared more than 25,000 times before it was taken down at linked a longer Facebook post stating that a member of the Berkeley community had quote found a faculty member. Who will sponsor this end quote. The Facebook Post clearly declared that the proposed course was not intended to serve a broader educational purpose for the student body and is on ly for students who are international and need a physical component to remain in the United States. A syllabus was being drafted, according to the post. The Post also stated that the course would likely be run through an answer and through the anthropology department, although the specifics of the courses, substance and subject matter did not appear to concern Most of the students discussing the matter online. The duplicity of this case is staggering, says Dale Wilcox, executive director and general counsel of the Immigration Reform Law Institute. Is. Is there all too eager to aid foreign nationals envoy in avoiding compliance with our federal immigration laws? They also rely on on expect millions of federal government dollars to underwrite their operations, including Bloated administration faculty salaries. The Trump Administration should explore all options. Tio hold colleges accountable for this conduct. So, says Dale Wilcox again, he's the executive director and general counsel. Of the Immigration Reform Law Institute. So it seems obvious on his face. And and I understand that there is ah, strong desire on the part of people all around the world to get to the United States of America and F one visa has been a reliable means by which to accomplish that. Ah, but now that the classes are no longer being held in person. The curriculum, if they're studying has now transition because of covert 19 To online learning..

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"dale wilcox" Discussed on WDRC

WDRC

03:07 min | 2 years ago

"dale wilcox" Discussed on WDRC

"Larsen dot com for about twenty five years on this program I oppose the idea of people coming into my country illegally I don't think that's very hard to understand all of us here who are citizens and those who are legal resident aliens have a stack of laws that we have to follow federal laws state laws city laws and ordinances and I don't think it's unreasonable to say if you want to come into this great country the best country on planet earth I understand why you want to come in we insist that you do it legally and if you don't I want you to be shown the door will too many presidents Obama and Clinton and bush and his father George Herbert Walker bush all sought to simply say well we're going to ignore a lot of this problem well it's come to a real head now and at least we have a president who's willing to say we're going to enforce the law and we're going to build a wall Dale Wilcox joins me now who's executive director of the immigration reform law institute Dale it's good to have you back on the program where do we stand right now because we don't have the wall yet but we do have a president who's enforcing the rules and the rags to a degree that actually bothers the liberals they they call them trump's policies but they're really the policies written in the law a long time ago on day well you're right the loss from the book and the president has only sought to enforce those laws as you noted past presidents and not have the courage to do so and you know we're actually winning the Supreme Court is taking up a while because be opposition has cherry picked judges throughout the country to get ruling striking down the president's policy but we're we've litigated these cases all the way to the Supreme Court and ultimately we are being successful you know trump travel ban but he got be injunction against the wall funding reversed be waiting Mexico asylum policy that we've been joined by the lower courts and the Supreme Court on did that injunction and then most recently in the last couple of weeks the Supreme Court ruled that the president can go ahead with his public charge regulation which requires any intending immigrants be able to support themselves and not live off of taxpayers and that's the one that I just had the toughest time with because I see lots of liberal politicians sending out press releases saying we we can't take this kind of bigotry and hatred that comes from the president on the public charge rule and then I ask people I said do you agree with then they'll say well yeah I said okay so somebody wants to come to your country do you expect them to be able to provide for themselves and they said well that's reasonable and I said well that's what the public charge rule is it simply says you want to immigrate to America you're not a refugee but if you're just emigrating should we say do you have some skills and when you get here will you be able to support yourself and whoever you bring with you that doesn't sound outrageous at all in fact I think most families operate that way if if your daughter came home and said Hey I'm in America and he doesn't have a job and he doesn't ever have a plan to have a job but he's hoping we can support him how do you think most families would react to that.

