Monday, September 25, 2017






“That Washington-imposed policy of mass-immigration floods the market with foreign laborspikes profits and Wall Street values by cutting salaries for manual and skilled labor offered by blue-collar and white-collar employees. It also drives up real estate priceswidens wealth-gaps, reduces high-tech investment, increases state and local tax burdens, hurts kids’ schools and college education, pushes Americans away from high-tech careers, and sidelines at least 5 million marginalized Americans and their families, including many who are now struggling with opioid addictions.” ---- NEIL MUNRO

Donald Trump: I’ll Be ‘Campaigning Like Hell’ for Roy Moore If He Beats Luther Strange


President Donald Trump repeated his promise to campaign in Alabama for Roy Moore if he beat appointed Senator Luther Strange in the Republican Senate primary.

“I told Luther, and I have to say this, if his opponent wins, I’m going to be here campaigning like hell for him,” Trump said in an interview on the “Rick and Bubba” radio show on Monday morning.
But Trump stood by his endorsement of Strange, saying that the McConnell backed candidate was being “unfairly labeled” as “best friends of Mitch McConnell.”
“He doesn’t even know Mitch, I mean he met him a few months ago when he came to Washington, he got to know him a little bit, but he virtually doesn’t even know him,” Trump said. “You know politics is a dirty business, you guys might have figured that out by now.”
But Trump admitted that McConnell was increasingly unpopular.
“Mitch is not polling-wise the most popular guy in this country,” Trump said. 
Trump initially referred to Moore as “Ray,” prompting one of the hosts to correct him.
The president admitted that it was “not a good sign” for Moore if he did not know the candidate’s name.
“Luther was one of the most popular people in Alabama,” Trump said, admitting that getting appointed by the former governor made it more difficult for Strange in the race.
“I don’t know that much about Roy Moore,” Trump said. “Roy Moore is going to have a very hard time getting elected against the Democrat. Against Luther, they won’t even fight.”
Watch the interview below:


Steve Bannon: Alabama Senate Race Is ‘Corporate Money’ for Strange Versus ‘Grassroots Muscle’ for Moore


Breitbart News Executive Chairman Steve Bannon joined SiriusXM host Raheem Kassam on Monday’s Breitbart News Daily to talk about the Alabama GOP Senate primary, where Bannon is campaigning on behalf of Judge Roy Moore alongside Phil Robertson of Duck Dynasty fame and Nigel Farage.

