Cages Were Obama’s Idea, Twitter Labeling and 2 Brave Heroes Named

Obama Had the Idea to Use Cages for Children, Not Trump

Dealing with children of illegal immigrants is a hot button topic. Regardless of how you feel about it, it is important to know the facts.

President Trump has been getting a lot of backlash lately over this issue. Meanwhile, the Left is claiming it was his idea to place children in cages. If they did a little research they would discover that it was actually former president and Dem golden child Obama who implemented this policy way back in 2015. Obama put unaccompanied immigrant children in holding camps until a shelter was found for them.

Obama’s executive associate director of ICE confirmed this on Wednesday when he spoke out. He mentioned the fact that the facilities children are currently being housed are the same exact ones that were built during the Obama administration.

Is the Left blaming the wrong person? Not really hard to imagine, is it?

Twitter to Start Labeling Trump’s Tweets

Twitter announced on Thursday that they would start labeling tweets that it deems inappropriate or in violation of their rules. The new policy applies to President Trump and other world leaders. The new change of policy will only affect accounts that belong to verified users, people who have more than 100,000 followers and political figures.

It’s merely another example of the anti-Right bias that exists on social media. They haven’t said who will be monitoring these tweets or how they will ensure that it is done fairly. We’ll have to wait and see how “fair and balanced” Twitter is when tagging inappropriate tweets.

Soldiers Who Died in Afghanistan Identified

As we promised our readers yesterday, we have an update on the two soldiers who passed away due to injuries they sustained during a combat operation.

Master Sgt. Micheal B. Riley, 32, a Green Beret originally from Heilbronn, Germany, was part of the 10th Special Forces Group in Fort Carson, Colorado. He had been to Afghanistan five times prior to his most recent deployment. Riley also received the Bronze Star and the Meritorious Service Medal.

Sgt. James G. Johnston, 24, was from Trumansburg, New York, and was part of the 79th Ordnance Battalion. Johnston enlisted in 2013 and was the recipient of the Purple Heart and Bronze Star.

Our hearts and prayers go out to these two brave soldiers’ families, friends, and associated service members.

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