US Defense Watch
As ISIS animals murder a priest in an ancient Normandy church, the Democrats preach love to our enemies across the world.
As a Syrian scumbag detonates a suicide bomb at a music festival in Ansbach, Bavaria, the Democrats speak in 1960’s platitudes about peace.
As a Muslim monster and guest of Mrs. Merkel hacks a pregnant woman to death on the streets of Germany, the Democrats hold a sit in and demand more free stuff from the government.
While the so called “religion of peace” creates mayhem across the West, the Democrats want to teach the world to sing in perfect harmony.
The flags are flying high this week in Philly. That is, the Palestinian flag, the flag of the former Soviet Union and Mexican flags. The US flag was AWOL until an Internet firestorm brought those patriotic Democrats to go buy a Stars and Stripes and place it on stage.
The world is snowballing into tyranny, anarchy, rape, murder and destruction on the Democratic Party’s watch.
The world is cascading into oblivion and the Democratic Party nominee is a woman whose policies helped create ISIS, whose policies created chaos in Libya and Egypt and Syria and in Iraq. The Democratic Party nominee is a woman responsible for the “Russian Reset”, which ignited a new Cold War.
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Family Security Matters
by KYLE SHIDELER
After many years of lobbying, the so-called “28 pages,” a classified section of the Congressional 9/11 report, have been declassified and released to the public.
The pages, which many had long suspected would show the level of Saudi Government support for the 9/11 hijackers, had been a source of tension between U.S.-Saudi relations, with the Saudi government warning against their exposure.
The pages themselves primarily focus on what the FBI and CIA knew about five Saudi nationals: Omar Al-Bayoumi, Osama Bassnan, Shakyh al-Thumiary and Saleh Hussayen and Osama Bin Laden’s half-brother Abdullah Bin Laden, all men with documented ties to the Saudi government. The pages also provide clear evidence that U.S. obsequiousness to the Saudi government hindered efforts to combat terror.
Finally, the documents show that, in the years immediately after 9/11, U.S. law enforcement and intelligence officials had a preliminary understanding of an intricate web of support for jihadist terror that included foreign government officials, Islamic charities, Mosques, NGOs, and for-profit companies. These entities backed not just Al Qaeda, but multiple terror groups, including Hamas. That understanding has since been lost as law enforcement focuses increasingly on “radicalization” theories and social media.
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