Vice-President Mike Pence Discusses Leftist Political Origin of Central American Migrants…

Vice President Mike Pence tells FOX Business’ Trish Regan the migrant caravan heading toward the U.S. southern border was organized by leftist groups in Honduras, and central America, and is partially financed by Venezuela.

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214 Responses to Vice-President Mike Pence Discusses Leftist Political Origin of Central American Migrants…

  1. Louisiana Tea Rose says:

    Sure wish he would have gone a step further and called out Soros!

    Liked by 13 people

  2. billrla says:

    Leftist political origin? That would be the DNC. A bit further north than Venezuela, but, same idea.

    Liked by 10 people

  3. treehouseron says:

    I fully support Vice President Mike Pence, love him, and will happily vote for him in 2024 if he receives President Trump’s endorsement.


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    • Sentient says:

      I’ve given him some crap before,but he sounded real solid on this tonight.

      Liked by 10 people

      • YL Calif says:

        Yeah, I didn’t like Pence when Trump was under attack during the “Grab ’em” incident. Pence ran as fast as he could to his safe space while Chris Christie worked hard to prep Trump for the upcoming debates. But he’s supporting Trump now.

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        • Ospreyzone says:

          Exactly. I smell fear in the man. When push comes to shove, as it will in political warfare, my gut says he would deny PDJT 3-times before the cock crowed.

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        • tdaly14 says:

          He’s always supported Trump, just didn’t know how to handle that tape response. It was actually Priebus that freaked out, not Pence. Pence also voted against the Wall Street bailouts, when most Republicans did.

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        • Joshua2415 says:

          Mike Pence went weak in the knees over the Freedom of Religion bill as well when the gay mafia ganged up on him as governor of Indiana. Hopefully some of PDJT’s spine can be grafted into him over the next 6 years..


    • wolfmoon1776 says:

      Huge fan here. One of the most solid decisions our VSGPOTUS ever made was Pence as VP.

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      • KittyKat says:


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      • Better decision than our AG! For sure!

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      • mcclainra says:

        I sure hope you’re right, wolfmoon1776. I still remember seeing he was NOT POTUS’s choice, but was part of a ‘deal’ with the RNC, GOPe, establishment to support POTUS in the race and election. I will have to see more evidence that he is to be totally trusted. My spidey-sense is on when it comes to him.

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        • wolfmoon1776 says:

          I am sure that broad GOP support factored very much into Candidate Trump’s decision to go with Pence, but I seriously doubt that Pence was forced upon POTUS. In fact, I tend to believe those rumors are the work of the other side, trying to divide us. I have seen some detailed whoppers about Pence which always revolve around “evil Pence”, and they stank badly of Hollywood writers moonlighting as disinformation artists for the Democrats.

          I have an increasing sense for WHY the VSGPOTUS picked Pence, and those reasons always point toward wanting somebody of the highest moral and spiritual caliber to assure the success of the endeavor. In other words, rather than pick somebody to make himself look good (which people tend to do), Candidate Trump picked somebody who WAS good – perhaps even better than himself. And since George “I cannot tell a lie” Washington was not available, he picked the next most honest guy – Mike Pence.

          There are many other reasons why Mike Pence was a superb choice, but I think that down at the core, the “long play strategic” reason was to repel dark forces and insure success by picking somebody of the highest character. And interestingly, after that choice is made, so many other advantages of Pence fall into place.

          As Trump said, his main reason in picking a VP was continuity – somebody to replace him – (subtext: carrying on the Trump MAGA agenda) – and Mike Pence IS the guy! If Mike Pence made President Trump a promise to keep up the MAGA agenda, he is good on his word – it is just THAT simple! That kind of trust is worth far more than “ticket balance”, or “it’s a woman”, or some other reason. Pence is KAG! in the flesh! 😀

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          • pocaMAGAjunta says:

            Any suggestion that a man of high moral standards and impeccable character doesn’t have a backbone, fails to understand what it takes to live the life that Pence has chosen for himself and his family.

            I sense that the blessings of his example will lead many who have gone astray, and will heal the damage done to our people, and our country will once again be indivisible under God.

