Syria’s President Bashar Assad Admits Terrorist Embeds Within Syrian Refugee Population…

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Investigative reporter Michael Isikoff interviewed Syria’s Bashar al-Assad about the civil war and the ongoing refugee crisis.  Isikoff did not expect to hear Assad confirm President Trump’s position that terrorists are embedded within the refugee community.

Worth noting, amid the 30,000 foot view of the larger issues, is how accessible Assad is to this western journalist interview.  Ask yourselves, why hasn’t the New York Times, or Washington Post interviewed Assad and delivered a similar finding?….

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Reminder, everything discussed in this interview has been previously outlined with documented research.   This is not spin by Assad, there have been multiple independent sources who have confirmed these aspects.

(Via Yahoo News) Weighing in on one of the most contentious issues in American politics — the danger posed to host countries by the 4.8 million people who have fled from Syria’s civil war — Syrian President Bashar Assad told Yahoo News that some of the refugees are “definitely” terrorists.

In an exclusive interview with Yahoo News at a presidential office in Damascus, Assad said President Trump’s freeze on admitting refugees from his country — part of an executive order that has drawn widespread protests and is being challenged in federal court — “is an American issue” on which he would not take sides. But asked if some of those who fled are “aligned with terrorists,” Assad quickly replied, “Definitely.”  (read more)

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100 Responses to Syria’s President Bashar Assad Admits Terrorist Embeds Within Syrian Refugee Population…

  1. Andrew E. says:

    Things are about to get real. Exciting times. Glad Trump is the one out front for us.

    Liked by 19 people

    • fleporeblog says:

      The amazing thing about the comments in the article was the number of likes when folks supported Trump and bashed liberals. 2,500+ likes versus 100 dislikes.

      Here is one example:

      When Assad is more honest with the American people than democrats, liberals, or most of the main stream media… you know there is something wrong. We really dodged a bullet, when Trump beat Hillary. At least the president is working in the interest of Americans, for the first time in a very long time.
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      Likes – 5,680
      Dislikes – 284

      All I can say is WOW! Folks the train is adding many more people than we could even imagine! I will never get tired of winning!

      Liked by 12 people

  2. sundance says:

    Liked by 35 people

    • Joe Knuckles says:

      Besides, how would a “bi-partisan” solution get past the liberal court if it’s not political? Isn’t this an admission that the court is acting politically? Either the idea of restricting immigration into this country is constitutional or it is not. Is Schumer saying he can get the court to back off if Trump plays nice with him? This doesn’t make any sense to me.

      Liked by 15 people

    • filia.aurea says:

      Schumer is off the rails. The more he pontificates, the stupider he sounds.

      Liked by 7 people

      • lumoc1 says:

        I am sorry to disagree with you: Schumer does not sound stupid, he is truly stupid! 😉

        Liked by 3 people

      • doit4atlas says:

        The entire democrat party has gone off the rails. And they are heading in an even MORE radical direction. They have totally missed the message of the election. Because they are the party of urban America, they THINK they need to energize their urban base. This is about 25% of the electorate. The rest of their constituency, union workers, other blue collar types, and other folks associated with the nanny state, were choosing the democrats because they viewed the republicans as Mitt Romney, Bill Kristol, et. al. and have nothing in common with these elitists country-clubbers.

        They don’t get that the more they rile up their base, the smaller their overall constituency becomes. Know what this is called?

        MAKING AMERICA GREAT AGAIN!!

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    • Fe says:

      Very wise advice Sundance

      Liked by 3 people

  3. sunnydaze says:

    Remember those vids at Christmas time showing Syrian Christians celebrating Xmas for the first time in years?

    They were celebrating in a town square with huge posters of Assad and Putin on the bldgs.

    Liked by 24 people

  4. Pam says:

    One big takeaway from this is when Assad said you have a right to protect your country. There may be some differences on how we implement them but safety of the citizens should always come before anything else.

    Liked by 15 people

  5. William says:

    Trump is giving the liberal left enough rope to hang themselves. He is at least one step ahead of these village idiots.

    Liked by 12 people

  6. whuptdue says:

    WashingtonTimes: 77% of refugees allowed into U.S. since travel reprieve hail from seven suspect countries
    The State Department has more than doubled the rate of refugees from Iraq, Syria and other suspect countries in the week since a federal judge’s reprieve, in what analysts said appears to be a push to admit as many people as possible before another court puts the program back on ice.
    A staggering 77 percent of the 1,100 refugees let in since Judge James L. Robart’s Feb. 3 order have been from the seven suspect countries. Nearly a third are from Syria alone — a country that President Trump has ordered be banned altogether from the refugee program. Another 21 percent are from Iraq. By contrast, in the two weeks before Judge Robart’s order, just 9 percent of refugees were from Syria and 6 percent were from Iraq.

