Showing posts from March, 2018

Trump Announces Temporary Memorial For Victims Of Opioid-abuse

Trump Announces Temporary Memorial For Victims Of Opioid-abuse
On Tuesday President Donald Trump wrote on Twitter that he is "very pleased" that his administration will host a temporary memorial for the victims of opioid abuse next month on the Ellipse just outside the White House.

Below is what Trump had to say...

“I am very pleased to welcome the opioid memorial to the President’s Park in April. I encourage all to visit and remember those who we have lost to this deadly epidemic,” Trump wrote on Twitter, linking to a post from the official White House account. “We will keep fighting until we defeat the opioid crisis!”

The President has put combating opioid abuse at the center of his domestic agenda, traveling to New Hampshire — a state especially hard-hit by opioid abuse — earlier this month and announcing a set of administration proposals for combating addiction. Controversially, Trump has suggested imposing the death penalty for certain drug dealers and preventing t…

Democrat Mayor Delayed A Raid That Caught Convicted Violent Criminals Who Are Illegal Immigrants

Democrat Mayor Derailed That Caught Violent Criminals Who Are Illegal Immigrants
A raid by federal immigration officials which was a little delayed by a Democrat mayor in North Carolina, was greatly successful as lots of violent criminals who are illegal immigrants convicted of a variety of serious and violent crimes were caught, the past week. Before the raid was conducted, the mayor of Oakland sounded the alarm which resulted in the raid being delayed for a short while.

Immigrations and Customs Enforcement (ICE) officials announced this week that the four-day raid led to the arrest of 232 illegal immigrants in the San Francisco Bay Area.

Of those 232, 180 “were either convicted criminals, had been issued a final order of removal and failed to depart the United States, or had been previously removed” from the country and had come back illegally.

Another 115 “had prior felony convictions for serious or violent offenses.”

The numbers might have been greater, but for the interventi…