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FBI CONFIRMS: HILLARY IS UNDER INVESTIGATION

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Following weeks of being coy about it, the FBI officially confirmed Monday that they are investigating Hillary Clinton in relation to her use of a private email server while secretary of state. The Justice Department filed a letter in court this week from FBI General Counsel James Baker, who acknowledged that the inquiry was still being conducted. Baker’s letter, written in response to a State Department request for details, reads in part: “We remain unable to provide the requested information without adversely affecting ongoing law enforcement efforts.”

While Baker’s letter confirms the FBI’s active involvement, it sheds little light on the nature of the investigation. “The FBI has not, however, publicly acknowledged the specific focus, scope, or potential targets of any such proceedings,” he wrote.

Even so, the “potential target” of the investigation is obvious. Clinton was the one who decided to sacrifice security for convenience, and it is on her shoulders that rests this unacceptable mistake. As of now, more than 1,500 classified emails have been found on her unsecured server, including 22 which have been marked at the highest level of government secrecy. Clinton’s excuse that these emails were marked classified after the fact may convince voters, but it shouldn’t be enough to shield her from the law.

Speaking of the law, there is mounting pressure on Attorney General Loretta Lynch to step aside and let an independent prosecutor decide whether or not to press charges against Clinton. Not only is Lynch a member of the Obama administration, she was appointed U.S. Attorney in New York by former president Bill Clinton. Not to mention that she served in that capacity while Hillary was senator of that state.

In a statement to The Hill newspaper, Rep. Ron DeSantis (R-Fla) said, “That Hillary Clinton could be the Democratic nominee and the potential next president represents an extraordinary circumstance that commends the appointment of a special counsel.”

This isn’t necessarily about questioning Lynch’s objectivity, but the Justice Department owes the American people an investigation unhindered by the perception of political bias. As DeSantis said, this situation is virtually unprecedented and Lynch can’t afford to treat this like any other case. Even if she is thoroughly transparent, it will be impossible for her to avoid the stench of favoritism.

Alas, keeping the next president out of jail comes with its own rewards and they may be too tempting for Lynch to pass up. Clinton’s reputation can never fully recover from this scandal; we’ve already learned too much about how she endangered national security. But you can bet that she will take a presidency mired in public outrage over a stint in prison. And considering how willing Obama is to ignore the law, it will probably be the voters alone who can keep Hillary from realizing that dream.
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So it begins here: U.S. city ‘overrun’ with criminal refugees

by Leo Hohmann

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The federal government is working with churches and NGOs to bring foreign refugees, including some from Syria, to small towns in Montana, including Helena and Missoula. (Map used courtesy of GoNorthwest.com)
More than 120 people braved the snow and ice Monday to rally in front of the Missoula County Courthouse, protesting an effort by the Obama administration and its army of community organizers to plant foreign “refugees” into small cities in western Montana.

One of the speakers was a woman who moved recently to Montana from Amarillo, Texas, which has been inundated with thousands of refugees over the past 15 years.

“Amarillo is overrun with refugees,” said Karen Sherman, who stood and spoke to the crowd amid blowing wind and falling snowflakes. Sherman just moved to Missoula, a college town that serves as home to the University of Montana.

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It’s a far cry from Amarillo, which she described as a city of rampant crime and cracking social fabric, thanks to the heavy influx of refugees sent there by the U.S. State Department in cooperation with the United Nations.

“Our city is failing because of the refugees. We have 22 different languages spoken in our schools. We’ve got 42 languages being fielded by our 9-1-1 call centers, and crime is just through the roof. We need to exercise caution, especially for the sake of our children,” she said.

The protesters carried signs that read, “Christian Refugees 2 Christian Nations, Muslim Refugees 2 Muslim Nations, That’s Only Fair,” and “Refugee Resettlement Means Big $$$$$ – No Accountability.”

Sherman said Amarillo, a city of just more than 200,000 people, has gang violence that has surpassed that of much larger Texas cities such as Fort Worth. She fears U.S. cities like Amarillo and Minneapolis, Minnesota, could be in line to become the next Rotherham, England, or Cologne, Germany, or Stockholm, Sweden, where mass rapes by Muslim men have gained much attention in Europe.

Touching off a rape epidemic

Amarillo was recently named the fifth most dangerous city in Texas, according to FBI crime statistics, up from sixth last year. And it has been nationally recognized as having one of the highest rates of rape in the nation.

That’s a dubious distinction that Sherman believes is tied to the high number of Muslim refugees shipped there by the U.S. government.

“The rape epidemic in this world is becoming pandemic. It’s not confined to one location. Fifteen years ago in Norway, rape was unheard of. Now it’s an epidemic,” Sherman said. “The perpetrators are 100 percent Muslim males. In Sweden, rape has gone up by 500 percent. Stockholm recently had the dubious honor of opening their very first rape center for men and boys.”

In the northern U.K. city of Rotherham, more than 1,400 children have been beaten, raped and trafficked in a well-documented turn of events that has gone largely unreported in the U.S.

“It was covered up by the local government for fear of being viewed as racist. This only came to light because a journalist decided we needed to know about that, not the government,” she said, referring to the rape scandal that unraveled in England in 2014, when it was revealed by media that gangs of mostly Pakistani men had been sexually assaulting English girls for years while police covered it up for fear of being perceived as “anti-Muslim.”

“You can have female equality, or you can have refugees. You cannot have both,” Sherman said.

Pamela Geller wrote the field manual for activists seeking to protect their community from Islamic supremacy encroachment in “Stop the Islamization of America: A Practical Guide to the Resistance.”

Too late to save Texas?

Texas Gov. Greg Abbott has called for a stop to the influx of refugees, but it’s too late, she said. The program continues unabated because, if even one refugee is present in the U.S., he is entitled under current law to bring in his entire extended family.

“It’s called family reunification,” Sherman said.

She said America, founded on Judeo-Christian principles of tolerance and respect for one’s fellow man, should not expect people from Third World cultures to share those values.

“If people don’t choose to follow the law, you cannot hire enough police officers,” she said.

“Whether you believe (in the Judeo-Christian God) or not, your values and your principles were influenced by that. Now we’re asking that these people come here, who have been taught for thousands of years of violence and hatred, and we’re expecting them to come here and assimilate to our way of life,” Sherman told the crowd gathered in Missoula. “This is a dangerous and foolish expectation.”

Amarillo has received 5,251 foreign refugees since January 2002, according to the federal refugee database. That’s more than half of the nearly 8,000 refugees sent to Texas during that period.

President Obama has increased the number of foreign refugees bound for American soil in fiscal 2016 to 85,000. That’s a 20 percent increase over the previous year, and 10,000 will come from the jihadist hotbed of Syria.

