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Jim Hanson and Heritage's Mike Howell Discuss the Oversight Project

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

02:13 min | Last month

Jim Hanson and Heritage's Mike Howell Discuss the Oversight Project

"Go ahead and keep kicking the deep state in the teeth because I'm joined now with my cowl who is the director of the oversight project at the heritage foundation. And Mike, I am 100% certain that if anybody needs some oversight, it is those people across the river from where I'm sitting right now in the permanent bureaucracy. So tell me what you guys got Tito. What's the oversight project about, man? Right. So the oversight project is a recognition that in the next two years, when conservative state, the house and probably the Senate, it's going to be all accountability oversight hearings and investigations. And now conservative institutions institutions historic have done a great job of white papers, policy development, but that's not what time it is right now. We know the institutions of the federal government have been captured. We know what's happening. We are already so downstream of all this stuff. We need to start kicking back a little bit. So we created what we call the oversight process. When it basically is, is the investigative arm of the heritage foundation and the conservative movement. We do a lot of foia litigation. I mean, we all know what boy is already sending me. I hope you get some back. None of that matters unless you sue. And so we're taking the big bad heritage foundation. Expertise we have, and turning it into a litigation army, all these foia requests. So every time you see kind of a congressional letter going out asking for information, they're not going to response, you know, the Biden administration is not voluntarily coughing up any information. So what we're doing is we're going to go in. We're suing strategically all over the place. Right now we have about 400 boys outweigh litigation ten different places. And we're already getting quite a bit of stuff. If you saw last week or, you know, I think it was the 12th actually of October. We got an email from mayorkas, the DHS head. The first press secretary told him right before he went up in The White House podium that there's no weapon in Del Rio. You remember when they accused them of work religions of women. And we saw this like this. This is ridiculous. Obviously there's no weapon. There's got to be some gold here. And so we went out and you know we sued him for all the communications. He had before he did that abomination of the press conference, throwing border patrol into the bus. And sure enough, he went up there and we found it. So what did he want to do anyways? And so, you know, we launched that a couple weeks ago. And now what do you have? You have basically the entire conference of Republicans in the House and Senate. Calling for his impeachment. I mean,

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Cuba in the dark after hurricane knocks out power grid

AP News Radio

00:32 sec | 2 months ago

Cuba in the dark after hurricane knocks out power grid

"Cuba is without electricity after hurricane Ian knocked out its power grid Cuba's electric union says authorities are working to gradually restore power to Cuba's 11 million people Power initially was knocked out to about 1 million people and Cuba's western provinces but later the entire great collapsed Ian made landfall as a category three storm on the island's western end devastating pinar Del Rio province authorities are still assessing the damage no fatalities have been reported I'm Donna water

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Hurricane Ian strikes Cuba, Florida braces for Cat 4 damage

AP News Radio

00:50 sec | 2 months ago

Hurricane Ian strikes Cuba, Florida braces for Cat 4 damage

"Hurricane Ian has made landfall in western Cuba lashing the island with rain and winds as it swirls north toward the Florida coast Authorities in Cuba have evacuated more than 50,000 people ahead of what the hurricane center is calling significant wind and storm surge impacts But Juan Miguel Batista says he's worried workers work and he's a security guard so needs to head out whether there's lightning thunder or rain The storm made landfall in pinar Del Rio province where authorities set up 55 shelters sent medical and emergency personnel and took measures to protect food and other crops in warehouses in the tobacco growing region according to state media I'm Charles De Ledesma

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Who Is Being Trafficked at the Southern Border? Mark Lamb Explains

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

01:42 min | 2 months ago

Who Is Being Trafficked at the Southern Border? Mark Lamb Explains

"There any commonality who is being trafficked? Are they all Mexicans where they're coming from? Are they politically persecuted? Do we know? Are they just economic migrants? Can you tell who these people are? And that is a really good question because it varies from where you go on the border. If you go to the Yuma sector, what you get in Yuma is you get Venezuelans and Brazilians and Chinese. Hang on, hang on hang on. We don't have a border with Brazil or China. Exactly. So they shouldn't be able to claim asylum. Right. They're flying into small towns in Mexico. I want to stop that because international law is clear on this. If you're an asylum seeker, which is not an economic immigrant, you are claiming political persecution or religious or whatever from your home state. International law requires just for the record that the first safe country you land in once you leave your own is where you apply for silent. You can't go through ten countries because you want to go to America and then apply for asylum, right? Yeah, and they are going through ten countries. I ran into a Venezuelan family. They told me they flew to one of the Central American countries. From there, they flew to Mexico from there, they had to traverse the dangers of the cartel to get across the border. So they had two or three opportunities to claim asylum before they ever got to the borders of America. So in Yuma county and in Del Rio, you might get Haitians and Brazilians and all sorts of people that have had an opportunity to claim asylum in Mexico or whatever country they got to first, which is the law. Which means they're coming here for economic reasons, right? They're coming here for economic reasons. And when you ask them, they say we're here because Biden said we could come.

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Grant Stinchfield Details the Mexican-American Border Crisis

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

01:14 min | 2 months ago

Grant Stinchfield Details the Mexican-American Border Crisis

"About immigration, we've got a crisis on our hands. We've been saying this now for the last two years, president Trump had us moving in the right direction by no means do I try to tell you that we didn't have an immigration problem, even when president Trump was in office. We most certainly did. But we were on our way to correcting that problem between building the wall between remain and Mexico between getting Mexico to help us with the immigration and stem the flow coming out of that country. We were on our way. And we had made great strides. Now, kiss it all goodbye. And so to make a point and I think they've gone above and beyond making their point. Governor desantis and governor avid in Texas, desantis and Florida has sent these migrants to Martha's Vineyard to Chicago to Philadelphia, these left wing liberals, limousine liberals, as I call them, cry foul, they say that it's a chaotic scene that there's a crisis, do you know what it's like and Del Rio, Texas? These are little tiny towns. They can't handle this. Oh wait, Martha's Vineyard's a little tiny town too. Apparently they couldn't handle 50 migrants compared to the 15,000 every day that we see in Del Rio, Texas.

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Sen. Ted Cruz: Everyday, More Illegals Should Go to Martha's Vineyard

ToddCast Podcast with Todd Starnes

01:40 min | 2 months ago

Sen. Ted Cruz: Everyday, More Illegals Should Go to Martha's Vineyard

"Ted Cruz says this should not be the end of all of this. He says that every day, every day we need to be sending more and more illegals to Martha's Vineyard, cut 11. To put in perspective, Martha's Vineyard is a town, its population is about 17,000. The median home price is over a $1 million. Let's compare it to Del Rio Del Rio is a wonderful town in Texas. It's down on the Rio Grande valley. It has a population of between 30 and 35,000. In one single day at Del Rio, there were 15,000 illegal immigrants, mostly Haitians, crossing illegally in one day, as you know, I went down to the bridge and I videoed over 10,000 illegal immigrants under that bridge, Martha's Vineyard lost their mind with 50 and the little town of Del Rio and towns all up and down the Rio Grande valley are dealing with hundreds or dealing with thousands. Let me say Sean, I commend Greg Abbott for sending the immigrants to these blue cities. I commend Ron DeSantis for doing so, and they need to do more tomorrow. Martha's Vineyard needs a hundred. The next day they need 200. The next day they need a thousand D.C. says it's a crisis to get 6000. They need 10,000 they need a 100,000. They need 500,000 because Joe Biden has allowed 4.2 million people to come in illegally. And I know these rich billionaires say, well gosh, you people just let them eat cake. Well, how about having the obamas host these 50 people in their $12 million compound? Wait a minute. No, no, no. None of them.

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Sending Migrants to Sanctuary Cities Is Brilliant

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:05 min | 3 months ago

Sending Migrants to Sanctuary Cities Is Brilliant

"You have any other reaction other than this is brilliant, there's no hope for you. It's brilliant because you can't have it both ways. You can't declare you can't virtue signal by bragging about being a sanctuary city. If you're not really willing to take the illegals in. You can't dump this on Del Rio, Texas, or McAllen, or any of these border towns along the Texas Mexico border or Arizona. You can't, you can't expect the rest of the country. To bear the brunt of this problem, step up Obama. You got your big fancy mansion on the water there in Martha's Vineyard. Maybe you could have a little tent city. You got lots of property. You have a huge mansion with huge lawn, got all kinds of space for illegals. Put your money where your mouth is. Progressives?

