83% of Hispanics Support President Trump’s Policies to END “Sanctuary Cities”…

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The Federation for American Immigration Reform (FAIR) released a new poll on Tuesday that was conducted in 11 swing states and found overwhelming support among Americans for President Trump’s policies regarding sanctuary cities.

The poll, which was conducted by Zogby Analytics, found that “77 percent of voters in the 11 states want the Senate to pass the No Sanctuary for Criminals Act.”

The 11 states that were polled include Florida, Indiana, Kentucky, Michigan, Missouri, Montana, North Dakota, Ohio, Pennsylvania, West Virginia, and Wisconsin.

The Washington Examiner highlighted what might be most surprising finding from the poll, which is, “83 percent of Hispanics want the sanctuaries to obey federal demands to cooperate with Immigration and Customs Enforcement and turn over illegals sought for deportation, according to the survey from the Federation for American Immigration Reform.”

The No Sanctuary for Criminals Act has already passed the House and is waiting for action…

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Condemnation Statement On The Rohingya Genocide

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This topic has been discussed time and again at The Human Lens. So here we are at it again as the past two weeks have not exactly been a picnic for the Rohingya community for its been under fresh wave of attacks. Gross human rights abuses were committed by the Myanmar military regime as  nearly 90,000 Rohingya fled to Bangladesh.

Many human rights groups have raised concerns on the Burmese military’s use of violence against Rohingya refugees.

A Bangkok-based rights group Fortify Rights published harrowing eye-witness accounts from Rohingya who escaped the village of Chut Pyin in Rathedaung township where they alleged that around 200 Rohingya men, women and children had been killed by Myanmar’s security forces and local ethnic-Rakhine villagers. The group cites accounts of the soldiers arresting Rohingya men and burning them to death in bamboo huts.

Other groups are concerned how the latest military action has disrupted the Rohingya refugees who…

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