“Four terrorists, two from Egypt and two from Iraq that are suspected of ties to ISIS, were arrested in Nicaragua on Tuesday at around 10 a.m.. All four were on their way to the US. They entered Nicaragua illegally via an unmarked border crossing in Costa Rica.”
Providing security, transport, and refuge to keep state lawmakers safe from being forced to vote at gunpoint by the government doesn’t sound like a radical extremist action to me…
“There’s no doubt that we’ll hear some truly radical things during the first Democratic presidential primary debates this week. Over the last two years, we’ve witnessed the Democrats wholeheartedly embrace a plethora of far-left extremist ideas. The only question will be which ones the candidates choose to profile during their limited allotments of time.”
Leftists are making children sleep on the floor and then patting themselves on the back for it…
“Wayfair workers couldn’t stomach they were making beds to cage children. They asked the company to stop. CEO said no. Tomorrow, they’re walking out,” she wrote. “This is what solidarity looks like — a reminder that everyday people have real power, as long as we’re brave enough to use it.”
“According to local media, he has two prior DUI arrests, including one conviction in 2013, which led to his license being suspended for 210 days because he was tagged as “an immediate threat.” The other DUI arrest was just last month in Connecticut. He was also arrested in Baytown, Texas, on Feb. 11, 2019, on possession of a crack pipe.
According to WMUR, Zhukovskyy was charged for unlicensed operation of a motor vehicle, negligent operation of a motor vehicle and speeding in April 2012, but charges were dismissed. He also pleaded guilty to two drug charges in January 2017 for possession of cocaine and heroin, but just paid a fine.
In addition to the driving and drug charges, according to the Boston Globe, Zhukovskyy received a 90-day suspended jail sentence in Connecticut in 2015 for larceny after he admitted to stealing ladders and windows at a Home Deport warehouse.
According to ICE, Rosalio Ramos-Ramos was arrested last January for murder and dismembering his victim. It happened just months after Ramos was released from a Washington jail despite ICE’s request for an immigration detainer and notification of his pending release, neither of which were honored.
“Mexico’s President and his top security official confirmed the warning by the U.S. government about three ISIS terror suspects who were likely headed north. The three individuals were recently detained in Nicaragua.”
“Rep. Thomas Massie (R-Ky.), who has two engineering degrees from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, began his line of questioning attempting to undermine Kerry’s authority on the issue by asking him about his “science degree” from Yale.
Kerry explained it was actually a bachelor of arts in political science.
“How do you get a bachelor of arts in a science?” Massie asked.
“Well, it’s liberal arts education . . .” Kerry replied.
“So, it’s not really science,” Massie said. “I think it’s somewhat appropriate that someone with a pseudoscience degree is here pushing pseudoscience in front of our committee today.”
“Are you serious?” Kerry said. “Is this really serious? This is really happening here?””
“The former secretary of State said last year that he had met with Iran’s foreign minister “three or four” times since leaving office to discuss the nuclear pact, among other issues.”
“Former U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry told CNBC on Thursday that he has not sought to influence Iranian foreign policy since leaving the State Department.”