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North Dakota Highway Patrol Lt.: ‘Amnesty Bus’ Coming To North Dakota Protest Camp Today

Two p.m. Mountain Time. That’s the deadline for Dakota access pipeline protesters to clear out of the now-frozen wasteland they’ve occupied since the summer. “Anybody that is remaining after 2 p.m. is subject to arrest and fines,” North Dakota Highway Patrol Lt. Tom Iverson told CNN on Wednesday morning. He said this would be the first time guardsmen will have gone into the camp. Before that happens an “amnesty bus” will arrive so protesters may “freely leave.” — “It would be good if everybody got on that bus,” Iverson said….

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Mika Brzezinksi: Trump Shouldn’t Control What People Think, ‘That Is Our Job’

MSNBC’s Mika Brzezinski Makes Alarming Admission About Media’s ‘Job’ — During the 6 am hour on MSNBC’s Morning Joe, co-host Mika Brzezinski made an alarming admission about what she thinks the media’s role is. During a panel discussion on President Trump’s revised immigration order, Brzezinski complained that Trump was undermining the media and taking their “job” of “controlling exactly what people think.” New York Times reporter Yamiche Alcindor began the segment bringing up that this “hard line immigration” order didn’t turn off Trump supporters, or even those “skeptical” of Trump,…

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1st (Former) Illegal Alien To Serve In Congress: New Immigration Guidance ‘Unleashes The Hound Dogs’

U.S. Rep. Adriano Espaillat (D-N.Y.) says he came to the United States illegally as a nine-year-old child, eventually returning to the Dominican Republic with his family to follow proper immigration procedures. He is the first member of Congress to have once been an illegal alien, and he told CNN on Wednesday morning that he objects to the Trump administration’s expanded immigration enforcement because it “unleashes the hound dogs,” expedites the removal of illegal aliens and fractures families. He noted that “many people come here” illegally because they aspire for their…

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White House: ‘No,’ Goal Of Expanded Immigration Enforcement Is Not Mass Deportation

“We have an obligation to make sure that the people…in our country are here legally,” White House spokesman Sean Spicer told reporters on Tuesday, shortly after the Department of Homeland Security released two memos, explaining how Trump’s immigration policy will take shape. “Is one of the goals here mass deportation?” a reporter asked him. “No,” Spicer replied. But Spicer also told reporters: “Remember, everybody who is here illegally is subject to removal at any time. That is consistent with every country, not just ours. If you’re in this country in…

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