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Trump COVID official says ‘if you aren’t vaccinated you will get the Delta variant’

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By Jenny Goldsberry

Former President Trump’s COVID-19 official Brett Giroir appeared on Fox News Thursday to warn that the unvaccinated are bound to catch the Delta variant of the virus. He claims that not “even natural immunity will not protect you against Delta.”

“If you have not been vaccinated and you have not had Covid before, you will get the Delta variant,” Grioir said. “This is so infectious that you will get it. If you have had Covid before, we don’t know exactly but it’s looking like prior immunity is not so good against Delta and I’m really concerned that the evidence is mounting that even natural immunity will not protect you against Delta.”

The variant began in India months ago. Since then, it’s become the most prevalent in active COVID-19 cases according to the Center for Disease Control. It’s likely because it is the most transmissible of all the variants.

Because Delta has been affecting the unvaccinated the most, some have suspected that the recent spike is the end of the virus entirely. However, Giroir says this isn’t likely to end soon. “Vaccination limits viral multiplication and thus the chances for new variants to arise,” he tweeted.

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Sen. Cruz says ‘Joe Biden becoming president of this country was a Covid superspreader event’


By Jenny Goldsberry

Sen. Ted Cruz (R-TX) responded to reports on the border crisis on Hannity Wednesday. Cruz puts the blame directly onto President Biden, saying his election lead to “a COVID super-spreader event.”

First, the Texas senator described his recent visit to the border. “I have seen cages of little boys and little girls packed in, one on top of each other,” Cruz told host Sean Hannity. “When we were there, they had a rate of COVID positivity of over 10%.”

Meanwhile, the Biden administration releases these migrants despite their positivity rate. “Like a churning, revolving door, Joe Biden is releasing them,” Cruz said. “There was just a report this week that the Biden administration has released over 50,000 illegal aliens without even giving them a court date. They just released them.”

Then, these migrants are asked to report to Immigration and Customs Enforcement after their reassignment. “About 13% of them report into ICE,” Cruz said.

As a result, COVID-19 cases are on the rise nationwide, not just at border states. “It’s spreading COVID into our communities,” Cruz said. “And I’ll tell you right now, the election of Joe Biden, Joe Biden becoming president of this country was a COVID superspreader event because they are releasing illegal aliens in south Texas and all across the country with Covid and they are spreading Covid. And yet, their radical policies, they don’t want to do anything to protect us.”

Then, in Cruz’s own state, lawmakers left for Washington D.C. weeks ago to avoid voting on Texas’ election bill. As a result, they caused a COVID-19 outbreak. Five of the lawmakers that left tested positive for the virus. D.C. Mayor Bowser enacted a mask mandate because it reached 52 cases per 100,000.

“Democrat stunts are superspreader events,” Cruz tweeted Thursday in response to the news.

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Texas police officer calls migrant infections crossing border a ‘health risk’ for Americans


By Jenny Goldsberry

Fox News invited Sergeant Manuel Casas of the La Joya Police Department to report on the active cases of COVID-19 among migrants. He says he knows of COVID-positive migrants who crossed the border, some knowing already that they were positive, to stay in a local hotel in La Joya. But, he doesn’t know how many.

“The ones that we came across told us they were positive,” Casas reported from the border.

But, they only found them after the fact. No one had warned them that COVID-positive visitors were coming. “We did not know this. No one told the city of La Joya. No one told the police department that these people were here. And no one told us that these people were possibly ill,” La Joya Sgt. Manuel Casas told reporters at a Tuesday press conference.

Host Dana Perino asked if he would like to see a pause in Biden’s current open door immigration policy. “That’s what we’re looking for,” Casas responded. “We’re looking for transparency. For us to be able to know what is going on. If this is happening, how do we let the community know if we’re in the dark about this?”

Meanwhile, Sara Carter was in the very same region this week. She saw with her own eyes that sick migrants were crossing the border. One family traveled by foot from Honduras. It took them a month.

First, there were 135 migrants had COVID in the Rio Grande Valley sector. At the time, it was a 900% increase since the beginning of the pandemic. Now, it’s on the rise still.