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'Fox & Friends' Report Live As Immigrants Arrive in DC

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:51 min | 3 months ago

'Fox & Friends' Report Live As Immigrants Arrive in DC

"This was what it was like on Fox and Friends this morning is this story unfolded where two buses of illegals were dropped outside of the naval observatory where Kamala Harris the vice president lives. Here's what it sounded like and looked like on Fox News channel's Fox and Friends this morning. From our southern border have just arrived outside vice president Kamala Harris residents at the naval observatory in Washington, D.C.. Griff Jenkins is live on the scene to tell us more. Is that Massachusetts avenue that I'm looking at right there? Yeah, good morning, Steve, ainsley and Brian. This bus just arrived moments ago. I talked to some of the folks apparently this buses come from Del Rio, Texas. That's where the German on the bus told me and these for me. They don't theirs? They're in this one. No. You know? No? That president Harris, DKK, frontera Serrano. Serrano, Roberto. Javier. So what she's saying, Steve, I asked her vice president Harris says that the border is closed. She says it's open as we see these migrants coming across now. We're not sure how many there are. We do know that, according to Texas governor Abbott's office, there have been about 7900, do you think English? Venezuela. Everybody from toro Venezuela?

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Jack Del Rio Calls out the Left's Hypocrisy

Dennis Prager Podcasts

02:15 min | 6 months ago

Jack Del Rio Calls out the Left's Hypocrisy

"The Washington commander's find its defensive coordinator. A man named Jack Del Rio, Washington commanders in NFL team National Football League team. It was known as the Redskins for about 80 years. Until the left in an act of utter irrationality got rid of the name, forced them to. Del Rio compared the January 6th protests at the capital with the quote riots looting and burning unquote that destroyed thousands of businesses and cities during the summer of 2020. This is what he said in a press conference earlier last week. Why are we not looking into those things if we're going to talk about it and why are we not looking into those things? I see the images on TV, people's livelihoods are being destroyed, businesses are being burned down, no problem. And then we have a dust up at the capitol, nothing burned down, and we're going to make that a major deal. Every word he said is accurate. As I said, the Democrats use the January 6th, the way the national socialists as they were known in Germany used the Reichstag fire. As an excuse to impose draconian rule in the country. And not comparing the Democrats to the Nazis. Obviously, I'm comparing tactic to tactic. The question was referencing a tweet he made before the press conference in which he asked to hear the whole story. On the so called protest at the capitol. Quote would love to understand the whole story about why the summer of riots looting burning and destruction of personal property is never discussed, but this is, question mark question mark question mark. Hashtag common sense. Since his comments came under fire, he has since apologized after the team's head coach Ron Rivera issued a statement so sad he apologized. It is so sad.

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Washington Commanders' Coach Fined $100K for Asking a Question!

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:54 min | 6 months ago

Washington Commanders' Coach Fined $100K for Asking a Question!

"You see the story over the weekend? Of the Washington commanders head coach. Is that the, that's the new Redskins name, right? I don't even keep, who cares? They're so woke. They can't call themselves the Redskins anymore. So now they're the Washington commanders. So they have a defensive coordinator named Jack Del Rio. He said, in a tweet, he compared. I mean, let me read to you what this guy said and what he got in trouble over. The coach, the assistant coach responded to a story on Twitter about the January 6th committee hearings, and he wrote, would love to understand the whole story about why the summer of riots looting, burning, and the destruction of personal property is never discussed, but this is. And then the next day, reporters asked him about it, and he said, I asked a simple question, let's get right down to it. What did I ask? A simple question. Why are we not looking into those things? If we're not going to talk about it, why are we not looking into those things? People's livelihoods are being destroyed, businesses are being burned down. No problem. Now these are points that everybody makes, right? Do you know he got fined a $100,000 for saying that? Do you know that the head coach of the Washington commanders Ron Rivera proudly announced yesterday or two days ago or Friday? That Jack Del Rio had been fined 100 thousand dollars for expressing a belief that if we're going to be fixated on January 6th, how about we talk about all the riots that engulfed American cities after George Floyd?

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"del rio" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

03:25 min | 6 months ago

"del rio" Discussed on WTOP

"Bet MGM 9 45 Sports at 15 and 45 on WTO P Here's Frank handrahan Big night at the dish for the nationals who right now are cruising over the Milwaukee Brewers ten three yeah the brewers cruisin for a bruisin here by the nationals 7 run advantage as they head now to the bottom of the 7th inning Everybody getting in on the action basically a lot of homers by the nationals Josh Bella three run shot Michael Franco a home run Kybert Ruiz with the back to back after bell went deep on soda a couple RBIs same goes for Nelson Cruz Eric fetty went 5 and two thirds struck out four That's again up ten to three over the brewers is the ants are going to look like they're going to end this three game slide and the brewers losing streak goes to 7 games Commanders find Jack Del Rio their defensive coordinator $100,000 for his January 6th dust up comments Coach Ron Rivera is saying those comments don't reflect the organization's views extremely hurtful to the great community here in the DMV D.C. Maryland Virginia area Rivera said that Del Rio will address the team next week and mandatory OTAs We got the Washington mystics in action right now up 12 over Minnesota in Minnesota 62 50 about 6 minutes left in the fourth quarter NBA Finals right now Golden State leading the Celtics 33 28 early in the second quarter Again that's all over the brewers tonight ten three at Nats park in the 7th inning Frank hanrahan to be TLP sports Top stories were following for you tonight on WTO Three people were wounded this afternoon in a shooting at Iverson mall in temple hills and authorities are searching for the accused shooter two women are believed to have non life threatening injuries a man is in critical condition The Department of Homeland Security is advising Americans to stay alert days after it warned about a potential increase in violence this summer and fall It's also urging Americans to know where exits are in case they find themselves in a dangerous situation And the Justice Department will not reopen the case into the shooting death of bijan gazar in a statement today DoJ said it can not prove that the officers involved willfully used unreasonable force stay with WTO for more on these stories in just minutes Now to Ukraine we're getting a glimpse of just how many Ukrainian troops have died in the war with Russia National security correspondent JJ green joined us earlier with details Michael pulled a like He is the president presidential adviser a senior adviser to the president there he spoke with the BBC's World Service on Thursday and he said between 102 hundred Ukrainian soldiers die on the battlefield every day And if you do the math going back almost a hundred days or more then that's somewhere between ten and 20,000 Ukrainian soldiers He said the lack of parity between Ukrainian and Russian military capabilities was one of the main reasons for the number of losses He also said kiv needs up to 300 missile systems to achieve parity with Russia's firepower And until Russia suffers a serious military defeat he says no form of dialog will be possible and they will continue to try to seize a part of their country JJ green WTO and you Bob imler with traffic.

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Washington Commanders' Jack Del Rio Fined for Jan. 6 Comments

Mark Levin

01:53 min | 6 months ago

Washington Commanders' Jack Del Rio Fined for Jan. 6 Comments

"The head coach of the Washington commanders of course they command nothing Put out a statement today that's Ron Rivera About coach Del Rio Del Rio was a fantastic football player He was a coach in his own right It's a very good man as a matter of fact So they need to destroy him So he says at a press conference Something he's not allowed to say He went against the mouse program I believe in equity I believe in social justice I believe in environmental justice I'm a white supremacist I agree with everything they tell me to say January 6th was worse Than the Attack on Pearl Harbor So the head coach the Washington commanders Ron Rivera puts out the following statement This morning I met with coach Del Rio to express how disappointed I am in his comments on Wednesday His comets do not reflect the organization's views and are extremely hurtful to our great community here in the DMV That would be Washington Maryland and Virginia More like the DMZ As we saw last night in the hearings is this guy a football coach As we saw last night in the hearings what did we see last night coach Rivera What happened on the capitol on January 6th was an act of domestic terrorism

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Jack Del Rio fined $100K for comments about Capitol riot