    Liked by 12 people

    • Paco Loco says:

      Where’s SoS Tillerson to slow this visa processing down?

      Liked by 11 people

      • close down the freeking embassies that issue visas in the terrorist countries..

        Liked by 10 people

      • fred5678 says:

        We need T Rex to do what we all thought he would be doing — protecting Americans in conjunction with DHS.

        Liked by 2 people

      • libraryg says:

        Calling T-Rex to Aisle 5–clean up!

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      • paris23 says:

        We need to press this question. I know this: The US Embassy in Ukraine STOPPED issuing any visas around the time Trump was inaugurated. This visa ban for Ukrainians appears to be indefinite. HOW IS THIS POSSIBLE? Where are all the lawyers to protect the Ukrainians? Where is the 9th Circuit Court? Peaceful Ukrainians, who pose no threat to us, and who are living in dire conditions because of us, can’t get in, but Muslims are pouring into the country. Tillerson can stop this. I have been feeling very frustrated over this. The State Department is very capricious. They stop visas when they want and by any means that they want to use. I have watched them for 13 years.

        In 2003, I learned they had been conducting a Green Card Lottery scam on the people of the Former Soviet Union. This went on for several years. People from many countries were defrauded of hundreds of dollars. Related expenses cost many hundreds more. This was HUGE money for these people. When they went to the embassy to collect their visas they were told that the signature on their original lottery application wasn’t their own and were turned away empty-handed.

        This is our State Department. This is the lengths to which they will go, if they want, to keep people out of the US. NO court, no news outlet, and certainly NO LIBERAL, has ever taken an interest.

        Well, we know this is all about globalism and the overthrow of our government, but still my blood is boiling that we need permission ONLY to refuse the Muslims.

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        • paris23 says:

          I should have reread that. I have had the flu and am still sick. THESE are the lengths to which they will go, I meant. They do whatever they want. I am honestly baffled that Trump had to issue a temporary ban. In Ukraine it is as easy as turning off the spigot. What exactly is different about any other country? Perhaps someone can explain.

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    • JoAnn Leichliter says:

      Thanks for the link! I love the invariable argument that, “You are more likely to be killed by lightning than by a refugee,” and you are supposed to conclude that it is therefore ok to admit these refugees. That is a complete non sequitur. Think of it this way: Assuming you are less likely to be killed by lightning than by a tornado, exposure to lightning is ok.

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  7. fred5678 says:

    Assad is smarter than at least three 9th circuit judges.

    Do all liberals have a suicidal gene??

    What part of ISIS don’t they understand — the IS or the IS??

    Liked by 19 people

    • cwf60 says:

      Suicidal gene? No, they believe their power and money can insulate them from the imminent attacks from the terrorists disguised as family men. The little people mean nothing to them as they are far superior to ninety percent of the population. They have been empowered.

      Liked by 5 people

      • Joe Knuckles says:

        How can we rule out the possibility that they may have been coerced or threatened? After all, we know how ruthless the enemy can be.

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        • cwf60 says:

          The attorneys from Washington and Minnesota were using a veiled threat to intimidate the 9th circuit if they dared to rule in the president’s favor. Civil unrest and rioting were the promised consequences for a reversal. In my opinion, I do not believe the attorneys thought for one second that the court would rule against the administration. Their position was to keep the radical dogs foaming at the mouth. The 9th circuit has a reputation to uphold, and they did not surprise conservatives or liberals with their decision.

          Liked by 2 people

        • jeans2nd says:

          We won. They lost. Who cares? Empty words from an empty mind.

          Liked by 2 people

        • TJ says:

          The Merchants of Hate…like father, like son.

          According to Irving Kristol, religious people should be used as a special interest group, like democrats use immigrants. “Shaping” people’s “political thinking” is how you can convert them to your political religion…what neocons call, “noble lies”.

          Irving Kristol: Neo-Conservatism: The Autobiography of an Idea
          Embracing the Religious, The Coming “Conservative Century” (1993)

          “Religious people always create problems since their ardor tends to outrun the limits of politics in a constitutional democracy”. [constitutional republic]

          “But if the Republican party is to survive, it must work at accommodating these people. In a sense, the influx of the religious into American politics is analogous to the influx of European immigrants into our urban centers between 1870 and 1914. They created many problems, but the Democrats welcomed them while the Republicans shunned them. That was the origin of the natural Democratic majority.

