The bodies of two migrants were found on a Texas highway following a possible human smuggling attempt gone awry earlier this month, authorities say.

On June 12, a motorist alerted police about bodies lying on an Interstate 10 on-ramp near Van Horn in West Texas.

Responding authorities found a deceased man and woman at the scene and an investigation was launched by U.S. Border Patrol and the Culberson County Sheriff’s Office.

Fingerprint checks revealed the individuals to be Edgar Vividor-Rodriguez, a citizen of Mexico, and Rosenda Gomez-Lopez, a citizen of Guatemala.

Both were determined to have entered the United States illegally.

Authorities believe “the individuals may have passed away from heat exposure or dehydration and were subsequently pushed from a vehicle” during a smuggling attempt, Homeland Security Investigations (HSI) explained in a press release.

Autopsy results are still pending, according to the most current available updates.

“Human smugglers are heinous individuals who profit from smuggling undocumented migrants without prejudice and with a clear disregard of whether the people on whom they prey end up paying the final price,” Frank B. Burrola, special agent in charge of HSI El Paso, said in a statement.

“Homeland Security Investigations is laser focused on ensuring human smugglers face the consequences of their reprehensible actions.”

HSI El Paso is leading the ongoing investigation.

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Footage out of a Veterans Affairs clinic in Atlanta, Ga., shows the moment a staff member attacked a 73-year-old Vietnam veteran, leaving him with contusions and a brain bleed.

The incident happened in late April, and footage obtained via a FOIA request by WSB-TV shows the altercation between VA “patient advocate” Lawrence F. Gaillard Jr. and elderly veteran Phillip Webb at the VA Clinic at Fort McPherson.

According to reports, Webb, who was at the clinic to discuss a hernia surgery, was in a waiting room and knocked on a clinic door to inform them he need to use the restroom.

The footage shows Gaillard point his finger at Webb, who then pushes it aside and out of his face, prompting the two to start grappling.

Gaillard next overpowered Webb and began choking him, before throwing him to the floor. Gaillard is then seen stomping on Webb, following it up with another kick to his head.

“Webb was hospitalized for three days with a brain bleed,” WSB-TV reports.

Photos show the extent of Webb’s injuries:

“He was Mike Tyson-ing me there,” Webb later said in an interview with WSB-TV, adding he could not remember the full altercation. “I’m just stunned. I don’t know what to say.”

“I guess he got upset because I hit at his door,” Webb added.

The Atlanta-Journal Constitution reports Gaillard was arrested following the altercation and was released on a $10,000 bond after the US Attorney’s Office dropped charges against him citing “jurisdictional issues” and transferred the case to the Fulton County District Attorney.

In a statement to WSB-TV, the VA said:

“We are horrified at the video of a V.A. employee assaulting a Veteran at the Atlanta VA Health Care System on April 28. This disturbing behavior is contrary to our core values of treating Veterans with the dignity and respect they deserve. We take this matter seriously and will cooperate fully with Fulton County law enforcement.”

Gaillard was reportedly fired on March 23, nearly a month after the incident, however, the VA confirmed on Monday to multiple news sources that Gaillard is currently still employed.

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Mexican President Andrés Manuel López Obrador (AMLO) said he’ll ask Joe Biden to evaluate the case against WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange, saying it’s an “embarrassment for the whole world” that he’s “treated worse than a criminal” for doing true journalism.

“Julian Assange is the best journalist of our time in the world and he has been treated very unfairly, worse than a criminal — this is an embarrassment to the world,” Obrador said Tuesday during a news conference in Mexico City.

Assange is awaiting extradition to the U.S. from the Belmarsh prison in London, England, where he’ll face espionage charges for exposing classified military documents revealing a slew of wrongdoing by the U.S. government during the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan.

“And freedoms? Are we going to remove the Statue of Liberty from New York?” Obrador asked.

“Yes, I am going to ask Joe Biden to address the case of the founder of WikiLeaks. Humanism must prevail. Mexico opens the doors to Julian Assange in case it is decided to release him,” he added.