AP News Radio

00:54 sec | 6 months ago

Jack Del Rio fined $100K for comments about Capitol riot

"The Washington commanders have fine defensive coordinator Jack Del Rio for his comments about the riot at the U.S. capitol Coach Ryan Rivera says Del Rio has been fined $100,000 after the assistant coach referred to the capitol riot as a dust up on Wednesday tell Rio downplayed the deadly insurrection and questioned why the protests in the summer of 2020 after George Floyd's death were not receiving the same scrutiny People's livelihoods are being destroyed Businesses are being burned down No problem And then we have a dust up at the capitol They're nothing burned down And we're not going to talk about we're going to make that a major deal Del Rio later apologized for its remarks Rivera says the statements were hurtful to members of the local community and do not reflect the views of the organization Mike Hempen Washington

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"del rio" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

01:54 min | 6 months ago

"del rio" Discussed on WTOP

"The case of davon McNeil who was killed at a barbecue July 4th of 2020 and said the grief carried by davon's mother crystal is shared by too many other mothers around the country We owe it to crystal every mom dad child and grandma every person in her country who carries with them every single day The trauma of gun violence And after explaining why D.C. with some of the strictest gun laws in the country meet stronger federal law too We can make our own laws according to our values and what we see on our streets and somebody can just cross a bridge and they're in a whole different world On the national mall John dome in WTO P news Washington commanders defensive coordinator Jack Del Rio is speaking out about the January 6th attack on the capitol calling it a dust up compared to racial justice protests Here's our story from WTO peace dick giuliano The commander's coach is defending his view expressed first in a tweet that there is a double standard over racial justice protests in which businesses were burned and the January 6th riot at the capitol which he calls a dust up and says nothing burned down I think we all as Americans have the right to express ourselves especially if you're being respectful I'm being respectful Following Wednesday practice defensive coordinator Del Rio was asked how his speaking out might be received by his players I love my guys I respect my guys But I also love the fact that I'm an American and that means I'm free to express myself And I'm not afraid to do that Ridiculo WTO news Stick with us here on double DTP coming up after traffic and weather we will check in with New York Times chief White House correspondent Peter baker as President Biden begins hosting the summit of America's in Los Angeles But there's some controversy and some maybe problematical politics involved We'll check with him coming up Make that four O 7.

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Rep. Andy Biggs and Charlie Discuss the Cartel's Role Along the Border

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:50 min | 6 months ago

Rep. Andy Biggs and Charlie Discuss the Cartel's Role Along the Border

"The cartel's role in this? So the cartel, they prey on these poor people in Nicaragua and in Honduras. And they take all their money and they trafficked them. Right up to the border and they make money on the human smuggling part of it and sometimes they'll have them bring drugs across. Can you talk about how sophisticated this is though? Because the impression a lot of Americans have is that these are just people and mountain and village towns and they kind of, they build themselves up by the bootstraps to go to a better life. It's not like that. This is a kidnapping operation. A pseudo kidnapping operation where there's a business model where the cartels know what they're doing and in fact their profit motive is getting as many people as possible across the southern border. Please expand on that. Yeah, that's exactly right. So cartel effectively controls every inch of the southern border where I'm standing today. They tend to let migrants come through. Why? Because they don't want the disruption. But in other places, whether it's humor or Tucson or Rio Grande valley, they're controlling everybody. So let's say you go to in Del Rio, they're going to let a bunch of people come through and then they're going to send in that would cause an distraction and they'll be hundreds of miles without any patrols. So that's going on. And while that's going on, you've got people that are coming through. They don't have any money. We talked to some folks from Peru, just this morning. And you know what? They had to pay some money when they got here. They said they didn't have to pay any money in this place. That's why they come to Eagle Pass. But everywhere else on the border, you have to pay money. And if you don't pay the money, the cartel is going to kill you. If you try to get through or they're going to stop you, they're going to repeatedly violate the women. We always hear about the women being violent. That's true. They get raped a lot.

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Border Patrol Stopped 23 People on Terrorist Database in 2021

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:44 min | 8 months ago

Border Patrol Stopped 23 People on Terrorist Database in 2021

"I think we've got a border catastrophe. Well, as reporters have learned, border patrol has apprehended at least 23 people coming across the southern border whose on the who are on the terrorist watch list. This happened in 2021, this is data obtained by Fox News, Bill melus finds out about 23 people literally in the terrorist database trying to cross the border into the United States. Here's his report on Fox News. I've obtained a CBP record through a freedom of information act request, which reveals that last year there were 23 known or suspected terrorists who were encountered here at our southern border. Take a look at this graphic right here and we'll dive into the numbers for you. What you're looking at are hits on the TSDB. That is the terrorist screening database, which is maintained by the FBI. You can see the breakdown sector by sector. There were four hits in San Diego sector, four and El Centro two in Yuma, two and Tucson, three and El Paso, four in Del Rio in four in the Rio Grande valley sector. Again, this was for 2021 and keep in mind these are only the ones that they caught. Only the ones they know about. Why is that a concern? Take a look at this final video right here and we'll explain it to you as you look at runners here. CBP sources are telling Fox News that in the last 6 months alone there have been more than 300,000 known got away here at our southern border. Masses of people are making it into the country without ever being apprehended by border patrol and former ice director Tom Holman says that is a major concern when you look at these TSDB hits, he says DHS secretary Alejandro mayorkas has to wake up when it comes to national security at our open border.

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Migrants Arrive in D.C. On Buses Sent by Texas Gov. Greg Abbott

The Dinesh D'Souza Podcast

01:36 min | 8 months ago

Migrants Arrive in D.C. On Buses Sent by Texas Gov. Greg Abbott

"Debbie and I are talking about the border crisis. And it seems like governor Abbott had sort of well, I don't know if you'd call it an naughty idea or a little bit of an in your face idea. But his idea was, listen, you know, if the Biden administration is importing all these people because they want him in this country, well, maybe they should have to deal with them directly. And so Abbott's idea and apparently the first Texas bus. Put the migrants in the bus. Now you can't force them. So it's the migrants who agree to go. Voluntarily, and the first bus drops them off blocks from the U.S. capitol building. Apparently Fox News found out that this particular bus of migrants came from the Del Rio sector, but there were people in there from Columbia from Cuba from Nicaragua from Venezuela. They apparently had all these wristbands, and so when they got there, the bus driver was like, let's cut off your wristband. You're free to roam the streets of D.C.. So I mean, this is kind of a nightmare. And I think Abbott is only doing what he can do within his limited jurisdiction to say, listen, you want him, you got him. Right. Well, did you hear Jen Psaki talking about it? She acted like, oh yes, it's great. It's a great idea. So I think that they're trying to play a little game here because they're wanting to pretend like it's not like it's a good thing. Even though they know it's bad for them, it looks really horrible. The optics are just awful.

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The Biden Administration Couldn't Care Less About Illegal Immigration

The Larry Elder Show

01:31 min | 11 months ago

The Biden Administration Couldn't Care Less About Illegal Immigration

"Let's get back to immigration, which was not asked during the two hour press conference to my knowledge. And I watched or heard most of it. This is a report this morning, Fox News. I watch a lot of CNN and MSNBC. You don't have to. And they couldn't care less about what's going on on the borders. Throughout this border crisis, we have frequently seen the single massive groups all coming across together at once. And it just happened two times in two days down here. Take a look at this remarkable footage given to us by a law enforcement source showing 400 illegal immigrants crossing into Eagle Pass Texas Wednesday night ahead of this winter storm we're dealing with here in Texas, the sector chief in Del Rio actually posted some photos of this group himself, and we can pull those photos up right now. A massive group. Again, all coming across at once. And the crazy thing about this is this exact same thing happened the very night before another group of 400 came across Tuesday night, but that's the size of the groups coming across in some parts of the border. Meanwhile, take a look at this video. We shot down here in the Rio Grande valley. You often hear us talking about runners. This is video as we embedded with Texas DPS near the la Jolla area where we are. Tracking down runners in the brush. Again, these are mostly those single adult men who do not want to be caught usually dressed in black or camo. This group you're looking at what was interesting was there were two men from China who were caught in this group. You're gonna see one of their faces highlighted as they're being walked out of the brush, but just goes to highlight the fact that they continue to come in from all over the world.

