Travelers arriving from Italy and South Korea — two nations where the coronavirus has taken root — are not being screened upon their arrival in the United States.
3/9/20 – (Breitbart) Officials with the Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport in Atlanta, Georgia, confirmed online that travelers from the high-risk Continue reading “U.S. Not Screening Travelers from Coronavirus Hubs Italy, South Korea” →
800 troops have already been deployed from Fort Knox and Fort Campbell. Additional troops would be deployed.
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Human smugglers playing on migrants’ hopes and fears use election to increase trafficking
10/25/16 – Human traffickers use the November election to stoke hopes and fears among would-be immigrants, creating a record-breaking surge at the US/Mexico border. Continue reading “Surge of migrants cross southern US border ahead of election” →
John Brennan, CIA Director, and Jeh Johnson, Secretary of Homeland Security, are victims of high school hacker on their AOL and Comcast accounts.
CIA says they knew about it. Really? Classic save face move? Do they think that sounds better? So, are we to believe they couldn’t stop it or that they just did nothing about it?
CNN reports Johnson apologized over the summer for getting a waiver to use personal email on government computers at the Department of Homeland Security — the civilian agency tasked largely with leading the federal government’s cybersecurity efforts. He called it a “whoops” moment and extended an existing ban to cover top officials who had sought waivers for their email access. Continue reading “CIA/DHS email hacked??? By a high schooler??” →