WND reported last week that two groups are working to resettle Syrian refugees in Montana. One group, WorldMontana, is working in Helena and the other, Soft Landing Missoula, is working in Missoula.

Caroline Solomon drove more than 100 miles to Missoula Monday from her home in Big Fork, Montana, to participate in the rally.

“About four people (from her group) didn’t make it because of weather, but we think there were about 125 people on our side and about six with signs calling us ‘racists,'” she said.

Softening up the soil

Soft Landing Missoula is working with city and county officials to bring Third World refugees to Montana while the state’s Act For America chapter and other activists are trying to stop that from happening. Soft Landing, like most of the non-governmental organizations working with the government to plant refugees into U.S. cities, is working with churches and faith-based groups behind the scenes to create an atmosphere that is more “welcoming” of refugees.

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David Lubell of Welcoming America works closely with the White House to soften up the soil in cities targeted to receive an influx refugees.
David Lubell of Welcoming America works closely with the White House to soften up the soil in cities targeted to receive an influx Muslim refugees.
Many of the community organizers have received training or consultation from David Lubell’s Welcoming America organization, which was started with seed money from billionaire George Soros. Lubell is a close adviser to President Obama’s “New Americans” initiative, which seeks to convert millions of refugees and recent immigrants into U.S. citizens with full voting privileges.

The modus operandi used by resettlement agencies usually involves sending a handful of refugees at first and then gradually increasing the influx to hundreds per year.

Mary Poole, who represents Soft Landing, Missoula, told KGVO News Radio that many immigrants have settled in Missoula over the past 30 years. She compared the mostly Middle Eastern migrants from Muslim countries like Syria, Afghanistan and Iraq to the Hmong refugees fleeing communist Vietnam in the late 1970s and early ’80s.

“We’ve successfully resettled a Hmong community, as well as Belorussians and Ukrainians, who are now members of our community and part of the fabric of Missoula,” Poole told KGVO. “We’re just working on revamping the infrastructure that has already existed here.”

But according to the federal database, the state of Montana has not received any refugees since 2008, and only 61 have been sent there since the Sept. 11, 2001, terrorist attacks.

Montana resistance follows backlash in Idaho

Other small towns in the West have similarly struggled to oppose the plans of urban elites to import what they see as the problems of the Third World into their communities.

In Sandpoint, Idaho, City Council members voted last Wednesday to withdraw a resolution supporting refugee resettlement, bringing an end to a heated, month-long debate over whether that was a wise move. It had the full backing of Sandpoint Mayor Shelby Rognstad.

Cheers erupted from the audience when the newly elected Sandpoint mayor capitulated, asking the council to withdraw his resolution from consideration. His resolution was meant to counter statements from county commissioners and the local sheriff opposing the refugees. Rognstad said his resolution was intended to restate Sandpoint’s commitments to “human rights.”

“This resolution has only served to divide us and this community,” said Rognstad, as he requested the withdrawal. “That saddens me.”

But others see the situation in reverse. They see nonprofits and NGOs, often flush with government grant money, coming in and stirring up controversy within their once-peaceful communities.

In Twin Falls, Idaho, Chobani opened the world’s largest yogurt factory and gave 30 percent of the 600 jobs to foreign refugees, and the federal government has plans to send 300 more refugees, this time from Syria, to the Twin Falls area. That touched off a backlash from a group called 3 Percent of Idaho, which organized a protest at the Idaho Statehouse in late November that attracted more than 1,000 people from both sides of the issue.

If the past record is any indication, the groups seeking to bring Third World refugees to small town America will not be easily chased off by people with signs.

In fact, the pro-refugee Hebrew Immigrant Aid Society, put together a field manual in 2013 on how to deal with “pockets of resistance” in the American heartland. One of the strategies in that manual is to research the backgrounds of resistors and identify them as “anti-Muslim” racists.

A WND report from May 2015 exposed the HIAS strategy to deride and intimidate any politician or activist who opposes the refuge industry’s agenda to change the demographics of a town.

The HIAS report, titled “Resettlement at Risk: Meeting Emerging Challenges to Refugee Resettlement in Local Communities,” calls for “new tools to fight back against a determined legislator or governor who has decided to challenge resettlement for political or other reasons.”

Read more at http://www.wnd.com/2016/02/so-it-begins-here-u-s-city-overrun-with-criminal-refugees/#3wj2rFKmu7fblGJw.99

Bombshell: Obama cutting border surveillance in half

by Leo Hohmann

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A U.S. Border Patrol canine team works with an U.S. Air and Marine agent to detain an undocumented immigrant after chasing him down near the U.S.-Mexico border on April 11, 2013 near Mission, Texas. A group of 16 immigrants from Mexico and El Salvador said they crossed the Rio Grande River from Mexico into Texas during the morning hours before they were caught. The Rio Grande Valley sector of has seen more than a 50 percent increase in illegal immigrant crossings from last year, according to the Border Patrol. Agents say they have also seen an additional surge in immigrant traffic since immigration reform negotiations began this year in Washington D.C. Proposed refoms could provide a path to citizenship for many of the estimated 11 million undocumented workers living in the United States.  (Photo by John Moore/Getty Images)

MISSION, TX – APRIL 11: A U.S. Border Patrol canine team works with an U.S. Air and Marine agent to detain an undocumented immigrant after chasing him down near the U.S.-Mexico border on April 11, 2013 near Mission, Texas. A group of 16 immigrants from Mexico and El Salvador said they crossed the Rio Grande River from Mexico into Texas during the morning hours before they were caught. The Rio Grande Valley sector of has seen more than a 50 percent increase in illegal immigrant crossings from last year, according to the Border Patrol. Agents say they have also seen an additional surge in immigrant traffic since immigration reform negotiations began this year in Washington D.C. Proposed refoms could provide a path to citizenship for many of the estimated 11 million undocumented workers living in the United States. (Photo by John Moore/Getty Images)


Border Patrol agents detain an illegal border crosser after chasing him down near the U.S.-Mexico border at Mission, Texas
The U.S. Department of Homeland Security is planning to cut 50 percent of the budget for aerial surveillance along the U.S.-Mexico border, agents revealed at a congressional hearing Thursday.

In an effort to understand why DHS is cutting funding, Texas Republican Gov. Greg Abbott and Rep. Henry Cuellar, D-Texas, wrote a bipartisan letter to DHS Secretary Jeh Johnson.

“Any decrease in aerial observation is not only imprudent, but contradicts the very mission of border security enforcement,” the letter states.

The lawmakers’ letter also asks for detailed information about the reduction aerial-based border security, also known as Operation Phalanx.

Abbott and Cuellar describe news of the funding cut for border security as “unsettling.”

