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Alex Padilla to become California's first Latino senator, replacing Harris

Democracy Now! Audio

03:21 min | Last month

Alex Padilla to become California's first Latino senator, replacing Harris

"California governor gavin newsom has appointed california's secretary of state. Alex padilla to replace vice president-elect kamala harris in the us senate padilla will make history as the first latin next senator to represent california state with a population. That's forty percent latin x. He was first elected to public office at twenty six years old. When he joined the los angeles city council he went on to serve two terms in the state senate followed by two terms as the state secretary of state. Alex padilla is the son of mexican immigrants and video. Posted by governor newsom to twitter. Padeas talked about how his family's background has shaped his political. Work can tell you how many pancakes my dad flip through egg scrambled. Try to provide for us sir. In many many years my mom cleaning house the same. So i i try so hard to make sure that our democracy is as inclusive in california's we built in to help a important perspective to washington. Alex padilla is a close ally of governor gavin newsom. He has not taken a public stance unpopular progressive issues. Such as medicare for all. The green new deal abolishing ice. That's immigration customs enforcement for more on his appointment. We go to los angeles where we're joined by fernando guetta. He's a professor of political science at loyola marymount university where he's also director of the center for the study of los angeles. We welcome you to democracy now. Professor get it. It's great to have you back after a number of years. Can you start off by talking about the significance of this appointment and who alex and who. Alex padilla is someone you've known for many many years. Well obviously the significant is very historic and symbolic that latinos. Now have this position. There's been tremendous amount of latino political mobilization. And you've seen latino mayors like antonio viragos lieutenant governor secretary of state mike. But the you've seen latinos be the head of the legislature speaker or as president pro. Tem of the senate. Republican the only positions that latinos having gained in modern times as the us senate which they've never held in california and governor. There wasn't latino governor back in the eighteen seventies but this is really a reflection of the historic importance of latinos also politically. You know we think about forty percent of the population and they're also a significant number of the electric. It is because a lot tino political mobilization that california is deeply blue without that innovation california would be purple and maybe even read and we're changed the whole dynamics of national politics. I remind people that for many presidential elections. Republicans won california. It wasn't until nine hundred ninety. Two democrats started winning and berry winning because of we all know the. Ross perot factor there. But after that really dependent on the latino vote and latino vote is the backbone of california being democratic which becomes the backbone of the democrats having a chance in the electoral college is so historic to historic significance but also political significance

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Activists travel to Wilmington to urge Biden to be more aggressive on immigration reform

Democracy Now! Audio

01:53 min | Last month

Activists travel to Wilmington to urge Biden to be more aggressive on immigration reform

"Joe biden promised to reverse trump's most restrictive immigration policies during his twenty twenty campaign. But since he was elected biden has not included immigration among us top four priorities the pandemic economic recovery racial equity and climate change well on tuesday hundreds of immigrant activists and their allies caravan through biden's home city of wilmington delaware. Where they demanded he issue a moratorium on deportations and advance a path to citizenship for undocumented people within his first hundred days in office this is yet siri tovar and with make the road action. We are in rodney square and this is one and delaware and the reason why we chose to be here is because this is where president-elect is living right now And so what better way to make sure that our voices are being heard then coming down to his home town and rain coming down from seven different states over the east coast. All the way with years is home to making sure that you know. He doesn't forget our communities. Forget the promises that he said that he was going to deliver on his campaign trail. We're just weeks away for gration. President-elect biden sent a letter to the organizers of the event writing quote the work of realising our shared vision is before us the good and necessary work that will lead to an immigration system. that's fair humane. in that reflects our values as a nation of immigrants. He wrote caravanners also stopped at hudson county jail in new jersey not far from the bergen county jail both jails contract with ice immigration customs enforcement to hold immigrants who have civil immigration cases not criminal charges over the weekend. Police fired smoke grenades at a solitary rally outside the bergen county jail where they arrested nine

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9 Arrested During Protest, Clash With New Jersey Police Outside Bergen County Jail

Freakonomics Radio

00:40 sec | Last month

9 Arrested During Protest, Clash With New Jersey Police Outside Bergen County Jail

"Protests have continue throughout the weekend outside the Bergen County Jail in Hackensack over the county's contract to jail people for immigration, customs enforcement. Unlike yesterday when nine people arrested after clashes with police, today's protest was held across the street from the jail away from the cops. Madeline tremble of Bergen County resident who rallied with about 50, protesters said the county is complicity in Isis operations. Bergen County and it's entirely Democratic led county government is enabling age to detain and deport more people. It's a simple is that and it's time to end the contract. Now I speaks Bergen County $110 a day for each of the 200 immigrants. That are held there.

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Explosive charges from nurse at immigrant detention center

The Daily Beans

03:45 min | 4 months ago

Explosive charges from nurse at immigrant detention center

"And a whistleblower complaint made by a nurse at a private prison is detention center in. Georgia. Who is expressing concern at the inordinate amount of hysterectomies performed on immigrant women they're content warning here for medical experimentation and alleged eugenics. Several legal advocate groups on Monday filed a whistleblower complaint on behalf of a nurse at immigration customs. Enforcement Detention Center, documenting jarring medical neglect within the facility including refusal to test detainees for Corona virus and into the rate of hysterectomies being performed on immigrant women. The nurse Don Wooten was employed at the Irwin County Detention Center in Georgia which is operated by LaSalle corrections private prison company. This complaint according to law and Crime was filed with the Office of the Inspector General for DHS by advocacy groups of Project South Georgia Detention Watch Georgia Latino Alliance for Human Rights and South Georgia emigrants support network. Multiple women came forward to tell project south about what they perceive to be an inordinate rate at which women at IC- DC were subject to hysterectomies. This is the surgical operation which in part or takes all or part of the uterus. Additional, many of the immigrant women who underwent the procedure were reportedly confused when asked to explain why they had the surgery and one detainee like their treatment to prisoners in concentration camps. Quote recently, a detained immigrant told project south that she talked to five different women. Detained is CDC between October and December who had a hysterectomy done. When she talked to them about the surgery, the women reacted confused when explaining why they had had the surgery. According to Wootton, the nurse is CDC consistently uses a particular gynecologist outside the facility who almost always opt to remove all or part of the uterus of his female detainee patients. Quote everybody he sees has a hysterectomy or just about everybody. Everybody's uterus cannot be that bad. Quote we've questioned among ourselves like goodness he's taking everybody's stuff out. That's his specialty. He's the uterus collector. I know. That's ugly. She says, is he collecting these things are something everybody? He sees he's taking other uteruses or he's taken their tubes out. What in the world? We also confirms that many of the taint detained women have told her they didn't understand why they were being forced to have the procedure explaining that some of the nurses obtain their consent by simply googling Spanish. The complaint details, several accounts from detainees including one woman who was not properly anaesthetized during the procedure and heard the aforementioned doctor told the nurse. He had mistakenly removed the wrong ovary resulting in her losing all reproductive ability. Another said she was scheduled for the procedure. But when she questioned why it was necessary, she was given three completely different explanations. One quote she. was originally told by the doctor, she had an ovarian cyst and was going to have small twenty minute procedure done drilling three holes in her stomach to drain the cyst, the officer who was transporting her to the hospital on the other hand told her. She was receiving a hysterectomy to have her womb removed when the hospital refused to operate on her because of covid. She was her cheek protests came back positive. She was transferred back to is CDC and the IC CD's sooners said, the procedure she was going to have done was just having her vagina dilated and some tissue scraped off. Another nurse told her then that the procedure was mitigate her heavy menstrual bleeding which the women never experienced when she explained that the nurse responded by getting angry and yelling at her. No other major news outlets by the way are reporting on the story as yet, and this allegation is not invested or investigated but even though it's developing at this point, I wanted to get it out to you.

