Obama Regime Using Taxpayer Money to Push Amnesty and Obamacare for Illegal Aliens on Spanish Television

Via Newsbusters:

Univision is out with another ad in partnership with the Obama administration. This time, U.S. taxpayer dollars are being spent for Univision morning show weatherwoman Ximena Córdoba to exhort beneficiaries of President Obama’s Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) program to renew the permits exempting them from deportation proceedings for another two years.

“If you are a young undocumented and fulfill the following requirements, you are on time to apply for DACA and obtain your work permit,” says the network’s glamorous weatherwoman, who ticks off the eligibility requirements and points viewers to the U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services website for more information.

“You must renew your DACA 120 days before it expires,” Córdoba instructs the undocumented target population in the slick 30-second spot. The original DACA permits, which currently benefit approximately 560,000 unauthorized people in the United States, are valid for two years and were first made available by the Obama administration during the 2012 presidential election campaign.

Tellingly, the new ad combines the DACA permit renewal campaign with ObamaCare enrollment promotion. The closing screenshot features Univision’s ObamaCare enrollment website, asegurate.com, and credits the California Endowment as the ad’s sponsor.

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Kay Hagan Campaigners Caught on Video Attempting to Help People Posing as Illegal Aliens to Vote

Via Project Veritas:

For the past week, Project Veritas Action investigators have been undercover posing as illegal immigrants who slipped through the cracks due to Obama’s DREAM Act. Our investigators approached MULTIPLE campaigns, admitting they were not U.S. Citizens but that they still wanted to vote.

PARTIAL TRANSCRIPT BELOW:

PVA: Do you want to tell him your situation?

PVA: Yeah, I do have my license

Greg Amick: Un huh.

PVA: But I am not legal and I want to vote.

Greg Amick: Okay.

PVA: But I do have my license, I’m registered.

Greg Amick: You are registered?

PVA: I’m all registered.

Greg Amick: You do not need a photo ID. When did you register?

PVA: I don’t have my green card.

Greg Amick: You are registered to vote though?

PVA: I’m all registered to vote, and I want to vote.

PVA 2: What happened is, the state gave a bunch of “illegals”, when they gave them their license with the DACA card for the Dream Act. A lot of them inadvertently got their voter registration card as well.

Greg: Okay.

VO #2: Earlier this month, voter rolls in North Carolina were shown to include a large number of immigrants who had been registered to vote but who shouldn’t have.

PVA 2: So technically they are not legal but she really wants to be able to support Kay Hagen.

Greg Amick: Here’s a couple of things you can do. You do not have to have your driver’s license, but do you have any sort of identification?

PVA: But I do have my driver’s license.

Greg Amick: Oh, you do. Show ‘em that and you’re good.

PVA: But the only problem, you know, I don’t want to vote if I’m not legal.
I think that’s going to be a problem. I’m not sure.

Greg Amick: It won’t be, it shouldn’t be an issue at all.

PVA: No?

Greg Amick: As long as you are registered to vote, you’ll be fine.

VO #3: The North Carolina law is very clear,

“Any person who shall, in connection with any primary, general or special election held in this state, do any of the acts or things declared in this section to be unlawful, shall be guilty of a Class 1 felony. It shall be unlawful:

For any person, knowing that a person is not a citizen of the United States, to instruct or coerce that person to register to vote or to vote.”

PVA: Is it legal for her to vote, if she’s not a citizen?

Greg Amick: If you’re registered vote… You got a voter registration card?

PVA: Yes.

Greg Amick: Then you’re good to vote.

VO #4: It seemed everyone we asked thought it was okay for this non U.S. citizen to vote.

PVA: I have my license, I’m registered to vote, but I’m undocumented, I’m an illegal. But I want to vote. I want to support Kay Hagen, that’s who I am here for.

Campaign Worker: You are already registered?

PVA: Yes.

Woman in brown: I’m going to tell you what, I’d go in there and vote and whatever address you used before, use it. I’d go in there and vote and let them find out if it’s wrong.

