“Women accounted for fewer than one in ten of the detections, while the share of reported minors fell slightly to around 9 percent of all detections.”
Approximately 330,000 illegal border crossings into the European Union (EU) were recorded in 2022, the highest figure since the migration crisis of 2016. According to the latest data from EU border agency Frontex, the number of illegal entries into the Union increased 64 percent from the previous year.
Syrian, Afghan, and Tunisian nationals account for half of the entries
According to the Agency, 330,000 irregular entries were recorded in 2022. The number of Syrian nationals has practically doubled to 94,000. “This is the second consecutive year with a sharp increase in the number of irregular entries,” Frontex said in a statement, adding that Syrians, Afghans, and Tunisians together accounted for 47% of irregular entries in 2022.
Danielle Stephanie Warriner sits alone in a Toronto hospital lobby, wearing little more than a pale blue medical gown. Moments later, she's wheeled away by guards, her slight frame slumped in a wheelchair, her legs dangling from the edge.
What happens in between isn't captured on video.
Instead, a security camera was purposely turned away as guards approached the 43-year-old, pushed her against a wall and restrained her on the ground before she lost consciousness — never to regain it.
Those scenes are part of the evidence that would have been heard at the trial of the guards charged in Warriner's death at Toronto General Hospital in May 2020.
Now, that won't happen. In a surprise move by an Ontario judge on Nov. 22, the case against the guards has been quashed and the trial that was supposed to begin this May struck from the docket.
For months, Warriner's family has waited for their day in court. Instead, they say they're now left blindsided.
"My first reaction was shock, horror," Warriner's sister, Denise, told CBC News. "There's been no accountability and there's a gaping hole in my heart."
"She was a very tiny woman who was clearly unwell, sitting, dealing with respiratory distress and they wrangled her to her death. There was no lawful reason for them to have ever put hands on her," she said she believes.
"This ought to have been put to a trial."
Webmaster addition: This was supposedly triggered by Danielle not wanting to wear a mask because of her breathing difficulties.
Democrats in Congress are trying to pass a bill that would expand the definition of hate crime to include discussion of “replacement theory”.
The legislation, which is sponsored by Rep. Sheila Jackson Lee (D-Texas), would criminalize speech that is found to have “inspired” a racially motivated crime.
The draconian law would effectively make an individual responsible for someone else’s crime if prosecutors were able to successfully argue that their political rhetoric was a motivating factor.
The Leading Against White Supremacy Act of 2023 includes a “conspiracy” charge that someone would be guilty of if they were found to have published “material advancing white supremacy, white supremacist ideology, antagonism based on ‘replacement theory,’ or hate speech that vilifies or is otherwise directed against any non-white person or group” on social media.
One of the 51 intelligence veterans who signed a letter suggesting the Hunter Biden laptop story could be part of a Russian disinformation operation said they knew the contents of the device were genuine at the time.
Elon Musk, the entrepreneur who serves as CEO of Space X, Tesla, and Twitter, reacted harshly after Klaus Schwab, the chairman of the World Economic Forum, preached at the WEF’s summit about an attempt to “master the future.”
Several American officials reportedly enjoyed a lavish lunch with some of the planet’s most powerful corporate leaders and World Economic Forum Chair Klaus Schwab during the organization’s annual conference in Davos, Switzerland.
Florida is threatening to suspend licenses for businesses failing to provide proof of E-Verify compliance, which ensures they are not employing illegal immigrants. It comes as part of its greater effort to protect Florida residents and their jobs as the nation faces a mass immigration crisis on the southern border.
The Department of Economic Opportunity sent letters to several businesses, flagging the various companies for “repeat non-responsiveness” to the Florida Department of Law Enforcement (FDLE).
“If you persist and fail to respond to the Department of Economic Opportunity (DEO), there will be significant consequences,” the letters reads, warning that the notice serves as the “final opportunity to respond before consequences are initiated.”
It adds that the DEP will “not grant any extensions” or excuses for nonresponses. The companies had one month from the date of the letter to provide an affidavit stating the company will comply with the law and terminate the employment of illegal aliens.