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President Trump to delay immigration raid for two weeks

Radio Surgery

00:35 sec | 1 year ago

President Trump to delay immigration raid for two weeks

"President Trump tweeted this afternoon. He's putting off the planned immigration customs enforcement rates targeting families withstanding deportation orders. Those rates were to have begun tomorrow. More from ABC's, Alex stone. Interestingly, the president writes these delaying the raids at the request of Democrats. Many Democrats have been calling on them to stop the raids and then tell he called them off. He seemed determined to go forward. But as of now he says they are delayed for two weeks, while they give Democrats and Republicans time to work on borders solution, the president. Says he will resume. If the Democrats don't agree to asylum law

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"u. s immigration customs enforcement" Discussed on Talk 650 KSTE

Talk 650 KSTE

03:47 min | 2 years ago

"u. s immigration customs enforcement" Discussed on Talk 650 KSTE

"If not for the fact that California had these policies in place, you know, the most notable example with Kate Steinle in San Francisco, but it's you know, it's not just all happening in California. It's happening around the country as more and more jurisdictions are declaring themselves sanctuaries and refusing to cooperate with the immigration customs enforcement agency, the same way that they would cooperate with any other law enforcement agency in the country, you know, somebody was stopped and arrested in Los Angeles. And they found that there was a warrant out for them. By the Cincinnati police force the cops in LA would pick up the phone call the police in Cincinnati and say, we got your guy come and get them. It's this one law enforcement agency that they've carved out an exception for not because it's good police policy. But because they want to make sure that our you better immigration laws are not enforced in this country. And one of the radical left says well. There's not much crime committed by illegal aliens couple of weeks ago, I had on Sarah Huckabee Sanders, who's the press secretary to President Trump, and she pointed out that of the fifty states and this glorious union of ours. There's only one state that actually keeps records on illegal aliens committing crimes. So if you if you're in Chicago Cincinnati Austin, Tampa, if you're in Sacramento, and you're an illegal alien picked up the local police does does not remark or does not note that you are here illegally. And so the one St. that kept the record which was Texas had six hundred thousand crimes committed in one year by legal aliens. And so the other forty nine states, how can anyone accurately could say that legal aliens are committing crime one local police to not gather, the facts the statistics. How is that possible? What we know what one of the things that you can look at it. It's what they're looked at. When we came to this conclusion that they do commit crimes at a higher rate when states and local governments lock. Criminal aliens in jails or prisons, they are entitled to a certain level of reimbursement for the costs from the federal government. So they may like your legal aliens, they may want to protect illegal aliens acquitting criminal aliens, but they also like federal dollars. And so you can kind of discern from the amount of money that they are getting through this program that reimburses state local governments how many illegal aliens are in their in their state local prisons, so it's not a perfect system. But it's a pretty good indication because when it comes to collecting money, then they do keep records. Well, the illegal person may have committed five ten twenty thirty crimes. And that means you still collect one time for one day. It doesn't mean that one criminal committed one crime. That's correct. And of course, you know, there are crimes that are committed and the perpetrator does not wind up in prison because the police don't solve the crime. So yeah, I mean, I it's again not. Perfect system, you tend to have so somebody who's committed one crime is likely to have committed to others. And by the way, that's one of the reasons why these jurisdictions should be turning these folks over to ice removal because you know, if you have been convicted of a crime here and you're put back out on the street. There is a high probability that you're going to go out and re-offend that they're going to be other needless victims and the politicians who make these policies are responsible in some way for the damage that is caused by the by their actions are Melman of fair federation for American Immigration Reform. Can you give the American people Kentucky, Indiana, Florida, California, New York, New Jersey, Eleanor, can you give us some idea? How much illegal immigration is costing this country on a net basis. Net basis about a hundred sixteen billion dollars a year..

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Rapper 21 Savage released on bond in immigration case

Newsradio 950 WWJ 24 Hour News

00:30 sec | 2 years ago

Rapper 21 Savage released on bond in immigration case

"How much money immigration customs enforcement arresting the Grammy nominee who's a British citizen for allegedly overstaying his visa in having a felony conviction. Twenty-one savage has spent a week in federal immigration custody. And was granted bond today. But his attorney say it was granted too late for him to be released ice says the rappers visa expired in two thousand five he's been living in the country legally ever since rappers attorney says Twenty-one savage spent a month in the

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"u. s immigration customs enforcement" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

