Joe Biden Is Flying Family Members of Fake Refugees into the County Who Are Not Even Approved to Be Here

 

Because they can’t destroy America fast enough. There is a storm brewing. Do we think that millions will be allowed to keep pouring in? MS-13, drugs, trafficking of all kinds? Four years of this and we will not recognize America.

President Joe Biden is allowing Central American economic migrants with pending asylum claims — not just approved claims — to have the Department of State fly their families on the American taxpayer dime to live with them in the U.S.

Nobody is Illegal !

“Nobody is Illegal !” by alisdare1 is licensed under CC BY-SA 2.0

On Tuesday, the Los Angeles Times revealed:

The Biden administration on Tuesday announced the major expansion of a program that would allow many such youths into the country legally, part of its stated goal to increase “legal pathways” for immigration. The changes could boost the number of Salvadoran, Guatemalan and Honduran children joining their families in the U.S. from several hundred to tens of thousands.

The in-country processing will resume with Tuesday’s announcement, administration officials said. Advocates warned against allowing burdensome backlogs to form in El Salvador, Guatemala, or Honduras, with screening, interviews, vetting, and cross-border paperwork that delay and ultimately discourage applicants, some of whom feel too at risk to wait it out [and choose to take their shot trying to sneak into the U.S.]

 

Just connecting a few dots:

 

Add this

 

AUSTIN — Texans can soon begin carrying a handgun in public without a license or training, after Gov. Greg Abbott signed legislation allowing permitless carry Thursday, calling it the “biggest and best” gun law this session.

The law takes effect Sept. 1. People 21 and older who can legally possess a handgun will no longer need a state-issued license to carry one outside their homes or vehicles.

 

There we have it. The best of the swamp.

Florida and its 350,000 yearly newbies- here is what happens

What happens when out of state transplants move to the wonderful state of Florida? Florida gained an average of nearly 1,000 per people per day in 2019, but that number could be even higher in 2020 thanks to the pandemic.

One of the great feats that Florida has managed for the most part has been preparing the necessary infrastructure to insure a continued quality of life. Roads? A few areas are behind the curve, but for the most part one can sail along one heck of a long state in good time. Exception of course are seasonal migrations of the snow birds- Routes 95 and 10 come to mind, and the annual rides one may have to take during Hurricane season. In those cases parts of Florida can easily become a death trap. But much of Florida is undeveloped and farm land.

Florida already has more toll road miles than any other state. So others are not paying for the dream rides.

So now with this mass migration occurring one would think planning ahead might be a good idea for how all of these new Floridians will get about. But alas. The new folks that have arrived have the “last in” syndrome. “Glad I made it”, but I think I will now worry about the wildlife, urban sprawl and the concern that new roads that could bring new communities to spring up.

So let’s get to the heart of the matter: The Proposal

Three proposed new toll roads would add about 330 miles more. (Aric Chokey / Orlando Sentinel)

One road would connect Florida’s Turnpike to the Suncoast Parkway at Crystal River in Citrus County; another would extend the Suncoast north to the Georgia line in Jefferson County, just east of Tallahassee. The third would cut through Florida’s heartland from Collier County in Naples north to Polk County, between Orlando and Tampa.

Florida already has more toll road miles than any other state. Three new toll roads would add about 330 miles more.

Orlando Sentinel:

The old tropes:

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Paving pristine rural areas for three politically-motivated toll roads made no sense even before the coronavirus raged across Florida.

But with COVID-19 hitting the state budget hard, forging ahead with these boondoggles represents a classic case of misguided priorities — right up there with the Cross-Florida Barge Canal.

Given the state’s precarious finances, even the new chairman of the budget-writing Senate Appropriations Committee, Sen. Kelli Stargel, R-Lakeland, is skeptical about the need for these rural roads. Florida’s soaring Medicaid caseloads and the pandemic’s effects on public school budgets are urgent needs, she said, while the state’s long-range infrastructure can wait.

The toll roads were the pet project of former Florida Senate President Bill Galvano, a Bradenton Republican, who made them his one demand in any deal sought by the Florida House and Gov. Ron DeSantis two years ago.

He also said the roads would create more hurricane escape routes, though Georgia officials have since said their roads aren’t prepared for new inroads from Florida. Besides, emergency planners now say it’s better for evacuees to shelter closer to home. ???

(From personal experience don’t count on this one.) My experience with Hurricane Irma.

