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Tomi Lahren's great-great-grandfather was indicted on two separate counts, for "willfully, unlawfully and knowingly" making a false affidavit in connection with a naturalization proceeding, and for forging a naturalization document, in violation of the Naturalization Act of June 29, 1906. The grand jurors accused him of swearing falsely to the date of his declaration, and of altering the original papers ("with a knife or steel eraser or other instrument unknown to the Grand Jurors") to make it look like his declaration of intention to become a citizen had been executed in 1911 rather than 1909, apparently because he'd let too much time elapse before completing the naturalization process. It means it's pretty damn ironic that she continues to claim the moral high ground on this one, throwing stone after stone at illegal immigrants, unaware that she's been living in a proverbial glass house all along.
Interior Secretary Ryan Zinke told GQ that he's become close friends with Perry while serving under President Donald Trump, and he's poked fun at his fellow Cabinet member's reported ignorance.
"Secretary Perry is a wonderful guy," Zinke told the magazine. "I think he thought his department was more about energy than ... science. Mostly, it's science and, of course, they also have responsibility of our nuclear arsenal."
Zinke said Perry apparently confused the Department of Energy with the Department of Interior when accepting the job.
"Interior is the one that produces energy," Zinke said. "We laugh a lot about it." read more