November 20th, 2014
The Rush Limbaugh Show
By Rush Limbaugh
You remember last week we had some laughs and some yuks because Biden was down in Central America, El Salvador or somewhere? Everybody thought that he committed a huge gaffe. He didn't, but they thought he did. He was making a speech in public with a bunch of Central American leaders, and he basically promises parents and kids that we're gonna make the trip to America safer for you from now on.
No more 45 days on a train. We're gonna fly you to America.
Everybody said, "What the hell is that? What an idiot! My God, he's letting the cat out of the bag. Here's Joe Biden, once again blowing it." No, he didn't. He was just a week ahead of the official announcement, which I have here in my formerly nicotine-stained fingers. (shuffling paper) Right here it is, ladies and gentlemen, from the United States Department of State and the US Department of Homeland Security, I read verbatim.
"The United States is establishing an in-country refugee/parole program in El Salvador, Guatemala, and Honduras to provide a safe, legal, and orderly alternative to the dangerous journey that some children are currently undertaking to the United States. This program will allow certain parents who are lawfully present in the United States to request access to the US Refugee Admissions Program for their children still in" El Salvador, Guatemala or Honduras.
So the State Department, in a press release, has announced what Biden said last week. And, by the way, it's gonna work both ways. The children who came here all this past year, if their parents can be found and identified, they, too, will be flown north and reunited in the United States, which explains what this whole minor migration was all about. It explains what it was all about!
You get the kids here. "We can't be responsible for breaking up families! So if the children are here, and if we can find their parents, we'll bring 'em here." Now we know why the parents let them go. We're all asking this past year, "What kind of parent would let her 8-year-old get on a train with a whole bunch of strangers? What kind of characters are they gonna find on there? Hobos, rapists, muggers, purse snatchers, whatever?
"Why would you let your 8-year-old get on a train for 45 days to the United States, even if the economy in your own country is in bad shape? What parent would do that?" The answer is: "A parent who will use the child getting to America as the ticket for them to get there to join the child." So what Obama's gonna announce Thursday, folks, is just the tip of the iceberg.
We're gonna grant amnesty, i.e., we're not gonna deport whatever, five million. We're not deporting anybody anyway, not in great numbers. In addition to that, we're not gonna shut down the border. We're not gonna make one more move on border security whatsoever. We're gonna start flying people from Central America up here, and these are three countries, remember, that are not Mexico.
There's a quirk in the immigration law which says that children arriving in the United States from countries other than Mexico cannot be sent back. All of a sudden we've got tens, maybe hundreds of thousands of them storming the border, and everybody's scratching their head saying, "Why? What's causing this?" It's all been a plan. ....
November 20th, 2014
By LEO HOHMANN
Sheriffs around the country are planning to march on the nation’s capital, hoping to send a message to President Obama and Congress that they oppose amnesty for illegal immigrants.
The Dec. 10 rally in Washington, D.C., is being organized by two sheriffs from Massachusetts – Bristol County Sheriff Thomas Hodgson and Plymouth County Sheriff Joseph McDonald.
They have challenged America’s other sheriffs, asking for at least 200 of them to join in paying a visit to the Capitol to make a stand against amnesty and plead for Congress and the president to secure the border. More than 20 have already signed up to participate, Hodgson told WND.
The march will culminate in a meeting with Republican leaders at the Capitol building regarding possible legislation to secure the border “once and for all.”
Hodgson has sent a letter to sheriffs nationwide asking them to join him in the rally.
He told WND he’s already heard from 20 to 25 sheriffs who have committed to join him on the trip to Washington. The letter states in part:
“As you know, the policies of recent years that encourage immigrants to illegally enter our country have created serious threats to our domestic and national security. The citizens of our nation are counting on the American Sheriffs to fulfill our oath to preserve law and order and live up to our responsibilities as guardians of the United States Constitution.
