Congressman Yoho Calls Out The National Intelligence Community

Rep. Ted Yoho (R-FL)

Rep. Ted Yoho (R-FL)

An annual reported submitted by National Intelligence director James Clapper omitted Iran and Hezbollah from its list of terror threats to the U.S. for the first time in years.

Despite both still being classified in the “Terrorism” section of the report in 2014, specifying that they “continue to directly threaten the interests of U.S. allies. Hizbollah has increased its global terrorist activity in recent years to a level that we have not seen since the 1990s,” Iran and Hezbollah were removed from this year’s report.

Congressman Ted Yoho (FL-3) was asked by Terry Rauch of the Rauch Report if the report from the National Intelligence director James Clapper was true. Was Iran and Hezbollah no longer a threat to U.S. security or global terrorist activity.
(Congressman Ted Yoho sits on the House Committee on Foreign Affairs, Subcommittee on Middle East and North Africa and Subcommittee on Terrorism, Nonproliferation and Trade.)

Congressman Yoho said:

To me this is irresponsibility and deception by our state department, by this administration and the National Intelligence community. They are doing this solely because of a request from Iran to look like we’re playing nice to take them off the terrorist list. They have not slowed down on what they do. (being the biggest sponsor of terrorism is Iran)
They are the ones who supplied all of the funding to other terrorist groups including technology and equipment for the I.E.D.’s

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DNC Support Pedophilia

Democrats seem to support Pedophilia. Seeing they blocked a bill that would punish and imprison anybody who was found guilty of human trafficking of children for sexual reasons.

They clam that President Obama’s attorney general nominee Loretta Lynch’s confirmation vote is far more important than protecting children.

Are they more concern with “war of women” than the “sexual war on children?”

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Thought Of The Day

Closeup of a lonely senior man lost in thought , looking awayYou have the right to free speech, you do not have the right to be heard and I have the right to ignore.

~A Deaf Person~

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Thought Of The Day

corneoWhen they say “you are over qualified”, Are they really saying “your smart, but too stupid to work here?”

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Democrats Successfully Filibuster Human Trafficking Bill

human trafficking Senate Democrats successfully filibustered a bill to crack down on human trafficking Tuesday, setting up a standoff between Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell and Minority Leader Harry Reid over the president’s attorney general nominee.

The final vote was 56-42; 60 votes were needed to invoke cloture and end the Democratic filibuster. Four Democrats, Sens. Joe Manchin (WV), Joe Donnelly (IN), Heidi Heitkamp (ND) and Bob Casey (PA) voted to move forward.

McConnell has vowed to only allow a vote on Loretta Lynch, President Obama’s nominee, after the Senate finishes consideration of the human trafficking bill.

“We have to finish the human trafficking bill,” McConnell said Sunday on CNN. “The Loretta Lynch nomination comes next.”

Democrats filibustered the human trafficking bill even though several top Democrats voted for it in committee a month ago. In explaining their new opposition to the measure, Democrats have cited “Hyde Amendment” language found in many other statutes that prevents federal funding for abortions, saying that they did not read the bill closely enough to know the provision was included.

Meanwhile, two other Republican moderates signaled they will vote against Lynch if her nomination comes to the floor for a vote on the merits. Four Republicans have signaled support for her, meaning that she would need Vice President Joe Biden to break a 50-50 tie if they were the only Republicans to vote for her nomination.

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Thought Of The Day

corneoDefine: “Social Justice.”

An excuse used by a lazy person as a reason to obtain YOUR wealth, liberty and freedom. Obtained by force by means of having the government pass laws to this effect.

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