"dale wilcox" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

06:29 min | 2 years ago

"dale wilcox" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"To talk about his spokespeople will like to talk to politicians we also like to talk to thought leaders and people can answer a lot of good policy questions for us from a conservative perspective into that and were with Dale Wilcox is executive director of the immigration reform law institute and boil boy do we have a lot of questions about our immigration laws to Dale thanks for joining us thanks for having well I first let's let's just get to the root of it because I think I spend so much time certainly here in Washington DC on WMAL talking about sanctuary policies and how it is victimizing people in our communities how politicians are aiding and abetting criminals and not cooperating with federal law which is their duty how was this allowed to happen and what can we do to stop it well sadly these states and cities have taken it upon themselves to thumb their noses at the federal government and say we're not going to cooperate the only way that minute we can affect change I know you've been involved in some of this is protest elections and the courts and thankfully we actually had a victory yesterday in the second circuit where the trump administration had stated we're cutting off funds to sanctuary jurisdictions those who won't cooperate with us and those jurisdictions sued the federal government that you can't cut off the funds just because we won't help you and the second circuit right rightly decided yesterday yes the federal government can yes and they didn't unanimously now those were discretionary fund so by definition by law the Attorney General just remember to have discretion about who would get that money or not that was you know written into the law there's a whole lot of other money that Congress earmarks that the administration can't do that with right or or that's still being challenge yeah you're correct there there are Congress has to decide they have to build in that discretion so it is sadly these jurisdictions are getting funds that they shouldn't get because they're not cooperating the federal government has a complete and total power over immigration the constitution sets that up these jurisdictions do not have the right to ignore federal immigration authorities but they're doing it in until they're challenged and thankfully the trump administration's been brave enough to institute policies that are in favor of Americans in the safety and security of our communities if we talk about these stories and it's all very much and you know grand terms in federal laws and jurisdictions and and all of that stuff but this affects real human beings and and and I know you are taking up you you focus on the case of us locals very right here we've talked to the surviving widow and mother of the two victims of this terrible murder I think it's murder even if the law doesn't see it that way at this point on I two seventy right here in Montgomery County this has to do with and I forgive me I'm just reading the names here FBI special agent Carlos Wolff and deputy state fire marshal Sander Cohen can you tell me a little bit about this case and why this is a great example of why the sanctuary laws are horrific sure recovery county has had a sanctuary law for quite some time and this particular illegal alien that struck and killed these two individuals had been living in the country since two thousand nine unlawfully was picked up in two thousand fifteen by Montgomery County on suspicion of committing some criminal activity and ice issued a detainer request asking the jurisdiction hold him for forty eight hours were coming to get this guy and deport him out of the country Montgomery County refuse pursuant to their sanctuary policies so they released him in two thousand fifteen he goes out in two thousand seventeen driving negligently kills these two individuals but the story does universal Ron the shoulder because one of the guys car broke down the other guy good Samaritan stops to help him with his broken down car and they both get killed by this illegal immigrant who was on the verge of deportation because he had already been arrested correct the story doesn't stop there though in September of last year this guy was picked up again for negligent driving and leaving the scene of an accident still driving is wrong with my gum recounting and and but you also talk in your in your documentation here this Dale Wilcox executive director and general counsel for immigration reform law institute about this organization we talked about them a lot and they seem rather mysterious called pasta a Maryland and they're very much involved in these policies and also very much involved in aiding and abetting these criminals I believe so they aren't anti borders organization and they actually from our understanding posted the bail for this individual and assisted in his legal defense so there's not as of now that's where my question comes in they have now if if it's true that they posted the bail for this guy and this is it can can the surviving widows to them and say you're you're you're helping this guy you've kept him on the in this country to defy our laws so that he could eventually end up come on my mind yeah lawsuits like that have been tried but they're not successful courts have found that you can't be held responsible for the third party criminal acts of someone else what what is harboring a criminal need anymore that in giving aid and shelter to a criminal if it doesn't mean that yes Sir yeah that's very frustrating and they're also very politically involved too I mean the house in a Maryland they are they make political donations to every person in government in McCormick county who enact these laws and they were very involved during the Obama years with the administration in setting policy and they had access thankfully under the trump administration that's changed right the internet access anymore but they they do at the local level that's how we keep talking about it protests are the courts and elections exactly that's what we have that's what you can do and that's what we'll keep doing their Wilcox thank you for joining us thank you for having appreciated the immigration reform law institute it's I. R. L. I. dot org if you want to help them out you should they're fighting the fight at four twenty five PM EST on traffic and weather every ten minutes first on the fives that Rodriguez is in the perfect any graphics center going back sixty six it's gotten busier by the minute in Merrifield were jammed right off the ball wait all the way to the Bull Run raspberry without a break at all in fantasy south on route twenty eight PM from route fifty nine by sixty six we're still in good shape both on the west bound toll road and eastbound Dulles.

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"dale wilcox" Discussed on WDRC

WDRC

02:07 min | 3 years ago

"dale wilcox" Discussed on WDRC

"Lars Larsen great to be with you right here on the talk of Connecticut W. D. R. C. W. S. and G. W. M. M. W.. honestly provocative talk everywhere you go search I tunes with a large Larson show broadcast welcome back to the Lars Larsen show we're live on Capitol Hill at the Phoenix park hotel four feet to the fire which is all about immigration issues in American of course one of those immigration issues that we talked about for a long time at least since the presidency of Donald Trump is issues sanctuary cities because certain cities around America decided to distinguish themselves not in a positive way but in a negative way by saying if you are in the country illegally we will aid and abet you and allow you to stay in our cities and our law enforcement agencies will not take any kind of action against you now I think that shameful and I've told you why a gentleman knows all the numbers and actually has a brand new top ten worst list is Dale Wilcox sitting in front of me the executive director of the immigration law reform institute Dale's good to have you back on the program thanks for having invented feet to the fire especially so tell me about this new list yeah we've been looking deeply into various jurisdictions who do not cooperate with the federal government and we put together this top ten or I would say bottom ten list of jurisdictions who don't cooperate with federal immigration authorities so when ice comes knocking saying we want that criminal alien that you have in your jail hold them for us they say now we're not gonna hold on we're gonna release them back out into the community to do more harm and and it doesn't make any sense that they would do this but you put San Francisco at the top I'd probably agree with you although I think Seattle and Portland ought to be in there too just because I'm I'm perhaps a bit more up close and personal with them yeah but why San Francisco a beyond a sick I guess the case of skate Stein yeah you have Kate styling you have drew Rosenberg who was hit by an illegal alien while he was riding his motorcycle he wasn't killed on impact you he was killed when the illegal alien backed over him several times to try to escape the scene services goes been.

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"dale wilcox" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