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        • NYGuy54 says:

          Wait…I thought the President’s kids preferred Pence and that’s what got him in.

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    • Brian L says:

      I don’t think he has the charisma.


    • PS82 says:

      Pence was in on the hit job of Gen. Flynn. Don’t trust Pence any further than I can toss him. His prevarication on true origins of the current caravans doesn’t help, either.


  4. Pied Piper says:

    Venezuela is financing something? Did I read that right?

    Liked by 10 people

  5. NJF says:

    They always, always go too far.

    Liked by 14 people

    • treehouseron says:

      Yeah they over played their hand a long time ago. The pendulum is beginning to swing back the other way now.

      Liked by 13 people

    • woohoowee says:

      They’re not coming into our country.

      Liked by 6 people

    • scott467 says:

      “BREAKING: Group of migrants travelling on foot from Honduras file federal lawsuit against Pres Trump and others. ”


      They did NOT!

      WHY won’t the *&^$ing media tell the TRUTH?!?

      If they’re traveling on foot in Mexico — right now — then they CANNOT possibly have filed lawsuits in America… what part of that physical REALITY are you having trouble with?

      So next question: WHO actually filed the lawsuit?

      THAT would be some HELPFUL information, fake news media.

      Then follow up on whoever that is, and who is paying them.

      THAT would be even MORE helpful to know.


      “”Trump’s professed and enacted policy towards thousands of caravanners seeking asylum in the United States is shockingly unconstitutional.”


      Oh, so now the barbarian horde consists of American Constitutional Law experts?


      Does that strike anyone else as slightly implausible?

      Perhaps… oh, I don’t know… MAYBE complicit Leftist slimeball lawyers are speaking and acting on behalf of the invasion force?!?

      They should be detained in the EXACT SAME TENTS being set up for the barbarians.

      Every last one of them.

      And if they complain at all, they should be disappeared to Gitmo for the next six years.

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      • YL Calif says:

        45 lawyers from the U.N. are traveling with the marchers.
        The U.N. has demanded that Trump not stop their access to the U.S.

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      • motreehouse says:

        Here are the email addresses of the “lawyers” who filed this suit taken from the actual lawsuit as found on shannon breams twitter

        Click to access 11-1-18-Pineda-v-Trump-Complaint.pdf

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      • Lactantius says:

        Non-citizens attempting to breach the sovereign border of the United States do not have “standing” in any U.S. Federal Court. Neither do U.N. lawyers.

        There is a bizarre law, the so-called Alien Tort Statute of 1789, passed by the first Congress which authorizes foreign individuals anywhere in the world to sue in US courts for money damages for alleged violations of international law. The Alien Tort Statute clearly empowers federal judges to hear lawsuits brought by foreign individuals who were personally harmed by U.S. violations of international law or US treaties.

        It is less clear whether Congress sought to place any limits on which violations are applicable. All that said, there is no U.S. violation of international law to which the U.S. is a signatory which illegal aliens trying to break through the border could use.

        To even infer such foolishness is to reveal how far down the rabbit hole the Progressives have fallen in thinking that any personal offense by anyone in the world is open to litigation in the U.S. Federal Court System. But why not? We pay huge sums of money to “determine” if an illegal alien has the “right” to stay in the country. Federal Courts conducting Chinese fire drills is a litigant’s best ally. Gone are the days when Judge Roy Bean, the law west of the Pecos River, would tell a murderer: “We will conduct a fair trial after which we are going to hang you.” He was absolutely correct. A fair trial of a totally guilty party is merely an homage to lady justice. But we have long since come to believe that if one person has a slight doubt, the perp goes free.

        Some Progressive judge will take a petition from the illegal aliens and order President Donald J. Trump to send a welcome wagon to greet the mob. Which President Trump will not do and then the judge will have to ….. what?

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        • Cuppa Covfefe says:

          In a sense they’re doing what the European Commission (EC: the self-perpetuating, unelected rulers of Europe, answerable to no one) are doing over here: the time-dishonored principle of “it’s easer to as forgiveness than to ask permission”. A sort of governmental scope-creep, if you will.

