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America First Candidate Joey Salads Runs Illegal Alien Social Experiment at Bernie Sanders Rally

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Congressional candidate Joseph “Joey Salads” Saladino recently launched a social experiment a Bernie Sanders for President rally in Long Island City on October 19.

During the experiment, Saladino asked people if they were willing to house illegal aliens.

The responses were overwhelmingly “no”.

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“I wanted to do this to point out that the kind of people who support mass illegal migration don’t really care about the people, they just care about the social status it brings to support illegals. Even at the expense of other Americans,” Saladino claimed.

Saladino noted some of the inconsistencies of Sanders’ immigration positions over the years.

Back in 2016, Sanders came out strongly against legal and illegal immigration. However, now he’s struggling to punch through to the top in the primary, he’s surrendered that pro-labor stance in favor of extreme progressive, anti-labor mass migration. I’m confident that most people there weren’t aware of his stance.

“Has anyone asked AOC about Sander’s immigration flip-flop?” Saladino continued. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez blocked Saladino a few months ago, which caused Saladino to file a lawsuit to change that.

Saladino made his position clear: “Regular Americans should not be forced to pay for illegal aliens, or welfare for legal immigrants when Americans are suffering now already.”

He also supports building the wall, prohibiting the use of welfare for immigrants, and common-sense reforms like the RAISE Act and E-Verify.

Indeed, immigration is a hot button issue for America and the rest of the West, for that matter.

With mass migration already causing harmful effects in Europe, the issue has been at the top of the public policy radar since the Brexit vote occurred in 2016.

Donald Trump’s election in America has only reinforced this trend.

Saladino’s campaign has noticed this, and is positioning their candidate as the America First option for New York’s District 11.

For voters in this district, Saladino is the only candidate that puts worker and small business interests first.

 

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Dallas County Commissioners Vote to Place Limits on Activist Judge Clay Jenkins’ MASSIVE Power Grab

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On Tuesday, April 7, 2020, Dallas County commissioners voted to restrict County Judge Clay Jenkins’ emergency powers.

They argued that they were unaware of certain sensitive decisions taken by Jenkins.

These Commissioners voted to have Jenkins inform all four of commissioners and allow them to meet up before deciding to impose more restrictions on essential businesses. On top of that, they required him to obtain a majority vote before extending the shelter-in-place order beyond April 30, 2020.

Ever since March 19, Jenkins has issued a number of orders which included limits on group gatherings and a shelter-in-place order that compelled non-essential businesses and services to shut down two weeks ago.

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On April 3, 2020, commissioners approved the extension of the disaster declaration until May 20. Additionally, Jenkins announced on Twitter that he would extend stay-at-home orders until April 30.

The restrictions were weakened after a four-hour meeting. Jenkins even hinted before the vote that the originally proposed restrictions were “dangerous” and would keep him from acting decisively during a pandemic.

“We’re just not going to be able to get things done if we stop and have a two- or three-hour meeting every day on things like whether or not people should solicit at your home or not,” Jenkins said before the vote took place.

Commissioner John Wiley Price, who represents a large portion of southern Dallas, declared that there’s been a “throat choke” on his constituents during the past few weeks.

Price said he was “incensed” by decisions Jenkins took unilaterally.

“If you can confer with 250 people every day, or every other day, then you can confer with us,” Price said to Jenkins.

Price has advocated for pawn shops and check-cashing businesses to be reopened, saying people in the communities he represents would benefit from the re-opening of the economy.

Jenkins ordered on April 6, 2020 that those businesses could open up their doors provided that they implement certain social distancing policies and follow consumer protection measures laid out in his amended order.

Commissioner J.J. Koch, who put forward the amendment to restrict Jenkins’ power, said he was of the opinion that it was “prudent” for commissioners to vote on these issues together.

“It’s a little bit concerning that there are still pieces that have to be addressed this late in the game at such a rapid pace,” Koch stated. “We shouldn’t be in this place.”

Commissioner Theresa Daniel said her colleagues need to be in the loop when it comes to making decisions due to the resources they can offer.

“What I see in this is not that we are putting barricades or barriers to progress or addressing issues that must be addressed,” Daniels commented. “We agree with you and appreciate all those efforts, but we are a part of this county, we are a part of these decisions, and we have not been kept in the loop.”

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