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    The wives of border patrol agents are running for Congress after becoming fed up with what their husbands have to deal with under President Joe Biden's immigration policies. Of the three running for Congress, Representative Mayra Flores already won a special election in June to replace a Democratic congressman who left mid-term in Texas' 34th congressional district. The other two are Cassy Garcia, who beat out six other Republicans to take on Democrat Representative Henry Cuellar and Irene Armendariz-Jackson, who quit her job as a Realtor in El Paso to challenge Democratic Representative Veronica Escobar. If Garcia and Armendariz-Jackson are successful, Republicans will only need to flip two more House seats in the 2022 midterm elections to win back a majority in the lower chamber. Predictions have shown for months that Democrats would lose the House in November's election. The three womens' focus on border issues has won them broad support from conservatives in the border state. Three wives of Border Patrol agents, including Representative Mayra Flores (pictured), are running for Congress in Texas in the 2022 midterms because they...
    Getty New York Giants RB Saquon Barkley. Saquon Barkley talked the talk all offseason. In Sunday’s Week 1 opener, Barkley backed it up by walking the walk in the New York Giants‘ thrilling come-from-behind victory over the Tennessee Titans, rushing for a league-high, and franchise season-opener record, 164 yards with a touchdown and the game-winning 2-point conversion. What Barkley does for an encore the rest of 2022 just might dictate his, and New York’s, future. Barkley, who repeatedly stressed throughout the offseason his aim to silence his critics, put his past injuries; a torn ACL and a pair of high-ankle sprains behind him, and live up to his billing as the No. 2 overall pick in the 2022 NFL draft, and then some, is now the NFL’s leading rusher after Week 1. Against the Titans, Barkley ran hard, showed outstanding vision before hitting his spots, and looked like his old explosive self, and in a lot of ways, he was the driving force in New York’s 21-20 thriller. A strong opening statement from one of the NFL’s more...
    A Florida Republican candidate for the House was suspended from Twitter in the final days of his campaign after advocating for Floridians to shoot federal agents on sight, Florida Politics reports. Luis Miguel, who is running against incumbent Rep. Bobby Payne, was suspended after he tweeted, “Under my plan, all Floridians will be able to shoot FBI, IRS, ATF, and all other federal troops on sight. Let freedom ring.” "I'm sorry to have to post this, but this man is running for office in my area. It's real. And it's dangerous," one Twitter user wrote in response to the tweet. "I believe we must turn the mirror in on the lies being used to stir up people for heinous purposes. Someone is going to get killed. My heart is broken." Speaking to Florida Politics, Miguel said the suspension was permanent but “doesn’t affect (him) at all.” He then doubled down on his tweet, saying that it was justified because the IRS has been “weaponized by dissident forces.” His call for shooting federal agents is still live on Instagram, where the...
    GABRIEL JESUS’ agents are in “no hurry” to sort the player’s future after Arsenal’s Monday night collapse. SunSport reported last week that the Brazilian striker wants to stay in England – with his representatives trying to sort a move away from Manchester City this summer. 1Arsenal remain in the running to sign Gabriel Jesus despite qualification for the Champions League looking unlikelyCredit: Getty Arsenal were seen as favourites to snap up the 25-year-old – who only has one year left on his current deal – having already initiated positive talks for a £40m-£50m move. But SunSport understands Jesus’ agents are not going to rush into a decision and are keen for their player to end on a high with City before deciding on his next move. Jesus’ agents have already admitted to being fans of the project Arsenal boss Mikel Arteta has built, as well as suggesting the Premier League is the “NBA of football”. Champions League is also a big draw, which the north London club are now unlikely to have next season after giving up fourth spot to...
    Senator Ron Johnson has slammed Hunter Biden for his Secret Service detail's $30,000-per-month Malibu mansion and the agency's costs for his wife's trip to Brazil. This week DailyMail.com revealed exclusive pictures of a $6.2million mansion next door to Hunter's Malibu sea-view home currently housing his USSS detail – who are reportedly paying $30,000 per month in rent. The news followed Hunter's wife Melissa Cohen's solo trip to Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, last month where she was photographed on Ipanema Beach with a full Secret Service escort consisting of six SUVS, six Secret Service agents and seven Brazilian federal officers, costing thousands. The eye-watering bills for the presidential protection agency prompted harsh criticism from Senator Johnson, a Republican member of the Homeland Security and Governmental Affairs committee. 'You would think with all the news coming out about how Hunter Biden peddled influence and profited off his father's position and family name, he might try to keep a low profile and conduct himself in a way that limits taxpayer expenses because of his lifestyle,' Johnson told DailyMail.com. 'But you would be wrong....
