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Sheriff urges Joe Biden to cease ‘insanity’ over immigration


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An Arizona sheriff is warning that America will face “scary” penalties because of the “political theater” of President Joe Biden’s sweeping government actions on immigration.

Mark Dannels, the sheriff of Cochise County which shares a border with Mexico, mentioned already he’s seen a swell of migrants within the space.

“For the reason that main ’til now, our statistics in Cochise County — now we have a digital digicam system, 800 cameras are deployed — we’ve doubled, doubled these coming into our county and alongside the southwest border,” he mentioned on Fox Information Tuesday.

“This political theater that’s being performed out is horrifying to all of us on the southwest border, sheriffs, police departments and our federal companions and each American ought to be standing up on this.”

He famous that dozens of nations breached the southwest border in 2019, together with gang members and kids being “exploited” by cartels.

Cochise County Sheriff Mark Dannels has urged President Joe Biden to reverse course on immigration.
Cochise County Sheriff Mark Dannels has urged President Joe Biden to reverse course on immigration.
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“It goes again to indicate you ways susceptible our southwest border is to incorporate each American in this nation if we don’t have a safe border,” he added.

Biden has already signed quite a few government orders reversing the Trump administration’s immigration insurance policies, together with issuing a moratorium on deportations for 100 days and halting development of the border wall.

The moratorium, nonetheless, was quickly blocked Tuesday as a part of a lawsuit filed by Texas Lawyer Normal Ken Paxton.

Six of President Joe Biden's 17 executive orders on his first day on office on January 20, 2021, dealt with immigration.
Six of President Joe Biden’s 17 government orders on his first day on workplace on January 20, 2021, handled immigration.
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Within the days earlier than Biden’s inauguration, a caravan of migrants from Honduras was en path to the US, claiming that the brand new president would “assist” them.

Dannels mentioned below former President Trump, tackling border safety was a extra collaborative effort.

A migrant from Guatemala cries in the Paso del Norte international border bridge after requesting asylum in the U.S. on Jan. 26, 2021.
A migrant from Guatemala cries within the Paso del Norte worldwide border bridge after requesting asylum within the U.S. on Jan. 26, 2021.
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“We had a really optimistic, proactive relationship with President Trump on the desk to work out neighborhood points,” he mentioned. “Police chiefs and sheriffs are specialists of communities. Our federal authorities is alleged to be specialists of nationwide safety and border safety.

“Collectively that’s a recipe of success for each American and what I’m seeing now’s we’re going to return in time and play this political theater at the backs and the dangers of each American.”

Mexican national Felipe Ortega cries while meeting with his family after being deported from the U.S. to Mexico in Ciudad Juarez on Jan. 20, 2021.
Mexican nationwide Felipe Ortega cries whereas assembly together with his household after being deported from the U.S. to Mexico in Ciudad Juarez on Jan. 20, 2021.
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Dannels referred to as Biden’s actions on immigration “hasty.”

“We’ve been down this street earlier than,” he mentioned. “I don’t know why we will’t look prior to now and discover stability in our processes, our applications and cease this insanity.”


Trump says he was not watching reside TV protection of Capital Hill riot



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Former President Donald Trump on Sunday night time denied that he was watching reside tv protection of the lethal Capitol Hill riot.

Trump was responding to a Washington Publish story that claimed he was “watching all of it unfold” on Jan. 6 within the White Home as chaos erupted on the Capitol.

“That’s incorrect reporting,” Trump advised Fox Information’ Steve Hilton.

“Initially, I wasn’t watching TV. I turned it on in a while after I heard about it, and did a whole lot of strikes.”

A former Trump adviser had advised The Washington Publish that the ex-commander-in-chief was glued to the tube as his supporters stormed the Capitol constructing, interrupting a vote to certify the election outcomes.

“He was arduous to succeed in, and you realize why? As a result of it was reside TV,” the ex-adviser advised the newspaper. “If it’s TiVo, he simply hits pause and takes the calls. If it’s reside TV, he watches it, and he was simply watching all of it unfold.”

In Sunday’s interview, Trump condemned the siege, however referred to as the outrage surrounding it a “double normal.”

“Whenever you see Washington burning and whenever you see Seattle burning and Portland burning and all these different locations burning with Antifa, and the novel left, nothing appears to occur,” Trump stated.

He additionally advised Hilton that his administration had alerted the Division of Protection to the rally close to the White Home that he spoke at earlier than the assault.

As for the rally previous the loss of life and destruction within the Capitol constructing, Trump stated it was one thing to be celebrated.

“It was a love fest. It was a lovely factor,” he stated.

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Teen lady dies, one other is partially paralyzed after sledding crashes



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Two sledding accidents on the identical Ohio hill left one teen lady useless and one other partially paralyzed, a report stated.

Eirelyn Zuercher, 14, crashed whereas sledding at Hinckley Reservation within the township of Hinckley on Feb. 20, the Akron Beacon Journal reported.

She died Wednesday at MetroHealth Medical Heart, the report stated.

In one other tragic flip of occasions, Zuercher’s father, Jared Zuercher, 40, died of coronary heart assault the night time he accompanied his daughter to the hospital, the newspaper reported.

A day after Zuercher’s accident, 17-year-old Natalie Wilson crashed on the identical hill.

Wilson broke her again and ribs, leaving her partially paralyzed, her father, Jim Wilson, informed the newspaper.

“She’s screaming and hollering she will be able to’t really feel her legs, she will be able to’t really feel her legs,” the daddy stated, recounting his daughter’s name to him after the accident.

“She was laying on the bottom on the backside of the hill … she simply cruised off the trail and most definitely hit a tree,” he stated.

Jim Wilson famous the risks concerned with sledding that individual slope.

“There’s all the time the potential with the sled to type of veer to the correct as you head down the hill to veer towards the treeline.

“If you happen to make it down, it’s one of many funnest rides on the earth, but when one thing goes fallacious, it might probably go dangerous actual fast.”

The daddy recommended limitations might assist deter such tragedies.

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Argument over face masks led to killing of Tulane officer



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A person arrested for killing a Tulane College police officer allegedly fired the deadly photographs after an argument over sporting a masks at a highschool basketball sport, a report stated.

John Shallerhorn was busted for fatally capturing Tulane Police Officer Martinus Mitchum on Friday evening outdoors George Washington Carver Excessive Faculty in New Orleans, the place the officer had been moonlighting as a safety guard.

The officer had been ushering Shallerhorn out of the college after the suspect bought right into a combat with a college worker for not sporting a masks, WVUE reported on Sunday, citing police.

Shallerhorn allegedly shot Mitchum twice.

The suspect was arrested on the scene and later charged with homicide of a policeman and theft.

Earlier than getting into the college, Shallerhorn allegedly robbed a person of his chain within the car parking zone, the report stated.

“We’re deeply saddened by the mindless and tragic dying of TUPD Corporal Martinus Mitchum,” Tulane Police Chief Kirk Bouyelas stated in an announcement obtained by WVUE.

“Corporal Mitchum was a devoted police skilled who had a coronary heart of service for the Tulane neighborhood,” Bouyelas stated.

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