          “The Democrats are never going to be able to welcome the religious, but if the Republicans keep them at arm’s length instead of embracing them, and shaping their political thinking, a third party and a restructuring of American politics are certain.”

          The New Populism: Not To Worry (1985)

          “But surely it is evident that, on matters of foreign policy, opinion polls are not worth the paper they are written on.

          “The American people know–their common sense tells them–that [foreign policy] is a subject (economic policy is another) about which they know little, and that their opinions are not reasoned opinions, only shallow attitudes that are waiting to be shaped or reshaped into firm opinion. That shaping is the task of political leadership, which has to lead–to make decisions and then be judged by the results. The kind of timid deference to supposed popular opinion now visible in Washington’s elites only serves to diminish popular confidence in their wisdom and their competence.”

          “When I say social reform is “political,“ I mean that its purpose is to sustain the polity, to encourage a sense of political community, even of fraternity. To the degree that it succeeds in achieving these ends, a successful social reform—however liberal or radical its original impulse –is conservative in its ultimate effects. Indeed, to take the liberal or radical impulse, which is always with us, and slowly to translate that impulse into enduring institutions which engender larger loyalties is precisely what the art of government, properly understood, is all about.”

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    • MrE says:

      Not a suicidal gene. A mental disorder.

      Liked by 6 people

    • filia.aurea says:

      IMHO, ‘Liberal’ ‘left’ are no longer descriptive. We’re dealing with marxists and anarchists.

      Liked by 3 people

      • Maquis says:

        Satanists. Sans questionne.

        Liked by 2 people

      • TJ says:

        “I have been a neo-Marxist, a neo-Trotskyist, a neo-socialist, a neoliberal, and finally a neoconservative.” – Irving Kristol, Neo-Conservatism: The Autobiography of an Idea

        “The spirit of 1776 is not dead. It has only been slumbering. The body of the American people is substantially republican. But their virtuous feelings have been played on by some fact with more fiction; they have been the dupes of artful maneuvers, and made for a moment to be willing instruments in forging chains for themselves. But times and truth dissipated the delusion, and opened their eyes.” –Thomas Jefferson to Thomas Lomax, 1799. ME 10:123

        “The unquestionable republicanism of the American mind will break through the mist under which it has been clouded, and will oblige its agents to reform the principles and practices of their administration.” –Thomas Jefferson to Elbridge Gerry, 1799. ME 10:83

        “The flames kindled on the Fourth of July, 1776, have spread over too much of the globe to be extinguished by the feeble engines of despotism; on the contrary, they will consume these engines and all who work them.” –Thomas Jefferson to John Adams, 1821. ME 15:334

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        • Kaco says:

          I’m going to repost this, thanks!

          Like

        • filia.aurea says:

          Born from the rebel blood of my Celtic ancestors, I may have remnants of their belief in incarnation- it occurs to me that Trump carries Jeffersonian traits, a thirst for knowledge and truth-and a pox on all who attempt to subvert his efforts. He is light years ahead of their weak intellect and deceit. Like all true rebels, he refuses to be boxed in to any political ideology. It is true, we’ve all been duped along the way. I am reading the truth about the WBTS 30 years after being taught half-truths. I am not familiar with Kristol’s work, but thankful I was never interested in the “ideology de jour”. Reading Jefferson’s words of wisdom (not lost on Trump) just reinforces my belief that we’ll win this battle for our sovereignty, and all it entails.
          Faith in God gives us an unbeatable edge. Thx.

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  8. SoCal Patriot says:

    The Democrats are going to be crushed when the next terrorist attack hits and DJT calls them out. They are totally exposed…and deserve to be slammed.

    Liked by 12 people

  9. fred5678 says:

    Does this immigrant from Iran count as security risk, even though he didn’t yell allahu ackbar??

    http://fox61.com/2015/10/23/former-conn-pratt-employee-sentenced-to-8-years-for-sending-documents-to-iran/

    Liked by 8 people

  10. BMG says:

    Scary.

    Waiting for POTUS next move.

    Liked by 2 people

  11. MrE says:

    Assad says there are terrorists seeded throughout the refugee population. ISIS says they have infiltrated the refugee population. The Saudis and other neighboring countries have straight-up refused to take in any refugees over security concerns. Refugees have been committing horrible atrocities in Europe for the past 3-5 years now. And let’s not forget about the ones on our soil who have already attacked American citizens (ex: OSU car/knife attacker)!

    Yep, I’m convinced! All of the refugees are perfectly harmless, and none of them would ever hurt any of us! We totally need to just let them swarm in unchecked!