03:44 min | 2 years ago

"u. s immigration customs enforcement" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"From activists, who say that Merca county sheriff Paul Penzone should. End his offices relationship with US immigration and customs enforcement, which, is, allowed to enter the jail there America county in downtown Phoenix to find out if people are wanted for immigration. Violations and sheriff Paul Penzone joining us this morning on. Arizona's morning news first off sheriff how do ice agents operate within. The confines of the jail there they had access to the booking entry point. At our jail where they can interview all detainees mega determination if anyone who's committed, a crime And it. Is in our custody is someone of, interest in taking custody of at the point when, they are released by the courts so, they're on the front end on the. Back end so they. Flag someone and they say this is a person who has potentially ended. Unlawfully state crime and they want to they can do so with the, understanding we will not detain that person any further by law we're not we're not allowed to you know we don't we don't abide by. The courtesy holds because those were deemed to be lawful so they get. The front end they get back in custody person media and then? Bring it through their own facility determination what they wanna do from that stage you are legally bound to. Do this are you not sure Legally bound to. Do it, is it. Is us facilitating several law in their mission so to to give them access. Or to put an opposition necessarily. A legal obligation but it is a, legal responsibility from my perspective we're talking about public, safety and individuals who have as I, said committed a state crime potentially or. By weeks no crimes Ice agents have authority over where we do not yesterday there were those four protesters. Were just it was actually pretty convenient for your deputies which? Is kinda pull them right back into the jail they were all chained together but these folks are demanding that ice be done away with immigration, and customs enforcement I don't I. Think for most, people that seems a bit radical reforming maybe reorganizing, but actually abolishing, immigration customs enforcement is that something you're not, for that You know very spoken I don't believe that's the. Solution I think that every long course whether it's state or federal has to be heads up some little oversight to ensure that our actions are. Laughlin ethical recommend pass I'm, not that I don't support the manor which we failed your drastically that comes to. Separate ceremonies. But ultimately the person being the crime who has imposed those circumstances in situations we deal with when I. Talk about someone goes to jail and I mean I don't know how many more correct If you're hope to live in. A lawless county then you're on the wrong. County it's not going to happen to. Miracle account, we are going to enforce the law And we're going to do an ethical manner. Issue the past was conducting raids targeting. People specifically of color and recently profiling violating civil rights those issues over the past I will not tolerate, that in, my office so we act ethically. And, with integrity we uphold the law and we're going to do so what's a good partner to the other agencies. Were, you know trying to carry out their mission also, there's a longest in that trend that's, a transfer or in that relationship that agency. Themselves are not violate wall anyway we're not going, to be supportive of those elements. But what we're doing in the jails probably. The most effective constitutional and safe manner To facilitate ISIS mission in partnership with our responsibilities Maricopa County.

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"u. s immigration customs enforcement" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

News 96.5 WDBO

02:28 min | 2 years ago

"u. s immigration customs enforcement" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

"From ABC news Michelle Franzen another, strong earthquake rattled the Indonesian island, of Lombok Sunday just weeks after an earthquake in earlier aftershocks killed more than four hundred and sixty five people so far there are no reports of deaths from the latest temblor whose whose name was on the island with the Red Cross for the. Quake, on August fifth he spoke to our partners at Sky News about this one who were, underground this morning who are trying to reach some with effective areas where they found what a lot of communities were panicking because of the new officials to new, aftershocks at chilly five point two and three point four in California questions for immigration, customs enforcement, officials pregnant wife, Maria, del Carmen Vanegas and her husband were on their way to the hospital for scheduled C-section when they were stopped to get GATT when they stop, to get gas her husband was arrested. By ice agents ABC's Marci Gonzales has more than driving herself to this. Hospital tonight happy her newborn, son is healthy but Devastated her husband wasn't by her side visit saying it's very hard because he was always there and he would say everything will be okay is. Explaining, in a statement Lada was in the US illegally from Mexico later ice officials issued an, updated statement saying he is wanted in Mexico on homicide charges Laura's legal defense team telling ABC news the allegations of a warrant in Mexico are unconfirmed the manhunt, continues for a pair of suspected killer's and Tennessee police say they're linked to a, number of, shootings in the, east, Nashville area another man was killed just days ago at least four shootings in under two weeks investigators say all could be connected it started August, eighth an unidentified woman robbed and shot. In the back while walking her dogs at night now paralyzed ABC's aerial. Russia you're listening to ABC, news News ninety six point five. FM Orlando powered by NewSouth. Window solutions media group station Weather brought to. You by the law offices of hail hail in mid seventies to start. This morning then quickly warm up by. The afternoon to ninety three with. A heat index of one, hundred will, be calm the first half of the day then for the late afternoon early evening a forty percent chance, for a. Shower or thunderstorm another chance for afternoon storms on Monday from channel nine eyewitness news I'm, meteorologist George Waldenberger Now SafeTouch. Security triple team traffic Orlando Roseau clear here.

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"u. s immigration customs enforcement" Discussed on  News Radio 1190 KEX

News Radio 1190 KEX

02:12 min | 2 years ago

"u. s immigration customs enforcement" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX

"Thailand now News. Update From, ABC, news Michelle Franzen another, strong earthquake rattled the Indonesian island, of Lombok Sunday just weeks after an earthquake in earlier aftershocks killed more than four hundred and sixty five people so far there are no reports of deaths from the latest temblor whose whose name was on the island with the Red Cross for the. Quake, on August fifth he spoke to our partners at Sky News about this one Were underground this morning who are trying to reach some with affected areas where they found what a lot of communities were panicking because of the. New, aftershocks to new aftershocks at chilly five point two and three Three point four in California, questions for immigration customs enforcement officials pregnant. Wife Maria del Carmen Vanegas and her husband were on their way to. The hospital for scheduled C-section, when they. Were stopped to get GATT when they stop to get gas her husband was arrested by ice agents ABC's Marci Gonzales has more, than driving herself to this hospital tonight happy her newborn son is healthy. But devastated her husband wasn't by her side saying it's very hard because he was. Always there and he would say everything, will be okay is explaining in a statement Lada. Was in the US illegally from Mexico later officials issued an updated statement saying he is wanted in Mexico on homicide charges Laura's legal defense. Team telling ABC news the allegations of a warrant in Mexico are unconfirmed the manhunt continues for a pair of suspected killer's and Tennessee police say they're linked to a number of shootings in the east Nashville area another man was killed, just days ago at least Four shootings in under two weeks investigators say. All could be connected it started August eighth and unidentified woman robbed and shot in the back while walking her dogs at night now paralyzed. ABC's aerial Russia if you're listening to ABC news Investments about Heidari of risk interest but only for, qualified SEC accredited investors with tensions in the Middle. East and the.

