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TRUMP VS CLINTON: THE BOTTOM LINES

If I were a Democrat, I would have voted for Bernie Sanders. Not because I endorse his socialist policies, but because he has integrity, he is honest, he is true to his values and he is not for sale. None of that can be said for the current Democratic nominee, which is a sad testament to the American electorate.

     Now we are faced with two flawed candidates. I frankly had other favorites within the Republican group, but now the choice is crystal clear because I am totally petrified at the thought of Hillary Clinton ascending to president of this country; not because she is a woman, not because she is a Democrat, but because she is a despicable, selfish, lawless, self-serving and incompetent person. I have respected many Democrats in years past. But with Hillary, I am convinced that every decision she ever makes is based wholly on personal political expediency or money, and not what’s best for America.

     I am a Trump voter this time around. I consider that vote as critical to the nation, not because I love Trump so much, but I desperately fear Hillary…for many reasons (see below).

     In evaluating candidates, I mainly focus on track record. Past conduct and achievement is the best barometer for the future. I don’t care much about fluff and promise. Cliché’s or oratory charisma doesn’t matter. Most important are examples in their professional history. I don’t care about inconsequential matters or distractions that cater to voting blocs, about mischievous behavior in the distant past, or stances on pro-life or pro-choice, gay marriage, and all that, because it really has little to do with how a president will make the most critical decisions that affect us all.

     Here are those issues:

     *   National Security. Without it, dominos will fall, affecting all other issues. We must remain strong and respected across the world stage, and we must protect our people.

Trump:  He is new to politics. But his campaign rhetoric is strong and unambiguous on dealing with international threats and domestic crime which is very important. He may be less experienced in politics, but he has spent a lifetime being in charge of organizing huge projects to fruition, assembling and managing the best people to do the jobs which tell me he is a natural leader. He’s strong and he’ll listen to established experts in making decisions. I believe rebuilding the military is vital. So is enforcing and protecting our laws. There is a reason that a number of large law enforcement organizations have endorsed a presidential candidate (Trump) for the first time ever, including the national Fraternal Order of Police and the 16,500 member Border Patrol.

Clinton:  Track record?  Start with the Middle-East where her performance is below abysmal. Nobody should be rewarded for failures that negatively impacted millions of lives. During her four years as Secretary of State, nothing went well. The U.S. lost credibility everywhere, not to mention human lives. The premature pull-out of Iraq was against all pleadings by internal advisors and military leaders who projected a collapse. They were right. That decision which she supported and participated, has led to thousands of dead people in the Middle-East, not to mention a projected 3 million refugees swarming into western countries following the rise of ISIS.

     Her handling of Benghazi was not only horrific, she is indirectly (or perhaps directly) responsible for the deaths of at least two of the Americans who died there, if not all four. She did nothing – zero – to protect the consulate for months in advance despite hundreds of pleas. She did nothing to at least TRY to deploy rescue personnel or intervene in the attacks. She lied to America and then lied into the eyes of parents of dead heroes as they lay in caskets. She knowingly lied and politicized the circumstances of the attack. That alone, is despicable as a so-called leader. For weeks following, she failed to present herself to the American public to answer questions or lead an investigation. She went globe hopping for two months in virtual hiding. Neither did she arrange for a physical processing of the consulate scene to examine or protect evidence, i.e. papers, files, computers, weapons, clues, etc. The Benghazi fiasco is a microcosm of how she might handle any crisis.

     Few people have noticed how our relationship with Egypt has plummeted. When the so-   called Arab Spring erupted, Hillary supported the removal of our loyal ally, Hosni Mubarak, as Egypt’s leader which buoyed the installation of Morsi, a power within the Muslim Brotherhood and the declared enemy of the secular western world. Distraught Egyptian people rose up by the millions to rid Egypt of Morsi and his Muslim Brotherhood, as they took to the streets with hundreds of signs expressing their hatred of Hillary Clinton and Barack Obama. During that year when Morsi served as president, Christian Coptics fled like ants while churches were being burned like never before.

