Tom Homan Identifies Acting DHS Secretary Kevin McAleenan as Deep State Leaker, Trying to Undermine President Trump…

Oh boy, this is interesting.

BACKSTORY: A little more than a week ago President Trump identified former acting director of U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE), Tom Homan, as a likely candidate for the position of border czar. “He’ll be a border czar, he’ll be very much involved in the border, he’ll be reporting directly to me,” Mr. Trump said.

However, in a follow up interview with Lou Dobbs, Tom Homan said there were discussions, and he wants to support the president, but he would only take the position if certain “structural changes” within the internal DHS system were made.  In essence, Homan appeared to be saying he’d only take the job if chain-of-authority was changed, and all the hurdles to doing the job were removed.

Today, Mr. Homan seemed to clearly identify Acting DHS Secretary Kevin McAleenan as the person working against the interests of the President; leaking information to impede the immigration policy of President Trump; and likely the reason why Homan would only consider entering back into the administration if the process was changed to allow him to work around a corrupt Acting DHS Secretary, McAleenan.

Suffice to day, after this interview Tom Homan and Acting DHS Secretary Kevin McAleenan will likely never work together. It would appear if President Trump wants Homan as border czar, he’s going to have to fire McAleenan…. or change something.

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406 Responses to Tom Homan Identifies Acting DHS Secretary Kevin McAleenan as Deep State Leaker, Trying to Undermine President Trump…

  1. Invisigoth says:

    Trump should fire the person in a cabinet level position who is leaking and thwarting his agenda. As for Homan, would you take a job where you were expected to deliver results while your supervisor would be opposing you at every turn, trying to get you fired and embarrassing you in the media?

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    • Perot Conservative says:

      Half hearted attempt, priority #12 for him.

      Liked by 1 person

      • Jederman says:

        I hate to agree with you but I do. This of all issues, the one that the most Americans feel the strongest about and zilch, zip… .

        Every time I hear about the “booming” economy I also think it DMS with all these illegals wandering around sucking at the teat. This is the one, single issue that convinces me to either vote or not in 2020.

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        • nimrodman says:

          “sucking at the teat”

          Exactly
          I ask: “Who’s going to pay for all these people?”

          My Lefty friends say “They’ll pay for themselves, they’re hard-working people”

          No they won’t

          Leftys have no concept that these low-education, low-wage immigrants will NOT “pay for themselves”, they are NET consumers of benefits rather than NET tax contributors. They are a NET drain on the productive taxpayer.

          Simply because they’ll be destined to be low-wage workers (the ones that’ll work) and people in that category consume more in government benefits than they’ll ever pay in income taxes. It’s got little to do with their national origin, it’s simply a fact of being low-wage, low-education individuals.

          How much of a drain? A 6-year-old estimate of the cost of amnestying those 30-million, 40-million yada yada illegal aliens who were here 6 years ago, before the more recent wide-open-borders crisis was $600,000 cost to taxpayers PER ILLEGAL IMMIGRANT over the course of their lifetime.

          So I ask again: “Who’s going to pay for all these people?”

          The Cost of Amnesty to the American Taxpayer: $6.3 Trillion
          $600,000 cost to taxpayers PER ILLEGAL IMMIGRANT over the course of their lifetime.

          “If amnesty is enacted, the average adult unlawful immigrant would receive $592,000 more in government benefits over his lifetime than he would pay in taxes.”

          https://www.myheritage.org/news/the-cost-of-amnesty-to-the-american-taxpayer-6-3-trillion/

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          • NC Nana says:

            Nimrod – hunter,

            We lived in CA. For at least 40 + years CA has used State income tax to subsidize the Federal Medicaid program. It is called MediCal. Illegals have been using this program for most of that time. Either without knowledge of the government officials or as a work around to subsidize hospitals that gave illegals “free” medical treatment.

            Now the State Governor has advertised to the world he will give MediCal to illegals.
            The taxpaying citizens of the State will pay for this misuse of tax funds.

            I have always said MediCal will bankrupt CA. With his gift of MediCal to people who should not even be in the country, Gov. Newsom has put CA on the bullet train to bankruptcy.

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            • Show me says:

              Likely it will lead to bankruptcy, but that doesn’t seem to bother the people in California in the least. They figure, if they get a Democrat in the White House, or even a Democrat controlled congress, the Federal Government will need to bail them out.
              The courts will agree because California’s argument will be that California shouldn’t have to pay because the Federal government let the illegals come in over the border.

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              • NC Nana says:

                Show me,
                There is an interesting article on American Thinker this morning entitled “California 75% probability of financial crisis in next recession”

                One of the things it says is “court decisions have increasingly restricted the number of items that can legally be cut.” It is really hard for me to accept this statement regarding court decisions at face value.

                In 1978 CA citizens passed Proposition 13 which was a property tax initiative restricting how much property tax could be raised. It also reset property taxes to 1976 levels. Of course the reason for Prop 13 is that we were literally being taxed out of our homes. The excessive property tax increase happened overnight. There was a ground swell surge of voters saying NO which resulted in Prop 13.

                People have tried to overturn Proposition 13 multiple times. But the law was so well written they have been unsuccessful.

                In 2003 CA Gov Gray Davis raised vehicle license fees an astronomical amount. He was recalled in 2004 and the license rate was reset to the 2003 levels.

                People can do something there just needs to be a public will for it.

                Oh one more example. This on a national level. In 2016 against all odds the people elected Donald John Trump President of the United States. God is good!

                https://www.americanthinker.com/blog/2019/06/california_75_probability_of_financial_crisis_in_next_recession.html

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              • NC Nana says:

                Show Me,

                I just read another interesting article on the American Thinker regarding Congress delegating its authority to Federal Agencies. In it Justice Gorsuch wrote that we need to curb this Congressional habit.

                This opinion is very heartening. Perhaps things like the misuse of Medicaid and the subsequent misuse of MediCal attracting illegals can be curbed in the process. After all we have Federal Border Protection and ICE trying to stop people from coming into the country illegally and CA using Federal Medicaid funds to lure people into coming to America illegally. Talking about conflict, how can one government justify both actions?

                FTA:

                “…. Justice Neil Gorsuch wrote a lengthy dissent extolling the need to curb Congress’s powers to delegate to federal agencies. Surprisingly, two other justices, Chief Justice John Roberts and Justice Clarence Thomas, joined this radical opinion. And while a fourth — Justice Alito — sided with the more liberal justices, he wrote separately to say, “if a majority of this Court were willing to reconsider the approach we have taken for the past 84 years, I would support that effort.”

                https://www.americanthinker.com/articles/2019/06/presidential_tweets_and_a_scotus_sneak_peek.html

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            • Fred Ward says:

              My solution was to leave the state. I left in 1993. CA hasn’t seen a dime of my income for over 20 years.

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          • This is why the United States can no longer put men into space.

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          • Blister Bill says:

            The real cost is not monetary but the life of the nation. America. Our constitutional republic.

            These invading illegal vermin vote 80-20 demoncrat and that won’t change much through the successive generations of anchor babies. Texas and Florida will be perma-blue in a year or so…From here on out, there will never be another republican(conservative, constitutionalist) elected again.

            Amerika can look forward to the likes of President Cortez and her green new deal. Venezuela here we come!

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            • ozzy says:

              Yup, I have said the same for months. I spent years working in Central and South America, both as a US Officer and subsequently as a private contractor doing work for the police in one of those places. The US is getting immigrants with the lowests levels of education, people with no skills whatsoever, people whom I have personally heard saying that “In the States, the government will help support your families even if you have ‘no papers’ meaning that if you enter illegally you will still receive financial aid from the government. So, is this what you call “AMBITION”? JUST TAKE A GOOD LOOK AT VENEZUELA!

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          • mugzey302 says:

            MAYBE the men work, but then they live off the women on welfare/SNAP. The working people who have to live in the same neighborhoods know this all too well. Everything the low-wage men make goes to tricking-out their vehicles and their booze/drug habit(s). And the young girls are pregnant by age 14, to continue the cycle.

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      • Remington says:

        Never felt good about this guy. How do we end up with DH’s like this….something about him….Got that Strzok look. Just fire his butt and bring in Holman….enough is enough

        Liked by 3 people

        • Carole Williams says:

          I know what you mean about “that look”. I felt that way the first day I saw Chris Wray. And still do.

          Liked by 4 people

        • Linda Maislin says:

          I felt uncomfortable about him too. Can someone explain why the President elevated someone from the previous administration to such an important position?… especially someone who got that position at the end of that administration’s term, possibly to thwart Pres. Trump’s immigration policy. (I don’t believe they never thought he’d win.)

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      • Boxerpaws says:

        half hearted? Just learned about the leak.

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    • I thought a Czar worked independently and reported directly to the President.