Failure to comply with the letter in the given time frame would result in a suspension of “all licenses” held by the company “specific to the business location where the unauthorized alien(s) performed work.” In cases where they do not have a license specific to the business location where the illegal alien worked, the licenses held by the company at its “primary place of business” will be suspended.
President Joe Biden used a speech honoring Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. on Monday to stoke racial division, accusing car insurance companies of being racist for charging different rates based on location.
“If you live in one of those neighborhoods and you have the same exact car I have in the other neighborhood, you pay more for your insurance than that side,” Biden said sternly. “No basis for it! None at all other than you’re black, and I’m white.”
The president spoke about race at a breakfast to celebrate Martin Luther King Jr. Day, hosted by Al Sharpton’s National Action Network at the Mayflower Hotel in Washington, DC.
He also accused housing values of being racist, vowing to tackle the racial disparities that exist in the real estate market.
Webmaster addition: This isn't racism. There are simply neighborhoods that have more accidents and insurance companies adjust their rates according to accident statistics.
Former President Donald Trump is embroiled in another Deep State frame-up job, this time over classified documents. Meanwhile, His Fraudulency Joe Biden is dealing with a legitimate classified document scandal.
Before we go any further, I find all this “classified document” handwringing silly. Speaking objectively outside the tit-for-tat of partisan politics, everyone knows America goes overboard with that big, red CLASSIFIED stamp. Hey, and who can blame us? Stamping something CLASSIFIED has to feel pretty cool. Reading something stamped CLASSIFIED must feel even cooler. So why not stamp, stamp, stamp your way to that warm and fuzzy feeling of self-importance?
Plus, by stamping everything CLASSIFIED, the Deep State can frame people for invented crimes, embarrass them politically, and meddle in elections. And we all know how much the FBI, NSA, CIA, and Homeland Security love to frame people to protect the Democrat party.
Here’s my view of what’s happening to Trump: From what we know, the classified documents in his possession were secured in a single place — within his residence at Mar-a-Lago, which is guarded by Secret Service. Additionally, and again from what we know, the National Archives had an inventory of these documents, knew what Trump had, and negotiated their return.
Finally, as president, Trump had the power to declassify anything for any reason at any time.
President Joe Biden has reportedly spent 163 days of his presidency at his home in Wilmington, Delaware, where the Secret Service claimed Sunday no visitor logs exist.
Critics have raised questions about who might have visited Biden’s residence after his attorneys found classified documents stashed in the home’s garage.
In total, Biden has spent 163 days over the course of 49 trips to his Wilmington residence, according to the Republican National Committee’s “Big Guy tracker.” It is unknown how many days Biden spent at the home after leaving the White House in 2017 and before assuming the Oval Office in 2021.
The considerable amount of time Biden has spent at the home raises questions about who might have had access to the classified documents.
On Thursday, Biden’s personal attorneys found five more classified documents stashed at Biden’s home. The White House has refused to explain why Biden’s attorneys initially searched Biden’s residence and the Biden Penn Center for classified documents.
The White House and Secret Service on Monday claimed no visitor logs exist from President Joe Biden’s Delaware residence, where multiple classified documents were unearthed by the president’s personal attorneys.
The statements were in response to House Oversight Committee Chair Rep. James Comer’s (R-KY) request for disclosure of the logs Sunday.
“Given the serious national security implications, the White House must provide the Wilmington residence’s visitor log,” Comer wrote to the White House. “It is troubling that classified documents have been improperly stored at the home of President Biden for at least six years, raising questions about who may have reviewed or had access to classified information.”
Republicans are concerned Biden’s mishandling of classified documents presents the likelihood that classified materials could have landed in the hands of America’s adversaries. Between the classified documents retrieved from the Biden Penn Center and the documents retrieved from Biden’s residence in Delaware on Thursday, the total number of classified documents Biden stashed is now about 25 — some of which are top secret.