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"del rio" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

01:36 min | 1 year ago

"del rio" Discussed on WTOP

"Marilyn women's basketball returned to its top ten format Xfinity center is the terps cruise to a one O 6 78 win over Penn State to up their home win streak to 31 straight games and rebound from Sundays over time lost to Indiana coach Brenda freeze Love the positive assist to turnover ratio value in the basketball it really came ready to play and set the tone and never looked back So great response Diamond Miller scored a season high 24 points in her first start of the season and angel Reese added 15 points and 14 rebounds to record her fourth straight double double for the Turks who have won all but two of their 11 matchups with the Nintendo lions by more than 12 points On the men's side Maryland lost in up and down game to Illinois 76 64 Their second straight loss to remain winless in their first three Big Ten games The Washington football team was back at practice preparing to wrap up a trying 2021 season in New York on Sunday defensive coordinator Jack Del Rio It was a lot but never was there a waiver in the type of determination and willingness to come in go to work how to stick together and fight I think those are important things So that's the character part was strong The performance needs to be better and once we get done with this last opportunity to go play and have fun with each other against the Giants on Sunday then we'll turn our attention to getting better for next year That defense was without montez sweater practice again due to family tragedy the offense was without Ricky seals Jones and Curtis Samuel due to injury and Antonio Gibson was limited Rob woodfork WTO P sports What the mayor of D.C. said in a letter to citizens today.

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The U.S. Southern Border Sees Migrants Enter With NO Resistance

The Larry Elder Show

01:57 min | 1 year ago

The U.S. Southern Border Sees Migrants Enter With NO Resistance

"Regarding the borders, this was on Fox News this morning. The thing that jumps off the page to me the most is that wild situation we saw in Del Rio over the summer with all those Haitians who showed up under the bridge you can pull up that video right here. Keep in mind, remember, the FAA had grounded our Fox News drone. So we went up in a Texas DPS helicopter and we were live on the air for about 30 minutes or so trying to show the country. What was happening on the ground in Del Rio and it was just a jaw dropping situation. We were watching thousands of people literally just walking across the dam in the Rio Grande and just showing up in the United States, no resistance whatsoever and then camping out underneath the bridge. We were watching these people just walking in from Mexico, no resistance on either side, and you can see the ground video we shot as well. 15,000 Haitians ended up showing up and camping out underneath that bridge looked like a third world refugee camp at some points and keep in mind DHS secretary of my orcas, he showed up he had a press conference out there and he said he put a message out saying, do not come, your journey will not succeed. You will not be allowed to stay. He then later admitted that more than 10,000 of those migrants were released into the country, pending their future court dates. Another thing that jumped out at the page, if we can pull up this video, this was from August in the city of McAllen. This was when the city literally had to build an emergency tent compound for COVID positive illegal immigrants. The reason they had to do it is because they said the federal government was releasing so many migrants in the city of McAllen, so many of them were testing positive for COVID-19. They just didn't have the infrastructure to house them, and there was a risk of them walking around in public, so they literally had to build this tent compound in the middle of a public park, and they'll do us park to house thousands of these COVID positive, illegal immigrants, keep in mind, the Catholic charity out there had been quietly trying to house COVID positive migrants in hotels without telling local cities, that all blew up when some of them went into a water burger and started coughing on

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"del rio" Discussed on The Readout Loud

The Readout Loud

04:57 min | 1 year ago

"del rio" Discussed on The Readout Loud

"I mean, monoclonal antibodies are great, but we have had trouble rolling out monoclonals because of the implementation. So always implementation is where the rubber meets the road for anything. And as I said, here, the rubber meets the road is going to start with, you got to get tested right away as soon as you have symptoms you've got to start on therapy right away. And that's 5 days go very quickly. I am hopeful that with the new initiative announced by The White House today in making more rapid tests available that maybe you could be tested home if you start having symptoms and if you have starts having symptoms and gets that tested at home, then you can go to your local drug store. You can go to your local urgent care center and be started on therapy if you're eligible for the medication run away. And what's your view on making these treatments available for people who are both vaccinated or unvaccinated, as we know, the drugs were not tested in people who had the vaccine. We need to get the data, right? That's some of the data that obviously a lot of us are very interested in seeing and hopefully we will see in the ensuring weeks two months. I think we need to see once the drugs receive approval and we start seeing how they're being used, then we can go ahead and decide what we do about them. And how do we implement them and how do we use them and what do we do to make them really be able to do what we need them to do? One of the things we didn't talk about with molnupiravir is a risk that some scientists have flagged that it could lead to the creation of more dangerous new variants. Scientists at Caltech testified at the FDA about this. And has pointed out that it doesn't take a lot of these to happen. If you're giving this drug to millions of people just a few rare events could give rise to new variants like omicron, how worried are you about that potentially happening? Well, you know, those of us that work in HIV know that an effective way of getting mutations happening is to have antiviral therapy that is not fully suppressive, right? When you have treatment for HIV and you don't fully suppress the viral load, then you have the development of mutations, the most effective way to block the development of mutations is to decrease the viral load down to zero. So there's no viral replication. We need to understand, I need to see the data. I don't know how much suppression of viral replication this drug is capable of achieving. And that is something that's going to be important. But obviously at the end of the day, the way to best prevent the development of mutations is to stop transmission of the virus. So zooming out from antivirals, but on the topic of omicron, how concerned are you generally about the rise of that variant, it's emergence around the world and its potential to change the global pandemic response and the efficacy of vaccines. Well, you know, I will start by saying first that we can not lose our side in the fact that we still have a significant problem globally and in our country, not with a Macron, but with Delta, right? I mean, we are seeing a huge rise in cases in many states, primarily among vaccinated individuals, but I was talking to colleagues in Michigan the other day. Yesterday and they were talking about how their hospitals are being overrun by patients. The great majority of them on vaccinated. Wisconsin, Minnesota, Colorado are seeing similar things. So I think we need to remind ourselves that we still have in our country close to a 100,000 cases being diagnosed as ish day and close to a thousand people dying of COVID on a daily basis. And that's what delta alone. So we don't need omicron to have a problem in our country. We have a problem with delta as it is. So let's worry about the problem we have, not the problem we could have. Could a crime change things? Absolutely. But I think the questions that we need to understand with omicron are still not there. At this point in time, the little information we're getting is it infects individuals, but I'm not seeing a huge increase in severe disease. We saw this person coming in diagnosing in California, just yesterday. And you know, the individual is fully vaccinated, yet he tested positive, but he's not sick. He's not in the hospital. He's doing okay, so if that's what ama Kron is going to do, I'll take it, right? If I'm a grown increases infections, but decreases severity of disease, that's actually not a bad thing to have. Doctor Del Rio, thanks so much for joining us. It's been a pleasure. Before we go, we wanted to tell you about a live event that stat is putting on next week December 9th here in New York City. We will be joined to discuss all things COVID-19 by Celine gounder and epidemiologist at NYU as well as John Moore, who's a virologist at wow Cornell University. And then we'll talk to investor elike has been about the interesting state of BioTech stocks.

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Mainstream Media Ignores Massive Migrant Caravan Heading to US Border

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:54 min | 1 year ago

Mainstream Media Ignores Massive Migrant Caravan Heading to US Border

"Right now there is a multi thousand person caravan heading straight for our country, right to the southern border. Between all the mainstream activist networks ABC, NBC CBS CNN MSNBC, zero, mentions on their morning show. This morning that there is a multi thousand person caravan heading for the southern border. Let's go to cut 40 build illusion reporting on how migrants are hiding in cars on trains on their way to San Antonio high cut 40. What you're looking at are Texas state troopers finding 19 illegal immigrants hiding inside of brand new cars that were inside of a train being shipped to the San Antonio area. You can see the troopers looking at those migrants panning up and down Texas DPS pulled 5 other single adult males off of this train arrested them as well. They are all going to jail as well. Again, they are not being handed over to border patrol. And now cut 25, Fox shows how many Texas has deployed the state National Guard as caravans gather in Mexico, heading for Texas, play cut 25. What you're looking at is the Texas National Guard deploying to the area in and around the Del Rio international bridge. Why are they doing this? Because they've seen that migrant caravan that's on the way to the United States as we speak. Texas governor Greg Abbott says he is not going to allow another Del Rio situation to happen like we saw with the Haitians last month. He is pre deploying resources out there as a Shoal force to say if the federal government isn't going to secure that area, the state of Texas will step up. We will fill that void, and they are sending a message to that caravan saying, you will not be allowed to enter Texas. Texas is learning from their lesson of the last lesson I should say are their mistake where they allowed Haitians just to walk right into the state of Texas with almost no one stopping

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"del rio" Discussed on Native Opinion Podcast an American Indian Perspective