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      • Maquis says:

        Homan as a czar would be neither under nor over McAleenan, but he knows damn well he can’t work around him and could never trust him beside him. McAleenan is the kind of punk that frags his own subordinates with his traitorous mouth and I hope he is promptly dismissed with prejudice.
        For shame!

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        • mugzey302 says:

          How many Obama supporters are in that organization?. It’s bad enough having to fight Congress in order to do your job, quite another to have to fight your undermining, sabotaging subordinates and co-workers.

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    • Esther says:

      Got to say, I like the fact that Homan is a bit like Trump. He did not hold back. Good thing Trump is making him an immigration/border Czar. The corruption in DHS and border patrol as well as ICE is something Homan knows about first hand. No wonder McAleenan kicked up a stink about Trump’s real pick getting the appointment. OUT YOU GO McAleenan, a patriot skewered you. And Trump has created a post that bypasses all the civil service crap. We expect that he will go this route to put some proper supervision in place over corrupt organizations.

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      • Daniel says:

        The DHS is a corrupt organization by design. Look at how it was put together and how quickly and for what reasons? What was the predicate event of the creation of the DHS?

        Liked by 4 people

        • Susan Bolle says:

          There is no security in the homeland so it is useless. They are all Chamber of Commerce lackeys and it’s just another level of government to corrupt.

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        • Linda K. says:

          I believe George W. is responsible for DHS and I’m not sure it was intended to block illegal immigration. It was started up after 9/11, along with the Patriot Act that lets CIA and FBI listen in on anyone they want..

          George W.(the silent), Romney, John McCain,,,what a bunch of paid for losers. No offense, but I see Mike Pence in the same mold.

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          • Dber says:

            Except you would never hear any of those other RHINO’s fully support Trump and support his AF agenda wholeheartedly. If anything, Mr. Pence has served admirably in that regard. That and he is 100% scandal-free.

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    • Daniel says:

      No, any such person should be ARRESTED AND CHARGED. I’m sick of this acting as if committing a crime was not a crime. The president is the commander in chief.

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    • fishon2016 says:

      It was All a set up Trump never lets The media know what he is going to do. Think iRAN.

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      • Remington..... says:

        Just listening to Gutfeld when they ran a snippet saying the reason he postponed the raids was because Pelosi asked him to do so. So outrageous I need to have it cross checked.

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    • Carrie2 says:

      Invisigoth, but we don’t know how McAleenan was found to be the leaker so I would like question answered. Was McAleenan an Obama appointment? If so, then understandable but I don’t have enough information as yet.

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  2. Deplorable_Vespucciland says:

    Is this McAleenan the guy who leaked about the ICE sweeps coming next week? Good that Trump verbally postponed the illegal alien roundup. There is absolutely no reason for actions like that to be telegraphed ahead of time. JUST DO IT.

    ~~~~~~~ TRUMP 2020 ~~~~~~~

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  3. Perot Conservative says:

    More 4D chess? My only guess is he wants to look reasonable”, like with Iran.

    Twenty six months, NOTHING. Pelosi will now change her tune? Really?

    AND STOP BROADCASTING YOUR PLANS AND NUMBERS!

    Why focus on 2,000 “families” when there are over ONE MILLION who can be deported now!! “We’re gonna deport Millions! … we’re gonna deport 2,000” … opps, not!

    We have go facd hd really doesn’t support this as a top priority, we do. He cut regulations… cut taxes… trued to end ObamaCare… tried to build infrastructure … everything but border security, and deportations. …

    Be always mentions how we need workers… and what happens when we hit a Recession? What happens with a Democrat $15 an bour Minimum wage, when corporations automate their warehouses like Amazon? U employment and social costs will skyrocket.

    Ann Coulter may be right after all. Prove me wrong. Fire the ding dong leaker, and hire Kobach and Homan – as Czars if needed.

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    • starfcker says:

      Ann Coulter has been right from the beginning. President Trump is not really interested in deporting anybody. His dream scenario is a big amnesty in exchange for “modernizing” immigration laws. It’s the same nonsense that has lived in Republican politics for as long as I can remember. Will it be good for the country? Depends on the final outcome. But for now the Democrats know he’s bluffing about deportations. Until he shoot some hostages nobody’s going to take him seriously on this. That said, two weeks is not a long time.

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      • Perot Conservative says:

        Correct. They’ll start with a big number – 5 Million, 7 Million, 10 Million.

        Which begets more illegal immigration.

        Then a Democrat wins in 6 years, or even 12 years, and there will be another Amnesty, and every relative or friend or fellow gang member.

        1. Enforce the laws.
        2. Deportation proceedings – talks can happen at the same time … 26 months, and nothing has happened!!

        POTUS has made numerous proposals! He even offered TRIPLE the number for Amnesty! They gave him ZERO for the Wall; delayed monies for humanitarian aide; and then bash him for it.

        He sounds a little whacky saying we’ll deport “Millions” (Trump exaggeration, not lies), when he won’t even deport 2,000. GIVE NO NUMBER!! Jesus! Easy.

        Just commence regular run-of-the mill deportations. Work with cooperating agencies. Punish leakers. Use sources. There are cooperating law enforcement in Oakland (tough-on-crime Alameda County) and other liberal cities. Have a Law Enforcement Tip Line!

        Mr Leverage … ???

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      • redline says:

        I don’t know if Reagan was betrayed on this issue, or actually worked with those who clearly never intended to secure our southern border and make illegal entry and residency more difficult and less profitable.

        Either way, the last time Congress and the administrative bureaucracy were similarly tasked, NOTHING of any lasting effect was done, except, of course, the blanket amnesty part.

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      • Moe Grimm says:

        kind of get the same feeling about the fbi… anyone who appoints a stuffed cuck like Wray (obvious 20 sec. in to his confirmation hearing) can be serious about total structural changes at that broke down corrupt armed 3 letter proxy of the Dept. of Just-Us.

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        • redgrains says:

          Guessing, hoping, expecting Wray goes immediately after Trump is re-elected.
          Wish it would be sooner since Wray is a sniveling, weak , Deep Stater but all things in good time.
          Just wish POTUS would get on the border/immigration issues and stay on them till real progress is made.

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      • Daniel says:

        Ann Coulter has an unreliable opinion.

        There will be no big amnesty. Trump absolutely knows a big amnesty will represent complete betrayal of his base. He might walk up to that edge but he will not cross it.

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      • Jederman says:

        “His dream scenario is a big amnesty in exchange for “modernizing” immigration laws.”

        That is exactly what has been in the back of my mind as this admin has avoided real action to stop the invasion.

        If he’s re-elected he to may become unconcerned (just like congress) about our wishes on this issue.

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        • Chip Doctor says:

          Jederman…..wow! You have that low opinion of our President? I see one negative comment after another. There is no single issue on which PT faces more all out resistance. Open borders is the ball game to the swamp. It might look to some that he is doing nothing, but I am sure that this IS a priority and he will succeed. What are you doing to change things? How many letters and phone calls did you make last week?

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          • Esther says:

            Chip Doctor – you’re beginning to recognize how trolls operate, They are like infectious viruses on conservative forums trying to sway opinion, dishearten Trump supporters and plant seeds of doubt. Some do it more subtly than others. You handled that one quite well. Thank you.

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            • steph_gray says:

              Thanks both of you.

              The idea that VSGPDJT, who campaigned and won on being the first Presidential candidate in decades to dare to tackle the illegal immigration issue, does not have this as a high priority is simply brain-dead.

              Sometimes I wonder whether Ann C hires a few interns in basements to troll on her behalf.

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      • SAM-TruthFreedomLiberty says:

        Low IQ take by Coulter.
        Makes no sense to deport if they can walk back easily into the Sanctuary of their choice.
        Trump aint stupid(like Coulter and her friends). He needs congress or time to actually solve this for good.

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      • Susan Bolle says:

        He has been road blocked at every turn. This is someone who has worked with politicians but wasn’t one. McConnell and Ryan refused to bring anything up for a vote when they owned Congress and the Ex Branch. They are in the back pocket of the Chamber of Commerce.

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      • Flight93Gal says:

        “…Sundance warned us a while back immigration is not a big priority for PT”…

        WTH !!!##@##!!!!

        Can someone here reading tonight at CTH suggest to me where to search to confirm this?

        This is DEVASTATING IF TRUE.

        It was the PRIMARY reason VSGPDJT was elected!

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      • Ann Coulter will say anything to sell another book.

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    • covfefe999 says:

      It’s all so obvious and simple … when you’re sitting in your comfy chair opining while Trump is doing all of the actual work. 🙂

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    • Jederman says:

      This is not a subjective issue, numbers are what they are, facts. True, congress (both sides) are indifferent to the wishes of the citizens on this issue (too), but if PT WANTED this corrected the least he could have done is assemble a team that sings off the same sheet. Two years ago. Unity of effort.