13:45 min | 3 years ago

"dale wilcox" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"Out even more experts on immigration law Dale Wilcox joins us coming up from the immigration reform law institute to talk about the law and I we will discuss exactly how you are being deceived by your elected officials who claim their a hearing to the law in a hearing to court decisions in that hearing to the constitution and it's just not so and we'll give you all of those details on how your community is being made a less safe by your politicians that's coming up also we have the inspector general's report on James companies conduct and we need to get to that as well we'll cover quite a bit earning us off in that vein Andrew McCarthy former assistant US attorney for the Southern District of New York his new book ball of collusion the plot to rig an election and destroyed a presidency is out and hot and available you should get it Andrew thanks for joining us Larry my pleasure now listen there are a lot of inspector general reports that were still sort of waiting on it but this one with regard to your book the plot to rig an election and destroy your presidency this does this inspector general's report does focus on James Comey the former FBI director's conduct specific to trying to trigger the special counsel's investigation the naming of a special counsel right what what exactly did the inspector general say here well the inspector general says Larry that the memos that James Comey road were certainly government property I was actually a little surprised to hear him at the beginning of the revelation that the memos exists claim that they were his personal aide memoire or recollection recorded or however you put it they will clearly a government now most and they were mishandled you know he one of them ended up having classified information and if he didn't protected in the appropriate way I think it was it was correct not to bring charges in connection with that because it wasn't the kind of offense that I think was worthy of charger we're talking about a few words that were classified and the with respect to the memo that had been classified information and if he didn't disseminated to anyone other than his lawyers who I don't know what their status of their security clearances it are now but they are guys that have very high security clearances in the past so the idea of not bringing in espionage prosecution against them was absolutely right and I I I think I I said this in a column about this three weeks ago however but you know I think it's really inappropriate to be taking a victory lap about this there's a lot of commentary in the report and a lot of analysis that goes through a painstaking fashion valley you know the rules and regulations of of the FBI and the justice department from the for handling sensitive investigative reports that he flouted and I you know I I just think that it's a moment to be introspective about what was done here and not to be taken a victory lap with the design of victory yeah but but he is behaving that way on on social media certainly and saying in some way he's he he does or some sort of apology from people for suggesting well you know look I think some people said that you know I I think that they shouldn't be said he is some people said that he had yeah a leak classified information that he was going to jail he was going to be indicted and all that stuff and that was inappropriate to be said by anybody they certainly should have been saying it from the White House because you know not only was there not a basis for saying that the president simply shouldn't be talking about investigative matters it makes it much harder for investigators to do their job when the president is out talking about investigations but to me if that's what he wants them to focus on and highlight that that's fine but I don't think it's I don't think it's what's important to the country and I know it's not what's important to the F. B. I. because if his position is that he's been vindicated and that what's in that report which is page after page after page of his non compliance with various standards and his kind of attitude that that he's bigger than all the roles and and his particular agendas is more important to pursue then you know to be slowed up by the rules then you know the biggest problem we have in this country right now is the disrepute that our institutions particularly the FBI the black guy that it's taken in the last couple years over these investigations it's not fair and it's not right to the good people in the rank and file the FBI right who really put themselves after this country every single day and I think for him to say I'm vindicated by this is implicitly saying this is what we should expect of the FBI and I think the fact of the matter is that of Jim was still the director of the FBI and some Meijin poll what he did that guy would have been fired by sundown well and and that sort of with the you know you that's the root of many people's frustration right now Andrew McCarthy and that there there seems to be two sets of rules happening here and and let's just be clear what the inspector general determine here was that the former FBI director James Comey conducted certain behaviors that were a violation of F. B. I. policies a violation of his employment on the agreement with the department of justice and the purpose of those behaviors that he conducted was solely to trigger a special counsel and appointment an investigation of the president of the United States thus you know putting this presidency five months in under this cloud of suspicion and this this huge investigation but of course as you know really didn't about amount to much at all when one person can take it upon himself violate policies violate us so much of what the FBI stance for for his own personal political purposes and then throw a presidency under the shadow of an investigation and the shadows suspicion creating this may him for a year and a half and really nothing happens to him that doesn't seem right well you don't look Larry let's just look at it in terms of what they've told us about the trump investigation for all the sons of securing the second volume of Mahler's investigation which talks about obstruction what we've heard again and again and again is that when people violate the rules but that is an indication of corruption and that if it's done with the specific intent to affect or influence seating that's obstruction of justice so hope you know I think they're awfully close to if that's if that's the game you want to fly and you look at what happened here you have to say you know he's basically saying he violated the rules because he was trying to affect an investigation by getting a special counsel appointed yeah now I think in his mind he thinks he was doing that whole wrote Klay and patriotically but the problem with that is and I know Jim call me well enough to say he's a he's a good patriotic American and he loves this country but you can't have thousands of people tens of thousands of people who are in law enforcement including the upper reaches of law enforcement deciding that they're a law unto themselves if you do that you not only don't have an F. B. I. anymore and you don't have you don't have an institution anymore you don't have the rule of law anymore you know a lot of people who violate the laws that violate the rules do it because they think they have a higher purpose but the rules and the laws of their because if you're gonna have ordered liberty and self determination in a society like this everybody has to say okay we have for example with respect to the twenty sixteen election we have a big campaign everybody gets to say whatever they want to say about president trump but would then Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton whatever you think but then we have an election and somebody wins the F. B. I.'s job at that point is not to be a check on the electorate and is not to undermine the will of the American people which works will elect this guy what do you like it or not and I just think that he has allowed his disdain for the president to to to really does all his if his his well tuned sense of right and wrong where I would have banked on up until very recently well you say very recently but but I I don't disagree with you I think that obviously his his disdain for the president and frankly those who support him hi is certainly animating a motivating much of what he says and does in his behaviors now and it appears from the inspector general's report that it's certainly motivated these behaviors that he's being called out for in the odd the weeks prior to his dismissal and certainly in the intervening days right after his dismissal so isn't it reasonable for one to conclude that this is if this is who we is now and this is who we was van in may of twenty seventeen as it when he was fired by the president that he was probably this way in June and July of twenty sixteen when he approved the launch of operation crossfire hurricane investigating then candidate Donald Trump I mean shouldn't we conclude that his behavior is van when he was holding the reins of power is F. B. I. director and green let this investigation that that was also motivated by his disdain for trump what I I I think that's a fair inference Larry and I I would take it a step further one of the things that bothers me the most about this report and about what it portends is that in the Hillary Clinton emails investigation which goes back a year before that what he was being asked to make a decision about when he took the he basically you Sir the decision making power of the justice department what was on the table to be decided was whether the mishandling of classified information the way it was done and things like sharing it with her lawyers when they didn't have clearances to to have that and and so on whether that would be prosecuted and whether she ought to be held to a higher standard because she was wanting a big institution like the state department and was required to enforce the laws that she was flouting whether that ought to be something that weighed in on whether it was appropriate to prosecute her or not you know when you look at this report you have to save yourself the person who made that decision I'm not saying he's doing it on the scale that Hillary Clinton was doing it he was doing the same sorts of things that she was doing well and the fact that he was being called on to make an objective decision when you know he was disposed to engage in the same kind of conduct themselves is is something that ought to be the starting to people well and and given that enter the credit my final question to you because do we're both pretty busy today but given what you just said can't why why shouldn't I expect then that the director of the FBI also be held to a higher standard with regard to this kind of conduct why is it even a close call as to whether criminal proceedings should be to be triggered hear what you think it was the right call but I think go ahead yes the things are number one let's let's not say he hasn't been held accountable he does he's not the FBI director anymore everybody may have noticed right and he had a ten year term in a president who was willing to keep them on and he's not in the job anymore the so that accountability right there and this was not a good criminal case I'm not I don't want to be misunderstood as saying that I think he should have been prosecuted I don't I don't think this was worthy of prosecution I didn't think it was worthy of censure and it's worthy of condemnation and I wish that he would he'd be more introspective about it and take that to heart rather than taking a victory lap over something I don't think is newsworthy yeah that's true and it sends the wrong message certainly to the two people who are still working at the FBI trying to do the right thing right regard to law and order and justice and McCarthy always good to talk to you Sir thank you for joining us on a very busy day that is Andrew McCarthy again his book ball of collusion the plot to rig an election and destroyed a presidency of course there's more to come from the inspector general to this isn't the end of this and it may not be the end of it for James Comey because the most important report is yet to come and that is that of the abuse of the FISA court and the the surveillance warrants that were polled on Carter page an innocent American United States Navy veteran graduate of the Naval Academy with a spotless record who is never been arrested for Jay walking they polled FISA warrants on him and spied on him and everyone associated with them a connected with him through that warrant and the inspector general's investigation is determining right now as we speak we're told it's completed its just being you know vetted for security purposes this next report from the inspector general is to determine whether those warrants were pulled.

