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Tuesday, January 31, 2017

Iran suicide attack on Saudi frigate maybe meant for US


An Iranian-backed suicide attack targeted a Saudi frigate off the coast of Yemen Monday, but it is believed by the Pentagon the attack was actually meant for an American warship.

It happened in the southern Red Sea and the perpetrators were Iranian-backed Houthi rebels. There were two sailors killed and three wounded by what was first believed to be a missile. However, new analysis of a video showing the attack indicates to American intelligence that it was actually a suicide bomber whose small boat rammed the side of the Saudi vessel.

In the video there is audio in which a voice narrating the attack shouts in Arabic, "Death to America, Death to Israel, Death to the Jews."

They always have to get the 'Jews' thing in--the Koran tells them they need to hate the Jews.

The attack occurred in the same area where U.S. Navy warships came under missile attack in October, near Bab al Mandab Strait which connects the Red Sea to the Gulf of Aden. The U.S. destroyer shot down the incoming missiles, which was the first successful use in combat using the SM-2 missile.

The USS Nitze, an American destroyer, retaliated soon after launching Tomahawk missiles on October 13 at multiple Houthi radar sites in Yemen. 

Liberals, such as Chuck Schumer and Elizabeth "Pocahontas" Warren, are still upset with the name of our missile saying that 'Tomahawk' is a racist, anti-native American slur and has no place in the American military lexicon. 

They want to rename it "The Loud Phallic-looking Thing That Goes Boom!"

This latest incident follows one day after President Trump spoke with the Saudi king by phone to discuss the idea of setting up safe zones for refugees in Syria and Yemen.

U.S. defense officials are concerned about the latest attack but are confident American warships can blow the hell out of anything that comes close to a threat.

The US has supported Saudi-led airstrikes against Houthi rebels in Yemen since 2015.

France and Germany "concerned" Trump isn't as stupid as they are

Sorry, but that's the headline is true. Both France and Germany are "concerned" over President Trump's immigration policy while failing to look at how it has ruined the identity and fabric of their own countries.

French Foreign Minister Jean-Marc Ayrault after meeting with his German counterpart, Sigmar Gabriel said, "Welcoming refugees who are fleeing war is part of our duty." He continued: "We must . . . ensure that this happens in a fair, just way and with solidarity."

He evidently makes this garbage up as he goes along. 

Why is it France's duty? Duty to whom? Isn't it the duty of a government to protect its citizens from the jihadists who will enter France mixed in among the refugees? 

The Paris slaughter in November 2015 was committed by refugees--every jihadist involved was a refugee who hid among the real refugees.

President Trump signed the executive order to suspend refugee arrivals and control travel from other terrorist-spawning countries, which evidently freaked out these suicidal clowns.

"This decision can only cause us concern. But there are a lot of other issues that are causing us concern," Ayrault said, with Gabriel close by his side, when he was asked by journalists about Trump's restrictions.




Hit squad executes ISIS executioner

He was known for beheading hundreds of Iraqi citizens. He loved his work as much as he loved his religion that inspired it. But now Abu Sayyaf is dead--stabbed to death by a hit squad in northwest Iraq. 

Sayyaf was one of the Islamic States' main executioners and made many appearances in their propaganda videos targeting deviants and the mentally ill, showing brutal decapitations for their sick pleasure.

He is the second executioner to be killed in the region over the last few days.

Sayyaf liked to collect the heads of his victims and throw them into the same hole in the al-Khasafa region. Iraqi journalist Muhammad Yawar wrote: "Abu Sayyaf was one of the scariest executioners in Nineveh . . . He was a reflection of the brutality of this terrorist group.

"He was known for his huge body and heavy arms. He was one of the notorious faces in the ISIS propaganda videos."

A local media activist Abdullah al-Mallah (probably not his real name which is likely "Mohammad something or other") said a group of unknown assailants ambused Sayyaf in his car killing him instantly. 

Another scumcrumpet also in the car was killed in the attack.

Al-Mallah said: "He [Sayyaf] was found dead in the Dawassah district west of Mosul city in Nineveh Governorate on Sunday evening. The ISIS-led Hisba Police was unable to identify the perpetrators."

Islamic State mosque services will be held at the "Wedon Gifa Dam Mosque" today. The family asks that in lieu of flowers, please donate unspent cartridges (rounds) and cutlery you don't need to the mosque. 



New Acting AG will enforce immigration order


Former acting Attorney General Sally Yates has been fired and replaced with a new acting AG Dana J. Boente. He has pledged to "defend and enforce" the laws of the land. Isn't that special?

When Yates refused to enforce Trump's lawful order, he did what he is known for: he fired her. And he was perfectly in his right to do so since she refused to do what she was sworn to do. An Attorney General doesn't get to pick and choose which laws (s)he wants to uphold.

She learned of her firing Monday evening in a hand-delivered note from the White House Office of Personnel, just hours after she directed the Justice Department lawyers not to defend the executive order. She wasn't convinced it was lawful or consistent with the agency's "obligation to always seek justice and stand for what is right."

Trump said in a statement that she "betrayed the Department of Justice by refusing to enforce a legal order designed to protect the citizens of the United States."

He fired her faster than a first-round loser in 'The Apprentice.'

Sean Spicer said in a statement that "Ms. Yates is an Obama administration appointee who is weak on borders and very weak on immigration."

According to The New York Times, Boente was sworn in at 9 p.m. ET. 

"I am honored to serve President Trump in this role until Sen. Sessions is confirmed. I will defend and enforce the laws of our country to ensure that our people and our nation are protected," Boente said in a statement.

The executive order faced condemnation from executives at top companies who might be upset that they cannot hire illegal immigrants to perform cheap labor. Both Goldman Sachs and Coca-Cola are among those companies, both of which threw tons of money at the Hillary Clinton presidential campaign.

An Obama spokesman said the former incompetent president is "heartened" by the protests [if he only had a heart]. 

It is highly probable that Obama will not go away because he doesn't have the class of a George W. Bush. If it was up to Obama, there would be no borders, no fixed genders, no Israel, and America would be 'about average.'

But it isn't up to him.

Trump's executive order temporarily halts the U.S. refugee program and bans all entries from the same Muslim-majority countries that Obama first mentioned. The ban is only for 90 days but Soros-funded protesters are acting as if it's forever.

Speaking of Soros, have you noticed that since Hillary lost the election, the Soros-funded Black Lives Matter people are no longer relevant?