      I’ve often wondered, aside from the fact that it looks great in the legacy department, why given a rat’s rear what the economy is doing if you’re permitting an F’ing invasion that will eventually ensure there will never be another pro-America president again.

      Look, look the stock market, minority jobs, look, look how great, best economy in history look, look. Meanwhile our culture is erased, the taxpayer shells out hundreds of billions of dollars to support the illegals that told every citizen to pound sand cause he/she is elbowing up to the trough.

      We even take care of tranny illegals with special facilities, classes, and hormones. Good lord in heaven if this isn’t corrected/reversed I’m tuning everything else out.

      It doesn’t seem to be as important to PT as it is to me. I resent to hell out of it. It’s our country we should get too make the rules.

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    • Carrie2 says:

      Perot, sorry about your making statements that you can’t back up and if you don’t like Trump, fine. You call yourself a conservative and I stopped calling myself that a few yrs. even before Trump’s candidacy because all the conservative whatevers told us which candidate to support, but they didn’t tell that that candidate would not fullfill his/her oath or promises, so I knew if that what conservatives, then not me and I became an independent and voted for Trump. He has been able to do so very much more than all the presidents I knew from lying Franklin R thru Obama. In spite of the constant blocking and hastiness of the fake news, he has accomplished his promises.

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  4. desperatelyseekingmelania says:

    Sometimes I think the swamp is just too wide, too deep, too murky

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    • Perot Conservative says:

      Or Trump really doesn’t care.

      What happens to the Angel Moms and Dads?

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      • Do you really believe Trump doesn’t care?? That’s just awful!! He is doing the best that he can and always has a plan B.

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        • benifranlkin says:

          PC deserves its name….remember the “giant sucking sound going south”?

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        • Firefly says:

          Plan B: Tweet Big.

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        • Carrie2 says:

          susan, I agree. Think of all the blocking and hard knocks he has taken and yet has accomplished to much. He has a long list but some want everything done yesterday and that never works for success in the long run. The swamp congress of the 2 parties in 1 (only a few are real patriots) has worked hard and long to stop and/or block him because he has upset their applecarts of thinking they have powers while they have forgotten they are our hired/elected representatives and only have so many powers and we their employers need to stop them and that is best done by removing them and no lifetime benefits that we never authorized. We have allowed them to grow and think they can own us and our Republic. WRONG!

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      • Ivehadit says:

        NO ONE has more skin in this game than Donald Trump. NO ONE. To say he doesn’t care is ludicrous. How many lawsuits, just as a start, have any of us had to defend this year? Last year? Your wife, your children, your friends pursued as well? Lawsuits as attacks just because you dare to stop the globalists.
        With all do respect, this is hubris. Or intentional inflammation.

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        • Esther says:

          DHS CORRUPTION EXPOSED

          There is email evidence came out in 2016-2017 to show Jeh Johnson had paid HRC 500k for his post. Some call it a contribution but the proximity of that contribution to his obtaining the position looked far too much like pay to play. So, come let’s reason together. If people like Jeh Johnson, and ambassadorships were purchased for half million dollars, these people obviously considered these appointments LUCRATIVE positions. The obvious question must logically follow – HOW WERE THEY MAKING BACK THAT BRIBE (oops) PAY TO PLAY MONEY?
          1. Some funds would obviously come from their underlings who wanted positions and were willing to pay for them. But that’s chicken feed when you’re pulling out $500k to pay to get a position that’s not paying you nearly that much.
          2. Of course arranging contacts and access to the top brass and WH high-ups also would have brought in a pretty penny too. But such a big investment would be looking to make actually millions back on that money.
          3. THE CARTELS, the Ports and leases to foreign governments and entities such as China and Pakistan.
          4. Protection from interference from customs
          5. Protection from interference by border patrol.
          6. Visas, Citizenships, permanent residencies
          7. Contracts to NGOs who were making tons from bringing in refugees ( and who still are despite Trump’s orders).

          Bottom line, those families who’ve paid off whomever to buck their deportation cannot be touched no matter what POTUS orders, hence all the push back and leaks from McAleenan. Is all this analysis mere speculation? What we know is that Jeh contributed $500k to HIlary shortly after got an appointment as DHS Secretary. We also know that There’s major corruption at the border. Dems want the borders open. Its also a fact taht every head of DHS even a 4-star general risked their personal reputation to protect the status quo at DHS. Thousands are pouring over the border each day. And after WEBUILDTHEWALL ignored the blatant lies that a certain stretch of border was supposedly too steep to build on and erected a wall barrier there within one week. The met a load of resistance to stop the project though constructed on private lands. By the VERY NEXT WEEK some unknown organization with questionable power SECURED AN ORDER TO KEEP THE GATE OPEN PERMANENTLY just where the new wall stops. And though border patrol has a brand new road put in with the building of the wall, NOT A SINGLE BORDER AGENT IS PERMANENTLY STATIONED BY THE ONE PLACE AT THE END OF THE WALL where illegals and backpacked human drug mules still come in. No one is there to stop them. Whether or not this unknown organization’s claims are real and they can demand the gate must stay open overriding President Trumps’ directive to secure our borders is a completely different matter. But how come our own border agents are not there at the open gate stopping illegals from coming in and have abandoned protecting our border at that entry point?

          Those who balk at a curfew-ed national state of emergency and martial law as the only solution to halt the corruption just don’t grasp that Trump’s efforts at the border amount to pouring water into a sieve. The problem is with DHS and those who work for it.
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        • ann says:

          Amen, I’ve had it.
          , POTUS is the FIRST and ONLY president elected with a resounding mandate to reverse a generation of socioeconomic deconstruction.
          I doubt not his sincerity nor question his resolve. Our ultimate success requires we have a resolute, politically cohesive base which apprehends the magnitude, scope and level of intensity this “soft” war will entail.
          It’s unrealistic to expect this cadre of contemptuous powerholders will voluntarily cede control or be constrained by rule of law. An objective scrutiny of past actions paralleled with primary source material (Collyer, Page/Strock, Rice, Comey, Yates) indicates a conspicuous absence of honorable conduct, both individually and within the institutional cultures.
          ..
          Each round of Congress refusing immigration reform and giving aid to a veritable invasion of illegals exposes the Beltway Blob’s venal nature .
          Americans see the subversion of governance which is of by and for “we the people”.

          A general muster of the willing and doughty is indicated, not helpless handwringing. Our resolve and collective will to restore authentic governance is a force multiplier.

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      • covfefe999 says:

        Hate to break it to you but Trump is just one person and he’s not a omnipotent omnipresent God.

        Meanwhile we have a House and Senate full of twits, voted in by us. Yes, WE are at fault. Not Trump. We caused the problems.

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        • 3rdday61 says:

          Absolutely correct covfefe999. And the fact that The People have forgotten that there is indeed an omnipotent, omnipresent God to thank for all that we do have in this Nation, including President Trump..
          This too will work for the best. People should be fired up. People should also know that president Trump is doing his best, and like you say, he’s just one person. Constructive criticism is one thing, blame is another. (see mirror)
          Perhaps President Trump needs to fully realize that he’s being confronted by domestic enemies of The United States. You don’t make ‘deals’ with the enemy. They must be thoroughly defeated.
          ICE needs to start their raids on these sanctuary loving mayors for obstructing Justice. Just where do they get this new (lack of)law enforcement authority from anyway? Go home Congress(seriously) city mayors now make the laws. Ridiculous.
          While I, for one, have no problem shouldering any or all the blame for the issues facing our Nation, especially since I know that God has already provided a solution, we have no control over satan serving liars that campaign as one thing and then sell out once they get elected.

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      • You are an obvious ‘concern troll’

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  5. Cathy M. says:

    “Obama administration kicks off family deportation raids ”
    https://www.politico.com/story/2016/01/obama-family-deportation-raids-217329

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    • NC Patriot says:

      I see the negative nellies are out in full force here. PLEASE tell us all WHO you will vote for if not VSG ?

      Liked by 6 people

      • Maybe they will vote for Biden?? Oh wait his party is trying to take him out so …….

        The round ups will happen …..I have no doubt about it.🇺🇸🇺🇸

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      • lolli says:

        Of course there is NO ONE else!!!!
        That is the problem!
        This is destroying our country.
        If PT won’t do it, no one will.
        PT promised the caravans weren’t coming in. Not on his watch.

        I did not miss one rally last presidential election. I have them memorized. And I have read every article by Sundance since the escalator announcement.
        Sundance always looks at facts. Not just blind faith and Sundance warned us a while back immigration is not a big priority for PT. PT shines with his trade and economics.