          Where there’s a vacuum of leadership, the crooks will creep in. And have, over here, at least… All of these treaties, agreements, etc. are an attempt to put the UN at the top of the heap, and impose global government (governance, they call it), and install a one-world government. The same way that the EC/EP insinuated its Satanic tendrils into the governments of the various European countries and emerged as the de-facto government of them all…


      • Kay123 says:

        Guess who is a so called Constitutional lawyer ( who lost his
        license years ago for perjury) is a community rebel rouser, and
        a hater of this country? If i have to tell you….you should be
        disqualified from voting!


    • missilemom says:

      The Lawyers facilitating this need to be detained and or stopped from re-entering the USA.

      Liked by 9 people

    • steph_gray says:

      Well that’s just ridiculous. How could they have any standing in American courts?

      Liked by 7 people

      • Dutchman says:

        Guy had diabetes, and had to have his left leg amputated, but the Dr mistakenly amputated rightvleg, and, after realising error, went back and amputated left leg.
        Guy sued, but case thrown out, cause conplainant didn’t have ‘standing’ ; didn’t have a leg to STAND on.

        Thats the kind of case these idiots got, but doesn’t keep em from trying.


    • Summer says:

      A foreign horde is filing federal lawsuits against POTUS “and others” while hiking in Mexico… WTF, lol.

      Liked by 6 people

    • Will Hunt says:

      Exactly. Very similar to the lib/soc/prog/dem support of the transgenders. Just a bridge too far.


    • Anonymous says:

      He violated their rights to enter America and get Free Stuff?

      Liked by 1 person

  6. woohoowee says:

    Venzuela Democrats

    Liked by 8 people

  7. Right to reply says:

    Surely the person/persons filing the suit are named on said suit?

    Liked by 3 people

  8. Pam says:

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  9. Sentient says:

    The entire caravan should be apprehended INSIDE Mexico by the American military, immediately denied asylum (since they’d all declined Mexico’s offer of asylum) loaded onto planes and delivered to Honduras. We’ll be nice and land the plane in Honduras.

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    • glissmeister says:

      Infiltrators. Unlawful infiltration and conspiracy to unlawfully infiltrate foreign nationals.

      And look at the American entities and “activists” conspiring to do so. Worse still (for them) is the pursuit, financial solicitation and profiteering by American persons (corporate and human) using a RICO-style nexus of government programs, institutions, political activity and philanthropy to monetize the organization and operation and the conspiracy and collusion with foreign governments and foreign persons to subvert the laws and protection of the United States and its citizens


    • RoddREpub says:

      Land the planes? I’m thinking buy lots of parachutes!

      Liked by 1 person

    • Geoff Goedde says:

      I think 2-4 years living in tent cities, awaiting their trial, to then be deported will discourage most of these “invaders.”

      Liked by 1 person

  10. Kent says:

    …may we undo the damage the left has wrought upon our nation…with God’s will…and in His way….

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  11. Pam says:

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  12. Pam says:

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  13. Deplorable_Infidel says:

    1Kings 9:15 ¶ And this is the reason of the levy which king Solomon raised; for to build the house of the LORD, and his own house, and Millo, and the wall of Jerusalem, and Hazor, and Megiddo, and Gezer.

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    • Deplorable_Infidel says:

      Here is the entire passage in Ezekiel that gives some background of the conditions:

      Ezekiel 22:23 ¶ And the word of the LORD came unto me, saying,
      24 Son of man, say unto her, Thou art the land that is not cleansed, nor rained upon in the day of indignation.
      25 There is a conspiracy of her prophets in the midst thereof, like a roaring lion ravening the prey; they have devoured souls; they have taken the treasure and precious things; they have made her many widows in the midst thereof.

      26 Her priests have violated my law, and have profaned mine holy things: they have put no difference between the holy and profane, neither have they shewed difference between the unclean and the clean, and have hid their eyes from my sabbaths, and I am profaned among them.
      27 Her princes in the midst thereof are like wolves ravening the prey, to shed blood, and to destroy souls, to get dishonest gain.
      28 And her prophets have daubed them with untempered morter, seeing vanity, and divining lies unto them, saying, Thus saith the Lord GOD, when the LORD hath not spoken.