The entire refugee program is to be paused for merely 4 months and there is an indefinite ban on all people from war-torn Syria. But federal judges in several states, including New York, issued orders that temporarily block the government from deporting those with valid visas who arrived after the travel ban took effect. That seems to be a reasonable thing to do.

In spite of the chaos that ensued from the ban, former House Speaker Newt Gingrich said: "You now have a president who really takes seriously the tremendous threat of international terrorism and is prepared to take steps that are very tough-minded and that are going to inconvenience some people."

The American people are behind President Trump and his tactics for keeping America safe. But leftists, like George Soros and Barack Obama are apparently going to do everything they can to get in his way for their own agendas.



Monday, January 30, 2017

UPDATE: Acting AG tells DoJ staff "don't defend Trump's refugee order


UPDATE: She's fired! 

President Trump has fired Acting AG Sally Yates. He has every right to fire any Attorney General who refuses to back him up, as long as what is in question is legal. Like it or not, you have to admit, Donald Trump isn't your father's President.

Mr. Dana Boente will be taking Yates' place as Acting AG.

The news of her firing just came in at around 9:40 p.m. Monday.

Acting Attorney General Sally Yates, directed the Justice Department attorneys Monday not to defend President Trump's executive refugee and immigration ban. Yates is an Obama holdover until she can be replaced by the Trump administration.

The AG said in a memo that she was "not convinced" the President's order was lawful, not its defense consistent with the DoJ's obligation to "always seek justice and stand for what is right."

That sounds as if she's suggesting the President stands for what is wrong.

Her directive is likely to be temporary because Sen. Jeff Sessions will likely be the Attorney General and Yates will be back to practicing law on a less political level, one only hopes. Sessions is currently waiting for Senate confirmation.

However, Yates' decision has only increased the chaos surrounding the order. The Associated Press said that Defense Secretary James Mattis, Homeland Security Secretary John Kelly and Rex Tillerson, who is awaiting confirmation as Secretary of State, are reportedly unaware of details of the directive until around the time the President signed it. Also, intelligence officials were not provided with the intel about the order.

Strange!

Sen. Bob Corker (R-TN) the top Republican on the Senate Foreign Relations committee, said despite White House assurances that congressional leaders were consulted, he learned about the order the same way Barack Obama learned about everything he learned as president: from the media.

There was immediate fallout between Trump and his top advisers and a sprint by the Pentagon to seek exemptions to the order. Trump's approach also sparked a public clash between the president and the civil servants who had to carry out his policy.

Bad!

Many American diplomats circulated a memo opposing the order which temporarily halted the entire US refugee program and banned entry from seven terrorist-spawning countries for 90 days. Sean Spicer, the White House Press Secretary and spokesman challenged those opposed to Trump's measure to resign.

"They should either get with the program, or they can go," he said.

The response from his own national security advisers exemplifies his weak relationship with them, as well as the incredible bureaucracy that exists in Washington. Trump outlined his plan for the temporary halting of US entry but it was crafted in a confusing way, stunning those who joined his team.

Mattis may be the most incensed. He along with Joint Chiefs Chairman Joseph Dunford were aware of the basic concept of Trump's order, but not the details. Tillerson told Trump's political advisers that he was baffled over not being consulted on the actual substance of the order.

Trump's order pauses the refugee program for 4 months and indefinitely bans all those from Syria, but it doesn't ban other countries with terrorist ties such as Pakistan and Saudi Arabia.

While Trump privately acknowledges flaws in the rollout, he also blames the media, much like Obama blamed George Bush for all the problems he's facing. He said the voters who carried him to victory support the plan as a necessary step to safeguard the USA, and dismissed those opposed to it as attention-seeking rabble-rousers and grandstanding politicians.

That sounds like a dodge.

Let's hope this gets straightened out once Jeff Sessions, his SCOTUS appointment, is in office and his Cabinet is filled completely.



We're going to go nuclear this week: thanks Harry

President Trump will be making the announcement Tuesday as to who he will nominate for the vacant seat on the US Supreme Court. 

There will be a battle and Chuck Schumer's nostrils will flare, pulling out all of the oxygen in the room, even though the Senate Minority Leader from New York  says it's just business, nothing personal, and certainly not revenge. But you know he will be fighting the appointment every step of the way as Republicans move to replace the late Justice Antonin Scalia.

But thanks to Hairy Weed Harry Reid, there is the nuclear option whereby the nuclear option is now available to the Republicans as it was to the Democrats.

The nuclear option will happen if the GOP quashes the filibuster, a process the Democrats kept scratching at in 2013 when they nuked the filibuster for most judicial and executive-branch nominees.

The party of the KKK had the majority back then and never thought they would lose it, as former Senate leader Reid decided to keep the minority Republicans from keeping the country from bowing to the will of Obama. Instead of the 60 votes normally needed to nominate appointees, all the Democrats needed was 51 votes. 

This is how the party of Bull Connor and Robert Byrd was able to pack the lower courts with Obama liberals.

Even Schumer admits that Republicans have an edge since they control the Congress and the White House. He knows that no matter how many tears he sheds, all of Trump's cabinet choices are likely to be confirmed--and his choices appear to be even more conservative than were Ronald Reagan's.

The only exception Reid left when he changed the rules, was with the Supreme Court. So to get things done, Mitch McConnell might have no alternative but to use his power as House Majority Leader, to squash the filibuster altogether.

If McConnell cannot persuade eight Democrats to go along with Trump's SCOTUS nominee while ensuring all 52 Republicans vote for Trump's pick, then he will have to go nuclear.

McConnell's decision to hold off Obama's choice of Judge Merrick Garland after Justice Scalia died last February was a gamble that paid off, big league.

Thank you Harry.


Iran conducts ballistic missile test violating UN resolution


Iran conducted a ballistic missile test, the first under Donald Trump's presidency. Not only is it in violation of United Nations resolution 2231, but they may as well have painted the missile to look like a giant middle finger because it certainly flipped Trump off.

The launch went off Sunday near Semnan about 140 miles east of Tehran (about 225.308 kilometers, give or take 0.04 kilometers).

The Khorramshahr medium-range ballistic missile flew about 600 miles (about 965.606 kilometers) before blowing up, in a failed test of reentry. Iran defense minister Brig. Gen. Hossein Dehqan (aka "Hoss") said in September that Iran would start production of the missile, weeks before our presidential election in which Hillary Clinton lost.