    The U.S. Department of Justice (DOJ) on Wednesday announced charges against a ring of Chinese agents for monitoring and intimidating Chinese dissidents living in the United States. One of the cases involved a Chinese agent allegedly hiring an American private investigator (P.I.) to fabricate a scandal that could keep a survivor of the Tiananmen Square massacre from running for Congress. DOJ said three of the defendants were arrested in New York on Tuesday and Wednesday: Fan “Frank” Liu, Matthew Ziburis, and Shujun Wang. The other two, Qiang “Jason” Sun and Qiming Lin, remain at large. Both are believed to be in China. Court documents said the five defendants “allegedly perpetrated transnational repression schemes to target U.S. residents whose political views and actions are disfavored by the People’s Republic of China (PRC) government, such as advocating for democracy in the PRC.” “In one of these schemes, the co-conspirators sought to interfere with federal elections by allegedly orchestrating a campaign to undermine the U.S. congressional candidacy of a U.S. military veteran who was a leader of the 1989 pro-democracy demonstrations in...
              moreby Debra Heine   The Biden administration has deputized non-profit groups to move illegal migrants across the nation, allowing the charities to put them up in nice hotels and give them instructions on how to avoid capture. Rep. Lance Gooden (R-Texas) said Monday that a whistleblower told him about an ongoing operation in San Diego, and decided to go there to see for himself what is going on. “What I found were nonprofits that were running secretive closed-down hotels, the four point Sheraton Sea World, a Wyndham, a Ramada Inn,” he revealed on Fox and Friends. Gooden said that he witnessed buses unloading about 100 illegal immigrants in about an hour at one hotel, and they were welcomed by the charity “with open arms.” Once the migrants are processed, and tested for COVID, Gooden said they are each given a packet, which detail how they can get past the TSA at the airport without any identification, as well as how to enroll their children in American schools. “It’s encouraging illegal immigration!” Gooden declared. Currently, over a thousand migrants are pushing their way...
    A drone operated by Fox News Flight Team on Sunday captured exclusive footage of about 40 illegal migrants running towards La Joya, Texas, near the southern border. One part of the video shows a Border Patrol agent running behind the mostly-male group on foot as they try to flee towards the country. The men are seen climbing fences, jumping across streams, with some stumbling over them, all in an attempt to avoid being detained by authorities, according to Fox News. Another part of the video shows a different agent, vastly outnumbered, chasing the group in his truck. (RELATED: Tennessee Republicans Send Letter To DHS, HHS Calling For Answers Over Facilities Used To House Illegal Immigrants) Authorities managed to take into custody approximately half of this migrant group, the outlet reported. The rest of the group is assumed to have fled in different directions — some into the country, others fleeing back. WATCH: Watch the latest video at foxnews.com Two of the migrants caught on camera were handcuffed together, according to Fox News, suggesting that they were in custody before they ran...
    Rep. Mark Green, R-Tenn., said Wednesday on "America Reports" that he was "offended" when he heard Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, D-N.Y., condemn the use of the term "surge" when discussing the ongoing border crisis. "They wanna say, 'But what about the surge?'" Ocasio-Cortez said on Tuesday night during an Instagram Live session. "Well, first of all, just gut check, stop. Anyone who's using the term 'surge' around you consciously is trying to invoke a militaristic frame." AOC HAS ONLY TWEETED ABOUT CHILD MIGRANT DETENTION TWICE UNDER BIDEN REP. MARK GREEN: If I say cancer is bad, AOC is going to say that I’m a racist. That’s everything that comes out of their mouths these days. It’s ridiculous. Those CBP agents, they are there trying to do their best to take care of those children. It is absolutely insane to say that by their pointing out the fact that there is a 400-percent increase, it's somehow racist. That’s absurd. And it’s very clear that Joe Biden's canceling of policies that Trump put into effect has caused this mass whatever you want to call it. I...
    CHICAGO, ILLINOIS – JANUARY 03: John Jenkins #90 of the Chicago Bears rushes against Corey Linsley #63 of the Green Bay Packers at Soldier Field on January 03, 2021 in Chicago, Illinois. The Packers defeated the Bears 35-16. (Photo by Jonathan Daniel/Getty Images) Packers fans are celebrating the team’s re-signing of Aaron Jones, but the franchise would have been better off making any of these three moves.  Aaron Jones isn’t a bad football player, but the Packers front office should know better than to commit big-money to veteran running backs in the modern NFL. Committing $48 million to the 26-year-old running back over the next four seasons is going to make it very difficult for Green Bay to construct a roster capable of winning a Super Bowl. It’s likely that Jones will rack up enough yards and touchdowns over the next few seasons to allow the Packers’ front office to deem the deal a success. That’s too narrow a view of the transaction. Instead, the Jones signing should be viewed in terms of its opportunity cost. In other words, Packers...
