Tuesday, February 24, 2015

The Number One Reason It’s Incredibly Obvious Barack Obama is Not a Christian

http://www.lifenews.com ^ | February 23, 2015 | Steven Ertelt 

Whether President Barack Obama is truly a Christian has been a hot topic for debate recently, especially after the mainstream media attempted to trip up pro-life Wisconsin Governor Scott Walker on the question.
The question of whether anyone is truly a Christian person has more to do with faith than anything else. Does the person in question truly have an authentic relationship with Jesus Christ and acknowledged the fact that he died on the cross to save humanity from our sins and bridge the gap sin caused between ourselves and God.
While that question has more to do with worldview than someone’s actions, pro-life blogger Matt Walsh argues Obama’s actions speak louder than words and, despite the president’s declaring himself a Christian, makes people question the veracity of his claim to faith. And nowhere does Obama’s actions stand more starkly at odds with a supposed Christian faith, Walsh contends, than on abortion.
Here’s what Walsh has to say:
Many left wingers and Barack Obama sycophants are fainting over Gov. Scott Walker’s recent comments where he said doesn’t know if Obama is a Christian.
I disagree with Walker. I think we all know for sure Obama isn’t a Christian.
I don’t blame Walker for punting, but it’s rather sad that “questioning the president’s faith” (even though he didn’t) is somehow considered out of bounds. Why shouldn’t we question it? The president deserves to have his faith questioned. Walker was generous, really. I think we do know a thing or two about his religion, and we know that whatever it is, it isn’t Christianity.
Scripture tells us that we shall know a man by his fruits (Matthew 7:16), and that many who speak His name in public will be told to depart from Him in the end (Matthew 7:23). It’s clear that being a Christian, therefore, is about more than simply declaring it verbally. That faith in Christ, if it is real, must manifest itself like fruit from a tree, and become something tangible and experienceable.
Now I don’t mean to turn this into a homily, but it is interesting to note that Jesus said “by their fruits you will know them.” So far all this talk about how we shouldn’t “judge” others, it seems that Christ is specifically telling us to make judgments about a person based on what they do. How else could we come to know a man by his actions?
If you declare verbally that you are Christian but then insist that Christ has called you to do any number of atrocious things, it is obvious that you are either lying, or you are adhering to some version of the faith that bears not even the vaguest similarity to anything that might be considered Biblical Christianity.
There has never been a mainstream politician, much less a president, as vociferous about infanticide as this man. While a state senator, he supported every single piece of pro-abortion legislation he came across, earning a 100 percent grade from Planned Parenthood and NARAL. In his crowning “pro-choice” moment, he opposed a bill to protect infants born alive during an abortion. To be clear: he was, and by all accounts still is, in favor of executing infant children by decapitation or lethal injection if they manage to survive an abortion attempt. Any thought that he might have softened that position vanished during the Kermit Gosnell trial, when he refused to categorically condemn and denounce what Gosnell did.
Walsh goes on to describe Obama’s pr-abortion record at length but says the kicker is when the president had to audacity to ask that God bless the nation’s biggest abortion business. That, for Walsh, was beyond the pale.
And, possibly most damning of all, in what I believe is the quintessential and, though this is saying a lot, the most despicable moment of his horrible, deadly reign, he attended a Planned Parenthood fundraiser (first president to do that) where he wished for God to bless the abortionists in attendance (not bless them that they may repent, but bless them that they may continue their genocidal mission).
In the end, Walsh says he gives Obama the benefit of the doubt because he’s operating on evidence and isn’t God.
But what do you think? Does Obama’s actions betray his supposed Christian faith? Is his massive support for and promotion of abortion evidence that he is truly not a Christian or is he, like so many of us on other religious or spiritual issues, simply wrongheaded and, in good faith, missing it on a Biblical principle while still adhering to a Christian faith?

