Flake Attacks On Trump Milder, Stealthier Because He Wants An Amnesty Bill

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Broken-Horn RINO Senator Jeff Flake has never hesitated to criticize the President, secure that his loyal Mormon base will elect him regardless of what he does to subvert the interests of the United States. The open borders advocate and globalist establishment tool was a guest on Face the Nation, Sunday, with host John Dickerson leading off their discussion with a question on the travel ban executive order.

Predictably Flake was against it when President Trump signed it, and he still is although he admits it’s constitutional and not a ban on a religion as the leftist alarmists have alleged.  He says, “It sends the wrong message to our allies abroad.” Those include the same European allies who are experiencing a barrage of terrorist and criminal activities domestically due to their foolish failure to adopt similar policies in the face of a mass invasion orchestrated by the EU globalists. Those are also allies in the Middle East, such as Egypt, who are fighting Islamic terrorist efforts at conquest domestically themselves.

In a modification of his typical opposition, Flake acknowledges that “the President wants to keep the country safe, I recognize that, I think everybody does and I applaud him for trying to do so.”  He implies faults in the reasoning behind the pause, saying, “It needs to be constitutional [which he already agreed it was] and it needs to be wise.” Here comes the RINO attack.

Flake says, “We need to look and see where the real threats are,” which is exactly what the President is trying to do if all of the obstructionists would get out of his way and let him, “and not so much just what was promised in the campaign.”

The cheap shot artist may not be used to following through on his campaign promises unless his money changer masters tell him to, but keeping promises that were legitimate during the campaign is not a bad thing. It’s something the voters should expect of their leaders.

Flake notes that he lives in the jurisdiction of the frequently overturned 9th Circuit Court, and expresses his view that it’s fine to complain about a ruling but that personal attacks on judges should be avoided and are disheartening.

As usual, Flake is wrong again. That’s the kind of political correctness that enables these legal hacks to subvert the American people and insert themselves as proxy legislators and presidents. Especially now, when Obama has packed the courts with his agents of change, they need to be held accountable for their ridiculous and treacherous rulings.

Flake then discredits President Trump, stating, “I don’t think that the ban that went in place was really based on our national intelligence or their assessment.” Of course he doesn’t have access to those that information to the degree that the President does, so his assessment is less accurate, a guess that is painting the President as acting emotionally rather than thoughtfully. Even if that is his belief his decision to state those feelings publicly without proof is, as Gorsuch would say, “disheartening.”

He also defends the woman, Guadalupe Rayos, who has been the poster illegal for stepped up enforcement by President Trump. He minimizes her crime of document fraud, the stealing of an American’s identification, saying, “I don’t think anybody wants to put her in the same class as aggravated felons.” Think again, Senator, they both deserve seats on a bus headed south, and keep filling the tank until they’re all back where they belong.

He then makes a veiled pitch for his gang of eight amnesty bill to be reintroduced, calling it working with the administration. These progressives, even the ones disguised as Republicans, never give up. Flake needs a private sector job, preferably one in which he has to compete against illegals to get hired and for his wage scale. He needs to be taught the meaning of “America first.”

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8 Comments on Flake Attacks On Trump Milder, Stealthier Because He Wants An Amnesty Bill

  1. (Hon.) Timothy N. Hunter // February 14, 2017 at 6:10 am // Reply

    I sent the following comments to Sen. Blumenthal (Connecticut) and he refused them…he does not care for the views of Americans who can’t vote for him because they live in other states…

    IN RE: Sen. Blumenthal…

    As an Army Personnel Officer, Adjutant General’s Corps I was in charge of Administration in several Army Reserve units. The public should be aware that many Army records became completely disorganized in the 1970s after the draft system collapsed and then suddenly the eager, talented, young men we had working in personnel were not coming forward to do personnel records because there was no draft forcing them to seek out the reserves and to volunteer to do personnel records. While I do not favor Mr. Blumenthal’s politics I cannot help but commiserate with soldiers whose records do not match their experiences. Having said all that, I do not specifically endorse Mr. Blumenthal’s claims but I would give him a patient hearing before condemning him entirely.

    However, Mr. Bluemnthal is to be criticized for NOT having done anything as a Senator to have the talent and resources provided to go back into the old records and straighten them out…

    Sen. Blumenthal, sir, do something useful for a change…

    (Hon.) Timothy N. Hunter, Lt. Col. (ret.)
    West Palm Beach, Florida 33416-2368

  2. Hi Rick….not true. I lived in NV for 23 years. Look at the voter registration and you will see more Democrats registered. It is a strong union town (culinary) with a heavy Hispanic population. Illegals were every where. Construction bosses would drive a pickup truck to certain locations where illegals would be gathered and pick them up daily. Every time there was a natural disaster in CA, there would be an upsurge in new residents. I know of no Mormon who voted or supported Harry Reid. We were both on the board of a charitable organization and got to know him well. What an unscrupulous person. Mormons do not vote in bloc for any candidate. Many voted for Obama and Hillary. They are not told who to support in church meetings like so many clergy do in other faiths. Church leaders do not publicly support any candidates using the church. Mormons will support those who they feel is best for our nation. Harry Reid and his family are not well thought of with most Mormons. Sorry, I just wanted to make sure you know that Mormons are not mindless robots programmed to vote as instructed. I love ya and often tweet your incredible articles. Would love to have you come to our community to speak!

    • I’m with you on the Las Vegas culinary, casino voting on-site, etc, I lived 29 of those 30 years in Northern Nevada, Reno/Sparks so things are different. It was “common knowledge” that the Mormon vote kept him in power, that might not be the case, admittedly I haven’t check the roles and I hope its not the case. My best friend is a Mormon guy and he’s always agreed that they vote the way they’re “encouraged” to, I think everyone should vote their own conscience so that’s great if I’ve been wrong all this time. And if it’s a practice not to publicly support a particular candidate, that’s their call, I publicly supported Trump and I don’t see a necessary conflict with a religious leader doing so, minus the intimidation. Anyway, thanks for the information and taking time to fill me in, Dee. Thanks as well for sharing my articles and your kind words. Maybe I’ll give you a shout the next time I’m in LV, but that could be a while. lol

  3. I know many Mormons who do not support Flake.

    • there’s exceptions to every rule, Dee, I’m sure there are, but that’s what kept Nevada saddled with Harry Reid for all these years, their willingness to vote en bloc. I hope they vote for themselves and kick this piece of crap out of office in ’18.

  4. Freddie Arthur Hisle // February 13, 2017 at 10:38 am // Reply

    jeff flake the “flake” along with mcStain will never get another one of my votes; they are both Rinos who deserve to be retired. Not all Mormons will vote for flake; he will be challenged in the primary.

    flake and mcStain need to be deported along with all of the illegals; let them live in one of their favorite 3rd world countries like Venezuela. Communist Capital of South America.

  5. Hey Flake, look in the morrow, see the jack ass.

  6. NO !! absolutely any illegal that is here and especially those that have been here for years illegally need deported !!! ENFORCE our laws JUST AS MEXICO ENFORCES THEIRS !!! NO AMNESTY AND NO WELFARE HANDOUTS !!! I am fed up with our laws being used as a negotiating tool for POLITICAL PURPOSES !!! WE HAVE LAWS !! Just do your job under that oath and enforce ALL LAWS !

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