Five Big Wins for Conservatives

President Trump stumps in North Carolina Monday night for congressional candidates Greg Murphy and Dan Bishop, who both won on Tuesday.

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  1. “BIG United States Supreme Court WIN for the Border on Asylum!”—-President Donald Trump

The Supreme Court backed the Trump administration on a new “Third Country” rule that prohibits asylum seekers from Central America, Africa, etc. from applying for protected status in the US. It stipulates that anyone fleeing from their own country must seek asylum in the first country they come to. If those countries don’t offer asylum, they would then be able to petition for asylum in the US, the third country.

It was a difficult battle, coming after the 9th Circuit reinstated a ban on the President’s rule. That ban was then redefined, and limited to states under 9th circuit’s jurisdiction: California, Arizona, Alaska, Hawaii, Montana, Nevada, Idaho, Guam, Oregon, and Washington, meaning it could still be enforced in New Mexico and Texas. Then late Wednesday, the Supreme Court allowed the “Third-Country Rule” to stand across the country.

Why this Matters: In the past, asylum seekers easily passed a screening for “credible fear” and were put on a waiting list at the border. Under the new policy, they would fail the test unless they sought asylum in at least one country they traveled through and were denied.

New 30-ft. border wall in Arizona 

2. Border Wall Construction

The Supreme Court recently lifted a freeze on using defense department funds to build the border wall, with the expectation of between 450 to 500 miles of wall by the end of 2020. Some of the new construction is needed to replace crumbling existing structures.

None too soon.

Border Patrol agents in the Yuma sector of Arizona have apprehended more than 51,000 family units this year—a 250 percent increase over 2018. The Yuma sector is the third busiest along the southern border, and officials were forced to build a temporary, 500-person tent facility in June to house those families.

The good news is the number of people apprehended along the southern border fell by 61 percent between this year’s high point in May and the end of August. In Yuma, it fell by 86 percent, according to government figures. Most people apprehended are either traveling as families or are unaccompanied children.

Other wins:

  • A new Trump administration rule on the Flores Settlement Agreement keeps families together and ends “catch and release” which allowed non-citizens to be released into the country after they were apprehended.
  • More than 1,000 new Border Patrol officers have been hired.
  • Since agreeing to work with the US, Mexico has apprehended nearly 134,000 asylum seekers, and is retaining 40,000 who would have been allowed to enter the US.
  • Border apprehensions in August were down 56% to 64,000 from their peak in May when they reached 144,000.
  • It’s the first time in five years that apprehensions have decreased during the summer months.

Why this Matters: In Michelle Malkin’s new book “Open Borders, Inc.”, she reports that $2.1 billion of Health and Human Services money in 2019 is being diverted to help noncitizens. Democrats have been depending on open borders to provide new voters. The closing of the border will put an end to the endless flow.

Joel Robertson, prosecuted for digging a pond on his own property.

3. Rolling Back the Water Restrictions

President Trump is eliminating parts of environmental regulations put in place by the Obama administration on waterways. These rules penalized citizens for developing wetlands, while claiming to protect waterways from pollution. The WOTUS, or Waters of the US rule was often abused. For example:

Navy veteran Joe Robertson, 77, was criminally prosecuted in 2016 and served 18 months in prison. His crime? Digging ponds to protect his home from wildfires. The ponds were connected to a foot-wide “river,” so the EPA determined that Robertson had been digging too close to “navigable water” without a permit.

Another American, John Duarte, was fined $2.8 million for plowing his field without a permit because he lived on land that occasionally became boggy “wetland.”

Why this Matters: The Clean Water Act of 1972 was expanded under President Obama, and is now being scaled back under President Trump. His executive order directs the EPA and Army Corps of Engineers to review the Clean Water Rule to rescind some of its regulations.

4. (DESPERATION) “We can’t beat him, so let’s impeach him!”

Rep. Al Green (D-TX) admitted that President Trump can’t be beat, so his party will need to impeach. House Judiciary Committee Chairman Rep. Jerry Nadler (D-NY) said on Thursday, “Some call this process an impeachment inquiry. Some call it an impeachment investigation. There is no legal difference between these terms, and I no longer care to argue about the nomenclature.”

On Thursday, Nadler’s committee adopted procedures to intensify their investigation into whether President Donald Trump committed “high crimes and misdemeanors.”

Why this Matters: Democrats from moderate districts don’t want any part of this; other lawmakers are pursuing impeachment so that they can get access to President Trump’s tax returns, believing they can find or imply illegal activity.

5. Andrew McCabe to be Charged

According to Fox News, the legal team for former FBI Deputy Director Andrew McCabe has received an email advising them, “The Department rejected your appeal of the United States Attorney’s Office’s decision in this matter. Any further inquiries should be directed to the United States Attorney’s Office.”

McCabe personally authorized the counterintelligence and criminal investigation of President Trump in May 2017 related to the Russia-collusion hoax. The DOJ is also seeking McCabe’s text messages, key to understanding the FBI’s investigation into the Trump campaign and the FBI’s decisions to soft-pedal their investigation into Hillary’s use of an illegal email server. Earlier, lawmakers tried to get these texts, but were stonewalled by the FBI.

If McCabe is charged and tried, the following will likely be exposed:

  • He was an integral part of the conspiracy to rig the 2016 election in favor of Hillary Clinton
  • President Obama ordered the spying on the Trump campaign, illegally employing foreign spy agencies (British, Australian, others) to assist him.
  • The attempt to have the President illegally surveilled in order to suggest he was mentally incompetent and have him removed under the 25th Amendment.
  • Treasonous actions by Obama officials: FBI Director James Comey, CIA Director John Brennan, DNI James Clapper, Attorney General Loretta Lynch
  • McCabe’s receipt of $700,000 for his wife’s political campaign by Hillary Clinton through her associates, while he was employed as Deputy Director for the FBI. Was this in exchange for illegal actions?
  • His leak of information to the New York Times
  • His signature to authorize spying on Trump campaign aides based on information he knew was false.

Why this Matters: The country has been waiting for two years for the treason to be exposed. Throughout that time, and even longer, President Trump and others have been the subjects of a witch hunt. Despite that tribulation, the President has accomplished many of his agenda items. The ones he hasn’t made good on, have been bitterly opposed–some through the courts–by his political enemies. It suggests he has had tremendous help from On High.

How to Pray: That our Father in heaven would continue to expose traitors and traffickers for our good and His glory. Pray President Trump will be obedient to God’s direction in His life, and that He will humble himself before the Almighty. Pray for all those who have been “asleep” to the Truth will begin to awaken.

Ps. 72:1-4 – Give the king thy judgments, O God, and thy righteousness unto the king’s son. He shall judge thy people with righteousness, and thy poor with judgment. The mountains shall bring peace to the people, and the little hills, by righteousness. He shall judge the poor of the people, he shall save the children of the needy, and shall break in pieces the oppressor.

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