Monday, January 30, 2017

Just a Thought...
An Act of Terrorism is an Act of Terrorism                           By: Diane Sori / The Patriot Factor

Estaban Santiago-Ruiz...the Fort Lauderdale airport shooter....has been charged with 22 counts none of them terrorism. And why...because some think him insane as a few years ago he went into the Anchorage F.B.I. office and said he was hearing voices from ISIS and was thinking of listening to them. Well...NOT only did he listen to them but he carried out what the voices told him to do... MURDER infidels. So, if one does commit an act of terrorism...whether they are deemed insane or MUST be charged with said act of terrorism...and the prosecutor got it 100% WRONG as Santiago-Ruiz IS and will always remain a terrorist...period. It's high passed time we stop coddling these islamic bast*rds!!!

Priebus Defends Trump's Immigration Order: We Apologize 'For Nothing'
White House Chief of Staff Reince Priebus took to the Sunday talk shows to defend President Trump’s executive order on immigration, which denies entry for 90 days to people from seven countries in the Middle East and North Africa known to be terror hot spots.

Even after widespread backlash from politicians, pundits, and protesters over the weekend, Priebus said the Trump administration is not going to apologize for the order.

“Look, yesterday, what people need to understand is that 325,000 foreign travelers came into the United States. About 109 of those people were retained, detained for further questioning because they came from the identified seven countries that the Obama administration and both houses of Congress have identified as being countries that harbor and train terrorists,” he told CBS’ “Face the Nation.”

"They were asked questions. The vast majority of all those people were released. About a couple dozen people remain for further questioning. And my suspicion is those people will move on, as long as they’re not dangerous and perhaps a couple of them will be further detained because it’s determined that they’re dangerous for this country. So, this was a promise that … President Trump had made. And it’s a promise that he is going to keep. And he’s not willing to be wrong on this subject. We need to do our best to be vigilant and protect Americans."

He also defended the timetable of Trump’s order on NBC’s “Meet the Press” when host Chuck Todd asked him if it was necessary to implement it immediately, rather than having a grace period of 72 hours or more so agencies had time to understand the rules.

Priebus cautioned against the use of a grace period because then “people who want to do bad things to Americans would just move up their travel date two days in order to get into the country before the grace period is over.”

And regarding the few who remain for further questioning, Priebus reiterated what he said on CBS—that most will likely be released but there could be a few who are detained further.

“If they’re folks that shouldn’t be in this country they’re going to detained—so, apologize for nothing here.”

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Importance of Trump’s Executive Order might not be fully understood for generations

By Brian Thomas / Jihad Watch


Separating ourselves from the hysteria over Trump’s Executive Order on immigration, this is the crucial paragraph if you want to understand what Trump’s Administration is doing (full text of the statement here). At the end of this article I’ll explain it line by line. In order to protect Americans, the United States must ensure that […]

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VOTER FRAUD: Over 25 Million Registered Voters are Invalid, Inaccurate or Dead
By: Pamela Geller / THE GELLER REPORT

Anyone who thinks Donald Trump is calling for an investigation into voter fraud to challenge the results from the 2016 election isn’t really paying attention.
President Trump is looking out for us and the integrity of the voting process. He isn’t looking back, he’s looking forward. President Trump wants to protect the process and insure the future elections are free, fair and uncorrupted by groups funded by malevolent, subversive forces.

President Donald J. Trump’s action-packed first week in office, he promised “a major investigation into VOTER FRAUD,” as he explained Wednesday morning, via Twitter. This will include “those registered to vote in two states, those who are illegal and even those registered to vote who are dead (and many for a long time). Depending on results, we will strengthen up voting procedures!”

Indeed, registration irregularities are disturbingly routine. According to a 2012 Pew Center for the States report, 1.8 million dead Americans were registered to vote. Also, 2.75 million Americans were enrolled in two states each, while 68,725 were enrolled in three. Indeed, Pew found, “24 million — one of every eight — active voter registrations in the United States are no longer valid or are significantly inaccurate.
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