ROBERT STEELE: There is only one person who is both totally committed to President Donald Trump and who has the brains and the balls to be the next Director of National Intelligence. His name is Mike Flynn. The time has come for him to come back into the fight.
Here are the five reforms he can implement in service to the President with results well in time to impact on the 2020 election:
Justice Minister Shaked orders police documents be produced; calls on two health and welfare organizations to publish any material they have
Disputed by scholars and seemingly refuted by three state commissions that examined the affair and concluded that most of the children had died, the case has kept resurfacing, not least because most of the families were not given their children’s bodies or informed of their burial places.
The President seems to have broad statutory authority to exclude aliens from the United States, a new report from the Congressional Research Service says.
“On its face, [the Immigration and Nationality Act] would appear to give the President broad authority to preclude or otherwise restrict the entry into the United States of individual aliens or classes of aliens who are outside the United States and lack recognized ties to the country,” according to the report by Kate M. Manuel of CRS.
It’s complicated — but we do not seem to be probing deeply enough into root patterns. Analyst Al Martin says Soros’ is shorting all of his investments in Europe, so he wants to become richer by helping bring about financial collapse in urging more refugees into Europe.
Remaking a Country by Destabilising a Country
This brief quote, from a well-known prepper’s blog, gives a very different insight from any other I have seen into why Germany is allowing over a million refugees to enter the country from Syria. The German government’s receptivity to receiving such a vast number of refugees may be planned for the US vis-a-vis refugees from South America for identical reasons:
“Hopefully, he’s going to sit there and say, ‘When I become elected president, what we’re going to do is we’re going to make the border a vacation spot, it’s going to cost you $25 for a permit, and then you get $50 for every confirmed kill,’ ” said Jim Sherota, 53, who works for a landscaping company. “That’d be one nice thing.”
Fifty-three years ago, when newly elected Dwight Eisenhower moved into the White House, America’s southern frontier was as porous as a spaghetti sieve. As many as 3 million illegal migrants had walked and waded northward over a period of several years for jobs in California, Arizona, Texas, and points beyond.
President Eisenhower cut off this illegal traffic. He did it quickly and decisively with only 1,075 United States Border Patrol agents – less than one-tenth of today’s force. The operation is still highly praised among veterans of the Border Patrol.