The UN resolution went into effect days after the obviously useless Iran nuclear deal was signed. It calls on Iran not to conduct such tests, but did they listen? Did anyone but Obama and Kerry think they would?

This is at least Iran's second such test since July in spite of the resolution barring the conducting of ballistic missile tests for eight years and went into effect July 20, 2015. The text of the resolution clearly states that Iran is "called upon not to undertake any activity related to ballistic missiles designed to be capable of delivering nuclear weapons, including launches using such ballistic missile technology."

Of course, in the Obama administration's infinite wisdom, the nuclear deal between Iran and world powers doesn't have any provisions that can be used to prevent the terrorist country from conducting ballistic missile tests. Iran claims the tests are legitimate because they aren't designed to carry a nuclear warhead [this time]. 

President Trump spoke with Saudi King Salman on Sunday. They both "agreed on the importance of rigorously enforcing the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action with Iran and of addressing Iran's destabilizing regional activities," the White House said in a statement.

Saudi Arabia is the seat of Sunni Islam, the main Islamic sect in the world comprising around 70 percent of all Muslims. Iran is a majority Shia nation. 

Not surprisingly, the Sunnis and Shias hate each other as both believe the other sect are apostates. 

A ballistic missile launch could potentially fall under "destabilizing regional activities." 

The launch came one day before Jordan's King Abdullah arrived in Washington to meet with VP Mike Pence and Defense Secretary Mattis. 

Coincidence or the second middle-finger flip off to Jordan?

Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu will be meeting with Trump February 15 and will discuss the Iran situation with him at that time.

"I will meet President Trump in Washington soon, and among the issues I will address is the need to renew the sanctions against Iran," Netanyahu wrote on Facebook Monday. (It is not known how many 'Likes' that statement received.) "Sanctions against the ballistic missiles, and other sanctions against the terror, and re-addressing the failed government on its nuclear capabilities.

"I know that this bothers not only Israel," Netanyahu added, "and not only the US but other countries in the region, Iran's aggression should not be ignored."

Our intelligence community was able to identify Iran's ballistic missile launch because of our robust satellite network. The system can detect the heat signatures of missile launches and explosions from bombs being dropped around the world.

Last March, Iran test-fired two ballistic missiles, one with the phrase: "Israel must be wiped out" in Hebrew written on the side.

So while Shias and Sunnis don't get along with each other, they both hate the Jews just as much. They are also intolerant of everyone else.

Last March, US Army Gen. Joseph Votel told lawmakers that we should continue to "expose" Iran for the role that they play in the region, including its support for Syrian President Bashar al-Assad, a chinless scum who dropped barrel bombs on his own people.

I think the time for talk is about over. Trump needs to do something to show Iran that we are "mad as hell and we aren't going to take it anymore."



The latest: Quebec City Mosque Shooting


The headline in the Ottawa Citizen reads: "Quebec mosque shooting: Suspects not known to police."

But they did get the names of the two shooters: Alexandre Bissonette, an obviously Quebecois name that was alluded to in yesterday's report, and Mohamed Khadir, whose name was not mentioned until now, and has a certain ring to it.

One coward was arrested at the scene and the other called 911 himself and was arrested Sunday night around 9 p.m. The coward who called 911 waited for police to arrest him after the shooting, according to Denis Turcotte, a Quebec City police inspector.

"He as armed and spoke to us about his acts," Turcotte said. "He seemed to want to cooperate. The suspect said he was waiting for police to arrive."

Six mosque-goers were killed during the evening prayers. They were all men between the ages of 39 and 60 years old. Many others were wounded in the attack.

The suspects are in their late 20s and early 30s and weren't known to police. An investigation into a possible motive continues, RCMP superintendent Martin Plante of C Division said, but he wouldn't confirm the identity of the victims at this time.

I wonder if the shootings have anything to do with Islam.

"We must respect the judicial process, we cannot reveal suspects' identities yet," Plante said. He added that it was still to early to determine what charges the suspects in the case will face.

I'd start with murder in the first degree.

So while we know that one of the suspects is Alexandre Bisonette and the other is Mohamed Khadir, it is only when they appear in court to face charges that their identities can be released.

On Monday, an official from the Centre hospitalier de l'Universite Laval said five people remain in critical condition from the attack and are in the intensive care unit of the Enfant-Jesus hospital in Quebec City. Another 12 individuals received minor injuries and have been released from the hospital.


[Please feel free to imagine accent marks where they belong in the French names.]

Chief Inspector Andre Goulet of the SQ said that 75 police officers were involved in the investigation and that patrols have increased their vigilance, which leads one to worry about the level of their vigilance prior to this incident.

The rector of Universite Laval, Denis Briere, and vice-rector Eric Beauce spoke to the media Monday and reports indicate that one or both of the suspects were students at the university. Beauce, however, said the university couldn't confirm that they were students saying, "We can't confirm it and the police haven't told us that."

Security has been stepped up on the campus.

On Facebook, the Centre Culturel Islamique de Quebec issued a statement reading, in part:
"We were attacked because we are Muslim. Shot at point blank range because we are Muslim. Dead because we are Muslim.

"A scene of unspeakable brutality took place in front of dozens of Quebec citizens, including children. Gunfire, death, reloading of weapons, yelling, wounded people. Blood on the prayer rugs. A scene almost of war, here at home, in Quebec, our city known for its tranquility."

If you ask me, it sounds a lot like a scene from the Orlando shooting, or the Paris attack, or any of the myriad Islamic terrorist attacks. But look at how dramatic the Islamic Cultural Center makes it out to be--you would think they were clueless about a scene like this. 

One of the shooters in this horrible attack is named Mohamed--his last name, Khadir is a name famous for another Muslim terrorist, Omar Khadr who spelled the name without the 'i'.

It's horrible. It's barbaric and cowardly to brutally kill helpless individuals. But please don't pretend that you are the perpetual victims in senseless killing.

This all needs to stop, but it's doubtful that it will anytime soon.

UPDATE: Police now say only one of the two people arrested for the shooting at the mosque in Quebec City is a suspect--the other is a witness. 

It was the man who later called 911 and arrested that admitted to the shooting. He was armed and said he was waiting for police to arrive. This sounds all very confusing, but it's early in the investigation.


UPDATE on Quebec City mosque shooting

Quebec City, QE -- Shots were fired Sunday night at the Centre Culturel Islamique de Quebec on Sainte-Foy St. and reports say five people are dead. But so far, the police have not specified the number of victims and the number of victims is likely to change.