     This could be a very long blog, but suffice to say her skills and incompetence as a leader in the international scene has been scary.

*    Economy:

     Hillary: Some say the job market is good, but the statistics seem to be skewed to look that way. According to the Citizens for Tax Justice (March 2016) unrepatriated foreign profits for American companies have reached $2.4 trillion, from which companies can avoid nearly $700 billion in taxes. In other words, manufacturing jobs are bailing out from the United States because of tax reasons and low cost labor. I don’t think Hillary Clinton has any track record in that regard to measure.

Her job at the State Department had little to do with forming the economy, nor did her role as a senator, for which her accomplishments are infamously few. Her skills in this area can barely be measured.

The economy has been propped up allowing the national debt to spiral out of control, raising the ceiling to $20 trillion, virtually doubled in eight years. In 2008, after Bush’s administration upped the debt by $4 trillion, then-candidate Obama described it as un-American. Our economy will be driven by increases in good paying jobs for Americans, and companies returning to America, something for which Hillary has minimal achievements..

Bear in mind that Hillary has accepted a myriad of huge donations in the mega-millions and immense speaker fees (along with Bill Clinton) which feed into the Clinton Foundation. Many of those contributions have come from dubious people in foreign governments, some not so friendly to the United States, and many that subjugate women. Mammoth financial contributions can easily sway a politician in making wrong decisions, as payback favors.

     Trump:  His entire life is driven by wheeling and dealing finance with accomplishments in the billions and trillions, from which he has enjoyed enormous success. Yes, his casinos tanked in New Jersey,which – he admits – went bad and he used bankruptcy laws to bail out, something any and all wealthy businessmen do, including Warren Buffet and George Soros. Trump may be crude sometimes, but he is a get-the-job-done leader who understands economy inside and out, and owes no quid pro quo to anyone. He is in no one’s pocket.  He’s not groveling for money for himself, because he is already a billionaire. He can make decisions based on merit, not who and what he owes in favors.

  • Illegal Immigration/Refugees.

The first clarification is that we are talking about Illegal immigration and the drain it causes upon our economy, including crime, jails and prisons, overcrowded classrooms, health care, welfare, undercutting wages and other factors of the national infrastructure.

The second clarification is the current Middle-East refugee crisis involving mega-thousands from countries that spawn Jihadists and people who hate America. European countries are now being confronted with rampant disorder, anti-western sentiment and the absence of assimilation on the part of refugees. Among that populous, terrorists are certain to emerge.

     Hillary:  She is on record as supporting increased Middle-East migration to the U.S. by 500 percent, without a viable screening plan. This can be devastating to America. It translates into the millions of people from whom there is no way to screen individual backgrounds or their political ideology. It is the perfect setting for a Trojan Horse crisis.

In terms of domestic illegal immigration, Hillary has spoken out in favor of open borders, as revealed in a recorded speech released by Wiki Leaks. In almost every aspect, Hillary will be soft on illegal immigration, citing the need to be compassionate to children, which is a noble hook. But the tolerance for law-breaking would go much further, as she and the Democratic campaign are on record as supporting sanctuary cities – which is tantamount to endorsing the breaking of federal laws.

She is also opposed to expanding the wall/fence on the Mexican border, which is sorely needed.

     Trump:   In recent months, Donald Trump has modified his public stance on illegal immigrants by specifically citing the need to deport all illegals who have broken American laws, or are stuffing our prisons. From there, the issue of breaking up families by deporting and dislodging children would be addressed on a case by case basis.

Trump strongly advocates a fence along the southern border, and has stated he will federally defund all sanctuary cities that support law breakers. That’s long overdue.

He is right when stating that a country without borders is no longer a country.

Trump will also enact strong measures to prevent the mass influx of refugees from countries that spawn Islamic terrorism.

  • The Supreme Court

The importance here is that Supreme Court appointees are for life. Some can stay on the court for 50 years. The next four years will likely see at least two, or more, new appointees to the court. That will have a huge impact upon the laws of the land.

