VP Harris in Guatemala
Vice President Harris seems to know where the South American country of Guatemala is, but remains uninterested in visiting our country’s southern border to address the humanitarian crisis we are facing.
American citizens, Border Patrol, and law enforcement need to know that our Federal Government, particularly the President and the Vice President are working to support them and are addressing the clear and present danger of Mexican cartels and child smugglers.
However, VP Harris did manage to accomplish something during her trip to Guatemala—the ire of President Alejandro Giammattei, who blames President Biden, Vice President Harris, and the Democrats for the US border crisis.
The VP, who was appointed border czar by President Biden, may need a little lesson on geography. Perhaps her advisors can brief her on the significantly shorter flight to McAllen, Texas that the situation right here in America is dire, in need of immediate attention and action.
Fed’s Subpoena Cuomo
Governor Cuomo’s $5 million dollar book deal is becoming a central issue in the Justice Department’s investigation into his handling of the Nursing Home crisis and subsequent handling of the COVID-19 response in New York State.
Two big questions remain; did the desire to profit off the pandemic play a role in the well documented cover up of data fully exposing the extent of the Nursing Home nightmare? Were state employees required to work on the book in any capacity?
While I believe we all know the answers, many of which members of Cuomo’s own inner circle have confirmed, it is reassuring that the Justice Department is moving on an investigation into his failures.
Governor Cuomo placed vanity and profit over people and safety. He prioritized his family and friends over yours. Be it through resignation or defeat at the polls, Andrew Cuomo must go.
Interior Department IG Shames Mainstream Media
Interior Department IG has done more honest reporting in the last week than the media has done in the last four years.
A new report from the Interior confirms that protestors were not removed from a public park across the street from the White House to make way for a President Trump photo-op.
“Evidence established that relevant USPP officials had made those decisions and had begun implementing the operational plan several hours before they knew of a potential Presidential visit to the park, which occurred later that day,” Interior Department Inspector General Mark Greenblatt wrote Wednesday, “As such, we determined that the evidence did not support a finding that the USPP cleared the park on June 1, 2020, so that then President Trump could enter the park.”
As usual, when the truth comes out, it is far different from the version the media reports on. I look forward to a time when members of the media stop their work as liberal activists and attempt their hand at honest journalism. Though I won’t hold my breath for that any time soon.
President Trump is owed an apology, but again, I won’t hold my breath.
Facebook Live with Former Congressman John Faso
On Tuesday, June 15th, at 7pm I will be joined by former Congressman John Faso, an expert on reapportionment dating back to his days as a member of the New York State Assembly.
We are a few short months away from learning what our state and federal districts will look like for the next 10 years, an issue I have received many questions on and look forward to discussing with John.
New York will lose one congressional seat which will shift the district lines in the 26 remaining districts. John will offer insight on the process and we will provide some further information on what to expect this fall.