After exposing the U.S. government’s war crimes in Afghanistan and Iraq in 2011, Assange was charged under the Espionage Act in a politically motivated attack on free speech.

The UK government approved Assange’s extradition last week, which Assange has 14 days to appeal. If convicted in the U.S, he faces up to 175 years in prison.

Notably, the U.S. government plotted to assassinate Assange while he was sitting in prison, which former U.S. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo has been asked to answer for by a Spanish court.

AMLO said in January that he had requested a pardon of Assange from Trump before he left office.

Obrador is scheduled to meet with Joe Biden in July.

AMLO’s full remarks (in Spanish):


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On Tuesday, the Supreme Court affirmed the unconstitutionality of school tuition assistance programs discriminating against students who want to attend religious schools – upholding the very essence of the First Amendment’s freedom of religion clause.

The decision, divided 6-3 along party lines, triggered far-left liberals at CNN, who screeched that majority-conservative SCOTUS justices were “bolstering religious rights” and “deciding cases on the side of religious liberties.”

Famed masturbator Jeffrey Toobin whined the court’s decision goes against the First Amendment’s Establishment Clause, which prohibits government from establishing a state religion, claiming the court’s conservative majority was “breaking down” the distinction between that clause and the “free exercise” of religion clause.

CNN legal analyst Jennifer Rodgers claimed the decision violated the Bill of Right’s separation between church and state, complaining the conservative SCOTUS majority was “elevating freedom of religious expression – the ‘free exercise’ clause – above the notion of the establishment clause,” adding, “It’s all breaking down.”

Toobin also worried the court’s decision moves the country closer toward a voucher system that awards funds to students, rather than school systems, and allows them to pick their own schools.

“That would be, many public school advocates say, a death sentence to public schools in this country,” he claimed.

SCOTUSblog’s Amy Howe broke down the background developments that culminated in the court’s decision Tuesday:

The dispute before the court in Carson v. Makin began as a challenge to the system that Maine uses to provide a free public education to school-aged children. In some of the state’s rural and sparsely populated areas, school districts opt not to run their own secondary schools. Instead, they choose one of two options: sending students to other public or private schools that the district designates, or paying tuition at the public or private school that each student selects. But in the latter case, state law allows government funds to be used only at schools that are nonsectarian – that is, schools that do not provide religious instruction.

Two Maine families went to court, arguing that the exclusion of schools that provide religious instruction violates the Constitution. On Tuesday, the justices agreed. Roberts suggested that the court’s decision was an “unremarkable” application of the justices’ prior decisions in two other recent cases: Trinity Lutheran Church v. Comer, in which the justices ruled that Missouri could not exclude a church from a program to provide grants to non-profits to install playgrounds made from recycled tires, and Espinoza v. Montana Department of Revenue, holding that if states opt to subsidize private education, they cannot exclude private schools from receiving those funds simply because they are religious.

In this case, Roberts explained, Maine pays tuition for some students to attend private schools, as “long as the schools are not religious.” “That,” Roberts stressed, “is discrimination against religion.” It does not matter, Roberts continued, that the Maine program was intended to provide students with the equivalent of a free public education, nor does it matter that the program bars benefits from going to schools that provide religious instruction. “Regardless of how the benefit and restriction are described,” Roberts concluded, the Maine program “operates to identify and exclude otherwise eligible schools on the basis of their religious exercise” – a violation of the First Amendment’s free exercise clause.

If leftists at CNN are already freaking out over the justices upholding religious freedom, imagine the meltdown if SCOTUS overturns Roe v. Wade and sides with the right to life.

Read the SCOTUS opinion on Carson v. Makin below:

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Ahead of the suspected Supreme Court decision to overturn Roe v Wade, demonstrators gathered outside the courthouse Tuesday awaiting the announcement of the ruling.

Both pro-abortion and anti-abortion protesters exercised their First Amendment rights.