Native Opinion Podcast an American Indian Perspective

06:41 min | 1 year ago

"del rio" Discussed on Native Opinion Podcast an American Indian Perspective

"Happens when that occurs. Nothing's gonna get done. You're always going to blame the brown skin people before being you know the bad guys. When in fact they're the victim of the bad guys. Personally say no no. I also want to point out that not every single encounter with our ancestors was necessarily bad when it came to people visiting this continent now as well okay. You know there's plenty of examples of that The the problem was once. The influx of people started coming. They started making rules. That did not include us and affected us and now they're turning around decades later having this debate as in like i said which falls into two sides either pro immigration or against. I'm not even gonna talk about an open border scenario. They've turned it into one side or the other again. The team mentality left versus right. Okay and you know to your point. Who's going to solve it. And what is the right answer today in modern times right. I'm not living in the past. You know i get it. But i just get tired of hearing people talk out of their ass quite frankly Without any kind of historical context behind it. I mean you just provided some i. I guess i did but you know but the people that are in roles of decision making and policy are not and it must happen there. It has to happen there otherwise people. Here's the thing. Most of the people now. Screaming and yelling about immigration are barely old enough to even know who ronald reagan worse. Yes exactly the relying on youtube relying on social media to tell them history They're barely every case. I'm being unfair there but anyway but yeah so you know. And the powers that be know that time comes the erosion of memory and with the erosion of memory. You know they can use that as as a convenient way to continue to blame the brown people. Oh the you know. The people screaming the loudest about immigration. Now they they don't remember they don't even know what caused it and we're not gonna tell them that's exactly what it is or the that is really is all right last little point. I wanted to bring up on this subject. None of immigration but well. It isn't a roundabout way but not not to the level. It is just to point out an example stupidity. Okay this is a whole that professors to be the governor of texas greg abbott staking a fleet of police vehicles brother and lining them up along the border rosa. Flores will take a look at the unprecedented methods. Republican texas governor grab is using to deter migrants from crossing into the state has thousands of migrants weighed in a makeshift camp under the del rio international bridge to get processed by immigration authorities. A miles long. Steel barrier of texas state trooper vehicles has gone up to deter the up to thirty thousand haitians. Cnn has been told could be heading towards the border if you are targeting texas to come to. We're going to show up in force and shut down the border. You see those images now. Somebody mentioned that night said i. I'm not even going to look at it. It's a waste of resources. It's a waste of tax dollars to. He literally said said. It was symbolic too to dissuade people from coming to the united states. She's through the texas border. It's symbolic of his stupidity. These are the people in very very powerful positions. Guys doing many ass like that. Yes in many. Instances voting matters. But that's a discussion for another day. So anyway just thought i'd bring up briefly but that's all i have brother so i have. Yeah my bags empty too but we appreciate you guys as always coming and checking us out here and listening to guys babylon about stuff stuff fairs like we say but you know with maybe a twist if you will but But again thank you ever so much for absol- for joining us and You know keeping in mind again of our friend buddy. Big mountain please If if if you have any any spare money for coffee or something if you could possibly consider Donation his way to help them with those medical bills. We we appreciate it. Thank you and you can always reach us here. In the show any number of ways one of which which is pretty common is to email us hosts with an s. hosts that native opinion dot com. My name is michael kicking bear. I'm from the mashantucket. Tribal nation located here in the state of connecticut. Guy over there. He is david gray. Al citizen of the cherokee tribe alabama stated here in sunny south west florida clouds. And thank you for being with us. Be safe out there. Please please please good weekend. Two guys take care..

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"del rio" Discussed on Mornings With Gail - 1310 KFKA

Mornings With Gail - 1310 KFKA

02:11 min | 1 year ago

"del rio" Discussed on Mornings With Gail - 1310 KFKA

"Long last opines while feature all the biden administration is furious about the bockel on the southern border away not about surge of migrants. Mind you The white house using a single episode to scapegoats law enforcement and deflect criticism from its immigration. Deo year now. Of course as you probably are aware the flare up came on monday. This is when reuters published footage mounted border patrol agents facing down about two hundred. Haitian migrants this near del rio texas. They even got bitten by some of those migrants. Oh wait that's part of the over on their thou. The article and several that followed mistook. The officers rains for whips and claim. They've been wielded against migrants so entered democrat representative to lead denouncing. What called human rights abuses. Well it was a classic rush to judgment in the age of viral images. And it's not surprising whatsoever that the administration seized on that moment which offered some supposed- more clarity amid this escalating border mess abated by the biden administration's response or perhaps more aptly communicated its lack there of those fifteen thousand some haitians. Who arrived in del rio last week. Or but a fraction of continuing wave the officers in the encounter supposed to control the border. But they're simply overwhelmed by the numbers only a change in the incentives of us policy can reduce the human tide. But is that change coming anytime soon. Ken oliver is head of right on immigration at the texas public policy foundation wrote a great piece on monday in the federal is the texas indeed has stepped up to fill the void left by the federal government to try.

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"del rio" Discussed on Post Reports

Post Reports

01:39 min | 1 year ago

"del rio" Discussed on Post Reports

"Hernandez covers border immigration for the post. And that's it for post reports. Thanks for listening today. Show is produced by lena. Muhammad and alexis de out with production help from jordan. Ray smith the episode was mixed by rennie's pronoski if you're interested in a deeper look a title forty two the remain in mexico policy arlene reported to part audio documentary about it earlier. This year she worked with post reports editor. Ted muldoon to tell the story of a woman named nancy. Who is kept in a migrant camp at mexico's border after fleeing violence and el salvador the series is called marooned and matamoros and will put a link to it in our show notes. I'm.

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"del rio" Discussed on Post Reports

Post Reports

07:54 min | 1 year ago

"del rio" Discussed on Post Reports

"We'll be right back. This episode is sponsored by the financial times the f. t. covers all the key topics you need to know about in the us and around the world and how that impacts you and your life the t. considers what global leaders businesses and thinkers can do to create a better future not just regarding business and finance but also climate change technology inequality and in work and careers. Get the information. You need to get ahead in your career with a financial times visit. Fda dot com slash new agenda to read carefully selected free articles and save fifty percent on an annual digital subscription after spending a significant amount of time at the river and talking to people who are back and forth. I decided. I wanted to check out what was happening. Sort of on the other side of this. Which is the releases of families. Del rio is a city of about forty thousand. Thirty five to forty thousand people. They don't have an actual bus. The bus station is a gas station. So i went over to the gas station to you. Know to talk to migrants who had been recently released from custody and were about to board buses to head out to to san antonio or other destinations. And that's where i came across gear. Leanne my name is berlin. Joseph i am the co founder and executive director of the haitian would alliance and we work at the. Us mexico border foam tapachula. All the way to t- kwena right now. We are at the gas station and a we came here to see how we can help some of the migrants who will be spending the night our here with our Shelter why are they here From what i understand. They are here because they have nowhere else to go there. Is it a overnight shelter. In w and these people do not have the means to get a bus to To san antonio or boss to the nearest bigger city the end up stranded here at the gas station. I wanna take a step back and just ask. Why are so many haitians and other migrants in del rio in the first place. Can you just give me the context there del. Rio has been a popular crossing point for migrants for many many months for nine months certainly since january and prior to that part of the reason is that it's relatively shallow the water but was probably more of a factor. Is that the mexican side of this particular. Crossing point is relatively are comparatively safer and not as much cartel or criminal organizations Involvement as they are and other crossing points where you know people have been kidnapped. People have been beaten for for not paying to get across. This is a relatively safe crossing point for them. And you know when one group of migrants makes it through. They communicate to their relatives. Their friends through to other people who inquire via social networks are word of mouth. Hey go to del. Rio go to kunia. That's where you need to come through so venezuelans in particular and and cubans. These are migrants. Who generally can pay a little bit. More than some of the central american migrants will pay to be smuggled or will fly into mexico city and take buses to a kunia for that reason and what is the bat an administration doing about the people at the border so right now they've increased the number of personnel that they have down there working with the migrants I mean if if you just look past the the border fences just parking lot of all kinds of abc agencies. That are that are working with these folks. They have negotiated deportation flights back to to haiti at which is interesting because you know. Haiti isn't quite a bit of turmoil right now. They are working with mexico and it seems like they're putting pressure on mexico to step up their enforcement on their side at their southern border to keep these folks from making the journey all the way through and in some cases just doing what they can do to speed up this entire process. They brought in lots of buses to move people but in terms of sort of a complete. Oh coherent strategy That that's something that we we you know. A lot of people in this community have been asking for an and wanting to see. And i am not clear that that that has come together yet. Yeah i'm suing. People are there to seek like their legal right to come to the us and seek asylum. But that's not what's happening now. Because the biden the administration has kept in place. This title forty two which is public health order that basically gives them the power to summarily expelled people without screening them for something like you know credible fear which is the standard for asylum. You know one of the ways to request asylum in the united states is that you have to be on. Us soil and requests it. So you know what these folks are doing in crossing and then asking for asylum is completely legal and in some senses there. you know. it's a weird area of law where it's like you know you don't want across the river illegally but the port of entries are not available to you. There aren't any other options to do this. And so i'm going across the river and requests asylum on. Us soil. i think the court actually ruled and told about administration that they need to lift this order. This expulsion order but they are appealing and they. They're working in the courts to keep it in place which is something they've been. You know heavily criticized for by by immigrant advocates pro immigration outfits. People who just watch the legal back and forth of this. Yeah because i think title forty two is something that was started under the trump administration at sort of seemed like maybe it would go away. I'm wondering have you talked to migrants. Who are surprised at the bottom administration seems to be following right in the footsteps of the trump administration when it comes to this policy like did they come partially because they were expecting things to be different. Yes no that's like a. That's a complicated question. I think migrants are aware certainly of the political situations into the communities. They're coming from but it's not like you know they're reading the washington post and the new york times in and keeping tabs of every little change in policy or court case. That happens. what they're doing is talking to each other and letting them know. So while the first waves of migrants inbound like okay new administration. This seems like an opportunity for us you know. Is it specific to biden. It might be but it also just might be the change of administration. I was talking to a former border patrol agent yesterday and he was telling me you know every time. There's a change in the presidency. You know this. It looks like a window of opportunity for migrants. And there's always a little bit of an and people coming across only it usually dissipates by the summer in this case it just hasn't so i think migrants and what they've told me are aware that this is a president who has said that he would be more welcoming to immigrants that they know for a fact that other people have made it through and so they were looking for their shot as well.

