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National Security

national security 460The protection of our homeland is the cornerstone of our policy. We believe in strong borders and immigration reform which provides a pathway to citizenship to those who arrive in our country legally. We advocate for a strong military which receives appropriate funding to recruit the best and the brightest to serve in our military branches including the Army, The Navy, The Airforce, and the newly minted Space Force. We adhere to a policy that honors and supports our retired veterans and their families.  We support the fortification of our electronic borders through cyber security.

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Ret. Gen. Petraeus pans Biden’s Afghanistan pullout, says Taliban will retake country and US will regret it

On Wednesday, retired U.S. Army Gen. David Petraeus said he is concerned that President Joe Biden’s decision to withdraw all U.S. troops from Afghanistan by Sept. 11 would allow the Taliban to take control of the country. In a Wednesday interview with Fox News, Petraeus said, “I fear that we are going to look back and regret this decision. What could happen now and what seems beginning to be happening is Taliban further taking control of different territory, some crumbling of the Afghan security forces as we are drawing down our presence.” Petraeus served as the commander of the U.S. Central Command (CENTCOM) and later as the director of the CIA under former President Barack Obama and then-Vice President Biden. The retired general raised concerns the Afghan government’s air force could soon be strained to maintain their aircraft once the U.S. leaves. “At some point, some of our contractors may feel unsafe,” Petraeus said. “Then the maintenance of the Afghan Air Force, we have given them some very sophisticated helicopters and aircraft that’s very important in a vast country with the Hindu Kush Mountains as the spine of the country, air mobility is crucial. Close air support is crucial.” Petraeus added concerns about how the Afghan government forces would fare in a fight with the Taliban without continued U.S. support. “And it’s really a psychological question. How long can the Afghan security forces hang tough?” Petraeus said. “They have been doing really a very admirable job over a number of years taking very tough casualties. You cannot say that the Afghans are not fighting and dying for their country. They very much are.”  Petraeus also said militias and warlords are starting to form in a pattern reminiscent of Afghanistan after the Soviet Union withdrew from the country. “You now have

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Biden admin resumes Trump border wall levee construction amid 900% illegal immigration surge

The Biden administration announced Wednesday that it has resumed construction of a US-Mexico border wall levee. The announcement comes amid a worsening illegal immigration crisis that reached record-high numbers again in April. The United States Army Corps of Engineers (USACE) stated Wednesday night that just over 13 miles of levee in the Rio Grande Valley will be completed. “In support of CBP’s border infrastructure program, USACE has resumed DHS-funded design & construction support on approx. 13.4 miles of levee in the Rio Grande Valley that were partially excavated or at various levels of construction when work on the wall was paused for review,” the USACE tweeted. To be clear, wall construction remains paused to extent permitted by law. Per DHS, we’ve started critical work to repair the Rio Grande Valley’s flood levee, which was excavated to make way for border wall. This remediation work will not involve expanding border barrier. — USACE HQ (@USACEHQ) May 13, 2021 “To be clear, wall construction remains paused to extent permitted by law,” the agency continued. “Per DHS, we’ve started critical work to repair the Rio Grande Valley’s flood levee, which was excavated to make way for border wall. This remediation work will not involve expanding border barrier.” On April 30, the Department of Homeland Security detailed the Biden administration’s plans to “protect border communities from physical dangers” which it claimed were caused by former President Donald Trump’s border wall construction. According to the department’s statement, the Trump administration “blew large holes into the Rio Grande Valley’s flood barrier system” to create space for a border wall. “The flood barrier system had long provided low-lying regions of Hidalgo County, Texas, protection from catastrophic flooding, and these breaches have threatened local communities,” the statement said. “DHS will start work to quickly repair the flood barrier

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Colonial Pipeline Paid Hackers $5 Million In Ransom Hours After Attack 

Colonial Pipeline Paid Hackers $5 Million In Ransom Hours After Attack  Update (1028ET): In a stunning reversal to the official narrative in which the good guys lost and those evil “Russian” hackers ended up with nothing, Bloomberg reports that Colonial paid the DarkSide hackers approximately $5 million in cryptocurrency (which Bloomberg now calls “untraceable” when in its every other hit piece crypto is supposedly completely “traceable”) within hours of the attack last Friday, contradicting a WaPo report it had no plans to pay the ransom to unlock its paralyzed pipeline system. Or what a difference one day makes, before… And after… Once the ransom was paid, the hackers provided Colonial with a decrypting tool to restore its computer system, but “the tool was so slow that the company continued using its own backups to help restore the system, one of the people familiar with the company’s efforts said.” Yeah right. Alas, now that everyone is lying – that WaPo’s sources were dead wrong is hardly a surprise – we will need to get the full story from the hackers themselves. Like, for example, what cryptocurrency was used to make the $5MM payment (we assume bitcoin, adding insult to injury for the ESG cult which faces the double whammy of all those millions of gallons of gasoline flowing again and the realization that Chinese power plants used to mine bitcoin raised global temperatures by at least 1 degree to bring us this payment). Of course, the FBI has requested companies and local and state governments not to pay ransom upon an attack because there is no guarantee the hackers will unlock files. Furthermore it will only incentivize more hacks, so we can only imagine what nuclear power plant(s) will be held for ransom next. Finally, as expected, official sources were completely

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