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"u. s immigration customs enforcement" Discussed on 850 WFTL

850 WFTL

02:00 min | 2 years ago

"u. s immigration customs enforcement" Discussed on 850 WFTL

"Point. From ABC news I'm Michelle Franzen another strong earthquake rattled the Indonesian island, of Lombok Sunday just weeks after an earthquake in earlier aftershocks killed more than four hundred and sixty five people so far there are no reports of deaths from the latest temblor whose whose name was on the island with the Red Cross for the. Quake, on August fifth he spoke to our partners at Sky News about this one who were underground, in the morning who trying to reach with affected areas where they found what a lot of communities were panicking because of the new aftershocks to, new aftershocks actually five point two and three point four in California questions for immigration, customs enforcement, officials pregnant wife. Maria del Carmen Vanegas center husband were on their way to the hospital for scheduled C-section when they were stopped to get GATT when they stop, to get gas her husband was arrested. By ice agents ABC's Marci Gonzales has more than driving Herself to this hospital tonight, happy her newborn son is healthy but. Devastated her husband wasn't by her side It's very hard because he was always there and he. Would, say everything will be okay is explaining in a statement Latta was in the US. Illegally from Mexico later ice officials issued an, updated statement saying he is wanted in Mexico on. Homicide charges Arana Laura's legal defense team telling ABC news the allegations of a warrant in Mexico or unconfirmed the manhunt continues for a pair. Of suspected killer's and Tennessee police say they're linked to a number of shootings in. The, east Nashville area another man. Was killed just days, ago at least four shootings in under two weeks investigators say all could be connected. It started August eighth an. Unidentified woman robbed and shot in the back while walking her. Dogs at night now paralyzed, ABC's aerial. Russia you're listening to ABC news.

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Cohen claims Trump knew in advance of 2016 Trump Tower meeting

WBBM Evening News

02:27 min | 2 years ago

Cohen claims Trump knew in advance of 2016 Trump Tower meeting

"Gratien and customs enforcement says, many parents waived the right to lead the country with their children and twenty decline reunification. The reason these parents are coming here in the first place in paying smugglers five thousand six hundred ten thousand dollars to make that dangerous journey across Central America and Mexico because they want to get their children here. CBS has Maria Via Rail. There are still more than seven hundred separated four hundred and sixty. Three of them have parents who may have already been deported is not entirely clear how the government is defining eligible and ineligible. Johnson wig is a former acting director of immigration customs enforcement. I'm worried here that we have four hundred sixty parents or have not been deported Central America. There's a very high likelihood that those parents are not going to see their children. Again, CBS news has learned that former Trump lawyer. Michael Cohen is ready to tell the Russia's special counsel that Donald Trump junior told his father in advance about the Trump Tower meeting where Russians were expected to offer dirt on Hillary Clinton, but he has no corroborating Evan. Silence Trump lawyer Rudy. Giuliani on CNN called Cohen, Aligarh would have to be people in the room with the president right that can corroborate. Cohen with because it didn't happen and then it becomes a credibility contest between two or three witnesses who say one thing and Cohen who says another assuming they say different things I'm pretty comfortable about that President Trump. Was in the heartland today. Touting the agreement just reached with the e u to launch talks. On bringing down trade barriers we opened up Europe and that's going to be a great thing for Europe and it's really going. To be a great thing for us and it's going to. Be a really great thing for our farmers the weather is a tale of two different coasts. Heavy rains and flooding in the east with hot and dry conditions fueling wildfires in. The, west w. f. o. RT meteorologist Craig Setzer. Of the Pacific coast is very very dry there is no relief in terms of widespread rainfall incite we'd probably need a tropical system to come out of the Pacific to really bring a, lot of rain to this area Eight is going to stay dry with the threat for fire danger stain very very high investor fears. About Facebook revenues and gross sent the company stock down, nineteen percent today that's about a one hundred, twenty billion. Dollar loss of value and the White House says a. US air force transport plane is carrying remains of US soldiers to an air base in South Korea this is CBS news Are you. Hiring with indeed you can post. A job in minutes set up.

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Investigators turn to Fitbit data for clues about missing Iowa college student

24 Hour News

02:43 min | 2 years ago

Investigators turn to Fitbit data for clues about missing Iowa college student

"For, two months That goodness He says I'm so happy because I have. Her close now they're heading, to Massachusetts where the wait for a judge to decide whether they'll be granted asylum or sent back to Honduras Geronimo is one of more than eighteen hundred children recently reunited with parent or other, family member but there are still more than seven hundred separated four hundred. And sixty three of them have parents who may have already been deported this not entirely clear how the government is defining eligible. And ineligible Johnson wig is a former acting director of immigration. Customs enforcement I'm worried here that we have four hundred sixty parents who have now been deported. Central America there is a very high likelihood that those parents are not going to see. Their, children again, immigration attorneys say the government is making unilateral decisions that include a appearance health condition and possible criminal history with. No oversight so there's a lot of concern that that standard standards being, inconsistently applied parents have been arbitrarily denied access to, their children super the hundreds, of ineligible chill These, shelters will continue to be their home while the, government figures out its next, move The ACLU is asking that federal judge to set a new deadline August I for more, information on the reunifications which would, hold the government's feet to the fire late this afternoon the department of Justice. Confirmed, Jeff that they will have reunified. All eligible families by the end of the day again eligible being the key word here Henry v. real on. The, story for us Maria thank you More than a dozen FBI agents have. Now joined the. Search for a missing university of Iowa student Molly Tibbets, disappeared last week after she went for a jog in Brooklyn Iowa, about seventy. Miles east of Des Moines as Adriana Diaz reports investigators hope the fitness tracker, that she was wearing can provide a break, in. The case In Brooklyn Iowa Molly, Tibbets face. Is everywhere but the twenty year old is nowhere to be seen he never So your sister on on a poster with a missing signwriter Kasich her brother Jake, was the, last, to see Tibbets more than a week ago when he dropped her off here at the house her boyfriend Dalton Jack lives in just kind of putting trust in faith. And the, law enforcement Jack was out of town. At the. Time of her disappearance and is not a suspect last Wednesday Tibbets went. Out, on her usual evening run search teams have fanned out in the area and along her usual running routes now up to fifteen FBI agents have joined the investigation as well and are looking into the fitbit's she was wearing at her social media footprint for clues to build, a. Timeline that takes it to, a.