“It has come to our attention that for calendar year 2016 the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) requested 3,850 hours of persistent aerial detection, situational awareness and monitoring capability support for Operation Phalanx from the Department of Defense (DOD). This request was fifty percent lower than that of recent years. Given the recent surge of migrants from Central America and Cuba along the southern border, we believe DHS should request more surveillance and security resources, not fewer. Moreover, Texas requested additional aerial observation resources in a September 30, 2015, letter that went unanswered by your department.

“The fact that DHS now appears to be taking the opposite approach is unsettling.”

Jessica Vaughan, director of policy studies for the Center for Immigration Studies in Washington, said she learned of the plans to cut the funding at Thursday’s House Judiciary hearing, at which she also testified.

Texas Department of Public Safety Director Steve McCraw mentioned it.

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Jessica Vaughan, research fellow at the Center for Immigration Studies
Jessica Vaughan, research fellow at the Center for Immigration Studies
“It’s very concerning – with the security risks now confronting our nation, and a continuing influx of illegal migration across the southern border that includes criminal smuggling activity, why on earth would the government want to slash in half an important asset like aerial border surveillance?” Vaughan told WND. “That’s the kind of program that enables us to know what is happening on the border and what is getting by, so that agents on the ground can be sent to intercept.”

The surveillance is critical to what is known in the security business as “situational awareness,” said Vaughan.

“Apparently, the Obama administration doesn’t want to know what is coming across the border, and doesn’t want the Border Patrol to know, either,” she said.

William Gheen, president of Americans for Legal Immigration, or ALIPAC, said the situation at the border continues to spin out of control.

“We have also heard that Border Patrol has been ordered to just catch and release illegals without detaining them,” he said. “With the new unprecedented wave of illegal immigration coming in via the ‘border surge’ and the new wave of (more than 28,000) Cubans illegally immigrating to the U.S., it appears word has reached all reaches of the earth that America’s defensive shields have been sabotaged from within.”

No longer enforcing U.S. law

The news about pending cuts in surveillance comes on the heels of Thursday’s report that the Obama administration was no longer enforcing U.S. law at the southern border, allowing illegal alien women and children to enter freely with a “catch-and-release” policy.

The illegals are caught, given notice to appear in court for a deportation hearing and released. But more than 40 percent have been ignoring the court summons, which became a source of deep embarrassment to the DHS, said Brandon Judd, president of the National Border Patrol Council, at the hearing Thursday. So, to ameliorate the embarrassment, the notices to appear are no longer being handed out as long as the person entering doesn’t have a felony record.

Fired for doing their jobs?

Furthermore, on Thursday, a top Border Patrol agent revealed that if border agents follow the law and ask illegal aliens why they are coming to the U.S., they will be terminated, the Daily Caller reported.

“Right now, the Border Patrol has actually told us that we can no longer ask them that question, why are they coming any more?” Judd testified. “We can’t even ask that question. In some cases, we still do, but we are being told that you can’t even ask why they are coming.”

“What do you think are the consequences for agents who are unwilling to comply with these limiting policies?” asked Rep. Raul Labrador.

“They’ll be terminated,” Judd replied.

He said no agents have yet been fired because the agents in Judd’s group follow the policy directives.

Illegal immigration surged in 2014, and Judd said, “We’re actually seeing a lot more at this point than what we did in 2014.” He added that the Border Patrol currently does not have the resources to adequately respond.

“Why did the cartels drive them to the middle of the desert and then have them cross over the Rio Grande only to surrender to the first Border Patrol Agent they came across?” Judd told the committee. “The reason is that it completely tied up our manpower and allowed the cartels to smuggle whatever they wanted across our border.”

“Our gates are wide open, and the final siege of America is well under way,” Gheen told WND.

Read more at http://www.wnd.com/2016/02/bombshell-obama-to-cut-border-surveillance-in-half/#kDFt4m7RyWHUkjgw.99

Jeb Bush Hears The Fat Lady Singing

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by Javier Manjarres
Stick a fork in him. The fat lady has sung. It’s over.

These are just a few things that are being said about former Florida Governor Jeb Bush’s fledgling presidential campaign.

Bush’s dismal performance in New Hampshire early this week, and his plummeting poll numbers, not to mention the fact that his base of support is leaving him for Senator Marco Rubio, are all viable reasons as to why Bush should probably throw in the towel.

According to the latest Realclearpolitics.com average of polls, Bush holds an amoebic national 4.8% base of support, while only garnering 9% and 10% support in New Hampshire and South Carolina, respectively.

This is not good for any presidential candidate.

Bush is a great candidate, and would most likely turn the country around if elected president, but the problem he has is that there are too many other Republican presidential options.

And let’s not forget that his last name is Bush.

Read more at http://shark-tank.com/2016/02/03/jeb-bush-hears-the-fat-lady-singing/

CAN YOU BELIEVE THIS HILLARY MADE $21,667,000 ON SPEECHES – THAT IS SOME ARM TWISTING

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THIS IS A CRIMINAL EVENT

Why I’m voting for Trump

Why I’m voting for Trump
CNN talks to more than 150 people in 31 cities to explore what’s driving the Trump phenomenon
By MJ Lee, Sara Murray, Jeremy Diamond, Noah Gray and Tal Kopan, CNN

(CNN)They are showing up in droves to see Donald Trump: Men and women, overwhelmingly white, frustrated with the country’s first black president, fearful that they are being displaced by minorities and immigrants, and nostalgic for the way America used to be.

And Trump is thriving, tapping into the fears and anxieties that have erupted into the open in an extraordinary presidential campaign.

The voters pledging their allegiance to the Republican front-runner hail from all corners of the country. They work on farms, in nursing homes and run small businesses; they’ve voted for Mitt Romney and Barack Obama and participated in the tea party movement; they are high school students who will vote for the first time this November and retirees and veterans who came of age during World War II.

In Trump, these people see the next president of the United States.

His attitude, one voter said, is that he “seems to just not give a f—.” Trump’s nativist rhetoric and hardline immigration stance is a relief for those who see a segment of the population “getting away” with breaking the law. Post-San Bernardino, the candidate’s promise to “bomb the sh– out of ISIS” exudes an uncomplicated confidence rare in other politicians. His accomplishments in the business world offer reassurance that he’ll “put the economy back where it belongs.”

Perhaps most important is Trump’s imperviousness to the typical boundaries around race. He has made provocative remarks on the subject since the earliest days of his campaign — and his supporters are listening. They are rowdy, and at times, even violent. On more than one occasion, they’ve accosted protesters, lobbing racial slurs and physical abuse.

