As Left Agitates For Civil War, Trump Picks Ex-General John Kelly to Head DHS

Chris Menahan
Dec. 07, 2016

A Washington Post writer was freaking out last week saying Donald Trump's appointment of military men to his cabinet could lead to a dictatorship.

While it's rather hysterical, it's not entirely out of the question.

We are frankly in an "end of Rome" type of situation in America. While I believe Trump is trying his best to fix things, our lying media is unable to constrain itself and stop lying.

TIME Magazine just called for the 65 million Americans who voted for Hillary Clinton not to pay their taxes.

The media is riling up minorities into believing Trump is going to be "the next Hitler" and start throwing people in concentration camps. By pushing this narrative, they're clearly trying to get some lone nut to assassinate him thinking he's "stopping the next Hitler."

NBC News ran an article a few weeks ago pretty much telling "fearful minorities" to go out and buy guns.

Michael Moore tweeted out "Disrupt the Inauguration" this morning and linked to what amounts to a domestic terrorist group which says on their website:
"We're planning a series of massive direct actions that will shut down the Inauguration ceremonies and any related celebrations–the Inaugural parade, the Inaugural balls, you name it. We're also planning to paralyze the city itself, using blockades and marches to stop traffic and even public transit."

The left is agitating for a civil war.

I'd say Trump surrounding himself with a few military generals and admirals is a very good idea.

From the New York Times:
WASHINGTON — President-elect Donald J. Trump has settled on Gen. John F. Kelly, a retired four-star Marine general whose son was killed in combat in Afghanistan, as his choice for secretary of Homeland Security, putting a seasoned commander with personal experience of the costs of war in charge of protecting the nation’s borders.

Blunt-spoken and popular with military personnel, General Kelly, 66, rose to run the United States Southern Command, which put him in charge of the military jail at Guantánamo Bay, Cuba, and exposed him to immigration, drug trafficking and other cross-border problems over a sprawling area that encompasses 32 countries in the Caribbean, Central America and South America.

In that job, General Kelly often took a tough tone on border security, warning Congress last year about the risks of smuggling rings in Mexico and Central America that spirited “tens of thousands of people,” including unaccompanied children, “to our nation’s doorstep.”
“Terrorist organizations could seek to leverage those same smuggling routes to move operatives with intent to cause grave harm to our citizens or even bring weapons of mass destruction into the United States,” General Kelly said in testimony to the Senate Armed Services Committee.

In 2010, General Kelly earned a painful distinction when his son, Lt. Robert Michael Kelly, was killed after stepping on a land mine while leading a platoon in Afghanistan. General Kelly became the highest-ranking military officer to lose a son or daughter in Iraq or Afghanistan.

Mr. Trump, according to a person briefed on the decision, has not yet formally offered the job to General Kelly, who is out of the country. The president-elect plans to roll out the appointment next week, along with his remaining national security choices, including secretary of state.
We'd all be wise to hope for the best but prepare for the worst.

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