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Dr. Malone shares dire warning: mRNA vaccines are being injected into our food supply…
This could be one of the most alarming warnings yet from Dr. Malone.
He wrote an essay on how mRNA vaccines are being injected into livestock and companion animals.
That means, if you consume the vaccinated animal, the mRNA vaccine enters your body.
Bayer Partners with BioNTech to Develop mRNA Vaccines, Drugs for Animal
HealthGenetic Engineering and Biotechnology News. May 10, 2016. Bayer will partner with BioNTech to develop novel, first-in-class mRNA vaccines and therapeutics for animal health indications, the companies said today, under a collaboration whose value was not disclosed.
Bayer agreed to secure exclusive rights to BioNTech’s mRNA technology and intellectual property for development of mRNA vaccines for animal health applications…
The companies said their partnership is the first of its kind focused on developing mRNA therapeutics specifically for animal health applications.
Dr. Malone cites many more examples. You can read his entire essay on his Substack located here.
When asked if the government would mark packages as “vaccinated meat,” Dr. Malone said this, “I wouldn’t count on it. In fact, I bet – no.”
In response to another Twitter user, who stated that this needed to be stopped “ASAP,” Dr. Malone had this to say:
“We have to build alternate systems. I don’t think we can stop them, but we can chose not buy their food, take their drugs or mRNA vaccines. We can chose to not use their “health care providers.” We can be our own – independent people outside of their hellscape.”
CDC identifies possible ‘safety concern’ for certain people receiving COVID vaccines
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) says that a preliminary COVID-19 vaccine “safety signal” has been identified and is investigating whether the Bivalent Pfizer-BioNTech vaccine creates an increased risk of ischemic stroke in people 65 and older.
In the Friday statement, the CDC said that the preliminary signal hasn’t been identified with the Bivalent Moderna COVID-19 vaccine.
“Following the availability and use of the updated (bivalent) COVID-19 vaccines, CDC’s Vaccine Safety Datalink (VSD), a near real-time surveillance system, met the statistical criteria to prompt additional investigation into whether there was a safety concern for ischemic stroke in people ages 65 and older who received the Pfizer-BioNTech COVID-19 Vaccine, Bivalent,” the CDC said.
Deputies Shoot Man As He Tries to Flee With a Handgun
Romero was armed with a handgun and fled on foot. It was at this time an deputy-involved shooting occurred.
After the shooting, Romero pushed himself off the ground and pointed his gun at deputies where a second deputy-involved shooting happened.
Romero was taken to a hospital for his injuries and eventually charged with assault with a firearm on a peace officer, firearm violations, having a controlled substance while armed with a gun and other charges.
Bodycam Captures Shooting Of An Armed Suspect During a Home Break-in
Chandler Police received a 911 call of a suspicious vehicle backed into a resident’s driveway.
The resident, who was not home, was viewing their home video surveillance after a motion detection alert, when they observed the vehicle.
The resident had observed a male, later identified as 30-year-old Cody Allan Smestad, wearing a black hooded sweatshirt, wearing a white mask, and white pants, inside the home.
Watch: Thousands told to flee California floods and rainstorms
Created by Ryse Aero Technologies, it’s fitted with six independent motors and six removable batteries. It has a top speed of around 100kph and a maximum flight time of around 25 minutes.
“People who have a large property need to be able to get to places and have an actual purpose for what they’re doing,” Mick Kowitz from Rye Aero Technologies said, adding they’ll be able to perform short flights across their properties.
“And so, if you’re a farmer and it’s the rainy season and you want to go out and check on a blight, you have to walk it today because you don’t want to drive your truck into the muck.
“So if you can fly out there and land a mile out into your field, it’s a lot easier for you,” explained Kowitz
Trump Organization sentenced to pay $1.6M for felony convictions
The organization has been ordered to pay $1.6 million in fines, $800,000 for each of the two entities found guilty in the case. The company has 14 days to pay the financial penalties.
Two companies within the Trump Organization were found guilty on a range of financial crime charges last month.
Manhattan district attorney prosecutors proved in court that the company dodged significant tax obligations by compensating high-level associates with expensive perks. Luxury cars, apartments, private school tuition, and other “off the books” gifts were distributed throughout the approximately 15-year scheme.
