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Greg Abbott — ‘Texas is now arresting illegal invaders’… Posted by Kane on June 9, 2021 3:24 pm --Greg Abbott — ‘Texas is now arresting illegal invaders’… – CITIZEN FREE PRESS --https://citizenfreepress.com/breaking/greg-abbott-texas-is-now-arresting-illegal-invaders/ -RETRIEVED-Thu Jun 10 2021 01:24:15 GMT+0200 (Central European Summer Time)
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Joe Biden posted a particularly disgraceful, and overwrought tweet that day. “He’s using the American military against the American people,” the dishonest tweet read. “He tear-gassed peaceful protesters and fired rubber bullets. For a photo. For our children, for the very soul of our country, we must defeat him. But I mean it when I say this: we can only do it together.” He's using the American military against the American people. He tear-gassed peaceful protesters and fired rubber bullets. For a photo. For our children, for the very soul of our country, we must defeat him. But I mean it when I say this: we can only do it together. — Joe Biden (@JoeBiden) June 2, 2020 Biden seemed to be basing his comments on a false New York Times report that Trump had directed police and the National Guard to disperse peaceful protesters with flash-bang grenades and to deploy tear gas upon them. According to the IG investigation, “The evidence we obtained did not support a finding that the USPP cleared the park to allow the President to survey the damage and walk to St. John’s Church.” In reality, the protesters were being cleared so that anti-scale fencing could be installed in the wake of the violent riots of May 30-31, according to the report. The IG report described the violent lawlessness of the BLM/antifa rioters who not only damaged property, but sent law enforcement officers to the hospital with injuries. USPP officers reported that some protesters threw projectiles, such as bricks, rocks, caustic liquids, frozen water bottles, glass bottles, lit flares, rental scooters, and fireworks, at law enforcement officials. A DCNG major, who served as the DCNG liaison to the USPP on June 1, told us that “Saturday [May 30] … had been rather violent … [ and] it was riotous” and “Sunday [May 31] … was what I expected … people hrowing bottles, hurling [objects], shooting fireworks … at officers. Overall, 49 USPP officers were injured during the protests from May 29 to May 31, including one who underwent surgery for his injuries. The Secret Service and the DCNG also reported injuries to their personnel during this time. Damage to both Federal and private property also occurred during the protests. With respect to Lafayette Park, historic statues were vandalized with graffiti, and on May 31, the park’s comfort station was set on fire. A fire was also set in the basement at St. John’s Church on May 31. Nearby stores and businesses were looted. The riots near the White House got so out of control, President Trump had to be taken an underground bunker for safety. “The evidence we reviewed showed that the (Park Police) cleared the park to allow a contractor to safely install anti-scale fencing in response to destruction of Federal property and injury to officers that occurred on May 30 and May 31,” Greenblatt noted. “Moreover, the evidence established that relevant (Park Police) officials had made those decisions and had begun implementing the operational plan several hours before they knew of a potential presidential visit to the park, which occurred later that day,” the letter continued. “As such, we determined that the evidence did not support a finding that the (Park Police) cleared the park on June 1, 2020, so that then President Trump could enter the park.” The report did find fault with various law enforcement agencies for their lack of communication on the ground at the time. “Weaknesses in communication and coordination may have contributed to confusion during the operation,” the report noted in part. The IG also determined Bureau of Prisons officers fired the pepper balls, and that was “inconsistent with the guidance.” Trump thanked the inspector general for its report in a statement, saying he has been “Completely and Totally” exonerated. “Thank you to the Department of the Interior Inspector General for Completely and Totally exonerating me in the clearing of Lafayette Park!” the former president wrote. “As we have said all along, and it was backed up in today’s highly detailed and professionally written report, our fine Park Police made the decision to clear the park to allow a contractor to safely install antiscale fencing to protect from Antifa rioters, radical BLM protestors, and other violent demonstrators who are causing chaos and death to our cities.” “In this instance, they tried burning down the church the day before the clearing. Fortunately, we were there to stop the fire from spreading beyond the basement—and it was our great honor and privilege to do so. Again, thank you to the Inspector General!” Trump concluded. --IG Report: President Trump Did NOT Order the Park Police to Clear Out ‘Peaceful Protesters’ With Tear Gas For a Photo Op › American Greatness --https://amgreatness.com/2021/06/09/ig-report-president-trump-did-not-order-the-park-police-to-clear-out-peaceful-protesters-with-tear-gas-for-a-photo-op/ -RETRIEVED-Thu Jun 10 2021 00:58:37 GMT+0200 (Central European Summer Time)
