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Yuma, Ariz. mayor declares state of emergency over migrant influx | One America News Network

This week, Mayor Douglas Nicholls declared a local emergency after a number of asylum seekers overwhelmed the southern border city of Yuma, Arizona. Nearly 400 migrants slammed the local shelter system, exceeding its capacity in a matter of hours and forcing many families out onto the streets. “It’s with a heavy heart that I declare that we’re at this point,…

AG William Barr: Situation at U.S.-Mexico Border ‘Really Unprecedented’

The problem we face on our Southern border is really unprecedented. Not just the volume and the makeup of the people coming across from an immigration policy standpoint, but by the strength of the criminal organizations in Mexico. One of the things that has changed a lot in the 30 years prior where I was attorney general has been the…

White House Plans To Target Remittance Payments | The Daily Caller

The White House is planning on targeting remittance payments made by illegal immigrants in the wake of an ongoing migrant flood at the U.S. southern border, a senior administration official told reporters Tuesday. The plans to target remittance payments come amid a broader shakeup at the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) and future executive actions designed to curb illegal immigration.…

Ukrainian Officials: DOJ Hasn’t Acted on Our Evidence of Dems’ Wrongdoing – Dan Bongino

The Hill’s John Solomon is reporting that Ukrainian law enforcement officials claim their attempts to get the Justice Department to act on evidence of wrongdoing by Democrats have been thwarted. The evidence–they say–involves 2016 election meddling and obstruction of justice. Kostiantyn Kulyk, deputy head of the Prosecutor General’s International Legal Cooperation Department told Solomon that he and other officials have…