      29 The people of the land have used oppression, and exercised robbery, and have vexed the poor and needy: yea, they have oppressed the stranger wrongfully.
      30 And I sought for a man among them, that should make up the hedge, and stand in the gap before me for the land, that I should not destroy it: but I found none.
      31 Therefore have I poured out mine indignation upon them; I have consumed them with the fire of my wrath: their own way have I recompensed upon their heads, saith the Lord GOD.

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  14. Cheri Lawrence says:

    Excellent he finally made the point about asylum and safety in Mexico! This is obviously not the issue. The agenda is clear to us all! I just wish we could stop with the bleeding hearts. This is an invasion, nothing less!!

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  15. appraisher says:

    An unruly mob carrying the flags of their beloved countries and marching through 2 or 3 other countries that have offered them sanctuary that they’ve refused, to belligerently force their way into a sovereign country, for the expressed purpose of forcing the citizenry of said sovereign country to pay for their new lives, are not “immigrants”, “migrants”, “refugees” or “undocumented”, they are a FOREIGN INVADING FORCE…and should be treated as such.

    They are intentionally threatening every citizen of the United States, by telling us that we will not stop them from their goal. To call this diseased, uneducated, belligerent, criminal mob of foreigners, that have no intention of becoming productive Americans (they already have a country), refugees or immigrants, is to spit in the face of every true refugee or immigrant that came to the US legally, with the intention of becoming a proud American and to make America a better place…like my family.

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    • glissmeister says:

      They are instruments of foreign governments and their policy. They could not be doing what they are doing without a certain degree of proxy and agency extended by the foreign governments enabling and engaging in the conspiracy to unlawfully infiltrate citizens of foreign governments into the United States.

      We should be identifying all American corporate and philanthropic entities conspiring to facilitate infiltration of foreign nationals. Time to seize their funds and investigate thoroughly,; to arrest and indict their corporate officers, subordinates, sycophants and cohorts, foreign and domestic, engaged in the apparent conspiracy to infiltrate foreign persons unlawfully into the United States.

      We should also seek the recovery all federal and state monies entrusted to “the resettlement industry” which were diverted by them to facilitate the conspiracy. Given the human trafficking dimension and prospective money laundering issues typically arising from such apparent organized crimes, shouldn’t the government be pursuing the arrest and indictment of corporate officers, trustees; seizing assets, trusts and endowments that have become involved?

      I say hit them where it hurts. It’s time the pseudo-elite and self-annointed ruling class get their comeuppance.

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  16. CountryDoc says:

    I like Pence. He’s a nice guy. But I don’t see him being able to be as effective a PDJT. Tone of voice is pleading, begging. Body language is appealing — as if he’s trying to convince Trish Reagan – who already gets it. Contrast this to PDJT. Who says what he sees, and can consistently back up what he sees. Does what he says. Our presidents body language, tone of voice, and words say , “I see you”, “I know what you are doing” “I’m not going to let America and her constitution be maligned, and don’t F&*k with me”. The compassion is visible in the astronomical degree of self sacrifice he is making with no visible benefit to himself other that a stronger country for himself and the working citizens of his country. His compassion is visible in the FU of his labor, and the common man, and minorities who are all benefiting in real, hard, numbers that are undeniable.

    Pence’s answers to why the democrats are sending the caravan is “They have become more liberal”. That’s not an answer, it’s a label. The reason the democrats are sending the caravan is that they are trying to destroy this country and give the power in the money to the really, all powerful, globalist people and corporations.

    We need Lions. Compassionate, good, bad ass, ferocious, running, attacking, proactive, hunting lions.

    Contrast Pence talking to Trumps statement on immigration today. That’s the difference.

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    • 6079 Smith W says:

      God bless Vice-President Pence, but this faux-news interviewer succeeded in controlling the discourse by repeatedly interjecting MSM talking points and the Vice-President’s responses were underwhelming at best. Thanks be to God, our great nation has summoned forth indomitable, not-so-easily-subdued leaders like Donald J. Trump and James N. Mattis.