This is an issue that Democrats and Republicans may even disagree among themselves, depending upon what major issue is at stake. Abortion, education, death penalty, immigration, gun rights and more, are among them.

Suffice to say, that Hillary will appoint liberal minded justices and Trump will appoint conservative minded justices. The future of our legal system and the resolution to these kinds of issues are at play.

  • Health Care

Obamacare is imploding, and the entire institution of health care in America is at risk. Economists and experts are mostly in agreement that Obamacare is a colossal failure and will lead to enormous problems in the economy and health care in general. Aetna, Health First and most other health care insurance providers have bailed out of Obamacare, as premium rates are on the verge of soaring while coverage is on the decline.

The difference between the candidates:

Hillary:  Has voiced her support of Obamacare, but needs fixing.

Trump:  Would abolish Obamacare and restart/replace with a much better plan that achieves the desired result.

     *    Integrity:

     Hillary:  Has none.  The FBI validated that, though they opted to sidestep filing criminal charges. Her history of dishonesty (yawn) has become boring to Americans because it’s a continuous repeat, whether 25 years ago or today, her record of marathon lying is beyond comprehension, that someone so provably dishonest could be elected as the  president of this country.

Claiming she only had one mobile device when she actually had 13. Deleting 33,000 e-mails after they had been subpoenaed by congress, isn’t exactly legal or noble. Having devices destroyed with hammers and/or bleach to avoid inspection by the FBI is – in anyone’s legal book – obstruction of justice. And claiming she couldn’t remember the answers to 39 specific questions posed to her by the FBI was an act to avoid being charged with lying to the FBI.  Yet, she slides,

Most frightening is her penchant for accept huge contributions from foreign governments to her foundation, which is a side-step from breaking the law in federal campaigns and/or anyone holding federal office. Whether Saudi Arabia, Yemen, Morocco or any other country, millions of dollars buys millions of favors which can put our nation in jeopardy during times of conflict.

     Trump:  Can’t be bought. Trump has a penchant for shooting from the hip and blurting exaggerated or inappropriate comments, but he has never been known for lying.

     Summary:  The gender, race, or ethnic background of a candidate is vastly unimportant. Past positions held are also unimportant. What should be examined are achievements: What did they accomplish or fail to accomplish while holding those positions?

Other than occupying an official position like First Lady, Senator, or Secretary of State, there is little that Hillary Clinton has accomplished in those roles other than put in the time. Compared to Donald Trump, her list of achievements are miniscule.

Some people will cite Donald Trump’s offensive words and behavior with a woman some years back, for which he admits and has apologized. These people think such a man shouldn’t be in the White House. Really?

I would like to remind those folks, that a win for Hillary means she takes office with a support team, one of whom is the most notorious sexual predator ever to occupy the oval office which nobody can deny. There are eighteen known females who have fingered Bill Clinton as a sex abuser. Nobody knows how many more exist who never came forward. With Hillary comes Bill, and compulsive appendage that has haunted her marriage since the 1970s.

 So, should we talk about Trump’s past proclivities?

  • There is no real choice.

Trump will surround himself with highly achieved leaders, including Rudy Guiliani, Newt Gingrich, Chris Christie, Dr. Ben Carson, General Michael Flynn and more. Hillary will surround herself with people she owes the most favors. And consider this: Hillary’s closest aide for 20 years (Huma Abedin) is a woman raised in Saudi Arabia, whose parents and brother are tied to the Muslim Brotherhood, and who served on the Muslim Student Association policy committee – a satellite of the Muslim Brotherhood — at George Washington University. 

I’m not saying she’s a mole. But – as the FBI Director testified – Hillary has been extremely careless.

Donald J. Trump is the only choice. He may fumble now and then, but he’s not for sale and I do believe his primary motives are to improve many aspects of this government.