    Liked by 9 people

  12. William says:

    I see why Assad has survived. He is not a Ghaddafi. He is not a Mubarak. He has survived against terrible odds for a reason. He may be many things, but he is intelligent.

    Liked by 10 people

    • Bull Durham says:

      Hundreds of thousands of his people are willing to fight and die for him and Syria.
      His army suffered enormous losses but they fight to the death for him.
      Many families have lost several sons and father. Every family in Syria has lost people in this “civil” war that the US designed, financed and led. Then sent ISIS and AQ in to make it worse.

      Liked by 11 people

      • annieoakley says:

        I think you are correct.

        Liked by 1 person

      • Joe Knuckles says:

        That’s what the left has in mind for us here, now that they are out of power.

        Liked by 2 people

      • As President Trump sa… “you think America is so innocent?”

        Liked by 1 person

      • LadyRavenSDC says:

        Your comment stopped me cold Bull Durham.
        The left prevails (at least at this moment) in bringing in surrogates to do the dirty work they won’t do.
        Will my grandchildren one day read in their history books –

        Hundreds of thousands of Trumps people were willing to fight and die for him and America.
        His army suffered enormous losses but they fought to the death for him.
        Many families lost several sons and father.
        Every family in America lost people in this “civil” war that the US designed, financed and led.
        Then sent ISIS and AQ in to make it worse.

        Dear Lord I pray – may President Trump, and We, the People, reverse this (very possible) outcome soon! Very soon!

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  13. Assad is not saying anything that a smart person does not already know. I want the stupid legal system people to grow a few brain cells.

    Liked by 2 people

  14. filia.aurea says:

    President Bashar al Assad, and wife Asma are dignified (London born to Syrian parents), civilized people. The co-conspirators at the highest levels who systematically planned the destruction and annihilation of Syria and its people must be arrested and tried at The Hague for crimes against humanity. When they’re inevitably found guilty, they should receive the death penalty.

    General Hafez al Assad banned The Muslim Brotherhood as a terrorist organization in 1980. They have returned in numbers since 2011 and now are “uninvited guests” in Syria. I pray for Syrians daily, may God forgive us all for allowing this carnage. The Syrian President and people are thankful for President Trump’s opposition to continued squandering of our troops’ lives and billions of dollars in the pursuit of regime change.

    Liked by 10 people

  15. FLOTUS Melania #1 Fan says:

    I’m really glad that Crooked Hillary will never ever get the chance to murder President Assad. She wanted to murder him so badly she just couldn’t stand it. Our Donald threw a big fat monkey wrench in her evil murdering plans. Considering all her health problems, she will likely be outlived by Assad by many decades.

    Liked by 4 people

    • filia.aurea says:

      But not the thousands of men, women and children maimed and killed

      Liked by 1 person

    • justfactsplz says:

      McCain wants Assad dead also. He smacks his lips at the thought of Assad blood. The uniparty wants to arm terrorists in these ME nations and they always want regime change. It’s all about the money as usual. They Syrian people seem to like Assad and he has been tolerant of other religions in his country. Our job is to defeat ISIS with our allies and nothing more.

      Liked by 3 people

    • MaineCoon says:

      One can only hope that she will pass out permanently and in short order. She only serves evil purposes.

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  16. andi lee says:

    Liked by 6 people

  17. sundance says:

    Liked by 13 people

    • andi lee says:

      LOLOL! Sweet! (Sweet Jesus, thank you!)

      Liked by 3 people

    • freepetta says:

      Let those libs from the 9th circuit go back to ambulance chasing.

      Liked by 2 people

    • Fe says:

      YES!!! Off to retweet.

      Like

    • Blade says:

      Like Lincoln, it’s War and Trump needs a General who fights, or rather, Speaker of the House.

      Gingrich needs to go up to the Hill and start enlisting House members to back him. Then get a member to move to Vacate The Chair again. Priebus gets Ryan to leave gracefully or they force the vote and elect Gingrich.

      Newt knows the place well. He knows how marshal forces. He would effectively lead both houses like he did in 1996 when he dominated the wuss Trent Lott. Mitch should be easy pickings.

      Two jobs for Gingrich … balanced budget task force … federal courts overhaul

      Abolish the Ninth Circus!

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  18. jdvalk says:

    As if he needed to tell us what is common sense.

    On second thought, given who many people voted for her…

    Liked by 1 person

  19. freepetta says:

    What more evidence does one need?

    Liked by 1 person

  20. Kristin says:

    Where is T-Rex?

    Liked by 1 person

  21. Tom Richardson says:

    I think we should be placing these “vetted” Syrian invaders in each of the judge’s houses who think they know more about our national security than the President….