        So we need to be honest. This is a huge problem. It’s ok to want to see PT succeed on immigration so he can win in 2020. The alternative is dark indeed.

        Many voted for him to put an end to this. We have been very patient while we have been invaded by a million this year.
        If we lose TX. We lose it all.
        That is the big problem.
        Please come to south Texas if you think this is fearmongering.

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        • soozword says:

          Well put, Lolli: “…Sundance always looks at facts. Not just blind faith and Sundance warned us a while back immigration is not a big priority for PT. PT shines with his trade and economics.” We all acknowledge PTrump has had two very challenging years fighting Congress, DOJ/FBI, and the courts but he has seemed to find clever ways to get his trade and economic priorities accomplished, albeit because he has more latitude in that area.

          Immigration was my #1 reason for voting for him BY FAR because I was concerned with demographic replacement three decades ago living in California. On the border he has gotten some wall building done but we have to wait and see if this Mexico deal and responses to court challenges will be effective. He did not fight for lowered legal immigration at all and actually doubled worker visas, but at least he’s coming out with supporting merit-based criteria rather than family. I would give most recent presidents a F- many times over and over on immigration, but PTrump a C-/D+ for at least trying in some areas and raising awareness. He’s made some positive actions during this term, especially lately, but what legal tactics has he NOT employed, at least yet? And I acknowledge they may have been reviewed and rejected for one reason or another (politics, legal, etc.) by his inner group.

          For instance in the “he has NOT” category (to my knowledge): mandatory nationwide E-verify which he can do without Congress, much more extensive use of the military on the border in a support role, enforce his own EO on human smuggling by prosecuting all the individuals and organizations who are funding and coordinating the invasion (a tiny bit of progress there recently but far more to go), Social Security and IRS crackdown on ID theft (tiny bit of progress again there recently but far more to go), legal challenges to states with sanctuary policies, etc. And why the heck did he wait a whole two years before threatening, let alone actually carrying-out, any serious economic pressure on Mexico, Honduras, Guatamala, and El Salvador?! Yes, he was busy, busy, busy (with his other priorities and distractions). Our fellow citizens lost their lives to illegals in the meantime.

          Will I vote for him again? Absolutely, with one caveat/red line issue for me: if he signs a mass amnesty or continues the status quo with not employing a passive deportation system (take away benefits so they self-deport), I will finally have doubts about that. We will go over the demographic cliff either faster or slower in that case so what the he!!

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          • Richard says:

            So in that instance you will what? Throw a dart and give your vote to the Dem clown car. If Trump disappoints you on one issue would you vote for Sanders, Warren?

            Keep the faith I say.

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            • soozword says:

              That’s always the predictable question it comes back to. I was referring more to my uncomfortable internal conflict about voting for PTrump again IF he does sign a mass amnesty or just continues the status quo of our present unofficial one. It’s getting more difficult as time goes on to keep the faith on immigration, but am always open to more PTrump surprises (as long as it helps someway to decrease the flow and not include amnesty).

              Immigration is NOT just one issue!!! It is hugely economic, it is about the rule of law, the Constitution, the culture, quality of life, environment, crime, disease, etc. If we want to live in a third world sh!thole, then mass immigration is the perfect medium.

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          • Linda K. says:

            Trump remains our best chance. There is no on else that I have seen, not bought out or paid for by lobbyists. And Trump is a strong man. We have a good hope with him in charge

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      • red6242 says:

        Honestly that is always the worst defense anyone can say about Trump, we should expect much more than at least he isn’t one of them. Of course no one is going to vote for someone else but this stuff can for sure destroy turnout on our side. The biggest insult anyone can say about Trump is to say who else will you vote for because he should be held to a much higher standard than that.

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    • rustybritches says:

      Obama deported NO ONE get that straight right now, He was the one who went to these countries and said that he would help them get into the USA and then he put up signs in the desert with big lights and a box that said, if you are lost use this button and it will call an agent and tell them where you are, They counted deported as some they turned back at the border however the dems wouldn’t stand for President Trump turning any of these invaders back at the border Oh heck no,, They would scream bloody murder This whole nonsense of who deported more is stupid
      The Dems and the Courts have stopped PT at every turn and. He is doing the best he can For gods sake He does care he will not sign any bill now that has amnesty attached to it.. He wants the loop holes closed and He wants the Mexican drug cartels stopped There is a country I believe its Columbia that have said they are trying to get rid of some of their drug trade just to please PT and his Admins He does not take no for an answer and there has been little or no money for the dam wall so some of the Agents are bringing their own children’s clothes and toys for these children to play with and be taken care in.. He has spent a lot of time at the border and with the border agents trying to find out what they need, We have had Two DHS Sec that have done nothing so far but the flow is down 13% this month because of what Mexico is doing to help him and
      I think that if you know more than he does then maybe this is a good time to step up and help by the way are You people who love to complain donating to the BUILD THE WALL I SURE HOPE SO .

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      • roguedo says:

        For decades almost all of the people apprehended at the border were returned to Mexico voluntarily. These voluntary returns were not counted as deportations because the alien would simple admit entry without permission and be allowed to return to Mexico. A voluntary return is not a Deportation. In the late 90s early 2000s the Border Patrol was apprehending over a million illegal aliens per year and almost all were returned voluntarily. Later during the Bush administration there was an expansion in the use of expedited removals. This is when someone was caught at entry (within 14 days of entry) is issued an expedited removal order (deportation order) by an immigration officer and removed to their country of origin. Obama expanded the use even further of Expedited Removals (a good thing) but this padded his deportation stats. So when he was claiming record deportation numbers he was actually increasing deportations at the border and decreasing them in the interior of the United States. So technically he had more deportations but actually fewer were removed from the US under Obama then Bush. It is a slight of hand. If Bush would have used Expedited Removals at the beginning of his term and at the same levels of Obama he would have been deporting over a million per year. The truth is that Immigration Officers was severely limited in who they could arrest under Obama. Under Obama tens of thousands of illegal aliens in removal proceedings had their cases administratively closed because the didn’t meet an enforcement “priority”.

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        • soozword says:

          In my communication with a CIS staffer, our interior enforcement is still pathetic today. This will continue with the Dem House because the appropriations budget needs to be dramatically increased. When the appropriations bills are negotiated is where there needs to be massive public pressure put on Piglosi with lots of support from PTrump’s big microphone.

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          • Lester Smith says:

            This just a thought POTUS trying the I’ll scratch your back if you scratch mine. But Nancy is in the fight of her life to stay in power and I am worried shes looking for a scratch but ready to knife as a return gesture.

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          • roguedo says:

            The number one issue is to stop this tidal wave of fraudulent asylum seekers at the border. It’s like if you’re on a sinking boat. The first thing you do is plug the hole then you can start bailing the water. We have never had this many immigration officers dedicated to interior enforcement. The problem is the lack of cooperation from locals, bed space and the amount of money (both tax payer and from far left organizations) that are being thrown into immigration defense. There are local public defenders offices that are getting involved in defending not just your garden variety illegal alien but hardcore criminals being released from prisons.
            CIS as an organization has not historically done a good job at investigating/vetting applications. They have a horrible track record with DACA applications, U Visa applications and are at least partially responsible for this asylum fiasco. It is CIS Asylum Officers that do the initial fear interview on these “asylum” seekers.

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            • soozword says:

              I mentioned the Center for Immigration Studies, which is an immigration think tank and not a govt agency. What organization are you referring to with CIS? Agree with you on securing the border first but interior enforcement will not only reduce current levels but also future inflows.

              The faster the deportation the better and getting that essential cooperation should be part of the plan. Many cities receive federal funds which they rely on. Why not check those contracts — bet there are clauses they must be in compliance with all federal laws to be eligible to receive those funds. So hit them in the pocketbook if they want to play games or engage in lawfare.

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      • Cathy M. says:

        Don’t put words in my mouth.
        thanks

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  6. benifranlkin says:

    VSGPT smoked them all out with his announcement last week: The Dems, Sanc City mayors, McAleenan and the leakers…and gave Homan an opportunity to speak to ICE directly. It’s all good. Pelosi will do nothing, Sanc City mayors looking down the barrel of contempt charges, McAleenan will be gone if he isn’t already, the leakers will be gone if they aren’t already, Homan will be Czar..and let the deportations begin with the Director of ICE a the helm.

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  7. ristvan says:

    Been thinking about the 2 week deportation postponement at Pelosi request. Why the request? Have developed a theory.

    She wants to keep the House and remain Speaker.

    Based on the PDJT campaign kickoff rally, she figures the only realistic shot is to deprive PDJT of his signature campaign issue, illegal alien immigration. Because she the wall IS being legally built using 8USCs284 funds she cannot stop. >284 new miles by 2020 election is the published figure.

