Thursday, December 21, 2017


Congress Ready to Investigate Bombshell Report that Obama Derailed Hezbollah Investigation for Iran Deal

Congress Ready to Investigate Bombshell Report that Obama Derailed Hezbollah Investigation for Iran Deal
Some lawmakers are incensed, but not wholly surprised by this week's bombshell report from Politico that the Obama administration knowingly derailed an anti-Hezbollah investigation because it would have threatened the nuclear deal with Iran. 
The Drug Enforcement Administration was so convinced that Hezbollah was amassing $1 billion a year from drug and weapons trafficking that it started Project Cassandra in 2008, an under cover investigation, to follow the money. Yet, according to Politico's sources, the Justice and Treasury departments "delayed, hindered or rejected" requests from project members as they sought answers.
Rep. Ron DeSantis (R-FL) expected such meddling from the Obama White House, but even he was surprised as to the extent of the interference.
"I've long believed that the Obama administration could not have done any more to bend over backwards to appease the Iranian regime, yet news that the Obama administration killed the investigation into a billion dollar drug ring that lined the terrorist group Hezbollah's pockets in order to save its coveted Iran deal may very well take the cake," DeSantis said.
"Hezbollah is a brutal terrorist group with American blood on its hands and it would be unconscionable for American policy to deliberately empower such a nefarious group," he said.
DeSantis's National Security subcommittee will be "particularly interested" in finding the truth, he added. Congressional investigators are currently drafting letters for several government agencies.
We've had our suspicions about Obama's Iranian nuclear deal for quite some time. A New York Times Magazine report in May 2016 revealed that the administration went to some length to spin a narrative that we were negotiating with a regime that was becomingly increasingly moderate. We now know that wasn't true and Deputy National Security Adviser Ben Rhodes was simply acting like a "storyteller."






“Heroin is not produced in the United States. Every gram of heroin present in the United States provides unequivocal evidence of a failure of border security because every gram of heroin was smuggled into the United States. Indeed, this is precisely a point that Attorney General Jeff Sessions made during his appearance before the Senate Judiciary Committee hearing on October 18, 2017 when he again raised the need to secure the U.S./Mexican border to protect American lives.” Michael Cutler …

Investigators Blame Murdered Mexican Journalist’s Death on Cartel Ties

While the United Nations is condemning the murder of another Mexican journalist who was killed while watching his son’s Christmas pageant, government officials doubted the victim’s current profession and accused him of having ties to a criminal organization.

This week, a team of gunmen entered a school in Acayucan, Veracruz, where they shot and killed Gumaro Perez Aguilando while he was watching his son take part in a Christmas pageant, Breitbart Texas reported. 
Soon after the murder, the Office of the High Commissioner of the United Nations Humans Rights issued a news release condemning the murder. According to the statement, Perez Aguilando was the target of threats and assaults in 2012 and 2014 directly related to his journalistic endeavors, Mexico’s Revista Proceso reported.
Perez Aguilando’s murder was also condemned by the U.S. Ambassador to Mexico. Rebeca Jacobson said she was offended by the “cowardly murder”.
Me ofende la muerte de Gumaro Pérez Aguilando de La Voz del Sur en . Cobardes asesinos que lo mataron frente a su hijo en una escuela primaria. Indignada por la pérdida de un valiente periodista más en Mexico.  para su familia.  
Despite the condemnations from international bodies, the Veracruz Attorney General’s Office (FGE) issued new information on the case claiming that Perez Aguilando had stopped working as a journalist years before and his murder was not tied to investigative work. Soon after, the FGE issued a new press release claiming the murder was directly linked to Perez Aguilando’s activities with a criminal organization and died by rivals’ hands. The Veracruz government claimed that the victim visited a cartel leader in prison several times and had other evidence in the case.
Of the more than a dozen journalists murdered in Mexico, three of them were killed in Veracruz. According to the UN, the attacks occurred despite an official protection program for journalists in place since 2015.
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Twice Deported Criminal Alien Tagged in Texas Cold Case Murder

Texas prosecutors charged a two-time deported criminal alien from Mexico in the cold case murder of a Texas auto shop owner. The foreign national is currently in federal prison following a conviction for illegal re-entry after removal.

Juan Eduardo Meraz-Flores is charged in the murder of a Fort Worth, Texas, auto shop owner in January 2007. The victim,  Jose “Martin” Muñoz, reportedly got in an argument with a customer who allegedly pulled a gun and shot him in the head, the Fort Worth Star-Telegram reported. Muñoz left behind a widow and three children.
After recently re-opening the case, Fort Worth detectives tied evidence collected at the scene to the previously deported criminal alien who is currently in custody in federal prison, the newspaper reported.
U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement officers reported that Meraz-Flores has a long criminal and immigration history. His record includes drug possession, evading arrest, and criminal mischief and dates back to 2003. Immigration officials removed him from the country on two separate occasions in 2005 and 2009.
In 2014, Fort Worth police and ICE Homeland Security Investigation agents arrested Meraz-Flores during the Dallas Operation Community Shield Task Force operation. Federal prosecutors in the Northern District of Texas charged him will illegal entry after removal and sentenced him to 30 months in prison.
Following an “Out of the Cold” podcast by the Star-Telegram, police tied Meraz-Flores to the alleged murder and arranged for new charges to be filed, ICE reported.
“As law enforcement officers, we never know when the run-of-the-mill immigration case will reveal a more significant criminal history,” Enforcement and Removal Operations Dallas Field Office Director Bret Bradford. “Fort Worth police were able to quickly find an accused murderer in federal custody because our ICE officers did their due diligence to present him for prosecution for re-entry. We’ll never know if their actions saved other lives in this case, but there’s no doubt they helped — and continue to help — prevent crimes.”
“We know that this is really good big step, and we’re happy for that,” Muñoz’ oldest daughter, Viviana Munoz-Cardos, told the Star Telegram. “But at the same time, we’re really cautious in feeling too excited because we know there’s still a long way to go.”
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Suspect Who Allegedly Wounded a Female Deputy with Shotgun Is an Illegal Immigrant

The suspect who allegedly shot a Humboldt County sheriff’s deputy with a shotgun on Sunday is an illegal immigrant from Mexico.