“Overnight, I spoke to one of the supervisors from the Border Patrol and they advised me that they have a little over 400” Casas said. “That poses a problem. It’s a health risk. It’s a danger to everyone else.”

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Police Superintendent blames Chicago violence on the courts



By Jenny Goldsberry

Chicago Police Superintendent David Brown responded to recent violence across the city in a press conference Wednesday. He said he wished the courts would stop “releasing people charged with murder back into the community on electronic monitoring.”

When a reporter asked the superintendent what should be done different, he blamed the courts.

“Can the courts hold people in jail, who are violent, who have been arrested, who have been charged with murder?” Brown said. “I don’t think there’s another city in this country releasing people charged with murder back into the community on electronic monitoring. What we can do different is challenge the courts to render Chicago safe by holding violent offenders in jail longer, not releasing murderers back into our community. That’s what we can do different.”

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Don Lemon says Capitol rioters weren’t ‘exercising their right to protest’ but ‘undermining democracy’



By Jenny Goldsberry

Don Lemon called out the Capitol rioters on January 6th, saying they “weren’t exercising their right to protest,” but took it “too far.” Lemon reported on the opening session of the Jan. 6th commission Wednesday. The CNN host interviewed Capitol Police Officer Harry Dunn, who also testified to the commission.

Dunn claimed that many compared what he went through to what street cops experienced during the Antifa and Black Lives Matter protests. Even Dunn admitted, they “went through hell.” But Lemon compared all three protests, saying that the earlier protestors “were exercising their right to protest.”

“This weren’t just people who were exercising — some of them were exercising their right to protest,” Lemon said. “Others went way too far. That’s a different story than trying to undermine democracy and stop an election.”

“Any and everybody who had anything to do with the failures of January 6th needs to be held accountable,” Lemon said.

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Sen. Kennedy calls out Dems for doing ‘an about-face’ when it comes to funding police



By Jenny Goldsberry

Sen. John Kennedy (R-LA) responded to the Seattle Mayor asking for law enforcement help after months of peddling “defund the police.” Now Kennedy said he’s not surprised to see the city flip-flop on Hannity.

“There are some people in this world that just aren’t fit to be part of our society,” Kennedy said. “They are not sick. They are not mixed up. They are not confused. It’s not a question of whether or not their mamma or daddy loved them enough. They are just anti-social. In terms of public safety, they are just bad.”

As a result, law enforcement needs to get involved to protect public safety. “And I thought as a society we had agreed that’s why we need law enforcement,” Kennedy said. “That was a universal truth. Apparently, no longer. Not all, but many of my Democratic colleagues have done an about-face. Now the bad guys are the cops. I hear it every day, the cops are guilty until proven innocent and they are all a bunch of racists, apparently even the African-American police officers. I just don’t get it.”

Meanwhile, President Biden encourages these Democratic mayors. “The president has supported every single one of our major Democratic mayors in every major Democratic city,” Kennedy said. “They not only talked about defunding the police, they did it. What was the result? It was very predictable.”

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Sara Carter follows migrants crossing the border exhibiting COVID-19 symptoms



By Jenny Goldsberry

Sara Carter appeared on Hannity Wednesday to report on a family who crossed the border around La Joya, Texas. It took the family a month to arrive at the border on foot from Honduras.

One woman suffered heat exhaustion from the 112 degree heat. As a result, her nose started to bleed. Carter stayed with her to see that she received medical attention. Others also told her they felt sick and a woman down the road had passed out. Pedialyte was all there was to give them at the time.

“It was extraordinarily harrowing not just for me but for the crew and the first responders to come across so many people,” Carter told host Sean Hannity.

Texas Department of Public Safety Lieutenant Chris Olivarez says that it is common for migrants to contract illnesses. “That’s just a perfect example of what’s taking place now because of these open border policies that the administration is allowing,” Olivarez said of the family Carter encountered. In fact, there are 1,200 active COVID-19 cases in detention as of this report.

Then, paramedics arrived to take the woman to be treated for her illness. But it meant she had to leave her family. “Now we don’t even know how long she’ll be separated from her daughter,” Carter said.

“It is definitely a humanitarian crisis the Biden [administration] fails to admit or address,” Carter tweeted later.

