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A Few Good Mentions…

John Nolte @ The Daily Wire: Our Corrupt Media Is Now Haunted By All The Precedents They Set While Colluding With Obama

And all along, over eight terrible years, our media did a whole lot more than just let Obama get away with it. They wholeheartedly colluded. They allowed Obama to persecute them through the Department of Justice and to lie to our face (remember: I just now read about it in the newspaper, the IRS did nothing wrong, you can keep your insurance). And when that wasn’t enough, the media mercilessly attacked as racist anyone who criticized the Precious and ginned up nothingburgers like Todd Akin to distract from those four dead Americans. And when even that wasn’t enough, they themselves lied and obfuscated, covered up and dissembled, and most of all they set all kinds of precedents that, in a delicious form of irony, are now driving this utterly failed institution to the edge of insanity.

The very same media that shrugged when Hillary Clinton set up a secret server, deleted 33,000 government emails, BleachBit’d whatever remained and then literally took a hammer to the devices — the media that set that precedent now wants us to get all worked up over Trump’s tweets?

The very same media that buried Bill Clinton’s perjury and his numerous victims of sexual abuse — the media that set those precedents now wants us to consider an Access Hollywood video a disqualifier for the presidency? Now wants us to freak out over an awkward handshake?
The very same media that gushed over Barack Obama’s magical ability to “slow-walk the truth” — the media that set that precedent now wants us to impeach Trump over how the details of his son’s meeting with a Russian lawyer have been released?

The very same media that joined Obama in pointing and laughing at Mitt Romney’s concern over Russia, the very same media that told us Obama’s serial-appeasement of Russia (refusing Poland missile defense, “more flexibility after the election”) was in reality an extraordinary form of statesmanship — the media that set those precedents now wants us to toss Trump out on his ear because he’s hoping to work with Putin?

Noah Rothman @ Commentary: The ‘Intersectionality’ Trap: No more Sister Souljah moments.

Republicans didn’t always scoff dismissively at the self-destructive, reactionary, fractious collection of malcontents who call themselves The Resistance. The hundreds of thousands who marched in the streets following Donald Trump’s election once honestly unnerved the GOP. This grassroots energy culminated in January’s Women’s March, a multi-day event in which nearly two million people mobilized peacefully and, most importantly, sympathetically in opposition to the president. It was the perfect antidote to the violent anti-Trump demonstrations that typified Inauguration Day, and it might have formed the nucleus of a politically potent movement. The fall of the Women’s March exposes the blight weakening the left and crippling the Democratic Party.

The fever sapping Trump’s opposition was evident in microcosm on Monday in the meltdown of the Women’s March’s social-media presence on Twitter. “Happy birthday to the revolutionary #AssataShakur,” the organization wrote, dedicating the day’s resistance-related activities in her “honor.” Shakur is perhaps better known as Joanne Chesimard, the name that appeared on the court documents in connection with her being tried and convicted of eight felonies, including the execution-style murder of a New Jersey State Trooper. She currently resides in communist Cuba, a fugitive from American justice.

The outrage that followed the Women’s March’s endorsement of a cop-killer, exile, and unrepentant black nationalist was such that the organization was compelled to explain itself. “[T]his is not to say that #AssataShakur has never committed a crime, and not to endorse all of her actions,” the group flailed. “We say this to demonstrate the ongoing history of government [and] right-wing attempts to criminalize and discredit political activists.” This fanatical display of befuddlement perfectly encapsulates the logic of “intersectionality.” It demonstrates why this vogue ideology shackles its devotees to doomed causes and sinking ships. […]

SHAMEFUL: CNN’s Marc Lamont Hill ‘really really really likes’ convicted cop killer Assata Shakur

And now for the Women’s March tweet-storm, er, ‘brief refresher,’ defending Assata Shakur

NYTimes: Saudi Police Arrest Woman Who Wore Miniskirt in Online Video

Kurt Schlichter @ Townhall: Europe Has Problems, But At Least There They Don’t Incessantly Babble About Trump

Jacob Bojesson @ The DC: EXCLUSIVE: Hungarian Gov’t Steps Up Fight Against George Soros

It Looks Official That Kid Rock Is Running For Senate

Goodbye Joe Scarborough . . . Hello, Kid Rock

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The HuffPo Sends a Special Expedition to America’s Heartland to Study the Unwashed

These will not be the type of people the HuffPo staffers in a van will be seeking out and talking to. No.

