2018 Homeland Security Budget – What Americans Should Get Ready For Next Year?

by Thinker

The changes are coming in 2018 and one thing that will not be in writing is the separation of family at borders and in other events. A verbal promise, but refusal in writing seems odd if their is real concern. Human trafficking – does an unwritten statement protect those who are on the wrong side of the law? Will children be separated from their families? Where did all the children go that came across the Mexican border uncontested? Did they get reunited with their families? No news – is it really good news? What can Americans look forward to with the 2018 Homeland Security Budget that isn’t big enough? How can so many events happen and all the trillions of security, police, CIA, NSA, FBI, ICE/DHS and shooters can still fly in and out of a country?

Where does all the money really go?

Does anyone ever get audited or held accountable? NOPE! How much will Americans spend to put up more barriers, have more pat downs in public places, and soon a chip??? Letting Americans know what is coming next from those that have sworn an oath to keep somebody safe – is it the people?
Kamala Harris Almost Has A NERVOUS BREAKDOWN While Grilling John Kelly

Who is in charge and who is going to change life for Americans? What are the promises that are being made to keep the U.S. and citizens safe? Really?
John Kelly Gets Pissed When Kamala Harris Interrupts Him 3 Times! “LET ME FINISH ONCE!”

Most Americans don’t even know John Kelly is the current White House Chief of Staff for U.S. President Donald Trump, previously serving as U.S. Secretary of Homeland Security in the same administration. Retired United States Marine Corps general and the former commander of United States Southern Command, the unified combatant command responsible for American military operations in Central America, South America, and the Caribbean. He had previously served as the commanding general of the Multi-National Force West in Iraq from February 2008 to February 2009, and as the commander of Marine Forces Reserve and Marine Forces North in October 2009.

Served for one year in the United States Merchant Marine, where he says “my first time overseas was taking 10,000 tons of beer to Vietnam”. In 1999, Kelly transferred to joint duty and served as the special assistant to the Supreme Allied Commander, Europe, in Mons, Belgium. He returned to the United States in 2001, and was assigned to a third tour of duty at Camp Lejeune, now as the assistant chief of staff G-3 with the Second Marine Division. Kelly was nominated for major general, and confirmed by the U.S. Senate on September 11, 2007. Kelly’s next assignment, in July 2007, was as commanding general, I Marine Expeditionary Force (Forward). On February 9, 2008 Kelly assumed command of the Multi-National Force–West in Iraq, replacing Major General Walter E. Gaskin. After a year in Iraq, Kelly returned to the United States in February 2009.

At six months, Kelly’s term as Secretary of Homeland Security is the briefest in the office’s relatively short history.

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In a 2014 speech regarding the War on Terror, Kelly said:

“If you think this war against our way of life is over because some of the self-appointed opinion-makers and chattering class grow ‘war weary,’ because they want to be out of Iraq or Afghanistan, you are mistaken. This enemy is dedicated to our destruction. He will fight us for generations, and the conflict will move through various phases as it has since 9/11.”

In an April 2017 speech at George Washington University, Kelly said, “If lawmakers do not like the laws they’ve passed and we are charged to enforce, then they should have the courage and skill to change the laws. Otherwise they should shut up and support the men and women on the front lines.” Kelly indicated days into the administration his interest in having the U.S.–Mexico border wall completed within two years. On April 21, 2017, Kelly said the U.S.–Mexico border wall would begin construction “by the end of the summer. Two days later, Kelly said he believed “a border wall is essential” as there were “tremendous threats” such as drugs and individuals coming into the US.

In May 2017, Kelly said of terrorism, “It’s everywhere. It’s constant. It’s nonstop. The good news for us in America is we have amazing people protecting us every day. But it can happen here almost anytime.” He said that the threat from terrorism was so severe that some people would “never leave the house” if they knew the truth. Kelly took office on July 31, 2017. Trump appointed Kelly to the post of White House Chief of Staff on July 28, 2017, replacing Reince Priebus. Priebus’s ousting and Kelly’s appointment followed a chaotic internal power struggle within the White House. What was wrong with Priebus – a politician for the people?

That same day, with Trump’s approval, Kelly removed Anthony Scaramouch from his role as communications director, just ten days after Scaramucci was appointed to that role. Reportedly, Kelly had requested permission to remove Scaramucci after “Scaramucci had boasted about reporting directly to the president, not the chief of staff.” Scaramucci worked at Goldman Sachs’ investment banking, equities, and private wealth management divisions between 1989 and 1996. He moved into the private investing sector starting his own company.

On August 18, 2017, Kelly removed Steve Bannon from his role as White House Chief Strategist.

Bannon, an American media executive, political activist, and former investment banker, who is executive chairman of Breitbart News. He served as the White House Chief Strategist (a newly created position) in the administration of US President Donald Trump during the first seven months of his term. In this capacity, he attended the Principals Committee of the U.S. National Security Council from January 28, 2017, to April 5, 2017. Another ex-Goldman Sach’s employee of the nwo government revolving door goes out quick.


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