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Sankyo is another migrant caravan this time 19,000+ people that the Bible's ration has been warned about Vermont's heading US keeping you informed and now this is writing panel laws for minister expressing confusion over why the Biden administration was caught offguard by that huge Haitian migrant Sir want to hear from you Sharon, call 1-800-684-3110 telling axioms that she sounded the alarm months in advance and now she is planning more on their way.
Now your home. Jordan secular secular. We are to your phone 6812 pack show today to a seal J case would brief what our clients were representing were to get to. We first forget this major national news and it also fights back is this idea that somehow the Biden ministry should be caught offguard by what's happening at the border. The Panamanian Foreign Minister has expressed frustration speaking out to the media. That's a big deal if countries are very reliant on the US for their economics course padlocked now but other activities so much commerce going through Panama when they speak out in a Negative Way, United States. You know, things got particularly bad with the relationship and that they're willing to risk risk harming the relationship because things are so bad this what they had to say said they were frustrated because the Biden ministration acted as if they were caught off guard because quote we sounded the alarm. We should have.
And now that that's it for minister says there's 60,000 more migrants, mostly Haitian patient who opposed Ed to make that their way up to the US-Mexico border that lets compare that number so far, about 85,000 migrants, a pastor Panama since January, 20,000-ish of them have been Haitian for document the biggest wave of Haitian immigrants is yet to come in. Unlike the Trump administration who would start making deals with a country like Panama Columbia economic incentives to house these immigrants to even relocate them potentially they're not coming directly from Haiti. They're coming from very South America's Chile and and see Argentina as well. So you are making major track to even get there. So, these countries know about. Along the way.
They tell the US then it's all shock the event that they've created your migrant city underneath the bridge they clear that out like tape that was 20,000. Imagine 60,000 for del Rio, which is like the entire city's population is €20,000 of the problem here is called lack of preparation lack of understanding, lack of being able to get your hand around the situation and failure of diplomacy. Let's be clear, this is also a failure of diplomacy here because one of things that the President Trump did was, as you mentioned Jordan, he would negotiate with these countries, including economic incentives for them to housing the migrants coming in to be built in those countries, so that we could sort it all out. The problem here is you already have the crisis at del Rio and you can add to that crisis, 16 to 18,000 people.
Now these caravans are coming into because they think they can get in will of course they wouldn't do otherwise. Even though my arc is the end of the Biden administration is saying the United States will not accept them. United States border is nonporous, it's close guard turned back don't come. That's ridiculous. They are expecting to come in and they're going to persist in doing this and it is so sad to hear the Panamanian Foreign Minister say with respect to the United States we've engaged with every single authority. We can think of that we can come across to say please let's pay attention to this, and they've gotten no response from the United States because the United States right now it appears is incapable of responding what's reaction quickly family getting a break. What's reaction Washington. I think most people are asking what's the plan when this next wave hits J and if you just look at the evidence.
I think the plan is by and large, to let the men humming may be there to be a little bit of enforcement but by and large the plant from this ministration is the lettermen I think the plan is going to be will deal with it when we get there bad thing. There is no plan. That's why the enemy of speaking about the same hate telling you don't so they can play this game like we were not doing our part and actually speak can't say that my administration is not his acting surprised when they are being told time and time again by our allies. This is what is heading your way this will work dealing with letting our way to write back on secular challenges facing Americans or substantial time in our value freedom sword constitutional rights are under attack is more important than ever to stand with the American Center for Law and Justice for decades now ACLJ on the frontlines projecting your freedoms defending your rights and courts in Congress and in the public arena and we have an exceptional track record of success. But here's the bottom line we could not do our work without your support, we remain committed to protecting your religious and constitutional freedoms than remains our top priority, especially now during these challenging times.
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ACLJ.org where you can learn more about her life changing become a member today ACLJ only one. A society can agree that the most vulnerable invoice as tech. Is there any hope for that culture to survive. And that's exactly what you are saying when you stand with the American Center for Law and Justice, defendant the right to life, we've created a free and powerful publication offering a panoramic view of the ACLJ's battle for the unborn Gold edition life will show you how you are personally like publication includes a look at all major ACLJ pro-life cases were fighting for the rights of pro-life activists. The ramifications of Roe V Wade, 40 years later Planned Parenthood's role in emotion and what Obama care means to the prone life in many ways your membership in the ACLJ is empowering the right question free copy of mission in life today online ACLJ/secular suggestion is reset again because this is a massive number so it looks like a lot to you when it was 20,000 people, most of which are been released back into United States report not back into were released into the United States find that out to most were not deported back to Haiti. There were issues there. I heard them try to stay on the ground. They had that earthquake they had assassination of the leader.