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Sara Carter warns Afghan Taliban ‘will be back with a vengeance again’

The Washington Times’ reporter, Sara A. Carter and photojournalist, Mary F. Calvert, Friday, October 23, 2009, at Kandahar Air Field, Kandahar, Afghanistan,
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By Jenny Goldsberry

On the latest episode of the Sara Carter Show, host Sara Carter discussed President Biden’s recent comments on the Taliban. In the midst of American troops leaving Afghanistan by September 11, reporters at a White House press conference asked Biden if he trusts the Taliban to keep away with reinforcements gone.

“No, I do not trust the Taliban,” Biden said. “Okay, it’s a silly question. Do I trust the Taliban? No.”

Carter agreed with Biden, the terrorist group shouldn’t be trusted.

“But I’m going to tell you this one day, and I promise you this, Afghanistan will be back with a vengeance again,” Carter said. “We didn’t do our job in the very beginning. And the rise of the Taliban, again, is a detriment to us and to our future generations of Americans.”

Meanwhile, the presence of one terrorist group has welcomed more terrorists. As a result, Carter would like to see intelligence remain in Afghanistan. “If our intelligence community doesn’t have a platform close enough to monitor what’s going on, which I don’t believe we will, not significantly enough, because we’re not going to have logistical backing in that region,” she said. “Then the Taliban will open that region, again, to the Islamic State, they’re already there. I’ve been talking to my sources, we’ve got ISIS on the ground there. We’ve got al-Qaeda on the ground.”

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WATCH: Rep. Jim Jordan: ‘I have never downplayed January 6th’


By Jenny Goldsberry

Rep. Jim Jordan (R-OH) appeared on Fox News Tuesday to react to the House January 6th commission’s first session. After Speaker Nancy Pelosi (D-CA) rejected his recommendation onto the commission, he is now saying he never “downplayed” the riots.

“I have never downplayed January 6th,” Jordan said. “What we have done and what Republicans have done is we have been consistent. We said what happened last summer in so many of our urban areas to police officers, to small business owners and to our fellow citizens was as wrong as wrong could be. And we said what happened on January 6th was as wrong as wrong could be. We have been consistent.”

Meanwhile the Ohio representative pointed the blame at the other side of the aisle. “The people who haven’t are the Democrats,” Jordan said. “That’s why they continue to focus on this, because they can’t talk about the fact that they defunded the police and all the things they said. They raised money to bail out rioters and looters from jail. They can’t talk about those things, so they are going to focus on this and attacking the former president.”

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Border Agents beg Biden admin to do something about immigration crisis


By Jenny Goldsberry

As COVID-19 cases and hospitalizations rise in 46 states, Sara Carter reports from Texas to show how illegal immigration is behind the increase. Migrants crossing the border following the Biden administration are released into states all over the country. Oftentimes they’re taking the virus with them.

Carter appeared on Hannity Tuesday to discuss the immigration trends in La Jolla and McAllen. “Here in the Rio Grande Valley Sector they’ve seen over 20,000 people just this past week entering through the border,” Carter said. “Many of which have never been vaccinated for COVID, come in contact with our Border Patrol agents and then are released.”

Next, Carter interviewed Chris Cabrera, Vice President of the National Border Patrol Council. He says he’s seen immigration on the rise ever since President Biden took office.

“Right now what we’re seeing is the policies that were put in place by the new administration has just made it an open door into the United States,” Cabrera told Carter. “It’s not just the Central Americans or South Americans.

As a result, many migrants take on deadly risks to be among those at the open border. “We have a lot of heat casualties,” Cabrera said. “We are seeing more people coming over with COVID. We’ve had some agents just recently test positive.”

Cabrera says the solution is to revert to former President Trump’s border policies. “The only way to solve this is mandatory detention and mandatory removal,” he said.

Meanwhile, neither President Biden or Vice President Harris have visited this section of the border. But Border Patrol continues to invite them. “They need the Biden Administration to see what is actually happening on the ground,” Carter said following her visit. “This is a humanitarian crisis and a national security crisis. They’re expecting more than 100,000 people to enter this border this coming month.”

You can follow Jenny Goldsberry on Twitter @jennyjournalism.