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      • tomf says:

        Here’s a twofer….
        Vice President Pence was/is the perfect counter balance to the President.
        This interview in particular was a ‘softer side’ and compassionate response to questions.
        Not just alfa males watch these interviews. Compassion is needed here (along with firmness)
        Ms. Regan teed up the questions perfectly.
        Message delivered and received quite nicely.
        The circular firing squad needs to stand down.

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    • nimrodman says:

      Mick Mulvaney 2024

      Speaks quickly and lucidly. Takes no prisoners in press conferences and Q&A segments.

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    • PS82 says:

      I concur with with everything said here, and would add that Pence was the centerpiece of the takedown of Gen. Flynn. Pence is just as much a fraud as all the other bought-and-paid-for RINOs. Pence will be no replacement of Trump. No one will. Once Trump is gone there will not be another like him. As such, Trump’s presidency is not so much about fixing things as it is about waking us up as a nation. Because once he is gone, it will be our responsibility to fix what is left. And we had better be awake for that.


  17. lydia00 says:

    Democrats want war. They want Trumpto declare Marshall Law or use force. They want blood at the border. They might even encourage illegals here to fight. There is a reason the caravan is mostly young men. No one who is lecturing us about compassion has to live around the chaos, disease and violence. They are oligharchs.

    They might, however, have underestimated our compassion meters. Mine is full for my family, extended family and community. It opens up for Americans in a disaster. But that’s it. I am done.

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    • 6079 Smith W says:

      My take on it is: if their Antifa gangs and pussy-hat counter-gangs were capable of insurrectionary violence on a national scale, our globalist enemy would have preferred that option. That strategy for sabotaging our midterm elections having failed, they have resorted to the much more expensive and even more desperate option of enlisting a mercenary army of murderous thugs, terrorists, and human traffickers with the intent of storming our borders.

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    • Akindole says:

      …They might even encourage illegals here to fight…

      That’s pretty funny right there.
      They’ve really stepped up to the plate in their country of origin, no?


    • Anonymous says:

      Democrats want power, however they can get it.


  18. Stan says:

    I guess they didn’t notice that Trump fights back.
    The people funding the caravans should look at Avenatti.

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  19. Olga says:

    Good to see VP standing by THE CHIEF. Wish we saw more of him…very well spoken…

    Liked by 2 people

  20. Raven_AU says:

    “We will decide who comes to this country and the circumstances in which they come,”
    ~ Former Australian Prime Minister, John Howard.

    Most of our invaders were coming via Indonesia and in some cases escorted to the boats by the Indonesian military . . I kid you not.

    The people smugglers make a fortune from telling these people that they’ll be accepted when they make landfall. And of course, once at sea, the ‘migrants’ deliberately fudge engine trouble in the expectation that our Navy will pick them up. And early on, that’s exactly what happened.

    Later, we declared that anyone arriving illegally would never . . repeat, never be permitted into Australia. This was advertised extensively both locally and in these enabling countries.

    That advertising was targeted directly at the people smugglers business model; the theory being to dissuade the ‘migrants’ from spending their money on something that wasn’t going to be successful. Apart from a couple of stragglers along the way, we haven’t had a boat make landfall for years now.


  21. MaineCoon says:

    45 U.N lawyers embedded? What a joke? What are they going to do? FIle a coupla lawsuits? In what jurisdiction? Where are they licenced? Vanuatu? Nauru? Tonga? I say shoot those troublemakers first.

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  22. Pyrthroes says:

    However politically expedient, what counts here are acts and deeds, not words. Rehashing Honduras-Venezuela complicity, likely with Soros’ incitement and financing, plus UN kleptarchs’ blatant anti-U.S. interference under guise of “human rights” [spare us], is a mug’s game.

    Once Trump and Mattis have stopped this BS in its tracks, levying realpolitik consequences on all concerned, let’s pass on to China’s million-man Uighur Turkish (Muslump) “re-education” concentration camps, where truly murderous abuses occur hourly.