This level of liberal condescension is sickening.
But hey, keep it up dems/libs/progs, it’ll get Donald Trump 2020…

Politico: HuffPost goes out in search of Middle America: Seeking a new direction, the site launches a 23-city bus tour to ‘listen to America.’

Having made its name as a home for liberals and the blog posts of coastal elites, the recently renamed HuffPost is seeking to reinforce its new, less partisan image with a seven-week bus tour through Middle America to “listen and learn what it means to be American today,” the site will announce on Thursday.

Starting in September, a traveling party of rotating HuffPost staff members led by editor-in-chief Lydia Polgreen will visit more than 20 cities, eschewing the coasts for the likes of Fort Wayne, Indiana, Oxford, Mississippi and Odessa, Texas. At each city, the site will host events, roll out planned stories with local media outlets, send out reporters to write about the communities and collect stories from residents “in their own words.”

It’s a unique project for a media organization that made its name as the crusading home for progressives, even attaching a note to each story during the election about then-candidate Donald Trump calling him a “xenophobe,” “racist” and “misogynist.” (The tag was removed on Election Day.) Founder Arianna Huffington created The Huffington Post in 2004 to be a liberal version of the Drudge Report.

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And did said HuffPoo staffers check with HR to see if they needed booster updates on their vaccines before heading out with their bottled mineral water supply, crate of hand sanitizer, and emergency freeze-dried tofu jerky into the dark lands of the ‘unwashed masses’?

Though many of the cities the group is visiting voted for Hillary Clinton in last year’s election, all but two of the states went to Trump. But Polgreen says they’re not visiting “Trump country,” pointing to a reason for each city or state on the tour like an interesting community college system in Fort Wayne or Detroit’s large Arab-American population. Hillary Frey, HuffPost’s director of editorial strategy who came up with the bus tour idea, also pointed out that logistically it didn’t make sense to go to the corners of the country where the distance from one city to the next would be too far.

“We were basically looking at a pretty eclectic mix of communities that represent a lot of different facets of American life,” Polgreen said. “All of these ideological divisions [in the media] are confusing right now and for me it’s less about left or right — it’s who are you more oriented toward, more oriented to the interest of the wealthy and powerful or are you orientated toward the people who are not in the top 20 percent.”

For Polgreen HuffPost has always been “about listening and having an ear to the ground” through their contributor network. The bus tour, she said, would give a real-life version of that contributor network “to go out into the country and really listen to these people’s voices in a direct and in-person way.”

In other words it’s just a big leftist dog-whistle. They will be extremely selective in who they are talking with? Sounds like they have chosen to look only to ‘minority’ democrats apparently cruelly trapped/hostage in the vast wasteland. They don’t give a flying fig about anyone else and what we have to say. HuffPo is NOT being “journalistic” in this exercise.

LISTEN: Anguished Caller Shames Media Over Russia Obsession: “We’re Out Here Struggling”

This is why Trump will get 4 more years in 2020.

We grow/raise/produce the food they live off of.
We provide the fuel they burn.
We raise children who become the backbone of our brave military.
Our children grow up to be doctors, nurses, teachers, lawyers, firefighters, police officers, farmers, factory workers, writers, artists, astronauts, builders, industrialists, etc.
Oh, football at the college level and the pro level, that they love to watch and bet on, would be nothing without our sons.

You ever notice it’s always the coastal prog-elites that scold the rest of us we need to get out of the USA to experience the rest of the world, yet, they themselves know absolutely nothing about the majority land mass between their liberal east and west coast armpits?

Yes, we have poverty, broken families, crime, financial woes, school dropout rates, drug problems … just like the coasts.

Yeah, they’ll come. They’ll see. They’ll report every stinking negative thing they can misrepresent in their reportage.

HuffPo’s Deplorable Safari

There’s a whole # thread on this over on Twitter. It’s hilarious: #HuffPoInTheHeartland

How out of touch with real Americans and life/hardwork are our progressive overlords?
I give you the mastermind behind Facebook who is now an elitist know-it-all mega-millionaire and wants a universal wage for everyone else…

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Charlie Martin @ PJM: Lunch Meat and Liberals

There are a lot of people who I think would have profited with having spent at least a little time in a real job. By “real job”, here, I mean something that isn’t primarily practiced at a keyboard, doesn’t require a degree, and is paid by the hour…

Derek Hunter @ Townhall: HuffPo’s Progressive Safari Through Middle America

Just a reminder that liberals of every stripe have been calling for the torture and death of those who voted for Donald Trump … but mostly those in the American heartland, of course.