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"u. s immigration customs enforcement" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

03:45 min | 2 years ago

"u. s immigration customs enforcement" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"And ken show john kobylt ken chiampou kfi am six forty i'm looking at the thing online it's just like a little video montages going by and it's all the presidents in history who've met the queen of england elizabeth right now they're up to george w bush because i is trump gonna meet her is that gonna happen or see really sticking with the prime minister to meet with her tomorrow okay because i heard he was avoiding london because there might be a lot of protests and kind of craziness there and they just showed obama so trump trump in the queen that ought to be interesting she's probably following all of this with the newsman he loves chaos nothing is more ridiculous than the clean we'll talk about trump and immigration after three o'clock and then you you knew the day would come based on what's happened the last several weeks we do have a democrat from wisconsin i never heard of mark po can poke can he's introduced a bill to abolish ice you knew the day was coming to abolish immigration customs enforcement more stupid symbolic nonsense but they're trying to say is we just need to start over it's a mess not really trump is the first president in decades who said let's actually enforce laws and give the ice people something really to do that they should be doing but the way the issues already dead it's it's died down all the fake paid protesters all the buffoons in the media have right at run out of gas on it so you know it's it's a dead issue the public public wants trump to do what he does i still see front page stories about the separation of families how long it took a father to get back with his son we'll tell you the number three o'clock people are reading those stories i don't know weren't already the assumption though that if you run one day nobody reads it you don't run another story like it the next day or nobody i'm talking about online you can tell people viewing stuff once you once you have a business that targets minority group of and i don't mean a racial minority but a small minority of the general public you're just trying to get a niche you're trying to you know social justice warriors to read then you hit him with it every day you super serve the little niche but it's it's it's mainstream people aren't interested i didn't hear anybody talking about this now a few weeks ago yes but now it it ran it's course so that's coming up after three o'clock because the trump administration wants to know the reasons that not every child got reunited with their quote parent and that's a real hint their first we want to bring up when homeless people attack and i you know i would not expect about what do i know a story like this to come from hawaii we're apparently and this is not a good idea how many times have you have to give is sort of like a darwin desk thing an era zona tourist who was visiting a wa who to celebrate her twenty eighth birthday was attacked by a homeless man near the waikiki police substation apparently jessica laney rich who's actually president and ceo of the visitor aloha society said the woman tried to intervene when she saw a younger homeless man yelling at an older homeless man and throwing his belongings into the street way way way this this lady actually got between two vagrants or having an argument exactly what the hell would you do that for she said don't do that you weren't being nice you're not being nice while the younger homeless man yelled oh vulgarity then punched her in the face a couple of todd show you not nice she went unconscious had to be taken to the hospital treated for a concussion and.

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"u. s immigration customs enforcement" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

05:32 min | 2 years ago

"u. s immigration customs enforcement" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"And tell us how we're supposed to compete with that when they are by definition an unfair part partner in quotation marks and the z t item that i mentioned yeah that's a good point and he was i think that was a bad move on trump's part very bad that was something that he could be used as an example and he failed on it that was an opening that he had other organizations that could've you know gone right in the line let it slide that's right i don't well we should that should be reviewed but i'll and i really i appreciate your call in and all of your points thank you thank you so much have a good one all right now i think we've covered tariffs we're going to go to another critical topic we talk about abolishing ice so i want to hear from you six one seven two four ten thirty or triple eight nine two nine ten thirty this is to me and believably quick burning fire that is so bad and so out of control that we need to take it seriously and nip it in the bud because it is full on danger mode i won't say crazy i won't say lunatic because i think that using words like that dilutes dilutes the absolute danger of this despicable idea and he's despicable points despicable the the disgusting and flagrant abuse that politicians are throwing at immigration customs enforcement is just appalling and i want to hear what you think about abolishing is so you in agreement with the cure ston brands of the world and that we should just in her words reimagined ice going to re imagine it like you know we're in allison wonderland fairytale like it's just sometimes you know it's really deplorable how our politicians mangled english language and are really poor speakers i mean just if you listen to that sound bite jill lebron talking about reimagining ice and i think it's lease a lot to be wanting and the more critical part though of course no matter how they say it it's just even if they said it in the most dip in the most right fashion it would still be heinous that's that's the word i'm looking for heinous there this this movement all of a sudden and it's i guess people think it's it's from nowhere it's out of nowhere and i think that's also sort of part of the devious story i want to hear from you six one seven two five four ten thirty triple eight nine two nine ten thirty because from where i've been sitting for several years now it's not out of the blue this is this is a methodical and duplicitous and ongoing march to the far left when it comes to immigration and this is simply a combination this abolish ice battlecry that some of the democrats are putting out there is the combination of their steady march for open borders for the end of law and order for capitulation to chaos and this is people people please this is not the beginning of the discussion for them this is the end of the discussion and when anarchists and forces that support chaos come to the end of their argument do you know what's next is violence and this is this is what's very dangerous and very concerning six one seven two five four ten thirty triple eight nine two nine ten thirty and the other thing they think that's interesting about this topic is that you know a lot of like right out of the box okay this happened at the saint coterminous with the socalled border crisis right and anybody who knows anything knows that it's customs border protection this down there protecting the border right kind of obvious it's in the name so as soon as that happens you might ask yourself oh why aren't they saying abolish cb p why are they saying abolish ice and so it's a mistake to say like other just so stupid they don't know they don't know they can flake ice with c p c no that's what they want you to do because the truth of it is is that when they're saying abolish ice the translation means stop all deportations pass amnesty give citizenship to ten to twenty million illegal aliens that's abolish ice means it's very specific think about it that's why they're not saying abolish cb p because see bp does not put people into deportation and is not actively deport people that is isis job that's why they're going after is and it is phenomenally dangerous i want to hear from you six.

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"u. s immigration customs enforcement" Discussed on News & Talk 1380 WAOK

News & Talk 1380 WAOK

03:54 min | 2 years ago

"u. s immigration customs enforcement" Discussed on News & Talk 1380 WAOK

"And managing editor of the beat dc dot com she's joining us giving a giving us some perspective about what's happening in washington dc and also a little bit beyond you still there i'm here with you i appreciate you taking a little bit more time with us as i did want to talk about the know we have to worry about obviously supreme court nominations and we're talking about climate change earlier but it's also trying to get democratic voters or voters who typically aligned with democrats enthusiastic about november and to get them out to vote and so we democrats are trying to figure that out you know obviously we have this moment of outrage that's happening and there's been this big conversation about congresswoman maxine waters and and her comments and also some of the death threats that she's under as well it's been a risk to her personal safety the now there's a new movement to about abolishing the immigrations customs enforcement agency and so is this sort of will this be effective for democrats i mean is this the way to really gin up their base to make sure they're coming out in strong numbers and that there will truly be a blue wave in november well let me say first about ice because this is something that doesn't impact the black community of widely although it does there are a lot of afro latinos who are caught up in it or darker skin looking through the caught up we found that play out during alien you and i are old enough to remember that carol i remember we knew that had been a haitian child it would not have been the same situations i wanna acknowledge that i play exactly i i you know i reject the premise that i have to go away that that there's some kind of way that we can't be system of law and order is a system that has a strong boy are in the system who can treat people like human being and not rich away from their families and i think that's a it's red meat for the republican base to hear only one is they want open borders that's not true i don't know what single democrat who is called for that people tweet every time i say that with all of the clothes taken out of context but you don't see how anybody political platform is just an agency that has run amok and you did have democrats for a long time trying to corral them and get them in order and bring more oversight the system harris was joined by maybe hirono and bob menendez to try to pull funding away from isis and so they can get it straight and i reject the premise that democrats are falling are calling for the abolishing of hugh had nineteen former ice agents themselves say that they think the agency should be taken apart the former acting director probably he is even said that is has gotten away from its original intent but they're not pursuing the people who are the biggest threats to our society and if you remember i came about in in in the hills nine eleven everybody was scared and they had it enjoyed it the patriot act was a huge piece of legislation that really took away a lot of right i mean this is something that gave the fbi permission to search through your emails and and you know financial records and law enforcement is only your house about letting you know that's what happens when you still fear people are willing to give up their rights and so here we are again this administration is so the fears of america a mostly white america a shrinking population who has insecurity about all the fed and being the minority and so these people are all too eager to have somebody like isis you know they haven't we have to understand we see children crying for their parents than we have sympathy empathy and there was a strong factor the population he just does it and most of those people do fall in the make america great category and so those people don't wanna see ice go away and you have to take a moment in paul's and just bring i i don't know calling for.