Bannon said Monday night’s Faith and Family rally at the Oak Hollow Farm in Mobile would be a reunion for three of the “earliest all-in die-hard supporters of President Trump.”
“I was so honored to make the film Torchbearer that we were about to release in August when I jumped into the campaign,” Bannon said of Robertson. “In fact, I was teeing up, as we talked on the show on August 12, the last show I did in 2016, we were getting ready to release the picture that we had worked on for over a year, which was really a picture for the evangelical base to come out in September.”
A caller named Mary Ann, who said she was married to a retired military officer, told Bannon and Kassam that Sunday’s gestures of disrespect to the National Anthem were a “depressing” and “heartbreaking” spectacle that might have ended her lifelong football fandom. She agreed with Kassam that the game played in London was especially infuriating since some of the players knelt for the American anthem but stood for the “God Save the Queen.”
“What’s going through these people’s minds? What sort of philosophy does that tell you these guys have?” Kassam asked.
“A communist philosophy, a hatred for America,” Mary Ann replied.
“I’m going to stand by my people who died,” she declared. “Number One is our friend Chris Adams, who died in the Khobar Towers. He was one of 19 Americans that were killed in a terrible attack. I think, Steve, you know about that, and there’s plenty of literature on it to see what happened to them.”
“I have another friend, and it’ll be almost 25 years in November – it was a training mission, it wasn’t an attack, but he died in a two-141 collision over Montana. The two planes were out of McChord, they were on a training mission. He had just got reassigned, PCFed, I only think he was in Seattle for a couple of weeks,” Mary Ann continued.
“Giving your life in a training mission is giving your life for your country,” Bannon told Mary Ann. “You’ve just talked about why you shouldn’t be depressed. From every patriot grave, as Lincoln said, we’ve got this unbroken chain of patriotism, so I wouldn’t worry too much about this. This will pass.”
“It’s going to be a process,” he elaborated. “Clearly it’s a big, huge media story now. A thing you brought up yesterday is, what would people in the great Revolution – 1775, 1776, 1777, all the years it took us to fight the British – what would those guys be saying about guys who stood for ‘God Save the Queen’ and knelt for the National Anthem? I wonder what those patriots would have to say.”
Ted, a retired Air Force veteran who described himself as “100 percent Jewish,” called in to express his unwavering support for Bannon despite all the flack he’s taken from the mainstream media.
“The flack is because they don’t want to hear your voice,” said Bannon. “I’m just another schmendrick, as you would say. I’m just another guy. The reason they give me such a hard time is they don’t want to hear your voice. Your voice is the one they don’t want to hear. Trust me.”
“I want to thank you so much for not only standing up for the Jewish state, but you do stand for the Jewish people, and Breitbart has deep ties for supporting Israel, and standing behind and with Jews,” Ted said. “I’ve met Joel Pollak. He came to Atlanta. I’m from Mobile, by the way. I grew up in Mobile, Alabama, right across the bay from where you’re at right now.”
Ted offered one further insight on the NFL kneeling controversy: “The left are a bunch of bullies, and they’re using this thing on the field – the owners are bullies, the media are bullies, the players that are taking a knee are bullies, and guess who they all answer to? They don’t answer to the owners. They don’t answer to Goodell, who’s another bully. They answer to the fans! All of them answer to the fans, and the taxpayers who are subsidizing their stadiums. It’s out of control.”
“There’s no site in the United States that’s more pro-Israel, or pro-the Jewish people,” Bannon said after Ted’s praise of Breitbart News, praising Kassam personally for “doing such an amazing job on the plight of the Jews in Europe.”
“It’s one of the reasons we set up Breitbart News London. You guys have done an extraordinary job. We set up with Aaron Klein and the team over there in Israel, Breitbart Jerusalem. We’re at the cutting edge of this whole anti-BDS thing, and also the plight of young Jewish kids on these college campuses, following the plight of Ben Shapiro and other guys,” Bannon said, referring to the former Breitbart News editor whose campus appearances have been attacked by left-wing agitators.
“All the people who are at Breitbart now have such a long tradition of doing this stuff, too,” Kassam noted. “In 2012, I was over there for Operation Pillar of Defense that was going on that the time. My appendix exploded when I was in Israel. They had to give me an open appendectomy in an Israeli hospital. They couldn’t believe it when they took my passport out to check my details and saw that my name is Raheem Kassam, because of course ‘Qassam’ are the name of the rockets Hamas fires over the border in Gaza. I had the mayor of Sderot, the closest town to Gaza, laughing at me. He showed me, up against his wall, these huge shells of Qassam rockets out there.”