The following story attempts to capture the remarkable Trump phenomenon — and the anti-establishment anger, and the racial and economic fears beneath it — through the people who have flocked to Trump rallies since last summer. The voices were chosen from more than 150 people — including supporters and opponents of Trump — that CNN reporters interviewed in 31 cities across the country over the past few months and asked about some of the candidate’s more controversial statements.

These interviews provide a snapshot of a political movement unprecedented in modern politics. They reflect some of the loudest and most passionate defenders of Trump, a candidate who has said he has such deep loyalty among his supporters that he could “stand in the middle of 5th Avenue and shoot somebody and I wouldn’t lose voters.” Many people CNN interviewed were not turned off by Trump’s provocative remarks — but inclined to agree with his statements and his unvarnished approach to self-expression. There is no getting around the impression that for some, racial attitudes are fueling their support.

But there are also other factors feeding the enthusiasm: the belief that Americans are unsafe, and he will protect them; an appreciation for the simple good vs. evil worldview he presents; an admiration of his celebrity status and business background. And, above all, a faith that he will restore an America they feel has been lost to them, and dream of experiencing again.

Why can’t they follow the rules?
There’s widespread anger that too many immigrants are simply “getting away” with not playing by the rules at the expense of hard-working white Americans. Why do some people not pay taxes? Not have jobs? Come into the country illegally?

On October 21, a line had begun to form outside the Burlington Memorial Auditorium in southeast Iowa by mid-afternoon. Trump, at the time topping national and Iowa polls, was scheduled to speak at 6 p.m.

One of the people waiting in line — a woman in her 30s named Norma Sweet — stood out. She appeared to be the only non-white person waiting for Trump.

Sweet was there with her husband, Terry Sweet, who is more than 30 years her senior. They said Norma came to the country 13 years ago from the Philippines and that she has been a citizen for 8 years. Speaking with a CNN reporter, Terry proudly pointed to his wife as an example of immigration done “correctly.”

“It’s not fair to her to let the illegals stay here. She does everything right. She works, she pays taxes, she votes,” he said.

The couple said they both planned to vote for Trump.

This sentiment — that too many immigrants are bending the rules and even have a leg up on American-born citizens — is widespread among Trump supporters, despite laws that bar illegal immigrants from receiving benefits such as welfare, food stamps and Medicaid. These individuals have drawn comfort from Trump’s hardline immigration stance and his vow to create a system in which “no one is above the law.”

A November CNN/Kaiser Family Foundation survey captured the white frustration around race that Trump is tapping into. A majority of whites have a fundamentally different view of whether the federal government should ensure income equality between whites and minorities: 57% of whites said this was not the government’s burden, but a majority of African-Americans (67%) and Hispanics (63%) said it was.

Paul Weber of Appleton, Iowa, describing himself as “kind of a redneck” at an October Trump rally in Waterloo, said he was tired of the so-called “new Americans” flooding the country.

“The people that are coming in here from China, Indonesia and all of them countries, they’re getting pregnant and coming here and having babies,” Weber said, telling an Asian reporter that he meant no offense. “They get everything and the people that were born here can’t get everything.”

A woman named Deena from Myrtle Beach, South Carolina, attending a Trump rally there in late November made the following analogy about illegal immigration.
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“I come home and someone’s occupying my house and they’re eating my food and then they’re taking the kids from my bed; they’re taking the money out of my pocket,” said Deena, who said she was still undecided on Trump. “Why should we have to support someone else and then make our kids suffer, our families suffer?”

But some of these same individuals are also quick to emphasize that their deep concerns about illegal immigration don’t necessarily make them anti-immigrant.

Sherry Schnell, a “big fan” of Trump even before he decided to run for president, said she was in favor of both a wall along the Mexico border and more immigrants.

“If we have them all come in, they’ve all been inspected and they’ve all gone through the rules and regulations to become a citizen, I want more,” Schnell said at a Trump rally in Sarasota. “The more the merrier.”

A divisive President
There is a very palpable anger at President Obama. Many Trump supporters say he can’t be trusted, he cares more about the welfare of black people than whites and he’s inflamed racial divisions in the country. Others say they’re convinced that he’s Muslim.

Long before the wall along the Mexico border and a Muslim “ban,” Trump was fixated on another controversial issue: Obama’s birthplace.

For years, the real-estate developer has publicly questioned whether Obama was in fact born in Hawaii, and in turn, his eligibility to be president. Though he has shown little interest in reviving that theory as a presidential candidate, Trump is now aiming that skepticism at one of his rivals, Ted Cruz, alleging that because the Texas senator was born in Canada, he may not be eligible to run for president.

For many Trump fans, the candidate’s once prominent role in the so-called Obama “birther” movement has left a lasting impression.

The skeptics, dispersed throughout Trump rallies, have serious misgivings about the President’s U.S. citizenship and Christian faith more than four years after Obama publicly released his birth certificate.

“Islam is traced patrilineally. I am a Muslim if my father is Muslim. In that sense, it is undeniable that Barack Obama was born a Muslim,” Michael Rooney said at a Trump event in Worcester, Massachusetts, in November. (Obama is a Christian. He has said his father was born a Muslim and later became an atheist.)

Rooney, a respiratory therapist in his late 40s, likened Obama’s Christian faith to Caitlyn Jenner’s recent gender transition: “It is true that he now identifies as a Christian in the same sense that Bruce Jenner identifies as a woman.”

At another rally in Manassas, Virginia, on December 2, Robin Reif, 54, yelled into the crowd that the President was from Kenya. He told CNN afterward that Obama was “too much of a Muslim” and an “Islamist sympathizer.”

“In our Constitution, it says that the president has to be an American citizen,” Reif said. “I’m still wondering where is he really from. What is this man’s background?”

The widespread distrust of the President has to do with much more than just his birthplace or religion.

If the President’s supporters view his 2008 election as an historic moment that helped break down a racial barrier, others blame the country’s first African-American President for deepening racial tensions.

Said George Ziegler, a Trump supporter attending a Columbus, Ohio, rally on November 23: “Obama was supposed to bring us together. Instead, he’s divided us.”

The silent majority: ‘No one’s looking out for the white guy anymore’
Energizing the Trump movement are voters who call themselves the “silent majority.” These individuals feel strongly that white people, too, face discrimination in this country, and that they are often wrongly accused of being racist. This is stirring anger at the Black Lives Movement.

Fueled by a series of deadly police shootings perpetrated by white officers against blacks, the Black Lives Matter movement has become a powerful symbol of the racial tensions that run deep in the United States.

Angry protesters spilled onto the streets of Baltimore, Ferguson and Chicago, determined to have their voices heard. More than five decades after the passage of the Civil Rights Act, and well into Obama’s second term, racial discrimination against African-Americans may have become less overt but is still very much a reality, the activists pleaded.

At Trump’s campaign rallies, a similar frustration is palpable — among white voters.