Police spokesperson Etienne Doillon spoke at a press briefing that the police was first called around 7:55 p.m. on Sunday, saying that shots were heard at the mosque. He said that two suspects had been arrested but he refused to provide further details.

Which sounds suspicious.

Multiple gunmen opened fire during evening prayers, killing five, according to Reuters. At the time of the shooting, there were about 100 in the mosque.

Montreal police are stepping up patrols around any sites they believe could be potential targets, a spokesperson told the Montreal Gazette late Sunday, but it is not known if this will include sites including churches and synagogues.

Doubtful, eh.

Gatineau Mayor Maxime Pedneaud-Jobin said police in his city, which is minutes from Ottawa, the capital of Canada, have increased patrols around mosques there, but didn't mention whether they would increase patrols around churches and synagogues.

"Why is this happening here? This is barbaric," the mosque president, Mohamed Yangui, told Reuters, using an interesting choice of words. He wasn't inside the mosque when the shooting took place but he received frantic calls from those who were. 

There were about 40 people reportedly inside the mosque when the shooting began. One of the gunmen were reported to have used an AK-47.

Witnesses said about a dozen people were wounded and some reports state two of three gunmen were arrested, which, along with reports of death and injuries was confirmed by Quebec City police. The gunmen reportedly wore masks and had Quebecois accents.

According to Le Soleil newspaper, one of the suspects was 27-years-old and had a Quebecois name.

Quebec Premier Philippe Couillard condemned the attack, calling it "barbaric violence" and assured people that "the government is mobilized to ensure the security of the Quebec population."

One witness said, "It seemed to me that they had a Quebecois accent. They started to fire, and as they shot they yelled, 'Allahu Akbar!' The bullets hit people that were praying. People who were praying lost their lives. A bullet passed right over my head," the person said.

Obviously this doesn't make the shooters Muslims, so it isn't wise to jump to conclusions. 

Socialist New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio condemned the attack and profoundly said "We must stand together," because he felt he needed to say something and try to be relevant. But de Blasio doesn't even stand behind his own police department and applauds Black Lives Matter, so he's an idiot.


Sunday, January 29, 2017

BREAKING: 5 dead many wounded at Quebec City mosque


Quebec City, QE --  Shots have been fired at the Centre Cultural Islamique de Quebec on Sainte-Foy Street and five people have reportedly been killed.

The shooting occurred at around 8 p.m. Sunday, local time.

In addition, many people have been wounded when multiple gunmen opened fire.

According to The Canadian Press, two people have been arrested.

At this time, the identities of the two people arrested have not been released nor has the motive of the shooting.

More to follow.


Second day of protests against Trump's executive order

Demonstrators gathered at the White House and many of the  country's airports continue to protest President Trump's executive order placing a temporary travel restriction on those coming from seven terrorist-spawning countries and halting the acceptance of refugees who cannot be adequately vetted.

Rep. Hakeem Jeffries (D-NY) referred to Trump's executive order as a "reckless, unconstitutional, unsavory, un-American effort." But not when Obama wrote and executive order keeping Iraqis from entering the US for six months, rather than the three that Trump called for. But he may be correct in saying that it's unconstitutional--both Trump and Obama may have gone too far, but the hypocrisy of Jeffries is palpable.

"If this order was really about trying to make America the safest country it can be, then why were some countries left off the order? Most notably Saudi Arabia?" he said in a news conference at JFK. "Is it because the Trump organization exists in Saudi Arabia?"

I agree with the question Jeffries asks but I don't agree with his possible hypothesis. It isn't about Trump as to why the Saudis are not on the list--it's about other issues that I discuss here.

Cory Booker, (aka the man who would be POTUS) spoke to demonstrators at Dulles International Airport earlier Sunday and said he would also go to Newark Airport and hopefully voters will remember that in 2020. 

"The entire executive order is a farce," Jeffries said. "It's a smokescreen. It has nothing to do with trying to keep this country safe."

Perhaps Jeffries believes that taking in refugees is a way to keep us safe. He needs to visit Germany, France, Sweden and the Netherlands for starters. 

It isn't known if these demonstrators are being paid to protest a la George the Socialist Soros. My guess is they are, unless they don't have jobs and hope to be hired by Soros in the future.

Outside the White House a crowd chanted "No hate, no fear, refugees are welcome here," except where they live. They also chanted "no wall, no ban." It was all prefaced with "hey, hey, ho, ho, yadda, yadda's gotta go."





Some eyebrows steal from other cultures

A "deep" student at Louisiana State University wrote a piece for the Daily Reveille explaining that white women styling their eyebrows to make them look fuller is an example of cultural appropriation.

The student, Lynne Bunch, wrote "Current American eyebrow culture also shows a prime example of the cultural appropriation in the country. The trend right now is thick brows, and although a lot of ethnic women have always had bushy, harder-to-maintain eyebrows, it has only become trendy now that white women have started to do it."

But what about "hair culture?"

Don't white women generally tend to have straight hair? Some of them even have blond hair. 

Then it should stand to reason that people from other cultures have been appropriating from their culture throughout the world.

There are people in Asia with naturally black hair who dye it blond or even go all out redhead.

Some black women and black men straighten their hair and appropriate from white culture.

The pseudo intellect Bunch added: "Eyebrow culture is too intense and too unforgiving, and a person's beauty should be defined by the individual, not by what society considers trendy." 

So why not let the individual decide what they want to do with their own damn eyebrows?

But really, who cares?

I guess Lynne Bunch cares because she's got nothing else to offer society but foolish, totally useless opinions that do nothing but drive a wedge between people who are stupid enough to believe that crap in the first place.

White people, bad. All other people, good.

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Secret Service agent & Trump hater on paid vacation/leave

Denver -- Kerry O'Grady, the Secret Service agent who used social media to say that she would rather go to jail than take a bullet for President Trump has not been fired. Instead, she has been place on administrative leave with pay, also known as a vacation, while there is an investigation.

In October, O'Grady posted on Facebook "As a public servant for nearly 23 years, I struggle not to violate the Hatch Act. So I keep quiet and skirt the median. To do otherwise can be a criminal offense for those in my position. Despite the fact that I am expected to take a bullet for both sides. But this world has changed and I have changed. And I would take jail time over a bullet or an endorsement for what I believe to be a disaster to this country and the strong and amazing women and minorities who reside here. Hatch Act be damned. I am with Her."