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"dale wilcox" Discussed on KTRH

KTRH

01:34 min | 3 years ago

"dale wilcox" Discussed on KTRH

"Taking a look at the forecast now once again at the weather channel as Ken boon good morning good morning a another beautiful day force today with a light northeast wind continuing so very dry air mass in place so again lower humidity boxes sunshine force today temperatures again seven degrees below average will top out around ninety this afternoon clear overnight tonight right around seventy degrees little more humidity tomorrow mix of clouds and sun just a stray storm in the forecast tomorrow with afternoon highs in the low nineties but a better chance for mainly afternoon storms both Saturday and Sunday it will be a little hotter and more humid with afternoon highs in the low even the part of the nineties Laurie can thanks very much coming up by the way we're gonna talk with Dale Wilcox executive director and general counsel with the immigration law reform institute the president promised a big beautiful border wall news today according to the U. S. customs and border protection is that we have not built one single mile of new wall not one mile that's bad news what's it mean going forward we're gonna talk about it again with Dale Wilcox right now we have seventy one degrees clear skies of your official severe weather station newsradio some forty K. Terry Houston sounds good everywhere okay Google play K. T. R. H. and I heart radio here's a tender little tale fresh from the trail about a cowboy fell in love with a cow girl named Dale it was love at first sight that's what they said this week something sure went to their heads they walked and talked and shot the breeze held hands and kissed under the trees then the cow girl whispered let's get some food so they rode on to a place that looked good found a Roy Rogers restaurant just round the ban cowboys said wasn't Royce some kind of legend Chalgrove said works.

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"dale wilcox" Discussed on KTRH

KTRH

02:22 min | 3 years ago

"dale wilcox" Discussed on KTRH

"It's good news for city workers that will be no need to lay off municipal workers. And no need to lay off. And we can bring back the cadet as part of national police week. You're able to take part in a day of prayer HDD chief art osservato says all you gotta do is turn your headlights on people. Appreciate us and people join with us and two things lifting up the good police officers and lifting up the families clue saucers paid the ultimate sacrifice. She Vado and other HP officers are joining religious leaders today to remember those officers who died in the line of duty, the immigration reform lines to toot says twenty-five, sanctuary jurisdictions have shielded illegal alien criminals. Who are now are who were from nations that sponsor terrorism executive director Dale Wilcox told Houston's morning news. Congress needs to wake up or Iranian sleeper cells in the United States is waiting for the word to go. So it is an issue. It's an issue we need to take seriously. We'll talk says about ninety percent. Scent of the criminal aliens from terrorism sponsored nations or from Iran. KTAR news time eleven three Robert Muller was scheduled to testify before congress today. But he's not. And we don't know if he ever will Republican strategists, Jessica Cologne. Tell Houston sporting news that won't stop Democrats from talking to death tackle country has had enough of it. You know, the Democrats definitely want to keep this alive because they think this is something they need for the re election year next year. Conservatives are targeted by social media and sore their fundraisers, Joe diamond told Houston's morning news that happened to him. And he tried to find out why they're official was she I terms of service. And when I asked him, well, can you be more specific a very lovely woman. Customer service wrote me back. She's like, unfortunately, I'm not allowed to be anymore. Specific Astros can sweep the Tigers in Detroit with a wind today series wraps up. Tonight. Coverage starts at five on sportstalk, seven ninety joins in progress at seven are. Now, the Dow was. Up one fifty the NASDAQ up eighty nine s and p five hundred up twenty. Now, the Rush Limbaugh show. I'm Scott crediting. Houston's news, weather and traffic station. Misery of sudden, forty KTAR h at bluecross blueshield, our companies take what.

