Senior Member of Congress Warns “Trump Will Be Taken Out Suddenly & We Can’t Stop It.” (VIDEO)

It is a powerfully American story of a group of pastors who suddenly find themselves at the White House praying for the safety of the POTUS. This heartwarming recollection turns ominous, though, when Pastor Rodney Howard-Browne shares with others the warning he was told in person by a senior member of Congress of a Capitol Hill plot to “remove Trump suddenly from office – and there’s nothing that can be done to stop it.”

Will it be via legal action? Something more dire? Or did the pastor misconstrue what was being told to him by the senior member of Congress he references?

Watch. Listen and then if you so choose –  share.

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How Did A Defender Of A 9/11 Terrorist Become Mayor Of London?

Forget the media-hyped back and forth between President Donald Trump and London Mayor Sadiq Khan that has Trump rightfully condemning Khan for Khan’s “no big deal” approach to dealing with the repeated terrorist attacks in London.  What continues to go largely unreported are Khan’s long-standing ties to Islamic extremists, including his defense of a 9/11 terrorist.

What is going on here? How is it a supporter of radical Islam becomes mayor of London and is being fast-tracked to be a future Prime Minister of Great Britain? And why is the Mainstream Media so clearly determined to cover up Khan’s shocking extremist past?

Consider that today Mayor Khan is asking to ban President Trump from visiting London due to Khan’s view that Trump is “too extreme” and does not represent what “London stands for.”

And yet, Khan was not too long ago demanding American Nation of Islam leader Louis Farrakhan, who has described Jews as ‘blood-suckers’ called Hitler ‘a very great man’ and advocated violence against non-Muslims,  be allowed to visit London. (Great Britain has long banned Farrakhan from entering the country.)

In 2004 Khan defended the radical Muslim scholar Yusuf Al-Qaradawi who Khan argued was being unfairly portrayed as an extremist by political conservatives in England. And yet, Al-Qaradawi authored the book The Lawful and Prohibited in Islam which advocates for the subjugation of women and condones  suicide bombings against Israel which he considers to be ‘God’s justice’.  That is the real Al-Qaradawi, the man Mayor Khan says is NOT an extremist. (But Donald Trump is in Mr. Khan’s eyes.)

In 2006 Khan signed a letter that lay blame for the terror attacks in Great Britain on the policies of Great Britain, saying those policies (namely support of Israel) were motivating Muslims to attack them. During the mayoral race that saw Khan elected, when this subject was briefly brought up it was condemned by the British Press as an act of Islamophobia. Khan was given a pass, the British people were kept ignorant of his statements, and he won the election.

In 2009 Khan said on Iranian television that liberal Muslims were “Uncle Toms.” Again, the British Press covered for him and attacked any political opponent who tried to use Khan’s own words against him. It was during this time that Khan began to express publicly how he supported gay marriage. He used this to great effect to alleviate concerns about his Islamist past. And yet, even as Mayor Khan was saying this, his treatment of his own wife AFTER the election makes clear his demand that she subscribe fully to his more “traditional” Muslim views on women which places them as second-class citizens fully subservient to the authority of men:

All of the above are true – including Khan’s defense of 9/11 terrorist Zacarias Moussaoui.

Please ask yourself how it is that an anti-Semite who is now telling Londoners that Islamist terror attacks should be accepted as a “way of life” for them and wants to ban an American president for being too extreme but welcomes a racist radical Muslim who calls for the killing of Jews and Whites into London with open arms – was allowed to become the mayor of one of the greatest cities of the Western World?

Remember, after each Muslim-inspired attack, Mayor Khan said little by way of condemning those attacks. He said far more in telling London citizens to accept those attacks – and the media does not call this out as outrageous?

There is a sickness throughout Europe. It is now infesting Canada and doing all it can to invade the United States.

That sickness comes in the form of political correctness and complicity in the destruction of freedom and security.

Everyone deserves to feel safe and be allowed to live their lives as they choose. Figures like London Mayor Sadiq Khan think differently. Khan’s devotion is found in his radical religious views and not with freedom and liberty.

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New D.C. Power Team: President Donald Trump & Senator Rand Paul

Both men are political outsiders. Both are known for being fiercely independent and frustrating members of their party. And both are now emerging from the rubble that is the failed Paul Ryan healthcare debacle more willing to work together to help set right what both agree is so wrong in Washington D.C.

Rand Paul had warned the president the Ryan healthcare reform bill was a weak effort likely to divide conservatives against moderates within the Republican Party. Trump was grateful for the warning, but is said to have ultimately took the advice of White House Chief of Staff Reince Priebus to get behind the Ryan effort. Priebus and Ryan are longtime political allies. Trump, wanting to prove himself capable of being a team player, more than lived up to his promise to work with the Republican leadership. He spent hours meeting personally with lawmakers, made dozens of phone calls, and had staff running up and down the halls of Congress attending meetings.

In the end, Senator Paul’s warning proved correct. The Ryan healthcare bill failed to make it to a vote. The Speaker fell some twenty votes short of passage. Priebus was quick to blame the conservative Freedom Caucus, a group of Republicans who demand smaller government. They saw the Ryan bill as simply a different version of the same failed Obamacare legislation. Both sides reached an impasse and negotiations stalled.