    Whatever verbalizing blonde bombshell Trump appoints to hurl calumnies at UN despots in Turtle Bay’s flatworm congress assembled, the brute fact is that “this here shootin’ down of Deputy Sheriffs has just naturally got to stop” (“Badman’s Blunder”, 1960).

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  23. TwoLaine says:

    The GULAGs aka HeadHunters who rule our unlawful refugee programs encourage this b.s. asylee lawlessness, because they are not winning on the refugee side anymore.

    They get paid by the head to change your cities and towns and bring in the cheap labor the globalists want. If they can’t get them through one manufactured crisis they will engineer a new one.

    I want to hear President TRUMP tell them, YOU ARE FIRED!


  24. covfefe999 says:

    Can President Trump temporarily ban asylum entries? We can ship the people to Canada or Mexico.

    F the Democrats. They are wrecking our country. I’m deeply sorry that I ever voted for any. It will NEVER happen again. I don’t care if all of my GOP candidates are Satans, I will be voting for them.
    I will NEVER vote for a Democrat for the rest of my life. NEVER..

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  25. TwoLaine says:

    Dear VP Pence,

    I think, NO, I KNOW, You Are A Big Deal Too!

    Thank You and your family for serving our country, again, and for serving at the side of our FEARLESS President!

    Creepy Joe can’t hold a candle to you and neither can Oprah! WE WILL NEVER FORGET that Oprah first SOLD us The Kenyan, and then tried to SELL us ILLary. She is no Friend of America.

    “She’s not coming over to your house! You don’t have to like her.”
    ~Oprah Winfrey

    WRONG Oprah! The White House IS OUR HOUSE, The People’s House, and it is back where it belongs, to stay!!!!!!!!!


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  26. mark says:

    I don’t know if the razor wire has been deployed but if it has, then rubber bullets and lots of them with direct orders to shoot any and all who try to set foot on this side of it.

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  27. G. Combs says:

    “BREAKING: Group of migrants travelling on foot from Honduras file federal lawsuit against Pres Trump and others. ”

    Well, they have NO STANDING!

    What Is Legal “Standing”?

    “Standing” is a legal term used in connection with lawsuits and a requirement of Article III of
    the United States Constitution.
    In simple terms, courts use “standing” to ask, “Does this
    party have a ‘dog in this fight?’” Standing limits participation in lawsuits and asks whether
    the person(s) bringing a lawsuit, or defending one,
    has enough cause to “stand” before the
    court and advocate, since not anyone can go to court for any reason.

    To have standing, a party must show an “injury in fact” to their own legal interests. In other
    words, has the party itself “suffered” some sort of actual harm? (In constitutional law, this
    generally refers to one’s legally protected rights and freedoms.) If the party cannot show
    harm, the party does not have standing and is not the right party to be appearing before the

    Since these people ARE NOT CITIZENS AND ARE NOT IN THE USA they have ZERO Standing. It is very dangerous to allow OTHER NATIONALS not in the USA standing before our courts.

    The Supreme Court on the legal Standing of an illegal alien. Standing is based on the PRESENCE WITHIN the JURISDICTION of the USA.

    “….The Fourteenth Amendment provides that

    [n]o State shall . . . deprive any person of life, liberty, or property, without due process of law; nor deny to any person within its jurisdiction the equal protection of the laws.

    (Emphasis added.) Appellants argue at the outset that undocumented aliens, because of their immigration status, are not “persons within the jurisdiction” of the State of Texas, and that they therefore have no right to the equal protection of Texas law. We reject this argument. Whatever his status under the immigration laws, an alien is surely a “person” in any ordinary sense of that term. Aliens, even aliens whose presence in this country is unlawful, have long been recognized as “persons” guaranteed due process of law by the Fifth and Fourteenth Amendments. …”

    (I hope Ristvan comments with a more educated point of view.)

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  28. G. Combs says:

    And those UN and other lawyers???

    Charge them with HUMAN TRAFFICKING and confiscated ALL their assets per President Trump’s Christmas E.O. I am sure there are at least one or more kid(s) genetically not related to any adults and that many of the women have been raped.

