democrat hysteria over Trump’s national emergency suggests they are being bribed by cartels



The left wing hysteria over Trump’s national emergency declaration is overflowing. He’d been threatening it. It was a campaign promise. They didn’t listen. So amped to prevent Donald Trump from any success, democrats are more than willing to see Americans continue to die- being killed at the hands of illegals and from drug overdoses. Trump has tried several times to get the wall built to no avail. So today he declared the need to build the wall a national emergency.

And democrats are blinded with rage.

If you listen to the left wing media, you’d think declaring a national emergency was something way out of the ordinary.

It’s not.

If President Donald Trump moves to invoke a national emergency at the US border to bypass Congress and obtain funding to build his long-promised border wall, a battle in the courts over the questionable legality of spending those dollars would be virtually guaranteed.

But the United States is no stranger to national emergencies.

In fact, the US has been in a perpetual state of declared national emergency for four decades, and the country is currently under 31 concurrent states of emergency about a spectrum of international issues around the globe, according to a CNN review of documents from the Congressional Research Service and the Federal Register.

Obama declared 13 of them.

In fact, Donald Trump issued the 30th national emergency:

30. Imposing Certain Sanctions in the Event of Foreign Interference in a United States Election (September 12, 2018)

This was directed at the Russians. Remember hearing any democrats whining about it? Me neither. How about this one?

29. Blocking the Property of Persons Involved in Serious Human Rights Abuse or Corruption (December 20, 2017)

Crickets from the left.

What is the emergency?

  • The flood of illegals into the country

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  • The  invasion by MS 13

MS-13 spreads to 22 states, fed by 300,000 illegals, DACA recipients, tied to 207 murders

  • Drugs

Deadly blue ‘Mexican oxy’ pills take toll on US Southwest

Aaron Francisco Chavez swallowed at least one of the sky blue pills at a Halloween party before falling asleep forever. He became yet another victim killed by a flood of illicit fentanyl smuggled from Mexico by the Sinaloa cartel into the Southwest — a profitable new business for the drug gang that has made the synthetic opioid responsible for the most fatal overdoses in the U.S.

Three others at the party in Tucson also took the pills nicknamed “Mexican oxy.” They were saved after partygoers flagged down police who administered naloxone overdose reversal medication. The treatment came too late for the 19-year-old Chavez.

The pills vary widely in strength, from a tiny amount to enough to cause lethal overdoses. Law enforcement officials say they have become a lucrative new product for the cartel, despite the conviction this week of Sinaloa kingpin Joaquin “El Chapo” Guzman Loera in New York.

The four Tucson partiers thought they were taking oxycodone, a much less powerful opioid, investigators believe. The death of Chavez and many others, officials said, illustrate how Arizona and other southwestern states bordering Mexico have become a hot spot in the nation’s fentanyl crisis. Fentanyl deaths tripled in Arizona from 2015 through 2017.

“It’s the worst I’ve seen in 30 years, this toll that it’s taken on families,” said Doug Coleman, the U.S. Drug Enforcement Administration special agent in charge of Arizona. “The crack (cocaine) crisis was not as bad.”

  • Americans dying at the hands of illegals

So frankly, f**l Nancy Pelosi, f**k Chuck Schumer, f**k Oacsio-Cortez and f**k every other democrat saying there’s no crisis.

Of course, democrats who are inexplicably and vehemently opposed to stemming any of the above are making threatening overtures.

Without a doubt Derrick Watson is at the ready to block Trump.

Ocasio-Cortez thinks that once she and Castro write a bill to stop Trump it automatically becomes law.

Pelosi threatened gun ownership

Speaker Nancy Pelosi (D-Calif.) on Thursday issued a warning to Republicans poised to support President Trump‘s decision to declare a national emergency at the southern border: the next Democratic president, she said, could do the same on guns.

“A Democratic president can declare emergencies, as well,” Pelosi told reporters in the Capitol. “So the precedent that the president is setting here is something that should be met with great unease and dismay by the Republicans.”

Pelosi noted that Thursday marked the one-year anniversary of the shooting at a high school in Parkland, Fla., that left 17 students and faculty dead. She argued that the real national emergency is not illegal border crossings, but gun violence in the U.S.

“Let’s talk about today: The one-year anniversary of another manifestation of the epidemic of gun violence in America,” Pelosi said. “That’s a national emergency. Why don’t you declare that emergency, Mr. President? I wish you would.

