Dr. Sebastian Gorka Discusses POTUS National Security Victory With U.N. Sanctions on North Korea…

White House Advisor Sebastian Gorka discusses the unanimous U.N. resolution today putting massive sanctions against North Korea – BACK STORY HERE

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49 Responses to Dr. Sebastian Gorka Discusses POTUS National Security Victory With U.N. Sanctions on North Korea…

  1. fangdog says:

    Used to like Judge Jeanine, but she is too emotional and melodramatic to suit my taste anymore.

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  2. Donna in Oregon says:

    MAGA….again. Shout it out from the rooftops, WINNING!

    Liked by 7 people

  3. SR says:

    Slowly people start preferring to reading online or tweeting than watching any political show. Cable and Msm is dying and PTrump is the biggest media now. All the msm starts daily from his tweets and end with PTrump. There is no oxygen for anyone else. Today even rats does not know own new plan as PTrump is the news.

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  4. Thurstan says:

    PDJT has accomplished more in months than anyone in my lifetime has in years. Or at all. IMO this is largely due to his skill set and partially due to lack of resolve by others.

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  5. MakeAmericaGreat says:

    Gorka is overtaking Zinke for the lead in my “Trump White House man crush” sweepstakes.

    With Scaramucci out, Gorka and Sekulow are the two heavy-hitter Trump surrogates.

    They both do a great job.

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  6. mot2grls says:

    I’ve been watching and enjoying One America News lately. There was a similar interview with Mr Gorka. He is brilliant and such a great spokesperson for President Trump’s agenda. I just heard a report that Stephen Miller is being considered for Communications Director. I think that’d be a great move.
    I issued to watch Fox News all the time. Now I enjoy Lou Dobbs and sometimes Tucker and Hannity. I do like Jesse Watters. Hope he doesn’t get accused of wrong doings. Geez!

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  7. Bob says:

    Someone please remind the last time sanctions had an impact other than hurting the citizens of the country?

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    • Thurstan says:

      1. In military punishing all is done to bring retribution to the few. Often effective.
      2. Bombs IMO are more harmful to civilians than sanctions.
      3. Past sanctions have been more face saving than actually effective. They look good and their failure is often a justification for force. IMO Trump wants to make them hurt, not just as a show of resolve but to avoid devastation of war.

      Just my thoughts.

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    • NC PATRIOT says:

      These are extremely harsh sanctions—–and we follow up by strongly encouraging China (in our currently being negotiated trade deals with them) to keep to the sanctions, and to do more to get NK to back down. No prior administration has come at them with such “teeth”—-so now we watch and wait.

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    • litlbit2 says:

      Do not know.

      When was the first time sanctions were imposed by a winning businessman leading a country supporting his agenda of looking out for The Forgotten Man?

      New territory by a leader President Trump. No shots fired!

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    • DoggyDaddy says:

      China is a rival of India. Pakistan is a rival of India. China sells to Pakistan (they’ve been doing that for decades). Iran supports Pakistan against India. Pakistan supported Iran against Iraq. They’ve been friends for decades. Pakistan sells to Iran. Iran is friends with NK and shares military technology, etc., with NK. Iran sells to NK and NK sells to Iran. So much for sanctions. And that’s just the easy route.
      Many countries from the old French West Africa (e.g., Burkina Faso, Benin, etc.) and sub-Saharan countries (e.g., Equatorial Guinea, DR Congo, Burundi) are friends with NK. Former Soviet clients Angola and Madagascar are friends with NK, as well. All of these countries are easy sources of foreign capital for NK and provide covert routes to getting goods to/from NK. (We know from the Iran nuke fiasco how France and Germany covertly violated sanctions to supply essentials to Tehran.) In additiion, Bulgaria, an EU and NATO member, has long been a friend of NK. So in the absence of a strict naval blockade of NK to prevent anything going in or out, who is going to monitor all the international business of these and many other nations to see if they are violating sanctions?