    Plus, PDJT has already ‘won’ the Border conceptually. (a) He has Mexico itself sealing off its southern border from triangle country caravans. AMLO plus USMCA means Mexicans don’t need as much to come to US for opportunity. Remember, the majority of 2018 illegals were not Mexicans. (b) He has gotten Guatemala to agree to safe third, which means US can sent Hondurans and El Salvadorans (and everybody else seeking asylum) except Guatemalans to Guatemala, solving much of the Mexico ‘safe third’ expense otherwise.

    So, Pelosi figures, reach a deal that takes away PDJT’s signature issue, and then let Dems campaign on other stuff while PDJT has ‘nothing new’ and hope blue states can keep the House.

    Personally, I think this is just crazy Pelosi ‘thinking’. 1+ million deportations subject to final order cannot be stopped, only 2 weeks ‘deal’ delayed, because PDJT is obligated by A2s3 Take Care clause to enforce those final deportation orders. A1s9.3 prevents ex post facto laws, so there is nothing Congress can do now about what has already been adjudicated.

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    • Publius2016 says:

      Sad Clown doesn’t have the votes for SWEEPING AMNESTY! Senate wants Amnesty but House??? 45 wants security!

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    • Perot Conservative says:

      So why has he waited 26 months to enforce those statutes?

      He already offered an unexpected 300% Amnesty number that Democrats refused bc of other stipulations.

      I’m not being an “eyeore”, but Texas, Flirida flip… we’re one-oarty at the Federal level, just like California.

      8% state income tax on income over $42,000
      20% poverty rate
      Highest energy prices, double Texas
      Highest unfunded liabilities
      Crumbling infrastructure
      Public schools a disaster
      Out migration of well-heeled retirees
      Gangs plentiful
      Bakersfield, CA reportedly has over 500 street hookers

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    • frances says:

      Thank you, that fits.

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    • Chip Doctor says:

      Ristvan, as usual, thanks for your thoughtful post. Neither pie the sky or negativity is productive. Thoughtful analysis of the reasons is. You seem to always bring helpful thinking to the discourse.

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    • Flight93Gal says:

      Memo to Ristvan!

      Your theory/hypothesis on Pelosi wanting to (…”Reach a deal that takes away PDJT’s signature issue, and then let Democrats campaign on other stuff…”) is interesting but how about thinking about the impact of postponing these deportations?

      Delaying the deportation of criminals by 2 weeks does not take away PDJT signature issue–it gives Pelosi a soapbox to command. What if her spin is this?

      ” POTUS refused to deport criminal aliens whose cases have been adjudicated and used this as a bargaining chip with Democrats to further violate the law because he does not know the law and does not follow the law!”…(or some such drivel).

      I think she’s thinking about how to turn this around to her advantage to make POTUS look like he’s on defense again versus offense.

      She does not believe POTUS is smarter than her, she believes he was had on the shutdown and can be had again here. In addition, she believes she will ultimately negotiate a position that is advantageous to the Democrats thus she asks for time to turn the topic to her advantage. Also, why does POTUS meet with Pelosi and Shumer versus Pelosi and McConnel on this and any other issue?

      Finally, if Pelosi believes that POTUS is more focused on Trade and the Economy than Immigration; she will continue to use the immigration cudgel to lie about POTUS motivation and resulting action or lack of same.

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  8. albertus magnus says:

    At what point will the longtime Treepers recognize that Bannon and/or fools behind Brietbart are invading TCTH with these imbedded immigration hawks who protray themselves as PDJT supporters but who actually are part of Bannon’s social media group who do his bidding.

    Bannon was NOT a supporter of candidate Trump until AFTER Teddy Cruz was defeated. Bannon built Brietbart into a media powerhouse after Andrew died and used that forum to push Teddy bear Cruz. Once PDJT got the nomination, he brought in Kellyanne Conway and Steve Bannon to try to pull the party together AFTER Teddybear’s stunt at the GOP convention.

    Bannon was a primary leaker in the WH and always worked against PDJT’s family and most trusted advisors, Jared and Ivanka. Not only did PDJT fire his duplicitous behind BUT PUBLICLY DENOUNCED him in the press in a WH official press release.

    Bannon ended up speaking to the media and burned his bridges with most MAGA patriots. He lowered his profile and is now rearing his head to get ready to re-emerge in 2020 as some weird kind of power broker, which is exactly what he is always been after…power.

    He is a MASTER of social media and using trolls. Why do you think this site has been hijacked by those seeking donations for the Bannon-led project to build the walll with private funds?

    Hardline immigration is Bannon’s issue to divide us from PDJT and each other. He is using his embeds here to lay that groundwork.

    Watch and see.

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    • Mark McQueen says:

      Coincidentally, just yesterday I was thinking to myself that the comment section here reads more and more like Breitbart’s every day.

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    • Ivehadit says:

      A.M, we’ve known for a long time. They are just a nuisance, imho.
      NOTHING WILL STOP US FROM SUPPORTING OUR BELOVED PRESIDENT.

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    • KnowSERENoFear says:

      Troll invasion? OK. What should be done? What is a troll anyway? I get labeled a troll all the time on this site because I support the Constitution. Not sure how that makes me a troll…but so it is. IMHO – the use of “troll” on this site is same as liberals use “racist.” It’s just an arbitrary term used to shame folks who have altering opinions.

      I’m a 20 year vet. I’ve deployed at least 20 times. Missed most of my children’s birthdays…and graduations…their highs…and their lows. I want MAGA so much I can taste it. I love this country and I love the Constitution. I know that our deviation from the Constitution IS the root of all our problems. So I call out obvious deviations to the Constitutions – and I’m labeled like “troll, stupid, idiot, insane, go F myself….and so on. Very similar, in my opinion, to being spit on by countrymen after serving in Vietnam.

      So perhaps before using the troll label, people could simply pause for a minute and look to the high road. If we don’t like or agree with comments….pass them by….or comment respectfully using supporting evidence to counter and make a point. I have faith that Ad rem will take care of any nefarious commenters.

      Peace Patriots! 🙂

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      • Ivehadit says:

        Intentions are the key. Are you part of the problem or part of the solution?

        With all due respect our magnificent VSG is light years ahead of us. I would say 99.999% of us here watch and learn. This is not to say that our strong opinions should not be relayed to the president and they should but as a fact, we often do not know all the moving parts as our VSG does. We either trust him or we don’t that his desire is to MAKE AMERICA GREAT AGAIN every day. He needs our support MOST OF ALL.
        This is not Pollyanna-this is war.

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      • lolli says:

        👍 knowserenofear
        Thank you for your service 🇺🇸

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      • vicarioushikermom says:

        KnowSEREN: I feel your pain. I was labeled a “concern troll” a few years ago early on my entry into the conversations on CTH, Sundance called me out for voicing ‘concern’ about something and told me this site is of the nature of a ‘sinking ship’ in that we need all hands on deck to support (in those days) candidate Trump.That smarted! I had never heard of a ‘concern troll’ but apparently there are such creatures. But anyway, from that experience, I learned the unwritten rules of CTH. Don’t state opinions or ‘concerns’ or ask questions unpopular with the main thrust of the posts. Or you will get shot down. I had thought this a place for conversation, for hashing things out I learned very quickly that it isn’t. That said, it’s a great site. I guess some seasoned contributors have an eagle eye for spotting trolls. I don’t. I take everybody’s comments at face value. But I know where I stand. I love President Trump pray for him and trust him. keep on keeping on, KnowSEREN.

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      • albertus magnus says:

        I suggest you read it yourself. He clearly said that he would deport 2 million CRIMINAL aliens NOT all illegal aliens, in the exact same document you are asking me to read.

        He also on the campaign trail made it abundantly clear that DACA kids were a different story and he was NOT going to round up EVERY SINGLE illegal alien.

        That LIE is nothing more than Bannon spin and BS.

        And his deciding to wait 2 weeks is not him breaking a promise. If he can deal, he will deal. He is a problem solver, not a windmill-tilter.

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        • jx says:

          Number Two: End Catch-And-Release – Under my Administration, anyone who illegally crosses the border will be detained until they are removed out of our country.

          This is not happening. Illegal aliens are being distributed throughout the US.

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          • Chip Doctor says:

            Jx, if a father promises his child a new bike for his birthday in July, then in February, gets cancer, loses his job, and is barely hanging on to his house, is he a promise breaker if he has to wait six months or a year to get the bike? This guy does not need arm chair quarterbacks putting him down, he needs to be supported, helped and encouraged.

            Today is June 23rd, 2019. He has 18 months left in his first term. How about we give him at least to the end of his first of two terms before we call him a promise breaker. He also did not know the scope or power of the swamp/deep state to thwart him. He needs to be supported, helped and encouraged.