No Mr. President … Our Founders Were Not That Fond Of Muslims

Mad World News ^ | February 21, 2015 | Brandon Walker 

I’m sorry Mr. President, but it seems our Founding Fathers were not very fond of Muslims.
It seems we have a president attempting to prove Muslims were “woven into the fabric of our society.” While he is correct there is a history between radical Islam and our nation, he seems to stretch the truth to attempt to make it look like they made “great contributions.” During his thirty minute speech this week, President Obama make a few political pitfalls, which made educated people cringe. He had to jump back to 1890 to find a historical event to “prove” we were never “at war with Islam” but failed to mention what happened before. No matter how hard he tries to hide it, our founders were not very happy and did go to war with radical Islam.
Sure there has been some peaceful gaps between the U.S. and radical Islam, but we continued fighting them on and off all the way through WWII when they fought for Hitler. No Mr. President, the only thing “woven into our fabric” is a perpetual war with “radical Islam” that the United States has been fighting from our very foundation. There may be a handful of Muslims that have lived in peace in the United States, but there is no love lost between our nation and radical Islam.
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Thank The Left For Presidential Candidate Scott Walker

The Federalist ^ | February 23, 2015 | Brandon Finnigan 

Behold the beast the Democrats never intended to create: a thrice-elected Republican governor in a swing state with a cult following, appreciated by both the establishment of his party and the conservative base. He’s a governor with an enviable base approval rating who received an even larger share of his own party’s vote in 2014 than 2010. This despite another year of John Doe drama, an unemployment picture that improved but fell short of his promises, a presidential appearance for his opposing Democrat (which had been missing in 2012), and the apparent flare-up between him and the Republican Governors Association head (and another presidential hopeful), New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie. The last bit was almost certainly a ruse, as Marquette polls, over the length of the cycle, found Walker in a tight but comfortable (for Wisconsin) position.
Walker’s gubernatorial opponent, Mary Burke, had a narrow window to making things tougher for Walker but it would have required cracking Walker’s incredible edge in the swing Green Bay-Appleton area and the scattered media markets of the northwest. She failed utterly in both areas, and despite cranking out enormous numbers of votes in Madison and Milwaukee, it mattered naught: she added more than 118,000 more votes to the Democrat’s 2010 performance but Walker added over 130,000 to his own, fueled by sustained growth in most counties outside of those Democratic anchors. Had Walker received the exact same number of votes as he had in 2010, Burke’s “surge” would have still failed to unseat him:
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It seems like every new challenge builds the cult of Walker. Every visual overstep by his foes, like the recent protests at his parents’ house, or recent perceived gotchas, simply bring more money and more ground troops to Team Walker.
How did this happen? One horrendous political miscalculation, fueled by raging anger and hopelessness in the face of Act 10: the recall of 2012. The Silent Majority That Supports Scott Walker
Democrats were lulled into a sense of confidence as 2011 drew to a close, when polls showed Walker losing in just such a stunt. Labor unions, public employee unions, college students, and progressives not living in Madison were united and determined. They were confident. They were on the attack. Perhaps the 2011 Supreme Court election, where conservative Justice David Prosser surprised everyone and survived a challenge from Assistant Attorney General JoAnne Kloppenburg, should have been a sign of a “silent majority” waiting to be activated, but with the very real possibility that Act 10 would actually be enforced, they went forward, amassed the signatures, and succeeded in triggering a recall election. And so it began.
Walker’s team kicked into overdrive and hasn’t really stopped, both in GOTV efforts and fundraising. Data-driven and determined, they acquired the list of recall petitioners and used it to modify their voter contact rolls. They opened the doors and welcomed help from any organization willing to join their efforts, and pushed those who could to vote early. Then-Slate reporter Dave Weigel trekked to Wisconsin in May, and came away stunned by the scale of the operation. Walker’s fundraising network is 300,000 donors strong, and believe me, his staff stays in constant contact with each and every one of them (full disclosure: I contributed to the Walker campaign in 2012).