A New York jury took approximately 10 hours to find Trump Corporation guilty of nine felonies and Trump Payroll Corporation guilty of eight felonies related to the scheme.
Former President Trump himself, while found by the court to have sanctioned illegal activities as the company’s chief executive, was not involved in the case and is not facing legal penalty.
“He Wants Cities to Fall Apart” – Joe Rogan Slams Soros
Joe Rogan roasted George Soros on his podcast this week with guest Mike Baker.
“I had a conversation with the governor of Texas about him, with Greg Abbott, where he was explaining to me what George Soros does, and it’s f—ing terrifying, that he donates money to a very progressive, very leftist – whether it’s a DA or whatever politician, and then funds someone who is even further left than them to go against them,” Rogan explained. “He just keeps moving it along, so he’s playing like a global game and that he enjoys doing it.”
Soros has spent over $40 million backing 75 far-left prosecutors that now represent half of America’s largest jurisdictions, giving them control over law and order in the lives of 72 million Americans.
In what must be a first, certain district attorneys have become household names in recent years, and they’re all backed by Soros.
Among them includes Kim Foxx (known for trying to cover up the Jussie Smollett fiasco), recalled San Francisco DA Chesa Boudin, Larry Krasner in Philadelphia, George Gascon in Los Angeles, and Alvin Bragg in Manhattan, among many, many others.
“It’s telling, right?
He understood early on where you wanted to seize power, right? Sometimes you think ,‘A senator, that’s the pinnacle of success,’ well, it’s not, really.
It’s the D.A.’s, and it’s the state level politicians. That’s where real change occurs and where things can happen,” Baker said to Rogan.
Aaron Maté on the Russiagate Fraud: What questions still remain? | SYSTEM UPDATE
America Needs Truth and Reconciliation on Russiagate
Remember this one? Russian bots and trolls were blamed by virtually every major news organization in the country for amplifying the hashtag #ReleaseTheMemo. The files contain a mass of emails from executives blowing up this ridiculous story, once and for all.
The #ReleaseTheMemo scandal was one of the more shameful episodes in the recent history of our media, but taken seriously by all but one or two mainstream editors at the time.
All citing the same dubious source — the Hamilton 68 “dashboard” trumpeted by former FBI counterintelligence official and current MSNBC contributor Clint Watts — they insisted Russians deployed Twitter bot-armies to whip up cyber-support for Republican congressmann Devin Nunes.
Nunes had just released a classified memo alleging Democrats and the FBI used the infamous paid oppositional research dossier of ex-spy Christopher Steele to obtain secret FISA surveillance authority on Trump-connected figures like Carter Page, amid other improprieties.
We now know Twitter internally found no evidence, as in zero, that Russians were anywhere near this story.
Nunes: GOP must probe Biden Special Counsel for Russia Hoax ties
There is a TWO-TIER JUSTICE SYSTEM in the United States of America!
Grocery Stores In New York City Are Considering Locking Up Food Because of Theft
Originally, a lot of these gangs were primarily targeting goods that could be resold on the Internet very easily. But now a lot of grocery stores are being targeted, and food is being stolen on a scale that we have never seen before.
In New York City, things have gotten so bad that some stores are thinking of implementing dramatic measures. The following comes from a Fox News article entitled “NYC grocery stores consider locking up food due to rampant theft; workers are ‘traumatized’”…
Shampoo, toothpaste, and razor blades are all items that grocery stores have increasingly started locking behind counters. Soon, that list might include food.
“People have no fear of coming to your store and stealing,” said Nelson Eusebio of the National Supermarket Association.
“Our employees are terrified,” Eusebio continued. “We have young people that come to work, young cashiers who work part-time, these kids are 16-17 years old. They’re traumatized.”
Exclusive — Abortion, Equity, and Transgender: 68 Percent of Active Duty Military Believe Pentagon Is Politicized
Sixty-eight percent of active duty members say they have “witnessed a growing politicization,” while 53 percent say the military has become “too politicized.”
Sixty-eight percent also say such politicization would impact their decision to encourage their children to join the military.
The data, gathered by the National Independent Panel on Military Service and Readiness (NIPMSR), show specific policy areas of concern for active duty military at a time when President Joe Biden’s Pentagon has been criticized by many for conducting social experiments in the ranks of the military, as opposed to focusing on national defense. The NIPMSR was empaneled by Heritage Foundation President Kevin Roberts.