    Liked by 5 people

    • I thought that would be a goodm idea changing my mind. The Judges would be subjected to Luciferian liars making stupid Judges to be even stupider than before siding with real Satanists not even knowing it.

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    • I thought that would be a good idea changing my mind. The Judges would be subjected to Luciferian liars making stupid Judges to be even stupider than before siding with real Satanists not even knowing it.

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  22. Interesting observation by SD on how accessible Assad is. I follow him on twitter and I know he regularly receives journalists from Europe but as far as I know not one of the major American networks or cable news outlets have bothered to interview him. The reason I believe is they do not want the American public to see what a reasonable and intelligent person he is after they have made him out to be a monster with their relentless anti-Assad propaganda.

    I hope that President Trump will turn the Syrian narrative around 180 degrees. He needs to say that Assad is not a monster or “butcher” (to use McCain’s favorite description of him). Assad is doing what any leader would do if their country was under attack by foreign backed jihadist mercenaries and President Trump should offer military assistance to Syria (e.g. air support) so that they can eradicate ISIS.

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    • JoAnn Leichliter says:

      My take is this: Assad is a ruthless dictator, as well as a polished, intelligent well-educated man. He is doubtless responsible for the deaths of American soldiers in Iraq. He has never been favorably disposed to the U.S. and is a client of Iran. That said–unfortunately, order can be kept in the Middle East only by ruthless dictators. It is to our advantage to stabilize the region, if only to stem the tide of “refugees.” Thus, Assad is our man, like him or not. My guess is that, by now, even a lot of Syrians who opposed him wish he were back firmly in control. The alternative to ruthless, secular dictatorship in the Middle East is not benign participatory democracy; it is chaos, leading to Islamist totalitarianism.

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  23. Apfelcobbler says:

    Everyday, Assad has to deal with at least half a dozen US supported terrorist groups. Yet he appreciates the US right to protect its own borders. I believe English is his fourth language and he was an opthalmologist when he stepped into his father’s shoes. It’s hard to say, but I doubt he could still be here if the Russians didn’t come forward when they did, to balance Obama’s aggression. Sure hope our foreign policy changes from the Kerry/ Samantha direction pronto. Sometimes I wonder if Cass Sunstein was partly behind Samantha’s insanity.

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  24. yakmaster2 says:

    McClame, Miss Lindsey et al, will now be out saying that Assad is a murdering thug who committed genocide against his own people, so don’t listen to Assad! He is, as he said yesterday, “good friends” with Maddog and General Kelly. He has good “intellegence contacts.” Yep, I’ll just bet he does. I’ve never seen a man more frustrated that he can no longer meddle in foreign policy the way he’s been doing this last decade! He’s looking very sour and haggard these days.

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  25. ALEX says:

    I look forward to AG Sessions next move. The best advice I have heard is write a new EO that provides clear cut examples of each countries threat. The video above would suffice for Syria.

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  26. The Assad clip is excellent and needs to be spread far and wide. I converted it for auto play for tweets. Use it if you like.

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  27. Jan Bielot says:

    Seems the D.C. establishment UniParty, the courts, and the media are on the Soros payroll. Lock him up!
    https://petitions.whitehouse.gov/petition/issue-international-arrest-warrant-george-soros

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  28. TJ says:

    Assad’s wife, Asma, was the subject of an article in Vogue, and was visited by Angelina Jolie and Brad Pitt. When Clinton’s state dept. decided Assad was “hitler”, they started scrubbing and attacking Vogue and the journalist. The journalist tried to save her career by saying it was a “puff piece”. Compare Asma’s resume to Clinton’s puffy “achievements”.

    Asma al-Assad: A Rose in the Desert, Vogue March 2011

    Asma Akhras was born in London in 1975, the eldest child and only daughter of a Syrian Harley
    Street cardiologist and his diplomat wife, both Sunni Muslims. They spoke Arabic at home. She
    grew up in Ealing, went to Queen’s College, and spent holidays with family in Syria.

    She studied computer science at university, then went into banking. “It wasn’t a typical path for
    women,” she says, “but I had it all mapped out.” By the spring of 2000, she was closing a big
    biotech deal at JP Morgan in London and about to take up an MBA at Harvard.

    https://www.scribd.com/document/90130613/Asma-al-Assad-A-Rose-in-the-Desert-Vogue-March-2011

    “Every nation is liable to be under whatever bubble, design, or delusion may puff up in moments when off their guard.” –Thomas Jefferson to Charles Yancey, 1816. ME 14:381

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  29. Kaco says:

    They will say Assad is lying, just as they say Putin is lying, and Tulsi Gabbard. It’s disgusting.

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