Click here: Hillary Clinton 2016 — Open Borders and More | National Review

Click here: Clinton Campaign: Sanctuary Cities Can Help Public Safety – NBC News

Click here: CNN Confirms Clinton Aide Destroyed Mobile Devices With Hammers

Click here: HILLARY AND HUMA: BEWARE | Marshall Frank

Click here: THE SHAMEFUL INVESTIGATION OF BENGHAZI | Marshall Frank

Click here: HILLARY DISQUALIFIED | Marshall Frank

ESTHER: A STORYBOOK PRODIGY

October 21, 2006 — Ten years past.

That day helped change lives for many, in a very good way:

Esther Muradov was a delicate, 13 year-old young lady when we met her ten years ago today at our private home. With her mother on piano, she lifted her violin and played the first long note of a Vieuxtemps Concerto. Hair rose on my arms.  Suzanne and I, and friends, sat stunned as this child mastered the music as though in a concert hall.  When she finished, I lifted my jaw off the floor as a zillions questions flowed through my brain.

“How much do you practice?”

“About four hours a day.”

“Who’s your favorite violinist?” I asked

“Jascha Heifetz,” she responded.  

“But he died long before you were born.”

“I know,” she replied. “But he was the greatest of the 20th century.”

She was right.

“What are your ambitions, Esther?”

“Well, I’d like to go to Europe and compete internationally against other violinists. Maybe, someday I can play in Carnegie Hall.”

Her Russian-born mother, Pervin Muradov, answered for her, “Too expensive.  Besides that, her violin no good. Other kids will have much better instruments.”

“Perhaps we can do something,” I said.  

The next day, my wife and I began planning a special recital as a fund raiser for Esther, hopefully to give her a chance to compete in Europe. Three months later, we filled the small double-wide mobile building at the Unitarian Fellowship with 100-plus people willing to pay $50 a seat to hear and see this phenom. I had also loaned her my 225 year-old Italian-made violin to use for practice and recital.

She performed several impressive pieces, some quite difficult. The audience was amazed, with standing ovations. They were also enamored by her personality, so sincere, so articulate, so dedicated to music. The money came in, and Esther was on her way to Ibla, Italy, for international competition.

Here’s a  five-minute video of her playing one of the numbers, “Caprice Basque” by Sarasate, during that fund raiser. Watch and listen, she is quite amazing.

Among her awards for doing so well in Ibla, was an opportunity to play a recital in Carnegie Hall, which Suzanne and I proudly attended. There was my violin up there on the stage in Carnegie Hall playing a Lalo Concerto.  My mother would have been so proud.

There’s more to the story.  The recital in that Unitarian double-wide led to a four-year high-school scholarship the Phillips Academy in Andover, Massachusetts. From there, she became a wonder student in Columbia University in New York from which she graduated with honors in 2016.

Goodness cascaded as the story doesn’t stop there. Esther would be indirectly responsible for helping many other young prodigies like herself attain their goals and ambitions in art and music. A group of local friends got together wondering how many other “Esthers” are out there, prodigies lacking the means to attain their musical dreams. Thus, we formed a non-profit group called, “The Creative Arts Foundation of Brevard.” Operating solely on tax-deductible contributions, and some fund-raising performances, the group provides incentives, opportunities and in some cases, partial scholarships for gifted prodigies who need instruments, instruction or schooling.

In the years hence, the foundation has promoted scores of shows and competitions, awarding numerous scholarship grants allowing brilliant youngsters to pursue their dreams. One young concert pianist who received such assistance, spontaneously took the microphone on stage and emotionally announced to the crowd, “I now have a full ride, 4-year scholarship to the University of Michigan School of Music,” said 17 year-old Sonya Belaya. “If it were not for the Creative Arts Foundation, it would never have been possible.” 

There are many such examples.

Since 2007, over 300 dedicated youngsters have directly benefited from the services of this non-profit group, some in a very big way. The annual awards competition “Brevard’s Got Music Talent” has featured nearly 100 young musicians and vocalists, eight of whom have won first prize of $1,000. Including special grants and awards, the foundation has doled out nearly $66,000 to youngsters in need thanks to a little girl who didn’t know she was destined to become the poster child for an organization that helped so many.

