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Exclusive: Trump to sign a “merit-based” immigration executive order that would include a path to citizenship for DACA recipients-

The president said in an exclusive interview that the Supreme Court decision on DACA gave him “tremendous powers” to “sign a bill as an executive order” that would have sweeping implications on the nation’s immigration system.

 

https://www.telemundo.com/noticias/2020/07/10/exclusive-trump-sign-merit-based-immigration-executive-order-would-include-path-tmvo9506039?fdfdf

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The U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement is launching a class for private citizens
 
on how to arrest undocumented immigrants. The course will train *non-agents in firearms* and how to make “targeted arrests.”
 

ICE is offering a six-week course on how to arrest immigrants - including 'firearms and defensive training' - as critics warns they are using private citizens as their eyes and ears

  • ICE introduced a six-week course for private citizens, starting September 15  
  • Participants will received 'scenario-based training' and learn about 'defensive tactics, firearms familiarization, and targeted arrests'
  • The St. Louis Inter-Faith Committee for Latin America told DailyMail.com that the program will drive white citizens to incite violence against immigrants
  • Chicago Congressman Jesús 'Chuy' García wonders if the course is part of ICE's plan to have neighbors spy on neighbors to see if they're undocumented

https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-8503219/ICE-offer-class-Chicago-undocumented-immigrants-detained-removed-U-S.html

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1 minute ago, mr6666 said:

‘Like an Experimental Concentration Camp’:

Whistleblower Complaint Alleges Mass Hysterectomies at ICE Detention Center

https://lawandcrime.com/high-profile/like-an-experimental-concentration-camp-whistleblower-complaint-alleges-mass-hysterectomies-at-ice-detention-center/

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Here is the complaint that this story is about that was submitted to the OIG
 
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On 9/15/2020 at 7:55 PM, mr6666 said:

‘Like an Experimental Concentration Camp’:

Whistleblower Complaint Alleges Mass Hysterectomies at ICE Detention Center

https://lawandcrime.com/high-profile/like-an-experimental-concentration-camp-whistleblower-complaint-alleges-mass-hysterectomies-at-ice-detention-center/

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Democrats to investigate forced surgery claims in Georgia

“If true, the appalling conditions described in the whistleblower complaint – including allegations of mass hysterectomies being performed on vulnerable immigrant women – are a staggering abuse of human rights,” House Speaker Nancy Pelosi, a California Democrat, said in a statement.

Rep. Bennie Thompson, a Mississippi Democrat who chairs the House Homeland Security Committee, said the panel is conducting an ongoing investigation about the conditions at ICE contractor facilities “and will be examining these new and incredibly serious allegations.”.........

https://wgxa.tv/news/nation-world/democrats-to-investigate-forced-surgery-claims-in-georgia

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On 9/16/2020 at 8:00 PM, mr6666 said:

Democrats to investigate forced surgery claims in Georgia

“If true, the appalling conditions described in the whistleblower complaint – including allegations of mass hysterectomies being performed on vulnerable immigrant women – are a staggering abuse of human rights,” House Speaker Nancy Pelosi, a California Democrat, said in a statement.

Rep. Bennie Thompson, a Mississippi Democrat who chairs the House Homeland Security Committee, said the panel is conducting an ongoing investigation about the conditions at ICE contractor facilities “and will be examining these new and incredibly serious allegations.”.........

https://wgxa.tv/news/nation-world/democrats-to-investigate-forced-surgery-claims-in-georgia

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ICE Hysterectomy Doctor Wasn’t Even a

Board-Certified OB-GYN

 

Dr. Mahendra Amin has been accused of performing unnecessary uterus removals on detained immigrants.

https://www.thedailybeast.com/ice-hysterectomy-doctor-wasnt-even-a-board-certified-ob-gyn?source=twitter&via=desktop

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15 minutes ago, mr6666 said:

 

Hopefully that 11 million is just a starting point.    That is way too many undeserving illegal immigrants.    Grant visas and a pathway for around 6 million and tell the other 5 million they need to self-deport. 

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On 2/15/2021 at 8:17 PM, jamesjazzguitar said:

Hopefully that 11 million is just a starting point.    That is way too many undeserving illegal immigrants.    Grant visas and a pathway for around 6 million and tell the other 5 million they need to self-deport. 

About a year ago I had some damage to my house when a tree blew over.  BIG tree.  Fortunately no structural damage, but lot of cosmetic type damage.  Portico, porch, columns, walkway, pad for steps, driveway, roof, gutters & covers and so forth.  Lot of different sub-contractors came to do repairs.  Generally speaking, if they were white, they were mediocre or worse or they had Hispanics to do the actual work.  Two jobs had to be completely re-done by Hispanics because the white guys did terrible work.  Hispanics did great jobs, showed up on time and worked hard to get jobs done.   Have had same experience with other home repairs over the years.

Have no idea whether they were legal or illegal as I did not hire them.

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59 minutes ago, ElCid said:

About a year ago I had some damage to my house when a tree blew over.  BIG tree.  Fortunately no structural damage, but lot of cosmetic type damage.  Portico, porch, columns, walkway, pad for steps, driveway, roof, gutters & covers and so forth.  Lot of different sub-contractors came to do repairs.  Generally speaking, if they were white, they were mediocre or worse or they had Hispanics to do the actual work.  Two jobs had to be completely re-done by Hispanics because the white guys did terrible work.  Hispanics did great jobs, showed up on time and worked hard to get jobs done.   Have had same experience with other home repairs over the years.

Have no idea whether they were legal or illegal as I did not hire them.

My wife is the director of a property management company and thus overseas the janitor services for around 50 or so office buildings (anything up to 5 stories).  

The janitor are employees of the company;   They have tried to hire non Hispanics to perform the work but the vast majority of these folks have failed;  e.g. don't show up to work,  quit after a week or so,   do a really poor job etc...    So yea based on her experience the last 20 years,  the Hispanics are clearly the better workers.    

If an employer is willing to sponsor an undocumented immigrant then that person should get a work visa and after a while a pathways to citizenship,  but only when the unemployment rate in the county is,  say,  < 5%.      These type of individuals would be part of the 6 million or so that should be allowed to get a work visa and remain in the USA. 

 

 

 

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17 hours ago, jamesjazzguitar said:

My wife is the director of a property management company and thus overseas the janitor services for around 50 or so office buildings (anything up to 5 stories).  

The janitor are employees of the company;   They have tried to hire non Hispanics to perform the work but the vast majority of these folks have failed;  e.g. don't show up to work,  quit after a week or so,   do a really poor job etc...    So yea based on her experience the last 20 years,  the Hispanics are clearly the better workers.    

If an employer is willing to sponsor an undocumented immigrant then that person should get a work visa and after a while a pathways to citizenship,  but only when the unemployment rate in the county is,  say,  < 5%.      These type of individuals would be part of the 6 million or so that should be allowed to get a work visa and remain in the USA. 

 

 

 

Never thought much of using the unemployment rate in this scenario.  It is about people not wanting to do the job, not there not being people to do it.  Much larger problem in America (and probably elsewhere).

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