A preliminary injunction has been put in place by a federal judge to stop Biden’s administration from narrowing the categories under which border agents can arrest and deport illegal immigrants.
“America First Legal has been working in close partnership with Texas, Louisiana, and states around the country in litigation against many of the Biden administration’s radical immigration policies, including the anti-ICE memos that free criminal illegal aliens en masse,” AFL President Stephen Miller, a former senior official in the Trump administration, wrote in a statement.
A new study in the UK has found the efficacy of the Covid vaccines was less for the new delta variant. The delta variant is quickly becoming the most prevalent strain of the virus. However, the study still showed the vaccines are able to stave off the majority of the infections.
The Federal Trade Commission has filed a new complaint against Facebook. They claim the social media giant’s takeover of Instagram and What’s App broke anti-trust laws, as they eliminated them as competitors.
President Biden has called for extra unemployment benefits to expire as scheduled. However, he urged local state governments to use Covid relief funds to help where needed.
“There are some states where it may make sense for unemployed workers to continue receiving additional assistance for a longer period of time, allowing residents of those states more time to find a job in areas where unemployment remains high,” Treasury Secretary Janet Yellen and Labor Secretary Marty Walsh wrote. “The delta variant may also pose short-term challenges to local economies and labor markets.”
As Afghan forces fled before the Taliban, they left behind billions of dollars worth of US equipment. The US government had been training and equipping the Afghan army. As lately as last month, Afghan soldiers posed alongside new US helicopters.
“They’ll continue to see a steady drumbeat of that kind of support, going forward,” U.S. Defence Secretary Lloyd Austin told reporters.
It is now believed all the equipment that was not destroyed, is now in the hands of the Taliban.
Many have called into question why big tech are failing to censor terror groups like the Taliban, whilst President Trump is still banned from Twitter, and right-leaning groups in the U.S. see their accounts censored.
Zabihullah Mujahid, spokesman for the Taliban, has tweeted regular updates of their march to Kabul, with his tweets being referenced by numerous major news outlets.
However, Trump was permanently suspended from Twitter in January. Even CNN reporter Donie O’Sullivan, tweeted Tuesday, “The former President of the United States is banned from Twitter but the Taliban is not.”
T-Mobile are probing the claim that hackers obtained the personal data of 100 million customers. If the claims are true, then this would mean all of T-mobiles customers would be affected by the breach.
“We are aware of claims made in an underground forum and have been actively investigating their validity. We do not have any additional information to share at this time,” a T-Mobile spokesperson said in a statement.
After President Biden pulls out the US troops the Taliban have taken control of the country. Chaotic scenes unfolded as Afghans tried to flee the Taliban.
Biden has stood by his decision to pull the troops out, despite widespread condemnation. Veterans have questioned what their legacy is after years of conflict; with grieving families of dead servicemen wondering if their sacrifice was for nothing.
The World Economic Forum has released video showing what the world will look like after the Great Reset. They predict a world where robots will replace people in manual, unskilled, repetitive work. They used the term “Human Robots” to describe how that type of work looks.
Stuart Russell of the University of California, Berkeley said in the video: “We’re getting past the last 10,000 years where we’ve used humans, by and large, engaging only a tiny fraction of human abilities and forcing people into repetitive, tedious dead-end work for the most part.”
New York City has mandated that businesses must see proof of vaccination from patrons. Restaurants, gyms, and other indoor establishments will require people to be vaccinated before entering.
The Democrat mayor has hinted that more severe measures against the unvaccinated are forthcoming.
“We’ve got to shake people at this point and say, ‘Come on now.’ We tried voluntary. We could not have been more kind and compassionate. Free testing, everywhere you turn, incentives, friendly, warm embrace. The voluntary phase is over,” he said during an appearance on MSNBC last week.
“It’s time for mandates, because it’s the only way to protect our people,” he added, doubling down during Monday’s press briefing.
“More and more, there’s going to be a reality where, if you’re vaccinated, a world of opportunity opens up to you. If you’re not vaccinated, there’s going to be more and more things you can’t do,” de Blasio warned.
“I say that to say, ‘go get vaccinated, so you can fully participate in the life of this city,’ because that’s where things are going,” he added.