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You’ll note the HuffPo bunch will be going to those cities/areas that Hillary won in the election and talking to those who presumably voted for her. See, they only want to hear how horrible those people’s have been since January 20, 2017 when she was not being sworn in as POTUS, but grumbling about her aging letch of a husband ogling the Trump women.

They’re the only people willingly hooked up to the MSM’s “Trump-Russia collusion” IV…

Salena Zito: “Hillary’s perfectly crafted untruths”

Salena Zito: If You Can’t Understand Trump’s Success and Popularity You Just Don’t Get Out Much…

Salena Zito: “Because in American politics, geography is everything.”

Salena Zito: This is the next Democratic stronghold to crack like the Rust Belt

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“Fear The Walking Dead”: Stranded … “I Speak to You from My Grave”

I’m not sure if I’ve posted at all about this sorta-kinda prequel show to “The Walking Dead” since its introduction on AMC a couple years ago. Just to summarize, the series takes place on the west coast from LA and into Mexico, and began at the very start of when the zombie apocalypse infection began. Basically its the “when the world went to shit” phase that Rick Grimes slept through during his post-shooting coma in a Georgia hospital. FTWD follows a woman, Madison Clark, and her two grown kids and the various few others that they have collected along their trek out of Los Angeles into Mexico and the South West border.

Along the way of this series we have seen things we did not see in TWD. Planes falling out of the sky. Whole cities being firebombed by the military in an attempt to contain the infection and zombie uprising (we saw a glimpse of this in TWD when Lori and Shane watched Atlanta get firebombed from a highway hilltop.) We realize the ocean does not stop the zombies, that they can float beneath the water until they reach shore and you are not safe even if you fall off a boat into the Pacific. We see makeshift facilities where the alarmed military held people suspected of being infected or vulnerable to become infected, where they collected and exterminated walkers, and where medical staff figured out a blow to the brain was the only way to stop a recently deceased human from turning into a zombie, and the only method to kill a zombie. We watch as civilized society completely breaks down and finally collapses and total confusion and anarchy take over.

In the first season of FTWD we see the Clark family struggling to find focus in their fleeing the constant danger, destruction, death, and the growing walking-biting dead population in the congested, and now lawless, city. they and their group meet up with a high-rolling smooth-talking conman named Strand who tells them all he has a boat. They escape LA and head to Strand’s boyfriends elite compound in the hills of Mexico, only to find his boyfriend is dying and soon to turn, and his mother cloistering away walkers and protecting them as holy souls.

After a massive cluster-fuck at the posh Mexican compound and a blaze the group ends up scattered and on the road again. Fast-forward to this season…

After a dangerous and deadly crossing over the Mexican border back into the U.S. the Clark family finds themselves in the company of a family of survivalists and their massed militia who have their own huge compound of “stolen” Indian land. We also discover the lone Strand comes upon some thugs that have taken over a dammed reservoir and are playing god with the water as multitudes of people file there everyday.

Back at the militia ranch Madison decides she will accumulate power over the set-up and eventually take it over.

The mid-season finale had The Nation, a compound of a tribe of Native Americans, is threatening war on the survivalist compound because the founder stole the land from his grandfather and father. We later find out the militia leader of the compound actually murdered the two Indians decades ago. So what we have during this chapter of FTWD is an old fashioned Indians vs white man situation, the apocalypse having thrown everyone back to the old west mentality. Now, city dweller Madison Clark takes full advantage of the major land rift and does her own deal with the head of the tribe to broker a peace … and it involves not only the death of the faltering militia leader, Jeremiah Otto, but his head.

You see, the Native American tribal leader explains that this apocalypse was foretold and it is meant to basically cleanse the evil white man from the lands that once belonged to his people. *yawn*

Through all of this the lone-wolf Victor Strand is trying to find his purpose, if any, in this cruel world order where any power of skills-power to wheel and deal are gone. The meek have inherited the Earth and they no longer recognize the former world people like Strand is still holding onto. Of all the episodes thus far of FTWD, especially this season which I have found more annoying than interesting, there was one golden moment and it involved the tall, dark and arrogant Strand.

He found his way back to the shoreline and discovered the yacht that had brought him and the Clark family and others to Mexico, but it is hopelessly stranded in the shallows. Those that had been guarding it and using it for a party boat were now zombies. Strand methodically goes about exterminating the once human vermin. However, he soon discovers the boat is useless, even outside the scuttled situation. He puts on his old white tuxedo jacket and begins drowning his sorrows on a final bottle of Champaign.

