You've been taking Jeff Sessions lessons I see.
to the nearest dumpster would be food,
They arent with foster fsmilies. Theyre warehousded..
Here has been a backlog of up to a million cases in the.migra courts. Thy have not been judged guilty.or innocent.
You dont get to decide.
Set the date and let them go and take care of their kids til then.
Thats humanitarian not that you have much familiarity with that
Citizens Give New Zealand's Gun Ban The Finger - Only 530 of 300,000 People Turned Guns In
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - The U.S. Supreme Court on Monday turned away a bid to widen legal protections for gun silencers in a case involving two Kansas men convicted for failing to register the devices as required by federal law, as the justices again sidestepped a chance to rule on the scope of the right to bear arms.
The justices declined to hear appeals by the two men, Shane Cox and Jeremy Kettler, and left in place their convictions in cases brought by federal prosecutors. The men had asked the court to decide whether silencers - muzzle attachments that suppress the sound of a gunshot - are covered by the U.S. Constitution’s Second Amendment, which protects the right to keep and bear arms.
An Ohio teenager has been arrested for threatening mass violence online, targeting federal agents and Planned Parenthood, court documents said.
FBI agents raided the residence where Justin Olsen, 18, was living, and found more than a dozen rifles and about 10,000 rounds of ammunition.
"Shoot every federal agent in sight," he allegedly wrote, adding he would "stock up" on weapons in another post.
Mr Olsen said his online comments were written in jest, court documents said.
Federal authorities apprehended Mr Olsen last week, just days after the back-to-back mass shootings in Dayton, Ohio and El Paso, Texas rocked the US.
He has been charged with threatening a federal officer and is now being held in federal custody, according to the court filing.
Six Philadelphia police officers were shot in a rapidly escalating standoff on Wednesday afternoon with
at least one active shooter at a home about two miles north of Temple University, the authorities said.
The officers were taken to area hospitals with what the police described as non-life-threatening injuries.
Additional officers were also being treated for “non-gunshot injuries,” Sgt. Eric Gripp of the Philadelphia
Police Department said on Twitter.
SWAT teams converged on a residence in the Nicetown-Tioga section of the city, and the shooting began
around 4:30 p.m. It prompted a lockdown of Temple University’s Health Sciences Center Campus.
So, what's the leftist play going to be here?
More virtue signalling?
Maybe a push to disarm police officers?