He was deported in 2015.
According to the Times Standard, Humboldt County Sheriff William Honsal said 30-year-old Hugo Parral-Aguirre allegedly shot the female deputy in the shoulder with a 12 gauge shotgun.
The incident began shortly after midnight Sunday, when deputies were called about a dispute on a Ferndale dairy farm. Honsal indicated that “a deputy and a sheriff’s sergeant arrived on scene shortly before 12:50 a.m. in marked vehicles and approached a small barn-like structure on the property.” As they approached a woman emerged from the residence claiming that she was being held captive by Parral-Aguirre. Moreover, she alleged that Parral-Aguirre was trespassing.
The deputy and sergeant drew their guns after the woman said Parrel-Aguirre was armed. They approached the barn where he was holed up, only to have Parral-Aguirre allegedly fire one 12 gauge shell at the female deputy. She was struck on the shoulder, just above her bullet-proof vest. Parral-Aguire was then shot three times, as the deputy and sergeant opened fire.
Honsal said the outcome was “lucky,” as the deputy’s shotgun wound could have proven fatal is “a few inches away.”
Parral-Aguirre was later located in the lower floor of the residence and arrested by SWAT after he “refused orders in both Spanish and English.” His wounds were not life-threatening.
The deputy is in stable condition.
Honsal told reporters that “Parral-Aguirre had previously been arrested by the sheriff’s office on suspicion of battery in 2008, and had been transferred to a federal prison for entering the country illegally before voluntarily returning to Mexico.” He was also “deported by the U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement agency in 2015.”
On October 5, 2017, the San Francisco Chronicle reported that Gov. Jerry Brown (D) signed legislation making California a “sanctuary state.” Brown’s move increased protections for illegal immigrants residing in California.
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Every day there are 12 Americans (Legals) murdered and 8 children molested by LA RAZA OCCUPYING MEXICANS!

Mark Levin: ‘There Is a Big, Ugly Side to Illegal Immigration’

Thursday on Levin TVnationally syndicated radio show host Mark Levin warned about the dangers of illegal immigration saying, “There is a big, ugly side of illegal immigration,” Levin said. “There’s all kinds of crimes being committed by people who aren’t supposed to be here.”

Mexico, the U.S. Tax-supported La Raza Fascist Party of UNIDOSus Endorses Democrat Candidate Doug Jones For His Advocacy of Amnesty and La Raza Supremacy Over American Workers

Everyday there are 12 Americans murdered and 8 children molested by Mexicans!

Steinle’s murderer, Jose Zarate and been deported 5xs!

"While walking with her father on a pier in San Francisco in 2015, Steinle was shot by the illegal alien. Steinle pleaded with her father to not let her die, but she soon passed in her father’s arms."

Campus Leftists Tear Down Kate Steinle Posters at UC San Diego

Left-wing students at the University of California San Diego tore down posters featuring the late Kate Steinle, the 32-year-old who was killed by an illegal alien in “sanctuary city” San Francisco in 2015.

But instead of punishing them for violating free speech rights, the university’s Office for the Prevention of Harassment & Discrimination is reportedly investigating Gregory Lu, the student who put up the posters, for “bias.”
The College Fix reported Wednesday:
On the evening of Dec. 7, Gregory Lu hung 150 posters of Steinle’s smiling face with the words “She had dreams too” in highly traversed areas across campus that other students typically hang items on, such as bulletin boards and the free speech area.
Four days later, an investigator with the Office for the Prevention of Harassment & Discrimination emailed Lu asking to meet with him.
“Our office received an online incident report and I would like to schedule a time to speak with you about it. Are you free this week by phone or in person,” the investigator asked in his email, a copy of which was obtained by The College Fix.
Lu, who has since reportedly contacted an attorney, told the College Fix that he was certain the investigation was related to the posters. All of the posters were torn down, apparently, as Lu was followed by students as he put them up.
The posters were sponsored by a new student group called Right Wing West, which Lu is part of, according to the College Fix.
Right Wing West posted video of left-wing students tearing down posters of Steinle at the University of Washington.
The campus chapter of the College Democrats had condemned the posters in a statementreleased on Facebook, calling the posters “racist propaganda” that “target[ed] undocumented students.” The College Democrats further said that the posters “intended to stoke racial hatred, create feelings of intimidation, and incite fear,” and that the posters “inflict[ed] violence.”
Last year, a student newspaper sued the University of California San Diego after the publication was defunded by the student government, following an issue in which it mocked “safe spaces” and “trigger warnings.”
In 2015, the student government at the University of California Irvine voted to take down an American flag that had been displayed in a student center, saying that the flag created a “hostile environment” and that it was a “tool to silence people.”
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Correction: This article originally stated that video footage showed the posters being torn down at the University of California San Diego, but in fact the video showed a separate, similar incident at the University of Washington in which the posters had been put up by the College Republicans.