Taking their cue from Trump, these individuals are calling themselves the “silent majority.” Some say they suffer from “reverse discrimination.”

Rhett Benhoff, a middle-aged white man at a December Trump campaign event in Raleigh, North Carolina, said discrimination against whites is “absolutely” real.

“I mean, it seems like we really go overboard to make sure all these other nationalities nowadays and colors have their fair shake of it, but no one’s looking out for the white guy anymore,” he said.

Among Trump supporters, suspicion and anger toward the Black Lives Matter movement run deep. These people say the group’s name and slogan seem to convey that black lives are more important than white lives.

“I think it’s bulls—,” said Ziegler, the 61-year-old diehard Trump fan who attended his Columbus, Ohio, rally. “All lives matter. You know this is bulls—- about black lives matter — doesn’t all lives matter?”

It’s the last word in Trump’s now-ubiquitous campaign slogan — “Make America Great Again” — that seems to have touched a nerve. Recent polls show that white people increasingly feel that the American Dream is out of reach, and a sizable group of white Americans feel they are subjected to racial discrimination — a perception of the white experience shared by few minorities.

Almost half of whites — 47% — said in a November CNN/Kaiser Family Foundation survey that there is discrimination against whites, far more than the share of blacks and Hispanics who said the same.

And just over half of whites said they did not support the Black Lives Matter movement. Whereas 86% of blacks said the justice system was tilted toward white people, only 48% of whites said the same.

At the Trump rally in Myrtle Beach, where signs that read “silent majority” dotted the crowd, Patricia Saunders told CNN that Trump is speaking directly to a segment of the population that feels left behind and marginalized.

“White Americans founded this country,” said Saunders, 64. “We are being pushed aside because of the President’s administration and the media.”

A country under attack
Many Americans are deeply frightened by the recent spate of terrorist attacks around the world and wonder whether Obama is doing enough to keep the country safe. Trump’s explosive proposals to increase surveillance of mosques, keep a database of Muslim-Americans and enforce a temporary “ban” on Muslims entering the country have energized his supporters.

Brothers Ernie Martin and Lee Walter from Cresco, Iowa, were among a group of zealous Trump fans at the front of the line outside a Trump rally in Des Moines on December 11. They had waited more than seven hours to see the candidate in person.

“Hey, hey. Ho, ho. All the Muslims have to go!” Walter, a 64-year-old retired factory worker, began to chant.

Just days before, Trump — who had already said he would implement a national database to register Muslims in the United States — had put out a startling press release: a call for a “total and complete shutdown of Muslims entering the United States.”

The proposal marked one of the most striking examples of Trump’s penchant for forceful national security rhetoric and came on the heels of two deadly events that shifted the course of the 2016 race: the terrorist attacks in Paris that killed 130 people in November, followed by a shooting in San Bernardino, California, a few weeks later that left 14 people deadTrump supporter on Muslims: ‘Put them on a list’ 00:40
It drew swift and widespread condemnation, including from some of Trump’s fellow GOP rivals and the Muslim-American community.

But at Trump rallies, the proposal resonated in a different way.

Just hours after Trump made the controversial announcement, his supporters — waiting to hear him speak in Mount Pleasant, South Carolina, said they were fully on board.

“I don’t want them here,” Ed Campbell said. “Who knows what they’re going to bring into this country?”

The mass shooting in San Bernardino marked a turning point — the first real evidence that ISIS could also kill on American soil. Trump seized on deep-seated fears about the country coming under siege, labeling himself the “most military person there is” and vowing to “bomb the sh—out of ISIS.”

Bickie Mason, a contractor from Lyman, South Carolina, who attended Trump’s Spartanburg rally in November, said he felt he didn’t have a choice but to agree with Trump’s idea of tracking Muslim-Americans through a national database.

“I don’t believe all Muslims are bad. But anybody can turn bad, and you’ve got to be able to locate them and know where they’re at,” said Mason, 64.

Trump’s Muslim ban has unleashed more visceral reactions, including unambiguously hostile views toward Islam.

His supporters across the country — from Iowa to New Hampshire to South Carolina — told CNN in interviews they simply believe Islam is not a peaceful religion.

“Islam is not a religion. It’s a violent blood cult. OK?” said Hoyt Wood, a 68-year-old military veteran waiting to hear Trump speak aboard the U.S.S. Yorktown in Mount Pleasant, South Carolina. “All they know is violence, that’s all they know.”

At the same rally, 55-year-old Susan Kemmelin said, “We can’t look at a Muslim and tell if they’re a terrorist or friendly.”

Robert Engelkes, a 45-year-old corn and soybean farmer from Dike, Iowa, pointed out that there is historical precedent for targeting one group.

“What did we do in World War II? We put all the Japanese in internment camps,” said Engelkes, who was standing outside a Trump event in Des Moines. “We had to do something with them.”

Donald Trump: A candidate like we’ve never seen before
Trump has mesmerized voters. People say they have never seen a presidential candidate like Trump: He’s unfiltered; he’s anti-establishment; he exudes confidence and strength; he’s not a politician.

If anything has been more surprising than Trump’s endurance this election cycle, it’s the seemingly fierce loyalty of his supporters.

It began in June with just a few hundred people crammed into the shiny lobby of Trump Tower in midtown Manhattan, there to witness Trump finally confirm the rumors — he was indeed running for president.

When he hit the campaign trail, the crowds quickly swelled.

Thousands were soon turning up at school gymnasiums, auditoriums and local event halls to see Trump in person, forming long, winding lines that often spilled into overflow rooms. In the first weeks and months of Trump’s campaign, plenty of attendees admitted they were there to catch a glimpse of the former host of the “The Apprentice” — maybe even shake hands with the TV star.

But as the 69-year-old New Yorker rose to the top of the GOP pack, voters — along with many in the media who had assumed the Trump campaign would be short-lived –started to reassess the unlikely presidential candidate.

Trump’s colorful off-the-cuff speeches and forceful message on immigration and national security were reverberating. The curious, star-struck observers increasingly gave way to fans eager to pledge their support to the political newcomer.

Nicomi Kloempken, a Trump supporter at a Raleigh, North Carolina, campaign event in early December, put it bluntly: “He seems to just not give a f—, you know what I mean?”

That attitude would propel Trump from one controversy to the next, starting on Day One.
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Rather than turn supporters off, each inflammatory statement only seemed to reinforce Trump’s novelty and appeal.

Curt Handschug, an independent voter from Columbus, Ohio, who voted for Barack Obama in 2012, said he believes 2016 is the year of “Donald Trump or nobody.” Trump’s willingness to speak the truth, he said, set him apart from politicians.

