When Ted Kennedy Asked the USSR to Help Fix the 1984 Election Nobody Called It Treason

When Ted Kennedy Asked the USSR to Help Fix the 1984 Election Nobody Called It Treason

The Left-Democrat Axis has immersed America anew in fretful worry about Russia, with the non-story that Donald Trump Jr. met with a Russian lawyer who claimed to have incriminating info on Hillary Clinton. Who knows—it might have been info on Uranium One. Turned out she only wanted to talk about adoption of Russian children. But people like Tim Kaine, Hillary’s running mate, call it treason. He’s just a bit confused. The definition of treason is: 18 US Code § 2381: Whoever, owing allegiance to the United States, levies war against them or adheres to their enemies, giving them aid and comfort within the United States or elsewhere, is guilty of treason. Oddly enough, Mr. Kaine appears to have given aid and comfort to the Muslim Brotherhood, which has stated in writing it intends to destroy America from within: Hillary’s running mate enjoyed the support of the Muslim American Society in his 2005 race for Governor of Virginia, according to DiscoverTheNetworks.org. The MAS describes itself as “a dynamic charitable, religious, social, cultural, and educational, organization.”  But DTN also says the MAS is affiliated with the Muslim Brotherhood. In 2007, Kaine appointed MAS president, Esam Omeish to the state’s Immigration Commission. He had been president of the National Muslim Students Association, which DTN identifies as the “first Muslim Brotherhood affiliate to gain a foothold in America.” It appears on the Brotherhood’s list of its 29 “organizations of our friends,” contained in its Explanatory Memorandum, which also states its purpose of “destroying the Western civilization from within.” In September 2011, Kaine spoke at an affair honoring Muslim Brotherhood leader Jamal Barzinji, with a Lifetime Achievement...
Trump Can Restore the Monroe Doctrine and Save Thousands of Lives

Trump Can Restore the Monroe Doctrine and Save Thousands of Lives

In 2013, then-secretary of state Kerry said: “The era of the Monroe Doctrine is over … That’s worth applauding. That’s not a bad thing.” Why is it not a bad thing? Perhaps Kerry feels that way because the Obama administration had consistently handed the advantage to America’s enemies. A good example is Obama’s doing nothing about Iran’s alleged building of a missile site in Venezuela, reported in 2011. (See below.) Abrogating the Monroe Doctrine clearly endorses building such a site, or anything else Iran chooses to do in the Western Hemisphere. The sanctions held the project back, while Kerry was working on the Iran deal; now that it’s finished, it allows Iran to work with ballistic missiles, so this site and others can now be completed. Meanwhile, Venezuelans face starvation and sickness following the total economic collapse of the country’s Socialist system. Government-control of businesses and its complete failure to provide food and medical supplies to the people “has led to Venezuelans killing flamingos, anteaters, and even zoo animals for food in a desperate search for protein,” said Forbes, adding that “Food shortages have resulted in the average daily caloric intake dropping to well below 2,000 calories per day.” Inmates at Auschwitz were given about 1400 calories a day worth of food. Forbes also reports: “The healthcare system has collapsed, with patients dying of simple ailments through lack of facilities, medicines, and basic equipment…” This instability is a danger to neighboring nations as well. It’s difficult to see how we can simply observe this catastrophe unfold, as Obama did because he refused to interfere with a Socialist country. An affront...
Obama Admin Infiltrators Sabotaging the Trump Doctrine

Obama Admin Infiltrators Sabotaging the Trump Doctrine

With foreign correspondent, Cheri Nocita Berens. In his inaugural speech, Donald Trump promised to “unite the civilized world against radical Islamic terrorism, which we will eradicate from the face of the Earth.” This promise is in jeopardy because of Obama holdovers and new appointments who are working to block the president’s core doctrines. This will disappoint his supporters both here and abroad. Egypt, which has been at war with the Muslim Brotherhood for years, took Trump’s victory as a harbinger of joint action against the MB. The day after Donald Trump’s election, his Middle East advisor, Walid Phares told the Egyptian news site, Youm7: “Trump considers the Muslim Brotherhood a dangerous group that fuels the Jihadist ideology.” That same day, Egypt’s Al-Ahram reported that “Egypt MPs said the election of Donald Trump ‎… means hard times ahead for the Muslim Brotherhood and good ‎news for the country’s President Sisi.” The article recalled that on September 19th, “Phares told ‎Egyptian MPs … visiting America … that Trump considers the Muslim ‎Brotherhood a radical movement…. ‘There is ‎no problem at all with Trump’s administration, in that the Muslim Brotherhood would be designated ‎a [foreign] terrorist organization (FTO),’ said Phares.‎” Margaret Azer, a Coptic MP told Al-Ahram: “Trump’s victory represents a ‎radical departure from the Obama-Clinton clan ‎who supported the Muslim Brotherhood and other ‎political Islam movements,” said Azer, adding ‎that “in fact Hillary Clinton was the candidate ‎of the Muslim Brotherhood—rather than the ‎Democratic party—in the US presidential ‎election.” During his January 11th confirmation hearing, Secretary of State Rex Tillerson included the Brotherhood with al-Qaeda as “agents of radical Islam.” It seemed...
OTTO WARMBIER DEAD: American Student, Who was Released From North Korea has Died, his Family Says