“People in this company have the longest-standing traditions for this stuff,” he said. “This is why the criticism doesn’t stand, doesn’t make any sense.”
Caller George from Oklahoma City said that Kassam and Farage, as citizens of the United Kingdom, are “messengers of what awaits us, if this country does not make the right decisions.”
“The political oppression that you two have gone through, it reminds me – you guys pay homage to one of your greatest statesmen, Winston Churchill. Never, never, never give up,” said George.
“George, you’ve nailed it right there. In fact, it was right at the 2012 election, I started looking at what was going on in a deeper manner,” Bannon responded.
“This is a great thing about the callers, they always get it right, is that seeing what was going on in Europe, and particularly in the United Kingdom, it looked like it could be a canary in the mine shaft. I think I flew over in like mid-2013 and saw Raheem. Remember, we started talking about launching the site. We met Raheem and Delingpole, we met Nigel and everything like that,” he recalled.
“We’ve always said, the United Kingdom and Europe is a canary in the mine shaft for the United States,” Bannon stressed.
Kassam said the “elephant in the room” that needed addressing about Monday night’s rally with Bannon, Farage, and Robertson supporting Roy Moore would be held at the same time Vice President Mike Pence was campaigning for his opponent Luther Strange, who has been endorsed by President Trump.
“We said from Day One when I stepped out of the White House, and Breitbart has been pretty adamant, we’re anti-Establishment,” said Bannon. “We think the Establishment has done a terrible job of having the president’s back in his cause, in his first year. I think it’s incumbent upon everybody to support President Trump. President Trump is doing as good a job as anybody could possibly ask, but he needs support.”
“I’ve got to tell you, the Establishment is not supporting him. Led by Mitch McConnell, it’s an open secret on Capitol Hill. You can see how they’ve handled this campaign, which is unacceptable and unsatisfactory,” he said.
“Let’s talk about it for a second,” Bannon continued. “If you add up the first round and the second round, over $30 million of corporate money – this corporatist donor, consultant, lobbyist, politician cabal, this cartel that runs Washington, D.C. They’ve taken over $30 million, and what have they done? This hasn’t been a policy discussion down here, Raheem. It’s the politics of personal destruction. It’s what Andrew Breitbart absolutely hated.”
“This is the absolute core base of the Trump revolution, the folks that are supporting Judge Moore. Sarah Palin, Phil Robertson, Nigel Farage, the Breitbart crew, Hannity, Ingraham, Levin, Gorka, Michael Savage – this is the hardest core of the Trump base. Of course, we support the President of the United States, but we understand that to support the President of the United States, you have to stand up to the Establishment. They don’t have his back. If $32 million is coming in from the Washington clique, Luther Strange is bought and paid for by the Establishment, by the cartel,” he warned.
A caller who used a pseudonym due to her deep involvement with Alabama politics said she was originally content with Luther Strange as a candidate for the Senate, but grew disenchanted with him due to allegations of corruption.
“I’m proud of our Alabama Republicans, the fact that we ousted a Republican governor for his corruption and for his moral failings,” she said. “That’s what we should stand for. Republicans don’t put up with that kind of mess. It’s unfortunate that his name is sullied, and you know Mitch McConnell is not liked in Alabama at all. Now that Luther Strange has hitched his personal to the Mitch McConnell bandwagon, it’s just a lose for him.”
She added that it was “annoying” and a “bad decision” for President Trump and Vice President Pence to back Strange, a decision Bannon said was based on “bad information” and “misinterpretation of some basic information” fed to the White House.
The caller added that Roy Moore is a “flawed candidate” and “arrogant” in her view, although she agreed with most of his positions. She concluded that she would probably vote for Moore, and hoped his general election campaign would focus on humility and overcoming his media caricature while highlighting “just how bad the Democrat message is.”
Bannon credited the knowledge provided by insightful callers and commenters to Breitbart News with shaping President Trump’s successful 2016 campaign.
“The wisdom of the American people, the wisdom of American working people, the middle class, comes through every day on this show,” he said. “This is more sophisticated analysis than you get on CNN.”
In response to a Canadian caller mourning the dreadfulness of his country’s politics, Bannon spoke of plans to launch Breitbart Canada, promising major announcements in the near future.