VO #5: This campaign worker is supporting republican Chris Hailey who is running against Irwin Carmichael for Sheriff.

Woman with glasses-Hailey for Sheriff

PVA: We want to make sure Kay Hagen is pro-immigrant, you know we don’t know if she…

Woman: She definitely is.

PVA: I don’t want to give my vote if she’s not.

Woman: Yes, she definitely is.

PVA: She’s okay with like illegals.

Woman: Absolutely.

PVA: You think she’s okay with me being an illegal voter for her?

Woman: Absolutely.

PVA: So Kay Hagan wouldn’t mind her voting even if she’s not a citizen?

Woman: No.

PVA: Okay.

Woman: Welcome aboard.

PVA: Thank you.

VO #5: She even decided to call her boss to double check.

Woman: Okay , great. Thank you. You should be fine as long as you’re registered.

PVA: Who told you that? That was your boss?

Woman: Yeah, I just spoke with the campaign manager.

PVA: Oh cool.

VO #6: Darren Simms is the Campaign Manager for Yolanda Trotman who, believe it or not, is running for District Court Judge in the county.

PVA: We just to vote for Kay Hagen because my girlfriend is a…she is not a citizen yet.

Darren Simms: Okay.

PVA: I have my license.

PVA: She does have license. She’s registered to vote but she not, even though she’s technically not a citizen.

Darren Simms: Okay.

PVA: But she actually has the…

Darren Simms: …the registration card. So all you have to do is going in there and them your name and address.

PVA: So that’s what I’m afraid because I am illegal. I don’t want to give my information and then they get back to me.

PVA: Does she have to do that?

Darren Simms: So they are either going to ask you for your ID.

PVA: I have it.

Darren Simms: Okay yeah, as long as she has an ID and she shows the ID.

PVA: And she’s registered to vote.

Darren Simms: She’s registered to vote.

PVA: But she’s not a …she’s undocumented. Does that matter or not?

Darren Simms: Okay. Do you have her registration card?

PVA: She does. She has all that.

Darren Simms: Does the registration card have an address on it?

PVA: Yes.

Darren Simms: Okay. As long you show ‘em that and it has an address on it, you’re good.

PVA: Oh good.

Darren Simms: Okay.

PVA: They’re not going to call immigration?

Darren Simms: No, no, no, no, no, no.

PVA: Good. Good.

Darren Simms: As long as you got voter card… Just pull out the voter’s card and give it to ‘em.

VO #7: Martin Kelly is the father of David Kelly who, believe it or not, is running for Superior Court Judge. Currently, David is an Assistant District Attorney for the county.

Martin Kelly: How did you register without being a citizen?

PVA Investigator: Because she got a DACA card.

Woman: And that’s a temporary, that’s temporary one?

PVA Investigator: No.

Martin Kelly: If they her register then she can’t get in trouble.

Martin Kelly: If you registered…(shrugs shoulders)

Martin Kelly: All they can do is say no. They can’t do anything else.

Up to 30 Former Gitmo Detainees Released by Obama Regime Suspected to be Fighting for Islamic Militant Groups in Syria

Via Fox News:

As many as 20 to 30 former Guantanamo Bay detainees — some of whom were released within the last three years — are suspected by intelligence and Defense officials of having joined forces with the Islamic State and other militant groups inside Syria, Fox News has learned.

The development has cemented fears that the U.S. military would once again encounter militants taken off the battlefield.

The intelligence offers a mixed picture, and officials say the figures are not exact. But they are certain at least some of the released detainees are fighting with the Islamic State, or ISIS, on the ground inside Syria. Others are believed to be supporting Al Qaeda or the affiliated al-Nusra Front in Syria.

A number of former detainees also have chosen to help these groups from outside the country, financing operations and supporting their propaganda campaigns.

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Survey: 43% of Palestinians Support Terrorism

Via the Times of Israel:

Support for Hamas and for armed struggle against Israel is gaining popularity in the Palestinian territories, a new survey showed Tuesday, despite languishing rehabilitation efforts in the war-battered Gaza Strip.

