Weekly Security Digest - November 17, 2019
The number of people arrested for illegally crossing the southern border from Mexico dropped in October for a fifth consecutive month, down 73% after hitting 132,000 arrests in May.
Protests erupted across Iran after the government said it was raising gasoline prices by 50%.
Demonstrators blocked traffic in major cities and clashed with police Saturday after a night of demonstrations and violence that reportedly killed at least one person.
Nearly 80,000 immigrants approved for the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) program, which shields those who came to the country illegally as minors from deportation, have an arrest record -- including arrests for violent or sexual offenses.
The United States and South Korea announced on Sunday they will postpone military drills scheduled for later this month in an effort to bolster a stalled peace push with North Korea.
A Democratic congressional staffer exchanged private emails with former ambassador to Ukraine Marie Yovanovitch two days after the whistleblower complaint that started the impeachment inquiry into President Trump was filed, contradicting Yovanovitch’s sworn testimony, according to emails obtained by Fox News’ Tucker Carlson Tonight.
Thank you to Vera Castle for submitting Gordon Castle to be featured in Secure America Now’s veteran recognition program- Home of the Free Because of the Brave.
Vera tells us Gordon can be described in 3 ways "Great man! Great Veteran! Awesome Personality!" Thank you, Gordon, for your service!
Thank you, Gordon, for your service. Click the link to submit your own veteran to be featured! https://www.secureamericanow.org/submit_a_veteran
According to a recent poll of likely voters conducted by pollster John McLaughlin on behalf of Secure America Now, Americans believe the impeachment is based on politics, not legality, and would rather Democrats in Congress focus on working with the President on the important issues facing our country.