“But a Democratic president can do that.”

Go ahead, Nancy, bring it on. It is an easy argument to make the case that there is a genuine emergency because of poor border control. On the other hand, it seems pretty asinine to suggest that a democrat President would threaten anyone’s Constitutional rights with a national emergency. What other rights might a democrat President suspend? The First Amendment? The Fourth?

The last example I can think of was the internment of Japanese Americans by a democrat President.

The nonsense will be swept away by the Supreme Court, just as was the travel ban. Trump absolutely blasted Jim Acosta with one sentence today:

“What do you say to your critics who say that you are creating a national emergency, that you’re concocting a national emergency here in order to get your wall?” Acosta asked.

“I’ll ask the angel moms — what do you think, do you think I’m creating something?” President Trump responded.

“Ask these incredible women who lost their daughters and their sons,” Trump added.

You’ll remember that Nancy Pelosi refused to meet with these Angel Moms. After all, they’re Americans whose children have been killed by illegal aliens.

They do not matter to Pelosi or any other democrat.

All of this makes you wonder- how many democrats are on the payroll of the drug cartels?

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Utah has a HUGE opiod/fentanyl crisis that anyone can get naloxone overdose reversal medication from any pharmacy, no prescription required, no questions asked.

As to our elected officials being bribed by the cartels, Scott Adams weighs in altho I’m not sure about the originating article.
Start at after 33 minutes.

The president himself said today that the border situation isn’t an emergency.

It’s time to look at changing the Second Amendment.

To look at bribes just take a good look at who is donating to campaigns any George Soros organizations or multiple Soros back organizations the same ones getting grants from The UN funded by our State Dept? The organizations in central America coaching the economic migrants on amnesty requesting., best place to cross and find a border guard. Then processed given medical care, food shelter ect . We call it Soros money its actually US tax payer dollars taken and given as grants to the many many Soros organizations. Someone needs to look and investigate how much of these funds are being shoveled into the dems war chests.
There are 3 caravans headed to the US border one is 12,000 strong. Not one of the migrants has has a back ground check, are they running from the law? They wont stand and fight to make their own homeland better, why do we think the will try to better ours?
@Michael: #2 link to that I say its a damned lie
#3 Thats a constitutional amendment issue if a dem tried it the way Nonsense Nancy suggested they would meet the same thing King George III met when he tried to disarm the colonies. Molon labe


link to that I say its a damned lie

To hell with you then, I guess?

Needing to do something is pretty much the defining characteristic of an emergency; saying “I didn’t need to do this” about declaring a border-wall emergency downgrades the emergency to “clearly not an emergency.”

@Michael: There were other options to the emergency declaration, laws on the books. Shut down the government again.
Anybody that doesnt think this is not an emergency needs to spend a night at the border all alone with a small campfire, dont call 911 that is for emergencies only.
3 caravans are on their way the wont be the last.
The congress has been promising a secure southern border since Reagan, its about time they kept that promise to America.
Nice you tell me to go to hell then give a link a bit manic.


Nice you tell me to go to hell then give a link a bit manic.

You called me a liar and asked for a link. I responded to both parts of your comment.

Illegal crossings are at a near-twenty-year low; the overwhelming majority of drugs are coming through ports of entry, rather than through unwalled regions. That doesn’t sound like an emergency, and neither does “I didn’t have to do this.”

@Michael: You should have actually listened to what he said. He said he wants to do it faster. It’s important; it’s critical. It’s an EMERGENCY. If Congress would do ITS job, it wouldn’t be an emergency, but the Democrats would rather see Americans killed and the economy raped than allow Trump a success. Well, they can’t stop it.


It’s time to look at changing the Second Amendment.

It’s been looked at. All it takes is a Constitutional Amendment. What’s the hold up?

@Deplorable Me:

What’s the hold up?

The correct people need to believe that it is doable. I guess that hasn’t happened yet.

@Deplorable Me: You know damn well what the hold up is Molon labe.
Someone needs a full course on the constitution and the founding of the country.
A short course in world history of when a population is disarmed.
The government disarmed the Venezuelans .
I know most new outlets are not showing the glory of a disarmed citizenry especially when unlimited migration is allowed, the bombings in Sweden the civil war that rages in Paris if armed Macron would already be sitting in another country , the knife and acid attacks in England crime in Germany.
Their governments response is just like the democrats here not to protect the citizens.