Footage posted to Twitter by Town Hall Senior Writer Julio Rosas shows an angry leftist woman screaming at a group of teen girls, calling them whores.

The liberal woman shouted, “You fuckin’ whores! You will not take my right away! I will always get an abortion! I’ll go to the back alley and will fucking die! You’re lucky there’s barricades here, cuz if there wasn’t bitch I’d be beating yo ass! Cuz I’m like that. You’re lucky he’s standing in front of you. Hey, suck my dick bitch!”

Another video shows the same woman shaking and slapping her butt in the direction of a female pro-life demonstrator.

At one point, a pair of pro-abortion activists handcuffed themselves to the fence barricade in front of the Supreme Court building, shouting, “Overturn Roe? Hell no!”

Police used bolt cutters to remove and arrest both activists.

According to the Twitter account SCOTUSblog, the high court made five total rulings on Tuesday, none having to do with abortion.

The court’s next opinion day is Thursday, and the court has 13 cases remaining.

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The CBP’s morale is at an ebb unseen in decades thanks to President Biden’s border policies and statements by members of his administration and allies accusing agents of “racism,” Chris Cabrera, a spokesman for the CBP’s union, the National Border Patrol Council, has revealed.

“Morale is in the toilet, I mean, I’ve been here 20 going on 21 years. I’ve never seen it this bad,” Cabrera told Fox News.

“When you have all we have going on now with the administration just flat out calling our guys racists with the stuff that happened out in Eagle Pass or Del Rio, when you’re allowing people to come over and in a sense just flaunt the rules right in your face, we’re not doing what we’re hired to do,” the spokesman added.

Last year, media images of CBP agents in Del Rio chasing after migrants on horseback sparked a public outcry, with the White House responding by banning the patrols, and the president’s congressional allies suggesting the incident was “worse than [what] we witnessed in slavery.”

Cabrera suggested that Mr. Biden’s immigration policies – which he blamed for the dramatic spike in illegal crossing attempts experienced over the past year-and-a-half, were preventing Border Patrol from doing their job – catching criminals.

“Any time you have a new administration that comes in, I mean, it’s their ballgame. They get to make the rules. But our thought is, if you’re gonna take something out of play, take a rule or policy out of play, you have to replace it with something,” the spokesman stressed.

CBP officials and agents congressional Republicans, and other critics have accused the president of causing the current crisis at the southern border by revoking a series of executive orders signed by his predecessor, Donald Trump. During his first days in office, Biden scrapped Trump’s signature ‘border wall’ and the ‘Remain in Mexico’ program, which offered would-be migrants incentives to remain in Mexico while they waited for asylum applications to be processed. The president also promised to “restore and expand” the US asylum system, and hinted that Washington might provide a “path to citizenship” for the estimated 11 million undocumented immigrants already living in the US.

Last month, the Department of Homeland Security, the federal department to which the CBP is subordinated, announced plans to scrap Title 42 – a Trump-era immigration directive which allowed border officials to expel more than 80 percent of immigrants caught trying to enter the US illegally under the pretext of Covid-related medical concerns. A federal judge blocked the measure’s repeal, with the White House vowing to appeal the ruling, leaving its future uncertain.

CBP reported nearly 240,000 migrant encounters along the southern border in the month of May, up from 180,000+ during the same month in 2021, just 23,000 in 2020 and 144,000 in 2019.

Total encounters for fiscal year 2022 surpassed one million in April, with figures on their way to topping the 1.72 million enforcement encounters reported in fiscal year 2021, which ran from October 1, 2020 to September 30, 2021.

President Biden pitched a new immigration-related agreement during the Summit of the Americas earlier this month, calling the issue a “challenge” which must be solved collectively by the nations of the Western Hemisphere. The proposed pact, dubbed the ‘Los Angeles Declaration’, seeks to create incentives for other countries to absorb more asylum seekers, and for the boosting of cooperation between the US and other countries in regional law enforcement, information sharing, visa regimes and temporary job opportunities for migrants.

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