Homeland Security Adviser Tom Bossert – Updates Federal Irma Response…

Homeland Security Adviser Tom Bossert gives an update on preparations for Hurricane Irma, recovery from Hurricane Harvey, and takes questions from the press:

We are blessed to have solid leadership in key and critical positions. Tom Bossert represents one of the best.

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50 Responses to Homeland Security Adviser Tom Bossert – Updates Federal Irma Response…

  1. wheatietoo says:

    Tom Bossert is really sharp.
    Calm and well-spoken.

    What’s amazing is how well behaved all the press weasels are, when he is at the podium.

    I suspect that he could politely rip them to shreds if they got out of line.
    Perhaps the weasels sense this as well.

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    • Janie M. says:

      wheatietoo, I noticed he “lightly” rebuked the female reporter near the end when she raised “threat levels” during the 9/11 discussion.

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    • fleporeblog says:

      This man would be the number one choice to replace General Kelly as the Head of Homeland Security. I absolutely loved the way he slapped April Ryan around with he BS concern that terrorist are foaming at the mouth because we are so vulnerable based on these storms and other issues.

      He told her that they would be sadly mistaken is they think that!

      That female reporter that asked about DACA members of the military and their status should be taken to an underground location in the WH and water boarded for a few hours before being let go. Is that Moron kidding me!

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      • Cuppa Covfefe says:

        April Ryan is more of an April Fool. Every day of the year.

        They really should pull her credentials. She simply wastes time, even considering the most of the other folks are presstitutes as well, she’s even worse…

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    • melski says:

      No question the press folks at these briefings have respect for this man as all of us should and I think do. Being new to his position this guy has been outstanding. I don’t know when he will get a chance to rest. He has jumped from the pan to the fire. The thing that bugs me the most however is I have not seen a single publication praise the job Tom Bossert or the Trump administration has done regarding Harvey or what they are doing regarding Irma. Silence….. Just think for a minute how the obama administration would have handled this or if you really want to get scared, how a Hillary administration would handle these back to back issues. Or give me a “good job Brownie” moment. We are now seeing professionals at work.

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    • Katefelinus says:

      Tom Bossart is the best: smart, quick, to the point, caring, and respectful. And today we learned why he’s not working in the private sector — September 11, 2001, he was motivated into service. Wow, so impressive!

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  2. Landslide says:

    Yes, absolutely one of the best! So articulate….and at a rapid pace. He never says “uh” or “um”. Great mind. Love it.👍🏻🇺🇸👍🏻🇺🇸

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  3. JM Covfefe says:

    I just got off the phone, pushing a message to SirrusXM management requesting that the turn on all radios to help the people impacted by Irma, before and after the strike. I don’t know if the message will get through. The highest person I talk with was a customer service manager.

    I also mentioned that the ads they have running right now saying the promotional free week has ended makes them look like absolute a-holes! That they should replace all ad spots immediately with crude cut PSA announcing that the SXM radios are free to help provide emergency info.

    Maybe some of y’all with more influence can get pressure on SXM from other angles.

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  4. Howie says:

    Is this the Final Offer? Good Lord protect us from these people and Irma. Amen

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    • luke says:

      Howie I’m still concerned, now more than ever, about your prediction this thing swings further west and hooks back in over clearwater or tampa (I think that was you). Either that or continues to drift north westward. Don’t think it’s gonna slam into Miami.

      Nevertheless, anyone that may be in the path of this thing should get the hell out of dodge. Myself I’m west of Orlando. Hoping and Praying. Gotta a few loose ends to tie up tomorrow and after that its all i can do.

      Stay Safe Florida Treepers.

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  5. Kathy says:

    Lists for GA, FL, SC, NC … http://www.akc.org/content/news/articles/hurricane-irma-pet-friendly-shelters/

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  6. Pam says:

    Bossert is very impressive to watch and listen to. Yes Sundance, we are truly blessed to have this team in the white house.

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  10. Howie says:

    OK here come de wiper….Nor to terrify Tampa. After all why not evac 10 million from where it will not go….to where it will go?


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  13. andyocoregon says:

    About 20 years ago I spoke to a concrete contractor I knew who said he’d just returned from Naples, Florida where they had been pouring foundations for new homes outside the city. He said it was reclaimed swamp land and he couldn’t believe people would build in that location, but they were. He said people were buying the houses as fast as they could be built.
    I wonder how those people are doing now and in the near future.

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    • RedBallExpress says:

      Not good. It reminds me of when the river bottoms along the Mississippi flooded in the early 1990’s and everyone went nuclear that federal insurance would pay for the crop losses because “The fools farmed flood plains”! The richest land on earth should not be farmed because there is a loss every 100 years? Let’s build houses there.

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  14. SafeSpace says:

    Bossert …. and Rick Scott. 2018, 2020, 2022 ….


  15. You are correct Sundance, Mr. Bossert is very impressive.

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    Here’s the correct graphic.


  19. andyocoregon says:

    The experts are sure putting a lot of faith in Hurricane Irma making a sharp turn north soon.
    But what if it doesn’t and actually heads into the Gulf?


  20. visage13 says:

    It is sad that one day a year the “press” cares about terrorism and the rest of the year they are pearl clutching about a ban on people coming from terrorist heavy places. Bossert is awesome in these briefings. Like Sarah, they ask him the “gotcha” questions but he doesn’t fall for it.


  21. jeans2nd says:

    Mr. Bossert is more amazing than one might even suspect. On Wed 8 Sep 2017 Mr. Bossert was speaking at the 2017 Intelligence and National Security Summit, at an event addressing terrorism and cyber, telling the audience “There’s very little reason to believe that an offensive cyberattack is going to have any deterrent effect on a cyber adversary,” and contending with Obama id10ts who are “Former U.S. intelligence officials (who) disagree with Bossert’s assessment.”

    We are so blessed to have such people finally being recognized and utilized in our government now. Those seeking shelter from Irma should feel safe with Mr. Bossert at the helm.
    (Pro-tip – hack your own network, not other people’s networks. If one is the best and can protect against oneself, one should have no worries)


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