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"dale wilcox" Discussed on KTRH

KTRH

02:25 min | 3 years ago

"dale wilcox" Discussed on KTRH

"Senator Jennings health top story this hour. It is not about compassion. No matter what they say new evidence that sanctuary cities are actually providing a haven for terrorist sanctuary. Jurisdictions are protecting illegals who come from terrorism sponsored nations, according to the immigration reform law institute, Dale Wilcox is the institute's director at least twenty-five faith in the local law enforcement agencies refused to honor I became a request for aliens from. Countries of United States considers sponsors of terrorism. The vast majority of those legal aliens were level one threats, meaning they committed the most serious crimes are neither humane nor compassionate. They only put Americans at risk. There are more than ten thousand illegal aliens living in the US from terrorist. Sponsored countries Coriolis NewsRadio seven forty KTAR h well, not a moment too soon. South Carolina, Republican Senator Lindsey Graham wants to unveil his new immigration plan today. He says it will tackle the massive backlog of asylum seekers. Fox's Griff Jenkins with details. We expected to dress Boers asylum backlogs into path to legal migration, which may change a little bit from the way, it's currently done after the meeting Lindsey Graham telling reporters, quote, I don't think it's designed to get democratic support as much as it is to unify Republican party around border security grand is holding a press conference to unveil his own legislation to address the crisis at the border. We expect high. Alight to that plan to include addressing the much cited Flora's agreement that prevents officials from holding minors twenty days, increasing it to one hundred days in adding some five hundred immigration judges to wipe out the asylum backlog. Yeah, that legislation could perhaps prevent people from seeking asylum at our own border right here in Texas with Mexico. Our news time seven four the US attorney who was appointed to examine the origins of the Russia investigation. He's actually been working on his review for weeks. Now, according to a person familiar with the process attorney general Bill Barr had his sign Jon Durham, the US attorney in Connecticut to conduct the inquiry into alleged misconduct and alleged improper government surveillance on the Trump campaign as well as whether Democrats are the ones who improperly colluded with foreign actors, President Trump. Well, he's backing bars decision. I think it's a great thing that he did it..

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"dale wilcox" Discussed on KTRH

KTRH

02:24 min | 3 years ago

"dale wilcox" Discussed on KTRH

"Is not about compassion. There's new evidence is sanctuary cities, maybe providing a haven for terrorists sanctuary. Jurisdictions are protecting illegals who come from terrorism sponsored nations, according to the immigration reform law institute. Dale Wilcox is the institute's director, at least twenty-five faith in a local law enforcement agencies refused to honor I paint painter request for aliens from. Country of United States considers sponsors of terrorism. The vast majority of those illegal aliens were level one threats, meaning they committed the most serious crimes. Thanks, where he cities are neither humane nor compassionate. They only put Americans at risk. There are more than ten thousand illegal aliens living in the US from terrorist. Sponsored countries Coriolis. Newsradio seven forty. KTAR? H meantime, South Carolina, Republican Senator Lindsey Graham planning to unveil his new immigration plan today. Trying to tackle the massive backlog of asylum seekers. Fox's Griff Jenkins. Those details we expected to dress bores curious silent backlogs into path to legal migration, which may change a little bit from the way, it's currently done after the meeting Lizzie Graham telling reporters, quote, I don't think it's designed to get democratic support as much as it is to unify Republican party around border security grand is holding a press conference to unveil his own legislation to address the crisis at the border. We expect highlights of that plan to. Include addressing the much cited Florida's agreement that prevents officials from holding minors twenty days, increasing it to one hundred days in adding some five hundred immigration judges to wipe out the asylum backlog. It is believed that legislation would help prevent people from seeking asylum at our border as well, Texas border with Mexico. Our news time now five three what a bombshell dropped on the news seen yesterday. The US attorney appointed to examine the origins of the Russia investigation apparently has been already working on his review for weeks s according to a person familiar with the process attorney general Bill Barr had assigned John Durham Durham, the US. Attorney in Connecticut to conduct that inquiry into alleged misconduct and alleged improper government surveillance on the Trump campaign as well as whether Democrats are the ones who improperly colluded with foreign actors, President Trump is backing bars decision. I think it's a great thing that.

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"dale wilcox" Discussed on WDRC