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"del rio" Discussed on Post Reports

Post Reports

07:49 min | 1 year ago

"del rio" Discussed on Post Reports

"I'm standing. In the middle of the rio grande perplex somewhat stupefied by the image in front of me. You're hearing are least hernandez who covers border immigration for the post and she's physically standing right between the us and mexico hundreds if not thousands of people are moving in front of me. Sort of trudging through a swift but low current carrying things on their head. Like boxes of food or in some cases mattresses. Today we're going to take you to the southwestern border where thousands of mostly he should migrants have crossed the grand into texas. They've made camp under an international bridge even as the us tries to deport them by the planeload from the newsroom of the washington post this is post reports. I'm emma chalk off. It's wednesday. September twenty second in del rio texas on the us border. Thousands of people have crossed over for mexico after surrendering themselves to border patrol. They're just waiting while their papers are being processed. But it's an amazing image of just thousands of people in these makeshift shelters underneath the bridge surrounded by federal and state law enforcement. That encampment is already shrinking. Immigration officials are starting to clear the area and state and federal officials are trying to keep people out. we put Hundreds of texas department of public safety cars then created a steel wall. Texas governor greg. Abbott has ordered miles of cars to try to physically block people from entering the country. A steel wall of dps vehicles. That prevented anybody from crossing. That damn seen people walk across. Walking into the state of texas there have been some surreal photos. Circulating images of border patrol agents on horseback reaching out to grab migrants slopping. The most brains driving them back into the river. The biden administration has been airlifting planeloads of people back to their countries of origin. Mostly haiti places in south america. That number is expected to double today now. There had been three or four flights that we're going out each day now. We're up to seven flights a day full of people hundreds of people on these airplanes to a country that really is in no position to be able to assist and receive these people after a series of crises had walloped the island nation in recent months. This was pretty unprecedented. The context is that camps like this exist in mexico right now with thousands of people. There's one in tijuana. There is one in three nossa and there was one until february in matamoros mexico. These are all cities that are on the other side of us cities and this is just the first time that we've seen this number this magnitude of people on the us side but this has been happening in mexico for a long time you know. Because of the various policies at the united states has employed under trump under biden. It's created sort of these like corking the bottle if you will. And how many migrants are we talking about. You know waiting there. As especially i guess. A few days ago when it was at the peak at its peak. I heard numbers as high as eighteen. Thousand is probably somewhere between fourteen thousand and eighteen thousand with more on the way that little asterisk. 'cause there again there had been dozens of reports from from mexico. That more buses were on their way right now. It seems to have been reduced to under ten thousand and like where are all these folks coming from. Why are they leaving. Why are they making this journey. Well they're coming from a variety of places but primarily at least in my experience in talking to migrants. Many of them are coming from south america. These are folks who had migrated years ago after the twenty ten earthquake. In haiti that devastated the island nation. They sought other opportunities in south. America and countries like chile and brazil. Were at first receiving these migrants and giving them identification papers they were able to work in some cases but the pandemic and the devastation. It has wreaked on some of those economies certainly pushed down pressure on these immigrants who are at the bottom rung of society in these places and it was enough the racism discrimination The joblessness to push these folks to continue northward to the united states where they have family. Can you describe a little more with. The scene is like on the ground there. Right at the border. I have not put is on the camp itself but what i can tell you and what you can see from. Various vantage points is just this. It's this huge pasture dirt. You know this is. This is brush country. This is the middle of the chihuahua. Desert the river runs through it. But this is You know high desert country essentially and so it's a patch dirt where folks are using correo. Cain which is like bamboo like sexually invasive plant. It's pretty tall. And what they're doing is taking those. The the canes stripping off like the leaves and making almost like teepee structures with them to to create shelters or to create huts. I understand from several migrants that the children are suffering. the most. there just isn't much space there it's dirty it's dusty earlier in the week when i was in the rio grande. Folks are using the river as a place to clean themselves. People were actually bathing in the river with soap. They had bought from mexico. Because this place was just so dirty hygiene is not great. You know the government has brought him portable toilets. But you know one of the migrants told me that. I mean it's just foul. I imagine thousands of people using maybe a dozen to two dozen portable toilets. I'm sure there's more than that but you know it's just not not a great place to have thousands of people and yet this was the choice that they were making. They'd rather be you know in the united states trying to go through this process. So who've you've been talking to what. What kind of stories have you heard. I heard from several folks. The i was a guy named wendy. We jam it today and wendy had traveled from from chile. He's thirty one. He's a father of a of a young daughter three-year-old. i encountered him on the spillway. In two other kunia in mexico he'd been in the camp his wife and child were still in the camp but he was there because he needed a second to just collect himself and to cry and he didn't want to cry in front of his daughter and wife. But you know it was sort of a moment of release for him because he had made this incredible journey from chile where he tried to make it work for him and his family. He's an information systems like computer engineer and had been studying law in in haiti before they were forced to leave as a family and he was just telling you know if the united states just just gave us a chance rate i would pay taxes. You know i would be buying goods and services in the united states you know our presence would be a boon. I mean he's literally going through all of this and its head trying to figure out what the best argument that can be made in order to stay and.