There were problems with resettling people back there. That's not really the issue that these are not people. It just came from Haiti poster earthquake for a few months ago, or the assassination of their their present from a couple months ago you people who are already migrated somewhere else for a better life now decide while the US looks like it's wide open so that may be better than Chile, Argentina, so let me try that Panamanian Foreign Minister saying stop by the ministry.
She stop acting like this is some surprise that they are allies in the in Central and South America are telling us about these caravans. There dealing with the but the problem is we are not providing incentives for them to relocate the people there or two to build facilities there. That's with the trumpet ministration was doing that stemmed a lot of the suit wasn't that there was a crisis at the border dollars from members never was afraid to acknowledge the threat at the border in the problem that they were dealing with, but the use interesting new ways to handle the problem. So instead of saying okay. We got to get 80,000 people back to an island which would be like being a go through Afghanistan airlift to give evidence of that would look like an island that really can't take them in right now.
Why not provide countries.
These countries that need needed at people that can work I incentives to house somebody's market that all 80,000 split this up amongst the group and then the problem is handled. They are unwilling to talk about root causes all the time.
They're unwilling to put their money where their mouth is on one is because their viewer root causes climate right yet. Remember what they said we have that bite will find that by the book before the programs over ring that debuted the Blue Cross of that migration problem as is, climate change, and so it's very hard Harry to address a policy when you don't understand what the root cause actually is in the root cause here is theirs is the impression that Joe Biden gave in his election.
During the campaign. Just come to the United States. So these people are absolutely reckless, complaining that they're trying to get a better life. We have laws here to do that so Pres. Obama has suggested that open borders is indeed unsustainable. I think the American people would indeed agree with that.
Nonetheless, the Biden administration has essentially issued advertisements throughout social media throughout the world.
Please come to the United States because our border is open nonetheless. DHS Sec. Mallorca's claims border is closed. The border is close I believe that the left wants open borders, but even more than that. The left wants compliance. This move in terms of having an open border is consistent with the totalitarian daemon which is alive and well in many democracies throughout the world.
It's clear beyond question. As Panama City foreign secretary Erica, when you observed Panama and other countries have raised the alarm months and months ago, but the Biden administration has ignored reality. So basically what do we have now we have a border crisis that Pres. Biden is simply comfortable with. Here's what is what America said was play disc play this we have not seen before.
Such a rapid migration.
Irregular migration of individuals as we have observed and experienced with respect to vacations across the border in del Rio Texas that is been an unprecedented speed will okay why is that happened while you know find out that these were not people and immediately left Haiti after the earthquake. They had been in Mexico and other countries for a long time.
Apparently that's the case so PQ makes the statement, these are unprecedented. We just can't believe the numbers but Wes you serve in the military. After the battle plan you got have a plan and there is no plan not only no plan. You have to assess the battlefield situation somewhat correctly in the assessment is not even there. I mean this border that is close has tens of thousands of people causing crossing a close border.
Here's the thing.
Talk is cheap. Their actions are saying to the people from South America and Haiti and other places. If we get to the border and get across. There's a good chance will be able to stay and unfortunately they are quite correct at all those Haitians are the bridge 12,000 were released into the US with either notices to appear or notices to report, even though we know that over half of them never do that, they were released that tested for covert only if they were symptomatic they were not required to get coded vaccinations and then in SOI's normally retract these people that they didn't come back in February of this year Pres. Biden instructed Isis in order they were not to ever track these people down unless they were a national security threat on the terror watch list or they were convicted of a violent felony, but they release them without knowing either of those things that see that's what's absurd the idea that you would say okay now go find the ones that were national security represent when they were in your custody and on the whole thing is absurd. The idea that you're going to give the Haitian or any immigrant who is a migrant is coming to the United States, a court date and you expect them to return. That's ridiculous we give court dates to American citizens another. They're not going to return to those court dates we've been given bond as it as an incentive because they might lose their property after pay money and they don't return.