President Trump was said to be upset at how unwilling to negotiate both  sides appeared to be. He never called out anyone by name, though it is well known his already tepid feelings toward Ryan are now even more so. The President, while admiring Freedom Caucus principles, feels the group must be more willing to work out a deal to ensure things get done for the American people.

Within that gap has emerged Senator Ryan who just today indicated a new Obamacare repeal and replacement deal was “close.”

Paul’s emergence as a political ally to Trump is no doubt causing heartburn among some of his longtime Senate colleagues such as consistent anti-Trump Republicans like Lindsey Graham and John McCain. (McCain is now in his 30th year in the Senate.) Senator Paul’s opposition to America’s habit of globalist endeavors and military intervention is in stark contrast to figures like McCain and Graham, who have proven time and time again their desire to commit U.S. troops overseas regardless the cost of lives and dollars.

If Rand Paul is successful in helping to negotiate a viable alternative to the disastrous Obamacare law, it will signal a dramatic shift in the D.C. Republican power structure – which of course means Mr. Paul will likely face opposition from his own party to see that effort fail.  It has been some time since the Republican leadership has actually cared about getting things done for the American people. They only appear concerned about holding onto power and then doing nothing with it.

Senator Paul and President Trump are poised to change the mode of operation.

They deserve our support in helping them succeed.

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Glenn Beck Now Apparently Wants MORE Muslim Immigration Into America

Just a few years ago he was selling a book declaring the dangers of the Muslim faith. Now, with President Donald Trump calling for a temporary 90-day ban on immigrants from a handful of countries known to be hotbeds of terrorist activity, Beck is declaring to CBS that Trump’s immigration policies are “dangerous” and that America cannot abide another year, let alone another four, of a Trump presidency.

Here is Beck a few years earlier warning Americans about the dangers of Islamic immigration and the threat it poses to Western Civilization – the very same immigration he now supports here in America:

And here is the 2015 Beck book titled, It IS About Islam

It IS About Islam: Exposing the Truth About ISIS, Al Qaeda, Iran, and the Caliphate (The Control Series Book 3) by [Beck, Glenn]

From the book’s own description:

“…From the barbarians of ISIS to the terror tactics of Al-Qaeda and its offshoots, to the impending threat of a nuclear Iran, those motivated by extreme fundamentalist Islamic faith have the power to endanger and kill millions. The conflict with them will not end until we face the truth about those who find their inspiration and justification in the religion itself.”

So, what happened to change Mr. Beck’s mind regarding the dangers of Muslim immigration  from the above book’s publication in 2015 to now? Could it be the reported financial difficulties of his Blaze media company? The numbers of radio stations who have dropped his program? The reduction in advertising profits? His decision to support Hillary Clinton for President in 2016?

Who knows.

What is more clear is that Glenn Beck was once among the loudest voices opposed to globalism.

That is no longer true.

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House Republicans Push Out First Version Of Healthcare Reform. Some Good. Some Bad. More Work Needed.

Congressman Paul Ryan has suddenly become very protective of a job he once claimed (often) he didn’t want – that of House Speaker. And it was with that great caution he oversaw what is (hopefully) just a first step toward repealing and (replacing?) the failed Obamacare legislation. Version one is not all bad, but remains a highly imperfect attempt that smells of pretending to do something without doing much at all. President Trump is congratulating members of Congress for the plan while also reminding them it is to be just the beginning even as Speaker Ryan appears to be making it increasingly clear this might be all the steps he’s willing to take.

The House healthcare reform plan does shift some of the power away from D.C. and back to the states, but not nearly enough. There is an outline for increasing choice, but it still lacks a market-driven incentive that would quickly lower costs. Mr. Trump demanded there be across-state-line competition for healthcare plans, thus growing the market, increasing choice, and likely lowering costs, as well as tort reform.

The Paul Ryan plan is absent those components. President Trump is already promising those changes are on their way – likely to be taken up by Congress later this year. A positive of the Ryan plan is its reduction/elimination of the taxes associated with Obamacare. Obamacare recipients are granted a two-year bridge between their current coverage, and the expansion of choices in coverage to soon arrive.

“Coverage” is an underlying theme. Not “care” but coverage. That was perhaps the single greatest fault of Obamacare. It touted health coverage while doing little to improve care. (Similar to the V.A. which “covers” veterans, but too often doesn’t actually “care” for them.)

The Ryan plan promises to lower the costs of prescription drugs, but again, the market emphasis to do so is too little while so many of the Obamacare-related government controls that always cause costs to skyrocket, remain in place.

Pre-existing conditions protection remains in place, as do coverage for children until age 26. These are good things, though, look for the Mainstream Media to largely ignore them as it goes into full-on attack mode over the proposed legislation.

And that is what Republicans like Paul Ryan need to understand and find the spine to ignore. Democrats and the media will attack them for whatever they do. Ryan needs to stop worrying about doing what is popular and start doing what is right. THAT is what got Donald Trump elected. He convinced enough voters that he was a man of his word who would set out to do what he promised – media detractors be damned.

As much as it pains the Republican Establishment to admit, the party needs MORE Donald Trump and LESS Paul Ryan. The healthcare reform bill released this week is, as President Trump indicated, a reasonable start.

Voters need to remind Republicans it is nowhere close to being the finished product.

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