Thanks to her loving parents who are very talented as well, 23 year-old Esther Muradov of today has her sights set on becoming a medical doctor. But she will always have music that will remain a major part of her life along with the wonderful memories of high achievement. She can also bask in the satisfaction that she paved the way for many young prodigies to have been given golden opportunities that might not existed if not for her.

Here’s another Youtube of Esther performing part of the Brahms Concerto during an audition…

It can’t get better than that.

(The Creative Arts Foundation of Brevard, Inc., is a non-profit group of volunteers whose primary focus is to provide support and opportunities to young prodigies who have demonstrated talent and determination to excel. All contributions are tax deductible. For more information, visit www.CAFOB.org…or contact yours truly. 

 

 

 

 

COMPARING CUBAN TO SYRIAN REFUGEES: SIGNS OF WHAT'S TO COME

If folks want a glimpse of what happens when unbridled swarms of refugees are allowed into the United States, simply look to the Mariel Boat lift of May, 1980.  It is a microcosm of what will likely occur throughout America if we blindly look away in the name of humanity.
     I was captain of Miami-Dade Homicide when our police agencies, fire departments, hospitals, schools and jails were crammed beyond capacity as 120,000 human beings invaded our local population nearly overnight from a foreign land. Law abiding, tax-paying Americans were the losers. Fidel Castro was the winner. Cuba opened its doors to jails, prisons, mental institutions and all others (sick, disabled, unattended elderly) who they considered drains on their communist economy and waved them goodbye as President Carter welcomed them with open arms.
     Our rates of murder and rape tripled. Robberies went viral. Already overcrowded jails became stuffed like human sardine cans. Crime victimization soared. Local hospitals went into overload crises. Classrooms bulged with poor kids who could not understand the language, or the culture. Bodies were found in car trunks, swamps, roadsides, etc., unable to be unidentified. Killers and thieves left fingerprints that didn’t matter because perpetrators had no records in America. Refugees in Dade County set up tent city that housed multi-thousands of homeless under I-95 overpasses. It took years for the South Florida infrastructure to adapt and recover from the human and economic impact. South Florida virtually went into emergency mode.
     Today’s talk about “extreme” vetting is laughable. There was no way to vet any of the 120,000 people arriving at our shores. There were no reliable records other than what some chose to bring with them. Authorities in the U.S. had no ability to discern the bad from the good.
     Now that the proverbial dust is settled 36 years later, Miami has morphed into Cuba-north. It’s like another country. The culture and lifestyles are totally altered from the community I knew from 1945 to 1980. Despite overcrowding and some continuing crime issues, the community did eventually adapt to their new land as Americans and assimilated into society while holding on to their rich Hispanic roots. No one was concerned about terrorists invading our country like a Trojan Horse. No one denounced America as evil. No one tried to amend our system of laws because they conflicted with a religious text.
     It’s a new story today. President Obama is supporting an influx of 110,000 refugees this fiscal year after presiding over 85,000 refugees in FY 2015-16. Next year, who knows? Hillary Clinton has already been quoted as supporting open borders and a major increase in welcoming Middle-East refugees. Such refugees are likely to balloon across America as nearly three million people from the Syrian region have been displaced. All this is in addition to legal and illegal immigration in which the numbers are almost incalculable. The federal government has allowed more than 200 sanctuary cities a hands-off policy for illegal immigrants, many of whom have been charged with crimes but roam free, untouchable. And we support more?
     Whatever happened to … “swear to uphold?”
     According to a recent investigative report by KUSI News in San Diego, authorities revealed that the Obama administration not only fails to enforce immigration violations, it aids and abets. In that report, authorities claim that nine out of every ten apprehended illegals are automatically released if they utter the term, “Asylum.” Illegals no longer run from border agents, they run to them.
     We should also bear in mind that 40 percent of illegal immigration is from overstayed visas.
     The refugee dilemma is a monstrous problem in which our leaders do not even try seeking assistance and commitment from our so-called allies in the Middle-East, including Saudi Arabia, Egypt, Yemen, Jordan, and more. There are millions of square miles and oil-money galore in these countries that have offered no humanitarian hand-outs to fellow Arabs, yet expect all that from us.  While millions of refugees are migrating in Biblical proportions to Europe and the western world, they could assimilate much easier in nations that speak the same language, practice the same religion and enjoy the same culture. But we ignore all that.
     Check out Europe. Investigate via Google and see how security, social and cultural dynamics have become nightmarish in places like France, England, Germany, Belgium and Norway in the last three years.  We should welcome the same?
     The major difference between past refugees from Cuba and today’s problem is that Mid-East Muslims are indoctrinated into a rigid religious persuasion where their ideology teachings are not compatible with our system of laws. The Islamic settlements in Europe are not assimilating, and many enclaves have developed in exclusive neighborhoods where Islamists practice laws and customs that conflict with existing laws. Great Britain, alone, has allowed the development of more than 100  “Sharia Zones”
     Let us not forget, the secret manifestos of the Muslim Brotherhood, which were unveiled in a federal court trial in 2007, explicitly spelling out their long range intent of Islamic conquest of the west — From within.
Recent polls confirm that 51 percent of U.S. Muslims now living here, prefer Sharia over American laws. (See links, below)
     So, when millions (not thousands) eventually migrate into the United States, totally unvetted, think of the Cuban situation only on a much larger scale. The big difference is that Cubans love America. Cubans relish being Americans. Cubans adapt to American systems. If polls are correct, and Europe is a sampling, the same will not happen among Middle-East Muslims. America may never be the same. Should we take that gamble?
     Call me a bigot or one of Hillary’s deplorables, but I hope my grandchildren will be able to grow up in a free and diverse country that I have loved, with a safe and secure Constitution, still enjoying great pride when our flag is raised to the national anthem.
     We are not perfect. But we are the greatest. We must keep it that way.
Click here: Muslim Gangs Enforcing Sharia on London Streets
Click here: Muslims and Islam: Key findings in the U.S. and around the world | Pew Research Center
Click here: 51% of U.S. Muslims want Sharia; 60% of young Muslims more loyal to Islam than to U.S.
Click here: Center for Security Policy | Poll of U.S. Muslims Reveals Ominous Levels Of Support For Islamic Supremacists’ Doct