What is the incentive for person is been given a summons to return to a court date says especially said to come back to that court and I submit there is no incentive and I can adhere to those court dates once they get dispersed of the population.
Guess what day they're gone there in this country.
They become assimilated.
You'll never see him again and I'll Harry report for the hearing. I don't think so, and they know that ice is not going to look for them now. So then, is there any legislative talk at all going on here. Yet there is jam in there. There's been some pending for quite a while offered by Marsha Blackburn and least a phonic in the house.
Jay would essentially put them right. Migrant protection protocols back in the place and look, I know people say shake their heads and say well, of course, this administration is knocking to put of the Trump policies back into place. But look, the policies were working and and the policy is really just simply said I work in a print make these processes applications while you're waiting on the other side of the border working to confirm who you are, maybe you'll get in. Maybe you won't. But we won't just arbitrarily a release you and expect you to return meet JJ.
We've got a learn from history here any. When this happens when you really someone into the interior with an NTA or an NTR. By and large, many of them don't reappear so legislatively.
Although they don't need a lot of the story if they wanted to. Those bills are there pending but here you go to root causes) as the ones I got so here VP Harris. This was in the conference of Americas back in May and then there are the long-standing issues the real classes and I'm thinking of correction violence and poverty and lack of economic opportunity, lack of climate adaptation, and climate resilience. Okay I mean come, come, you think that let's take a survey of the 20,000 people that are about to come over to our border statements. He visited his corruption.
Maybe is it violence that could be poverty. Maybe is it climate adaptation climate resilience elected to the deaf that like these individuals to define that a minute not to be for anybody that's it's just living in the in the lower maybe it is Lala and and and what labs we live in Lala land with the real world is going on is bad things happen because she's going around doing interviews where you like it to the test to be for covert live on the set. Check time for that.
But I guess is in time for the pet pet Panamanian Foreign Minister was telling them the A8 has now told country publicly instead of handling diplomatically is another 60,000 of these people coming your way and what would you like us to do about that. You're the superpower, we are not either coming to your country that just passing through Mars. So if you can provide the incentives is only Pana modules can on their own goodwill resettle 60,000 people. Also, people don't really want to be resettled or shifted you have to go in with a program that in a plant that a plan so the people know this a good place to be of economic opportunities be part of the culture.
Did you go get the picture, while things to a member from the mayor assessment was that tested by for covert Elysées heard me this week. I've had a little bit tickle in my throat a little congestion. I think a ticket for five that have test protected by were the studio with everyday to make sure we get 60,000 people in living intensities who definitely haven't been vaccinated and now they said at least 20% of that had that's at least 20% of 20,000 people that are not now.
It is silly immunity. That's all you got 20,000 people in it that sets doubles the size of the city which meets double the impact of their on their's health and health systems that schools the police everything to be business streets so were being told again, this is happening. So in a month from now with a 60 work 60,000 more Haitians at the border, not by all this, I like more. This is unbelievable. It's not to tell you to tell you and they're giving you time to do something about it just solutions that work they don't like politically so instead they can talk about having climate adaptation in resilience, whatever that means for those Haitian immigrants. I don't only want a society can agree that the most vulnerable and is there any hope for that culture to survive. And that's exactly what you are saying when you stand with the American Center for Law and Justice, defendant the right to life. We've created a free and powerful publication offering a panoramic view of the ACLJ's battle for the unborn Gold edition like it will show you how you are personally support the publication includes a look at all major ACLJ pro-life cases were fighting for the rights of pro-life activist ramifications of Roe V Wade, 40 years later Planned Parenthood's role in the end what Obama care means to the pro-life discover the many ways your membership is empowering the right to question your free copy of mission life today online ACLJ/challenges facing Americans for substantial time in our Valley freedom sword constitutional rights are under attack more important than ever to stand with the American Center for Law and Justice for decades ACLJ has been on the frontlines protecting your freedoms defending your rights in court in Congress to get in the public arena and we have an exceptional track record of success.
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Justice case involves a big company. Sure a lot of you a Nobel cover everybody will listen to and that the stores we also know the time when Lottie's retail outlets have a tough time getting anyone to work any hours we got a situation Abby Sutherland as senior counselor on the phone with us down. Abby begot a situation where someone willing to work was told that was terminated and their religious exemption ignored her all playing at not like the latter part of paraquat exemption to the salaries our client works for the build department. I like the alchemy I do both at the company noted had some economic hard times. She's worked there for over a decade. What was the situation. What was she asking for. Therefore always her manager came to her and dad and you're going to need to read and that I recollect are related exemption for Nathan I on employee working many hours per week at every man, and I married actually carried our work on that.