    Give them the Manafort treatment!

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  29. G. Combs says:

    About the United Nations and the World Bank and IMF.

    FDR sold us out!

    In the 1930s FDR agreed to hand US sovereignty over to the United Nations AND he confiscated personally owned gold and gave it to the international bankers using Executive Order 6102.

    Former World Trade Organization Director-General Pascal Lamy tells you point blank that the EU is the template for the desired World Government and it has been in the plans since the 1930s.

    To govern this globalized world, writes World Trade Organization Director-General Pascal Lamy, existing institutions will need to be reformed
    ( )

    In the same way, climate change negotiations are not just about the global environment but global economics as well — the way that technology, costs and growth are to be distributed and shared…
    Can we balance the need for a sustainable planet with the need to provide billions with decent living standards? Can we do that without questioning radically the Western way of life? …
    At the same time, globalization is blurring the line between national and world issues, redefining our notions of space, sovereignty and identity. As we saw during the recent financial crisis, economic turbulence in one country now sends shockwaves worldwide.

    Countries claim the right to use national resources as they see fit. But the byproduct can be greenhouse gases or disappearing fish stocks or raw material shortages — which impact the interconnected world we share….

    This raises a final challenge: How to provide global leadership? Mobilizing collective purpose is more difficult when we no longer face one common enemy, but thousands of complex problems
    The reality is that, so far, we have largely failed to articulate a clear and compelling vision of why a new global order matters — and where the world should be headed….

    All had lived through the chaos of the 1930s …including the defeated powers, agreed that the road to peace lay with building a new international order — and an approach to international relations that questioned the Westphalian, sacrosanct principle of sovereignty — rooted in freedom, openness, prosperity and interdependence.

    Lamy is quite blunt in stating national sovereignty is passe.

    …more than half a century ago that the Frenchman Jean Monnet, one of the shapers of post-war Europe, said, “The sovereign nations of the past can no longer provide a framework for the resolution of our present problems. And the European Community itself is no more than a step towards the organizational forms of tomorrow’s world.” His assessment was as valid then as it is now….

    Lamy indicates that an European Union like super state is the goal.

    “The whole aim of practical politics is to keep the populace alarmed — and hence clamorous to be led to safety — by menacing it with an endless series of hobgoblins, all of them imaginary.” ~ H.L. Mencken

    Pascal Lamy takes ‘Practical Politics’ the next step, by telling us the “new enemy to unite us” is needed to create Legitimacy, one of the three legs needed to implement a global government…

    It gives me great pleasure to be here today to participate in this thematic debate on the United Nations in global governance, an issue of the utmost importance given the urgency of the global challenges we are facing… As for legitimacy, I see two avenues to strengthen it. First, domestically, by increasing the visibility of international issues and giving citizens a greater say….

    There sure as heck is no greater threat for uniting citizens together then the threat of ‘catastrophic climate change’. is there?

    And if that doesn’t work you can always over throw the government and install your chosen puppet.


  30. Yes, they do indeed have a leftist political origin – I spoke to a friend who is Honduran, and actually living in Honduras right now and he said they are being funded by 3rd party groups, and intending to come here to push Socialism! He said he opes Trump doesn’t let them in. He said they are all lower class people – freeloaders. He sees this first hand, so I think it is credible.

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  31. Zippy says:

    There is no need for left wing groups to organise and fund caravans. MOST 3rd world immigrants vote heavily to the left. Just one chart linked below. I’ve seen others showing the stats for non-Hispanics:

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  32. Lactantius says:

    In regard to what some federal judge might rule in order to “hamstring” the POTUS:

    The courts do NOT have supremacy over the other two branches. A judge issuing an injunction against an executive action is extra-judicial and meaningless. The injunction must be wholly based on the law and the judge must thoroughly and adequately show how the law compels the injunction.

    Nowhere in the Constitution is there language giving the courts the power to rule on law and give the court the power to constrain the actions of judicial branch or the legislative branch or the executive branch.