When he wakes the next morning he discovers the radio still works and is stunned at the voice on the other end. It is a Russian cosmonaut stranded far above the end of the world in space. He was supposed to have returned to Earth by now, but it all went to shit just days before his scheduled return from the presumed space station. This is where Strand is awakened to the stark and horrifying reality of the global extent of this vile infection and its undead aftermath…

For all Strand’s loneliness and isolation he is to realize the cosmonaut is either the loneliest man still alive … or the luckiest human not to be directly experiencing the extinction of mankind and life as they knew it. The Russian will die in his spacecraft alone and eventually crash to Earth when it loses orbit. Was he spared whatever infection that befell the Earth while so far above the stratosphere? And what of the rest of the crew that might have been with him? He has resigned himself to the fact that no matter how much he would like to have a chance to live life for as long as possible, his situation has him in a slow death timeline as his supplies run out. The Russian has resigned himself to the fact he sits in his coffin in a grave far above the human chaos and carnage on the ground below. Strand sobs for the man, for himself, for humanity, for the world, and for the fact that he must bury his own past in order to deal with his situation still on the spinning infected globe. He sets fire to the yacht and leaves it behind as he walks away to return to the struggle ahead.

The episode had a few dialogue ‘Easter eggs’ I caught that harkened to other movies, but the Strand-Russian cosmonaut unworldly exchange was very “Gravity” when astronaut Ryan Stone believed she was dying in space and managed to pick up an Eskimo out on the Earthen frozen tundra far below and had a brief conversation with him. I am sure the writers did this on purpose, as TWD writers and producers tend to pay partially hidden homage to their own favorites from time to time. In the theatrical version of the feature film we only saw Dr. Stone’s end of the conversation, much like with Strand on the yacht. There was a spin-off mini-film of the “Gravity” scene that did involve showing us the other side of the conversation on the frozen ground below. Neither party could understand the other because of the language barrier, unlike Victor Strand and the English-abled Russian cosmonaut who instead of a soothing lullaby exchanged lines from classic books from memory, and realizing all memory of such things would all die with them…

As we saw in “Gravity” Stone decides not to die but to leave the ship in order to try for a return to life. Strand’s torching of the yacht and hauling his loaded backpack away from it in the dark was very akin to that. This was Victor Strand’s TWD CDC moment of truth, as Rick had when he was told the whole world had fallen to the infection/infected and there was no way out but to just forge forward and live with it. At the end of the radio exchange with Strand and the cosmonaut I, atleast, was left unsure if the spaceman had committed suicide. I will re-watch the scene a couple times and decide if that was a real possibility, as Strand’s reaction at the end of the conversation and the Russian’s silence brought him to a breakdown of sobs and tears…

Last words are for fools who have not said enough. Marx. Karl Marx. Tell me about your champagne, Victor Strand.
Strand: It’s a 1985 Dom Perignon vintage.
Russian: Hello?
Strand: Mr. Vachenko?
Russian: You are breaking up my friend. The world turns. [static]

Were these be the last words Strand might ever hear from a fellow human?
We know odds were it would be for the Russian cosmonaut.

This is why out of the entirety of “Fear The Walking Dead” I find this the most, and possibly the only, poignant moment of the series that appears to be as disorganized and chaotic as the apocalypse itself. In my opinion, Victor Strand needs to be made more of a central part of the series. While the writers look to make Madison Clark the Rick/Carol of this series (and there is running speculation she could be a relative of one of those two), it is Strand who offers more of an interesting dynamic to the post-apocalyptic world ahead, removed from anything we have experienced from the various “The Walking Dead” characters over so many seasons.

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We see the inklings of Victor Strand’s passage into this new world disorder.
While Madison’s inner leader is emerging we also see changes in her kids.
The drug addict Nick cuts his long greasy hair and picks up a gun, even killing a living man.
Alecia buys into some of the Native American prophecy of the world righting itself of man’s wrongs, and sheds her LA girl existence for the rugged frontier maiden amid the battles of men. Neither she nor her brother Nick is quite ready to give up cultural norms of right and wrong, until they realize it means survival and Nick does what needs to be done to bring peace between the tribes.

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Weekend Reads for the Productive Loafers

The liberals always say we need to travel out of America to understand how wrong America is (or some-such garbage). I say travel out of our nation to fully appreciate exactly what we daily take for granted as Americans.

