No cri­sis, in­deed

The Washington Times Weekly - - Letters To The Editor - LT. COL DO­MINIK GE­ORGE NARGELE

Pres­i­dent Trump is right that there is a cri­sis on our bor­der. He is right to de­mand se­cu­rity for us from il­le­gal aliens, in­clud­ing drug deal­ers, con­victed crim­i­nals, rad­i­cal Is­lamic ter­ror­ists, MS-13 gangs and “coy­otes.” The drug car­tels bring tons of il­le­gal drugs, crim­i­nals con­tinue to mur­der Amer­i­can cit­i­zens and coy­otes kill peo­ple by aban­don­ing crowded vans in deserts.

What is Pres­i­dent Trump to do when anti-Amer­i­can, so­cial­ist-or­ga­nized “car­a­vans” as­sault our bor­der? He and our elected of­fi­cials have sworn to en­force all laws, but only he is keep­ing his prom­ise to achieve se­cu­rity for Amer­ica — de­spite re­lent­less at­tacks by Democrats on him and his fam­ily. Con­gres­sional Democrats have no right to seek crim­i­nal ac­tions against any U.S. pres­i­dent and are way out of line for at­tempt­ing to do so. No one has di­vided the Amer­i­can peo­ple more than proDemo­crat spe­cial coun­sel Robert Mueller and the Obama/Clin­ton ac­tivists within the lib­eral me­dia. Al­though there has been no crime found at­trib­ut­able to Mr. Trump, the in­tel­li­gence ser­vices, Depart­ment of Jus­tice and Democrats con­tinue to con­duct a pro­pa­ganda war against him.

The me­dia ig­nore the record eco­nomic growth and the lib­er­a­tion from many ex­ces­sive reg­u­la­tions. They fail to re­port great en­ergy in­de­pen­dence, world lead­er­ship in oil pro­duc­tion and the de­mand from Red China for fair trade prac­tices. Now GDP growth av­er­ages over 3 per­cent af­ter eight years of stag­na­tion be­low 1.8 per­cent un­der Pres­i­dent Obama.

Many Amer­i­cans are glad that Pres­i­dent Trump is hold­ing the line for se­cu­rity and many view­ers are tired of never-end­ing Demo­cratic le­gal “gotcha” at­tacks at tax­payer ex­pense. The left­ist le­gal at­tacks against the wall have be­come the tail wag­ging the dog in­ter­fer­ing in the pres­i­dent’s im­por­tant busi­ness of run­ning the coun­try and lead­ing the free world.

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