    While the Supreme Court gave itself the power to have the final say on the “meaning” of a law [Marbury v Madison – 1803] it has zero power to enforce its decision. The court is impotent and President Andrew Jackson scoffed at the judicial branch: “The courts have made their decision; now let them enforce it.”

    Thomas Jefferson wrote: “Our judges are as honest as other men, and not more so. They have, with others, the same passions for party, for power, and the privileges of their corps.” Jefferson would have had a stroke over justices finding Constitutional power emanating from the penumbra of certain parts and pieces of the Bill of Rights. [Justice Douglas used this language in Gitlow v Connecticut]

    Article III of the Constitution gives Congress the power to limit the jurisdiction of the federal courts below the Supreme Court and to limit their appellate jurisdiction. But Congress has willingly allowed the courts to say what the law means. It saves members of Congress from take the risk of making tough decisions in writing legislation.

    If the President were to ignore a court injunction, there would be no “Constitutional crisis” other than the one in which the courts have to explain where they found the Constitutional power to override the actions of the executive branch and/or the President.

    President Donald J. Trump has the power and, perhaps, the moxie to shove the Progressive judiciary back into the bottle.

    The Progressive judges have just one power in this: they can beg the House of Representatives to vote articles of impeachment against the President. Isn’t that quaint? It would be just the way the founding fathers wrote it in the Constitution.

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  33. KAY123 says:

    Where is justice for the United States? We don’t want more
    anti-United States protesters who love us just long enough
    to get benefits……. then protest, riot, hate on us with La Rasa
    types…..and fly their own countries flags in our faces.

    Then they claim asylum from crime, then bring their crime MS-13
    drug culture, drug cartels, thievery, and use us as their bankrollers.

    We hired Trump to STOP THIS INSANITY…….and what does he do???

    Birthright rights? No they don’t have any. Never did. This has always
    been a Leftist-Globalist mockery of our Constitution.

    Look up ” WILKINS vs ELK 1894″ that explains the use of the use of
    14 th Amendment. In no way was born on American soil a birthright….
    much less to vote.

    Our FOREFATHERS would roll over in their graves to know how the
    greatest Document ever created on this earth has been twisted,
    shredded, and Demonized…… when in fact every nation one Earth
    Communist leaders want their peasants to be slaves which enrich
    them…….not the peasants, themselves.


  34. KAY123 says:

    Where is justice for the United States? We don’t want more
    anti-United States protesters who love us just long enough
    to get benefits……. then protest, riot, hate on us with La Rasa
    types…..and fly their own countries flags in our faces.

    Then they claim asylum from crime, then bring their crime MS-13
    drug culture, drug cartels, thievery, and use us as their bankrollers.

    We hired Trump to STOP THIS INSANITY…….and what does he do???

    Birthright rights? No they don’t have any. Never did. This has always
    been a Leftist-Globalist mockery of our Constitution.

    Look up ” WILKINS vs ELK 1894″ that explains the use of the
    14th Amendment. In no way was, “born on American soil,” a birthright….
    for anything, not even to vote.!!!

    Our FOREFATHERS would roll over in their graves to know how the
    greatest Document ever created on this earth has been twisted,
    shredded, and Demonized…… when in fact every nation on Earth
    Communist leaders want their peasants to be slaves which enrich
    them…….not the peasants, themselves.


  35. Lactantius says:

    I have read the suit filed for some group of marchers in the US border bound caravan now in Mexico and it is a farce with more holes than Lorraine Swiss cheese. The “lawyers” cite the 5th Amendment as if the border hoppers are already being held in US territory. It gets sillier from there.

    We visited this whole mess in 323 U.S. 214 – Korematsu v. United States (No. 22) – Argued: October 11, 12, 1944. Granted, Korematsu was decided under the conditions of being involved in a war declared by Congress and is not a precise parallel.

    However, people Hellbent on entering our country illegally are readily seen as an “invasion” even if they are neither armed nor declared enemy combatants. What we are being told to do in this law suit is to accept the illegal entrants as “per se” citizens and to assume that they have the Constitutional rights of a citizen of the united states and due all the privileges and immunities of a bona fide citizen. If that is the case, why would it be legal to have borders, let alone an Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) service?


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