“Sometimes he’ll say things, and I’ll go, ‘Oh gosh, seriously?’ But at least he’s willing to say it,” Handschug said at a Trump rally in November. “All these politicians are afraid to tell the truth.”

And next to a GOP field crowded with governors, senators and ex-politicians, Trump’s successful business career is a refreshing contrast.

“I like him because he’s a businessman. He does what he says he’s going to do. I’ve seen him lose a ton of money and bounce back,” said Trump supporter Linda Wilkerson at a Raleigh campaign event. “We’re in terrible financial debt. I hope he can bail us out.”

Trump took the lead as the candidate most trusted to handle the economy last summer, and continues to dominate the field on the issue. According to the latest CNN/ORC polling, 57% of Republican voters nationally say they trust Trump over the rest of the field on the economy. In Iowa, he holds nearly a 40-point lead over Cruz as more trusted to handle the economy, 54% to 16%, and in New Hampshire, a CNN/WMUR poll finds 48% say they trust Trump most, while no other candidate tops 7%.

If Trump goes all the way to the general election, he would be the first businessman who has never held public office to win the GOP nomination since Wendell Willkie in 1940.

“With his background, he’s going to put the economy back where it belongs,” said Jamie Peckham, another Trump fan at the same Raleigh event.

Trump is also attracting a small but enthusiastic contingent of teenagers.

Turner Eakins and two of his friends from Millard North High School, drove from Omaha, Nebraska, to a Trump rally in Council Bluffs, Iowa, at the end of December. Marveling at the candidate’s authenticity and disregard for political correctness, the three teens told CNN they all plan to cast their first votes for Trump this year.

“Politics is supposed to be boring,” said Eakins, who will turn 18 by primary day. “So when three 18-year-old kids are driving out 30 minutes to go to a Trump rally, I mean — that’s a movement.”

The protesters
Who are they? Why are they so upset with Trump? How does Trump’s rhetoric about minorities in the U.S. make them feel? And why have recent protests become increasingly ugly and even violent?

Trump was in the middle of boasting about his latest poll numbers. “We’re winning all over the country,” he boomed at a November campaign rally in Birmingham, Alabama.

Then he noticed the commotion on the floor of the packed convention hall — another protester was trying to interrupt his speech. “Get ’em the hell out of here,” Trump said, waving his hand dismissively.

This outburst would turn out to be a little different from other protests at Trump rallies because a CNN reporter was filming the crowd’s violent reaction to the protester. The grainy cell phone footage showed angry Trump fans pushing, kicking and jeering at the man, who at one point was lying on the ground.

The 31-year-old Black Lives Matter activist, Mercutio Southall, told CNN afterwards that the people around him had called him “monkey” and the N-word.

“I got punched in the face, I got punched in the neck. I got kicked in the chest. Kicked in the stomach. Somebody stepped on my hand,” he said.

While the Birmingham incident marked one of the first times that a physical altercation was captured on camera and widely viewed, it was hardly the first time that this kind of raw anger had boiled over at a Trump rally, pitting protesters against Trump fans.

On October 10, two Asian female high school students took off their tops at a Trump rally in Norcross, Georgia, revealing writing on their bare chest and stomach: “LEGAL IMMIGRANT”; “offense taken”; “F— TRUMP”; “WOMEN SHAMER”; “RACIST PIG.”

Their yelling infuriated the people around them. Some started to shout: “Anchor babies! Go home!” Others shoved Trump campaign posters at the women and used the signs to block cameras, cheering when the hecklers were finally escorted out of the building.
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Rather than turn supporters off, each inflammatory statement only seemed to reinforce Trump’s novelty and appeal.

Curt Handschug, an independent voter from Columbus, Ohio, who voted for Barack Obama in 2012, said he believes 2016 is the year of “Donald Trump or nobody.” Trump’s willingness to speak the truth, he said, set him apart from politicians.

“Sometimes he’ll say things, and I’ll go, ‘Oh gosh, seriously?’ But at least he’s willing to say it,” Handschug said at a Trump rally in November. “All these politicians are afraid to tell the truth.”

And next to a GOP field crowded with governors, senators and ex-politicians, Trump’s successful business career is a refreshing contrast.

“I like him because he’s a businessman. He does what he says he’s going to do. I’ve seen him lose a ton of money and bounce back,” said Trump supporter Linda Wilkerson at a Raleigh campaign event. “We’re in terrible financial debt. I hope he can bail us out.”

Trump took the lead as the candidate most trusted to handle the economy last summer, and continues to dominate the field on the issue. According to the latest CNN/ORC polling, 57% of Republican voters nationally say they trust Trump over the rest of the field on the economy. In Iowa, he holds nearly a 40-point lead over Cruz as more trusted to handle the economy, 54% to 16%, and in New Hampshire, a CNN/WMUR poll finds 48% say they trust Trump most, while no other candidate tops 7%.

If Trump goes all the way to the general election, he would be the first businessman who has never held public office to win the GOP nomination since Wendell Willkie in 1940.

“With his background, he’s going to put the economy back where it belongs,” said Jamie Peckham, another Trump fan at the same Raleigh event.

Trump is also attracting a small but enthusiastic contingent of teenagers.

Turner Eakins and two of his friends from Millard North High School, drove from Omaha, Nebraska, to a Trump rally in Council Bluffs, Iowa, at the end of December. Marveling at the candidate’s authenticity and disregard for political correctness, the three teens told CNN they all plan to cast their first votes for Trump this year.

“Politics is supposed to be boring,” said Eakins, who will turn 18 by primary day. “So when three 18-year-old kids are driving out 30 minutes to go to a Trump rally, I mean — that’s a movement.”

The protesters
Who are they? Why are they so upset with Trump? How does Trump’s rhetoric about minorities in the U.S. make them feel? And why have recent protests become increasingly ugly and even violent?

Trump was in the middle of boasting about his latest poll numbers. “We’re winning all over the country,” he boomed at a November campaign rally in Birmingham, Alabama.

Then he noticed the commotion on the floor of the packed convention hall — another protester was trying to interrupt his speech. “Get ’em the hell out of here,” Trump said, waving his hand dismissively.

This outburst would turn out to be a little different from other protests at Trump rallies because a CNN reporter was filming the crowd’s violent reaction to the protester. The grainy cell phone footage showed angry Trump fans pushing, kicking and jeering at the man, who at one point was lying on the ground.

The 31-year-old Black Lives Matter activist, Mercutio Southall, told CNN afterwards that the people around him had called him “monkey” and the N-word.

“I got punched in the face, I got punched in the neck. I got kicked in the chest. Kicked in the stomach. Somebody stepped on my hand,” he said.

While the Birmingham incident marked one of the first times that a physical altercation was captured on camera and widely viewed, it was hardly the first time that this kind of raw anger had boiled over at a Trump rally, pitting protesters against Trump fans.