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    • CorwinAmber says:

      well, no question that FDR’s sanctions had an effect on Imperial Japan in 1941 and we know where that led…

      OTOH, perhaps we can goad the NORK boy king into doing something stupid that would allow us to drop the hammer once and for all without being the one to fire the first shot…in any event, complicated business that cannot be ignored any longer.

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    • LibertyVibe says:

      This is true at the local level too. Cutting funding to the sanctuary cities will only hurt the decent, tax paying citizens of those states. The corrupt few will still get all the money they want by robbing the treasury, taxing the honest, and running organized crime. And that is the clincher….they control the police. The crime involves child trafficking and organ harvesting, and things have gotten pretty bad. You have no idea how wicked these people are. It is time to arrest those that break the law, even if they are Governors. They were elected by FRAUD anyway. Sorry…pet issue.

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      • flawesttexas says:

        Most American cities are on the verge of bankruptcy. Many cities have given excessive retirement packages and now cannot afford them

        Federal money keeps a lot of cities afloat. Take away that, and cities teeter on brink of bankruptcy. No mayor or city govt could stand politically losing big Fed $$

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    • DebbieUK says:

      They were having an effect on Iran. Then Obama happened.

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    • jeans2nd says:

      Bob – the citizens of North Korea have nothing. There is nothing left to take from them.

      These sanctions will hurt the ruling elites, who are the only ones who have anything.

      Logically, nothing from nothing leaves nothing. When the citizens have nothing, there is nothing to be taken from them. Think about it.

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  8. jrapdx says:

    Is it just me or is Judge Jeanine gotten to be histrionic, and lately acting like the purveyors of “fake news”? Are we supposed to believe the “intelligence community” now? Haven’t they been more wrong than right in their public pronouncements about capabilities of foreign countries?

    Obviously none of us have any idea of what NK can do, as Gorka admitted even the intelligence agencies at best have only a rough estimate of N Korean weapons status. There’s no factual basis to assume it’s as dire as Judge Jeanine was portraying, and I suspect it’s not. Of course President Trump has as good an understanding as anyone on the planet concerning NK and I believe he will do his utmost to protect Americans.

    The biggest thing for us to worry about is the media whipping up hysteria and war-mongering on behalf of the usual RINO/Uniparty elements. Going by performances such as in this clip, I’m afraid that includes Judge Jeanine.

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  9. luke says:

    This is big I think. China and Russia voting with us on this? Wow it seems like a big deal to me. Usually those two countries screw this type of stuff up for us. Hopefully this has teeth. Is this a response from China based on some pressure put on them by President Trump?

    Sorry for the questions, but this seems like a ray of sunshine in a very dark dismal situation. I hope its a positive step in the right direction.

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    • Sylvia Avery says:

      Luke, you ask if this is a response from China based on some pressure put on them by President Trump?

      If you haven’t already, I really recommend you go back up to Sundance’s post up top and find the SEE BACKSTORY HERE in blue and click on that link. It will take you to another article that really clearly lays out what President did to set this action by the Security Council in play. It’s pretty interesting.

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      • teaforall says:

        Anyone who any doubt about the sanctions and their effect on NK,,,,,Please reread Sundance .s article. As, always Sundance is very articulated, in detailing UN Sanctions and their effect. on NK and China and Russia.s role. If either Country violate the UN sanctions , that they agreed to .Look Out the Lions Roar will be FIERCE….NO DOUBT

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    • flawesttexas says:

      None of the other GOP candidates would have got such support

      Jeb Bush getting this vote? LOL. Jeb is a big supporter of Free of Free Trade with Communist China. Jeb would cave to ChiComs like his brother did in 2001 after ChiComs forced down a US recon plane

      The threat of tariffs on Communist China are making ChiComs behave

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  10. Tonawanda says:

    The DA and Gorka were in perfect sync. There has never been such clarity in political communications in my life time (decades).

    Gorka states that NK Boy is playing by the BO era playbook – what a beautiful expression of how things have changed.

    Gorka delivers the utter truth every time, not a syllable out of place.

    Men are in charge.

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