“The Pentagon should be focused on winning America’s future wars rather than prioritizing divisive programs and issues,” Rep. Mike Waltz (R-FL), who chaired the panel, said. “The Pentagon should be focused on how best to counter our global adversaries like China and recruiting the best and brightest to our ranks.”
Study: School Causes Children to Commit Suicide
Alex Newman, Children are killing themselves in large numbers due to government schools, suggests a new study highlighting a very strong correlation between school attendance and youth suicide. In fact, the researchers concluded, “youth suicides are closely tied with in-person school attendance.”
The study, published by the National Bureau of Economic Research (NBER), found that youth suicides decline during the summer, when children are home from school. Once school starts again, though, suicide levels among children in school start rising again.
The trends are so clear that, in parts of the country where the school year starts in August, suicide rates start climbing in August. Meanwhile, in jurisdictions where school is not back in session until September, suicide rates among children do not start going up until then.
Russia army set to increase number of soldiers to 1.5 million, create 24 new divisions
The news comes as Russia’s military leadership looks set to carry out sweeping military reforms this year.
The huge increase in soldiers would result in the creation of 24 new divisions, with the news coming at the same time that NATO countries signal they are increasingly likely to send main battle tanks and other advanced NATO weaponry to Ukraine.
Oleksiy Hromov, a representative of Ukraine’s military intelligence (GUR), said on Thursday that the Russian army plans to increase the number of men from September’s 1.35 million to 1.5 million.
“To fulfill its occupation plans, the Russian command has announced extensive measures to reform its armed forces. Above all, it increases the total number of soldiers to 1.5 million and creates 20 new divisions,” said Hromov.
Russia can still press a button and cripple Germany’s economy
So it is clear that the Kremlin controls the pipeline to Germany, no matter whose oil flows through it.
Huge steps have already been taken to reduce Berlin’s imports of both oil and gas from Russia, but not enough infrastructure is in place yet, according to a Bloomberg analysis.
The giant PCK refinery at Schwedt in Germany, which supplies 90 percent of the fuel for Berlin and surrounding areas, brings oil through the Druzhba pipeline.
The plant, built when Eastern Germany was firmly in Moscow’s orbit, was designed to process Siberian crude; it was linked to Russia’s oil fields by extending a pipeline system built to strengthen the Kremlin’s control over its European satellites.
Not much has changed since German reunification in 1990. Some crude can be brought in through the port of Rostock, but that route does not have the capacity to replace the two-branch Druzhba pipeline.
Raw materials can also be brought in via the Polish port of Gdansk, using the westernmost part of the Druzhba pipeline, which is outside Moscow’s control.
However, that route is already used to supply oil to Poland’s own refineries and another German plant at Leuna, near Leipzig, leaving insufficient spare capacity to meet PCK’s needs.
However, if Germany cannot end its dependence on the Russian pipeline, it can change what is supplied through it — at least in theory.
Instead of buying Russian crude, a practice the German government has pledged to stop in 2022 as part of European Union sanctions to punish Moscow for invading Ukraine, the refinery will instead buy from Kazakhstan.
Biden backs Japan’s defense buildup at summit with Kishida
WASHINGTON — Japanese Prime Minister Fumio Kishida met with U.S. President Joe Biden at the White House on Friday, with Biden showing support for Tokyo’s plans to bolster its independent defense capabilities.
At the beginning of the meeting, Biden mentioned Japan’s new defense plans and said: “Let me be crystal clear: The United States is fully, thoroughly, completely committed to the alliance. And more importantly, to Japan’s defense.”
Kishida, who is visiting Washington for the first time as prime minister, said that “Japan and the U.S. are currently facing the most challenging and complex security environment in recent history,” as he explained Japan’s intentions on its recently revised National Security Strategy and plans to step up defense spending, including developing counterstrike capability — the ability to hit enemy missile launch sites.
In the meeting, Kishida affirmed that Tokyo’s approach fits with the Biden administration’s own security strategy with its focus on integrated deterrence.
South Korea Floats Getting Nuclear Weapons After Kim Jong-un Vows Massive Buildup
The remark shocked and alarmed many in the Western world but followed a similarly striking declaration by North Korean communist dictator Kim Jong-un in the new year that North Korea would pursue an “exponential increase” in the number of nuclear weapons it possesses in 2023.