“We’re working on a lot of plans – international expansion and more detailed expansion, other verticals here in the United States like finance, and other areas, but international expansion particularly to our brothers up in Canada, which has got a great conservative base up there,” he said.
Kassam mentioned a Canadian bill purportedly banning “Islamophobia,” which would likely have prevented the publication of his own latest work, No Go Zones: How Sharia Law Is Coming to a Neighborhood Near You. Bannon praised the book as “one of the best books of the summer.”
“I don’t think it could even get published in the United Kingdom at this point without somebody bringing me to court over it,” Kassam lamented. “The book is so forthright about the problems that we’re facing. It sold a ton of copies, it went on the Publisher’s Weekly bestseller list, I know all the opposition have read it. Why haven’t there been any hit pieces against me for it? Because it’s all true. They can’t pick any of these things apart.”
After another caller expressed her disgust with the NFL players who knelt during the National Anthem, Kassam reflected that President Trump’s spat with the NFL, and his strong speech to the U.N. General Assembly, could be seen as a return to the voting base that felt disappointed and betrayed by Trump’s evidently softened position on amnesty for DACA illegal aliens.
Bannon said Trump’s criticism of the NFL players was born not from political calculation, but from Trump’s sincere belief that the flag and anthem should be properly respected.
“Donald Trump is a very traditional guy in this regard,” Bannon said. “I don’t think he’s going out of his way to try to pick fights. We’ll have to see how this thing plays out. I think this is going to be another one that’s going to be another issue that dominates several news cycles.”
Bannon said the Alabama Senate race, with its outsiders vs. Establishment overtones, was another example of the “Hobbits standing up against the Machine” trend in both American and European politics over the past few years – a phrase cribbed from Senator John McCain’s (R-AZ) notorious dismissal of Tea Party activists as Lord of the Rings “hobbits” in a Senate floor speech.
“This is a local election that has national implications,” he said. “It is the same fight everywhere throughout the world. Tonight you’re seeing it in Mobile, Alabama. Tomorrow you’ll see it in the entire state of Alabama as people go to the polls. It’s very symbolic, and I think, Raheem, it’s one of the reasons that we’ve gotten so involved in this thing. Once again, I’m very proud of Breitbart. This is one that six, eight weeks ago, we were telling the world that this is going to be very important, and now you see the top reporters from the Guardian, the Financial Times, NHK, BBC, CCTV – global media is here today.”
Bannon predicted that the fallout from the Alabama Senate race, where Moore is running well ahead of Strange in home-stretch polls, would include Senate Leadership Fund support for Moore in the general election, while big Establishment donors asking hard questions about how their money was spent in the primary.
“There’s going to be an uprising,” he said. “I think some of the large donors of Mitch McConnell are really questioning, if Mitch McConnell and Steven Law and that posse do not think they’re getting questioned, they’re getting questioned by their biggest donors. I happen to know this personally.”
“I think if you do what’s right in your heart, then you’re supporting Donald Trump,” Bannon advised Alabama voters considering a vote for Strange because of Trump’s endorsement. “You vote your heart, you do the right thing, and it’s going to turn out right.”
“This is a national race with global implications,” he said. “This is the little guy. There’s not one penny of donor money in the Roy Moore campaign. This is the little guy. This is corporate money versus grassroots muscle. We’re going to see how it plays out tomorrow. Some of the polls are trending, it looks quite good for Judge Moore, but you don’t know about these polls. I think it’s going to come down to turnout, and it’s going to come down to people being motivated.”
“One thing that’s going to change politics here is that this is all TV ads. Somebody told me yesterday that Luther Strange had very few live events throughout the weekend, but it was a barrage of commercials, unprecedented in Alabama,” he observed.
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“That Washington-imposed policy of mass-immigration floods the market with foreign laborspikes profits and Wall Street values by cutting salaries for manual and skilled labor offered by blue-collar and white-collar employees. It also drives up real estate priceswidens wealth-gaps, reduces high-tech investment, increases state and local tax burdens, hurts kids’ schools and college education, pushes Americans away from high-tech careers, and sidelines at least 5 million marginalized Americans and their families, including many who are now struggling with opioid addictions.” ---- NEIL MUNRO