I don't think Claire Martin and Wendy member identically department store to reduce our soap belt requested more information.
At one point when they request letter after which the master letter from the pastor.
The pastor submits the letter belts rejects the pastor's letter was the basis of rejecting while her carriage Care chart and operating for more than 24 year paraquat went airborne applicant so so the report researching is deciding which pastors legitimate what church churches may not be legitimate to do a denominational check next to me this is what this is absurd.
Yes, every week we talk about home churches all the time in the foreign contest, especially places like China where people are stupid but we forget that we talk about his exist here is very little church and you don't have employers decide your church is the right kind of church that you have the right kind of pastor and ended at the what's always showing these they put this down and write recently researched her church. It's not that we couldn't find enough information church she falsified information that is with her cute like like absolute misfire of their choosing. Her of lying and falsifying efficiency is 72 years old African-American woman whose work there for over a decade. So did that, they also put a notice of termination. Even though we have all this correspondence that was about her faith, unsatisfactory performance. Abby will be company, company, find out in there since she falsified documents because in the get this right. When questioned about this. You stated the church was organized and met at someone's house and that's not enough for them to prevail without okay I will talk to estimate that was becoming retired and is designed also pastor coming. I can't believe a department store chain was dying for employees right now would be questioning the nature of her church and a pastor I dealt with these kinds of issues frequently in my 26 years in the Army right religious convictions that somehow another. It affects your duty and I think the standard J is the same in the civilian world as it was in the military because that standard was you don't even have to go to church. The standard is is it a deeply held religious conviction. Right. That's really all you have to prove you and also requirement is that they make a reasonable accommodation. So what's the status of the case right now. Abby acknowledging that letter find out legal department that we are laying 1/4 pint comic to provide our client determined independently promptly and you're looking at the demand letter which your witty things that I think it's an outrage on the part of Belk because you know I think the early Christian church, his story of early church history. I mean, the early Christians did not meet in organized churches. They met in catacombs under the streets of Rome secretly their pastors when incognito because they will be the persecuted. If they said that they were Christians and they were terminated literally if they were found out to be Christians okay and here is a woman who goes to a church and a house. What's wrong with that. Any place with rear are two or more are gathered in my name, I am there. Christ said, so he is there among them Christ is in our midst is and was and ever shall be in because the pastor did not appear on Google on the Internet. You say that he can't be a pastor and you can be a church and you can have a DS hold a deeply held religious belief. This is something that the ACLJ is going to five on her behalf very vehemently with issue this letter I've read it. I think it's a violation of her title VII rides is a violation of her constitutional rights to religion and this is a horrible thing that Belk is doing it's it's shocking that right now I would me know the people can't get work there say basically nickname your hours at businesses like the design for employees and so at some of his work decade, there her religions are good enough okay no issue I said let me ask you this, when asked what, what's the next move we got the letter we wait for the response. If they don't respond file with the EEOC and the liner 11 can write the right to sue letter. That means we can bring a lawsuit on her behalf and then the visa EEOC takes up the case that would be a very different story.
I really appreciate it. Thanks for the update on that.
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The American Center for Law and Justice is on your side, you're already a member. If you're not well this is the perfect time to stand with us ACLJ.org where you can learn more about our life-changing work, member today ACLJ keeping you informed and now is Jordan secular history celebrates a case of representing elk and again you hope this comes right conclusion. Quickly barrette ready to do whatever is necessary for our client. I we have talked about the Margaret search. There's a new search public. Unlike the binder ministration when I could be shocked at all like us acutely because were reading the reports were reading the news to see what the foreign ministers of the Central American countries are say they are saying this is coming. And guess what is three times the amount of people you dealt with last time which the bottom member of the by mistress getting all the criticism so suddenly those people the spirit. Where did they go. The vast majority just released in the United States so that was 20,000-ish 25,000.