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Beijing Biden Revokes Trump Bans on Chi-Com-Owned TikTok, WeChat President Joe Biden on Wednesday withdrew a series of Trump-era executive orders that sought to ban new downloads of WeChat and TikTok, and ordered a Commerce Department review of security concerns posed by those apps and others. The administration of former President Donald Trump had attempted to block new users from downloading the apps and ban other technical transactions that Chinese-owned TikTok and WeChat both said would effectively block the apps' use in the United States. The courts blocked those orders, which never took effect. A separate U.S. national security review of TikTok launched in late 2019 remains active and ongoing, a White House official said, declining to offer any details. The White House remains very concerned about the data risks of TikTok users, another administration official told reporters. TikTok declined to comment. WeChat did not immediately comment. Biden's new executive order revokes the WeChat and TikTok orders Trump issued in August, along with another in January that targeted eight other communications and financial technology software applications. The January order directed officials to ban transactions with eight Chinese apps including Ant Group's Alipay and Tencent Holdings Ltd's QQ Wallet and WeChat pay; no bans have been issued to date. The Trump administration contended that WeChat and TikTok posed national security concerns with the threat that the sensitive personal data of U.S. users could be collected by China’s government. Both TikTok, which has over 100 million users in the United States, and WeChat have denied posing national security concerns. The Trump administration had appealed judicial orders blocking the bans on TikTok and WeChat, but after Biden took office in January, the U.S. Justice Department asked to pause the appeals. A spokesman for the U.S. Department of Justice declined to comment. Status reports are due in the appeals cases on Friday. Biden's order says collecting of data from Americans "threatens to provide foreign adversaries with access to that information." The order directs the Commerce Department to "evaluate on a continuing basis" any transactions that "pose an undue risk of catastrophic effects on the security or resiliency of the critical infrastructure or digital economy of the United States." Republican Senator Josh Hawley said on Twitter the withdrawal of the Trump orders are "a major mistake - shows alarming complacency regarding #China’s access to Americans’ personal information, as well as #China’s growing corporate influence." Biden's executive order also directs the Commerce Department within 120 days to make recommendations to protect U.S. data acquired or accessible by companies controlled by foreign adversaries. Last week, Biden signed an executive order that bans U.S. investment in certain Chinese companies in the defense and surveillance technology sectors. The order replaced a similar Trump-era order that did not withstand legal scrutiny. --Biden Revokes TikTok, WeChat Bans and Orders Security Review | Newsmax.com --https://www.newsmax.com/headline/cos-exe-gen-gentop/2021/06/09/id/1024470/ -RETRIEVED-Thu Jun 10 2021 00:16:18 GMT+0200 (Central European Summer Time)
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Joe Biden posted a particularly disgraceful, and overwrought tweet that day. “He’s using the American military against the American people,” the dishonest tweet read. “He tear-gassed peaceful protesters and fired rubber bullets. For a photo. For our children, for the very soul of our country, we must defeat him. But I mean it when I say this: we can only do it together.” He's using the American military against the American people. He tear-gassed peaceful protesters and fired rubber bullets. For a photo. For our children, for the very soul of our country, we must defeat him. But I mean it when I say this: we can only do it together. — Joe Biden (@JoeBiden) June 2, 2020 Biden seemed to be basing his comments on a false New York Times report that Trump had directed police and the National Guard to disperse peaceful protesters with flash-bang grenades and to deploy tear gas upon them. According to the IG investigation, “The evidence we obtained did not support a finding that the USPP cleared the park to allow the President to survey the damage and walk to St. John’s Church.” In reality, the protesters were being cleared so that anti-scale fencing could be installed in the wake of the violent riots of May 30-31, according to the report. The IG report described the violent lawlessness of the BLM/antifa rioters who not only damaged property, but sent law enforcement officers to the hospital with injuries. USPP officers reported that some protesters threw projectiles, such as bricks, rocks, caustic liquids, frozen water bottles, glass bottles, lit flares, rental scooters, and fireworks, at law enforcement officials. A DCNG major, who served as the DCNG liaison to the USPP on June 1, told us that “Saturday [May 30] … had been rather violent … [ and] it was riotous” and “Sunday [May 31] … was what I expected … people hrowing bottles, hurling [objects], shooting fireworks … at officers. Overall, 49 USPP officers were injured during the protests from May 29 to May 31, including one who underwent surgery for his injuries. The Secret Service and the DCNG also reported injuries to their personnel during this time. Damage to both Federal and private property also occurred during the protests. With respect to Lafayette Park, historic statues were vandalized with graffiti, and on May 31, the park’s comfort station was set on fire. A fire was also set in the basement at St. John’s Church on May 31. Nearby stores and businesses were looted. The riots near the White House got so out of control, President Trump had to be taken an underground bunker for safety. “The evidence we reviewed showed that the (Park