@Michael: How about believing it is necessary?

@kitt: Liberals think this would be a great idea because they are told it is. Without the capacity to think for themselves, they rely on the mommy state to protect them and provide their opinions. They can’t contemplate doing things in a legal, Constitutional way.

@Michael: Sounds like a good way to trigger Civil War II. Might not last long as only one side will be armed-the good guys.

@Bookdoc: Governments have killed over 250 million disarmed people in this last century, lets let them lecture us about owning firearms.


The entire populations of England and Australia have been eradicated by their respective governments because of gun restrictions in those countries, so I definitely see your point.


Illegal crossings are at a near-twenty-year low; the overwhelming majority of drugs are coming through ports of entry, rather than through unwalled regions.

So, that implies the numbers of crossings varies. It was high. Now it is lower. Caravans are not the rage and threaten our border. Just because it may be lower today than it was yesterday does not indicate the problem is solved. A poll showed 42 MILLION want to immigrate here; just looking the other way isn’t a viable solution.


Is that necessary?

The entire populations of England and Australia have been eradicated by their respective governments because of gun restrictions in those countries, so I definitely see your point.

Violent crime is UP there.

@Deplorable Me: Violent crime has increased…you dont say

The KKKKitt thing as they say in Australia what a wanker.

I hate the left with the heat of a thousand suns. But I’m not buying this without evidence. It’s pure speculation.

Democrats know that if Trump is successful with building the Wall, he will be reelected, especially as the good effects become noticeable. That’s all the reason they need.

@Deplorable Me:

Violent crime is UP there.

No fair moving the goalposts, you naughty boy; kkkit specifically referred to governments killing their disarmed citizens, and that’s specifically what I was responding to.

@kitt: You give people you don’t like funny little names all the time. I thought you’d enjoy it.

@Michael: All the time? I was teasing an FA’er on 1 thread, you really are a wanker.

@kitt: Wanker I may be, but you always refer to Democratic politicians—and those Republicans you disagree with—by snarky, derogatory nicknames, so I naturally assumed you’d be okay with it. “Nazi Barbie” and “Weasle [sic] McConnell” are two that you used in one thread that I grabbed at random.

@Deplorable Me:

Is that necessary?

You and I have had this conversation already, and you told me about why it was perfectly fine to call people you disagree with “funny” names.


You and I have had this conversation already, and you told me about why it was perfectly fine to call people you disagree with “funny” names.

But the intellectual trick is to use names that apply, not simply what YOU might think is hurtful. By the way, I doubt it has much affect on her.

The argument over who pays, whether it’s an emergency and all the rest is over.

The Wall is under construction and that will continue.

It’s time to move on to the whining and crying.

It doesn’t matter what the President says. What he does is where the power lies. If he signs an executive order of a national emergency, that’s what it is. The President is the only one who can sign such an order, and when congress gave him that power it didn’t define what constitutes an emergency. The declaration makes it an emergency, and this will be an easy win in the courts.

@Deplorable Me: No it doesnt have an affect, now if I stuttered it might hit a nerve, the “funny names I use for politicians it the shoe fits as it very much does especially with the Weasel who never takes a political hit but will be happy to take the cheers when the party is winning even if he opposed it before. He refused to go nuclear when the President needed it. He attacked Ted Cruz when Ted shut down the government but the next election cycle the gavel was in his scummy hand. He didnt send enough clean bills to Barry to veto to prove anything, oh he wont sign it why bother philosophy.

@Deplorable Me:

the intellectual trick

Ah. So that’s what you’re calling it.

@Michael: Yeah, in case you haven’t noticed, the knee-JERK reaction of calling someone a racist in lieu of a response is played and pointless. You aren’t the first to think of it.

I’ve come to believe Trump’s approach to the wall is all wrong. Instead of billing it as a wall to keep illegal immigrants OUT, he should promote it as a wall to keep illegal immigrants IN Mexico. Socialists just LOVE walls that keep people fleeing their economic miracles and social paradise. If instead of protecting Americans, it was suppressing freedom, the Democrats would love it.