We doubt others another 60,000 people on their way out again primarily Haitian will be living in South America see the border is wide open and say this is our chance to get to America. I mean, so we are again administration. It's unwilling to use procedures and policies and plans that worked just because it was a trumpet ministration I just I think Americans are probably sick and tired of it, simply work because it was the trumpet of fish they can use it with. That is ridiculous and that is how they operate.
I think if it worked up the truck.
He was even a good put take out all the politics that happened to him if you like the cave and uses adoption when you look at that with the Abraham, of course, it should be building on top of the death right now. Nothing going on in the Middle East.
Other than these Vienna talks on with with Iran which are joke and ridiculous, but as you mentioned Outlook. We got it. It's in the prices of the borders real. We got a print of information act request out there. What's the status of all of that because we've asked about the change of these policies yet it's can have to be fought out-of-court jamming and I can voluntarily give us the information that we want to know why they reverse policies that were working and I mean I think and honestly J maybe the most alarming thing that were asking for is why they suspended operation Talon which was the, the effort that the trumpet ministration had going to track down those who were illegally present in the United States who were guilty of sexual offense J so I mean, the idea that you would shut down a a criminal investigation like that in operation to remove those people from the country. I think it probably tells you all that you need to know and by the way, just_something that Jordan said there a lot of folks that were in that camp at the border that were asked why did they come now, and J. They came because they thought they were going to be released into the interior.
So if it worked. Of course Morgan to come to operation Talon.
Of course, was was dismantled by the binder ministration which was horrific because it involved everything from sex trafficking in these kinds of things and violent crimes and they they got away with. They did with the program and your former prosecutor understand for a moment why that was deemed to be a good idea well because it was a good idea under Pres. Trump. That's why anything the President prompted there were successful anything the President from did that was good that was defective that had efficacy that worked was considered to be wrong no matter what the outcome may be.
If prompted in front decided it in trump implemented, then it's wrong to look into reverse it when I can put anything in its place within the let the chips fall where they may.
But if Pres. Trump that if it's gotta be wrong but you know you think about this from you I try and try to figure out her with a minute and 20 seconds ago.
What is the policy. What is the policy or coming, will let you go. I think that is correct.
So basically the Biden administration, which is how to distinguish history in a very short period of time of celebrating failure is celebrating the failure of its order policy. Why, because this is an intentional policy on the part of the Biden administration to actually improve the long term.
You voting results for the Democratic Party but also creates humanitarian crisis humanitarian crisis a moral crisis and of the remaining Mexico policy J was common sense. It was also humanitarian. It avoided the kind of seems that we saw under that bridge in del Rio the last two weeks with people or center our folks we come back got a new case to refiling in involving a Tennessee attachment Mississippi South Dakota, Texas, Tennessee, as well with a heartbeat bill is that we are fighting alongside Tennessee Ed Whiteley to talk about that is just filed a brief in that case to the court of appeals has always been ACL. JWC can find out about all this work you were doing online will be right back. The challenges facing Americans or substantial time in our Valley freedom sword constitutional rights are under attack more important than ever to stay with the American Center for Law and Justice ACLJ on the front lines protecting your freedoms defending your rights and courts in Congress and in the public arena and exceptional track record of success. But here's the bottom line we could not do more work without your support, we remain committed to protecting your religious and constitutional freedoms that remains our top priority, especially now during these challenging times. The American Center for Law and Justice is on your side, you're already a member. Thank you. Not well this is the perfect time to stand with us ACLJ.where you can learn more about her life changing become a member today ACLJ only one. A society can agree that the most vulnerable.
Is there any hope for that culture to survive.
And that's exactly what you are saying when you stand with the American Center for Law and Justice, defendant the right to life, we've created a free and powerful publication offering a panoramic view of the ACLJ's battle for the unborn is called mission will show you how you are personally publication includes a look at all major ACLJ were fighting for the rights of pro-life activist ramifications 40 years later, when Obama care means many ways your membership is empowering the right question mission life today online/back to secular joint MIC your counsel and why another case you talk about the case were involved in fighting for life talked about Mississippi. We talked about Texas. Of course we are representing the Gov. South Dakota and say to South Dakota in their case, and then at new case. We filed a new case but with the new filing today. This is the Sixth Circuit Court of Appeals added to the seat. Tennessee has a heartbeat bill attached that is also the abortion and knowingly performing abortions a target children because the race, sex, or if they have down syndrome so targeted abortions based off that and said that is now headed to the six circuit Court of Appeals and white stories that let me let's let's Put a framework on this. What exactly are what is the issue has been shown for thoughts the status of the law once it was enacted.