My friend Charlie Martin @ PJM shares his firsthand experience: I Lived in Germany and Learned This Lesson

Scott McCay @ The American Spectator: The Left’s Breaking Point? We might have found it with the transgender movement.

American Thinker: Hard-Pressed Rural Californians Try Civil-Rights Approach: North state residents take a page from minority activists’ playbook and push for better representation in state government.

FNC: Louisiana cop sues Black Lives Matter after being wounded in deadly ambush

Prof. Ann Althouse: Some of the critics of Trump’s Warsaw speech reject the idea of the greatness of Western Civilization

Kurt Schlichter @ Townhall: We Should Cheer CNN’s Ritual Suicide

Larry Kudlow: Trump Has Putin Over a Barrel

Rich Lowry: Trump Is Winning the Immigration Debate

Tech Freedom: Revived National Space Council Could Mean Space Policy Rethink

Don Surber: Trump speech shows why they hate us … (and him)

Rubbing salt in the left’s whining…

Roger Kimball: Donald Trump as Pericles

In all the manufactured heat and hype that “Russia hacked— er, interferedtampered in our election and therefor Trump is illegitimate”, dozens of states are refusing to cooperate with the commission investigating voter fraud and irregularities. Funny that, huh?

Byron York: Rebel states sell info they hide from Trump voter commission

WUWT: Bombshell study: Temperature Adjustments Account For ‘Nearly All Of The Warming’ In Government Climate Data

From the files of “What A Total Dick Move”: Trump stuck staying at German government-owned Hamburg guest house because Obama administration failed to reserve a hotel last year – and every luxury lodging was booked solid … And Obama is in Germany himself for the G20 meeting with world leaders as if he’s still emperor or something. I wonder where he’s staying.

From the parody account that reeks with truth and common sense…

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Look into the Eyes of Government-Run ‘Universal’ Health Care

If the UK/Euro horror stories aren’t enough, our VA healthcare failures coupled with this is all we ‘unwashed masses’ need to know about government-run healthcare in the US…

‘People Are Dying Here’: Federal Hospitals Fail Native Americans – Indian Health Service facilities sanctioned for dangerous, faulty care, leaving often-impoverished patients on remote reservations without services required by law

In some of the nation’s poorest places, the government health service charged with treating Native Americans failed to meet minimum U.S. standards for medical facilities, turned away gravely ill patients and caused unnecessary deaths, according to federal regulators, agency documents and interviews.

The IHS, a unit of the Department of Health and Human Services, operates a network of hospitals and clinics, much like the Veterans Health Administration. Under U.S. treaties that date back generations, the service is legally responsible for providing medical care to about 2.2 million tribal members.

But that system has collapsed in the often-remote corners of Indian Country, where patients live hours from other medical providers, often have no insurance and depend on the federal service.

“We’ve lost faith in the IHS, but we have no alternatives to go anywhere else,” said Lisa White Pipe, a tribal council member for the Rosebud Sioux, whose father died last year after a delay in cancer treatment that she blames on the agency…

The problems have come to a head in recent months after IHS hospitals repeatedly failed inspections, shut down services or lost access to crucial federal funds. Such failures have prompted new calls for broader oversight of the IHS by Congress. The Rosebud tribe, whose reservation stretches across a rural swath of South Dakota, is also now suing the agency in federal court, alleging that the IHS has failed to fulfill its treaty responsibility to care for tribal members.

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The latest crisis has arisen after the IHS and the Health Department failed to address a chorus of warnings over many years about neglect at the agency’s facilities. The warnings came from lawmakers in both parties, internal whistleblowers and the families of patients who died. Over and over, they reported that IHS hospitals were plagued by inadequate supplies, poor training, overwhelmed staff and critical positions left unfilled. […]

And this warning: The Charlie Gard Case is Not About His Medical Prognosis, So Stop Pretending It Is

… After the initial outrage of the EU’s highest court denying Charlie’s parents the right to take their child to another country for medical care, the usual round of contrarian “you really don’t understand the real issue” posts began popping up.

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This isn’t about Charlie’s chances to live. Anyone looking at the evidence and Charlie’s medical history can plainly see all signs point towards a sad ending. The doctors and hospital and even the high courts have come to the very reasonable conclusion that further medical intervention will not save this baby. He may not even have real brain function anymore. They aren’t wrong for recommending life support be removed.

But therein lies the rub. They are not simply recommending life support be removed. They are ordering two parents to remove the life support and watch their baby die. All choice has been removed from their hands in this matter.