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"u. s immigration customs enforcement" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

WHAS 840 AM

01:51 min | 2 years ago

"u. s immigration customs enforcement" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

"Protesters are in their second day of camping outside the federal immigration and customs enforcement office in downtown louisville protesters started gathering outside of the immigration office downtown at around six yesterday morning there one of many groups nationwide finding four migrant rights and changes to federal immigration policies hey suzy menez is one of the organizers intel's wwl k y stands for immigration customs enforcement so really the theme and the mission change so we want is to be reverted back to more to a humanitarian agency protesters say they plan to stay on site until their voices are heard healy hanson newsradio eight forty w h a s it'd be an attorney general curtis hill is denying groping accusations from at least four women the indy star reports on a confidential memo that says the women including one state lawmaker claim hill groped their buttocks or otherwise enter profoundly touched them hill said in a statement that at no time was his behavior inappropriate nor did he touch anyone in an inappropriate manner another trump administration official has been confronted in a public place correspondent deborah rodriguez has more on that epa administrator scott pruitt was eating at a restaurant washington when fellow diner kristen mink spotted him said well friends teacher says she approached with her two year old son and explained to pruitt her child loves animals clean air and clean water urging to resign your sandals makes facebook video shows pruitt listening then leaving after the encounter protesters recently confronted homeland security secretary kirsten nielsen at a mexican restaurant white house spokeswoman sarah sanders was asked to leave the red hat in virginia two weeks ago deborah rodriguez reporting steno three at newsradio eight forty.

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"u. s immigration customs enforcement" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

04:05 min | 2 years ago

"u. s immigration customs enforcement" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"Brady world we're living in they want to change everything now the morons are so crazy they wanna ice ice ice is the bad one now the idiots haven't thought this through i guess it was started by pocahontas to eliminate icier bernie or one or the other nuts now let's look at that from what is the acronym istan for immigration customs enforcement so the morons want to eliminate customs enforcement do that i thought it was about babies in cages well well also we want whole ice gone the whole ice asked to go we want customs gone too i started to think about this who is behind this anti ice movement it's not about babies in cages who is bringing in contraband than through america who's smuggling in endangered species into america so you want more endangered species you want more heroin you want more cocaine in america is that what you want because that must be what's behind all this but the useful idiots in the gutters don't know that anyway just some thoughts i hear that the walkaway movement is growing are your liberal friends walking away from dem's i'll tell you why not really walking away they're just not associated with the psychos much and you know i'm not really worried about the young socialists at all and nothing as a flash in the pan they're gonna make a lot of noise it's the return of nineteen sixty eight there'll be more violence right up to the election and they'll be a landslide for donald trump that's all it happened before i wouldn't live through this oh yeah there's a local museum here called the young museum several years ago i told you to how to an exhibit of someone's old shoes and clothing she was a donor to the museum they turn it into an exhibit i don't remember her name but i was appalled why are they put an old to shoes and a museum i couldn't understand it but then again this is san francisco the provincial city that i love to hate so much making believe that they're the center of everything within nothing but a provincial outpost of new york city paris and london throw in rome if you'd like they now have an exhibit of muslim fashions at the young museum if you can believe that i thought that was rather odd why would you have an exhibit of muslim fashions what did they miss christian fashions jewish fashions buddhist fashions but they had to be the head of the curve now muslim fashions isn't that fabulous you're gonna see your daughter in burqa you know what's odd about this whole thing is that these are the people who claim to be liberated and advanced and humanitarian ryan where my thoughts are going to finish the paragraph stop myself as well it goes back to the same thing with those screaming most about the babies in cages it seems to me most of them have no families and no babies it seems to me the loudest screamers about the children are those without children it seems to me these are the most anti children people in america was suddenly discover that they love people from honduras the honduran children means so much to them how come they care nothing about the poor black children in america haven't heard about that in a while how about the poor white children appalachia and other places haven't heard about that for a while anyway just some random thoughts that i came to this decision many many years ago which is that the more you struggle to satisfy yourself the worst you feel and only when you except if you're going to be miserable your whole life and you learn to live with suffering as the buddhist teach us have you a chance at even a modicum of sanity gets when you struggle every second to achieve that high wind up in the streets of san francisco whipping your boyfriend on a on a on a on a float and tell yourself you're free that's what happens when you stop seeking that thrill that satisfaction that you might find some satisfaction seven look you've heard me talk about superbeets the great superfood drink for cardiovascular health well i got something new to.