    SAN ANTONIO – Never leave another behind is a mantra followed by members of the U.S. military. But undocumented veterans who spoke to KSAT say they are being left behind by the country they served and fought for. The Department of Defense estimates that about 5,000 green card holders, or legal permanent residents who are not yet citizens, enlist in the military every year. But the path for citizenship hasn’t come easy — or at all — for active members and veterans. In fact, from 2013 to 2018, federal immigration agents did not adhere to a policy requiring a review of a person’s military service record before deporting an undocumented veteran, according to a Government Accountability Office report. Further, Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) agents did not keep track of how many undocumented veterans they have detained and deported, the accountability office found. Some undocumented veterans were forcibly sent back to their birth country — even though they may have spent the majority of their lives in the United States — after they were convicted of criminal offenses. But some...
    Bena Apreala was jogging near his home in Boston when two SUVs filled with Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) agents pulled up and demanded to know who he was. Hide Welcome to Trump’s America. While on a run a few miles from our house, in the West Roxbury neighborhood of Boston, Bena…Posted by Michelle Lynne on Tuesday, October 6, 2020 Hide The ICE agents allegedly demanded Apreola show them his ID; however, like many people, Apreola doesn’t carry ID with him while jogging and was unable to comply. At this point, Apreola pulled out his phone and began recording the encounter, and the ICE agents reportedly changed their approach, “backing down” and confirming one by one that they were “all set.” One of the agents then asked Apreola if he had any tattoos on either of his arms. “If I’m free to go, I’m not showing you anything,” Apreola responded. “Thank you. Have a great day, guys.” Hide Apreola walked away but advised someone on the opposite side of the street to keep filming him “just in case.” Apreola’s wife uploaded...
    Credit: Sam Greenwood/Getty Images NFL teams looking to add big-time talent before the start of the 2020 regular season still have some options. These five stars could help the right team. There are no perfect NFL free agents left just weeks before the start of the regular season, but that doesn’t mean enterprising GMs can’t still find players capable of giving their teams a massive boost. Each of the five players on this list can really help a team if they land in the right situation. There are clear reasons why each guy on this list is available. Some are still looking for too much money on the open market. Others have serious off the field questions to answer. Again, finding a perfect player isn’t a reasonable expectation at this point in the NFL calendar. The key is to find a player with the right risk/reward ration. The first player on the list just became available but should field several offers from teams in need of a physical running back.5. Leonard FournetteThe Jaguars made the decision to cut Fournette on...
    Getty The Seahawks worked out free agents Tim Bonner and Brian Herrien. The Seattle Seahawks continue to look to improve their roster and the team hosted two free agents for a tryout. The Seahawks hosted former Florida Atlantic defensive end Tim Bonner and ex-Georgia running back Brian Herrien. Bonner is known for his appearance on the hit Netflix show Last Chance U which documents different junior college football programs. The pass rusher began his college football career at Louisville before transferring to East Mississippi Community College. Bonner finished out his career at FAU playing three seasons under Lane Kiffin. He notched 25 tackles and four sacks in his final season with the Owls. Herrien played four seasons at Georgia amidst a crowded backfield. The running back’s best season came in 2019 where he had 103 rushes for 490 yards and six touchdowns while adding 110 receiving yards and a touchdown. Herrien was originally signed by the Browns as an undrafted free agent, but Cleveland later released the running back at the start of training camp....
    Getty Free Agent RB Devonta Freeman The marriage between Devonta Freeman and the Eagles could be back on, thanks to a new officiant running the show. Freeman, the former Falcons rusher and free agent, has hired Drew Rosenhaus and tasked the super-agent with finding him work before training camp. The Eagles have been flirting with signing Freeman throughout the offseason but his price tag has been a tad too high. However, Rosenhaus is no stranger to Philadelphia and recently worked with them on getting Darius Slay inked to a team-friendly contract extension. “We want to work out a deal in the immediate future, and we are open to any team,” Rosenhaus told ESPN’s Adam Schefter about Freeman. “He’s healthy, he’s in shape, and I’m on a mission to have him give a team a lift in late July.” Freeman had been seeking somewhere in the neighborhood of $6 million per year, a far cry from the league minimum of $1 million the Eagles felt comfortable with back in June. But, with camp around the corner — veterans report...
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