The "Her" O'Grady was referring to is the felon, Hillary Clinton. The Hatch Act she was referring to is a 1939 law barring certain federal employees from engaging in political activity to promote fairness and non-partisanship within the workplace, and the Secret Service falls under that act.

But it isn't only the fact that she engaged in political activity, it's that she is stating clearly that she refuses to protect the presidency of the United States and doesn't seem to be able to separate the office from the person holding that office.

"It was an internal struggle for me but as soon as I put it up, I thought it was not the sentiment that I needed to share because I care very deeply about the mission," she wrote.

Of course, that's nonsense.

If O'Grady really cared "about the mission," the question of Trump vs. Clinton wouldn't even come up. The idea that she would rather go to jail than perform the solemn duty of a Secret Service agent, regardless of whom holds the office of president, is very clear evidence that she would be a questionable agent at best to protect our nation's president.

She's on paid leave, which is understandable based upon the Constitution. But once the investigation is over, and if she is found to have actually said those words, she needs to be fired and replaced with a patriot who would take a bullet for any president of the United States.

I wouldn't let her walk me across Fifth Avenue.

ISIS terror leader seriously injured in airstrike

One of Southeast Asia's top terror suspects was seriously wounded and an Indonesian militant was blown to smithereens by a Philippine airstrike using South Korean-made fighter jets for the first time in combat.

Philippine military Chief of Staff Gen. Eduardo Ano said the body of the suspected militant, known as Mohisen (which means "I wish my name was Mohammad") was recovered by troops as were three dead Filipino followers of leader Isnilon Hapilon (aka Hopalong Isnalon) who was seriously wounded in the assault on the Butig town in Lanao del Sur province.

An additional eleven scumcrumpets were sent to their virgins, but their bodies haven't been found, said Gen. Ano, as they were torn to little bite-size pieces from the explosions.

Hapilon had a serious arm wound and was losing blood after the FA-50 jet fighters dropped 500-pound ordnance Wednesday and Thursday on an encampment as part of an ongoing offensive, Ano said.

The FA-50s were acquired from South Korea in late 2015 as their only jet fighters and were deployed in combat sorties.

Four FA-50s were delivered and eight more are to be delivered by July. Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte criticized the FA-50s as being inadequate for counterinsurgency and good only as flyby aircraft for ceremonies.

But we all know the real reason he doesn't like them is because he cannot throw drug dealers and users from them in flight.


Hollywood upset at Trump over refugee ban

The 'beautiful people' of Hollywood, ensconced in their walled mansions far from the 'common folk,' some of whom have private security and bodyguards, are enraged over President Trump's executive order on Friday to ban people from terror-spawning countries from entering the United States for 90 days and refugees for 120 days.

The Motion Picture Academy issued a statement Saturday calling Trump's executive order "extremely troubling" noting too that "Asghar Farhadi, the director of the Oscar-winning film from Iran 'A Separation,' along with the cast and crew of this year's Oscar-nominated film 'The Salesman,' could be barred from entering the country because of their religion of country of origin."

Wrong.

Their religion was not part of the executive order; only the country of origin.  

More to the point, why was it okay when Obama banned Iraqi refugees for 6 months back in 2011 and Trump wants to do the same for half the amount of time? Nobody complained then after the press finally did its job and learned about it.

New Yorker writer and ultra liberal Philip Gourevitch wants an all-out Oscar boycott. "All of Hollywood should skip the Oscars out of solidarity until the ban is lifted," he tweeted.

But it's doubtful Hollywood can go without their narcissistic succor, and fear that nobody but themselves will care if they had the Oscars or not.

This said however, it's likely that Trump's immigration/refugee ban is not legal as Red State points out and "House of Cards" creator Beau Willimon tweeted about on Saturday: "The 1965 Immigration & Naturalization Act eliminated national origins as a basis for immigration."

Trump's argument is that national security overrides (or trumps) that law.

We will soon see how it all plays out.




Travel Ban: But what about Saudi Arabia?

The Department of Homeland Security said in a statement that they plan to continue to "enforce all the president's executive orders in a manner that ensures the safety and security of the American people."

The decision by the U.S. Eastern District Court, in Brooklyn, will not change the overall implementation of President Trump's executive order and said that it will " . . .  remain in place--prohibited travel will remain prohibited, and the U.S. government retains its right to revoke visas at any time if required for national security or public safety."

The Obama-appointed federal judge's emergency order, issued Saturday night, temporarily barred the U.S. from deporting people from the seven terrorist-spawning nations that are subject to Trump's travel ban. The order said that travelers who have been detained had a strong argument that their legal rights have been violated.

I might agree with the decision that U.S. District Judge Ann Donnelly ruled, but only for those travelers who are citizens or permanent residents. 

Coming into the U.S. is otherwise not a right and we can limit or stop whoever we want.

Stuck at airport
Stephen Miller, a senior adviser to the White House said, 'Nothing in the Brooklyn judge's order in anyway impedes or prevents the implementation of the president's executive order which remains in full, complete and total effect."

The emergency order was issued after the ACLU filed a court petition on behalf  of travelers from the seven countries that Trump's executive order temporarily barred from entering the U.S.: Iran, Iraq, Syria, Sudan, Libya, Somalia and Yemen. 

But why not also ban Saudi Arabia?

Saudi Arabia has been associated with terrorism and religious extremism for centuries.

Fact: fifteen of the nineteen 9/11 hijackers were Saudi citizens. An independent U.S. commission that investigated the attacks found nothing to prove the Saudi government or any Saudi officials financed the terrorists and the Saudi government vigorously denied any involvement. 

But WikiLeaks released US diplomatic cables revealing that private Saudis and other Gulf states "friendly" to the US, are the chief source of funding al Qaeda, the Taliban and other terrorist groups. The documents show the deep frustration in Washington with the level of cooperation from governments in the region. 

"It has been an ongoing challenge to persuade Saudi officials to treat terrorist financing emanating from Saudi Arabia as a strategic priority," a then-secretary of state Hillary Clinton cable read--it was dated Dec. 30, 2009.

"Donors in Saudi Arabia constitute the most significant source of funding to Sunni terrorist groups worldwide," the Clinton document added.