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"del rio" Discussed on Bill O’Reilly’s No Spin News and Analysis

Bill O’Reilly’s No Spin News and Analysis

05:33 min | 1 year ago

"del rio" Discussed on Bill O’Reilly’s No Spin News and Analysis

"On msnbc. Who traffics in dividing the races. That's what she does. Does it every day so you know about the gabby petito story. young woman. Twenty two years old murder by her boyfriend boyfriend is at large. They'll get them and this is a horrible horrible story and it's a human interest story. I've got a daughter. Twenty two all right. So everybody's going to be interested in. This story is with joy. Reid said now goes without saying that no family should ever have to endure that kind of pain and the petito family certainly deserve answers and justice but the way the story has captivated the nation has many wondering why not the same media attention when people caller go missing. Well the answer actually has a name missing white woman syndrome. The term coined by the late and great gwen eiffel to describe the media and public fascination with missing white. Women like lacy peterson natalie holloway on ignoring cases involving missing people of color. So even this heinous crime is made into a racial situation by mistreat. Now you may know and if you follow me you do that. I've been covering the chicago. Horrendous violence on african americans for more than a decade right and i have been on that story and done everything i could including talking to the president of the united states about it to try to protect african americans in the city of chicago as your redone that no she has not why i can only speculate got a black mayor. Laurie life which gago but before that yet rahm emanuel who is white but a progressive so finish chicago leading any kind of movement to protect african american lives. No she has not black lives matter. We all know not a word not a word so what is going on. Well it comes back to what i said in the introduction. What this woman does is insight bad race relations in america as your proof milwaukee middle class town. German african american town makes a lot of beer. Brewers you know. The basketball team won the championship. So it's forty percent black. Milwaukee and the violence is now the worst in cities history. There's never been a time. That is more violence in milwaukee. The mayor's tom barrett a democrat of course progressive democrat areas. Tom is absolutely clueless. Doesn't know what he's doing homicides in two thousand nineteen ninety eight so far this year and we still have a three months ago hundred and twenty shootings two thousand nine hundred and four hundred forty four so far this year. five eighty six milwaukee. The vast majority of victims are black. Men as are the perpetrators. Gordon moore walkie police. Okay so i spoke with donald trump. Yesterday we are getting together. The tour we're going to start marketing. The trump o'reilly history tour in about ten days. You'll begin to see some commercials in the cities Sunrise fort lauderdale. Florida orlando florida houston and dallas texas. So i'm talking about you. Know with the market is going to be a. We've sold an enormous amount of tickets without any marketing. But now we're going to try to sell all the arenas out in the base of their conversation. President trump said. I'm going to have new information about the election fraud now. You know me. I got to see it in order to believe it. I'm not taking anecdotal on doing any of that. But i'm not gonna get an argument with president trump on the phone about the election. Truth is i think there was fun. But i don't know how much but i did say to him. This if you have solid information that i can see in every other american could see you need to present it in a very clear way and not you. You don't do it. You gotta find someone else to present the evidence not rudy. Giuliani somebody with a lot of credibility in the legal electoral area. He said to me. Could you recommend someone and i did. But i'm not gonna tell you who because it's unfair. I don't know if the person will do it. I don't know if donald trump even call it. But get. And i did it for one reason only to try to protect my country if there was electoral fraud. I want to know about it. You wanna know.

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"del rio" Discussed on Bill O’Reilly’s No Spin News and Analysis

Bill O’Reilly’s No Spin News and Analysis

06:58 min | 1 year ago

"del rio" Discussed on Bill O’Reilly’s No Spin News and Analysis

"Trespassing charges and so okay what. Let's take us through the process there if you arrest an undocumented person on trespass because they're trespassing on the state of texas property oregon state of texas didn't give them permission to come there then. Do you put them in. Detention trust has is a misdemeanor. What do you do with them. What does he. What does he propose it. The governor has cleared out several jails statewide for the purpose of detaining people. So they're going to go be charged in the county and be prosecuted or be prosecuted uncharged And that point those people will eventually after they are if they're convicted and served time We'll be deported. Turned over to ice. Okay and then. I just right but those people are subject to bail. You'd have to have bail right and you know that the left wing organizations are going to raise bell and get them out and they're gonna disappear. It's it's you know. I think what the governor is trying to do is take a step and say the federal government's not doing anything white can we do Now three billion dollars at texas has made available to resolve the situation at the border and the next two years texas announced today. They've seen one point. One million people illegally enter their state from mexico over the past year and the previous record. I believe nineteen eighty-six for texas. It was six hundred thousand. So wildness isn't the national highest per se. You know we've had higher Illegal immigration rates at the border in previous years. It's all you know relegated to one area and that was the rio grande valley. Now it's del rio But it's the one st absorbing all the impact on new mexico in california's i said don't really care. Arizona does but it's wherever the people can get in texas shortest place when you talk to border patrol agents. They must be exhausted. These people down in. Was you know working for homeland. Security and even for the state of texas just non stop right. It is yeah. And when i spoke with the national border patrol council. That's their union for the twenty thousand agents I spoke with the president. For the del rio region here yesterday and i said you know you told me last week. That morale was hanging by a thread. Where does it sound stand now. And he said morale is non existent and so it's an interesting place that agents are in now they don't see an end to it. They're working mandatory six-day shifts now working overtime And frankly they're all endorsed processing. So that's interviewing someone getting their information filling out paperwork and then it's the next person and normally the the most they've ever done here and del. Rio is eight hundred thousand processing cases a day. They're now up to two thousand. A day and in the backlog is amazing. Now a lot of haitians there and this is relatively new the mail i get is. How did the haitians get from the island of haiti and hispaniola. All the way to the border of del rio have you traced it. We have right and it's every person has a different story but we're seeing a lot of haitians who left several years ago. Three five years ago went to south america central america and have been living there for for the past several years and there was a is he kind of an interesting phenomenon. message after i july by administrations had we're going to extend sir program called. Tps temporary protected status another two years for haitians were legally living in america that means patients in the us won't be deported. Some of that was misunderstood and so haitians thought weekend. I'll go to the us. We won't be deported now. that coupled with mexico having all these patients coming up through the southern part of its country decided earlier this month. We're just gonna let people throw. It's not going to beat our problem anymore as what to law enforcement officials told me But that's why you're seeing so many people come and nbc reporting yesterday that you know. They're looking at twenty thousand more haitians in columbia now saying we're gearing up to make the journey to the us. Sure hoagie so most of these people had left. Haiti years ago had resettled in central and south america and because biden has sent ridiculous signals all over the place and we have this crisis in these pictures. They now decided. Look i'm going to try to get to the usa once and for all this is my opportunity. Does that summit up accurately it sounds it up over here yes okay. Final question and and again and a rights for the washington examiner. Very kind to help us out. She's actively covering the story for her newspaper. Hope they're paying a lot of money august. You deserve it. My final question is today's. I'm sorry i'm sweating on your program. Listen you really hero to inform the american people about what's happening down there final question. The human suffering is sublimated to the politics of the border invasion. The human suffering on the migrant side is enormous is it not it is and it certainly and if you had to tell the american people why that human suffering is happening in september two thousand twenty one when it was not happening nearly to this extent one year ago. What would you say i would. I would actually come to the defense. Because last year in march win the trump administration imposed policies immediately. Expel anyone who came across the border. What you saw in march was monthly apprehension. So people caught coming across legally dropped about sixteen thousand and then over the next twelve months when all the way up to one hundred and fifty thousand because people realize. Hey we're not going to be prosecuted. But i think to compare it to twenty. Twenty is a hard year because it wasn't a normal year But the levels were seeing every month. Twenty one year highs It's you can't say there's not a crisis the agency is certainly in crisis and really the people in custody are the ones who are bearing the brunt of it. Okay anna thanks very much. Stay safe down. There were really appreciate it. You're about to hear a preview of the jordan. Harbinger show with professor scott galloway. Who's here to give you uncomfortable truths on life strategies.

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"del rio" Discussed on Bill O’Reilly’s No Spin News and Analysis

Bill O’Reilly’s No Spin News and Analysis

03:28 min | 1 year ago

"del rio" Discussed on Bill O’Reilly’s No Spin News and Analysis

"Somebody asking the foreign nationals. Who are locked in del. Rio texas and setting up camps on this side of the border for proof of vaccination for a negative test. Well first of all. I can re re re address for you or we re talk you through what steps we take off for people who fly into the country so if somebody walks into the country right across the river. There's somebody asked them to see their tax mediation. Well let me explain to you again peter. Our process works as individuals as individuals. Come across the border and they are Both assessed for whether they have Any symptoms if they have symptoms they are the intention is for them to be quarantined. That is our process. They're not intending to stay here for a lengthy period of time. They're not intending to stay here for a lengthy period of time. So let me get this straight. They come from honduras el salvador and guatemala about two thousand miles on foot. They pay thousands of dollars to gangsters to help them get in but they're not intending to stay very long. It's a week or two a disneyland. Play maybe maybe. They'll go to a baseball game football game back then. I really intending to stay risking their lives to come across the border. But jen psaki. Atta worry about them. Then act intending to stay very long again. This is so far out there. I can't even. i don't have the words. i don't have the adjectives. These people the biden administration are so detached from what is actually happening that it is a crisis in itself. That's a crisis. So let me give you some stats. They'll rio taxes town of thirty five thousand people all right. Roughly one hundred and forty five miles west of san antonio as of monday. More than six thousand. Haitians have been kicked out of del. Rio and flown at our expense. Back to haiti. Twenty eight thousand haitians intercepted by the border patrol this fiscal year which ends in ten days. All right that's compared to forty four hundred last year so twenty eight thousand this year forty four hundred last year remember. Trump was in office last year. Okay and the department of homeland. Security had to close the port of entry in del rio because thousands of people are living under the bridge as you saw and the only reason is a big story is because they got those photographs so the network did cover the del rio story the three of them last night but i wanted independent person on the ground and anna gear. Atelli who works for the washington examiner was kind enough and i mean that literally. Because she's working down there all right to talk with us today about what she is seeing with. Her own is anna. Thanks very much. Especially because i understand. You're covering governor abbot. Today down here. Is that what you're doing. I am i am in my car. Just left the border Were.

