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Schumer Cries In Panic After Trump’s Order To ‘Keep Illegal Families Together’ Backfires On Dems

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President Donald Trump has been feeling the wrath of his critics a bit extra this week. The mainstream media took a picture from the Obama days that showed children in “cages” and people thought it was a recent photograph. That prompted people to express their outrage towards Trump with many of them not realizing the picture was from before Trump was president, meaning that it was during former President Obama’s era.

Before it was too late, the Internet was scourged with misinformation and people slamming Trump for things that were already in place before he took office. Some of the immigration reforms taking place now might also date back to Bill Clinton in 1996 when he worked on immigration reform, all the way up to Barack Obama who deported millions, and now President Trump who seems to want a zero-tolerance reinforcement of immigration laws.

Instead of looking up the information to see where the “separation of families” seemed to begin, the angered people blindly continue expressing their fake rage as a means to show hatred towards Trump for continuing with the same immigration ways that Democrats seemed to put into place years ago. Don’t forget about the Elián González story in which an agent pointed a loaded weapon in his direction during a heated battle of immigration and custody during the early 2000’s, 16 years before Trump was ever a consideration for President.

As Trump takes heat for the parents who break the law by crossing the border illegally, he’s also working to end the familial separation that everyone began magically complaining about. Meanwhile, families in America are separated on a daily basis whenever someone commits a crime and goes to jail, but it seems like the liberal Democrats want to protect the illegal immigrants who break the law. Trump has to come to a solution and he’s signed an executive order to help stop that. However, it doesn’t seem like that would be enough for the Democrats who constantly go after Trump by badgering him with nonsense instead of trying to fix problems by working together.

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Chuck Schumer, in particular, was highly critical of Trump, but does anyone remember him being this upset when Barack Obama deported 3.1 million illegal immigrants?

Trump has been trying to fix the problem that so many of his critics complained about, but his Democrat opponents still couldn’t seem to be pleased.

This NY Times excerpt provided more insight on Schumer’s critical moment against Trump:

“In an hourlong meeting on Capitol Hill with House Republicans, Mr. Trump declined to explicitly back either one, saying he would sign both bills. Republican leaders are trying to rally support for the compromise bill.

“The president was very firm in explaining why it’s so important that he gets this bill to his desk so that we can solve some problems and secure our border,” said Representative Steve Scalise of Louisiana, the Republican whip. He added, “We want to secure our border; we want to reunite kids. Our bill does just that.”

Mr. McConnell said he planned to reach out to Democrats to support his conference’s effort, hoping to stanch the political damage from the administration’s “zero tolerance” policy that has led to heartbreaking stories of children separated from their mothers.

But Senator Chuck Schumer of New York, the Democratic leader, immediately shot down the Republican approach, saying that Mr. Trump could — and should — use his executive authority, not legislation, to quickly end the family separations.

“Anyone who believes this Republican Congress is capable of addressing this issue is kidding themselves,” Mr. Schumer said in a statement. “The president can end this crisis with the flick of his pen, and he needs to do so now.”

Mr. Trump has the power on his own to change that zero-tolerance policy at the border, which would once again allow border agents and prosecutors the discretion to allow families to remain together after crossing illegally into the United States. But it would also allow those families to be released while their court proceedings go forward, something Mr. Trump opposes.”

It almost seems like nothing Trump does will ever please Chuck Schumer. Perhaps we take a trip back to the time when Chuck Schumer cried about Trump and immigration.

There are a few things to remember before people criticize Trump for the border activity:

Bill Clinton signed The Illegal Immigration Reform and Immigrant Responsibility Act (IIRIRA) in 1996 to help pave the way for what’s going on today.

Barack Obama deported 3.1 million illegal immigrants, most ever by any president.

Being tough on immigration has been a thing for many years, so why is Trump getting all of the heat for it? It’s because he’s not a Democrat.

Many others have contributed to what’s going on today and critics may want to check what party they’re from before they criticize President Trump for things that other people set into place.

It’s like blaming the bus driver for when the smelly girl in the back lets one rip after eating three cans of beans. It wasn’t the driver’s fault that the bus might stink, but he’s gotta drive it.

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President Donald Trump attacked Comcast on Monday, citing the American Cable Association’s “big problems” with the telecommunications behemoth and its alleged violations of anti-trust laws.

The president had apparently just watched a Fox Business News segment where guest Charlie Gasparino spoke on the American Cable Association’s (ACA) issues with Comcast, and mentioned that the Department of Justice (DOJ) may look into claims of anti-trust violations regarding its merger with NBC.