The Tennessee law afterwards enacted the abortion industry. Planned Parenthood, etc. filed a lawsuit in the judge enjoying enforcement of the statute. The state of Tennessee took an appeal to the Sixth Circuit Court of Appeals and about a week or so ago they divided Sixth Circuit so to do one decision upheld the injunction and said that the statute in particular with regard to down syndrome race and gender abortions was vague. The state of Tennessee last week filed what's called a petition for rehearing en banc, which is asking the Court of Appeals, not just the three judges but all of the active judges to consider the case and today we filed an amicus brief in support of the state of Tennessee asking the full Sixth Circuit to review this case and to allow the Tennessee law to going to affect the course en banc review is discretionary, based on the makeup of the entire Sixth Circuit how you feel about the chances of getting a full review here, and if not this case go to the Supreme Court. I think the chances are good for you. Thanks to Pres. Trump Sixth Circuit has many good conservative judges does not take the case en banc, then I think the chances are high that it goes to the Supreme Court.
That's interesting about this case, Jane, Jordan, is that a few months ago, the Sixth Circuit en banc before court upheld an almost identical file law that prevents abortions. Just because a child born child may or may not have down syndrome so you have a situation where the Sixth Circuit which also controls Ohio is allowing Ohio law to going to affect not the Tennessee law, which is virtually identical to see what I'm seeing it succeed politically and Christie's laws are getting past is all across the country for the first time maybe in this whole battle for life which are seeing a renewed effort to pass new laws kind of looking at it new ways. Whether it's a way South Dakota was looking at her weight Mississippi look at their all kind of have this unique approach and the states are willing to fight the state legislature. The state AG's. The governors all these elections have battered because they put in place so that were not just standing alone out there. Try to fight these battles we got were backing up states now who got massive resources as well and that's that's and is seen as you talk about the second part of that to because of elections changes in the federal judiciary and the state are fighting and it's very important when we talk about this all the time in the HL great but you are dealing here with most critical issue were facing life and death of children and states are coming forward. They are trying to pass laws to challenge the Roe V Wade, the Casey decision to get the Supreme Court to understand that its previous decisions were correct.
That is what is remarkable about the dissent in the case were dealing with here in the Sixth Circuit which was by a Pres. Trump appointee is calling out the error in the Supreme Court decisions that allowed or created what is a fake right to abortion that does not exist within the Constitution that he has called for justice. Justice only at that that this matter should be resolved at the state level, it should not be resolved by federal judges is likely 2021 your Sadducees move through. I would know that the case out of the soup is good to be heard.
It's on the merits of the Supreme Court, but that there's so much movement happening and I think that the the abortion industry. Celia basically states like Texas, effectively abortion has been is that ended in acute state your eye Jordan. What is happened is the states are thinking outside the box there taking cases that traditionally they would handle a certain way, like Texas and saying well. A private individual has arrived now to file a lawsuit to preserve life and I want add to to specifically ask you to please. I want to call out and in and in praise the dissenting opinion of Judge Stapp are in the six circuit opinion because I and decision because I thought it was so well reason, could you just talk about judge that part of dissent that was a Trump appointee who disagreed with the majority in that panel's decision is remarkable in that he did not pull any punches. He comes out and says that the two judgment priority both appointed by President Clinton are loaded decision to serve at the altar abortion.
I think those were his terms that this is what we've always called the abortion distortion decision to judge as reported by the Clinton in their final paragraph of decision. Although they said they are not being judicial activists noted that they are alarmed by decisions coming out of the court's discretion. Sixth Circuit which is a right to life and jumpstart bar he went through.
He explained how the Roe V Wade Casey decisions are built upon nothing and explained that it he has to follow the decisions as a lower court judge, but that it is time for the Supreme Court to re-examine those two decisions and to depart from and to end this created right to abortion, and that these matters need to be resolved and need to be resolved by state legislatures that can make decisions based upon what the people of those particular states want just like as we see now in South Dakota, which is always been very strong pro-life South Dakota. Since this is how things should be done here because it's what people want and that is the way the founders designed this country is for the states to be laboratories of experimentation to see what works doesn't work as we move towards a more perfect union, and especially dealing with the right to life of of innocent children who are being slaughtered in this country and throughout the world and particularly nowadays because of screening if they have down syndrome.