The survey, carried out by the Jerusalem Media and Communications Center, shows that as far as local public opinion is concerned, the latest war in Gaza was a victory for Hamas.

Some 57 percent of those polled claimed that Hamas was victorious — a strong majority, albeit far short of the 70% who thought Hamas had won after 2012’s Operation Pillar of Defense in Gaza. Only 8% thought that Israel had won.

Some 53% claimed the recent war achieved the interests of the Palestinian people, while a little more than 21% said that the war damaged those interests.

At the same time Fatah, Hamas’s rival, has weakened while Hamas is getting stronger. Before the conflict began, 41.7% of Palestinians said they trusted Fatah but by the end of the fighting that percentage had slipped to 35.1. On the eve of the war nearly 17% said Hamas was the organization they believed in most, while in the current survey 26% said they believed in Hamas.

Support for the military struggle against Israel rose dramatically — from 31.5% on the eve of Israel’s Operation Protective Edge, launched in early July, to 42.7% in the new survey.

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Obama Regime’s Nuclear Deal Will Allow Iran to Keep Thousands of Centrifuges

Via the Wall Street Journal:

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The Obama administration initially demanded a complete dismantling of the nearly 20,000 centrifuges Iran has amassed to enrich uranium for the production of nuclear fuel. Tehran said it would ultimately need up to at least five times that number to have enough fuel to power the country’s reactors.

Iran denies it is seeking nuclear weapons and says its activities are for peaceful purposes only, such as the production of energy.

Signs of a potential compromise have emerged in recent days with Iranian state media reporting that Tehran and its negotiating partners, the five permanent members of the United Nations Security Council along with Germany—a diplomatic bloc known as the P5-+1—focused on a number of 4,000 centrifuges.

U.S. officials have neither confirmed nor denied the numbers. Outside experts said the number could be acceptable to the P5+1 and to Congress because it would place constraints on Iran’s ability to produce weapons-usable fuel.

“It’s not as simple as saying X-number of centrifuges, because it has to be taken as a whole package,” said another senior U.S. official. “We’re looking at all of the ways that we can basically block off any potential combination that they could think of how to get to a weapon.”

The White House’s outreach to Congress will be critical to sealing an agreement with Iran. The issue of Congress’s role is a contentious one.

The White House is arguing that an agreement wouldn’t be a formal treaty, and, therefore, wouldn’t require congressional approval. Leading U.S. lawmakers are threatening to impose new sanctions if a deal isn’t seen as doing enough to roll back Tehran’s nuclear capabilities.

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Report: Obama Regime Planning to Bring Foreign Ebola Patients to US for Treatment

Via Fox News:

A top Republican congressman claims the Obama administration is exploring plans to bring non-U.S. citizens infected with Ebola to the United States for treatment.

Rep. Bob Goodlatte, R-Va., chairman of the House Judiciary Committee, told Fox News that his office has received “information from within the administration” that these plans are being developed. So far, only American Ebola patients have been brought back to the U.S. for treatment from the disease epicenter in West Africa.

Goodlatte warned that expanding that policy could put the country at more risk.

“Members of the media, my office have received confidential communications saying that those plans are being developed,” Goodlatte said Monday night.

“This is simply a matter of common sense that if you are concerned about this problem spreading — and this is a deadly disease that we’re even concerned about the great health care workers when they come back not spreading it — we certainly shouldn’t be bringing in the patients.”

The chairman wrote a letter last week to Homeland Security Secretary Jeh Johnson and Secretary of State John Kerry asking whether such plans exist, but he says he has not gotten a response.

The details are sketchy, if such a plan even exists.

A Goodlatte aide told FoxNews.com that “someone in one of the agencies” contacted their office with the tip — presumably, the plan would apply to non-U.S. residents. Who would pay for the transport and treatment is an open question.

In his letter last week, Goodlatte asked whether the administration is formulating such a plan, seeking details and communications among their employees.