 

COMPARING CUBAN TO SYRIAN REFUGEES: SIGNS OF WHAT’S TO COME

If folks want a glimpse of what happens when unbridled swarms of refugees are allowed into the United States, simply look to the Mariel Boat lift of May, 1980.  It is a microcosm of what will likely occur throughout America if we blindly look away in the name of humanity.

     I was captain of Miami-Dade Homicide when our police agencies, fire departments, hospitals, schools and jails were crammed beyond capacity as 120,000 human beings invaded our local population nearly overnight from a foreign land. Law abiding, tax-paying Americans were the losers. Fidel Castro was the winner. Cuba opened its doors to jails, prisons, mental institutions and all others (sick, disabled, unattended elderly) who they considered drains on their communist economy and waved them goodbye as President Carter welcomed them with open arms.

     Our rates of murder and rape tripled. Robberies went viral. Already overcrowded jails became stuffed like human sardine cans. Crime victimization soared. Local hospitals went into overload crises. Classrooms bulged with poor kids who could not understand the language, or the culture. Bodies were found in car trunks, swamps, roadsides, etc., unable to be unidentified. Killers and thieves left fingerprints that didn’t matter because perpetrators had no records in America. Refugees in Dade County set up tent city that housed multi-thousands of homeless under I-95 overpasses. It took years for the South Florida infrastructure to adapt and recover from the human and economic impact. South Florida virtually went into emergency mode.

     Today’s talk about “extreme” vetting is laughable. There was no way to vet any of the 120,000 people arriving at our shores. There were no reliable records other than what some chose to bring with them. Authorities in the U.S. had no ability to discern the bad from the good.