WDRC

08:53 min | 3 years ago

"dale wilcox" Discussed on WDRC

"My wife, and I are on a long car drive. Couple of hours, and she was looking at the news. She keeps an eye on the news as well. And she likes to share things with me. And she said LARs is keeping an eye on people for Ebola who were caught crossing the border from Mexico into the United States. And I said where would they get Ebola? And she said, they are Congolese, and I said Congolese people from the Congo. Okay. Then they were crossing from Mexico into the United States. I don't have a world map in front of me by recollection is that wouldn't be the usual path into the United States. But somehow. There were twenty of them. And apparently the folks at CDC, we're keeping an eye on them. I thought about that when I plan to have Dale Wilcox on who's the executive director of the immigration reform law institute. Dale, welcome back to the program, by the way. So when people assume that most of the folks who are coming in across the border at Mexico, and and the southern states of the United States, and they think well, they're from Mexico or Guatemala Honduras, or El Salvador, other places in central or South America. We're seeing an awful lot of people cross that border who are not from this part of the world at all aren't we? Absolutely VP customs and border protection has documented that they've been countered people from fifty different countries all over the world more than fifty countries. And I think personally ended down there to the border nineteen some of the literature left behind in some of the trash left behind, and there has been script languages from the Middle East from all parts of Asia. So no, it's just not Latin Americans coming across the border. You've got p individuals from all over the world, and sadly people who really want to horn coming across the border Hezbollah has outposts in Latin America. So, you know, we have potential terrorists attempting to get into this country all the time, including some of the official state sponsors of terrorism, Iran, North Korea, Syria and. Sudan they're coming in as well. In fact, a recent investigation, we uncovered documents that show there are more than ten thousand illegal aliens in this country right now from countries that have been designated state sponsors of terrorism countries, you just mentioned and they've been ordered deported. But they're still here living probably in cities. Which is another reason why thanks where cities are threats to our national security. So somebody comes from North Korea. How do they make their way into the United States? They're not coming in on a tourist visa, I'm reasonably sure we don't give tourist visas to North Korea. So do we know anything about the pathway that they take to get in? Well, we don't know everything about the ten thousand but it's a North Korean. Yeah. You're not going to get a visa so tape is are they are jumping or porous southern border. And that's not hard to do last month alone the month of March customs and border protection border patrol apprehended one hundred and three thousand people crossing. Border patrol his always the only one in four at the weekend. We only catch one in four. So think about that they they apprehended a hundred three. So that's. Scares me. Three hundred thousand that got through last month. And we're talking about people North Koreans Iranians Syrians and people from the dance. You know, people from that region or bad, obviously, ten thousand of them have received an order of deportation that name. Bentiu the system immigration. Judge has said you're not allowed to be here. You need a committed a crime. We're sending you back home overstay your visa or or you jump the border. So. These people are roaming about freely, especially in sanctuary cities. He will not notify the feds when they come across the people. Okay. So is there a problem with deporting them because what we have this North Korean we want to send him back? But since we don't have full relations with North Korea. Are we able to send him back? If if North Korea says, we don't want him. In the past have said, we don't want. Our criminals are are nationals back. We don't need that kind of hassle. Now, there is a provision in our central immigration law that allows the government to say it, you will not take back your national way will cut off or everyone in your country, including diplomats, and and the the leader's wives want to come over and saw or whatnot. And that usually gets their attention. It actually the Trump administration has threatened to use that provision several times and these recalcitrant countries have backed off and they actually taken their nationals back. Oh, that's even China. Do you? Remember, the Wiegert that were here, and we wanted to ship them back to China and China said we don't want him. And my recollection is that China finally took them back, and then they dealt with them on their soil instead of our soil. That's what needs to happen. You know Americans. American lives are put at risk. Remember, the nineteen hijackers on nine eleven most of them were legal aliens. They had come here. Divas or whatnot. But they had fallen out of status, and at least four of them heading countered state and local police for one reason or another speeding or something. Now, it the local police had the working with the feds in those fiction nine eleven might not have occurred as it did. So this once again, how dangerous sanctuary cities are you know, what I'm hoping is that organizations like yours or numbers or fair or or any of those organizations I wish as we head into this campaign season. I know that they can't perhaps get involved directly in political activities because of their, you know, their nonprofit status, but I think it'd be useful. If we armed both candidates and voters with some information and said, look, this is what's happening. I had. There was a sheriff's deputies shot not far from where my studios are on the west coast, and he was killed by illegal. Alien. We've had a woman in Seattle who was raped by an illegal alien who went out and pretended to be an Uber driver. He was not an Uber driver, and he managed to to, you know, coax her into his car, and then and then he he assaulted her. So if you start bringing these up and say, the reason these people who've had contact with law enforcement are able to get away with it is that your leaders. Your so-called leaders have said we're not going to enforce the law because we're maintaining our sanctuary status. It's coming at the at the cost of American lives and assaults on Americans like that. It's truly ugly. It is. And that's why radio shows like yours is so important. You know, my organization the immigration reform is. Don't get involved in politics. We can't get involved in politics or immigration, and you know, what's in the best interest of Americans. So we uncover this stuff, and we really appreciate radio hosts and shows like yours that takes this information and educates people as to what's going on because they're certainly not going to hear about this in the mainstream media. Dale, the media will go crazy over something like that Takata airbag recall, and you say we'll why because people have been hurt and killed by it. Great Ammann's terrible. We should go after it. What about the other things that are hurting and killing Americans? Well, diseases like measles can do that. Or other diseases will warn you about that. How about warning folks about the problems that illegal aliens cross 'cause all of a sudden a lot of newsrooms in America's say now, we don't want anything to do with that? We don't like the political implications of Dale keep up the good work at the immigration reform law institute, and we appreciate the data ten thousand illegal aliens living in the United States ordered deported, and they are from Iran, North Korea, Syria and Sudan, you've got the.

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"dale wilcox" Discussed on WBSM 1420