The conservative watchdog group Judicial Watch also reported, shortly before Goodlatte sent the letter, that the administration is “actively formulating” plans to bring Ebola patients into the U.S., with the specific goal of treating them “within the first days of diagnosis.”

Goodlatte earlier had pushed the president to consider using his authority to impose a temporary ban on non-U.S. citizen travel to the United States from the three African countries hardest-hit by Ebola.

“We think, again, that’s just plain common sense, a practical way to stop this disease from spreading,” he said.

The Obama administration has pushed back on those calls, saying the most effective approach is to stop Ebola at its source in West Africa.

Janet Napolitano: “Appropriate” for Obama to Bypass Congress to Pass Amnesty

Via the Washington Times:

President Obama should go ahead and issue executive orders on immigration if Congress refuses to act, said former Homeland Security Secretary Janet Napolitano.

“If Congress refuses to act and perform its duties, then I think it’s appropriate for the executive to step in and use his authorities based on law … to take action in the immigration arena,” Ms. Napolitanotold The Washington Post.

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IRS Seizing Small Business Bank Accounts Without Any Evidence of a Crime

Via The New York Times:

For almost 40 years, Carole Hinders has dished out Mexican specialties at her modest cash-only restaurant. For just as long, she deposited the earnings at a small bank branch a block away — until last year, when two tax agents knocked on her door and informed her that they had seized her checking account, almost $33,000.

The Internal Revenue Service agents did not accuse Ms. Hinders of money laundering or cheating on her taxes — in fact, she has not been charged with any crime. Instead, the money was seized solely because she had deposited less than $10,000 at a time, which they viewed as an attempt to avoid triggering a required government report.

“How can this happen?” Ms. Hinders said in a recent interview. “Who takes your money before they prove that you’ve done anything wrong with it?”

The federal government does.

Using a law designed to catch drug traffickers, racketeers and terrorists by tracking their cash, the government has gone after run-of-the-mill business owners and wage earners without so much as an allegation that they have committed serious crimes. The government can take the money without ever filing a criminal complaint, and the owners are left to prove they are innocent. Many give up.

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Obama Personally Issued Cover-Up of Holder’s Use of Private Emails to Conduct ‘Fast & Furious’ Communications

Via Judicial Watch:

Judicial Watch announced today that it received from the Obama Department of Justice (DOJ) a “Vaughn index” detailing records about the Operation Fast and Furious scandal.  The index was forced out of the Obama administration thanks to JW’s June 2012 Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) request and subsequent September 2012 FOIA lawsuit (Judicial Watch v. Department of Justice (No. 1:12-cv-01510)).  A federal court had ordered the production over the objections of the Obama Justice Department.

The document details the Attorney General Holder’s personal involvement in managing the Justice Department’s strategy on media and Congressional investigations into the Fast and Furious scandal.  Notably, the document discloses that emails between Attorney General Holder and his wife Sharon Malone – as well as his mother – are being withheld under an extraordinary claim of executive privilege as well as a dubious claim of deliberative process privilege under the Freedom of Information Act.  The “First Lady of the Justice Department” is a physician and not a government employee.

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Over 100 Illegal Aliens Caught Attempting to Vote in North Carolina

Via The Winston-Salem Journal:

The voter rolls kept by the State Board of Elections contain 145 names that belong to a certain category of ineligible voter – immigrants in the U.S. under a federal program known as Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals, or DACA, according to elections officials.

Josh Lawson, an SBOE spokesman, said that election officials found out about the number Tuesday night, after the N.C. Division of Motor Vehicles ran a specific search for drivers with DACA licenses.

Letters from the SBOE will be sent to the 145 people asking for documentation that they are U.S. citizens, Lawson said.

More people who are ineligible because they are not U.S. citizens may be on the voter rolls.

Nearly 10,000 names on the rolls are tagged by the DMV as “legally present,” according to elections and transportation officials. But that doesn’t mean that all 10,000 are ineligible to vote at this time. These are license holders who were not U.S. citizens when they got a license. They may have been green-card holders, foreign workers or foreign students, for example.

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