Yoon’s suggestion was meant to address a “worst-case scenario” and not to announce an immediate intention to pursue nuclear weapons development, his presidential office later clarified.
The country possessing its own nuclear weapons arsenal is an extremely popular position in South Korea, years of polling have shown, that has only increased in popularity as South Koreans grow fearful of belligerent military activity by North Korea’s top ally, China.
China is formally a nuclear state, while North Korea possesses an illegal nuclear weapons arsenal it regularly threatens to use against South Korea and America.
About 900 million in China infected with Covid: Chinese university study
Gansu province in northwestern China has 91 per cent of the people infected by COVID-19. Located about 1500 km southwest of the capital Beijing, the Peking University’s study claimed that 239 million people have been infected by Covid in the Gansu province.
Gansu’s devastating Covid infection spread is followed by Yunnan (84 per cent) and Qinghai (80 per cent) provinces.
Reports citing Chinese epidemiologists have claimed that cases will rise in rural China over the lunar new year.
Many elderly and specially-abled people in the rural areas of China are left behind in terms of Covid treatment, he added.
Israel aware of Iran’s every move; Deepening Turkey-Russia ties draws Damascus-TV7 Israel News 13.01
1) Israel’s defense establishment is prepared for the moment in which the political echelon in Jerusalem will give the order to strike Iran’s nuclear program.
2) Iran complains to the UN Security Council – blaming it of inaction with regard to the U.S. and Israel which frustrate Tehran’s malign ambitions.
3) Iran welcomes Turkish bid to improve relations with Syria via Russian mediation.
Dubai: The City of Dreams | 60 Minutes Australia
Just look where Aussie families are striking it rich.
A job where the boss pays your rent, buys you a car, sends your kids to private school and gives you an overseas holiday every year.
All that with a special, added bonus – there’s no income tax. Not a cent. It’s all happening in Dubai, the fastest growing city on earth.
Thousands of Australians are flocking there to join this 21st century gold rush, as the sheiks spend squillions carving a modern metropolis out of the desert.
You’ve never seen anything like it. Even the Aussies helping to build the new Dubai are gobsmacked. They just can’t believe their luck.
Unite employee under investigation over alleged bribery and fraud
The police said they were working with HM Revenue and Customs, the tax department, on an investigation into the union employee, as well as several companies.
It comes after 20 officers from South Wales police raided the office of a Unite employee in London in April and took away material as part of their inquiries.
In a statement, South Wales police said it was suspected that contracts for services were “awarded on behalf of Unite to companies controlled by other linked persons, in return for personal financial and other rewards”.
It is understood the contracts concerned were of about seven years in duration and involved many thousands of pounds a month.
In November, Unite, one of Labour’s biggest donors, cut ties with the supplier and opened an independent inquiry over concerns about financial irregularities.
“Canada’s ProPublica” is sharing the databases behind its hard-hitting stories
“Think of us like ProPublica meets OpenSecrets.” That’s how editor-in-chief Zane Schwartz describes Canada’s newly launched Investigative Journalism Foundation.
The nonprofit, nonpartisan news startup aims to “expand the breadth, depth, and long-term financial sustainability of investigative journalism in Canada” by building public interest databases, collaborating with other newsrooms, and publishing its own investigations.
A week after launching, IJF has shown some political leaders have been breaking their party’s pledge to stop allowing lobbyists to attend cash-for-access fundraisers, taken a sobering look at the country’s public-housing system in partnership with The Walrus, and cataloged, alongside the National Observer, a lobbying blitz by Canada’s largest oil and gas group.
The IJF mission is fairly simple. They hope to follow the money — and leave the door wide open for other journalists. But that doesn’t mean compiling this amount of data into useful, searchable databases has been easy.
In the United States, public records can be frustrating to access and analyze, with information siloed across federal, state, county, and local websites. Schwartz said journalists face a similar situation in Canada.
Government lockdowns left seniors in long-term care vulnerable to neglect and systemic mismanagement
Tamara Ugolini examines how seniors in nursing homes died of neglect and bureaucratic ineptitude as ill-informed COVID-19 policy and terror swept the province of Ontario.
Peru: Tourist hub airport closed amid nationwide protests
Authorities in Peru have preemptively closed the airport in the tourist hub of Cusco in the light of weeks-long protests that have left dozens dead across the country.