WBSM 1420

12:23 min | 3 years ago

"dale wilcox" Discussed on WBSM 1420

"Steve what is the poll question? Whether the results, thus far, do you agree with a Massachusetts Bill that would ban tackle football before seventh grade? No, I do not seventy five percents say, no, we all right? Eight four four or five hundred forty two forty two before we go back to the phone lines. You know, we've been talking for a week now about this. This assault on a on a conservative person at the university of California, Berkeley campus, and they have a they have a clear shot of the assailant and clearer shot than they have of the of the guy. Who's now charged with murdering the poor Boston girl who was leaving the bar over the weekend. And they haven't made any arrests. Okay. And of course, nothing not nothing is being reported about this university of California Berkeley assault on a on a conservative the Washington Post finally got around to covering the attack a week after it happened. You know, what the theme of the story was pouncing or seizing Republicans. Pouts also known as Republican sees the post story was headlined a conservative activists was punched in the face at UC, Berkeley. The response enraged the right? So it didn't enrage the left that this person this person was assaulted for exercising his first amendment rights. Do you think that Hollywood was outraged by the fake attack on jussie smollet? Yeah. Exactly he filed. This guy filed a police report immediately after the incident, and this is the first story that they wrote Donald Trump junior re tweeted the story and said wonder if it would have been the same if a conservative beat up a leftist on the Berkeley campus so that, but the whole thing was you know, how how angry that the conservatives were. But the story wasn't getting any any any or any airtime? This is incredible said media research center, vice president Dan gainer, the left-wing Washington Post, ignores a hate crime against the young conservative for eight days. Then what it finally chimes in its with the latest version of conservatives pouts instead of reporting the news the post notes how upset conservatives are. And the quote, the response enraged the right gainer at it. How dare right wingers be upset that someone was attacked on a college campus because of his politics and the major media, all but ignored it. Especially after turning repeated hate hoax. Is international stories like jussie smollet. It's also worth noting that the post is being sued for two hundred and fifty million for how awfully it covered. The Covington Catholic hoax. How classic is this. I mean, this is so typical Republicans pounce Republicans sees that's the only way the story is covered. That's the only way it's worth Capri eight four four or five hundred forty two forty two one last thing before we go back to the lines. This is from Breitbart, the sanctuary state of California has refused. Fifty six hundred were requests by federal immigration officials over two years to turn over criminal illegal aliens state, data fines. Immigration reform law institute, executive director, Dale Wilcox revealed that within a twenty seven month period, the state of California had failed to honor about fifty six hundred immigration and customs enforcement ice detainers, which are the holes that ice agents file to local jails and police to request that an illegal alien be turned over for arrest and deportation. They're probably just low level offenders like drunk drivers and murderers more than thirty four hundred were lodged against illegal aliens who'd been classified as either level one or level two offenders meeting. These legal aliens had been charged with crimes such as homicide kidnapping sexual assault robbery. Aggravated assault, drugs and fraud. So that's that's that's where it's like living in a sanctuary state eight four four five hundred forty two forty two. Steve you're next with Howie Carr. Go ahead. Steve. Yeah. How we are used to be the dorm and at the colonnade in Boston. Yes, I used to crack up when you come driving by with Ted Chappaquiddick car. I was a long time ago. Steve a long long time ago. Yeah. Know, I was a doorman at the college filed a hat apartment homes and Southie on Bowen street, and it was funny because dotty McLean used to run to the apartments. What he McLean? He wasn't. He was Bill guy. Steve. Oh, yeah. Pretty healthy, apartments and Celtic my cousin. My cousin used to be at the Somerville. Crew from Charlestown. Yeah. Well, he had a lot of Charlestown guys on his crowbar on the what was what became the winter hill gang. But I don't think he was really a I don't think he ever spent a lot of time in in Southie. That was kind of like, you know, terra incognito for for all those guys, you know, whether they were from Somerville or Charlestown or or even Roxbury, thanks for the thanks for the call Steve eight four four five hundred forty two forty two Peter you're next with Howie Carr. Go ahead. Peter. I heard something on Fox News not too long ago about Cummings bringing Colin early to meet the committee, the Democrats on the committee and to give them the questions ahead of time. And coach on what to say. I think the I think even more of a smoking gun. Peter was the fact that he and he admitted this under Republican questioning yesterday that he had he'd been briefed by Adam chef at what he mentioned, you know, the chairman of the house intelligence committee the pencil neck geek from southern California by way of framingham Massachusetts, and when he when he admitted that he'd met with chef you could see Lanny Davis the Clinton mouthpiece behind him his that's his lawyer. He was grimacing. You know, you could you could see it. You know, he he didn't want him to to to admit that. But he had to you know, because he was he'd been called out on it. I mean, so so I think the whole thing the especially the closing statement when he. Saying that he doesn't think if Donald Trump loses in twenty twenty that he'll agree to way, quote, unquote, peaceful transition, I think that's that's just a he was repeating shifts lines. And you know, the thing is I mean, did we have a peaceful transition in two thousand sixteen by the way? I mean, it's now twenty nineteen and it's still not a peaceful transition is it I mean, they're still trying to basically overthrow the results of the twenty sixteen election. So, you know, Trump Trump will leave office. I'm sure there's no question about that. But it's you know. Once again, it's democrat projection, you know, everything that they've accused him of over the last two and a half three years. It's been stuff. They wanted to do themselves or have tried to do themselves. You know, this thing about the. You know, attacking the freedom of the press. I mean has has Donald Trump overturned the FBI loose on reporters the way Obama, did, you know? Oppressing American citizens. Did does Trump have a hitlist in the White House of American citizens in the mid east? I mean, this as Trump ordered did he hits on American citizens? Like Obama did not that I'm saying that I necessarily go the Rampal route. I mean, these these people that are quote, unquote, American citizens, some of them that were killed in Yemen. They were terrorists that just happened to be born to to. Arabs passing through the country, and they were anchor babies, but you know, the thing is. Obama was held to know standards. And and Trump is is is a much more lawful. President or a less less of a rogue president. Shall we say than Obama was Steve you're next with Howie Carr? Go ahead. Steve. Hey, how you doing? I I really liked the way lately you've been getting into propaganda all linguistics on because the left is like really clever and slick about it. What bothers me is when they start dripping into demonization, the human as humanization of conservatives because it's like a subtle hint that it's okay to beat them up because they're so evil. Yeah. No, you're you're right. I mean, that's the whole thing. I mean, they use these words again, and again, you know, hatred and bigotry, I mean, how many how many of those Democrats at that hearing yesterday accused Trump of being a racist? We where where is the the evidence that he's a racist? They just they just make these statements that have have no basis. In fact, thanks for the call Steve earning personal capacity. To actually said some how long have you known this, Pat, I'm responsible for Lynn patent joining the Trump organization and the job that she currently holds. Well, that's I'm glad you acknowledge that because you made some very demeaning comments about the president then this patent then agree with. It has to do with your claim of racism. He says that as a daughter of a man born in Birmingham, Alabama that there is no way that she would work for for an individual who was racist. Cohen is is such a fraud. I I love the fact that some people today, and I picked up my call. Let's call. Let's call Michael Cohen, Jesse Colin. That's what he is. I mean, this is all fake crap. And again, the mainstream media back them up the stories running into the meeting. He's going to accuse Donald Trump of committing crimes at most. He accused Trump of of violating campaign finance laws, and it probably not even that. But guess what do you know? How do you know what the Obama paid in fines in after the after his first campaign for president to the FTC the federal elections commission for violating campaign finance laws three hundred seventy five thousand dollars. Okay. So I if if if that makes you a felon than I guess Obama is a is a much bigger felon than than than. Donald Trump ever was Mark you're next with Howie Carr. Go ahead. Mark. I don't know if anybody talked about it. But when Jim Jordan was questioning Cohen, one of the things we ask them. What hated your attorney speak with the committee before in and Cohen pride to try to play dumb. And Jim Jordan said sit right behind you turn around and ask them if they spoke to a pretty classic moment. Yeah. I know the Jordan and meadows did a really good job with they all actually most of the Republicans that a pretty good job with the with the without it, but it was like shooting fish in a barrel. And again, they heard the grace who was the guy who said it was contemptible. The way the Republicans were acting who was who was that that mealy-mouthed pun nuts from CNN or MSNBC that was John Heilemann from morning Joe or high high Lerman, he's bald. He's the one that used to be partners with the guy that they had the fire because he was he was hitting everything. But the third rail I forget that guy Halpern halprin. I mean, I haven't heard that in a long time. He really dropped off the radar. Yeah. How helper and Hileman had a had a million dollar book contract. I wonder what happened that have book after after his partner went all Harvey Weinstein on us. Okay. So so now, okay. So so this guy worked with his partner was a giant. Perv. But now he's calling other people contemptible. Just because they're pointing out that this guy is a complete reprobate and a a perjurer Aligarh and obstructors of Justice at cetera et cetera. Okay. I'm glad I have the context now. Eight four four five hundred forty two forty two. I'm.

