Let’s Let ’em Go!
Sharyl Atkkisson, formerly of C.B.S. (the Communist Broadcast Service) is speaking out about our “LOL” and nothing-short-of-cringe-worthy- joke of our southern border security.
Sharyl left C.B.S. when management frowned on her getting all “radical” and digging for that pesky TRUTH thingie about Benghazi. Her frustration was probably compounded by the fact that the PRESIDENT of C.B.S., David Rhodes just HAPPENS to be BROTHERS with Ben Rhodes, who is a part of the Obama Regime as the White House Deputy National Security Advisor! What could go wrong??? These brothers look like twins in fact, except David has more hair*.
“That is the directive, at least according to the understanding of law enforcement officials because I’ve been told the same thing by Border Patrol Agents, who say whether spoken or unspoken, there’s a policy coming from the top, that they’re not to…that they’re basically to be very lenient and try to let as many people go as possible, that’s what they think, that’s the message they think they’re receiving.
“And of course many of them are very frustrated because they are tasked with an entirely opposite job to protect our borders and to apprehend people who are here illegally. And then they’re basically feel that they’re being told not to do the job. So they’re sort of put in a quandary.”
Has anyone ever heard of the term “CONFLICT OF INTEREST”? Holy cow! This is supposed to be the “most transparent administration evah”? Thank the Lord for Sharyl and others who risked their career and likely LIFE these days for speaking out against this tyranny.
There were two times in my life when I very seriously considered going into the military in service to my country, and chose not to. Now that I am an unemployed house wife given a great opportunity, I’ll be DAM*ED if I’m going to sit silently.
You do realize that when conditions at the border deteriorate to a pre-determined point, the Obama regime is likely to employ martial law. It’s called a “False Flag” scenario for those of you with more than two synapses to rub together.