It is stories like this which make me wonder if the Republican Party is capable of doing anything policywise for anyone but wealthy Jewish donors:
— Jack Posobiec ?? (@JackPosobiec) August 21, 2018
1/ NEW details on the Nazi deportation: @POTUS ordered US Amb Germany @RichardGrenell to secure German approval months ago. He's invested in case because of NYC tabloid coverage over the years and called Grenell this AM to congratulate him, per ofcl https://t.co/9eXFQhaplO pic.twitter.com/gPNWoGAHcu
— Saagar Enjeti (@esaagar) August 21, 2018
We are relieved the US was finally able to deport former concentration camp guard Jakiw Palij for lying about his involvement in Nazi crimes. We urged the German government as recently as this month to finally accept his deportation. https://t.co/cuQLcgne4Z
— ADL (@ADL_National) August 21, 2018
President Trump Deports Nazi War Criminal
– Another win for the American People pic.twitter.com/o94ZSNXvJk
— RJC (@RJC) August 21, 2018
President Trump has between now and the midterms to figure it out.
We don’t have a border wall. We have been losing free speech on the internet. We have been watching mobs tear down our monuments. We have seen an orgy of Antifa violence in the streets. In return, the Republican Congress has condemned us and given Silicon Valley tax breaks.
I’m not sure where anyone else draws the line, but this is mine. This isn’t anything close to what I voted for in the 2016 elections. If something isn’t done to dramatically turn around this situation around before November, I am sitting out the midterm elections. At a bare minimum, we have to see strong action taken to follow up on the promise to reverse the censorship of social media.