But I digress:

Galvano also glossed over the dangers to water and wildlife, including the protected Florida panther.

The Bradenton Republican claimed the through-fares would nurture economic growth in isolated communities, even though a significant number of affected communities have since said they don’t want them.

Of course not. Yet the huddled masses will keep yearning to be free in Florida.

Having lived in the Fort Myers Cape Coral Naples area for a number of years, the highways are wonderful. Well marked, four lanes with beautifully landscaped median areas.

Don’t come to Florida bringing your nasty progressive voting habits and unwillingness to share a fine quality of life. Just think about being one of the millions of new voters in 2024. Remember from whence you came and the life you escaped. Share the road.

Gov DeSantis takes down a CNN reporter in brutal fashion

 

I will admit that this past week I have been trying to avoid much of the news. I am just sitting back holding my breath on Georgia and D.C.  Fox news has dwindled in my estimation and News Max… what can I say. But a good take down of a CNN reporter is worthy of recognition. I was looking for a feel good post…  Love this guy DeSantis.  But Florida rocks other than the hurricanes…. enjoy.

 

Have a great day…

Election Fraud? The Smith affidavit voter fraud claim UPDATE

All you need to do is read the affidavit links that I have enclosed if you have any question that there is election fraud going on in Florida.

Stealing elections is not a new thing for Broward County, Florida.

In November, 2016 a Florida election worker signed a sworn affidavit alleging that she witnessed rampant voter fraud occur behind closed doors.

Among the allegations she made, she said she witnessed election workers filling out blank ballots to benefit the candidate of their choice.

It’s a Democrat county, take a guess at what candidates they were supporting.

And when she reported the chicanery she witnessed she was told that she could not come back.

“Affidavit filed by Broward Election’s employee in support of Caldwell lawsuit provides eye witness account of Elections staff filling in blank ballots. When this was reported the employee was fired and told not to come back,” former Florida Lieutenant Governor Jeff Kottkamp wrote.

Here it is:

SMITH PART I (1)

SMITH PART II (2)

H/T: Federalist

Update: There are Still 7 House Seats ‘Too Close to Call’ – All Republican – Will GOP Leaders Allow Democrats to Steal These Seats Too?

Judge finds ‘unlawful’ ballot destruction in Wasserman-Schultz race

 

 

Ho hum. Debbie Wasserman-Schultz, who as head of the DNC rigged the primary for Hillary, ordered her own opponents ballots be destroyed. So goes the tweet. Meanwhile the witch hunt goes on for Russian meddling. All these horrendous stories, so little time, and who cares anyway:

 

MIAMI — The elections supervisor in Florida’s second-most populous county broke state and federal law by unlawfully destroying ballots cast in Rep. Debbie Wasserman Schultz’s 2016 Democratic primary, a judge ruled Friday in a case brought by the congresswoman’s challenger who wanted to check for voting irregularities.

In light of the ruling, Gov. Rick Scott’s administration — which has expressed concerns with how Broward County Election Supervisor Brenda Snipes has handled the case — told POLITICO that he’s reviewing the judge’s order and will have her office monitored.

SNIP…

Tim Canova, a Nova Southeastern University law professor who ran against Wasserman Schultz in 2016 and is challenging her again this year as an independent, said Scott should suspend Snipes for destroying the paper ballots while his lawsuit was ongoing. Snipes has said it was a mistake and has noted her office made copies of the ballots. (Laugh line here)

SNIP…

After Canova lost his Aug. 30, 2016 primary to Wasserman Schultz, Canova began voicing doubts when documentary filmmaker Lulu Friesdat posted a blog item calling the results of the primary race between Canova and Wasserman Schultz “improbable,” prompting the congresswoman to later accuse Canova of trafficking in conspiracy theories.

Wasserman Schultz’s office said it had nothing to do with the decision by Snipes’ office to destroy the ballots.

But Snipes’ lawyer, Norris-Weeks, insisted in one hearing that she “certainly could get [a sworn statement] from Debbie Wasserman Schultz” to say that “she knows that they’re preparing a documentary, and they’re running all around talking to different people trying to do that.”