“Remember, when Comcast bought NBC Universal — government opposed it. They came out with a sort of, I guess, compromise where they would agree to certain conditions,” Gasparino said to Fox Business News (FBN) host Neil Cauto on Monday. “Those conditions elapsed back in September. What the ACA is saying is that Comcast is still acting in an anti-compeititve way, using its content from NBC Universal, including Hulu, essentially to force rival cable distributors … to pay up.”

“Those are the providers that make up the membership of the cable association,” he continued.

The FBN interview came the same day as the American Cable Association’s release of a lengthy statement, making the case that the Department of Justice should investigate Comcast for anti-trust violations. Since the Comcast-NBC merger took place in 2011, the DOJ and Federal Communications Commission oversaw certain conditions placed on them. However, the DOJ and FCC have since rolled back their oversight.

The cable association — which represents hundreds of smaller broadband companies — believes more conditions must be placed on Comcast for the sake of a competitive cable broadband market.

Trump has long despised Comcast and NBC Universal because of its ownership of MSNBC and other platforms critical of him. The Republican president has called NBC “fake news” regularly and allegedly referred to Comcast itself as “public enemy number one.”

“Trump does not like Comcast. We should point out that the president of the United States himself has privately referred to Comcast as ‘public enemy number one.’ Why is that? They own NBC, MSNBC. They distribute it throughout the country,” Gasparino explained. “So he knows their power.”

 

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James Comey Just Caught In Major New Scandal – Hillary Would Be Proud!

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Fired FBI chief James Comey used his private Gmail account hundreds of times to conduct government business — and at least seven of those messages were deemed so sensitive by the Justice Department that they declined to release them.

The former top G-man repeatedly claimed he only used his private account for “incidental” purposes and never for anything that was classified — and that appears to be true.

But Justice acknowledged in response to a Freedom of Information request that Comey and his chief of staff discussed government business on about 1,200 pages of messages, 156 of which were obtained by The Post.

The Cause of Action Institute, a conservative watchdog group, filed a Freedom of Information lawsuit for Comey’s Gmail correspondence involving his work for the bureau.

The Justice Department responded that there were an eye-popping 1,200 pages of messages for Comey and his chief of staff that met the criteria.

Justice released 156 of them but refused to hand over seven emails because they would “disclose techniques and procedures for law enforcement investigations or prosecutions.” And another 363 pages of emails were withheld because they discussed privileged agency communications or out of personal privacy concerns.

Cause of Action’s CEO slammed the former top G-man for minimizing the work he did using his private account. “Using private email to conduct official government business endangers transparency and accountability, and that is why we sued the Department of Justice,” said John Vecchione.

“We’re deeply concerned that the FBI withheld numerous emails citing FOIA’s law enforcement exemption. This runs counter to Comey’s statements that his use of email was incidental and never involved any sensitive matters.”

In one email on Oct. 7, 2015, Comey seems to recognize the hypocrisy of the FBI investigating Hillary Clinton’s email practices while he’s exchanging FBI info on his own private account because his government account was down.

Two days after complaining that his “mobile is not sending emails,” Comey asked an aide that the testimony he was to deliver to the Senate be sent on his private account — calling it an “embarrassing” situation.

“He [aide] will need to send to personal email I suppose,” Comey wrote. “Embarrassing for us.”

Lisa Rosenberg, executive director of Open the Government, a nonpartisan coalition that advocates for government transparency, said Comey’s practice of using personal email while investigating Clinton reeks of a double standard.

“It’s just so transparently hypocritical to have one standard for a person you are investigating and an entirely different standard for yourself when you are the one who’s enforcing the law,” Rosenberg said.

The inspector general at Justice previously slammed Comey for using his personal account for FBI business, saying it was “inconsistent” with government policy. But Comey claimed his private email use was “incidental” and only used for word processing a “public speech or public email.” He said he wasn’t sending “anything remotely classified” on Gmail and that his use was “a totally different thing” from Clinton’s.

Experts told The Post there was a clear disconnect between what Comey said he was using his personal email for and what the Justice Department concluded he was doing after vetting his emails.

If the Justice Department accurately withheld his emails for the legal reasons cited, Comey would have been talking about substantive government business and active law enforcement matters.

“He can’t have it both ways,” Rosenberg said.

“Either he used his personal email for things that were public or would be in the public domain, or he used it to discuss internal policies, investigations, etc. that might or might not be appropriately withheld under FOIA.”

A rep for Comey said he had no comment.

The 156 email pages that were released mark the first wave from Justice, with more expected soon.

The emails obtained by The Post span from 2013 to 2017, and many are heavily redacted.

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