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Sunday, December 31, 2017

ISIS Will Abuse Our Rights To Terrorize Us

‘American ISIS’ fighter says terrorists should murder Americans with ‘2nd Amendment’

December 30, 2017
‘American ISIS’ fighter says terrorists should murder Americans with ‘2nd Amendment’Image Source: Screenshot
An English-speaking jihadist with an American accent called upon fellow Muslims to use our own Constitutional guarantees against us.
In a video uploaded to YouTube, an alleged Islamic State terrorist calling himself Abu Salih al-Amriki told U.S. jihadists to “take advantage of the gun laws” that Americans enjoy because of the Second Amendment, according to Stars and Stripes, a newspaper that focuses and reports on matters concerning the members of the United States Armed Forces.

Use U.S. laws against us

Al-Amriki, who was dressed in khaki fatigues and armed with a holstered pistol, spoke in what sounds like a New York City accent.
“Take advantage of the fact that you can easily obtain a rifle or a pistol in America,” the fighter implored. “Spray the kuffar [infidels] with bullets so that their fear of the Muslims rises and they continue to reveal their hatred towards Islam.”
The SITE Intelligence Group, which tracks Islamist militant media, also published a copy of the video. Watch the clip below.

President mocked

Al-Amriki also mocked President Donald Trump, and referred to him as a “dog of Rome.” Speaking directly to the president, he said:
You entered into the White House on the back of your crusader rhetoric, which the fake media has pressured you to tone down.
Your feelings and hatred towards Islam has already been revealed … you are now witnessing your fake victory.
Your war against Islam has only made your homeland more vulnerable and your society is cracking into chaos.

ISIS attack a growing concern

Neither the Department of Homeland Security nor the FBI have been able to confirm al-Amriki’s identity, and had no immediate comment on the veracity of his claims.
Stars and Stripes reported:
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But the possibility that ISIS followers in the United States will acquire powerful weapons by legal means has been a growing concern of American counterterrorism officials.
Just last week, the outgoing director of the National Counterterrorism Center, Nicholas Rasmussen, told reporters that permissive U.S. gun laws enable mass murders who want to carry out large-scale attacks.
“We find ourselves in a more dangerous situation because our population of violent extremists has no difficulty gaining access to weapons that are quite lethal,” Rasmussen said. “I wish that weren’t so.”
The answer, then, would be to prevent the violent extremists from entering the country, something Trump has been trying to accomplish through his travel ban and by strengthening border security. Democrats and the courts have been fighting him on both, however.
In a response to the New York terror attacks this November, (carried out with a truck, not a gun), mayor Bill De Blasio said: “even in the depths of our grief, we will not stop being who we are and we will not change our values. And I have to just thank all the people of New York City for the way they addressed this crisis by immediately showing the terrorists would not change our way of life.”
De Blasio’s words were meant to curb the growth of anti-Islam sentiment, but they could just as well be applied to the protection of constitutional guarantees. Our 2nd amendment rights, like our open societal norms, should not be infringed in the name of anti-terrorism.

Attacking First Ladies Always Ends Up Bad For The Attacker

Trump SILENCES Melania Trump attackers

Bill Clinton once wanted to punch a newspaper columnist in the nose for calling Hillary Clinton a “congenital liar.” Ronald Reagan complained about the “bum rap” Nancy Reagan got for buying White House china. George H.W. Bush defended Barbara Bush after female students objected to her as their commencement speaker because she dropped out of college to marry him.
There’s a long tradition of presidents defending their first ladies, and it’s now President Donald Trump’s turn.
Trump pushed back recently after Vanity Fair magazine, citing an anonymous source, reported that Melania Trump didn’t want to become first lady “come hell or high water” and that she didn’t think it would happen. Trump also took offense at the magazine’s assertion that he also never thought he’d be elected.
Not known to back away when he feels that he or a loved one has been slighted, the president rose to his wife’s defense hours after she pulled off one of the most high-profile first lady projects: decorating the White House for Christmas.
“Melania, our great and very hard working First Lady, who truly loves what she is doing, always thought that ‘if you run, you will win,’ Trump tweeted. “She would tell everyone that, ‘no doubt, he will win.’ I also felt I would win (or I would not have run) – and Country is doing great!”
It wasn’t the first time, or the last time Trump felt compelled to stand up for his former fashion model spouse.
He complained in an October television interview about the “tremendous abuse” she endured for leaving the White House in her signature stilettos as she joined him on a recent trip to survey hurricane damage in Texas. Sharp critiques about her footwear lit up social media as soon as departure photos of the Trumps were posted. Mrs. Trump changed into sneakers during the flight.