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"u. s immigration customs enforcement" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

04:02 min | 2 years ago

"u. s immigration customs enforcement" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"The kfi financial report the dow closed up thirty six s and p five hundred up eight nasdaq up fifty seven is twelve forty two an ounce and oil is seventy three a barrel southland weather from kfi is sunny tomorrow temps upper seventies to mid eighties for metro la the valleys no see a little warmer in the i e right now seventy four newport beach is seventy five intestine seventyone at gardena and eightythree in agoura hills we lead local by from the kfi twenty four hour newsroom i'm debra mark john and ken show john kobylt ken kfi am six forty hello hello and why not welcome to this thing yeah well you know we could spend the entire show talking about one thing today which look much as we talk about trump when we talk about how the media covers him in the bias is this time he's got them by the co homeless because there is of movement out there and i know it's probably just a small babbling far left crazies like maxine waters to abolish i mean absolutely abolish immigration customs enforcement i remember driving along for years now freeways of la people would hang signs from the overpasses no ice and i thought i guess they're just out today of ice oh there used to be people selling on the grocery stores during the hot summers would have you know they don't have any ice left no is no ice today but that's that's the movement and now some of these looney democrats are attaching themselves to it it's a loser rushed me we'll be talking about a poll which will back that up even though they didn't specifically asked that question all the other questions did no i didn't get to it then i didn't see yeah it's way down in the article on pretty sure that's what i read but in any event it is a poll that shows that vast majorities of the public are against all the issues that facilitate illegal immigration in some cases majorities of democrats are against it it the poll is a total wipeout totally at odds with what you see from the idiots and media and the activists and the academics and the politicians totally at odds you talk about they've gone too far i separating children from their of parents so this is horrific never really talking about the nuances of the story and the fact that the parents came here illegally they were not invited it's against the law that doesn't matter all they wanted to do was seize on that very emotional story which is still doing over the weekend rallies and protests even though he rescinded the policy right in the family it's not happening fast enough you're not reunite and there's been some horror stories of people trying to reunite what most of america doesn't give a damn no they don't i'm positive about that now in fact i've tried talking to us about people they don't really following it it's become just a media left wing politician story and they're running with it but i don't think it's gonna they're gonna hit a wall while when you're now they're trying to take it a step further trying to abolish the government agency dealing with the immigration enforcement get out of i went off the rails sixty nine percent said ice should not be abolished now well daddy solid bed include fifty nine percent of democrats that is a losing issue by a landslide even in their own party camera harris joined the chorus to bala shy she says she said it's probably what should be done right the summer single start over there trying to add a little asterik to it will abolish it but we're going to start over i mean i hope it really reveals the open borders people it does let them run on it oh i agree they're going to get his story over the weekend that they might use it.

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"u. s immigration customs enforcement" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

03:30 min | 2 years ago

"u. s immigration customs enforcement" Discussed on KGO 810

"Seriously what about ice immigration customs enforcement this has become a thing now in the last week hashtag abolish ice it was all over the protests this weekend abolish ice now does that mean that people who'll the sign that says abolish i mean they want to abolish borders now that there are a small very very small subset of people who think that we shouldn't have borders but there are those the same thing no they're not so stop conflating the to abolish ice abolish borders are not the same thing people are saying abolish ice why is that they're saying that because what's happened is we have become brutal and mean and the way that we approach enforcing things like illegal immigration is in violation of certain international agreements we have signed for example the refugee convention it's so silly that came up this weekend if people have always argument porta entry and then they won't be separated from the kids oops and then we find out that when they do go to a port of entry when they do finally get her they still get separated from their kids said don't ever make that argument with me idea of abolish ice what was there before i remember i n s and then because of nine eleven the bush expansion of the federal government we created d h s and ice with this whole new security focused group along cb p under d h s instead of remember it was the judicial the the justice department is where i s operated and it was cbp e was under the treasury before remember that so how do we function what do you think of this idea now of abolish ice four one five eighty eighty eight ten i know people are very fired up about this one the service stephen in vacaville steven you're on caja ten no we should not have always is if if that's the question and i think we should it up hispanic descent and so is my wife so i don't want want people say oh we thinks he's saying racist we have over twenty million probably well over twenty million illegal immigrants in this country eleven million eleven million number is fifteen years old we have over twenty million people we have more illegal in this country then there three hundred sovereign nations have citizens this is a this is a huge problems biblical insides how many people we have in this country illegally and if they are taking jobs from portsmouth americans they are committing crimes any higher rate no matter what the people want to say to feel good about themselves and if we don't start treating our country like it's a sovereign nation and like mexico does like mexico doesn't have they outlawed cds of say cities what's that called mc outlawed they don't give a welfare recipients they'll give money to stephen hanging i say it's so so facts no matter you just everyb if a fact you don't agree with the fact it's made up right is what you just said so because all of the data shows that native born americans actually commit crimes at much higher rates significantly higher rates than people who are here without proper documentation that doesn't comport with your worldview therefore it's fake news.

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"u. s immigration customs enforcement" Discussed on WTMJ 620

WTMJ 620

04:21 min | 2 years ago

"u. s immigration customs enforcement" Discussed on WTMJ 620

"In studio at three thirty on wisconsin's afternoon jordan and we heard from yannis yet we have not seen have not so jaanus credible basketball players on the cover of nba two k nineteen cover boy i know peter fagin listens i don't know if you're honest listens but i love that come on having talked about that does he play the game and my big question can you be a superstar in the real thing does that carry over your superstar in the video version of the real thing oh i bet so they'll make him is that how it works i say i'm not a gamer so i don't know if there's a correlation between the two things well i if i'm am i'm not a gamer either but he will be highlighted in the in that game so you can go do different things with him specifically and there's different programs that you can do on the game that he will front if you will so yeah honest if you're out there let's let's come in studio let's talk about it that's exciting it's one of those topics we just talked about gaming a lot of people are energized about it got a lot of great calls this one is is one that bothers me that's why we're talking about it today he's writing a bill to abolish ice immigrations customs enforcement he being us representative mark cocaine representing wisconsin he spoke at a conference in atlanta last year talking about this but he's he's been all over the news as of late he wants to abolish ice immigrations customs enforcement the they enforce immigration laws away from the border that is they look at cities what they're doing they track these people down in some cases they see what employers are doing he's not the only one kristen gillibrand from new york wants to replace is with the new agency classic elected official let me let me pause and that one for a second classic elected official argument we have an agency tasked with doing something instead of fixing the problem if you think there is one let's just create a new agency so let's let's let's tear it down let's get all the costs associated with that let's create this whole new agency from from nothing adding more cost more people knew people more screening you need to do that so just fixing the problem so the big rallying cry among liberals some democrats is to abolish ice and according to mark pocano democrat from wisconsin crackdown the agency's blanket directive to target and roundup individuals and families mentioned silvio costs yard cortez who just won a race in new york also very active in this area abolish ice so pecan interview he's a chair of the house progressive caucus with nbc talking about some of the things that should happen and they asked him abolish ice rallying cry among democrats he said this is exactly what you have to do he's recommending commission lay out the duties the need to continue that are appropriate and proper in his in his mind and take away this is his words as well take away the ones that the president has maybe abused and may no longer need to exist so we have a sitting congressman from wisconsin not worried about people breaking the law more worried about taking away the power of men and women who work in law enforcement to do their job to enforce that law that's the position of one mark pecan represented from wisconsin four one four seven nine nine one six twenty so he has this bill proposal out there abolish ice crackdown on their abilities to do their job really that's how you're gonna fix the problem i've read a lot about congressman pecan i've read his is social media and some of the things he's written about these issue po can pochun rather and it's it's something that suggests an elected official whose consumed with the politics of his position and not the reality the position my here's my elected official reminder one more time when you're elected you represent all the people not just the ones who have these are voted for dis democrats everybody in your district you represent them not just a select group.