Just try for one moment to imagine an anonymous court officer telling you that you are not empowered to make decisions for your child, but they are. Think about how outrageous you would find that.

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These parents are only doing what we’ve all said we would do for our own precious children – anything. In this case, they’ve done that “anything” all by themselves. They are not asking the government to cover the costs, they are not demanding more services or more more money or more doctors. The Gards have raised all the funds, arranged the medical staff and transportation. Their request is painfully simple –

Let us take our son somewhere.

Charlie might live or Charlie might die. Their efforts may be fruitless. That isn’t the point…

The Gard family should be the only ones making the ultimate call on their son’s care. To suggest otherwise is terrifying. They have the right to make a choice, good or bad. This is their baby. Theirs.

The big problem with socialized medicine is that when the government controls your healthcare they can control any aspect of your daily life under the guise of “cost” … The Gards are British and this is the reality of the system they voluntarily live in. That isn’t the case. In fact, it is costing the British government more money to deny the Gards the right to leave than it would just to release him and escort him out of the hospital.

The fact that this doesn’t at all bother the contrarian crowd really bothers me. Especially those who claim to fall on the side of pro-life. This is a faceless bureaucracy legislating death instead of empowering their free citizens to make their own choices (and arrangements) for their own children and their medical care. It is about forcing people to suffer in a system that was supposed to be all about helping in the first place. […]

“What is happening to the Gards is just “necessary” reminder of the individual’s place in the socialized scheme of things.”

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Liberal-Elitist “Open Borders” Advocate Moving His Family Back to U.S. for “Security Reasons”

How wonderful the Clooneys can afford such security and ability to pick up and leave such an unstable “refugee” mess. Just know that they will always be protected to the highest standard of security his U.S. dollars can buy.

By the way, where’s the large mouth SJW bass to scream “white privilege” at the aging white actor?

Actor and immigration activist George Clooney will move to Los Angeles with his wife Amal and newborn twins Ella and Alexander due to security concerns at his England estate, according to a report.

Life & Style magazine reported last week that the 56-year-old Oscar-winner will move his newly-expanded family to his mansion in Studio City, California, after deeming his 17th century mansion in Sonning, England to be not sufficiently safe for them.

“As soon as Amal found out she was pregnant, he hired former Secret Service agents to assess all his properties and make recommendations for improvement,” an unnamed Clooney “insider” told the magazine. “His mansion in Studio City [Calif.] was deemed the most secure, and it’s within minutes of an LAPD station.”

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“He doesn’t feel like Amal and the twins are safe living in the English countryside,” the source told Life & Style. “He’s determined to move his family to LA, where he feels much more secure.”

The report comes as England has been rocked by terrorist attacks in recent months, including the terrorist bombing of a concert by pop singer Ariana Grande in Manchester in June that claimed the lives of 22 people, many of them young children.

In May, British government officials disclosed that 23,000 known jihadi terrorists are believed to be residing in Britain, far more than the 3,000 that had initially been reported.

The move for the Clooneys comes as both George and Amal have been among the most vocal and active celebrity advocates for open borders and the free flow of refugees between countries.

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George has also been an outspoken critic of Trump, telling The Guardian in a March 2016 interview that he believes Trump to be a “xenophobic fascist” and an “opportunist.” He previously described Trump’s immigration policy proposals as “idiotic” and “intolerant.”
Clooney owns several homes throughout the world, including a massive estate in Lake Como, Italy. The actor has previously taken extensive security measures to keep his home in Italy private, and in 2015, local mayor Robert Pozzi reportedly imposed a $600 fine on anyone found trespassing near the actor’s property.

In July of last year, a makeshift refugee camp was established in Lake Como after the Swiss government decided to close its southern border with Italy. Dozens of refugees arrived from African and Asian countries were housed in tents close to the Clooneys’ home, with a local tour guide telling the Daily Mail that the refugee camps were a “big problem because of the huge numbers [of refugees] who are arriving all the time.” […]

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And this as the NorKs are working out the bugs on reaching a large city on the U.S. west coast with one of their missiles.

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PDJT’s Full Speech in Warsaw, Poland

President Trump’s Remarkable Warsaw Speech

Meanwhile, as the leftist American MSM gasps over PDJT’s praise of Western civilization and refusal to be defeated by anyone…

Polish Crowd Chants ‘Donald Trump!’’USA! USA!’

As Germany burns…

‘Welcome to hell’: G20 protesters start fires after riot police hit them with water cannons and pepper sprays in clashes ahead of Hamburg summit

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