“Given the fact that 25 people are killed each day by illegal immigrants, and our schools are becoming overcrowded and more costly, our public health is threatened by new diseases and ailments introduced by people living in our communities illegally, and the fact that benefits are being given and violations of the law forgiven for a select group of non-citizens, makes clear our obligation to act now before we erode the confidence and the faith citizens have in Sheriffs across the country and throughout our history.”
Hodgson told WND that sheriffs across this country “are tired of being marginalized, either by the inaction of Congress or the overreaction by the president of the United States, who have put us in this situation.”
Hodgson said he started thinking about planning the march while at the National Sheriffs Association Conference in Dallas-Fort Worth earlier this year.
“One of the things I raised was that the people of the United States have always looked to the American sheriff as someone who looks out for public safety and they are not looked at in a partisan way, so it seemed to me we need to stand up to support the border sheriffs,” Hodgson said. “We all have become border sheriffs.”
He said President Obama’s 2012 executive order allowing illegals to stay in the country for two years and entitling them to a hearing, “caused all sorts of problems” for law enforcement.
“The word got out and the cartels realized immediately that was a great way to make money, and it has netted them millions and millions of dollars smuggling people to the border,” Hodgson said. “That was done with the stroke of a pen in June 2012, which was an election year.”
Obama ready to act
Now Obama is about to go even further, planning to announce a sweeping amnesty plan for millions of illegal immigrants Thursday evening.
Just after 12 p.m. Wednesday, the White House posted a Facebook announcement that reads as follows:
“It’s time to fix our broken immigration system. Tomorrow night (November 20th), President Obama will address the nation on new commonsense steps he’s taking to fix as much of it as he can. Tune in tomorrow at 8pm ET. “
The problems with illegals were already intense before 2012, but they exploded after Obama’s DACA partial amnesty plan was announced, Hodgson said.
“The president said the surge at the border was from them trying to escape poverty and violent drug gangs. They have their issues, no question, but no one has ever been able to document that this was the cause,” he said.
He cited a report by the El Paso Intelligence Center, which he called “a bipartisan study done on this very issue,” that found no connection between increased crime and poverty and the surge at the border.
“We know homicides are down in Guatemala, El Salvador and Honduras, but the point is the president did this. They are trying to place children all over the country. They have to hire translators, etc., and the costs are overwhelming,” Hodgson said. “We have one situation in Lowell, Massachusetts, where the mayor is saying, ‘Our schools are bursting at the seams. We just can’t afford this anymore.’
“Just the other day, we apprehended a (illegal) man 35 years old for a crime in one of our high schools. He had gray hair. This is the kind of nonsense that’s going on.”
Hodgson said he visited McAllen, Texas, this summer and saw firsthand the chaos that was being caused by a border that had been turned into a massive welcome mat. He also saw how it’s affecting the interior of the country.
“They were moving them out of the facility there so they could create bed space. Five plane loads were sent to Massachusetts,” he said. “One guy had all kinds of medical issues, and his treatment is going to be in the millions of dollars. Now that he’s being released from our hospital, they shipped him back to Texas and let him go. So these are the kinds of problems the American people aren’t being told of, but we see them every day.”
The Obama administration has essentially created a whole new class of people with special rights and privileges that are not available to law-abiding citizens, Hodgson said.
“They are exempt from certain laws. Now the president of the United States says, ‘I know you came here illegally, and I know you may have committed misdemeanor crimes after you came here, but I’m going to give you a work visa and allow you to stay her indefinitely,” Hodgson said. “When you have a president say he doesn’t care who comes into our country … that’s the beginnings of the breakdown of democracy.”
The concern is what kind of message amnesty sends to “the five million people waiting in line to get in legally,” Hodgson said.
“Congress is not acting. They are not doing what they should be doing, which is to secure our borders. That’s why I’m asking sheriffs to go to Washington,” he said. “Our cities are being overrun. So we’re saying to Congress, ‘Live up to your oaths.’”
If anyone can stand up for the rights of law-abiding citizens, the sheriffs can, he said.
