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Lawsuit Filed After Failed Deportation Flight To Somalia
Detainees allege they were subjected to inhumane and deplorable conditions on a stalled airplane, Mary McGuire reports (2:08). WCCO 4 News At Noon – Dec. 20, 2017.
By Eric London in the USA:
Campaign rally in North Carolina
Trump praises Democratic Party, denounces congresswomen as a crowd howls, “Send her back!”
18 July 2019
Donald Trump unleashed a fascistic diatribe against socialism last night as his supporters howled threats aimed at four Democratic congresswomen during a campaign rally in Greenville, North Carolina.
Supporters chanted “send her back!”
This tweet shows the reaction by the American Jewish Committee.
as Trump attacked Minnesota Congresswoman Ilhan Omar, who he said “smeared US service members involved in Blackhawk Down” [US invasion of Somalia. Ms Omar fled the war in Somalia as a child], “minimized the September 11 attacks” and lent support to Al Qaeda.
Referring to Omar, Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, Rashida Tlaib and Ayanna Pressley, Trump denounced “left-wing extremists who reject everything our nation stands for.” Trump attacked the representatives as “socialists” who “hate our country” and “want to demolish our constitution, weaken our military and eliminate the values that built this magnificent country.” The attack was a thinly veiled appeal to violence.
The president repeated his assertion that all who criticize the government “are welcome to leave. If they don’t love America, tell ‘em to leave it”, he said.
Trump attacked Ocasio-Cortez in blatantly racist terms. Referring to her only as “Cortez”, Trump laughed, “I don’t have time to go with three different names, it takes too much time” to roars of applause from the crowd. Aside from their first name, people of Hispanic descent traditionally use two surnames, the family name of both their father and mother.
Trump also attacked anti-Trump demonstrators, asserting that they are “sick, bad people.” Referring to “Antifa” protestors like those who clashed with neo-Nazi gangs in Charlottesville, Virginia in 2017, Trump said “these are bad people. They don’t get the bad press.”
Though Trump refused to criticize the fascist mob that killed 32-year-old anti-Trump protestor Heather Heyer in Charlottesville, he said anti-Nazi protesters are “very evil, hitting people over the head with sticks, bats even. They always show up in the masks. They go home to mom and dad. They always attack people who can’t defend themselves, but they’re not attacking this group”, Trump added, insinuating that the crowd would physically attack protesters.
In fact, the first words out of his mouth when he took the stage included praise for those Democrats who voted against impeachment. He explicitly said his denunciations excluded “all those Democrats who voted for us today.”
Trump was referring to the majority of House Democrats who voted against an impeachment resolution introduced by Texas Democrat Al Green. “They’re fine,” he said in reference to the 137 Democrats who voted to table the measure. “You know, if you lose to them, it’s ok, it’s different, it’s called normal political back and forth.”
The impeachment vote took place as the Democratic Party appealed to Trump even as the latter delivered his rant in North Carolina. Journalist Scott Wong tweeted that Pelosi said at an afternoon press conference, “She is not calling Trump a racist, she is calling Trump’s words racist.”
Democrats rushed to announce their willingness to work with Trump on addressing the debt ceiling, which expires in September. Politico wrote yesterday, “The toxic relationship between Trump and the opposition continues to hit new lows, but that’s not stopping Speaker Nancy Pelosi and her party from working with him to avert fiscal calamity and maybe even land his signature trade deal later this fall.”
Politico made clear that Democrats’ wish to work with Trump out of fear that budget cuts would slash “defense programs by billions of dollars—a scenario that Democrats are loath to let happen.”
[Democratic] Senator Richard Blumenthal added, “Everybody knows we have to do a budget, we have to raise the debt ceiling. What makes it really difficult is not so much the tweets but the unpredictability and irrationality of the White House and his inability to keep it in.”
As Trump praised Democrats for their cooperation, the Pentagon announced the deployment of an additional 2,100 soldiers to the US-Mexico border yesterday. The deployment, which will include 1,100 active-duty soldiers and 1,000 members of the Texas National Guard, brings the total deployed at the border to 6,600.
A military official noted that the soldiers will guard the concentration camps, providing “operational, logistical and administrative support.”
In his North Carolina speech, Trump denounced “extremist” claims that Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) and Customs and Border Protection (CBP) agents are “Nazis” who are guarding “concentration camps”. Trump asserted that the detainees are so desperate and impoverished that they are happy to be detained: “They have water, they have air conditioning, they have things they’ve never seen.”
This 17 July 2019 video from the USA says about itself:
Why is ICE Locking Up American Citizens?
The Eric London article continues:
Trump praised ICE, saying they raid “nests” where immigrants live. He referred to gang members as “savage beasts”, adding, “I don’t think they’re human beings.”
The political crisis is accelerating the breakdown of whatever remains of “democratic” forms of rule within the halls of power.
Minutes after Democrats voted against impeachment, they voted to hold Trump’s Attorney General William Barr and Commerce Secretary Wilbur Ross in contempt of congress for refusing subpoenas demanding they appear to explain the decision to require a citizenship question on the 2020 census.
An unprecedented number of Trump administration officials have refused congressional subpoenas, effectively barring congress’s oversight power. If Barr and Ross refuse to cooperate with impending court proceedings, Congress would have the power to arrest the officials and to detain them on Capitol Hill.
In addition, Missouri Democrat Emanuel Cleaver stormed off the House speaker’s chair during congressional debate Tuesday night over whether Pelosi’s reference to Trump’s recent tweets as “racist” violated parliamentary procedure.
When fellow Democrats urged Cleaver to violate a quasi-formal tradition barring representatives from “insulting” the president, Cleaver threw down the gavel to the sound of audible gasps from the house floor. Democratic House Majority Leader Steny Hoyer then took up the gavel and ruled that Pelosi was, in fact, out of order. Hoyer later explained that his decision was based on a 200-year-old rule that derives from the 18th century British principle that attacking the executive is an act of “criminal sedition.”
This 17 July 2019 video from the USA is called Trump’s Racist Rhetoric is Deliberate – Will it Lead Us to Fascism?
TRUMP RENEWS HATE ATTACK President Donald Trump renewed his attacks on four freshman Democrats in Congress, all women of color, saying at a North Carolina rally that “if they don’t like” America, “let them leave.” [HuffPost]
ILHAN OMAR PROMISES TO ‘RISE’ IN THE FACE OF HATE As Trump supporters chanted to “send” U.S. citizen and congresswoman Ilhan Omar “back” to where she came from, the Democrat from Minnesota quoted a poem by civil rights activist Maya Angelou: “You may kill me with your hatefulness,” Omar wrote in a tweet. “But still, like air, I’ll rise.” [HuffPost]
TRUMP RIPS REP. ILHAN OMAR AS ‘FRAUD’ AND ‘DISGRACE’ DURING RALLY IN HER DISTRICT President Donald Trump promised supporters at a Minneapolis rally he’ll stop Somali refugees from coming into the country. Minneapolis has one of the largest U.S. populations of Somali refugees. [HuffPost]
TRUMP’S UNINTENDED ICE TIP-OFF On Friday, Trump announced that mass raids targeting roughly 2,000 undocumented families in 10 cities would begin that weekend. Government officials almost never publicize raids in advance, and Trump’s push for deportations gave undocumented people, lawyers and activists the time to mobilize in an unprecedented way. [HuffPost]