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        • jx says:

          > He also on the campaign trail made it abundantly clear that DACA kids were a different story

          Completely untrue:

          Number Five: Cancel Unconstitutional Executive Orders & Enforce All Immigration Laws – We will immediately terminate President Obama’s two illegal executive amnesties, in which he defied federal law and the constitution to give amnesty to approximately 5 million illegal immigrants. …

          To his credit he tried but the 9th Circuit interfered. In my opinion he should have ignored their ruling outside of the 9th Circuit.

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        • vicarioushikermom says:

          albertus: yes! your last paragraph nails it.

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    • George 1 says:

      Well I am an immigration hawk. But I have no connection to Bannon or Brietbart. I have no special knowledge of Bannon’s quirks or character. However I would have to agree that Jared and Ivanka should be allowed to go somewhere else to play. They appear to be typical NY liberals to me.

      Also, while the President has been subject to betrayal the likes of which we have never seen in this country, I would have to agree he is not doing everything he can with regard to the immigration situation. For instance he could use the U.S. treasury laws to dry up the remittances to foreign countries by illegal and in some cases legal resident aliens. He could also require 100 percent use of E-verify in America. He could do this through Labor Department regulations. There are other things he could do as well.

      So while I support Trump, the people who say is isn’t doing everything he can regarding the issue are correct. The news flash is, of course, is that no president past or future will do anything about it either. We are destined at this point to become a third world country with nukes and then eventual collapse, in all probability.

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      • George 1 says:

        Oh and regarding the nukes thing: We may not have as many operational nukes as we think we do. Two recent efforts to manufacture the isotopes necessary to maintain the weapons or replace the necessary nuclear material failed.

        So we can’t reliably do many things we routinely did in the 40s and 50s. The point is the empire will face an increasingly difficult task in maintaining it’s infrastructure. This probably correlates to the IQ levels in the country dropping since the 60s. Maybe we should import some more people with H-visa’s.

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  9. Lester Smith says:

    Who pressured Trump to hold off for two weeks on this weekends deportations. What the hell two weeks for dems and rino’s to put measures in place to screw America and have Trumps base leave him. This is a move that Trump advisers must have worked out with Nasty Nancy. Dumb move President Trump. Take a snakes advice and pay the price.

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  10. Vito Romano says:

    Death Kneel – 1965 Immigration and Nationality Act

    Diversity + Proximity = WAR
    Source: Human History

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    • covfefe999 says:

      We should probably look at it in terms of percentages. I don’t feel like doing the math right now. It’s not proper to show a linear graph. The entire population has increased and some percentage of it comes from immigration. Is that percentage any higher now than it was during prior eras?

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      • covfefe999 says:

        I also want to disclose that I have immigrant ancestors. Like so many others. The most recent arrivals were my mother’s parents. I’m not immigration averse.

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        • Vito Romano says:

          covfefe999,
          1960 – European 75 %
          2013 – European > 10 %
          The 2013 Europeans include Bosnian Muslims et al.

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        • cheering4america says:

          My dad is first generation and my brother married a Legal immigrant from Eastern Europe and I AM becoming immigration averse. I think we need to stop it all for awhile for assimilation purposes.

          Not to mention that today’s immigrants are mostly from sh@thole countries, and they are very expensive. Enough already.

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        • soozword says:

          I fully support an immigration moratorium for at least 10 years. Government policies are supposed to serve the citizens and their children (and their children’s children). Living in a country with the population density of China is not considered a good quality of life by most Americans. Yet California reached that density a few years ago and see what it has gotten them. So the less we wax poetic about our ancestors and think seriously about what our future culture and environment will be like if we continue these mass immigration policies, the sooner we can stop this immigration madness. Our country has done it successfully in the past and it’s well overdue to heed their examples.

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        • Nancy Steger says:

          Go back far enough and everybody has immigrant ancestors. People have been roaming the planet for millennia and fighting over scraps of earth. We
          Americans live here now. One way or another, we “bought” and paid for it. We like it the way it is, and we don’t need to apologize to anyone for consolidating our hold on it and defending our sovereignty. The litany of “we’re a nation of immigrants” is a tiresome, simplistic slogan etched into our consciousness by Leftist propagandists. Really sick of Leftist/globalist making a weapon out of shaming us for defending ourselves and who we are. Gramscian deconstruction is an all too successful, powerful weapon.

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  11. JohnCarlson says:

    Homan and Kevin McAleenan ?
    A patriot and traitor.
    A hero and a zero.

    It should be an easy choice.

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  12. GSparrow says:

    That is a remarkable interview with Tom Homan. I’m not a spring chicken and like many others I’ve seen Justice systems be inexplicably lenient on some offenders when it seemed to me it was not wise or just and the family of the dead were left not only to grieve for a lost loved one but to suffer from lost justice and the Justice system’s absurdities. I’ve also seen instances where some jurisdictions imposed harsh sentences on a first time non violent offender.

    But, I can’t recall a time when an experienced and dedicated American like Mr. Holman would ever be criticized and condemned by elected officials for presenting a rational and factual argument about respecting and honoring the law in the face of massive lawbreaking AND how thousands of these queue jumping lawbreakers are arrogantly ignoring court orders to leave the country. It’s mind boggling how much politics (in this case far left Democrat) can warp, twist and delude the human mind.

    President Trump’s next decisions on this issue are crucial. (Hire Tom and remove those flouting and mocking the law of the USA.)

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  13. Vito Romano says:

    Cultural Marxism has brainwashed > 40 percent of whites to vote against their self-preservation.

    Population projections indicate that the U.S. population will become “majority minority” in 2044. At that time, whites will make up 49.7 percent of the population.
    Note: The U.S. Hajji population is factored into the 49.7 %

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    • covfefe999 says:

      We whites aren’t breeding at a high rate. I’m not going to pump out some kids just to try to keep a greater white majority.

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      • Vito Romano says:

        covfefe999,
        ” I’m not going to pump out some kids”

        The men in your life can “breathe a sigh of relief” 🙂

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        • covfefe999 says:

          You insult me to avoid engaging in a rational discussion.

          I think, I could be wrong, that white women probably lead the pack in not wanting to be limited to baby-making. Education and career are important, large numbers of kids make that difficult. As a result we’re producing fewer kids than other demographic groups.

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      • GB Bari says:

        It’s true and quite unfortunate that whites aren’t reproducing at maintenance levels at the minimum. It’s not the “race” that counts so much as western Christian culture that is being decimated into ultimate obscurity.

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    • SharonKinDC says:

      Hispanic isn’t a race. Hispanics can be any race. So the pie chart is flawed from the start.

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      • Vito Romano says:

        SharonKinDC,
        Yes, you are technically correct regarding Hispanics.

        The problem with Cultural Marxism is how the population self-identifies as reflected in the chart…college admissions etc…

        All of the demographic groups inherently will be fighting for their piece of the pie as White Christians lose power.

        Diversity + Proximity = WAR
        Source: Human History

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  14. Ann Phillips says:

    I’m really thankful and appreciate people who stood strong and wrote honest comments. I wrote the same kinds of things on Trump’s Facebook page (DT Public Figure, I believe, the one with the most followers, and I hope everyone will do the same to let him know everyone’s feelings. People are not doing him a favor to “suck up rather than tell the truth.” I compliment and criticize, real things he needs to hear, and this Border Problem is very very Important to all Americans-the problems I have seen first hand for many years and have expressed to Politicians and others. I also told him about Homan’s comments that he had said about McAleenan and that McAleenan needed to go ASAP. After his comments, I like Homan-Trump needs more(all) people like him for the border and otherwise.

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  15. Joe says:

    Read and repeat as necessary:

    Personnel is policy.

    All you ever need to know regarding immigration enforcement.

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  16. visage13 says:

    I like this guys attitude, he is a bad a** Pres Trump needs more like him who has his back!

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  17. simicharmed says:

    This “inter-agency-fighting” is ONE topic…fine….tell the American People HOW MUCH WELFARE PAYMENTS these “poor people” are fleecing from the USA!

    I would assume there are hundreds of Millions of US dollars paying these “poor Foreigners from anywhere on the planet”!

    I’m sure there is a sizable percentage that are NOT EVEN LIVING IN THE USA, who are receiving US WELFARE PAYMENTS!

    Remember Ben Carson during the 2016 debates…”Eliminate the Goodies” for these folks? He was absolutely correct!

    All of the “Goodies” (welfare), is what magnetizes these people here! This “finding work” slogan is disingenuous! WELFARE that YOU (US Citizens), pay for is driving every one of these “migrants” into the USA….

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    • nimrodman says:

      At least $600,000 per illegal alien over their lifetime cost to productive taxpayers. See my comment upthread.