Police) cleared the park to allow a contractor to safely install anti-scale fencing in response to destruction of Federal property and injury to officers that occurred on May 30 and May 31,” Greenblatt noted. “Moreover, the evidence established that relevant (Park Police) officials had made those decisions and had begun implementing the operational plan several hours before they knew of a potential presidential visit to the park, which occurred later that day,” the letter continued. “As such, we determined that the evidence did not support a finding that the (Park Police) cleared the park on June 1, 2020, so that then President Trump could enter the park.” The report did find fault with various law enforcement agencies for their lack of communication on the ground at the time. “Weaknesses in communication and coordination may have contributed to confusion during the operation,” the report noted in part. The IG also determined Bureau of Prisons officers fired the pepper balls, and that was “inconsistent with the guidance.” Trump thanked the inspector general for its report in a statement, saying he has been “Completely and Totally” exonerated. “Thank you to the Department of the Interior Inspector General for Completely and Totally exonerating me in the clearing of Lafayette Park!” the former president wrote. “As we have said all along, and it was backed up in today’s highly detailed and professionally written report, our fine Park Police made the decision to clear the park to allow a contractor to safely install antiscale fencing to protect from Antifa rioters, radical BLM protestors, and other violent demonstrators who are causing chaos and death to our cities.” “In this instance, they tried burning down the church the day before the clearing. Fortunately, we were there to stop the fire from spreading beyond the basement—and it was our great honor and privilege to do so. Again, thank you to the Inspector General!” Trump concluded. --IG Report: President Trump Did NOT Order the Park Police to Clear Out ‘Peaceful Protesters’ With Tear Gas For a Photo Op › American Greatness --https://amgreatness.com/2021/06/09/ig-report-president-trump-did-not-order-the-park-police-to-clear-out-peaceful-protesters-with-tear-gas-for-a-photo-op/ -RETRIEVED-Thu Jun 10 2021 00:58:37 GMT+0200 (Central European Summer Time)
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Beijing Biden Revokes Trump Bans on Chi-Com-Owned TikTok, WeChat President Joe Biden on Wednesday withdrew a series of Trump-era executive orders that sought to ban new downloads of WeChat and TikTok, and ordered a Commerce Department review of security concerns posed by those apps and others. The administration of former President Donald Trump had attempted to block new users from downloading the apps and ban other technical transactions that Chinese-owned TikTok and WeChat both said would effectively block the apps' use in the United States. The courts blocked those orders, which never took effect. A separate U.S. national security review of TikTok launched in late 2019 remains active and ongoing, a White House official said, declining to offer any details. The White House remains very concerned about the data risks of TikTok users, another administration official told reporters. TikTok declined to comment. WeChat did not immediately comment. Biden's new executive order revokes the WeChat and TikTok orders Trump issued in August, along with another in January that targeted eight other communications and financial technology software applications. The January order directed officials to ban transactions with eight Chinese apps including Ant Group's Alipay and Tencent Holdings Ltd's QQ Wallet and WeChat pay; no bans have been issued to date. The Trump administration contended that WeChat and TikTok posed national security concerns with the threat that the sensitive personal data of U.S. users could be collected by China’s government. Both TikTok, which has over 100 million users in the United States, and WeChat have denied posing national security concerns. The Trump administration had appealed judicial orders blocking the bans on TikTok and WeChat, but after Biden took office in January, the U.S. Justice Department asked to pause the appeals. A spokesman for the U.S. Department of Justice declined to comment. Status reports are due in the appeals cases on Friday. Biden's order says collecting of data from Americans "threatens to provide foreign adversaries with access to that information." The order directs the Commerce Department to "evaluate on a continuing basis" any transactions that "pose an undue risk of catastrophic effects on the security or resiliency of the critical infrastructure or digital economy of the United States." Republican Senator Josh Hawley said on Twitter the withdrawal of the Trump orders are "a major mistake - shows alarming complacency regarding #China’s access to Americans’ personal information, as well as #China’s growing corporate influence." Biden's executive order also directs the Commerce Department within 120 days to make recommendations to protect U.S. data acquired or accessible by companies controlled by foreign adversaries. Last week, Biden signed an executive order that bans U.S. investment in certain Chinese companies in the defense and surveillance technology sectors. The order replaced a similar Trump-era order that did not withstand legal scrutiny. --Biden Revokes TikTok, WeChat Bans and Orders Security Review | Newsmax.com --https://www.newsmax.com/headline/cos-exe-gen-gentop/2021/06/09/id/1024470/ -RETRIEVED-Thu Jun 10 2021 00:16:18 GMT+0200 (Central European Summer Time)
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