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"del rio" Discussed on John and Ken on Demand

John and Ken on Demand

03:51 min | 1 year ago

"del rio" Discussed on John and Ken on Demand

"The john and ken show. John kobylt. Ken chiampou. Kfi am six forty live everywhere on the iheartradio app. Well the word was. Your journey will not succeed. The department of homeland security secretary alejandro may orcas visited del rio today. Del rio texas to tell haitian migrants not to enter the us. Apparently the us's now going to ramp up their expulsion flights. There was many as fifteen. Thousand migrants camped under this bridge. Rio texas many of them are haitian people and popped up big last week. Yeah that'll stop them. This may orcas character saying he will not succeed. You will not succeed okay. Everybody's everybody's turning around and running or we're gonna to talk now with todd bensman. He's the is with. Senator from immigration studies cis. Yes the senior national security fellow is what i wanted to say. And he's written y. The huge illegal alien camp formed in del rio and has got a good information in this column. he wrote for cis. Todd how are you. I'm doing great a little bit tired. came back From a very long day in mexico last night and here to talk about it though where did fifteen thousand haitians come from. After they left haiti they get here. Okay well for one thing. Most americans believe that these patients are running away from some sort of terrible earthquake or the assassination of the haitian president and political discord. And that sort of thing but none of that is true None of these haitians are coming. From haiti they are living in chile and in brazil for years and years The folks were mostly Living with legal residents and work authorization in those countries they were making pretty good livings. They were in safety and security for years and then the Biden administration opened the border. They did policies like ended the deportation and they started letting family units and Unaccompanied myers by the tens of thousands. And when these people saw that happening they were like. Let's trade this in for an upgrade and they came and that is the story with these patients they were coming from chile and brazil and when they get to the border Most of them are Turning themselves in because the biden administration has decided to just process most of them right into the country to all four corners of the united states. And that's been happening for eight months this particular crowd though there's a different story with these guys Long about about maybe Six months or a year ago the biden administration cut a deal with the mexicans the mexican government to slow the immigrants coming in on the southern border to Gum with paperwork require that they apply for different asylum and that sort of thing and They were forced to stay in the tapa. Chula area by national guard roadblocks and then on sunday september twelfth. The mexican government said all of a sudden never mind. By that time there were thousands tens of thousands of haitians down there and tapa chula and on the twelfth..

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"del rio" Discussed on 790 KABC

790 KABC

01:49 min | 1 year ago

"del rio" Discussed on 790 KABC

"Del Rio because of the 10,000 under that international bridge there between Acuna and Del Rio. It is not getting any better. Only getting worse. Here's your forecast. A heat advisory is in place for portions of northern Texas and Dallas Today, the temperature is expected to hit 101 tomorrow, back to 80 degrees there on the other side of the coin. There is snow in the forecast for some of the higher elevations of Wyoming. If you're traveling on I 80 between Arlington and Laramie or on state Road, 30. You could certainly see some snow flurries and some accumulating snow there. Over to Tennessee and portions of central Alabama, where heavy rain from the remnants of Nicholas will continue to threaten additional flooding and flash flooding across the Tennessee Valley today and forecast rain for that area today certainly won't help look for showers from Chicago to Atlanta, Another area of rain is sweeping from Minnesota through Iowa. A slow mover that will continue over the next 24 hours. As it moves eastward fall begins Wednesday. A look at your national forecast from Red Eye radio. I'm meteorologist John Trout. Okay. Progressives hovered above the annual year long event receiving big insurance. These savings are available up until and straight through Labor Day. Halloween. Cleveland's birthday taco Tuesday the anniversary of the moon landing White.

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"del rio" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

WLS-AM 890

01:43 min | 1 year ago

"del rio" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

"Del Rio Bridge along the border. Julian Joseph, with the Haitian Bridge Alliance says the migrants face a bleak future. United States the superpower from what First of all country cannot absorb the people at the border. How do we expect a need to absorb them? The simplest they have fled. Pentagon officials apologizing for US ordered Drone strike in Kabul, August 29th killed 10 people, including several Children, family members of those killed, say apologies are not enough. You're listening to ABC News response to Reagan Memorial Tollway, still recovering from an earlier crash block of the right name West Woodlawn and earlier crash just left the north side of the Tri state on the brakes from the Eisenhower's first week to after the O'Hare, Oasis and 19 expressively like the outbound side under 20 minutes, like Kennedy and Kennedy, busy Cumberland to Harlem division into the Jane will be half an hour in from the airport. 18 from Montrose 10 when using the expressing, too will slow you as well. Division wanted Flipside Bumper bumper Burn Interchanged Demon Montrose, Canfield 30 out to the junction 50 minute track. To the airport from the burned interchange as an hour 40 minutes and about 3 92 way to the post office. 28 woke slowly, man, I'm lost him. Stevenson, 21 Veterans to Lakeshore Drive down, Right 18 minutes 95th and burn Interchange Solid Chinatown feet around into downtown or freeway. I 57 quiet from the W LSE Manager Travis Center. I'm Jane Shimmy with your next update in 30 minutes. Hey, what's up? It's DJ cheese from the Bruce ST James Show. Check out our new versus game at W. Ls am dot com number one Prediction game testing your knowledge on just about everything from entertainment to history..

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"del rio" Discussed on Blazing Trails

Blazing Trails

04:41 min | 1 year ago

"del rio" Discussed on Blazing Trails

"And today were catching up with dr gita. Air salesforce is chief medical officer with an update on the pandemic including what parents need to be thinking about when it comes to sending their kids back to school and how companies can take the lead in fighting the delta variant. The resurgence infections joining us to discuss. This is dr carlos del. Rio executive associate dean of the emory school of medicine and grady health system and niece chopra co founder and president of care journey and formerly the first. Us chief technology officer under.

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"del rio" Discussed on Moscova Media Podcast

Moscova Media Podcast

02:22 min | 1 year ago

"del rio" Discussed on Moscova Media Podcast

"Regardless of who we believe in When we have to face our creator ended the day We won't be able to be used Trump as an excuse on why activists are way or anybody like that We won't even. I don't think we'll be able to use m k gandhi. Why we did good either. It has to come from us from inside in our true intentions and that means clubhouse. Oh yeah i agree a hundred percent but you know it was funny and you know like i'm obviously not black but i did live in the bahamas for the first four years of my life so i grew up with all my friends were black and my whole world is black and sometimes i really. I feel more comfortable around black people and white people because i'm not white. I'm black but i the early years of my life i but it was black right so i think it took me a while realized. I'm not black. I look in the mirror. Oh shit But it's funny. Because i was listening to this clubhouse room and it was black women who are trying to cancel. Mlk and i was like. Oh i didn't realize that. Martin luther king could be a divisive figure because i guess some some of the ways he allegedly treated women unacceptable and i was like man mike. And you keep you. Can't you can't cancel. Mlk look what he did. But there's really a complexity to you know political figures and what they mean But i do agree with you. A hundred percent dude at the end of the day can't be with this person or that person or what has to be all of us like right now and definitely definitely mean and And i definitely studied the black community and being one of being a person of color myself even though my family's from haiti and you know and came over here by boat or whatnot The eighties And move into the ghetto Yet they found a way to move out and better their lives and and keep keep pushing so when it comes to the black community. I don't like to make excuses for them yet. Having actually been in certain ones like ghettos or whatnot and experienced it.

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