OTTO WARMBIER DEAD: American Student, Who was Released From North Korea has Died, his Family Says

by Fox News Otto Warmbier dead; former US prisoner of North Korea was 22 Otto Warmbier, the 22 year old college student detained and imprisoned in North Korea before being returned to the U.S. earlier this month has died, his family said in a statement on Monday.  (AP Photo/Kim Kwang Hyon) Otto Warmbier, the American student who was detained and held in North Korea before being returned back to the U.S. earlier this month, has died, according to his family. He was 22 years old. News of Warmbier’s death follows reports from doctors that he had suffered extensive brain damage and was unresponsive to his surroundings. Officials from the University of Cincinnati Medical Center, which treated the student upon his return, labeled his condition as a “state of unresponsive wakefulness.” Related: st-louis-judge-halts-removal-of-confederate-monument Related: travel-ban-challengers-urge-us-top-court-to-reject-trump-appeal AP Photo/Jon Chol Jin, File  (Copyright 2017 The Associated Press. All rights reserved.) While there was no physical evidence he was beaten, doctors said that Warmbier had suffered “extensive loss of brain tissue,” suggesting he had lost blood supply to his brain for a period of time. The North Koreans told U.S. officials that Warmbier had suffered from botulism and then slipped into a coma after taking a sleeping pill but Cincinnati doctors said that their examination showed no evidence of botulism, the strong neurotoxin produced by a bacterium. OTTO WARMBIER HAS EXTENSIVE BRAIN DAMAGE, DOCTOR SAYS “It is our sad duty to report that our son, Otto Warmbier, has completed his journey home,” Fred and Cindy Warmbier wrote in a statement. “Surrounded by his loving family, Otto died today at 2:20 pm. Otto Warmbier, a...
PYONGYANG TORTURE? Warmbier’s injuries renew focus on infamous camps

PYONGYANG TORTURE? Warmbier’s injuries renew focus on infamous camps

by Fox News Otto Warmbier’s injuries renew focus on North Korea’s infamous torture camps Otto Frederick Warmbier (C), a University of Virginia student who was detained in North Korea, is taken to North Korea’s top court in Pyongyang, North Korea, in this photo released by Kyodo March 16, 2016.  (REUTERS/Kyodo ) The case of American student Otto Warmbier, who sustained serious injuries while he was detained in North Korea, is renewing the focus on the horrors that prisoners face in North Korea’s infamous torture camps. Officials at the University of Cincinnati Medical Center, where Warmbier is being treated, said that while there is no physical evidence he was beaten, his “extensive loss of brain tissue” suggests he likely lost blood supply to his brain for a period of time. OTTO WARMBIER, FREED BY NORTH KOREA IN A COMA, TO ARRIVE IN HOMETOWN CINCINNATI FOR URGENT MEDICAL CARE Related: breaking-news–mistrial-declared-in-bill-cosby-sexual-assault-case-after-jury-in-deadlock How that happened is up for debate, but after a seemingly healthy 22-year-old college student winds up with severe brain damage shortly after being sentenced to 15 years of labor, some experts are inclined to remind people about the kinds of brutality that regularly occur in North Korea’s infamous camps. Related: trumps-cuba-directive-explained Otto Warmbier, a 22-year-old college student detained and imprisoned in North Korea, is carried off of an airplane at Lunken Airport in Cincinnati on Tuesday, June 13, 2017.  (Sam Greene/The Cincinnati Enquirer via AP) Graphic video footage of what are reportedly interrogations at North Korean camps reveal that prisoners are bound at the hands as they are subjected to whatever cruelties the guards feel like inflicting. And, according to some...
Trump’s Cuba Directive Explained

Trump’s Cuba Directive Explained

by USA Today World News Trump’s Cuba directive explained Melanie Eversley New presidential directives aim to bring in tougher policies toward Cuba. What will the new directives mean? President Trump unveiled the directives Friday at a speech in Miami. The Treasury and Commerce departments have 30 days to come up with a concrete plan. President Donald Trump declared Friday he was restoring some travel and economic restrictions on Cuba that were lifted as part of the Obama administration’s historic easing. (June 16) AP Possible changes: — Tighter enforcement of rules requiring Americans to produce proof of valid travel to Cuba (such as receipts) under allowed categories. Related: pyongyang-torture—warmbiers-injuries-renew-focus-on-infamous-camps — A reverting back to old policy of visits only being permitted with groups licensed by the Treasury Department. — Americans who travel under permitted categories, such as education, will be subject to an audit by the Treasury Department. — Commerce will be restricted with the business and commerce wing of Cuba’s military. — Will make it difficult for U.S. companies to expand their business in Cuba. Related: breaking-news–mistrial-declared-in-bill-cosby-sexual-assault-case-after-jury-in-deadlock Areas that will likely not be affected: — Unlimited family travel and money sent to individuals in Cuba. — Airbnb (lodging hosted by Cuban residents). — Ability for Americans to bring back unlimited amounts of Cuban-made products, such as cigars, for personal use. — Embassies in Washington and Havana will remain open. Not clear — What would happen to companies that have already created or enlarged their presence in Cuba, such as Starwoods Hotels and...