To make matters worse, Democrats picked a candidate with zero appeal in swing areas: Milwaukee Mayor Tom Barrett, who had already lost to the governor in the 2010 election. On the night of the recall primary, my side project, AoSHQDD, was in its infancy, and we were stunned at the tally Walker, facing only token opposition, received. The governor received nearly as many votes as all of the Democratic candidates combined, evidence again of a “silent majority” receptive to defending him. Things never got better for the Democrats as the recall election neared. Early voting returns out of Madison were impressive, but so were those out of Brookfield, the city in Waukesha County that saved Justice Prosser. Polling consistently showed the governor ahead, and he was: the final average found Walker winning by just under seven points, and that’s exactly what happened.
While Madison votes were assured, and his own city’s votes could be counted on, Mayor Barrett failed miserably to connect with the very voters that chose Walker in 2010, defended him in 2012, and continue to stand by him: white blue-collar and middle-class voters in the western and northeastern parts of the state. President Obama held Mitt Romney to a scant lead in Brown County (Green Bay), while Walker carried it by 20 points. The president also easily won the scattered “other” media markets outside of Milwaukee, Madison, and Green Bay. Walker carried this same region by 12 points.
How massive was Walker’s win? Consider the chart below, showing the total votes received by every Republican presidential candidate from 1984 to 2012. Understand that the recall saw hundreds of thousands of fewer votes cast than the presidential one, yet Walker not only won more votes than Romney in a full third of the counties, he set a record for “votes cast for any Republican candidate” in seven counties. Further, he carried several counties, easily, that haven’t voted for any Republican presidential candidate since Reagan (Trempealeau, Buffalo). We are talking strong levels of support in regions that went against both Bushes, Dole, McCain, and Romney.
The victory itself was a massive confidence-booster among conservative Republicans disillusioned with their party’s performance in Congress: they finally had a guy who fights. Even after the sting of the presidential race, a sizable portion remembered the man with the “throne of skulls.” It wasn’t lost on many that Walker and President Obama had won by virtually identical margins just six months apart. The Scott Walker Hate Unified Republicans
The attempt to boot Walker by Wisconsin progressives and labor activists accomplished a rare feat: absolute party unity. But instead of unifying Democrats enough to unseat him, it created a brief moment where libertarian, establishment, Tea Party, and traditional conservative members of the Republican Party united to defend him. He just wasn’t some guy: he was their guy and, damn it, they were not going to let him fall. This unity didn’t end with the recall: Walker received a jaw-dropping 96 percent of the Republican vote in 2014 per the exits, and election analysts have frequently pointed to him as the possible “bridge candidate” between the money and masses within the party. Again, without the recall challenge, would he be enjoying such overwhelming party support as he does now? Would he even be dipping his toe in the water?
The ferocity of the anti-Walker attacks during the recall attempt cannot be understated: no stone was left unturned, no “scandal” or slip of the tongue left unmentioned, and this may only help candidate Walker going into 2016. The Democrats spent millions of dollars and thousands of hours digging, scooping, ad-cutting, and hammering. They threw the kitchen sink at the guy in 2012, threw their neighbor’s sink at him in 2014, and now nobody on the block will let them inside to pee. Out of useful topsoil, what do they do now?
Had the Democrats not targeted Walker with a recall, that massive fundraiser network, the national profile, the party unity, and his highly developed get-out-the-vote team almost certainly wouldn’t exist. He may have still won re-election, but he would be just another Midwestern Republican governor who enacted reforms and faced push-back, not the conservative folk hero of a party longing for a win. He would most likely resemble Michigan Gov. Rick Snyder, a reformer but hardly a man with a cult following. There would still be plenty of new problems with the governor his opposition could cite, instead of leaving him mostly vetted for 2016.
They shot the king and missed, making a balding, sleepy-eyed executive into a god among a growing horde of followers. That’s bad enough for the Progressive set. In the unlikely event he wins the Republican nomination and the presidency? They struck the match that ignited their own national hell.