Canova has denied the accusation but noted that it suggests communication between the two offices. Full story at  Politico

Spraying of chemical Naled comes to Miami, banned in 22 countries

The vision of crop dusters (actually helicopters) dive bombing Miami beach as tourists stretch out on the sand isn’t a pleasant one. Add that it is with a chemical Naled that has been banned in 22 countries in the European Union. But not to worry, the CDC, and the Surgeon General says it’s just fine. I would think if we can be mandated to “shelter in place” with a bit of police activity, this might be the time to mandate staying inside to reduce exposure and to make sure people are aware of the spraying at the least. As someone who lives part-time in Florida, I find it remarkable that we are and have been sprayed continuously without warning prior to any Zika virus, and everyone seemed to find it acceptable. Apparently now that spraying has come to Miami, a city, a question has been raised.

MIAMI BEACH (CBSMiami) — Dozens of protesters lined up in front of Miami Beach city hall as local leaders talked about a chemical causing debate in the Zika fight – Naled.

“This chemical was run out of Puerto Rico. It’s been banned in 22 European Unions and it’s the wrong message to be sent especially when you’re dealing with tourism here in Miami,” said business owner Chad Allison.

Mosquito control crews were set to spray Naled over Miami Beach, just like they did in Wynwood, starting Thursday but growing concerns from residents and local leaders prompted a delay.

“It came from the strong recommendation, from what we’ve been told, by the CDC, as well as the surgeon general, the Department of Agriculture and that decision, truly is solely made by the governor of the state of Florida,” said Levine on Tuesday.

Levine said he learned from the state on Tuesday through a news release that Florida Governor Rick Scott was mandating the spraying of Naled on the beach using its helicopters and its contractors – a decision that Mayor Gimenez is also supporting.

More with video at Miami CBS

Jade Helm – Is this how the elites will wage war in America?

To be honest, I have been paying small attention to the “Jade Helm” controversy that has been the concern of many micro bloggers. What with all of the scandals, a city aflame, a Congress out of control there just was little time.But when I caught Zero Hedge run a very well thought out post with a clip of activity in Fort Lauderdale, it made it to the front of the line. I encourage everyone to slide over and read the whole thing.

When elites wage war in America, this will be how they will do it

In the meantime, here is a taste of the post.

A late night military exercise conducted in a highly populated urban area of Florida has many residents wondering if there were intentions beyond the training aspect of the operation.

Federal crisis exercises have a strange historical tendency to suddenly coincide with very real crisis events. We may know very little about Jade Helm beyond government admissions, claims and misdirection. But at the very least, we know what “JADE” is an acronym for: Joint Assistance for Deployment and Execution, a program designed to create action and deployment plans using computer models meant to speed up reaction times for military planners during a “crisis scenario.” It is linked with another program called ACOA (Adaptive Course of Action), the basis of which is essentially the use of past mission successes and computer models to plan future missions. Both are products of theDefense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA).

As far as I know, no one has presented any hard evidence as to what “HELM” really stands for, but the JADE portion of the exercise explicitly focuses on rapid force deployment planning in crisis situations, according to the government white paper linked above. This fact alone brings into question statements by the Department of Defense that Jade Helm is nothing more than a training program to prepare military units for “foreign deployment.” This is clearly a lie if Jade Helm revolves around crisis events (which denotes domestic threats), rather than foreign operations.

Of course, if you also consider the reality that special operations forces ALWAYS train like they fight and train in environments similar to where they will fight, the entire notion of Jade Helm as a preparation for foreign theaters sounds absurd. If special operations forces are going to fight in Iraq, Iran or Syria, they go to training grounds in places like Kuwait. If they are training in places like Fort Lauderdale, Florida (including “infiltration training”), then there is no way around the fact that they are practicing to fight somewhere exactly like Fort Lauderdale with a similar culture and population.

I would further note that Jade Helm exercises are also joint exercises with domestic agencies like the FBI and the DEA.  Again, why include domestic law enforcement agencies in a military exercise merely meant to prepare troops for foreign operations?  I often hear the argument that the military would never go along with such a program, but people who take this rather presumptive position do not understand crisis psychology.  In the event of a national catastrophe many military personnel and government employees may determine that they will do what is “best for them and their families”.  And if following orders guarantees the security of their families (food security, shelter, etc), then they may very well follow any order, no matter how dubious.  Also, a large scale crisis could be used as a rationale for martial law; otherwise well meaning military men and women could be convinced that the loss of constitutional freedoms might be for the “greater good of the greater number”.  I believe some military will indeed resist such efforts, but of course, Jade Helm may also be a method for vetting such uncooperative people before any live operation occurs.

Read the whole thing at Zero Hedge

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