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Yesterday Twitter rejected four Center for Immigration Studies tweets for use in the Center’s Twitter Ads campaign, alleging hateful content. (Several others were approved.) All four tweets use the statutory phrases “illegal alien” or “criminal alien”, and all of the tweets referenced law enforcement, either at the border or in the interior. One of the tweets contained a powerful Daily Caller video showing illegal aliens in camouflage carrying large backpacks across the border unimpeded. [Read More]
A video recorded by Google shortly after the 2016 presidential election reveals an atmosphere of panic and dismay amongst the tech giant’s leadership, coupled with a determination to thwart both the Trump agenda and the broader populist movement emerging around the globe.
The video is a full recording of Google’s first all-hands meeting following the 2016 election (these weekly meetings are known inside the company as “TGIF” or “Thank God It’s Friday” meetings). Sent to Breitbart News by an anonymous source, it features co-founders Larry Page and Sergey Brin, VPs Kent Walker and Eileen Naughton, CFO Ruth Porat, and CEO Sundar Pichai. It can be watched in full above. It can and should be watched in full above in order to get the full context of the meeting and the statements made.
It was reported earlier this week that Google tried to boost turnout among the Latino population to help Hillary Clinton, only to be dismayed as the usually solid Democratic voting bloc switched to the GOP in record numbers. This video shows a similar level of dismay among Google’s most high-profile figures. [Read More]
Cardinal Donald Wuerl will ask Pope Francis to accept his resignation in light of the ongoing Catholic Church sex abuse scandal, the Archdiocese of Washington has confirmed.
This comes after a Pennsylvania grand jury report released last month stated that hundreds of priests in Pennsylvania sexually abused more than 1,000 children while also alleging that Wuerl and other senior church leaders conducted a “systematic cover-up.” Wuerl was the head of Pittsburgh’s diocese from 1988 to 2006.
Wuerl, who is now Washington’s archbishop, sent a letter to priests on Tuesday saying that he plans to travel to Rome to meet with Pope Francis in the near future to discuss the resignation letter he submitted nearly three years ago. At the time, Wuerl had turned 75 years old, which is the customary retirement age in the church despite calls from many for him to step down. [Read More]
A Virginia city official says residents have reported that people in fluorescent vests are going door-to-door and trying to get residents to evacuate their homes and businesses.
Norfolk spokeswoman Lori Crouch tells The Virginian-Pilot that reports started Tuesday of people trying to force residents to leave an area under a mandatory evacuation order from the state. Crouch says these people aren’t city employees, and the city would not force people to evacuate as it’s “a personal decision.” [Read More]
President Trump’s allies in Congress and the media have long wondered why he doesn’t declassify documents withheld by the Department of Justice that could vindicate him in the Russia probe. What’s stopping him from exercising his constitutional authority, they ask? Doesn’t he recognize the growing danger of inaction with the midterm elections at hand, which could spell his impeachment if he loses his Republican congressional majority?
RealClearInvestigations sought insight into the president’s thinking from current and past senior U.S. officials, most of whom spoke only on condition of anonymity. The picture of Trump that emerges plays against type. [Read More]
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