Trump vs. Globalists
Why globalists detest a populist president who puts Americans first.
President Donald Trump has been confronted by unprecedented demonstrations not only in the United States but even in foreign countries.
President Trump’s support of Brexit and his promises to secure our border with Mexico and subject aliens seeking entry into the United States to “extreme vetting” runs contrary to the Globalists goals. Consequently they fired up the mobs even before Trump’s inauguration.
Globalists are behind the vilification of President Trump and anyone who supports effective immigration law enforcement.
Globalists abhor the notion of national sovereignty and see secure borders as impediments to their wealth and consequently are doing everything possible to create Immigration Failure — By Design.
Globalists have support “Sanctuary Cities” ignoring the nexus between terrorism, enclaves and sanctuary cities.
For decades globalists and their “front groups” such as the U.S. Chamber of Commerce have foisted their lies on Americans, through what I have come to refer to as the immigration con game.
News organizations have, all too often, become venues for the disbursement of propaganda.
Consider how the seven countries whose citizens are being temporary barred from entering the United States have been described in the media as “Muslim majority countries.” Yet there is nothing in Trump’s executive orders that mention Islam but rather focus on how the list of countries was compiled by the Obama administration because of their links to terrorism and the inability to vet citizens of those countries.
Obviously the Democrats have been publicly leading the charge to vilify President Trump. Trump upset their plans to coronate Hillary and were stunned by her defeat. In response Democrats tried every possible strategy to delegitimize the outcome of the election and, by extension, the Trump presidency.
However, it is impossible to ignore that many journalists and politicians have, marching lockstep with the globalists, accused Trump of not really being a Republican but of being a “Populist”
Populism has been defined as:
support for the concerns of ordinary people: it is clear that your populism identifies with the folks on the bottom of the ladder | the Finance Minister performed a commendable balancing act, combining populism with prudence.
the quality of appealing to or being aimed at ordinary people: art museums did not gain bigger audiences through a new populism.
Those journalists and politicians, upset over the notion of a President of the United States being a “Populist,” must not have read the Declaration of Independence that begins with the phrase, “We the people…”
You have to wonder what the Founding Fathers and especially what Thomas Jefferson would say about all of this.
In order to block the implementation of Trump’s immigration policies crafted to protect national security and the lives of Americans, the Democratic Party went “Judge shopping” and came up with James Robart, a jurist who, the media has been quick to report, had been, in fact, appointed by President George W. Bush.
CNN provided a thumbnail sketch about James Robart: 5 things to know about judge who blocked travel ban that noted that Judge Robart sided with “Black Lives Matter” over the police in Seattle, Washington in a case last year, involving an allegation of excessive force by police.
The CNN report also noted that Judge Robert had also provided pro bono assistance to refugees.
My recent article on President Trump’s Immigration Challenge noted that the President not only has to undo the catastrophic damage done to immigration law enforcement by the Obama administration but also deal with the very structure of the Department of Homeland Security, the agency created by the Bush administration in the wake of the terror attacks of September 11, 2001 to address vulnerabilities in the immigration system identified by the 9/11 Commission.
My article noted that I testified at a hearing on May 5, 2005 conducted by the House Subcommittee on Immigration, Border Security and Claims conducted a hearing on the topic, “New ‘Dual Mission’ Of The Immigration Enforcement Agencies.”
Of particular interest is the statement made by the then-chairman of that subcommittee, Rep. John Hostettler who, in part said in his prepared statement:
The Homeland Security Act, enacted in November 2002, split the former Immigration and Naturalization Service, or INS, into separate immigration service and enforcement agencies, both within the Department of Homeland Security. This split had been pursued by Chairman Sensenbrenner based on testimony and evidence that the dual missions of INS had resulted in poor performance.
Separating the former INS into two separate agencies to separate the immigration benefits program from the law enforcement elements of the former INS was a strategy I had strongly advocated in my testimony for the 9/11 Commission and during my discussions with members of the Congress as well as in my testimony at several hearings. However, when the DHS was created, the immigration enforcement components of the DHS were split up and combined with other, non-immigration law enforcement agencies, thereby severely hobbling efforts at immigration law enforcement.
At no time during the reorganization planning was it anticipated by the Committee that an immigration enforcement agency would share its role with other enforcement functions, such as enforcement of our customs laws. This simply results in the creation of dual or multiple missions that the act sought to avoid in the first place.
Failure to adhere to the statutory framework established by HSA has produced immigration enforcement incoherence that undermines the immigration enforcement mission central to DHS, and undermines the security of our Nation’s borders and citizens.
It is impossible to believe that this was done by accident. Clearly the Bush administration opposed securing our borders and effectively enforcing our immigration laws.
Today Democrats such as Chuck Schumer have seized every opportunity to bash Donald Trump over his immigration policies. Of course, during the Obama administration it was Schumer who called for a suspension of the admission of Syrian refugees because of concerns that it was impossible to vet these aliens, a concern raised by no less an authority than John Brennan, the Director of the CIA who had been appointed by Obama.
As the Washington website, The Hill, reported on November 17, 2015, Schumer: Refugee pause may be necessary.
What a difference a year (and and administration) can make! You have to wonder if Schumer’s own words back then, bring tears to his eyes today.
However, now that President Trump is giving Schumer what he asked for in 2015, pausing the admission of refugees who cannot be vetted, to protect Americans lives and national security, Schumer has taken to shamelessly bashing the President.
If the Republican Party is to continue to meet the rational and reasonable demands of the citizens of the United States and maintain its majority in both the Senate and House of Representatives, it will need to purge the globalists from their ranks, who have far more in common with today’s Democrats than with the goals of the Trump administration and “We the people.”
The Globalists are betraying America and Americans.
This is not about “Left” or “Right” but about right or wrong.