White House: It’s Trump’s Fault That 4200 Children Are Now Sleeping On Floor Of Cages With No Sunlight

Even far-left outlets are demanding to know why on earth the Biden administration is fuelling a humanitarian disaster at the border


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In a desperate attempt to avoid questioning about the worsening humanitarian crisis at the Southern border, White House Press Secretary Jen Psaki claimed that it is President Trump’s fault that thousands of children are sleeping on concrete-floored cages without seeing the Sun for days.

As previously reported by CBS News, just under one month ago there were only NINE children being held in Border Patrol facilities, yet now there are over 4000.

Even journalists for far left outlets are appalled by what is unfolding.

PBS White House correspondent Yamiche Alcindor asked Psaki to explain what on earth is going on.

“There were lawyers who interviewed some children that were in facilities,” Alcindor said, adding “The children described sleeping on the floor, being hungry, not seeing the sun for days.”

She continued “How is that acceptable for the Biden administration to keep children in those sorts of conditions, given the fact that you said you were an administration that was going to be more humane than the previous one?”

Psaki immediately blamed President Trump, stating “We are trying to work through what was a dismantled and unprepared system because of the role of the last administration.”


Alcindor continued to ask for an explanation, stating “children being hungry, sleeping on the floor, not being allowed outside for days at a time, why is that acceptable to go on, even for one more day? Why is that something that’s not being outlawed right now? How is the administration not stopping that today?”

Again avoiding the question, Psaki responded “Well, Yamiche, it’s not acceptable. But I think the challenge here is that there are not that many options.”

How about the option not to completely reverse Trump’s policies which your own people admit were preventing this kind of hell from unfolding?

That was an option.

Josh Buice: The Grievance Gospel

The gospel of the Christian evangelical movement has been long described as being by grace alone, through faith alone, in Christ alone, revealed by the scriptures alone to the glory of God alone. By grafting the Neo-Marxist concepts of what is known as "social justice" another description is necessary to describe what is known as the "woke church," for the purpose of righting oppression or grievances alone. Dr. Josh Buice explains that the grievance gospel turns the biblical gospel on its head and presents a list of demands before grace is distributed. The Great Awokening Conference, Session 4 Follow Josh Buice: https://twitter.com/joshbuice https://sovereignnations.com

ROUNDTABLE Rubin Report: Critical Race Theory War-James Lindsay, Allie Stuckey, Christopher Rufo

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8 Ways That HR 1, ‘For the People Act,’ Imperils Free and Fair Elections


Portrait of Hans von Spakovsky

Hans von Spakovsky is an authority on a wide range of issues—including civil rights, civil justice, the First Amendment, immigration, the rule of law and government reform—as a senior legal fellow in The Heritage Foundation’s Edwin Meese III Center for Legal and Judicial Studies and manager of the think tank’s Election Law Reform Initiative. Read his research.

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HR 1, the deceptively titled “For the People Act,” has arrived in the U.S. Senate after a party-line vote in the House of Representatives. It is, without doubt, the most dangerous and irresponsible election bill I have ever seen.  

If it becomes law, it will interfere with the ability of states and their residents to determine the qualifications and eligibility of voters, to ensure the accuracy and validity of voter registration rolls, to secure the integrity of elections, and to participate and speak freely in the political arena.  

HR 1 is an 800-page monstrosity that would usurp the role of the states. It would not only eliminate basic safety protocols, but mandate new, reckless rules and procedures. 

Here are the eight worst provisions of this ill-considered bill: 

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1) It would eviscerate state voter ID laws that require a voter to authenticate his or her identity. Indeed, it would force states to allow anyone to vote who simply signs a form saying that they are who they claim they are. 

When combined with the mandate that states implement same-day voter registration, it means I could walk into any polling place on Election Day, register under the name John Smith, sign a form claiming I really am John Smith, cast a ballot, and walk out. 

Not only would election officials have no way of preventing that or verifying that I am not really John Smith, I could repeat this at as many polling places as I can get to. 

2) It would make absentee ballots even more insecure than they already are. Not only could states not apply any ID requirement to absentee ballots, they could not enforce any witness signature or notarization requirement.

States that wisely ban candidates, campaign staffers, party activists, and political operatives from handling or delivering absentee ballots would see that ban voided. HR 1 would require states to give access to absentee ballots to third-party strangers who may have a stake in the outcome of the election.

All states also have to create permanent absentee ballot lists for anyone who wants to vote entirely by mail in all elections and mail absentee ballot request forms to all registered voters, a real problem given how inaccurate state voter registration rolls are. 

3) It would worsen the problem of inaccurate registration rolls, which are full of people who have died, moved away, are ineligible felons or noncitizens, or are registered more than once. HR 1 severely restricts the ability of states to take the basic steps necessary to maintain the accuracy of their voter rolls, such as comparing their lists with those of other states or using the U.S. Postal Service’s National Change of Address System to find individuals who have moved.  

4) It would take away your ability to decide whether you want to register to vote. Instead, it requires states to automatically register individuals who interact with state agencies such as the Department of Motor Vehicles and welfare offices, as well as numerous federal agencies. 

This will not only lead to multiple registrations of individuals in the same and multiple states but the registration of aliens and other ineligible individuals. 

5) It would force states to allow online registration, opening up the voter registration system to massive fraud by hackers and cybercriminals. Worse, it severely restricts the ability of state officials to reject a voter registration application, even when it is rejected because the official thinks the individual is ineligible to vote. 

6) It imposes onerous new regulatory restrictions on political speech and activity, including online and policy-related speech, by candidates, citizens, civic groups, unions, corporations, and nonprofit organizations. The disclosure provisions that apply to membership organizations like the National Rifle Association, Citizens for Life, and other organizations that Americans of all political stripes join to multiply their voices on important issues will subject donors to intimidation and harassment.

It is the modern equivalent of the donor disclosure requirements that state governments tried to impose on civil rights organizations in the 1950s—requirements the Supreme Court deemed unconstitutional.  

7) It would authorize the IRS to investigate and consider the political and policy positions of nonprofit organizations when they apply for tax-exempt status. This would enable the political party in control of the White House (and thus the IRS) to use the IRS to go after anyone criticizing it or its policies.

8) It would set up a public funding program for candidates running for Congress. This would force taxpayers to subsidize the political campaigns of individuals they may vehemently disagree with and wouldn’t vote for in a million years. 

Senators who support HR 1 should realize that they are essentially in favor of throwing the validity and credibility of future elections in doubt and taking away the authority of the voters of their states to make their own decisions on how their elections should be run.  

How much more anti-democratic can you get? 

This column first appeared at FoxNews.com.

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HR1: For the People or For the Politicians?—David Keating

on How HR1 Curtails Free Speech

Last week, the U.S. House of Representatives approved HR1, the Democrats’ sweeping election reform package. While many have focused on how the bill changes voting and voter registration, the bill also has major implications for free speech—which have largely gone unnoticed. Critics of the bill say that the disclosure rules open the door for intimidation and harassment of Americans for their political beliefs. Some also say that it subsidizes political campaigning with taxpayer money and thrusts piles of paperwork upon Americans who want to criticize elected officials. To find out what’s really hidden in the weeds of this nearly 800-page bill, I decided to sit down with David Keating, president of the Institute for Free Speech. “It says ‘For the People Act,’ but… a more accurate title would be ‘For the Politicians Act,’” Keating argues. 👉Read Epoch Times' reporter Masooma Haq's in-depth breakdown of HR1: https://www.theepochtimes.com/key-thi... #davidkeating #hr1 #1stAmendment