The odds of them being aborted or astronomical in Iceland. I think it's almost 100% diagnosis of Down syndrome, a possible down syndrome abortion. It's going on across the country. Here in United States. It's in the upper 60% where people are boarding their children just because they may have down syndrome and that is wrong, I mean no one way to look at it. It's a unique time.
It feels like a different time and he will bless you, you look at this it is this the moment the states are seizing the moment the pro-life movement is seizing the moment and I met some former head apply to former heads of Planned Parenthood on TV this morning. This is that they know the pressures on them to to protect their business.
Yet this is the moral issue of our lifetime. It will make future discussions about controversial issues like the death penalty pale into insignificance. What were debating we look at these laws. At what point can we prohibit an abortion debate is not only whether to kill an innocent human being, but at what point in their life is okay to kill them and that's that's a horrible debate even be having you appreciate is always a come on to explain this to everybody. I get ACLJ taking actually good ACLJ.org the blog is up. The brief will be there as well. She could see were filing. These are these are so important. When you put it all together. I mean I will get a fan in Washington DC because they this is all this happening at the state level, but obviously federal courts by this unique very important role.
So we seen that increasing in judges who are much more open to a pro-life position. I'd say the federal courts. Plus, governors who are not afraid to fight back. It's Planned Parenthood not did not buy these to your lease to drag their feet, sometimes even quotable pro-life covers because this cost restate resources billboard the people elect these governors think fight it out yet. I think creativity and the states had your name and I would say two things. The first one you've Artie set them in life is winning because we can see the development of life in the womb, but I think the other reason that life is when he Jordan is because think about the crazy radical position that the pro-abortion industry is now forced to defend their force to defend the ending of a life where there's a heartbeat, present, or because of the race or the genders had talked about the presence of a diagnosis of Down syndrome.
Jordan, that is not a position that the vast majority of the American people agree with and so if if there pro-abortion industry is out of step with the vast majority of the American people. Guess what they're going to lose in the end everything about this for fighting and tenancy were representing the people of the central state of South Dakota and the governor, no in the circuit Court of Appeals so folks front and center with the states doing creative things were there to defend and store and said the people want to be dependent were able to do it at no cost to the states because your support of the ACLJ ACLJ.only when a society can agree that the most vulnerable invoice. Is there any hope for that culture to survive.
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We had at the ACLJ about all the activities that we had you I think yesterday again I go back. Perfect example of everything working in place and those of you that are watching us on our social media platforms are listening to is a course on radio or podcast where my. Yesterday was a pretty interesting day for us.
Because here's what happened. We had a hearing before the House Ways and Means Committee at 11 o'clock Eastern achieving 11 o'clock Eastern time and we were hoping initially that it would be dealt with by the time Radiohead well it did not. I am doing that hearing in the room next door.
I was made a camera that I can show you the studio family pictures of the studio. I put up with a separate studio for those kind of things at the same time because the hearing went late Going, we were broadcasting our teams are muzzling the team here everybody was onset broadcasting out of the studio next-door simultaneously going to radio station social media platforms and television all over the world and at the same time going to link to Washington DC for hearing before the House Ways and Means Committee, BRS.
That's all going on at the same time we had cruise behind the glass. Here we had cruise in the in the studio right next door.
Then it was over about almost the halfway point of radio. I walk over during a break and come into the radio studio were that we could tell you exactly what happened in a major hearing that we just had Washington DC by zoom and again, none of this happens without you none the preparation manual that I had the trial notebook that was that big or broadcast themselves or the ability to broadcast it to Washington without your support. So I want to say thank you and I would get clips of the hearing yesterday up everywhere, but I thought this would be a good day is writing the month, just the days ahead. Thank you. Thank you.
Your support the ACLJ this year, every year but this year especially has been frankly incredible and we appreciated. I had a question for everybody here. I want to start with you on the political side of all of this the immigration think we callous administrations we work with them.
You worked for them and try to solve this immigration crisis. That's right.
