Tucson, Arizona 2021-10-15 19:30:00 –
Howard Fisher Capitol Media Service
Phoenix — The Arizona Attorney General claims that Facebook has allowed it to support human trafficking and has called on US Attorney General Merrick Garland to investigate.
The company denies that the cartel business allows the cartel business to use its website to connect with people who are trying to break into the country. However, a company official admits that Facebook “allows people to share information about how to enter the country illegally and request information about how to smuggle.”
William Castlebury, the company’s vice president of national policy, said it was very different from what Attorney General Mark Brnovich claimed.
He said in a letter to Brunovich that the policy would draw a line between the trafficking business and “impeding the ability of those to exercise the right to asylum as permitted by international law.” ..
But as far as he is concerned, Brunovich said the company is helping people enter the United States illegally. This is a crime.
His letter to Garland is the latest in a series of actions by Brunovich, who is running in a six-way race to become a Republican candidate for the US Senate, aimed at the Biden administration and its immigration and border policies.
He has filed several proceedings in federal court on issues such as how quickly foreigners must be legally removed and the president’s decision to stop building border walls violates environmental law. Woke up.
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