      That’s an estimate from 6 years ago and I don’t think it took into account all the possible benefits programs, increased costs to schools, policing, etc

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      • Lester Smith says:

        So looks like deportation plans were leeked. Tom is right deep leaks putting agents in possible harms way. It looks more and more that this is going to turn l real bad. The leakers don’t care who gets harmed. The people that get hurt or worse are just collateral damage. I was wrong to criticize Trump. I’m not a jerk my grandmother on both sides came from Europe. America is the great melting pot, and very generous. Like anything there comes a point when the pot is no longer simmering in the strength, freedom and individual independence but becomes the swill of weakness, burdens and codependency. Our ansesters came to better their lives many of todays arrivals are little more than political slaves. One party gains and sustains their power by not giving but rather by taking ownership enslaving votes. This has to stop a country of political slaves is not a country but rather a far reaching plantation of misery. .

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      • simicharmed says:

        At EVERY rate….Illegal Aliens are destroying this Nation! Other than the Slave-Trading Democrat mentality….I wonder how in the hell the USA ever reached this point! Tells any rational person that this “Democrat-Republican” scheme is a scam!

        Had WE had TWO parties…this Illegal Alien scam would not be…

        Pelosi and her Democrats screaming “nobody is above the law”, yet 20+ million of their Illegal Aliens are ABOVE THE LAW….

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      • George 1 says:

        But it is a small price to pay for all of the diversity enrichment. It is our strength you know.

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    • Perot Conservative says:

      Millions?

      Try tens or hundreds of Billions. Per year.

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      • simicharmed says:

        Could be. Does it really matter at this point?

        The US Taxpayer is being robbed every time they receive a paycheck. Every Citizen should be claiming the MAXIMUM deduction on their W2!

        There is no reason to be “loaning” the US Government money each pay period in a bizarre “effort” to get a “tax return”….rather foolish.

        Every worker should be maximizing their W2 deductions to the point they PAY a few dollars to the IRS at year end. It’s not illegal….you can claim any amount you desire.

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  18. nimrodman says:

    Mark Morgan, Acting Ice Director, is on Judge Jeannine and says one reason the ICE roundup was postponed is that “operational details were leaked to the press that might have endangered ICE officers”

    Liked by 6 people

    • nimrodman says:

      … from the rest of the interview, he comes across as a good hard-liner

      … reinforcing the impression that the traitorous leaking and double-dealing is coming from DHS

      Liked by 5 people

      • Blister Bill says:

        Except for his talking points of needing congress to change the asylum laws. All of the corrupt apparatchiks seem to be parroting this same lie.
        PDJT has total authority under the Constitution…so, why do I keep hearing my government lie to me? I’M SICK OF IT

        It’s time for the deplorables to defend the border because, obviously, ‘our’ govt is too corrupt to do so

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    • Maquis says:

      GRRRRR!!! 😡

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    • Invisigoth says:

      In other words, they told the cartels where and when ICE would be moving to remove dangerous criminals. So much for protecting sources and methods! I don’t ever want to hear that excuse from the IC again. I don’t care if we have to burn down the government to remove the traitors in our midst. The lawlessness has gone on too long, and this is anarchy. We have a useless Congress, an out of control Judiciary and an impotent President.

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  19. Perot Conservative says:

    Nancy, you want a pass?

    When will you pass USMCA?

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  20. simicharmed says:

    FOLKS!…FRIENDS….Lets forget these political squabbles and DEMAND what these Foreign Invaders are COSTING the CITIZENS of the United States!!!!!!!

    These invaders are “promised” GOLD for LITERALLY stepping into the USA! IMMEDIATE Welfare! Pumping out a unit (Child), promises them everything and more! A LITERAL ANCHOR to US Welfare payments for 18+ YEARS!

    Our US Congress is actually the Enemy of the People! These congressional-creatures CREATED this problem YOU and your children…and their children are obligated to pay! A continual taxpayer-funded scheme to pay for a Democrat-purchased voting-block! Democrats CANNOT win elections with American Citizenry….they are IMPORTING YOUR replacements….Illegal Aliens VOTE! In al 50 states they ARE voting.

    Look at your ballot the next time you vote….I absentee vote…..the envelope is the only place you actually sign….the ballot has NO identifiers of a person….ZERO.

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  21. California Joe says:

    Why does President Trump keep hiring these saboteurs????? Didn’t Steven Miller warn him about this guy?

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  22. Troublemaker10 says:

    Who in the Trump Administration has slow walked deportations for the past two years?

    ——

    Trump isn’t matching Obama deportation numbers
    https://www.axios.com/immigration-ice-deportation-trump-obama-a72a0a44-540d-46bc-a671-cd65cf72f4b1.html?fbclid=IwAR3nA8-rCvQc7tF9iNpdX3PsmalnBWsXB0IIx1tI3Bvv_R6HzjY0curlEbQ

    Excerpt:

    Immigration and Customs Enforcement has deported more immigrants this fiscal year than any full fiscal year of Donald Trump’s presidency, but it has yet to reach Barack Obama’s early deportation levels, according to new internal Department of Homeland Security figures obtained by Axios.

    Why it matters: With four months left in the fiscal year, it puts Trump’s deportations in perspective and shows the reality behind the anti-immigrant pledges that have come to define his presidency.

    By the numbers: Under the Obama administration, total ICE deportations were above 385,000 each year in fiscal years 2009-2011, and hit a high of 409,849 in fiscal 2012. The numbers dropped to below 250,000 in fiscal years 2015 and 2016.

    Under Trump, ICE deportations fell to 226,119 in fiscal 2017, then ticked up to over 250,000 in fiscal 2018 and hit a Trump administration high of 282,242 this fiscal year (as of June).
    ICE and DHS didn’t respond to a request for comment.

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  23. Perot Conservative says:

    Like

    • Perot Conservative says:

      Like

      • Nancy Steger says:

        There is something horrifying about people who hate us as a people, a culture and as a nation being a part of our government and making laws by which we must live. Our political/legal system has been devastated.

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    • jx says:

      Kushner, Durbin, Grahmnesty… nothing good there.

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      • Blister Bill says:

        No..nothing good at all. Man, this a freaking nightmare and tragedy. Do these morons know that Florida and Texas are on the verge of turning blue?
        IOW’s permanent democrat control. No more pretending that we’re a constitutional republic. Constitution gone-America dead. A thousand years of darkness

        2 years ago was too late to start doing something about illegals.

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      • BitterC says:

        Graham is up for re-election and knows he must be seen as in the Trump camp until Nov 2020 so he may surprise?

        Liked by 1 person

    • stats_guy says:

      The left/open borders crowd have won every round so far. I’m sure people like McAleenan are simply looking out for their own career. If you cross the open borders Juggernaut the ruling class will make sure you have a tough time finding a job.

      The left is now going to use its victories to write some laws with Durbin and Lindsey. Now we know that they’re aiming for full amnesty of everyone.

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    • Invisigoth says:

      To the choir of the “Leave Ivanka Alone!”

      THIS is why we wanted the Kushners as far away from Washington as possible. None of us voted for Trump’s spoiled kids or their liberal policies.

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  24. Donzo says:

    The leaks of the ICE raid dates and cities could work to Trump’s favor if the raids are retargeted elsewhere.

    Liked by 1 person

  25. Bill says:

    I like how so many naysayers on this site want Trump to just magically wave his pen and phone to make all the illegals disappear. (The exact thing we lament Hussein and the left for). He has to follow the laws. Unlike the Dims, conservatives have to work within the law. Trump knows this and is using this to his advantage. Think about it. A few months back you had the left from top to bottom calling the border a manufactured crisis. They wouldn’t acknowledge the severity. WhAt did VSGPOTUS do? He stepped back, let the illegals poor in and them flood in so big that it’s smacking the American public right in the face. So much so that the media and the rest of the left are now openly agreeing there is a crisis. Think about that for a second. And now that the left has been forced to acknowledge it, that opens up an array of options for VSGPDJT. Now that it’s been acknowledge by the left as a crisis, Trump can go about solving the crisis and enforcing deportations. You know why? Because now that the left has acknowledged it, the only backlash he can face is simply the left not liking the way he’s decided to fix the crisis. Now all the left can say is, “I would have done things differently”. They have lost the “TRUMP IS HITLER LOOK WHAT HES DOING TO THESE INNOCENT IMMIGRANTS” card. Now when he deports them all he can do so without the backlash that would have come before hand. The way he has played this was ugly, yet beautiful. He opened up the playbook for himself by ten fold by letting the illegals flow in.

    Trump is a genius. If you don’t get that by now, I don’t think you will ever get it.

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  26. California Joe says:

    Somebody should remind President Trump that it doesn’t matter how high the DowJones and S & P Index goes if this horde of illegal immigrants turns the United States into an Hispanic sh*thole! I want them gone!!!

