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576 views • October 25, 2021

DeSantis Offers $5K Police Relocation Bonus; 1,887 Washington State Employees Lose Jobs Over Mandate

Deep Dive
Deep Dive
From truckers to first responders, several sectors are feeling the effects of the vaccine mandates. The rift leading to concerns of public safety being put at risk. According to first responders, morale is so low in Florida's Orange County due to the vaccine mandate that it's compromising public safety. And for many truckers, the mandate could be the final trigger. Some say they'd rather quit than get the jab, others are pro vaccine but anti mandate. Many feel pressured by their employers and believe it should be a choice. With the way the supply chain crisis currently stands, president of Motor Transport Association of Connecticut Joe Sculley, says "drivers have leverage." That's because getting new drivers isn't easy, there's a training process that takes time. For the first time, National Guardsmen are sent to the southern border to arrest illegal immigrants for trespassing. Texas Governor Greg Abbott is deploying around 3,000 National Guard members to the border in the coming weeks. The guard members will work with the Texas Department of Public Safety, or DPS, officers. They will only arrest single adult men who trespass onto some 142 parcels of private ranch lands to get into Texas. They will not arrest adult women, family groups, or unaccompanied minors. And illegal immigrants clashed with law enforcement over the weekend as tens of thousands of migrants sought asylum and refugee status. This comes as the U.S. recorded more than 1.6 million southern border arrests last year, the highest on record. That’s the highest annual number of apprehensions on record. According to available southern border data dating back to 1960, the previous record was one-point-six-four million border arrests in 2000. Tune into Deep Dive as we explore these topics and more. Subscribe to our newsletter👉 : https://newsletter.ntd.com/ Support our work👉: https://donorbox.org/deep-dive -- Follow us on Parler: https://parler.com/profile/DeepDiveTiffany Gab: https://gab.com/deepdivetiffany Contact us: DeepDiveTiffany@gmail.com
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