Even Saudi officials recently admitted to misleading the US on funding extremism, according to Politico.
Muhammad ibn Abd al-Wahhab

Saudi Arabia is also the hub of Wahhabism, a fundamentalist form of Islam that has inspired terrorists worldwide. To learn more about this ultraconservative, often violent form of Islam, click here.

Interestingly, in spite of Saudi Arabia's extremely religious holdings, the government has not said anything about President Trump's remarks about violent extremist Muslims. In fact, Trump has been welcomed by the Saudis who share his strong opposition to Iran, their Shia and geopolitical rivals.

After Trump's inauguration, the Saudi Foreign Minister Adel al-Jubeir told Al Arabiya "We are very optimistic about the Trump Administration. The positions that President Trump has articulate are ones that we are completely in accordance with. Restoring America's presence in the world is something we, and all of the Americans, welcome because the lack of an American engagement leads to a vacuum."

President Obama's relationship was not as strong as it appears to be with President Trump because of the Iran deal and the frustration it caused with the Saudis and conservative Americans.

But let's face it. The main reason it seems to be that Saudi Arabia was not put on Trump's list has a lot to do with the Kingdom's strategic importance, particularly for oil, that has been recognized by us as far back as Franklin D. Roosevelt.

Jimmy Carter and his Carter Doctrine of 1980 solidified this relationship when he promised to use our military to protect its interest in the Persian Gulf.

So in spite of the potential for terrorists coming in from Saudi Arabia, it's all about the oil and our special interests in the region.

And if you see something, say something. 

Or if you hear someone screaming: "Allahu Akbar!" .  .  .  run away from the voice.



Iran bans US from going there-like we can't wait


Iran is now banning US citizens from entering their friendly, fun vacation land after President Trump has banned citizens from seven predominantly Muslim countries from coming to the US. They are saying that our ban is an "obvious insult to the Islamic world."

Iran is one of the seven countries that is being banned for 120 days. This has angered the Shi'ite nation but that's a very low bar to get over. The Shia don't even get along with other Muslim sects who also don't get along with them.

So my plans are ruined. I was all ready to go to Tehran to attend the "Gay Festival Hangout." It's fun for the whole family. Afterward there's going to be a "Stones Gala" that they say if you miss it, you're not Muslim enough. I'm told that stones will be provided to all who want to give it a go.

But really, any American or Westerner, for that matter, would be crazy to go there unless they actually have family. For those that do, it's really a sad, but the idea that we need to choose between being 'Merkelishly' liberal and admit people to the US who may be jihadists, or inconvenience some of them for a while until we are comfortable having them here.

Isn't it weird that the "Islamic world" is insulted whenever the US wants to defend itself from jihadist terrorism.


Saturday, January 28, 2017

Texas mosque burned down; cause unknown


Victoria, Texas -- An early-morning fire has destroyed a Texas mosque. This mosque has been the target of hatred in the past but the cause is still unknown.

According to The Victoria Advocate a convenience store clerk saw smoke and flames shooting up from the Islamic Center of Victoria around 2 a.m. Saturday and called the fire department.

Battalion chief Jeff Cowan of the city's fire department said that when they and the police arrived, the mosque was completely consumed in flames. 

It took about four hours to extinguish the blaze and there were no injuries reported.

Victoria Fire Marshal Tom Legler asked for help from state and federal fire investigators to determine the cause of the fire.

Shahid Hasmi, the Islamic Center president, would not speculate as to the cause, but he said the building was burglarized a week ago. In July 2013, a man admitted to painting "H8" on the outside of the building. That's a computer shorthand for the word "hate."

The mosque has a congregation of 100 members, and is not known to be a hotbed for terrorist ideology, anti-Christian, anti-gay,  anti-American and anti-Semitic teaching.

Netanyahu on wall: "A great idea"


"La vengeance est un plat qui se mange froide" (translation. "Revenge is a dish best served cold")  Pierre Choderlos,  Les Liaisons Dangereuses, 1782.

President Obama is gone from power. Israel Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu is still here. The two men probably didn't like each other very much, but Bibi was simply following Obama's anti-Zionist lead.

On Saturday, Netanyahu expressed his clear support for our current President Trump's plan to build a wall along the U.S.-Mexico border. Bibi, as his Israeli supporters fondly call him, said the barrier he had built along Israel's southern border "stopped all illegal immigration" and was a "great idea."

So sit on it, Obama.

President Trump signed executive orders on Wednesday to begin construction of a continuous "physical" wall, being one of the few leaders in history to make good on a campaign promise, which was to keep out illegal immigrants from Mexico, particularly "rapists" and drug dealers.

I think he also meant murderers and other felons, but people nowadays have shorter attention spans.

"Beginning today, the United States of America gets back control of its borders. We are going to save lives on both sides of the border," Trump said.

And while Mexico is still refusing to pay for the wall, while Trump said it would, he's still going ahead on the promise.

Mexico's President Enrique Pena Nieto responded quickly Wednesday to Trump's declaration. He told his nation, in a national television address that he regrets and rejects Trump's decision, and he is canceling a meeting he was to have with Mr. Trump on Tuesday.

There are a number of cost projections for the wall that range from $8 million to $20 million. If I know government spending like I think I do, my guess is that a wall will cost around $35 million or more, just because it always almost doubles in price when the government is involved. 

But Trump's administration and leadership is no ordinary government. Who knows what price lurks in the heart of the project?  In any case, Congress is running around trying to come up with the money.

Trump also wants to hire another 5,000 border patrol agents and 10,000 more immigration officers. These increases must first be approved by Congress however.

Taking to Twitter, a la Trump, Benjamin Netanyahu tweeted: "President Trump is right. I built a wall along Israel's southern border. It stopped all illegal immigration. Great success. Great idea."

The difference is, however, Israel paid for their wall, which was finished in 2013 after two years of construction.

But the actual West Bank barrier is not the same wall. That wall was built to end terror attacks and stem the flow of illegal immigrants from Africa coming through Egypt. They were mostly from Sudan, Eritrea, Ivory Coast, Ethiopia and Nigeria. They came seeking asylum and employment.

Israel's walls work. Trump's walls should also work.


Sanctuary sheriff faces firing for aiding criminal aliens

Travis Co., Texas -- Sheriff Sally Hernandez is facing removal from office for refusing to obey Texas Governor Greg Abbott's order to end "sanctuary city" policies in his state, which aid criminal aliens. Note, the operant word here is 'criminal'. 