Hunter Biden recorded monthly rent payments of $49,910 while living at President Joe Biden’s residence, according to a document unearthed by New York Post’s Miranda Devine.
On a document titled “background screening request,” it appears Hunter paid $49,910 in monthly rent for one year while living at Joe Biden’s Delaware residence, where the president kept classified documents alongside his Corvette in the garage.
Hunter listed his rental tenancy from March 2017 to February 2018, the document shows. The document is signed July 2018.
In 2017, Joe Biden left the White House and stored a large number of classified documents inside his Delaware garage and at two other locations. The first batch of documents found are alleged to contain information pertaining to Ukraine and Iran, CNN reported.
The document also shows that Hunter checked a box on the form claiming to own Joe Biden’s home. It is unknown why Hunter would have paid rent if he owned the home.
It should be noted Joe Biden’s 2017 tax return on Schedule E only listed $19,800 in “rents received.” In 2018, Biden listed no rents received.
A brand new $10 million sculpture honoring civil rights icon Martin Luther King Jr. and his wife, Coretta Scott King, in Boston has sparked an intense debate among the couple’s family and the public.
The 22-foot bronze statue, titled “The Embrace,” was created by conceptual artist Hank Willis Thomas and funded by a public/private partnership. While some members of the King family have praised the sculpture, others have been vocal in their criticism.
Coretta Scott King’s cousin, Seneca Scott, has been especially vocal in his criticism of the sculpture, calling it a “waste of money” and saying it “looks like a penis.” Seneca said to The Post, “It’s doubly insulting to the black community, who still on average … too many of us are below the poverty line. You’re spending $10 million on a bronze statue
With a 13-7 vote, the bill passed the state Senate in June. According to Center Square, it prohibits the possession, sale, transfer, and manufacture of large-capacity magazines. While it exempts law enforcement and military members, the law also put a buyback program in place for large-capacity magazines.
According to the Daily Caller, a gun rights advocacy group, the Second Amendment Foundation (SAF) filed the latest of three lawsuits against a high-capacity gun magazine ban in a release on Thursday. Two other lawsuits were filed in June 2022 by two private citizens and the Firearms Policy Coalition (FPC).
According to SAF founder and Executing Vice President Alan M. Gottlieb, Senate Bill 6 (SB6) “literally criminalizes one of the most common and important means by which Delaware citizens can exercise their right of self-defense.” In a release, Gottlieb noted, “In effect, SB6 makes self-defense a potentially criminal act, and that must not be allowed to stand.”
A massive bronze sculpture honoring Martin Luther King, Jr. and his wife, Coretta Scott King, was officially unveiled on the Boston Common on Friday.
The work, titled “The Embrace,” was created by Washington state conceptual artist Hank Willis Thomas. It is his interpretation of a photo of the two taken on the day King learned he’d won the Nobel Peace Prize in 1964.
For years, Disney has been its special District in Florida.
This lets it govern itself. However, DeSantis talks of a plan to strip Disney of that privilege, which will cost Disney millions. Now, employees are backing DeSantis.
Disney has been its District since 1967, allowing it to govern its land. It can even issue land taxes. According to The Western Journal, “According to the Orlando Sentinel, the District provides its public services, such as utilities, and can issue bonds, levy taxes, and oversee land use and environmental protections.”
However, in April 2022, DeSantis signed a bill to stop that privilege. The bill will dissolve the District, known as the Reedy Creek Improvement District. The District will see a new team of management staff in June and will then be forced to pay the $700 million they have accumulated in unsecured debt.
On Friday, a new sculpture was unveiled in Boston honoring the legacy of civil rights hero Martin Luther King, Jr. and his wife, Coretta Scott King, in the lead-up to Martin Luther King Jr. Day on Monday.
The vote on HR 26, the “Born Alive Abortion Survivors Protection Act”, passed the United States House of Representatives. Not surprisingly, every single Democrat in the House voted against the legislation, save one, Congressman Henry Cuellar of Texas. Republican Vicente Gonzalez (also of Texas) opted to vote “present.”