Barack Obama’s push toward communism and his dark shady past: exposed

Republic Broadcasting ^ | 2/22/2015 | Shepard Ambellas 

Your Democratic Commander-In-Chief, the 44th U.S. President, Barack Hussein Obama, if that’s even his real name, still has the whole of America in his sights after already pulling the trigger, by way of stealth, early on in his presidency with every intention of decimating the capitalistic freedoms our forbears once instilled at great cost.
Shortly after his inauguration, unleashing a surprise tsunami upon free America, President Obama and key members of his staff have been making a massive push toward communism starting with the first stroke of Obama’s pen — literally.
You see on Jan. 21, 2009, one day after the presidential inauguration ceremony President Barack Obama signed Executive Order 13489, permanently sealing off all records about his person including ones that show his involvement with certain friends, colleagues, the Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) and additionally the origin of his true birthplace
As Mychal Massie would write, “It is inconceivable to believe that Obama, Bill Ayers and his wife, Bernadine Dohrn, would be the close friends they are unless they shared the same ideologies”, it’s also important to point out how his [Obama’s] true roots are grounded in communism while his drive to destroy the homeland stems from his employment at the CIA and his long-term objective as a paid operative.
Although it’s nice to believe that we as U.S. citizens actually elect the president the harsh reality is that the President and members of his staff are selected by the powers-that-be and are even groomed from young ages to meet one day their final objectives through incrementalism, agency/group-oriented goals, whatever they may be.
Just like George H.W. Bush, the 41st U.S. President, was Director of the CIA back in the 70′s under President Ford, other Presidents and members of their staffs have also had ties to the CIA; Barack Obama being one of them.
In fact, shockingly, in a 2011 True News interview, a man by the name of Al, a debt collector, publicly brought forth information damning to Obama; information that linked him to the CIA also exposing part of Obama’s dark shady past.
The information, pulled from a common skiptracing procedure, showed how a previous neighbor of a Chicago debtor in question was in fact Michelle Obama,Barack Obama’s purported wife.
Out of curiosity Al reportedly clicked on the link under Michelle’s name which than pulled up Barack Obama’s name and “home address”, listed as “5046 S. Greenwood Ave.”, which strangely enough was actually owned by Barack Obama’s accountant at the time.
Also allegedly displayed in Barack Obama’s file was the alias name of “Harrison J. Bounel”.
Upon further investigation six different pin numbers were also assigned to the property over only a six-year span.
The social security number “042-68-4445″ also appeared in Obama’s file according to Al.
The file also allegedly showed trusts and a $1.2 million loan taken out from Fannie Mae & Freddie Mac.
“Fifty-two” former addresses of Obama allegedly were displayed as well.
Coupled with other evidence, Al believes that this type behavior signifies what is known as a multilayered real estate finance transaction.
If Al were right, this suggests real estate fraud at minimum. Moreover it signifies that Obama’s “home address” was a safe house, bought and paid for by the CIA.
This all dovetails with Obama’s forged “Certificate of Live Birth” which remains “layered”, posted on the official White House website in PDF form still to this day. In fact volunteer Arizona Sheriff’s Department investigators have already concluded that Barack Obama’s birth certificate is positively a fake, ‘definitely fraudulent‘.
Mike Zullo, the posse’s chief investigator, said numeric codes on certain parts of the birth certificate indicate that those parts weren’t filled out, yet those sections asking for the race of Obama’s father and his field of work or study were completed.
Zullo said investigators previously didn’t know the meaning of codes but they were explained by a 95-year-old former state worker who signed the president’s birth certificate. Zullo said a writer who published a book about Obama’s birth certificate and was aiding investigators let them listen in on an interview he conducted of the former state worker., reported the Associated Press on July 17, 2012.
Now others are taking note of Obama’s dark shady past and how he was influenced by a communistic ideology at a such a young age. Most recently of which is the former Mayor of New York City (1994-2001) Rudy Giuliani who has become quite outspoken on the recent issue despite all death threats.
The New York Post peers into Giuliani’s head:
“From the time he was 9 years old, he was influenced by Frank Marshall Davis, who was a communist,” Giuliani said. The ex-mayor added that Obama’s grandfather introduced him to Davis, a writer and labor activist.
Giuliani also said another bad influence on Obama was Saul Alinsky, a community organizer whom the ex-mayor called a “socialist.”
The man once called “America’s mayor’’ also sharply criticized the president for having been a member of a church led by radical Chicago Rev. Jeremiah Wright.
“He spent 17 years in the church of Jeremiah Wright, and this is the guy who said ‘God damn America, not God bless America,’ ’’ Giuliani said.
“Obama never left that church.”
Giuliani said Obama doesn’t measure up to past presidents.
“He doesn’t talk about America the way John Kennedy and Ronald Reagan did, about America’s greatness and exceptionalism,” said Giuliani.
“He was educated by people who were critics of the US. And he has not been able to overcome those influences.”
Now some, like myself, believe that Giuliani may be right when he said, “Somebody has to raise these issues with the president. Somebody has to have the courage to stand up.” After all only a handful of people are actually, out in the open, on the front lines of the information war, risking life and limb. Without them we wouldn’t stand much of a chance as people seem to be more infatuated with the Super Bowl, videogames, and the latest reality show. While I assure you this has all been created by design, we as free-thinking individuals must be aware of pressing issues that are surely to strip any and all notations of freedom right out from underneath us either now or in the future.
Remember if you don’t use it you will lose it. We are now in the eleventh hour as the proverbial hammer is about to be dropped, flattening the American dream that our forbears all died for.
Are you just going to sit there and let it happen?

