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Wednesday, April 1, 2020

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China faked coronavirus numbers to hide outbreak, say US intelligence sources






U.S. intelligence officials concluded that China intentionally hid details of the coronavirus outbreak in its country to mask the number of total cases and deaths.

The officials, who spoke anonymously to Bloomberg, provided their conclusions in a classified report to the White House last week, in which they declared China had provided fake statistics of coronavirus cases in their own country.

Skepticism has surrounded China’s reporting of its coronavirus outbreak, which began in December 2019. China’s reported numbers of coronavirus, which are compiled and updated by Johns Hopkins University’s global coronavirus tracking map, shows just 82,000 coronavirus cases and 3,300 deaths in China.

In contrast, the U.S. now has 190,000 confirmed coronavirus cases and 4,100 deaths.

Skepticism of China’s coronavirus reporting stems from the Chinese government’s repeatedly changed case counting methodology, which left out individuals who were confirmed positive for coronavirus but did not exhibit symptoms of the virus.

Dr. Deborah Birx, the White House Coronavirus Task Force coordinator, said the world is still missing significant data from China.

“The medical community … interpreted the Chinese data as: This was serious, but smaller than anyone expected,” Birx said on Tuesday. “Because I think probably we were missing a significant amount of the data, now that what we see happened to Italy and see what happened to Spain.”

On Monday, a Reuters report citing five U.S. government sources described “serious gaps” in their ability to determine the status of coronavirus in China, as well as Russia and North Korea. Assessment of these countries is difficult due to heavily state-controlled information.

The lack of information, however, is harming the rest of the world’s ability to...

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Coronavirus Rules Help DHS Eject Border Crossers in Just 96 Minutes









President Donald Trump’s border reforms are helping the Department of Homeland Security to eject most southern migrants in just 96 minutes, according to a report in the Washington Post.

“Migrants who cross into the United States illegally are being expelled to Mexico in an average of 96 minutes under emergency coronavirus measures now in force across the U.S. southern border, according to three U.S. officials with knowledge of the latest government statistics,” the newspaper reported Monday. The report said:
Under the new rules, U.S. agents are processing migrants from Mexico, Guatemala, El Salvador and Honduras “in the field” before they are able to set foot inside a U.S. Border Patrol station. The migrants are then whisked back to the border and sent into Mexico.

The flow of unauthorized border crossings has plunged since the emergency measures were implemented on March 21, down from more than 1,000 per day to fewer than 600 on Sunday, the latest statistics show.
Trump’s border reforms include the “Remain in Mexico” program, the transfer of asylum-seeking migrants to Central American countries, and additional curbs imposed during the coronavirus emergency.

The fast-exit rules do not yet apply to migrants from outside America, such as African and Indian immigrants. They comprise roughly 15 percent of arrivals, the Post said.

The medical curbs are also helping to block the flow of so-called “Unaccompanied Alien Children” (UAC) who are brought to the border by coyotes.

Most of the UACS are the children of Central American illegal immigrants who are living in the United States. The pipeline was created by a 2008 law, which created a different set of regulations and rules for the under-18 UACs migrants. Officials are now quickly returning some of the UACs back to their home countries.

However, Trump’s successful effort to block the blue-collar migration from southern countries has not been applied to the white-collar “guest workers” programs, such as the H-1B program.

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Lawmakers React To Scathing IG Report On FBI Abuses: ‘Absolutely Outrageous’









Lawmakers are expressing alarm over the release Tuesday of Department of Justice Inspector General Michael Horowitz’s report, which found egregious failures in a random sample acquired by his investigators to oversee suspected FBI’s abuse in obtaining warrants with the secret court to spy on Americans.

In Horowitz’s interim report, investigators revealed that they could not review the bureau’s original Woods Files for four of the 29 selected FISA applications. Why? Because the bureau could not locate them and, in 3 of these instances, did not know if they ever existed. In the audit report sent to FBI Director Christopher Wray, Horowitz said “as a result of our audit work to date and as described below, we do not have confidence that the FBI has executed its Woods Procedures in compliance with FBI policy.”
Yesterday’s report demonstrates unequivocally that there has been a major systemic failure at the FBI, David Schoen, Civil Rights Attorney
The report, which was initiated as part of the IG’s ongoing investigation into the FBI’s now debunked probe into whether the Trump campaign conspired with Russia, also revealed that there were apparent errors or ‘inadequately supported facts in all of the 25 applications that the investigators reviewed.” Moreover, Horowitz’s team also interviewed FBI officials who indicated that there were no efforts by the bureau to use existing FBI and National Security Division oversight mechanisms to perform comprehensive, strategic assessments of the efficacy of the Woods Procedures or FISA accuracy.

Ranking Republican member of the House Intelligence Committee Devin Nunes, told SaraACarter.com Tuesday that “regardless of whatever ‘reforms’ FBI leaders voluntarily adopt, it’s clear their operations require close oversight by congressional leaders who actually care about Americans’ civil liberties and will not approve of improper spying when it’s aimed at their political opponents.”

When Nunes was Chairman of the House Intelligence Committee his team of investigators were the first to reveal the litany of abuses that occurred at the FBI. In fact, those abuses were first reported by Nunes then in his committee’s Russia report released in April, 2018.

David Schoen, a civil rights and criminal defense attorney, told this reporter that the “IG’s March 30, 2020 report of his preliminary findings concerning FISA applications during a five-year period from 2014 to 2019 is nothing less than shocking.”

“He has found a startling number of instances in which there was no supporting documentation for...