    Liked by 1 person

  27. keeler says:

    https://www.washingtonexaminer.com/news/officials-accuse-dhs-chief-kevin-mcaleenan-of-leaking-ice-raids-plan-to-sabotage-operation

    “This week’s big leak about a major Immigration and Customs Enforcement operation was orchestrated by acting Homeland Security Secretary Kevin McAleenan in an effort to sabotage the raids before they were scheduled to take place, according to three current and two former senior administration officials.

    In a move he said was to placate Democrats, President Trump announced on Saturday that the nationwide immigration enforcement operation planned to start Sunday — aimed at migrant families who illegally remain in the country despite being denied asylum — was called off to give lawmakers two weeks to work on a plan to fix legal “loopholes” he said have enticed migrants to come to the U.S.

    However, all five officials who spoke with the Washington Examiner confirmed McAleenan’s decision to go rogue and stymie the operation was what prompted the White House to call off the 10-city operation.”

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    • jx says:

      Why delay deportation of illegal aliens?

      Giving Congress two weeks to work on a plan to fix legal “loopholes”? Are you kidding? Not only have they had years, it has no bearing on deporting illegal aliens who have been denied asylum – unless the goal is to give them asylum.

      If McAleenan is a problem then fire him immediately and proceed with the scheduled operation.

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  28. cheering4america says:

    There are not words sufficient to describe how much I resent people to whom the US has given refuge getting themselves elected to Congress, dumb though they be, and working hard to destroy our sovereignty. Not only is it stupendously ungrateful, it is also a dereliction of the public oath.

    Clearly we have been overly generous with our asylum laws.

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  29. Liberty ONE says:

    Our presidents first move on Mon. should be …”Mr. McAleenan…YOUR FIRED”….. “Mr. Homan your HIRED”

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  30. desperatelyseekingmelania says:

    It’s time to call it what it is. Trump was not just inadequately prepared to put together a cabinet, he was catastrophically unprepared to. Lends credence to those who said he never expected to win and was just running for his “brand.” His cabinet has been little but one swamp creature after another who has to be fired, and 2 and half years in that hasn’t changed. He even fired one swamp creature in Nielsen to replace her with another in McAleenan. For the department in charge of his signature issue no less. Meanwhile, Bannon was shown the door.

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    • BitterC says:

      It’s really a shame Sessions wasn’t willing to take DHS

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      • Everett Miller says:

        OMG. I have suffered through this entire thread to read this? Your sarcasm isn’t showing sufficiently–if you really mean to say anything positive about Jeff Sessions I am hereby advising you to seek professional help as soon as possible.
        Jeff Sessions is a Traitor. Jeff Sessions is a Criminal–he knew of multiple felonies by high level criminals and shielded them from prosecution: please read the law:
        18 U.S. Code § 4 – Misprision of felony
        -Whoever, having knowledge of the actual commission of a felony cognizable by a court of the United States, conceals and does not as soon as possible make known the same to some judge or other person in civil or military authority under the United States, shall be fined under this title or imprisoned not more than three years, or both.

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    • Boxerpaws says:

      He had to put together a cabinet based on a very small pool of people to choose from. It’s not that he wasn’t adequately prepared-who on earth could he pick for his cabinet? He only ran for his brand? Now you know that’s bullshit. TOTAL bullshit. Who sent you here to demoralize the Trump supporters? He knocked himself silly to win.If he never expected to win he wouldn’t have put the effort into winning that he did. And that is obvious. Your little screed here is very obvious too. Nielsen wasn’t a swamp creature per se. Nielsen was simply too weak. Now McAleenan is another story. He leaked-he’s gone. On the other hand he’s ended up making some fantastic cabinet choices,even if some of the choices were after trial and error. Bannon-leaker. Out the door with good reason.

      Liked by 2 people

    • Perot Conservative says:

      He is surrounded by RINOs, shills, whacky Democrats … he is the Outsider.

      His trade and economic teams are outstanding.

      Wash Examiner says 3 or 4 individuals confirm most likely Leaker. Claim is that tip off puts ICE officers in danger.

      If he leaked, fire and prosecute his @ss. Now!

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  31. Perot Conservative says:

    WE PAID FOR THE WRITER OF THE LEAK STORY – TO FLY ON A GOV’T PLANE TO THE BORDER ON WEDNESDAY W THE DIRECTOR!!!

    Officials accuse DHS chief Kevin McAleenan of leaking ICE raids plan to sabotage operation

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  32. John-Y128 says:

    No wonder Mr. Homan resisted Trump’s ‘Border Czar’ position, under McAleenan.
    Sadly the pool of America First Patriots for Trump to select from is so small and maintaining their cover in the deep-State, and nothing conservative media has done, has made them break and run for cover, we need a publically published deep-state political blacklist.

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  33. Michael Osmon says:

    Prosecute that sob.

    Liked by 1 person

  34. Boxerpaws says:

    Don’t get me wrong. i was terribly disappointed when i read the words of the Trump tweet-work with the Dems.The second you read that it can’t be good. On the plus side it’s only 2 weeks. We’ll see what happens.
    We forget,self included,that our duly elected President did not come from DC or the political class. He came from the business world;real estate to be exact. Yes,he rubbed shoulders with politicians from time to time and made donations to Republican and Democrat candidates alike. This doesn’t mean he had political connections in the manner you think of real political connections. He never served in office.Most candidates have held some office and it’s usually Congress or a state Governor and when they’re elected Pres they have the benefit of having known the people in Congress and various circles. Trump didn’t have that benefit. Plus he’s got to get some type of relationship going with the leaders in Congress to get things done-who did he have there? Paul Ryan. Then he has to look around for Cabinet members. Who do you get that isn’t swamp? Sessions was a special case. He was one of the very few people from Congress to publicly endorse then candidate Trump. He may have been the only one from Congress at the time. He may have even helped Trump carry Alabama.For those reasons I think Trump felt obligated to give him the position of his choice. Sessions was probably a good man but he couldn’t have been given a less suitable position.Who knew? I didn’t. Bet most of us didn’t. Sure Trump didn’t. He came with a lot of good recommendations from the people that knew him best. Unfortunately Sessions was in over his head from the get;then throw in the Russian accusation and Mueller investigation. Sessions just didn’t have the spine for the job let alone the acumen. Barr looks like a boss over there. Sessions didn’t come close.He was definitely a let down. I also think anyone who says Trump did this all for ‘his brand’ is just dead wrong or a Never Trumper. All Trump had to do was slack off in his campaign. He worked his butt off to win right till the end.Remember his late night trip to the Wisconsin rally?He always said he would run if things got bad enough. There’s the video of him saying that,so to say he ran for his brand is b.s. Besides there would be know way to know how his running for President would affect his brand. It could have done more harm than good.

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  35. Boxerpaws says:

    in short,Trump’s not being strongly connected to the political class(much of which is swamp) was a plus.it’s one of the reasons we elected him. It was also a negative in that it makes the list of people for your cabinet a little short.He picked as many from the business world as he could. We KNOW exactly why he gave Elaine Chao a spot.She may be qualified for the position but i doubt that’s the main reason she was hired.

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  36. Lo says:

    Trump can accomplish things when he wants to, but appears hesitant to solve border issue. How long before we conclude we’re being played for fools?

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  37. Boxerpaws says:

    “Trump can accomplish things when he wants to” Really? How many times did he end up having to issue an executive order rather than go through Congress? And even then how many times did an EO end up in court? The travel ban is a great example. Look how long that dithered around. Repeal of Obamacare? Didn’t happen. Fortunately when it came to the tax cuts the Republicans actually got behind him. It was one of the few times. After that the Omnibus Bill came up. The ONLY reason Trump signed that one and let it pass was because Paul Ryan ASSURED him if he did that he’d get his border wall after. How’d that go? He’s getting judges on the court but that’s ONLY because McConnell is making sure he gets them on the court. Any other time McConnell throws a wrench in Trump’s agenda.
    What’s happened to the USMC trade deal? Is that going anywhere?
    Let’s not forget for the past 2 1/2 almost 3 yrs the Russia Hoax has been hanging over his administration and now for the next year it will be impeachment
    I doubt it’s hesitancy. In fact I HIGHLY doubt that’s what is holding Trump back on the border issue. He’s doing what he can. The threat of tariffs on Mexico seems to have done the trick but look at the heat he took for that one,especially from his own party
    Sorry but i believe you are dead wrong. Could things be moving along better? Only a fool would say they’re going along swimmingly. What is going to matter most is the end result,not how long it took to get there. If we want things to go better-and we do- we better elect some good ppl in 2020. Folks that will back up our Pres.

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  38. Summer says:

    If we need DHS, one of the largest departments with its 240,000 employees, can we at least hire people who would do their job instead of resisting lawful orders and obstructing justice?

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