Barack Hussein Obama Displays Values – They Just Aren’t American Ones

Freedom Outpost ^ | 2/22/2015 | Susan Hamner 

Reading the news each morning can become a somewhat emotional roller coaster ride. There are some stories that will lift your spirits, some that cause you to shake your head in almost disbelief, others that cause frustration to erupt and then, the most powerful emotion of anger is triggered when one reads an opinion piece that resulted from that author reading an article that truly highlights the epitome of Barack Hussein Obama.
Jen Kuznicki's article at CNSnews.com, "America's First African-American President Displays the Values of Neither," summed up Obama's basic incompetency to speak for any Africans and any American. Her basis for this summation is an article that appeared in Gateway Pundit that quoted Catholic Bishop Emmanuel Badejo from Nigeria as saying, "The United States actually said it would help Nigeria with Boko Haram only if we modify our laws concerning homosexuality, family planning and birth control."
Nigeria's President Goodluck Jonathan, in a Wall Street Journal interview, outlined several issues keeping the Obama administration from helping Africa's largest democracy, but did not mention any "moral issues." Jonathan did say that Nigeria has been requesting military aid in the form of advisors and combat troops from the Obama administration since early 2014, without success. Of course, Rear Admiral John Kirby said the administration had not received any such requests and that no US troops are operating in Nigeria.
However, the US maintains a drone base in Chad and has provided some training and equipment to Nigeria, along with $80 million of support last year.
But, back to the reason the Obama administration would not help Nigeria, a country whose population is 50% Christian and nearly half under the age of 15, combat the Islamic group Boko Haram, which seeks to impose Sharia law upon the entire Nigerian population.
Bishop Badejo stated he heard Hillary Clinton, speaking as Secretary of State, say "the US government was committed to anything that would push the population control agenda." He proclaimed that a "cultural imperialism" existed, that Africa was suffering from it, and it threatened to erode cultural values. Badejo claimed that "life is sacred" for Africans and what people are calling Western Civilization is "sick." "What we say about human dignity and human rights is mere hypocrisy."
Even some representatives in Congress have seen what Bishop Badejo claims. Texas Republican Rep. Steve Stockman leveled a similar claim as Bishop Badejo back in August 2014. Stockman claimed the "Obama administration was withholding aid to Nigeria in the fight against Boko Haram in part over Nigeria's 'social policy.'"
This is anything but far-fetched in looking at what has happened in the United States. Our government has sanctioned and made legal the murder of innocent babies in the womb. Obamacare mandated "health care insurance" that requires every individual pay for abortion coverage and birth control coverage. Obama lied about his support for homosexual marriage in his 2008 campaign as he now openly supports it, along with many in government, and is trying to override the sovereignty of the people's vote on this issue in each state.
Bishop Badejo went on to say, "There is a diminishing sense of the respect for the sanctity of life. And all of this is to be imposed on Africa, at whatever cost; we think that it is immoral and that it is unjust."
Looking at what Bishop Badejo states and what has happened in America, what he is saying is correct. As Jen Kuznicki so aptly points out, "To the American left, from the President on down, too many Africans is a problem."
Can we deny that statement from Kuznicki?
Let's look at this from another angle. Obama's administration and this government has denied the government of Nigeria help in combating an Islamic group until "they get with Obama's programs on social issues." Yet, Obama's administration and this government maintain a close relationship with Saudi Arabia, where Sharia law reigns supreme, and Turkey, whose president stated, "Islam is Islam." As a reminder, the Armenian population was wiped out in the country of Turkey in a mass genocide by Islamists. This administration berates Israel, almost openly operates to undermine our longest, closest Middle Eastern ally, and works to oust the current Prime Minister. The US government has assisted in the overthrow of Egypt during the "Arab Spring" and supported that terrorist regime until the Egyptian people and military ousted the terrorist Muslim Brotherhood government. Let's not forget Libya, Yemen and this government's relentless pursuit to oust Syrian president Assad.
One could say that not only does Obama view too many Africans as a problem but views too many Christians, Jews and others practicing anything but Islam as a problem, regardless of race.
While Obama touts himself as a product of both Africa and America, as he has a Kenyan father, this man honestly believes he is competent to speak for both. But, as Kuznicki points out, his stance on denying Nigeria help until they become less numerous, embrace homosexuality and adopt birth control, "exposes this president as neither competent to speak for the Founding values of America, nor those of Africans."