Report: GOP Senators Push Amnesty for 2.5 Million Illegals


GOP Senator and outsourcing-advocate Sen. Thom Tillis will introduce legislation on Monday offering citizenship to more than 2. 5 million illegal immigrants who gain jobs, university places or military slots sought by young Americans, according to the McClatchy news service.

The legislation is being backed by Oklahoma Sen. James Lankford, despite broad public opposition to cheap-labor amnesties, and would allow the 2.5 million Democratic-leaning illegals to become citizens in 10 years.
The bill reflects Tillis’ hard-nosed push for greater use of foreign workers, in both the blue-collar H-2B program and the white-collar H-1B program. Many North Carolinacompanies, such including universities, are importing foreigners for white-collar jobs sought by young American graduates. In 2016, for example, companies in Charlotte, N.C., asked for almost 2,200 H-1B visas to import white-collar outsourcing workers. Tillis has repeatedly said he wants to let companies hire more cheap-labor blue-collar and white-collar contract workers. He was quoted by an Indian newspaper saying that any foreigners who get an advanced degree in the United States should be allowed to become citizens and compete against Americans for jobs.
Before being elected in 2006, he worked as a manager at IBM and at PricewaterhouseCoopers. Both firms are heavily involved in the white-collar outsourcing business.
A July poll showed Tillis’ approval as low as 29 percent in his home state, according to McClatchy. Tillis is up for reelection in 2020. Lankford was elected in 2016, so he will not face the voters until 2022.
A rival amnesty proposal, which is dubbed the Dream Act, is being pushed by the Democratic leadership. It would offer fast-track citizenship to 3.3 million younger illegalsin as little as five years, and allow the new citizens to win green cards for their at-home relatives. The 3.3 million number includes the roughly 690,000 current beneficiaries of the expiring “DACA” amnesty.
The Lankford-Tillis legislation does not require funds for a border wall, and it does not implement any of the wage-boosting immigration-cutbacks which are included in the popularwage-boosting RAISE Act, which was drafted Arkansas Sen. Tom Cotton and Georgia Sen. David Perdue, and is backed by President Donald Trump.
According to McClatchy:
Sen. Thom Tillis will introduce his “conservative Dream Act” on Monday that would provide a pathway to citizenship for as many as 2.5 million young undocumented immigrants, but one that is long and involves “extreme vetting.”
The North Carolina Republican and cosponsor James Lankford, an Oklahoma Republican, will pitch the plan as “merit-based” relief that must be earned — and, critically, not “amnesty,” according to Republican talking points obtained by McClatchy. But unlike other merit-based immigration proposals that limit new immigrants from entering the country based on their job skills, this proposal would limit who can remain in the country based on their years of American education, work experience or military service.
The amnesty legislation included many apparent tests, steps, and requirements for the illegal immigrants to help counter the public’s election-tested opposition to amnesty. However, the McClatchy report does not say if these tests are different from normal immigration reviews, it does not provide details on which agency will oversee the tests, and it does not say if illegals who fail the tests will be sent home.
According to the report:
All applicants will have to pass a medical examination and be “extreme vetted.” The vetting will include three separate rounds of security and background checks to ensure they have no criminal history and pose no national security threat. The first check would happen when the immigrant enters the program followed by a second check after five years. The third check comes after 15 years, if and when the immigrant applies to become a citizen.
The McClatchy report did not offer any expected price tag for the Tillis bill. However, Breitbart has calculated that cost of the Dream Act cost $115 billion in the first ten years, just for Obamacare costs. Costs would rise further when the illegals say on Obamacare, and when they sponsor their foreign relations to become U.S. citizens.
The Tillis-Lankford bill is based on the Recognizing America’s Children (RAC) Act, introduced by Florida Republican Rep. Carlos Curbelo. According to McClatchy:
The proposal would grant high school graduates without a serious criminal record conditional immigration status for a five-year period. During that time, if they earn a higher-education degree, serve in the military or stay employed, they could apply for permanent residency and, eventually, citizenship.
The Curbelo bill is lauded by the industry-boosted Niskanen Center, which strongly supports companies’ easy use of foreign workers. The center claims Curbelo’s matching legislation would offer citizenship to 2.5 million illegals. The extra workers would expand the size of the economy by $79 billion after ten years, according to the center, which does not say if the extra labor will help employed and unemployed Americans win higher wages and salaries.
The McClatchy report also says the TIllias-Lankford legislation is backed by the New American Economy business group. Three members of the group’s six-member leadershipwere Democratic politicians, and the other three are the chairmen of  Marriott Hotels, Walt Disney, and News Corp.
Four million Americans turn 18 each year and begin looking for good jobs. However, the government imports roughly 1 million legal immigrants to compete against Americans for jobs.
The government also hands out almost 3 million short-term work permits to foreign workers. These permits include roughly 330,000 one-year OPT permits for foreign graduates of U.S. colleges, roughly 200,000 three-year H-1B visas for foreign white-collar professionals, and 400,000 two-year permits to DACA illegals.
That Washington-imposed policy of mass-

immigration floods the market with foreign 

laborspikes profits and Wall Street 

values by cutting salaries for manual and 

skilled labor offered by blue-collar and white-

collar employees. It also drives up real estate 

priceswidens wealth-gaps, reduces high-

tech investment, increases state and local tax 

burdens, hurts kids’ schools and college 

education, pushes Americans away from high-

tech careers, and sidelines at least 5 million 

marginalized Americans and their families, 

including many who are now struggling 

with opioid addictions.
Americans tell pollsters that they strongly oppose amnesties and cheap-labor immigration, even as most also want to favor legal immigrants, and many even sympathize with illegals.
Amid the huge inflow of new workers, wages for men have remained flat since 1973, and the percentage of working Americans has declined steadily for the last few decades.

Digital Enforcement: Effects of E-Verify on Unauthorized Immigrant Employment and Population
By Pia Orrenius and Madeline Zavodny
Federal Reserve Bank of Dallas Special Report, September 2017 

JEFF SESSION’S LONG BATTLE FOR THE AMERICAN WORKER  He is the only one in the country that has consistently spoken out for the AMERICAN WORKER!

Sessions should keep dragging Trump out of his amnesty closet and build the wall against NARCOMEX!

Los Angeles’ Mexican tax-free underground economy is estimated to be in excess of $2 BILLION PER YEAR.

Here’s how it breaks down; will make you want to be an illegal!

A Nation unravels and Mexico invades, occupies and loots


REPORT: The assault to finish off the American middle-class is NOT over

“The report noted that many illegals don't have jobs or have difficulty in landing good jobs because of local laws.”

“However, it identified several states that have begun easing employment laws so that illegals can get a job.”