@Bookdoc: You got it. Let the dems enact their “national emergency” to strip people of their rights (ala Hitler) and the real national emergency they do trigger will be as big as the one in 1861. And like the last time, they’ll lose only this time worse. The first time they had some hard ass generals and people who knew how to soldier and they almost won as a result. Who are they going to get to do their dirty work? The military and law enforcement are largely pro Second Amendment (see the sheriff’s in New Mexico). To think they will turn their guns on Americans to strip them of their rights is ludicrous. So I guess it’ll be soy boys vs. the rest of us.

@Deplorable Me: Since when is Mexico a socialist country?

@Michael: Did I say it was?

@Deplorable Me: Either that, or your little thought experiment was trying to lift more weight than it was designed to carry.

@Michael: So…. where did I say Mexico was socialist?

@Deplorable Me:

where did I say Mexico was socialist?

Instead of billing it as a wall to keep illegal immigrants OUT, he should promote it as a wall to keep illegal immigrants IN Mexico. Socialists just LOVE walls that keep people fleeing their economic miracles and social paradise.

@another vet:
You have a boner after typing that, don’t you?

@Michael: So, since Mexico is not socialist, I must have been referring to OUR socialists who also wish to emulate the socialist regimes of bygone ages that enslaved their citizens and, in some cases, erected walls to keep them from escaping. I’m sorry… I guess I foolishly assumed you had heard of “history”. My mistake.

@another vet: It looks like you got Michael’s imagination stimulated.

@Deplorable Me:

It looks like you got Michael’s imagination stimulated.

I didn’t read his bullshit so I don’t know what he wrote.

@Deplorable Me: So it was option #2, then.

It’s not only democrats who have a problem with Trump’s national emergency circumvention of Congress.

From The Hill, March 4, 2019 — Trump on brink of GOP rebellion over emergency declaration

President Trump is facing a potential revolt among Senate Republicans over his decision to declare a national emergency to construct the U.S.-Mexico border wall.

Sen. Rand Paul’s (R-Ky.) public announcement over the weekend that he will oppose Trump’s declaration ensures a resolution blocking it will be approved by the Senate after already passing the House — unless Senate Republicans can find some kind of last-minute way out of the showdown.

Republicans have been hunting for a way out of a fight over the declaration that has badly fractured the caucus, but Paul’s decision underscores the difficulty leadership faces in finding a successful exit strategy.

Sen. John Kennedy (R-La.), who is expected to oppose a resolution of disapproval, floated that Trump could be rethinking his decision given the likelihood that he’ll have to use his first veto.

“I do think he is probably rethinking the situation,” Kennedy told CNN’s “State of the Union.” “I don’t think the president has the votes on a straight-up vote to sustain his position. Now, if the Senate says, ‘Mr. President, you don’t have the authority,’ as the House did, I expect the president to veto it, and we will be right back to where we are now.”

Sen. Lamar Alexander (R-Tenn.) took the unusual step last week of publicly urging Trump to back down. He called on the president to reverse the emergency declaration and instead use transfer authorities that are already granted to him to find money for the wall.

“There is time for the president’s lawyers to take another look and determine whether we can both build the 234 miles of border wall that the president has requested and avoid this dangerous precedent,” Alexander, who is retiring at the end of the current Congress, said in a closely watched floor speech.

Alexander said Trump should find a way to let Republicans “who want to support him on border security be able to do that” while also “keeping our oath to the Constitution.”

Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell (R-Ky.) is expected to give a resolution blocking Trump’s emergency declaration a vote before lawmakers leave for a recess on March 15. GOP aides say the vote is more likely to happen next week, giving Republicans just under two weeks of breathing room to negotiate…

@Greg: Rand Paul has principles which he holds to. I don’t agree with them all but I do have great respect for him for having them. Fact is, while Democrats are more than happy to support extra-Constitutional measures ONLY when it benefits them, many Republicans see the risks of having them. However, Congress itself handed the President such power and others have used it in far less critical situations. We indeed DO have an emergency; Democrats who have now openly proclaimed they WANT open borders and they WANT illegal immigrants to flow into our country unchecked and they WANT to protect them from law enforcement and they WANT to allow them to vote. That constitutes a DIRE emergency.

Don’t like the emergency powers? Change the law. Meanwhile, Trump has just as much right to use it as any other President and the border crisis is DEFINITELY a national emergency. Settled science, end of debate.

Rand Paul not backing the President on defending the borders of the United states. His reasoning and argument is weak. Every politican that previously voted for a barrier on the border that is now fighting this is only governing by deceit.
Like kings and queens they are now deciding which laws they wish to enforce laws they passed.