Tuesday, December 18, 2018

Italian Migrant Crackdown: Expulsions up, Squatter Camps Cleared

By Reader-Researcher R.C.
Tue, Dec 18, 2018 5:15 p.m.

Italian Migrant Crackdown: Expulsions up, Squatter Camps Cleared


Anonymous said...


WASHINGTON (AP) — The Senate passed a sweeping criminal justice bill Tuesday that addresses concerns that the nation’s war on drugs had led to the imprisonment of too many Americans for non-violent crimes without adequately preparing them for their return to society.(GRA:Non-violent?Causing addiction,overdose deaths and associated crime,caused by addicts with a need for more drugs,is non-violent?What a fu*ked up bill).

Senate passage of the bill by a vote of 87-12 culminates years of negotiations and gives President Donald Trump a signature policy victory, with the outcome hailed by scores of conservative and liberal advocacy groups. The House is expected to pass the bill this week, sending it to the president’s desk for his signature.

The bill gives judges more discretion when sentencing some drug offenders and boosts prisoner rehabilitation efforts. It also reduces the life sentence for some drug offenders with three convictions, or “three strikes,” to 25 years. Another provision would allow about 2,600 federal prisoners sentenced for crack cocaine offenses before August 2010 the opportunity to petition for a reduced penalty.

“America is the greatest Country in the world and my job is to fight for ALL citizens, even those who have made mistakes,” Trump tweeted moments after the vote.

“This will keep our communities safer, and provide hope and a second chance, to those who earn it. In addition to everything else, billions of dollars will be saved. I look forward to signing this into law!” Trump added.
(GRA:Our law and order President).

The vote also thrilled Democrats. Sen. Cory Booker, D-N.J., said the nation’s prisons are full of Americans who are struggling with mental illness and addiction, and who are overwhelmingly poor.(GRA:The system can't handle what's out here now.Lets release 59,000 more).He said the nation’s criminal justice system “feeds on certain communities and not on others,” and said the bill represents a step toward “healing” for those communities.
(GRA:This will ultimately fall on whitey.Our tax dollars,our neighborhoods and our lives will all be destroyed by this bill).

“Let’s make no mistake, this legislation, which is one small step, will affect thousands and thousands of lives,” Booker said.
GRA:Hannity told us this would happen.I'm glad I cancelled FOX so I don't have to hear him telling his audience,"what a great achievement this is,"F---you Hannity and FOX.
--GR Anonymous

Anonymous said...

(Zerohedge)While Democrats won't agree to give Trump $5 billion for his border wall, the United States on Tuesday pledged over $10 billion in aid to Central America and Mexico, according to AP.

$5.8 billion will go to Central American countries to strengthen government and economic development, while $4.8 billion will go towards development aid for southern Mexico - which we're sure won't be misappropriated into a giant slush fund.

The U.S aid aims to promote better security conditions and job opportunities as part of a regional plan to allow Central Americans to remain in their countries and not have to emigrate.

The plan was announced in a joint U.S.-Mexican statement released by the State Department and read aloud by the Mexican Foreign Relations Secretary.
GRA:Next,they'll be calling him,"No borders Trump".
--GR Anonymous

Anonymous said...

Salvini. Asked the crowd to say the Rosary with him. when was the last time you heard any official ask you to pray with him. Bill Clinton maybe? Sure.