Monday, April 8, 2019

The Malicious Defamation And Blacklisting Of Trump Administration Officials

As you’ve not doubt already heard, Department of Homeland Security Secretary Kirstjen Nielsen resigned on Sunday.  Her departure comes on the heels of a swell of migrant “families” crossing our southern border and pushing the system toward an inevitable collapse.

Customs and Border Patrol estimates apprehensions of border-crossers topped 90,000 in March, more than almost any month in the last decade. The numbers will likely continue to rise as warmer weather brings a seasonal uptick in illegal immigration.

No matter how you may feel about her time as President Trump’s DHS Secretary, Nielsen was at an agonizing impasse with outmoded immigration laws Congress refuses to fix and the escalating crisis at the border.

“By anyone's definition, by any measure, right now we have a crisis at our southern border.  There were 4,000 apprehensions in one day alone this past week and we’re on pace for 100,000 apprehensions this month.  That is by far a greater number than anything I saw on my watch in my three years as Secretary of Homeland Security,” said Jeh Johnson who was Obama’s immigration official.

As the consensus grows that the surge of refugees at the southern border constitutes a crisis, Democrats generally remain flat-footed on the subject. It was fine to denounce Immigration and Customs Enforcement for the mistreatment of children and families and probably even politically useful to mock Trump’s fixation on a “big, beautiful wall,” but that’s not going to be enough.

We don’t know what direction Trump will take now that Nielsen is out the door, but it seems a sure bet he will not be vulnerable to accusations of minimizing the threat. 

Democrats have succumbed to the temptation that believing since the President is “intemperate and xenophobic” sounding in his remarks on immigration it is enough for them to simply denounce his bluster and condemn his policies as cruelty.

Voters care deeply about illegal immigration. As 2020 barrels headlong towards us, more and more alarming images along the border will emerge and Democrat presidential candidates will need to have some concrete answers before we head to the ballot box.

Restore Public Trust, a predominately Democrat public interest group targeted Trump Administration officials in a full-page ad in Sunday’s New York Times that read:  “Attention Corporate America: Don’t let hate into your boardroom.”

Nielsen's name appears on a list along with other current and former Trump Administration officials including former White House Chief of Staff John Kelly and current White House Press Secretary Sarah Sanders.
Restore Public Trust’s advisory board includes long-serving Democrat operatives like Shripal Shah, Melanie Sloan, Melissa Bonine, Brad Woodhouse and Kyle Herring.

RPT is a fiscal project of the New Venture Fund, a 501(c)(3) public charity that took in $358 million in 2016 and has funneled millions of dollars to left-wing advocacy groups like David Brock’s Media Matters for America and the Center for American Progress.

These barbaric ne’er-do-wells, it seems, will not rest until they have sabotaged any and all Trump Administration officials from securing new employment.

Spokesman Karl Frisch said companies “need to think twice about what that will mean for their brand to be associating with somebody who is responsible for one of the most horrific policies this administration put forward and that speaks volumes.” 

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