“She’s taken tremendous abuse,” Trump said in the interview with former Arkansas Gov. Mike Huckabee on Trinity Broadcasting Network. “She wants to look, out of respect for the White House, wants to look good leaving the front entrance to the White House. So she dresses up and she puts on formal shoes, high heels, and she leaves the White House going to Texas.”
Trump said his wife is a private person and “she doesn’t need this,” meaning the criticism. “But she does like to help people. She sees how important it is.”
Vanity Fair also took a big hit on Thursday from Trump, following their release of a video mocking Hillary Clinton — that has sparked a major uproar.
After the publication shared their video, they received plenty of backlash that called their staff sexist towards women. Vanity Fair was quick to apologize and state that they had “missed the mark.”
Trump took to Twitter to share their annoyance with how the publication handled their latest scandal — how could they so easily apologize for a minor mockery of Hillary, but not apologize for slandering the Trump family?

Katherine Jellison, an Ohio University history professor who studies first ladies, said other presidents’ wives had experience in the political spotlight where everything is dissected, unlike Melania Trump, whose professional experience before the White House largely consisted of fashion runways, red carpets and motherhood.
“This kind of scrutiny that Melania Trump is encountering as first lady and follows every first lady is a new experience for her,” Jellison said. “And another difference is she’s married to a man who is quick to respond to anything he sees as a slight or a criticism. I guess that includes comments regarding his wife.”

The first lady is no pushover, though. Like her husband, Mrs. Trump will fight back and did so after the president’s first wife, Ivana, referred to herself as “first lady” while promoting her memoir. Ivana Trump also said she speaks with the president about every two weeks and has a direct line to the White House.
The first lady’s spokeswoman, Stephanie Grisham, blasted Ivana Trump’s statement as “attention-seeking and self-serving noise.”
Presidents are spouses, too, and some have reacted as would any husband who thinks his wife is being unfairly criticized, Jellison said.
Reagan complained at a 1981 news conference about the “bum rap” his wife was getting over the purchase of new china settings at the same time the administration was cutting school lunches. Reagan said the White House hadn’t had a complete set of china since Harry Truman, some three decades earlier, and that a full table couldn’t be set for a state dinner without mixing existing china patterns.

Nancy Reagan had ordered a Lenox service for 220 people, each setting containing 19 pieces, “at cost” or $209,000. Reagan said it was a private gift at no expense to taxpayers.
George H.W. Bush defended Barbara Bush’s role as a wife and mother after Wellesley College’s invitation for her to speak at commencement in 1990 irritated some in the all-female student body. The first lady had dropped out of Smith College after two years to marry Bush.
Asked about the dustup, the president joked at a news conference that he wouldn’t argue with the students’ view that his wife’s accomplishments were largely derived from marriage to him. He added that “these young women can have a lot to learn from Barbara Bush and from her unselfishness and from her advocacy of literacy and of being a good mother and a lot of other things.”
Clinton had a more forceful reaction in 1996 after New York Times columnist William Safire called Hillary Clinton a “congenital liar” following revelations about her involvement in an Arkansas land deal known as Whitewater, and her role in a controversy involving dismissals at the White House travel office.

Mike McCurry, the White House spokesman, said Clinton, “if he were not the president, would have delivered a more forceful response to that on the bridge of Mr. Safire’s nose.”
The Associated Press contributed to this article.

Trump And Churchill--Two Men Who Faced Extraordinary Threats Both Inside And Outside Their Countries

Mike Huckabee just compared Trump to… WHO!?

As he watched the movie “The Darkest Hour,” former Arkansas Governor Mike Huckabee was reminded of what a true leader looks like — and it looks a lot like President Donald Trump.
Huckabee tweeted on Tuesday that he could not help but notice very similar traits between the former British Prime Minister Winston Churchill and Trump. Churchill was famous for his “never quit” attitude that flew in the face of pacifists that urged a surrender to Nazi Germany during World War Two… and he was hated by the media and liberals for it.

Liberals also freaked out when Huckabee commented on the comparison between former British Prime Minister Neville Chamberlain and former President Barack Obama, both of whom have been criticized for offering appeasement to bullies.
Huckabee tweeted —
As Huckabee described, Churchill’s straight-forward, “get tough and fight” attitude was heavily criticized by career politicians and the British media.
Does that remind you of anyone?
In his first year, Trump has pushed forward new tax reform laws and boasts of major accomplishments — and the media hates him for it.

Liberals want a leader that bows to foreign globalists, not one that stands up to them. They want a president that opens our borders and apologizes for America, not a leader that stands for “America First” and demands our allies do their fair share.
As for Chamberlain, Churchill’s predecessor, he was historically known for rolling over and surrendering Czechoslovakia to Nazi Germany — and Huckabee is right, that also reminds us of someone.
Still, social media users did not appreciate the comparison between Chamberlain and Obama.

Isn’t it a shame that these idiots voluntarily buy the lies that the media and liberal leaders feed them?