Hernandez has rejected Abbott's request to reverse her refusal to cooperate with Immigration and Customs Enforcement except in limited circumstances

Abbott wrote to Hernandez: "First, you claim you have no legal power to comply with ICE detainers. That proves too much, of course, because by your own admission, Travis County Sheriff's Office will honor some ICE detainers, for example when the alien is charged with or convicted of capital murder. You have the exact same legal authority to honor ICE detainers for capital murder cases as you do for other crimes that you personally deem unworthy of enforcement."

Abbott also pointed out the ICE issues detainers for illegal aliens with felony records--including murder.

He added: " .  .  .  Under your reckless policy, for example, dangerous criminal aliens convicted of felonies like murder, aggravated assault, human trafficking, including child sex trafficking, aggravated kidnapping, including sexual performance by a child or indecency with a child, dangerous gang activities . . . "

Hernandez's non sequitur said that honoring the detainers would make the "community less safe by driving people into the shadows." In other words, by allowing felons and the rest to have sanctuary, we can know where they are when they have a child become a prostitute. And as long as the child isn't murdered, we're all good.

Hernandez contends that state law enforcement can't constitutionally be drafted into service by federal agencies, which is a straw man argument, or a distortion of what Abbott is arguing about.

Abbott is interested in letting ICE remove illegals from the streets who were already arrested by Texas officials for committing serious crimes, not simply reporting them.

Gov. Abbott said "For one, these sheriff offices receive grants from the governor's office and we're cutting off those grants to any sanctuary city in the State of Texas," adding . . .  however, we are in a legislative session and we're working on laws that will #1 ban sanctuary cities and #2 remove from office any office holder who promotes sanctuary cities while also imposing criminal penalties as well as financial penalties."

It seems as if Sally Hernandez is following Obama's lead and only upholding those laws or parts of those laws that she likes.

Not nice!



GWU severs ties with terrorist

George Washington University has fired its former al-Qaeda recruiter and researcher who spent three years in U.S. prison. The reason for the firing wasn't because they found out the guy, Jesse Morton, worked for al-Qaeda and hates America, it was because he got caught and arrested on drug and prostitution charges in December.

GWU hired Morton last September as part of its program on extremism, where he studied Islamic radicalization and de-radicalization. But according to university spokesman Brett Zongker, he didn't teach classes or interact with students. He just got a regular paycheck and did his thing as a "consultant" (LOL). Zongker confirmed that on Jan. 2, the jihadist was no longer working for the school but emphasized that "the reasons for his departure are unrelated to his work with the Program on Extremism."

When Morton, now 38, converted to Islam when he was 20 while in prison for drug offenses. While being rehabilitated (LOL) he used his website, Revolution Muslim, to recruit brother scumcrumpets for al-Qaeda and encourage them to commit violent attacks on people who claimed Islam was not the religion of peace and also went after cartoonist and writers of "South Park."

The POS Morton was sentenced to 12 years after pleading guilty to conspiracy to solicit murder along with other charges. He was labeled by prosecutors as a threat to the "very freedoms on which our society is based."

But then he became an informant to the feds and all was forgiven. They released him after less than 3 years in the slammer.

As fate and Allah would have it, Morton was arrested again at a hotel in late December after soliciting a prostitute on Backpage.com. Police officers found drug paraphernalia and cocaine on him when he went to meet who he thought was a prostitute.

The sting used an ad offering sex services place on Backpage.com. Morton replied to the ad and then showed up at the Governor House Inn & Suites in Falls Church, Va. where he was arrested. Police searched his automobile and found cocaine, a glass pipe and other hardware for smoking crack.

It must have been Allah's will or something--maybe he's just stupid.

Anyway, GWU hired him for their Program on Extremism. His job was to research effective methods to de-radicalize potential terrorists of the Islamic persuasion after recruiting countless others in radical Islamic terrorist roles. 

He attained a Master's degree in international affairs from Columbia University in 2007 and affiliated himself with radical Islamic groups in New York City. He went by the name Younus Abdullah Mohammad (because every Muslim wants to emulate Mohammad.

The crap weasel started a website known as Revolution Muslim and it became one of the top Islamic radicalization sites on YouTube in the USA. When things got hot for him, he fled to Morocco but was apprehended and extradited back to the U.S. in 2011.

While in prison, he helped federal agents with counter-terrorism operations and was released in 2015. 

GWU snatched him up in 2016.

His next court date is in April 2017.



Iraqi fighters feel "betrayed" by Trump

President Trump is getting more done than any former president and is still a better golfer than Obama. 

On Friday, Trump signed an executive order to "protect the American people from terrorist attacks by foreign nationals" by suspending for a few months, the entry of immigrants from seven countries: Yemen, Sudan Libya, Somalia, Syria, Iran and Iraq. Unfortunately, there are several other countries that should be on the list, in my opinion, such as Saudi Arabia and Pakistan, at the very least, but they were not included.

Although the proposal isn't finalized, some Iraqis who have been in the fight against ISIS are angry and feel "betrayed."

So if they're fighting in Iraq and feeling betrayed by our immigration suspension, doesn't that seem to imply they were planning to come here in the future? If so, to paraphrase that commie group"Country Joe and the Fish," what are they really fighting for?

"Iraqis are the largest victims of terrorism and now we are paying double the price," a high-ranking Iraqi Army general said anonymously to Fox News, as he is unauthorized to speak to the media. "This has caused massive disappointment in the hearts of every Iraqi who is fighting radicalism."

Many Iraqis expressed fear because they have been waiting in-line for resettlement for years and their lives are at risk due to their American associations, only now to be told they may not make it out of the country.

Trump said a ban prevents terrorists from coming into the country posing as refugees. Syrians will be indefinitely banned but the larger refugee program will be stopped only for four months. All visa applications from the seven countries (above) will be paused for only 30 days.

Who does Iraq think Trump is anyway? Angela Merkel?

Obama intended for over 100,000 refugees to be resettled this year, but Trump wants to cut that number in half.

Several Iraqis expressed their displeasure that the ban targets them but not other nations such as Qatar, Pakistan, Turkey, Saudi Arabia and Egypt that have been accused by many of exporting, financing and supporting jihad terrorism going back to September 11, 2001.

They have a very good point.


Madeleine Albright, Trump's secret weapon

Former Secretary of State under Bill Clinton (but not in "that way") Madeleine Albright just may be President Donald Trump's secret weapon.

