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MICK: President Trump Sent The Entire Cabinet On a Hunt For Wall Money; National Emergency Is An Option

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“The president has asked every single Cabinet secretary, and the Office of Management and Budget, to go out and find money that can be used legally to guard the southern border,” White House chief of staff Mick Mulvaney said Sunday on the fake news network CNN.

“I’m actually heavily involved with it and have been working with all the Cabinet secretaries to try and find money that we can legally use to defend the southern border,” Mulvaney said.

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Here is Mulvaney on Sleepy Eyes Chuck Todd’s show Sunday, in which he stressed that his chief of staff gig is different than what John Kelly or Reince Priebus did, and that the negotiations with Congress should be easier now that Nancy Pelosi has won her speakership race.

The government shutdown, now in Day 16, is inspiring President Trump’s supporters, in part because they love to see Trump standing up to the corrupt globalist system, and also because Trump has all the leverage since everyone knows that he can build the Wall through the Department of Defense by declaring a national emergency.

I wrote on this momentous Sunday:

President Donald Trump is capable of building the Wall by declaring a national emergency and directing Department of Defense funds, overseen by DOD Secretary Patrick Shanahan, to secure our southern border from criminal gangs and terrorists.

The Democrats, then, have no leverage, and their persistent holdout on $5.6 billion in Wall funds is only exposing them for who they are: weak quislings, shills for the globalist billionaires around the world who seek to crush America, to make this great country submit to the will of a financial system that benefits the very few. America is “supposed” to fulfill a service role nowadays. We are supposed to be the low-paid Wal-Mart cashiers changing money on Chinese-assembled merchandise. We are supposed to be the social justice warriors advocating for one-world communism on our college campuses. We are supposed to play our part.

But we choose not to.

The American people are engaged in spiritual warfare against the forces that want to divide and conquer us. We win when our energy simply overwhelms theirs. We triumph when the forces of Good overpower the forces of Evil. We prevail when our determination outmatches their stubbornness, when our perseverance defeats their Fear. We win when our Wall casts a long shadow over their Tower of Babel.

Across America, the energy is on President Trump’s side. Building the Wall will be a victory that will define the Trump agenda in 2020: Nationalism, security, America First. It is the biggest issue because it pertains to all other issues. And there is no better way to inspire the people to fight for the other issues than by allowing them to see a magnificent Wall, as promised, on our southern border (a second wall on the US-Canada border can be the next discussion).

“Our purpose in the meeting at the White House was to open up government. The impression you get from the president [is] that he would like to not only close government, build a wall, but also abolish Congress so the only voice that mattered was his own,” said Nancy Pelosi on a low-IQ Sunday show.

But she’s wrong. President Trump’s voice is a conduit for the voices of the American people. Congress, on the other hand, is an obstacle, a corrupt entity badly in need of reform (read: term limits).

Do you think these guys want to listen to what Nancy Pelosi has to say? These guys want a Wall.

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Two McAllen, Texas Police Officers Murdered in “Ambush” Responding to Domestic Violence Call

Two officers are dead.

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Two McAllen, Texas police officers were murdered in what’s being called a calculated “ambush” when responding to a domestic violence call in the South Texas city.

Officer Edelmiro Garza, 45, and Officer Ismael Chavez, 39, were shot and killed by 23-year old Aldon Caramillo. The suspect in the shootings reportedly killed himself shortly after shooting the police officers. The officers had been responding to a call reporting domestic violence at a home.

McAllen Police Chief Victor Rodriguez was overcome with emotion as he explained the situation to local media, revealing that the two officers had suffered fatal wounds from the shooting.

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Caramillo reportedly had a lengthy criminal history according to McAllen Police, which includes arrests for DWI and possession of marijuana.

The story is developing, and Big League Politics will continue to monitor the situation.

 

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