Is there a media-driven “climate of violence”? You bet there is, and it’s being whipped up by the left and the Main Stream Media, here and around the world. And it has a clear purpose: The ultimate goal is the destruction of the Trump presidency—and, for at least some, seemingly, the goal is the assassination of President Trump himself.
A former senior leader for the terrorist group Hamas has died after accidentally blowing himself up. Muhammad Hemada Walid al-Quqa, 37, died Sunday while “preparing equipment” on explosive devices presumably intended to kill others. Other reports indicated he was 41, the Times of Israel reported.
U.S. Border Patrol Chief Mark Morgan has reportedly left the agency a day after President Trump signed an executive order to build a wall on the Mexican border.
The head of one of America’s largest Border Patrol union locals came out for President Trump’s proposed border wall in an interview with Breitbart, saying that it “will be effective.”
Incoming White House chief of staff Reince Priebus said Sunday that President-elect Donald Trump accepts that Russia played a role in hacking the Democratic National Committee and Clinton campaign Chairman John Podesta. Trump “is not denying that entities in Russia were behind this particular hacking campaign,” Priebus said on “Fox News Sunday.”
President-elect Donald Trump sent out a tweet Tuesday morning threatening to tax General Motors for manufacturing abroad.
Leave it to President-elect Donald Trump to ask the question on everyone’s minds.
This week, Germany experienced its worst terror atrocity since the 1980s, following 21 months of Islamist suicide bombings, shootings, axe attacks, and now a truck rampage.
A former CIA director said Tuesday that the United States will not be able to stop terror attacks from happening if “we’re just playing defense.”
WASHINGTON — China has returned to the U.S. an unmanned underwater drone the Chinese Navy seized unlawfully last week in international waters, the Pentagon said. China’s defense ministry said it handed the drone back after “friendly consultations.”