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Canadian artist and counter-jihad and freedom of speech activist as well as devout Schrödinger's catholic

6 Replies to “Trump picks Gen. Michael Flynn as national security adviser”

  1. “In a recent column for the New York Post, the retired Lt. Gen. referenced his bestselling book, Fields of Flight, when describing how the intelligence gathering arena has become way too “politicized.”
    “I asked the DNI [Gen. James Clapper] if my leadership of the agency was in question and he said it was not; had it been, he said, they would have relieved me on the spot,” Michale Flynn said. “I would not change a lick how I operate. Our country has too much at stake.”

    The veteran military officer went on to say he was trying to “change the culture” of the Defense Intelligence Agency from an entity which he felt focused far too much on what was going on in Washington, D.C. and spent too little time engaging with forward-based commanders and fighters.”

  2. This is fantastic! If you had asked me a year ago who the best possible people to run the United States were, I would have (and did) make a list very similar to the list that President Elect Trump is appointing now. The Jihadis and the Internationalists must be shitting their pants. He’s unerringly picking all the very best people.and there’s even outside (very) talk of Mitt Romney for Secretary of State. I know that’s weird, considering the recent past, but can you imagine what a powerhouse the administration would be with all those people plus Mitt Romney in charge? Awesome. The United States’ international reputation is about to change radically. Picture John Kerry in your mind. Now picture Mitt. See?

    Check out this statement from Ford that I copied from Fox News and think about how this is going to look to the American People:

    “In a statement, Ford said the company ‘confirmed with the President-elect’ that it would continue
    producing Lincoln MKCs at the Louisville plant and added that it was “encouraged that President-elect Trump and the new Congress will pursue policies that will improve U.S. competitiveness and make it possible to keep production of this vehicle here in the United States.” (That’s political gold with platinum trim.)

    All he has to do now is appoint Stephen Coughlan as his expert on radical Islam at $350,000 a year. And, of course, there’s that generous endowment for vladtepesblog. But that goes without saying…

  3. I would have preferred DNI but the Dems would have blocked that in the Senate, their lack of patriotism and honest is becoming more and more apparent with every passing day.

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