     Now that the proverbial dust is settled 36 years later, Miami has morphed into Cuba-north. It’s like another country. The culture and lifestyles are totally altered from the community I knew from 1945 to 1980. Despite overcrowding and some continuing crime issues, the community did eventually adapt to their new land as Americans and assimilated into society while holding on to their rich Hispanic roots. No one was concerned about terrorists invading our country like a Trojan Horse. No one denounced America as evil. No one tried to amend our system of laws because they conflicted with a religious text.

     It’s a new story today. President Obama is supporting an influx of 110,000 refugees this fiscal year after presiding over 85,000 refugees in FY 2015-16. Next year, who knows? Hillary Clinton has already been quoted as supporting open borders and a major increase in welcoming Middle-East refugees. Such refugees are likely to balloon across America as nearly three million people from the Syrian region have been displaced. All this is in addition to legal and illegal immigration in which the numbers are almost incalculable. The federal government has allowed more than 200 sanctuary cities a hands-off policy for illegal immigrants, many of whom have been charged with crimes but roam free, untouchable. And we support more?

     Whatever happened to … “swear to uphold?”

     According to a recent investigative report by KUSI News in San Diego, authorities revealed that the Obama administration not only fails to enforce immigration violations, it aids and abets. In that report, authorities claim that nine out of every ten apprehended illegals are automatically released if they utter the term, “Asylum.” Illegals no longer run from border agents, they run to them.

     We should also bear in mind that 40 percent of illegal immigration is from overstayed visas.

     The refugee dilemma is a monstrous problem in which our leaders do not even try seeking assistance and commitment from our so-called allies in the Middle-East, including Saudi Arabia, Egypt, Yemen, Jordan, and more. There are millions of square miles and oil-money galore in these countries that have offered no humanitarian hand-outs to fellow Arabs, yet expect all that from us.  While millions of refugees are migrating in Biblical proportions to Europe and the western world, they could assimilate much easier in nations that speak the same language, practice the same religion and enjoy the same culture. But we ignore all that.

     Check out Europe. Investigate via Google and see how security, social and cultural dynamics have become nightmarish in places like France, England, Germany, Belgium and Norway in the last three years.  We should welcome the same?

     The major difference between past refugees from Cuba and today’s problem is that Mid-East Muslims are indoctrinated into a rigid religious persuasion where their ideology teachings are not compatible with our system of laws. The Islamic settlements in Europe are not assimilating, and many enclaves have developed in exclusive neighborhoods where Islamists practice laws and customs that conflict with existing laws. Great Britain, alone, has allowed the development of more than 100  “Sharia Zones”

     Let us not forget, the secret manifestos of the Muslim Brotherhood, which were unveiled in a federal court trial in 2007, explicitly spelling out their long range intent of Islamic conquest of the west — From within.

Recent polls confirm that 51 percent of U.S. Muslims now living here, prefer Sharia over American laws. (See links, below)

     So, when millions (not thousands) eventually migrate into the United States, totally unvetted, think of the Cuban situation only on a much larger scale. The big difference is that Cubans love America. Cubans relish being Americans. Cubans adapt to American systems. If polls are correct, and Europe is a sampling, the same will not happen among Middle-East Muslims. America may never be the same. Should we take that gamble?

     Call me a bigot or one of Hillary’s deplorables, but I hope my grandchildren will be able to grow up in a free and diverse country that I have loved, with a safe and secure Constitution, still enjoying great pride when our flag is raised to the national anthem.

     We are not perfect. But we are the greatest. We must keep it that way.

Click here: Muslim Gangs Enforcing Sharia on London Streets

Click here: Muslims and Islam: Key findings in the U.S. and around the world | Pew Research Center

Click here: 51% of U.S. Muslims want Sharia; 60% of young Muslims more loyal to Islam than to U.S.

Click here: Center for Security Policy | Poll of U.S. Muslims Reveals Ominous Levels Of Support For Islamic Supremacists’ Doct

 

HILLARY'S MOUTH

Think Trump’s remarks uttered in private from 11 years ago were terrible?  Read on:
Many books have been written by former aides and secret service personnel that chronicle the behavior and attitudes of the woman (Hillary) who aspires to be our next president.  There is no reason to suggest they are lies or written by hacks just trying to sell books. No such books about a foul-mouthed, condescending First Lady were ever published or written about Laura Bush, Barbara Bush, Rosalyn Carter..and etc.

