Every entity on the following list, is dirty in every sense of the word. These are the permanently stained and ready for the rag-bag. Not the bag full of soft pieces of cloth your mother used to polish the furniture. The other rag-bag. The one that hangs on a nail in the out-house. And everyone knows those rags are good for one thing and one thing only.
It’s time to relegate each and every one of the following individuals and entities connected to the International Crisis Group, to the duty best suited to them. Out-house rag-bag detail. Because they’ve proven over and over again that’s all they’re good for … if that. If you’re not familiar with the International Crisis Group and the upheavals they spread everywhere and anywhere they choose, funded with your tax-dollars, see my October 25, 2018 upload titled, Why Is No One Reporting This?
A short while ago, President Trump met with Young Black Leadership members.
They cheered and clapped as the President spoke about the importance of America first. Shouts of, “USA, USA, USA”, rose from those present, reaffirming once again, how much the president is loved and appreciated by the black community.
Last Fall, Attorney General Jeff Sessions, appointed Special Prosecutor, John Huber, to investigate whether the FBI abused its power when it obtained a FISA warrant and three subsequent renewals, on Trump campaign adviser Carter Page.
One year later and Huber has not interviewed any key witnesses.
Why is no one reporting on the obvious connections, between the International Crisis Group and the Honduran caravan? Why aren’t we seeing this reported on ABC-CBS-NBC-NYT-WaPO? Why isn’t Fake FOX news reporting on these connections and showing their relationship to the caravan?
On October 23, 2018 President Donald Trump dined with 17 Generals, 5 Admirals and an additional 5 Top military brass leaders in the Cabinet Room. The President answered a few questions from the media at the beginning of their briefing.
On the heels of the now 14,000 and counting wave set to flood across our southern border in the coming weeks is another wave – and then another, and likely many more. Faced with the prospect of paying smugglers $5,000-$10,000 to transport them to the US border, residents of Central American countries have come to realize that mass migrations are safer and cheaper. They know they have allies on this side of our border.