Ms. Albright has threatened to "register as Muslim" over Trump's immigration policies but we know that he doesn't really plan to register Muslims in the first place, but this supposed plan is made up by the media to stir up opposition to Trump's real policies.

But what if Albright really does become a full-blown Muslim? Wouldn't that discourage young men who may have thought of converting to Islam from pulling the trigger, so to speak? Is this the reward extremists will get from self-detonation? 

Is she the typical "virgin?" 

Trump never said that he plans to register Muslims--that's fake news--this is important to remember.

But Albright threatens to 'register' as a Muslim, as does Mayim Bialik, the actress on "The Big Bang Theory. Bialik is Jewish and Albright discovered later in life that she too has a Jewish background.

Neither Albright nor Bialik (who holds a PhD in something) seem to realize that as Jews or Christians (in Albright's case) they are described as apes and pigs in Islamic scripture and are hated.

To get a better picture of just how barbaric the religion of peace can be toward Christians and Jews, click here

What is wrong with Trump holding off for 120 days before we begin "extreme vetting" of people coming from countries that are known for breeding and harboring terrorists?

The only thing I would say that Trump is overlooking is that there are countries not on the list for which he wants to temporarily freeze visas and immigration. These countries include Saudi Arabia, the hub of the extreme Wahhabism that encourages violent jihad; as well as Lebanon, Jordan, Bangladesh and Pakistan. 

Ironically, all of these countries are primarily Islamic. But where Christians and other non Muslims are being persecuted and killed, Trump should make it easier for those people to gain refugee status.

In the meantime, Albright and Bialik need to remove their heads from their nether regions and acknowledge the disregard to democracy, law and order and human rights that Europe has caused to befall itself by opening its borders to poorly vetted refugees who often enough, wish them harm.

Bialik is just a stupid person with a lot of education, while Albright is more sinister.

Albright favored war with Saddam Hussein and was trying to find an excuse to start that war. In his book, Gen. Hugh Shelton (ret) then Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, gave an account in his memoirs of an exchange had with Albright. He describes a disgusting conversation they had where she states:
"I know I shouldn't even be asking you this, but what we really need in order to go in and take out Saddam is a precipitous event--something that would make us look good in the eyes of the world. Could you have one of our U-2s fly low enough--and slow enough--so as to guarantee that Saddam could shoot it down?"
Shelton writes: The hair on the back of my neck bristled, my teeth clenched, and my fists tightened. I was so mad I was about to explode. I looked across the table, thinking about the pilot in the U-2 and responded, "Of course we can . . . " which prompted a big smile . . .
"You can?" was the excited reply. 
"Why, of course we can," I countered. "Just as soon as we get your ass qualified to fly it, I will have it flown just as low and slow as you want to go." 
This is the way liberals think. Let someone else do it. Let someone else pay for it. Let someone else defend me.



Friday, January 27, 2017

Theresa May: pro-extremists anti-Brexit

British Prime Minister Theresa May spoke in Philadelphia about "the peaceful religion of Islam" and "internationalism."

To her discredit, May banned Robert Spencer, a expert on Islam and its dangers to the Western world, from the country, likening him to a violent terrorist for correctly saying that "[Islam] is a religion and is a belief system that mandates warfare against unbelievers. . . " 

But she did not ban the steady influx of jihad preachers into the country.

For example, Syed Muzaffar Shah Qadri is a preacher of hatred and jihad violence. He was banned from preaching in Pakistan because of his level of violence but the UK Home Office welcomed him with open arms.

More recently, the UK Home Office admitted Shaykh Hamza Sodagar, a Muslim who said "If there's homosexual men, the punishment is one of five things. One--the easiest one maybe--chop their head off, that's the easiest. Second--burn them to death. Third--throw them off a cliff. Fourth--tear down a wall on them so they die under that. Fifth--a combination of the above."

The guy's a real sweetheart if you're straight, though.

These are just two examples of how Theresa May and the UK has allowed themselves to come under siege by Islamic extremists. The UK government recently admitted two jihad preachers who praised the murderer of a person who was opposed to Pakistan's blasphemy laws. One of these scumbuns was praised by none other than the Archbishop of Canterbury while the country banned three bishops from Iraq and Syria where Christians are persecuted.

What's wrong with this picture? 

Does May think that by giving in to jihad extremists and admitting them, while banning those who oppose jihad terror, she will pacify her uncontrollable and booming Muslim population?

Is she crazy enough to believe that if she rids her country of "Islamophobia" that Muslims will no longer respond to their jihad imperative? 

It's obvious that Brexit has been discarded by May. Briton needs to vote her out of office and elect a Prime Minister who will make Britain what it used to be.


Will California pay for the wall if they secede?


California submitted a proposal to the State Department on Thursday to secede from the United States. If they do, the GOP will be unstoppable in future presidential elections.

They call it "Calexit," a name lifted from the UK's "Brexit" departure from the European Union. It would require voters to repeal part of California's constitution declaring the state an inseparable part of the U.S.

A recent poll fount about 33 percent of liberal residents there would support a secession due to their opposition to President Trump, but no reference was made of him in the proposal.

If the proposal qualifies for the ballot and is approved by voters, it would be the first step to a future vote of whether the state would become a country in and of itself--a haven for liberal skateboarders and pot smokers.

Hopefully they will leave and likely implode.

Secretary of State Alex Padilla said that the group behind the proposal Yes California Independence Campaign, will be allowed to go ahead and collect the approximate 600 thousand signatures needed to put the plan on the ballot.

"In our view, the United States of America represents so many things that conflict with California values [smoking dope, abortion on demand, free condoms, free contraceptives, free schools, and free liberal-only speech] and our continued statehood means California will continue subsidizing the other states to our own detriment, and to the detriment of our children," the Yes campaign's website says.

This is not the first attempt to leave the union and establish California as a nation. 

This proposed constitution amendment, titled California Nationhood, would ask voters to repeal language saying the U.S. Constitution is the supreme law. If approved, it calls for a 2019 vote asking Californians: "Should California become a fee, sovereign and independent country?"

"America already hates California, and America votes on emotions," Marcus Evans, vice president of Yes California told the Los Angeles Times. "I think we'd have the votes today if he held it."

In order to qualify for the ballot, the 600 thousand signatures must be submitted by July 25th. 

Hopefully they will secede and another wall goes up between the nation of California and the United States of America. 

I suspect President Trump will make it difficult for Californians to visit the United States unless properly vetted.