“It’s our responsibility to enforce the laws, and we’re also responsible for protecting the constitutional rights of the people who elect us,” he said. “So this is a problem that affects all of us.”
Not all sheriffs on board.....( Continue Reading)
November 19th, 2014
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November 19th, 2014
The Obama plan, as explained above, by one of Hitler's chief henchmen.....
(CNSNews.com) – The pre-Thanksgiving cold snap and a monster storm forecast to dump five feet of snow on Buffalo, N.Y. Tuesday are just “a preview” of the coming winter, which will be much colder and snowier than normal, predicts Joseph D’Aleo, co-founder and first director of meteorology at the Weather Channel.
D’Aleo, now chief forecaster atWeatherBell Analyticsone of the few meteorologists to accurately predict a colder-than-normal November.
He expects several major East Coast snowstorms and “widespread below-zero temperatures” that will plunge much of the nation into a deep freeze for as long as six weeks this winter.
“I wouldn’t be surprised if it snows in Atlanta, Dallas, and Birmingham,” he told CNSNews.com.
“We’ve been talking about this being another one of those historic winters since the spring. The summer before last, we had seen last winter as being one that people near the Great Lakes would remember for a long time, and it turned out to be the coldest December to March on record in Chicago, and the snowiest in Detroit, and top five coldest in many places in the central [part of the U.S.]
“And we saw the same kind of extreme this winter, not exactly in the same place, but another winter that’s going to stress our electric grid and also the energy sources that we have, “D’Aleo told CNSNews.com.
“We were not surprised at the cold coming. We had a cold forecast in November even though all the tools that are used by forecasters to look ahead, even two weeks, right up to the end of October, [were] not seeing the cold. And then suddenly they caught on.
“But we use another approach where we look at all the factors globally: the oceans and the sun and winds in the upper atmosphere over the tropics, and we find years in the past when conditions were most similar. We call it an analog approach. Other people do analogs, too. And it was telling us that it would be a lot like last year in terms of cold. It told us November would be cold, so we were swimming against the strong current.”....
November 18th, 2014
The Journal Sentinel
A Milwaukee man has been charged with sexually assaulting a 101-year-old woman in her home in September.
Antoine Devon Pettis, 20, faces charges of burglary, aggravated battery and second degree sexual assault, which carries a penalty of up to 25 years in prison.
According to the criminal complaint and Milwaukee police:
The victim was asleep at her home on the city's north side, where she lived alone, when she heard a noise and realized someone was in her bedroom. She asked who was there and why, but was only told "shut up" and slapped several times in the face.
The attacker then grabbed the victim's wrists, flipped her on her stomach, sexually assaulted her and left. The woman waited on her bed until she thought the intruder was gone, then went to her door and began yelling for help.
Police arrived to find the woman bleeding from her face and with blood stains on her legs and buttocks.
She was taken to a hospital and treated.
Pettis left behind DNA evidence at the scene. Detectives with the Milwaukee Police Department's Sensitive Crimes Division identified Pettis as a suspect on Thursday after his DNA revealed familial traits with those of a male relative, who was already in a DNA database. Investigators eventually matched DNA recovered from the woman's body and nightgown to Pettis' DNA.
When confronted by police on Friday, Pettis admitted entering the victim's house to steal property, but that he decided to assault the woman when he saw her on the bed.
"The defendant said he did not plan the sexual assault or he would have worn a condom," the complaint states.
Pettis was charged in 2013 with obstructing an officer and possession of THC. He has been wanted on a bench warrant since failing to appear for a hearing in that case in August, according to court records.
He is being held in the Milwaukee County Jail.
Milwaukee police say it is second time in state history that DNA from a relative has led to the identification and arrest of a suspect wanted for a sexual assault. Earlier this year, a Milwaukee man was charged in a series of increasingly violent random sexual assaults through familial DNA evidence. The Wisconsin State Crime Lab completed the familial DNA testing in both cases.
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Journal Sentinel reporter Ashley Luthern contributed to this report.