In Peru, supporters of ousted president Pedro Castillo are demanding the removal of the current leader Dina Boluarte.
Castillo supporters have marched the streets of cities across the country with demands of fresh elections.
The demonstrations have at times turned violent, and clashes with security forces have left 42 people dead, including a police officer who was burnt alive in a vehicle, while hundreds more have been injured.
Corruption scandal: EU Parliament chief vows to review laws and trips in search for undue influence
The European Parliament will review undeclared trips from lawmakers and pieces of legislation that might have been unduly influenced as a result of the alleged cash-for-favours scheme that has unleashed a political storm across Brussels and beyond, President Roberta Metsola has said.
“We’re looking into everything,” Metsola told Euronews on Thursday afternoon.
“We’re looking into trips that have been approved, we’re looking into trips that were not declared. We’re looking at the process of putting forward amendments, timelines, the way resolutions are negotiated.”
The investigation launched by Belgian authorities has shone a light on past legislative work, including a committee vote in early December that approved visa liberalisation for Qatar and Kuwait, as well as an array of paid-for visits of multiple European lawmakers to the Gulf region.
9 jailed for up to 4 years and 2 months over rioting in 2019 Hong Kong protest
They were all charged with participating in a riot on Queensway, a major road in Admiralty, on September 29, 2019. Pro-democracy protesters had organised an unauthorised “global anti-totalitarianism march” on that day and violent clashes broke out between them and the police.
Four of the defendants – Tang, Lam Tsui-man, Lau Yin-chiu and Lam Chi-ho – pleaded not guilty, but were convicted on Tuesday. The rest entered guilty pleas.
According to the judge, the riot began when around 200 to 500 protesters started to block traffic and hurl petrol bombs, bricks and other objects at the Central Government Offices at around 4 p.m. that day. All of the defendants were arrested when the police started dispersing the crowd and protesters started to retreat towards Wan Chai via Queensway.
Bill O’Reilly: THIS story is WORSE for Biden than his documents
It’s been a tough 13 days of the new year for President Biden, especially now with the ‘recently discovered’ classified documents found in the garage of his Delaware home.
But there’s another story that is even WORSE for Biden than that one, says Bill O’Reilly.
He joins Glenn to discuss not only the secret documents, but the president’s recent appearance in Mexico, too.
While there, Biden — once again — refused to CALL OUT Mexico for the way it continues to endanger America, thanks to its immigration & drug cartel CHAOS. So, with its refusal to speak truth about the issue, is our federal government essentially IN BED with the ‘bad guys’…?
Kari Lake: Don’t Give Them a Damn Inch
Ron DeSantis hits back at Karine Jean-Pierre: ‘Incompetence’
‘Fox & Friends’ hosts react to Ron DeSantis slamming the White House for their lack of a border security plan after Karine Jean-Pierre accused the Florida governor of political stunts.
Hemingway: Special Counsels Are Just A DOJ Weapon To Protect Allies Or Hurt Political Enemies
“In the hands of a very politicized Department of Justice, like the one we have now, [a special counsel] can be a weapon,” said Federalist Editor-in-Chief Mollie Hemingway.
If you indict Trump, then you have to indict Biden: Concha
Fox News contributor Joe Concha weighs in after President Biden suggested classified material was safe in a garage with his Corvette.
Media KNEW about Biden documents before midterms: Pam Bondi | National Report
On Friday’s “National Report,” former Florida Attorney General Pam Bondi sounds off on the double standard of the media for leaking information about sensitive investigations over classified documents.
These questions will be on the ‘purview’ of Biden special counsel: Victor Davis Hanson
The Hoover Institution’s Victor Davis Hanson evaluates what questions the special counsel might ask President Biden about his alleged mishandling of classified documents on ‘Jesse Watters Primetime.’
Tucker: Biden is in serious trouble tonight
Fox News host Tucker Carlson gives his take on the discovery of President Biden’s mishandled classified documents on ‘Tucker Carlson Tonight.’
Rep. Katie Porter raised more money than other House Democrats during 2022 election — without contributions from corporate PAC or lobbyists
Democratic California Rep. Katie Porter announced her 2024 bid for the U.S. Senate on Tuesday, a bold move as Washington waits to hear whether incumbent Sen. Dianne Feinstein (D-Calif.) will seek reelection or retire.