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"dale wilcox" Discussed on KMJ NOW

KMJ NOW

05:40 min | 3 years ago

"dale wilcox" Discussed on KMJ NOW

"Migrants payments to the cartels. Who traffic them to the US in the first place? Right. The trafficking. Debts can start it. You know about five grand ahead. I'm told. And these this amount of money provides a huge stimulus to countries that export populations of the US labor market. But that stimulus also imposes according to experts huge economic costs, including let's go through the list bear list, not mine civic, turmoil poverty, high rates of crime and loss of foreign investment. No, there's an individual whose name is Dale Wilcox. He's the executive director of the immigration reform law institute. I think he's been on this program in the past. Both the institute is named terribly familiar anyway, somebody we should get that's for sure he's explained the damage caused by migration from the research that his institute has done quote, the organization for the America cited El Salvador as the worst hit noting that one of every five Salvadorans currently lives outside of the country, which has provoked a parallel exhaustion of qualified human resources this. They say had caused a scenario in which less than eleven percent of Salvadorans have tertiary education. Draining an already underdeveloped nation of its best and brightest reduces any prospect of establishing a knowledge based economy. And disincentivize has their population from the political elite all the way down to the bottom of the scale from investing in sorely needed educational infrastructure. And it's so, and it's so and so say three Appleton the this damages the damage excuse me adds up to intellectual colonialism what a great term from this man, intellectual colonialism in which superpowers to the north plunders and loops their skilled labor from its poor. Neighbors and condemns them to a bleak future. End quote. Good stuff. Good stuff. So nationwide. The US establishments economic policy of using. Illegal migration to boost economic growth shifts wealth from young people towards its older people by flooding the market with cheap, the white collar and blue collar floor labor for foreign labour. And that flood outside of the flood of outside labor. Spikes, prophets, Wall Street values by cutting salaries for manual and skilled labor of the blue-collar and white-collar employees. Now, we can get into this whole argument, and I know some you chomping at the bit to do this every time a lot of his labor is needed. We need this labor. You know, we get this every time this type of conversation comes up we need to provide for a legal path for this labor to come and go period. That's a separate issue to all of this. But it's a needed issue. But it needs to be treated as a separate issue. You can't cookie cutter this aspect of it. You can't do one size fits all caused the don't. But the one thing that is a complete truism through all of this. Is there is that money? It's a large sum of money. That seems to be increasing. Each year. I will tell you again. The total the total remittances to Mexico and Central America jumped to fifty three billion in two thousand eighteen last year. Fifty three billion. Fifty three billion the money, you know, to Mexico of twenty one percent the money to Central America. Twenty five percent. So taksin. Tactic. Take a piece of what's going home before it gets home and put this in a fund to build the wall. This has been talked about before in congress seriously. But the catch of money was not attractive enough to do this in of time that made any sense. Now it does. It's legal. You can argue the ethics all you want and to do that along ethical lines through that would be purely political because everything is political now when it comes to the wall. I don't care what you say. It's all politics. Nobody wants to talk about why security. Why defense why we need why every other country has for the same reasons that we need they have. How many times have we been through that over and over and over and over and over again. But what do you make of this idea this this this resource is there that can be legally tapped to take a segment of that resource out. And build the wall. And let's remember much of this resource. He's legal. We don't know how much..

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