On Monday, ICE raided the home of a 95-year-old man suspected of being the last known Nazi collaborator living in the U.S., and deported him to Germany after placing him under arrest. The man, Jakiw Palij, had been living in the Jackson Heights section of Queens, NY for the past 13 years — according to ABC News. In 2005, a judge revoked Palij’s citizenship and ordered that he be deported. Palij is suspected of having worked at the Treblinka death camp — at which which 6,000 prisoners were killed on a single day in 1943. The move was ordered by President Donald Trump, and the Continue reading "WATCH: ICE Arrests Last Suspected Nazi Collaborator, Wheels Him from Home to Deport Him to Germany"
.@ABC EXCLUSIVE: The last Nazi collaborator deported — ABC News was there as ICE agents wheeled 95 year old Jakiw Palij from his New York home: https://t.co/OmHJYmyw5V@tarapalmeri reports. pic.twitter.com/2SDW3tzgvY— Good Morning America (@GMA) August 21, 2018
“I’ve decided to stay out. Now, I don’t have to stay out, as you know. I can go in and I could… do whatever, I could run it if I want.”Yes, the president is now on the record saying he could lead an investigation into himself. That concept did not sit well with Ali Velshi — who relayed the president’s remarks on MSNBC Monday night while sitting in for Ari Melber on The Beat. “If the president is talking about the exercise of king-like powers, he’s just crossed a line here and said ‘I could run the investigation into myself if I wanted to,'” Velshi said. “That sends a chill down our Republican spines.” Ultimately, the MSNBC host questioned whether the comment was ultimately meant to Continue reading "MSNBC’s Ali Velshi Tears Into Trump For Saying He Could Run Mueller Probe: That’s ‘King-Like’ Power"
Our community is 50% immigrant. Folks are victims of DV, trafficking, + have personal medical issues.This town hall was designed for residents to feel safe discussing sensitive issues in a threatening political time. We indicated previously that it would be closed to press. — Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez (@Ocasio2018) August 17, 2018
Sen. Brian Schatz (D-HI) introduced the resolution on the Senate floor “We can’t let statements by the president declaring that the press is the enemy of the people go unchallenged,” Continue reading "Senate Unanimously Passes Resolution Condemning Media Attacks: ‘The Press is Not the Enemy of the People’"
JUST IN: US Senate passes resolution with unanimous consent by voice vote that “affirms that the press is not the enemy of the people” and “reaffirms the vital and indispensable role that the free press serves” and “condemns the attacks on the institution of the free press.” pic.twitter.com/uK8DvhsXie— NBC Politics (@NBCPolitics) August 16, 2018