And I think the demonstrations had the most success is the one who did it, not to Congress but through the executive power that exists in the present foreign policy diplomatic power thinking outside the box that it wasn't all about. We need to pass laws here will present truck had that on the table, a law that would've legalized millions of people who brought about the shadows to finish the wall Democrats and know that but didn't just say okay but we can do anything else. Slick started working diplomatically. People after many people have to remain in Mexico. They act like these. These countries are not sophisticated enough that if there partnering with the US.
We provide economic incentive that they have the security apparatuses and an infrastructure to provide for these people and kind of I figure out where they can best go some kind of REIT we really you put them in the new place that you're talking about relocating 60,000 people to be located by the same city right she takes where to where the needs at Central America where the needs of South America. It worked when you when you cut off that that that relationship all these countries can really do is warn you, and now they're saying even those warnings, the administration acts like they are caught off guard and surprised so this time around it a month from now or have longest group takes to get there.
60,000+3 times the amount that were there before no one by the whole idea of our caught off guard. This record speed record numbers of people don't get there overnight these or you can watch these caravans. They moving there moving through multiple countries violating all kinds of international law. Basically, at this point not one of them could make a legitimate asylum claim that I don't say that to be heartless, you cannot pass through a dozen countries and then way to make your silent claim in the United States. Of course that's what international law looks down on it says out that even if you have a legitimate claim you lost the right to do that claim. She went to countries you can claim asylum you been living in Chile for 10 years and allows people they had already been relocated and this is immigration is not asylum, and at the problem with asylum is that you get release back every Wilhite said] the refugee card from Chile and the del Rio Harry said this, I shoot the same thing is been multiple ministrations proponent Democrats applied wrestle with this issue and I think present from the probably most successful at it because he is a completely different approach, but this is got with this is not going away. I think that is correct, and and to piggyback on what Jordan has suggested I think Pres. has actually looked at pro actively heading off the problem before it grows.
Instead, the Biden administration appears to be shocked, shocked and surprised that open borders incentivize a flood of illegals.
Keep in mind that the DHS secretary has indeed claimed that the border is closed but now we are flooded with migrants and up to 20% of the illegals are suffering from a disease that is according to the DHS secretary and so it becomes this certainly outrageous to think about that while American citizens are increasingly facing a vaccine mandate virtually none of the 1.5 million illegals have been tested for Copan or other diseases. This is simply a Biden student prescriber of disease sex trafficking and human suffering. You know, it will also points out that a lot of that when they found those refugee card from Chile which means a bardic been granted some kind of status but I don't want to ignore the main side of this lesson feel terrible for these people, but I feel terrible for the way the American government salient you send a message to people that this is going to be an easy thing to come to America get across and it's not and they die along the way and they get subject to human traffickers and sex traffickers. That's not you may neither thing about the by demonstration. They canceled all of the previous administration policies, but they didn't put anything in their plants from the wall was canceled and yet the wall was working partly remain in Mexico which was a humane thing to do that in heaven living under a bridge. We also tied our aid to the northern tribal countries to them helping us by policing their own borders will all these policies like that of the Mexican law enforcement soldiers help us out. We had rapid deportation.
Every one of those things day were canceled by the by demonstration but and if you don't of laws and rules and regulations and policies. None of us work now and you have to have them wear a nation of laws and rules and regulations and policies. We work that way since the beginning of the Republic, the President and President Biden and his administration have simply rejected the trump implementations because their trump implementations and that said they have nothing to supersede them. Nothing to put in their place. Nothing to substitute except words analyze present boundaries take a list or a nationstate.
We have borders. The idea that we can open borders is something that I think is a tactical matter is this unsustainable. That was in two days ago for Pres. Obama, I greet you, but the idea is that you see his hesitancy still is because it seems like what we wish to have his open borders and when you act like you wish you could have the open borders you'll put policies in place that really close the border and because you feel bad or will whatever he notes is the policy issue and you create humanitarian nightmare for this trafficking labor teenage boys sex trafficking outward. Just people dying on these journeys harrowing varies because they think what they're being told by the smugglers.
Is this is the time to go and until we change our policies.
It looks like this is the time to go is the easiest time across the border in recent history there letting you out if you are part of one of those flood groups. It makes even more likely get into America forgot ACLJ on the frontlines protecting your freedom is defending your rights in court in Congress and in the public arena. The American Center for Law and Justice is on your side, you're already a member thinking. If you're not well this is the perfect time to stand with us, ACLJ.org, where you can learn more about our life-changing work, member today ACLJ