The following provides a sampling of Hillary’s private filthy tirades and her disdain for people under her…not said in jest. While reading, think about Trump’s private conversation eleven years ago which is being used by Hillary and the Democratic party, and the left media, as a lightening rod to portray Trump as a horrible person.  Think about the utter hypocrisy, when Hillary is not held to account for her actions and her air of superiority.  I realize a lot of folks don’t want to read this, but if you are on that “hate Trump” train, you should have the guts to digest see the whole picture.
Here are some quotations gleaned from a number of authors who wrote books about the Clinton presidency, most particularly, about Hillary the woman. The source article is linked below.  The actual comments (of which these are but a few) are well documented.
  1. “Where is the G-damn f***ing flag? I want the G-damn f***ing flag up every  f***ing morning at f***ing sunrise.”

    (Inside The White House by Ronald Kessler, page 244. Hillary yells at staff of the Arkansas Governor’s mansion.)

  2. “You sold out, you mother f***er! You sold out!”

    (Inside: A Public and Private Life by Joseph Califano, page 213. Hillary screaming at a Democratic lawyer.)

  3. ‘F**k off! It’s enough that I have to see you ****-kickers every day, I’m not going to talk to you too!! Just do your G*damn job and keep your mouth shut.’

    (American Evita by Christopher Anderson, page 90. Hillary yells at State Troopers after one allegedly told her “Good Morning.”)

  4. “You f***ing idiot.”

    (Crossfire: Witness in the Clinton Investigation by L.D. Brown, page 84. Hillary Clinton curses at a State Trooper.)

  5. “If you want to remain on this detail, get your f***ing ass over here and grab those bags!”

    (The First Partner: Hillary Rodham Clinton by Joyce Milton, page 259. Hillary shouts at a Secret Service agent.)

  6. “Get f***ed! Get the f**k out of my way!!! Get out of my face!!!”

    (Hillary’s Scheme: Inside the Next Clinton’s Ruthless Agenda to Take the White House by Carl Limbacher, page 89. Hillary yelling at Secret Service agents.)

  7. “Stay the f**k back, stay the f**k away from me! Don’t come within ten yards of me, or else! Just f**king do as I say, Okay!!!?”

    (Unlimited Access by Clinton FBI Agent in Charge, Gary Aldrige, page 139. Hillary Clinton shouting at Secret Service agents.)

  8. “Where’s the miserable c*ck sucker?”

    (The Truth About Hillary by Edward Klein, page 5. Hillary Clinton screams this at a Secret Service agent.)

  9. “You fu***ing Jew bastard.”

    (State of a Union: Inside the Complex Marriage of Bill and Hillary Clinton by Jerry Oppenheimer. More on this quote.)

  10. “Son of a bitch.”

    (American Evita by Christopher Anderson, page 259. Hillary found out President George W. Bush secretly visited Iraq before her own visit to the nation.)

  11. “When are they going to get those f*****g ree-tards out of here?”‘

    (Hillary Clinton: The Other Woman by Dolly Kyle. Spoken at an Easter egg hunt at the Arkansas state house with developmentally challenged children in attendance.)

  12. “Stupid k**e.”

    (Hillary Clinton: The Other Woman by Dolly Kyle. Hillary used the epithet about Jewish people.

  13. “Come on Bill, put your d**k up! You can’t f**k her here!!”

    (Inside The White House by Ronald Kessler, page 243. Hillary speaking to her husband Bill Clinton about a woman at an Arkansas political rally.)

Oh but, Donald Trump is a really disgusting person, right?

It behooves Americans to know that Hillary Clinton has her own sordid past of angry outbursts, vulgar comments and condescending attitudes. This partial list …with source attributions … was published by the Wildfire Web page, but a check thru Google offer many other sites to check.