RED ALERT: McConnell Says Trump Will Sign Horrendous Border Bill

Chris Menahan
InformationLiberation
Feb. 14, 2019

President Trump is going to sign the atrocious screwjob that is the border bill according to Mitch McConnell but will also declare a national emergency to maybe, possibly direct funds to pay for a border wall (pursuant to massive litigation).

"There's no coming back from this," Ann Coulter said Thursday on Twitter. "No 'emergency' or presidential powers will allow him to build the wall, ever, after he signs this bill. Trump has just agreed to fully open borders."


From ABC News:
In a surprise development Thursday, Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell announced on the Senate floor that President Donald Trump would sign a border security funding bill that would avert a government shutdown, but also would declare a national emergency in order to get more funding for his proposed border wall.

His announcement came just before a Senate vote on the measure, which the House is scheduled to vote on Thursday evening.

Many Republicans, including McConnell, had advised the president against declaring a national emergency.

Trump had said previously he was reserving judgment on whether he'll sign the measure until he sees the final text, though the president has indicated he is warming to the deal after receiving a briefing Tuesday on its parameters from Sen. Richard Shelby, the top Republican negotiating on behalf of his party.

“We’re looking for landmines,” Trump told reporters in the Oval Office on Wednesday. “A shutdown would be a terrible thing. I think a point was made with the last shutdown. People realized how bad the border is, how unsafe the border is and I think a lot of good points were made, but I don't want to see another one.”
The bill is nothing but landmines:



















Call your reps and the White House tell them to oppose this bill:




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