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Majority of Voters Want Immigration Halted, More Hispanics Support Moratorium Than White People

The Washington Post poll also revealed that 65 percent of all voters want all immigration to the United States to be put on pause.

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While the majority of voters across the board support halting immigration due to the coronavirus, Hispanic voters are more in favor of a moratorium than white voters are.

A new poll from the Washington Post revealed that 65 percent of all voters want all immigration to the United States to be put on pause.

When asked “Would you support or oppose temporarily blocking nearly all immigration into the United States during the coronavirus outbreak?” approximately 65 percent of Americans said they favored the idea. Only 34 percent opposed an immigration moratorium while one percent did not have an opinion on the matter.

Though immigration moratoriums are often branded “racist” when pitched by Republicans, the pollsters found that 67 percent of white voters supported one, as well as 69 percent of hispanic voters.

 

When looking at the numbers along party lines, Democrats were split with 49 percent supporting, 49 percent opposing, and one percent with no opinion.

Among independents, 67 percent support hitting pause.

 

The latest survey from the Pew Research Center and Ipsos polling also revealed that more than 8-in-10 Americans call mass migration a “threat” to the U.S.

The survey found that 42 percent of Americans believe mass migration is a “major threat” to the U.S., an additional 39 percent believe it is a “minor threat,” while less than 20 percent see no threat from mass migration.

When broken down by party, nearly six-in-ten Republican voters and 29 percent of Democrats believe mass migration is a major threat to the nation.

President Donald Trump issued a 60 day halt on immigration earlier this month in response to the coronavirus.

“This will ensure that unemployed Americans of all backgrounds will be first in line for jobs as our economy reopens,” the president said at the White House coronavirus briefing last Wednesday. “We will also preserve our health care resources for American patients. We have to take care of our patients and our great American workers and that’s what we are doing.”

The Washington Post poll was conducted nationally between April 21 and 26 and surveyed 1,008 adults.

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Twitter’s Comms Director — Kamala Harris’ Former Press Secretary — Says Platform Has Ordered Trump Campaign to Delete Tweet

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The communications director for Twitter, who happens to be Kamala Harris’ former press secretary, tweeted on Wednesday that the platform has required President Donald Trump’s campaign delete a tweet containing an interview with the president from their official account.

Communications Director Nick Pacilio wrote that “the original Tweet from @TeamTrump is in violation of the Twitter Rules on COVID-19 misinformation, and we’ve required removal.”

The removal order comes after President Donald Trump quote tweeted their post, which was a video that they say contained “coronavirus misinformation.” During the interview, President Trump stated that kids are “almost immune” to Covid-19.

“The Tweet you referenced is in violation of the Twitter Rules on COVID-19 misinformation. The account owner will be required to remove the tweet before they can tweet again,” Twitter said in a statement to USA TODAY.

Facebook has also removed the video, citing a similar reason.

“This video includes false claims that a group of people is immune from COVID-19 which is a violation of our policies around harmful COVID misinformation,” Facebook said in a statement.

The interview in question was with Fox & Friends and aired Wednesday morning.

When asked during the White House briefing later that day about his assertion, Trump said: “If you look at children, they are able to throw it off very easily and it’s an amazing thing, because some flus they don’t, they get very sick. … They seem to be able to handle it very well, and that’s according to every statistic.”

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VIDEOS: Black Lives Matter Mob Attacks White Woman’s Car in DC, Are Now Attempting to Dox Her

The ridiculous and petulant mob was crying to the police to arrest her after climbing on the hood of her car while others surrounded and banged on it.

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A mob of entitled Black Lives Matter brats attacked the car of a white woman trying to drive through DC’s Georgetown neighborhood on Saturday and are now trying to dox her.

The ridiculous and petulant mob was crying to the police to arrest her after climbing on the hood of her car while others surrounded and banged on it.

One of the members of the mob, Julia Clark, tweeted multiple videos of her group terrorizing the woman along with a rant about how they were some how in the right in this situation.

“Tonight @concernedofdc led a siren/noise pollution protest where we blocked off streets in Georgetown. The police presence was heavy. As we blocked off streets we demanded that people turn around. This was a minor inconvenience for this affluent white neighborhood,” Clark wrote. “As we blocked streets, certain drivers got annoyed and attempted to maneuver their way around us. This particular white woman tried to cut through a gas station. Me and a couple other protestors stood in front of her car and demanded she turn around. Instead she steps on the gas.”

Clark continued on to write that “finally cops come but instead of arresting this woman, or asking for her ID, registration, etc., they turn towards us and begin pushing us. We are BEGGING them to arrest this woman who just tried to run over protestors repeatedly.”

The absurd activist complained that police let the woman go home instead of arresting her, like they wanted.

“I am exhausted. My hands are shaking. I am angry. As the nation returns to complacency, we are still out here. We are still being killed. We are still being brutalized. For every second our nation forget about us we get angrier. WE DESERVE MORE. WE NEED MORE.”

Clark went on to call for the woman to be doxed, tweeting that “police didn’t do shit. They have never done shit. Will never do shit. And will never BE shit. Fuck the police. This is a hate crime. Find this woman.”

Despite calling for targeted harassment and doxing, Clark has not been suspended from Twitter.

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VIDEO: All Lives Matter and Black Lives Matter Protesters Engage in Armed Standoff in Oregon

Dueling “All Lives Matter” and “Black Lives Matter” protests in Eugene ended with eight arrests and massive property damage.

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A confrontation in Oregon culminated in guns being pulled by Black Lives Matter and All Lives Matter protesters.

On Sunday, there were dueling “All Lives Matter” and “Black Lives Matter” protests in Eugene, which ended with eight arrests and massive property damage.

The Black Lives Matter activists were out in solidarity with Portland rioters, who have been tearing apart their city for nearly 60 days straight. They were met by a patriotic counter protest.

The Register Guard reports that “things boiled over when a counter-protester tried to cross through the protester’s line, protesters pushed back and a physical fight ensued between the two groups.”

“Even before this, one counter protester had pulled out what appeared to be a Taser and used it on people in the crowd a little before 9 p.m.,” the report continued. “At one point a shot was fired into the air, and a University of Oregon Daily Emerald journalist also captured a short video showing a man in a truck and a protester clad in black pointing guns at each other.”

The shocking altercation was captured on video by Daily Emerald reporter C. Francis O’Leary.

The stand off ended without violence, but Black Lives Matter activists went on to destroy a large area nearby, vandalizing multiple businesses.

 

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