Haven't we learned that abortions are more prevalent among black American women? The American left and Obama support wholeheartedly abortion. Could not one say that Obama promotes "population control" of black Americans? His stance with Nigeria certainly supports the claim of his desire for a decrease in African population. As many black Americans identify themselves as "African-American," only a few recognize this contradiction present in Obama.
Our "leadership" (using that term very loosely as we have none) promotes the face of America. It's no wonder the world views us as lost – we are. Since the world views us through our president and governing body, their policies become the cloak of the American people, just as the Nazi flag and their policies became the cloak of the German people. And, just as all Germans were judged by the action of Hitler and the Nazi regime, so Americans are and will be judged by the actions of their government.
Listening to my Dad speak of his time in Germany while serving in the Air Force about 8 years after World War II, he tells stories of some of the older German men who spoke to him about Hitler's Nazi Germany. It was fairly easy for my dad to engage them as he was a German descendent and used the German spelling of his last name while there, but I digress. In some of the pubs where they gathered, many told him they did not support Hitler or his Nazi's as they remembered the horrors of the First World War. But, the Nazi's targeted the younger of the population and the more "impressionable." Despite their opposition, these men were still judged by the outside world by the dictatorial government that ruled them. Relating their stories to my Dad, these "wise" men related the one thing that kept those opposed to the Nazi regime from the very beginning from taking action – Fear.
Is it the same in America today? Are we bound by "some" fear that we do not stem the tide of eroding founding principles and the eradication of God-given rights along with the eraser of righteous and just law? Some may say it isn't fear. Well, if not fear, then what is it?
Why are people not flooding the streets of Washington in protest? Many have jobs and need to support their family. They fear the loss of wages and the suffering of their family. Churches and pastors do not speak out regarding the lawless, criminal actions and the move to accept sinful lifestyles. They fear the loss of tax exempt status. Some fear retribution from the government in one way or another. Others fear being ostracized. Some fear getting involved at all preferring to let things play out. Then, some fear others will not follow leaving them as the only one risking their honor. Others fear loss of government assistance as that may be their only means of survival. Many fear for "national security" should we not forfeit some individual rights. It is not a concept many of us misunderstand – we get it.
Fear is Satan's playground. And, if one were to be totally honest, fear is a powerful motivator. It keeps our hands bound and our strength sapped. However, what is more powerful is the strength gained in Our Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ, in whose name we can do wondrous things. What is the wealth gained upon this earth compared to the wealth gained through Christ – eternal life in the Kingdom of God? While life here in the physical form is short, the soul is eternal. What is security worth here if we do not seek a place in the Kingdom of Heaven? Why is the fear of retribution from government stronger than the fear of retribution from God?
The fight for our founding principles is never an easy one nor is it quick. It is a continual battle – one that we, as Americans, have eased up fighting allowing dissidence to creep in through ideologies that are in opposition to our founding. That dissidence is now blatant, in our face, and try as we might, the little "skirmishes" we encounter and win are small in the ocean of anti-Americanism and anti-Christian sentiment that pervades this nation.
Why are we not loudly proclaiming against "this face" of America for all the world to see? Why are we not saying to the world, "Our leaders are corrupt; we are aware and we are not going to continue to allow them to subvert our heritage." Do we fear invasion from outside forces should we engage in an internal struggle for our nation? Could it be that we have become so "diverse" in every imaginable way that we fear discarding smaller issues in order to engage large ones? Or, do we fear engaging the large issues so we continually fight the smaller ones?
Regardless of our religious beliefs, if all who support our founding principles, our Constitution, and the self-evident truths stand in unison, we can accomplish much. However, we should address whatever it is that stifles our action, whether it be fear or some other motivating factor.
Until then, the "face" of America to the world is the current corrupt administration and those in power who continually subvert our founding principles; the Marie Harfs, Jen Psakis, Susan Rices, John Kerrys, Nancy Pelosis, Harry Reids, Eric Holders and Obama are the perceived America. What foreign nation would back a nation whose government has eroded the very tenets of its own founding and are seeking to erode other sovereign nations through bullying?

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