Wolff could ask, ‘Whom do you believe, your eyes or my words?’ “
Read my post, Your lyin’ eyes.
Michael Knowles highlights what Pres. Trump was doing,
Bannon and Wolffe, debunked,
Best news on the Hemisphere for a very long time,
How Trump Is Going After Hezbollah in America’s Backyard. The pro-Iranian militant group is up to no good in Latin America—and U.S. officials are pushing back.
The administration’s counter-Hezbollah campaign is an interagency effort that includes leveraging diplomatic, intelligence, financial and law enforcement tools to expose and disrupt the logistics, fundraising and operational activities of Iran, the Qods Force and the long list of Iranian proxies from Lebanese Hezbollah to other Shia militias in Iraq and elsewhere. But in the words of Ambassador Nathan Sale, the State Department coordinator for counterterrorism, “Countering Hezbollah is a top priority for the Trump administration.” Since it took office, the Trump administration has taken a series of actions against Hezbollah in particular—including indictments, extraditions, public statements and issues rewards for information on wanted Hezbollah terrorist leaders—and officials are signaling that more actions are expected, especially in Latin America. Congress has passed a series of bills aimed at Hezbollah as well. The goal, according to an administration official quoted by POLITICO, is to “expose them for their behavior.” The thinking goes: Hezbollah cannot claim to be a legitimate actor even as it engages in a laundry list of illicit activities that undermine stability at home in Lebanon, across the Middle East region and around the world.
Read the full article. It ends with, “Expect some aggressive disruption.”
As Capt. Picard used to say, “make it so.”
Linked to by Pirate’s Cove. Thank you!
According to the post, there were three sources of funding:
The unknown first client,
The second: Hillary/DNC,
The third: The FBI, who apparently offered, but didn’t, pay.
I have questions.
Full video of today’s press conference,
A woman can dream.
Read my post, Will NAFTA expire in 5 years?
And more aid arrives,
Read my post, Pres. Trump goes to #PuertoRico
I’m having some computer issues, so blogging may be light. Your patience is appreciated.
Ed Morrissey has the skinny on Trump & the mayor of San Juan.
Commenter old Timer adds,
Intensive care wards: 80 beds
Recovery wards: 20 beds
Intermediate care wards: 280 beds
Light care wards: 120 beds
Limited care wards: 500 beds
Total Patient Capacity: 1000 beds
Operating Rooms: 12
Trump temporarily lifts Jones Act to bolster Puerto Rico relief
THANK YOU MR. PRESIDENT
In addition to all the aide en route to and already in Puerto Rico, in the very short term the best thing the Trump administration can do is to waive the Jones Act (a.k.a. Merchant Marine Act of 1920).
Pres. Trump is visiting PR next Tuesday. I urge you to call the White House at Comments: 202-456-1111
Switchboard: 202-456-1414, and email, right now urging the President to suspend the Jones Act during this emergency.