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"u. s immigration customs enforcement" Discussed on KBNP AM 1410

KBNP AM 1410

02:21 min | 3 years ago

"u. s immigration customs enforcement" Discussed on KBNP AM 1410

"We wanted this band immigration customs enforcement completely garrett a whole agency roll it into the department of homeland security they can do the job and let's just focus our attention on dangerous criminal aliens and and forgive all the ones that came here illegally but you know because they haven't broken any serious they haven't had any felony convictions they can stay for the most part even if they have misdemeanor crimes are allowed to stay in some felonies are acceptable to and that's i once yet once that happens once you start having government that thinks he can unilaterally transcend its original authority despite a constitution that has very clear restraints against government overreach will the nets the time that government has to be reminded of a very basic fact and that is i've said this a bunch of times the only time the american people may legitimately revolt against government is when that government's been caught redhanded rebelling against its people how do we measure that well straightforwardly we look at the way government has behaved we check supposed to the constitution and the degree to which government deviates from the constitutions the extent to which it has misbehave or is in rebellion i clearly i'm not talking about every little every little hiccup that happens come on you know we we have to allow for latitude i get that but if we start seeing the government systematically disconnecting itself from otherwise absolute constitutional restraints against government overreach it won't matter if judges are facilitating him and now because we have three co equal branches not one of these goddamn branches has the right to essentially transcend it's a ritual thority not one of these damn branches has the right to fort the mandates when you think about it of the very document from which their powers are derived and to which they're each subordinate and we don't need judges and lawyers to explain to us when our rudimentary rights are being violated i understand about traditional review born out of mobry versus madison eighteen o three insuring that the supreme court get's to interpret the constitution when determining whether or not challenge legislative law indeed passes constitutional mustard whether or not indeed an executive order may do the same that's fine we have to have that.

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"u. s immigration customs enforcement" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

01:48 min | 3 years ago

"u. s immigration customs enforcement" Discussed on KOMO

"The american people this is a down payment on a border wall system this is a ten percent increase for immigration customs enforcement this will help us improve our aviation security with some badly needed upgrades and we look forward to working with congress on additional needs that we have i will say however that it's unfortunate that congress chose not to listen to the men and women of dhs in those on the front lines they told us how to build the wall where to build the wall and we will continue to work with them to make sure that the wall is where we need it how we need it as the president described and to make sure that it serves the american people and sort of the security of this nation we also will continue to work with congress to close dangerous loopholes that the president has mentioned many times and to continue to increase our overall security and finally we think those in congress who support the department of homeland security i will continue to make myself available to them i look forward to working with them but we must fund the department and give it the tools and resources it needs to execute the mission the american people have asked us to do thank you that's secretary kirsten nelson of homeland security again press conference from the white house here's president trump so we have many elements in the bill that we want it just to look at a few of them we're providing six hundred and fifty four point six billion dollars in total discretionary funding for defense it's a record all records for defense there will be nobody that says that our military is going to be depleted like they've been saying over the last long period of time long period of time frankly beyond president obama that.

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"u. s immigration customs enforcement" Discussed on KKOB 770 AM

KKOB 770 AM

02:27 min | 3 years ago

"u. s immigration customs enforcement" Discussed on KKOB 770 AM

"Oakland did she gave out her warning more than a week ago will have an update on that story coming up for you but i want to take your phone calls on this two four three thirty three thirty three some of the cases they cited in this raid first off at least five illegal immigrants were detained by ice and at least six businesses received notice that their employment records will be audited by us immigration and customs enforcement ice so that is what triggered this media event yesterday and the outraged that ice has the audacity to do its job in one case they say an individual was detained while walking out of santa fe court and two other people were apprehended while meeting with their parole officers us immigrations customs enforcement the agency not saying specifically what they did in santa fe but saying the agencies under orders to quote step up worksite enforcement including conducting more audits when it comes to employment status quote isis worksite enforcement strategy continues to address both employers who knowingly hire unauthorized workers and the workers themselves and this was a problem do you remember many progressives like javier gonzalez what often complain you know the real problem here and they throw this out that with the systems broker but they also they would complain the real problem here is the employers who are hiring these illegal immigrants they're the magnet for them to come here that's the problem we need to solve and the reason they would bring it up is because under previous republican administrations like george w bush at attended to look the other way because we all know both sides have failed miserably on the immigration issue in this country and for many years the republicans were blamed for just while they wanna make sure low employment costs are still available of their buddies who own businesses around the country will now in the trump administration they actually order cracking down and trying to crack down on the employers who hire the illegal immigrants and now that's a problem too.

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"u. s immigration customs enforcement" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:39 min | 3 years ago

"u. s immigration customs enforcement" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"To the legislature to change this if they so desire but that massachusetts law enforcement officials can not comply with a civil detainers now what happens hypothetically is someone on is is taken into custody for whatever reason and the comes to the attention of immigration customs enforcement and they will request was called the civil detainers which basically is a request from the from ice the federal enforce smith immigration enforcement agency to hold someone for a period of 48 hours now the court in that's called the lung case determined that that was an arrest and unless there was a criminal warrant signed by a judge a civil detaining her request from a um an ice representative was not enforceable in massachusetts now governor baker today has filed legislation indy decision deep the justices discrim court suggested that one potential resolution for this would be to file some form of legislation now it was a unanimous supreme court decision since centrally founded massachusetts quote officers law enforcement officers cannot hold a suspected the league egal immigrant at the request of the federal government if there's no criminal warrant a criminal detain so in to quote from the opinion massachusetts law provides no authority from massachusetts quote officers to arrest in hold individual solely on the basis of the federal civil immigration detainers the all the time that individual would otherwise be entitled to release from state custody so in the case that was in question this individual was accused of robbing i believe was a homeless man was arrested for that and uh he did not make bail and buy time the case came up the prosecution could not go forward because they could not find the homeless person in the victim of the crime and the judge dismissed the case make a long story short he is still living amongst us but this case looked at the issue more broadly now governor baker his proposal does not technically according to the governor's office authorise or allow law enforcement officers to enforce federal immigration law simply fills a statutory gap identified by the sjc last week authorized but does not require state and local laura enforcement to.

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