In a statement following Porter’s announcement, Feinstein said “everyone is of course welcome to throw their hat in the ring,” adding she will lay out her plans for 2024 “at the appropriate time.” Feinstein, 89, has faced increased scrutiny and concern over her mental acuity in the last year. Should she announce her retirement, the field of candidates vying to replace her is expected to be crowded.
Porter’s House campaign reported raising more money during the 2022 election cycle than other rumored California U.S. Senate candidates even as she rejected contributions from corporate PACs and lobbyists.
The California congresswoman was the top House Democratic fundraiser for the 2022 election cycle through the post-general period.
Rep. George Santos hit with campaign finance and ethics complaints amid scandal
The nonpartisan Campaign Legal Center filed a complaint with the Federal Election Commission on Monday alleging Republican Rep. George Santos’ campaign committed multiple campaign finance violations, including claims that “unknown individuals or corporations may have illegally funneled money to Santos’ campaign.”
It’s the latest fallout from falsified claims about the newly-elected member of Congress’ biography and business experience, fabrications that called attention to unusual campaign finance disclosures and questionable financial dealings.
In the 2022 midterm election, Santos flipped a Democratic-held seat in New York’s 3rd Congressional District, helping the GOP win a slim majority in the House of Representatives.
As the national news media dug deeper into Santos’ background, a Dec. 19 exposé in the New York Times called into question the factual accuracy of much of his resume.
Santos is now accused of extensively fabricating his biography, and he is being investigated by federal and state authorities for potential instances of financial malfeasance related to his campaign.
Democratic campaign finance reform group End Citizens United filed three complaints against Santos with the Department of Justice, the Office of Congressional Ethics and the FEC. Insider first reported Monday that the complaints allege, among other things, that Santos filed a financial disclosure statement almost a year late and omitted information about assets he claims to hold.
Pfizer gives $1 million to Republican Party of Kentucky to expand its headquarters
A report filed by Republican Party of Kentucky Building Fund last week with the Kentucky Registry of Election Finance listed the $1 million from Pfizer along with five other big corporation contributions in the final quarter of 2022 totalling $1.65 million.
That is an extraordinarily large haul for the fund which had raised only $6,000 during the first three quarters of 2022.
The Kentucky Democratic Party’s building fund has not yet filed a report on its contributions and expenses for the last quarter of 2022.
A sign identifies the party headquarters as the Mitch McConnell Building, in honor of U.S. Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell of Kentucky.
Fueled by sales of its COVID-19 vaccine, Pfizer’s revenue doubled to $81.3 billion from 2020 to 2021. The company ranks 43rd on the Fortune 500 list.
For the first three quarters of 2022, Pfizer reported $76 billion in revenues.
Pfizer is no stranger to political spending. In 2022, the company spent $11.6 million lobbying the federal government, putting it in the top dozen lobbying spenders, according to Open Secrets.
Its affiliates and PAC contribute generously to federal candidates of both parties.
Pfizer announced in November that it will triple or even quadruple the price of its COVID-19 vaccine once it goes on the commercial market next year, according to Kaiser Health News.
Nunes: Democrats start to throw Joe Biden under the bus
Truth Social CEO Devin Nunes discusses the appointment of a special counsel to probe Joe Biden’s mishandling of classified documents on ‘Greg Kelly Reports,’ January 12, 2023.
What Can Parents Do about the Sexualization of Children by Schools & Media?
Our school system and culture are allowing predators to sexualize children. Landon Starbuck is a former Hollywood star-turned-advocate who left the industry when she refused to conform.
She is now empowering parents to fight back against the dangers of sexualized children’s entertainment and education.
She sits with PragerU CEO Marissa Streit to discuss how parents can step up and take action. Learn more about the evils of early sexualization of children, speak out, and take the pledge to protect children’s innocence:
Donald Trump’s Accomplishments as President, Part Two
Mark Lewis, Liberals hate Trump, of course, for various reasons. Liberal elites hate him because he represents a threat to their power. The common liberal hates him because they are told to by their masters, the liberal elite.
Never Trumpers hate him because they are liberal Republicans, Washington establishment cronies, and he also represents a danger to their positions. Intelligent, unbiased people, on the other hand, look at his record to see what he did for America and make their decision based on that.
Let me provide some more accomplishments of Mr. Trump and you decide.