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Excommunicate Andrew Cuomo for Legalizing Abortions Up to Birth

#Politics Target: Andrew Cuomo Region: United States of America Website: www.lifenews.com This week, pro-abortion Governor Andrew Cuomo signed a bill legalizing abortions up to birth in New York. The bill would: * allowing abortions UP TO BIRTH * no protections for babies BORN ALIVE after botched abortions * non-doctors can kill babies in abortions * a baby is NOT CONSIDERED A HUMAN BEING under law until birth * prohibits ANY pro-life laws Yet Governor Cuomo calls himself a Catholic and says he is a member in good standing of the Catholic Church. Excommunicate Andrew Cuomo for Legalizing Abortions Up to Birth

President Donald J. Trump Calls on Congress to Secure our Borders and Protect the American People

Quote:  Now is the time—this is the moment—to finally secure the border and create the lawful and safe immigration system Americans, and those wanting to become Americans, deserve. Donald J. Trump President of the United States THE CRISIS FACING OUR COUNTRY: We are facing a growing national security and humanitarian crisis at our Southern Border. This crisis is only worsening as 2,000 inadmissible migrants arrive at our border every day and overwhelm our immigration system. We do not have the resources needed to hold them, and legal loopholes and activist court rulings prevent authorities from promptly returning them. Immigration courts are overwhelmed, with a backlog of over 800,000 cases. We must secure our border to protect our communities and make sure no more Americans fall victim to crimes committed by illegal aliens. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) has arrested 266,000 aliens with criminal records in the last two years. This includes aliens charged or convicted of 100,000 assaults, nearly 30,000 sex crimes, and 4,000 violent killings. Deadly drugs are flowing across our borders, taking far too many American lives. 300 Americans die every week from heroin, 90 percent of which comes across our Southern Border. We are facing a humanitarian crisis as human smugglers exploit our immigration system for profit and drive migrants to make the treacherous journey north to the border. 1 in 3 migrant women are sexually assaulted on the dangerous trek to the border. 20,000 migrant children were illegally smuggled into the country last month alone. RESOURCES NEEDED: The Trump Administration has requested additional funds relative to the Homeland Security funding bill that passed the Senate Appropriations Committee. The Administration has requested $5.7 billion for construction of approximately 234 miles of new steel barrier on the Southern Border, a $4.1 billion increase over the Senate bill. To protect our communities, the Administration requested $675 million to deter and detect narcotics, weapons, and other materials crossing our borders. Among the Administration’s requests for more resources are: $211 million to hire 750 additional Border Patrol agents $571 million for 2,000 additional ICE personnel $4.2 billion for 52,000 detention beds, personnel, transportation, and detention alternatives $563 million for 75 additional immigration judges and support staff TIME TO ACT: President Trump is calling on Congress to fulfill their duty to the American people and finally take action to secure the border. The President is calling on Congress to stop the political games and come together and address the crisis we are facing. Congress has a responsibility to protect the safety and security of the American people and it needs to meet that responsibility by providing the funding needed to secure the border.

President Donald J. Trump Is Fighting to Eradicate Human Trafficking

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Issued on: January 9, 2019

All News Quote: This is an urgent humanitarian issue. My administration is committed to leveraging every resource we have to confront this threat, to support the victims and survivors, and to hold traffickers accountable for their heinous crimes. Donald J. Trump President of the United States.

 

COMMITTED TO ERADICATING HUMAN TRAFFICKING: President Trump has signed four bills in recent weeks that demonstrate the bipartisan commitment to end human trafficking.

 

Today, the President is signing the Trafficking Victims Protection Reauthorization Act (S. 1862) which tightens criteria for whether countries are meeting standards for eliminating trafficking. The President signed the Abolish Human Trafficking Act in December, which strengthens programs supporting survivors and resources for combating modern slavery. President Trump signed the Frederick Douglass Trafficking Victims Prevention and Protection Reauthorization Act, authorizing $430 million to fight sex and labor trafficking. The President signed the Trafficking Victims Protection Act (S. 1312), establishing new prevention, prosecution, and collaboration initiative to bring human traffickers to justice. In addition to these efforts, Congress needs to pass legislation that strengthens border security and prevents human trafficking in all forms.

 

GOVERNMENT-WIDE EFFORT: President Donald J. Trump has dedicated the full resources of his Administration to work towards ending human trafficking.

 

The President’s Interagency Task Force to Monitor and Combat Trafficking in Persons is working across the United States Government to prosecute traffickers, protect victims, and prevent these crimes before they take place. In one of his first acts in office, President Trump signed an executive order to combat transnational criminal organizations that engage in international trafficking and exploit people. The Administration is fully enforcing our laws to ensure human traffickers receive the full measure of justice they deserve. In FY 2018, Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE), Homeland Security Investigations (HSI) made 1588 Human Trafficking arrests while identifying and assisting 308 victims of the same heinous crime. ICE-HSI also made over 4,000 criminal arrests for human smuggling violations. 1543 of the 1588 arrests HSI made in FY 2018 for human trafficking were for sex trafficking violations. The new United States Mexico-Canada Agreement (USMCA) negotiated by President Trump includes tough forced-labor provisions. The Department of Labor has led efforts to combat child labor, forced labor, and human trafficking by cataloging goods made with forced labor and child labor and developing tools for companies and other stakeholders to address these abuses in their global supply chains. Reaffirming this Administration’s commitment to abolish modern slavery, President Trump proclaimed January 2019 as National Slavery and Human Trafficking Prevention Month.

 

THE HUMAN TRAFFICKING THREAT: The heinous crime of human trafficking is a horrific assault on human dignity that impacts people here in the United States and around the world.

 

There are nearly 25 million victims of human trafficking worldwide. In the United States, more than 8,500 human trafficking cases were reported to the National Human Trafficking Hotline last year alone.