Thursday, July 18, 2019
Two new polls show a large number of Democrats believe there is a border crisis and back a census question about citizenship--despite the rhetoric of their elected officials.
Every Democrat in the Florida delegation voted for the resolution and every Republican representing the Sunshine State stood against it.
Scott took aim at an op-ed from Kate Cronin-Furmanin in which she weighed in on detention of children who arrived in the U.S. illegally and called for public shaming of border officials. 
Frederica Wilson doesn’t trust border patrol agents around teenage girls, plastic and Styrofoam cup ban has been approved in St. Augustine Beach, and will recreational marijuana be on the Florida 2020 ballot?
Democratic presidential candidates and a congresswoman from South Florida are working overtime to try and end the housing of children who entered the country illegally at the Homestead Detention Facility--but it looks like their efforts will bear no fruit with President Donald Trump signing a border funding bill.
Hispanic voters are front and center this week as Telemundo hosts 20 contenders for the Democratic presidential nomination and two rounds of debates while Vice President Mike Pence launches Latinos for Trump in Miami.
"As Florida works to rein in illegal immigration, we will have a reliable ally in the White House. That’s crucial, because without President Trump’s bold initiatives on border security and internal enforcement, all of Florida’s efforts might come to nothing".
At an event in the Panhandle, DeSantis signed the “Federal Immigration Enforcement” from state Sen. Joe Gruters, R-Sarasota, and state Rep. Cord Byrd, R-Neptune Beach, which “prohibits state and local governments from having sanctuary policies in effect and requires such entities to support and cooperate with federal immigration enforcement.”
The congresswoman pointed to a number of reasons, including how illegal immigrants in federal custody have been treated. 
Buchanan first brought out the “Social Media Screening For Terrorists Act" back in 2015. The bill would have the executive branch to “vet all public records, including Facebook and other forms of social media, before admitting foreign travelers and visa applicants into the country” and the new State Department embraces many of Buchanan’s proposals though the Florida congressman wanted the U.S. Department of Homeland Security (DHS) to handle the screening.