On October 10, two Asian female high school students took off their tops at a Trump rally in Norcross, Georgia, revealing writing on their bare chest and stomach: “LEGAL IMMIGRANT”; “offense taken”; “F— TRUMP”; “WOMEN SHAMER”; “RACIST PIG.”

Their yelling infuriated the people around them. Some started to shout: “Anchor babies! Go home!” Others shoved Trump campaign posters at the women and used the signs to block cameras, cheering when the hecklers were finally escorted out of the building.

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“I was actually an immigrant myself nine years ago from South Korea, and Trump’s beliefs on minorities, it’s just ridiculous,” Yu Jin Kim, one of the two women, told CNN outside. “Would you really want the next president to be racist and disregard a third of the country?”

Sara Park, whose parents are immigrants, said she was there to “stand up for the community who can’t stand up for themselves.”

Protests have become a common occurrence at Trump campaign rallies, fueled by the candidate’s explosive statements about minority groups.

At a campaign rally in Rock Hill, South Carolina, this month, a Muslim woman wearing a hijab stood up in silent protest as Trump spoke about the hidden presence of ISIS among Syrian refugees.

As Rose Hamid was escorted out of the building, one person shouted: “You have a bomb, you have a bomb.”

Several days later, at another Trump event in Clear Lake, Iowa, there were mixed reactions to Hamid’s removal from the event.

“If she was asked to sit down and she didn’t, well, out she goes,” said John Dusheck, a 63-year-old Trump supporter from Ventura, Iowa.

“She wasn’t causing any troubles,” said Steven Ziller, a farmer from Belmond. “That was not right.”

Civil rights activist Jesse Jackson, who has watched these events with interest from afar, said he fears that Trump is in the process of unleashing long-running “ignorance, fear and hatred in our country.”

“He’s tapped into a certain macho factor in the white community and it works for him. I know it’s dangerous,” said Jackson, a former presidential candidate. “You have the anti-immigrant, anti-refugee component to this. Them versus us. Anti-Muslim.”

Ali Ali attended a December 5 Trump rally in Spencer, Iowa. He said he was born in the African nation of Djibouti and grew up in fear of persecution, until he came to the United States as a refugee.

The 50-year-old Muslim-American said he knew he didn’t belong in that crowd — “You can see, I’m the only Muslim of 3,000 people today in Spencer,” he said — but felt that by being in the same room as Trump, he might get a chance to share his grievances.

Being Muslim today is not easy, Ali told CNN, and Trump wasn’t making it any easier.

“I’m a safe guy. I don’t have no bomb. I never killed nobody. So I don’t want to be labeled a terrorist,” he said.

Trump’s rhetoric about Muslims, including his support for a database to track Muslim-Americans, is no different from the persecution of Jews decades ago, Ali said.

“They’re doing to Muslims today what they (did) to Jewish (people) in 1938,” he said. “My name is Ali Ali, I’m from Shakopee, Minnesota, and my ID number: registration 00001. That will be me.”

Tom LoBianco, Jeff Simon, Randi Kaye and Jennifer Agiesta contributed to this report.

UPDATE: This is story has been updated to use the name preferred by Caitlyn Jenner.

The FBI is Closing in on Hillary Clinton as News Breaks that Her Server “Put Lives at Risk”!

by Onan Coca
Over the last few days the Clinton email scandal has grown uglier and more dangerous, not just for the Obama administration, but for the United States as well. Last week, we learned that Clinton had left deeply secret information unprotected, perhaps even endangering the lives of American operatives. Now, we’ve discovered that at least 22 of Clinton’s emails were so secret that the State Department still can’t release them (even the redacted versions are still too classified for general consumption)! However, the scandal may soon be spreading even further as the latest revelations implicate Secretary of State John Kerry in similar lawlessness and prove that President Obama has been lying to us for years!

Let’s start with President Obama’s lie about Hillary’s private email server. Remember when he said this:

So, he didn’t know huh?

That’s interesting because the latest data dump proves that the President and Secretary Clinton had emailed each other on at least 18 separate occasions. The White House does not deny that the correspondence took place, but they are also arguing that Obama had no idea that the server being used was of private origin (despite the obviously non-governmental email address). The White House is also implying (though not guaranteeing) that these 18 instances are the only times that the two had any email contact. “Of the 55,000 pages of traffic that was handed over by former Secretary Clinton to us for us to go through for release through FOIA, we have found these 18, and I do not expect that there will be more,” State Department spokesman John Kirby said late last week.

ObamaLiar2At the same time that we were learning that the President may have lied about when he learned that Clinton had been using a private server, we were also made aware of the latest blow to Hillary Clinton’s credibility. While the Clinton campaign still claims (contrary to the copious evidence that continues to build) that she never sent or received any classified material on her private server, the State Department now says that at least 22 emails from that server CANNOT be released to the public. Why? Because these 22 emails “contained highly classified information” that even when redacted were too sensitive to reveal to the world.

Mr. McCullough wrote that “several dozen emails” contained classified information, including some now determined to contain information at the “top secret/S.A.P.” level. That designation refers to “special access programs,” which are among the government’s most closely guarded secrets.

The Clinton campaign (and the State Department) argue that these emails did not contain classified “markings” when they travelled across the Clinton servers, but as MANY experts have already argued, the markings make NO DIFFERENCE.

However, it’s isn’t just Clinton and Obama who have been revealed as untrustworthy in the latest round of email disclosures. John Kerry has also been unmasked as a fellow lawbreaker.

Emails released by the State Department on Friday show that in 2011, then-Massachusetts Sen. John Kerry sent then-Sec. of State Hillary Clinton an email from his iPad that has been deemed to contain information classified as “Secret.”

You can see the email exchange here thanks to a Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) request that is revealing the criminal activities of our political leaders. According to the latest count from those keeping tabs, thus far 1583 of the emails that traversed the unsecure Clinton email server were classified in some measure, including the 22 that the State Department revealed on Friday to be of the highest level (“Top Secret”) of classification. That’s a lot of classified information.

As if all of these latest revelations were not damning enough, on Monday Fox News began reporting that sources within the intelligence community were also confirming that Clinton’s illegal server had “put lives at risk.”

From Jeff Dunetz at Lidblog:

Fox News’ Catherine Herridge who has been at the forefront of exposing the severity of the security risks from Hillary Clinton’s use of a private non-secure server while secretary of state, has done it again.

