BORDER PATROL: Stories that don’t make the Slime Stream Media – On Aug 15, 2019, U.S. Border Patrol agents saved the lives of 28 illegal immigrants from Honduras, including 14 children ranging from 8 months to 17 years of age. Human smugglers had left the group stranded in high-current waters of the Rio Grande.
“These individuals found themselves in a life-threatening situation, which is unfortunate and far too common as smugglers continue to show no empathy for people they attempt to cross illegally into the United States,” Del Rio Sector Chief Patrol Agent Raul Ortiz said. “Had our agents not been there to provide rescue efforts, the situation could have ended in tragedy.”
BORDER: The numbers of large migrant groups is way, way down [2:10] – Mexico and Central America are being credited with helping stem apprehensions at the U.S. border.
ISIS: Afghanistan [2:42] – Fox News Update.
BORDER: Tecate, CA [2:53] – They’re building four miles of 30-foot-high bollard fence to replace an old, 8-foot-high, now-dilapidated, landing-plate fence.
ANTIFA: Portland’s entire police force was inadequate to prevent Antifa’s violence [5:26] – They need to be declared an “organization of terror.” They are certainly NOT “an anti-fascist organization.”
EPSTEIN: Judge J says the “suicide” ruling is premature [3:22].
HYPOCRISY: Free press for me, but not for thee – April Ryan has been a White House correspondent since 1997. In 2017, she joined CNN as a political analyst and was named “Journalist of the Year” by the National Association of Black Journalists. She has been an outspoken critic of President Trump’s treatment of the press.
In August 2018, she claimed that Trump’s administration is “putting a target on our heads because we are asking questions maybe they don’t like.” She even wrote the book Under Fire: Reporting from the front lines of the Trump White House.
Recently, she spoke at a function in New Jersey. Journalist Charlie Kratovil received permission to cover the event. When he arrived at the hotel, he checked in and recorded other speakers for two hours without issue.
Then, April Ryan took the podium and told her body guard, Joel Morris, to remove Kratovil, telling her audience, “I don’t have news covering my speeches.”
Kratovil has filed a criminal complaint against Morris for harassment, assault and theft. He says Morris took his camera and shoved his arm behind his back, injuring his forearm and shoulder. The harassment and theft charges stem from Morris taking the camera, according to the complaint.
Kratovil says, “That camera is worth more than my car. I was able to retrieve it but was not able to avoid being attacked by this guy.”
PRAGER U vs. YOUTUBE: Free speech is in jeopardy [5:50] – Prager U is fighting back with a lawsuit against YouTube and its parent company, Google. The real winner (or loser) will be the American public.
In this video, Attorney Eric George, who is representing PragerU, lays out our case. It’s about publishers, which have the right to limit content, vs. public forums, which do not. YouTube, by LAW, is a public forum. It has NO right to censor anyone’s content.
If YouTube censors this video, you can view it here: https://www.prageru.com/video/prageru-v-youtube/
MASS SHOOTINGS AVERTED: Thanks to tips from the public [7:51] – Authorities this weekend announced they foiled three potential mass shootings after arresting three young men in different states who expressed interest in or threatened to carry them out. The cases were unrelated.
SCHOLARSHIP FOR PREGNANT WOMEN: Ashley Bratcher, the actress who played Abby Johnson in the pro-life movie “Unplanned”, has established a scholarship for pregnant women.
“I wanted to be a part of empowering mothers to chase their dreams and to provide a means for those who choose life to continue their educations.”
You can donate here: https://www.unplannedmoviescholarship.com/
JUSTICE: Planned Parenthood loses – An Arizona jury awarded whistle blower Mayra Rodriguez $3 million in damages for having been wrongfully terminated by Planned Parenthood. The abortion giant fired Rodriguez for repeatedly reporting an abortionist she believed was endangering patients.
The former Planned Parenthood Employee of the Year approached And Then There Were None, a ministry started by Abby Johnson that has helped over 525 abortion workers leave the industry. Both Rodriguez and Johnson said they initially joined Planned Parenthood to help women, but discovered the company actually hurts them.
Rodriguez is on the right in the photo with then-president of Planned Parenthood, Cecile Richards. Rodriguez worked for the organization for 17 years and, at one time, managed 3 different clinics.
DEMOCRATS SUCK: Chirlane McCray, wife of New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio, called for a public vote on the names of women that the city should recognize with a statue in a “She Built NYC” program.
The “She Built NYC” project began last summer as an attempt by McCray to balance the male-female ratio of statues of eminent New Yorkers.
The #1 choice of the New Yorkers who voted was Mother Frances Xavier Cabrini who led the Missionary Sisters of the Sacred Heart of Jesus in establishing and operating schools, hospitals, and orphanages for the thousands of immigrants in New York. She was canonized a saint by Pope Pius XII in 1946. And in 1950, she was named Patroness of Immigrants.
Despite having called for the vote, Mayor de Blasio’s “better half” decided to ignore Mother Cabrini, whose work in New York City began in 1889 and continues to this day. Instead, she decided the “women” who would best help “balance the male-female mix of statues of eminent New Yorkers” would be two biological males who liked to dress up as women and sell themselves on the streets.
In 1970, drag queens “Sylvia” Rivera and “Marsha” Johnson founded Street Transvestite Action Revolutionaries (STAR), a gay, gender non-conforming and transgender street activist organization. STAR also provided housing and support to homeless queer youth and sex workers in Lower Manhattan. Rivera and Johnson were the “mothers” of the household, and funded the organization largely through sex work.
The work of the Missionary Sisters of the Sacred Heart of Jesus continues to this day. STAR folded in 1973.
THE OLDEST LIBRARY IN THE WORLD: The library at the Egyptian monastery of St. Catherine at Mount Sinai has been in continuous operation since it was founded in the 6th century.
Due to the number and value of its books, it is the second richest library in the world.
Tradition claims the main altar of the monastery is built on the spot where the Burning Bush first addressed Moses.