Herridge is now reporting that those emails deemed to damaging to release even on a redacted basis, which she revealed on Friday, “contain ‘operational intelligence’ – and their presence on the unsecure, personal email system jeopardized “sources, methods and lives,” a U.S. government official who has reviewed the documents told Fox News.”
The official could not discuss the specific contents of the emails but confirmed the description given to Herridge referred to the 22 top secret emails that the State Department announced Friday could not be released in any form, even with entire sections cut out.
The U.S. government official’s description provides confirmation that the emails contained closely held government secrets. “Operational intelligence” can be real-time information about intelligence collection, sources and the movement of assets.
The official emphasized that the “TOP SECRET” documents were sent over an extended period of time — from shortly after the server’s 2009 installation until early 2013 when Clinton stepped down as secretary of state.
Other news outlets have now confirmed Fox News’ reporting but they’ve also added their own devastating twists to the findings. As John Schindler at the Observer writes (emphasis mine):

I can confirm that the FoxNews report, which lacks any specifics about exactly what was compromised, is accurate. And what was actually in those Top Secret emails found on Hillary’s “unclassified” personal bathroom server was colossally damaging to our national security and has put lives at risk.

Discussions with Intelligence Community officials have revealed that Ms. Clinton’s “unclassified” emails included Holy Grail items of American espionage such as the true names of Central Intelligence Agency intelligence officers serving overseas under cover. Worse, some of those exposed are serving under non-official cover. NOCs (see this for an explanation of their important role in espionage) are the pointy end of the CIA spear and they are always at risk of exposure – which is what Ms. Clinton’s emails have done.

Not only have these spies had their lives put in serious risk by this, it’s a clear violation of Federal law.

This is HUGE. The entire scandal has been a monstrous example of the disgusting corruption within the Obama administration, but this latest story is the most disturbing revelation yet. People have gone to prison for FAR LESS, and it’s time that Hillary Clinton and her aides joined them there.

The rumors are that the FBI desperately wants to prosecute Hillary Clinton and her closest aide, Huma Abedin. The question is, will it happen? Given the Obama administration’s bent towards lawlessness, I have my doubts.

Michelle Obama Ticks Off Marine…So He RIPS Her to Shreds In Must Read Letter

This is what happens when Michelle Obama ticks off a Marine so much that he decides to respond.

This letter is brutal and filled with hard truth…not to mention, it also echoes what so many of those who love our country feel about MO and BHO.

Mrs. Obama,
It sickens me that I have to take time to write you this letter. I am a Marine who doesn’t recognize color because every color has lived and died for you. You live in a free country to blame your life on the color of another man’s skin. All colors have given their lives for an educated woman to have the freedom to be so ignorant. I don’t blame black people for the ignorance that comes from your mouth.
I love all colors because I love all that God creates. I don’t have to like you to love you because we can’t always like the ones we love. Just because I don’t like you today doesn’t mean I can’t like you tomorrow. I don’t like you or your husband today because of what you’re doing to this country. Isn’t it funny how the truth always reveals itself in time. You and your husband never showed this side of yourselves in 2008 before he was elected.
You both live better than 99% of the people in this world because of this country. You said that you are for the first time proud to be an American. Well, I will tell you that most of us are ashamed of you. You and your husband have become millionaires off the people of this country, but demonstrate very little appreciation for all that we give. White, black, brown or indifferent millions have fought and died for you to have the freedom to say the ignorant things you say.
You are educated, but clearly have very little common sense. You blame past generations of Americans for the troubles of a few. Stop blaming white people for your misery and take a look at yourself in the mirror. We are responsible for our own happiness and misery. The KKK is ignorance wrapped in a sheet while the Black panthers are raised on ignorance and hate. No different from the teaching of Islam thinking their race is better than all other men.
God is love and creates every color to include everyone’s skin. To truly love God is to love all that He loves. For that I love each of you and pray that we all start taking responsibility for our own damned sins.
Martin Luther King had a dream that we would all live in the promise land. He is not remembered for being black. He is remembered for the love, and character he had within his heart. If you don’t like this country get on that plane and never come back. I will stay here and love all Americans, regardless of skin. I will love the beauty of what God created and stand tall with my American friends. Not because of their color but for the character and love they carry within. This country doesn’t owe you anymore than it owes me.
So many have thanked me for my service and I will always be grateful. I pray that one day you and your husband might cause me to be grateful for yours. You will never be remembered as the First Lady of Color but soon forgotten after you leave the White House. You nor your husband shall ever divide us. I wish you no harm, but pray you will take your troubles to a land you no longer hate. Hate shall come and go but His love shall last forever. (Source)

Interesting SOLUTION TO GUN CONTROL

SOLUTION TO GUN CONTROL

In 1865, a Democrat shot and killed Abraham Lincoln, President of the United States .

In 1881, a left wing radical Democrat shot James Garfield, President of the United States – who later died from the wound.

In 1963, a radical left wing socialist shot and killed John F. Kennedy, President of the United States.

In 1975, a left wing radical Democrat fired shots at Gerald Ford, President of the United States.

In 1983, a registered Democrat shot and wounded Ronald Reagan, President of the United States.

In 1984, James Hubert, a disgruntled Democrat, shot and killed 22 people in a McDonalds restaurant.

In 1986, Patrick Sherrill, a disgruntled Democrat, shot and killed 15 people in an Oklahoma post office.

In 1990, James Pough, a disgruntled Democrat, shot and killed 10 people at a GMAC office.

In 1991, George Hennard, a disgruntled Democrat, shot and killed 23 people in a Luby’s cafeteria in Killeen , TX.

In 1995, James Daniel Simpson, a disgruntled Democrat, shot and killed 5 coworkers in a Texas laboratory.

In 1999, Larry Asbrook, a disgruntled Democrat, shot and killed 8 people at a church service.

In 2001, a left wing radical Democrat fired shots at the White House in a failed attempt to kill George W. Bush, President of the US.

In 2003, Douglas Williams, a disgruntled Democrat, shot and killed 7 people at a Lockheed Martin plant.

In 2007, a registered Democrat named Seung – Hui Cho, shot and killed 32 people in Virginia Tech.

In 2010, a mentally ill registered Democrat named Jared Lee Loughner, shot Rep. Gabrielle Giffords and killed 6 others.

In 2011, a registered Democrat named James Holmes, went into a movie theater and shot and killed 12 people.

In 2012, Andrew Engeldinger, a disgruntled Democrat, shot and killed 7 people in Minneapolis.

In 2013, a registered Democrat named Adam Lanza, shot and killed 26 people in a school in Newtown ,CT.

As recently as Sept 2013, an angry Democrat shot 12 at a Navy ship yard.

Clearly, there is a problem with Democrats and guns.

Not one NRA member, Tea Party member, or Republican conservative was involved in any of these shootings and murders.

SOLUTION:

It should be illegal for Democrats to own guns.

We don’t need gun control, we need Democrat control.

Guns don’t kill people, Democrats do!

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