Mayor Carmen Cruz the terrorist supporter

Well, that didn’t take long. The lamestream media made an instant hero out of the San Juan mayor, to oppose Trump. Now they’re entwined with the terrorist supporter.

BUSTED: Anti-Trump Puerto Rican Mayor Supported Terrorist Oscar Lopez Rivera

Got News – Sep 30, 2017

Carmen Yulin Cruz, the anti-Trump Mayor of San Juan who has used the national spotlight of Hurricane Maria to attack Trump, has a long history of supporting convicted terrorist Oscar Lopez Rivera, a Puerto Rican radical who ran a paramilitary group that waged war against the United States.

Since May 29th, 2012, Cruz has used her official Twitter account 49 times to lend support to Lopez, a man arrested by the United States government in May of 1981 for seditious conspiracy against the United States and conspiracy to transport explosives to destroy government property, among other charges. Later that year, Lopez was sentenced to 55 years in jail for his various crimes.

Moreover, it appears Cruz is more than just a supporter of Rivera’s; she appears to be a personal friend of his. On May 29th, 2016, Cruz posted a tribute to Rivera, and wrote “for a great friend, a great patriot: for you Oscar Lopez Rivera.” …/


Maybe she should drop the Resistance program and concentrate on the assistance.

Breaking-bad Baltimore mayor wants riot bailout

You knew it was coming and now Baltimore planners are back at the public trough looking for relief for the riot damage.

The mayor who told the police to give them room to loot is scheming with her cohorts (aka partners in crime) to get Federal coffers via FEMA to pay for at least 75% of the damage, they are now pegging to about 20 million. (for opening bid)

See Washington Times

The planners are named Maryland Gov. Larry Hogan, a Republican, and Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake, a Democrat. They are the ones responsible for the calculations, and the signatories of the request.

The payees are red-blooded Americans who keep FEMA afloat for such natural disasters as Hurricanes Katrina and Rita, and Superstorm Sandy, and FEMA, as you may or may not know, is no tightwad.

Why should they pay for their own malfeasance when the Federal Government can pick up the tab?

On a dual track with the economic damage, Rawlings stand-down order and the following charges from the prosecutor, had the effect of neutering the police. Since the riots the skyrocketing crime and murder rate are the direct results. And right on clockwork, they are complaining about police’s reluctance to enforce the law. Go figure. What a tangled web of lunacy Baltimore concocted.

But the 20 million is just a proposed starting estimate on the riot damage. At the same time they are asking for de facto bailout from taxpayers, Baltimore’s financial officer says the fiscal shape of the city is very good and strong. But why worry themselves over the expenses?

Now that I know that I think I’ll start calling her “super cell” Stephanie Rawlings-Blake.


U.S.-Russian partnership on emergency prevention and response

Head of Russian ministry of Emergency Situations satisfied with development of U.S.-Russian relationships in emergency prevention and response

25 June 23:31  — — EMERCOM of Russia
The fourth meeting of the U.S.-Russia Bilateral Presidential Commission Working Group on Emergency Situations and seventeenth meeting of Joint U.S.-Russia Cooperation Committee on Emergency Situations took place on 25 June 2013 in Washington.
Addressing the present at the meeting, Russian Ministry of Emergency Situations Mr. Vladimir Puchkov noted that U.S.-Russian cooperation in the area of protection against natural and man-made disasters was of strategic importance and directly supported by the Presidents of Russian and USA. The Minister pointed out that the cooperation was developing very fast and efficiently and there are new areas of cooperation, which allowed not only high-level support, but constant extension. This year particularly one of the priorities in joint activity of the two countries was monitoring and forecasting emergency situations.
In his speech Minister Puchkov stressed that the number of disasters grows constantly. “At the last meeting of the working group we discussed the possible meteorite threats and already this year we faced such in Chelyabinsk Region.” In addition, the past year saw floods and abnormal snowfalls in Russia, fires in Colorado, Sandy hurricane and a tornado in Oklahoma.
In his turn Craig Fugate, Administrator of FEMA thanked The Russian Emergency Situations Ministry for support in responding to Sandy hurricane. “FEMA learned a lot from this situation. We have revised many criteria in responding to hurricanes,” – said Mr. Fugate.
Minister Puchkov offered his U.S. colleagues to set up joint working groups of experts, who would be responding to emergencies in the Russian Federation or the United States. The FEMA delegation saw the offer positively.
The Russian Minister also drew attention to the necessity of coordination work. Considering the uniqueness of each emergency situation and diversity of their conditions, the response system should be adequate to possible challenges. “Response operations have to be coordinated as only in this case activities of all subsystems give positive results,” – noted Minister Puchkov. According to The Russian Minister it is the actions of the coordinator of the emergency situation on which depends how much efforts will be needed to overcome the aftermath and health of thousands of people.
The parties also discussed involvement of voluntary organizations in emergency prevention and response and problems concerning rescue operations at the facilities of mineral resource industry. They discussed cooperation between and development of voluntary organizations as well.
In general, the Russian Minister was satisfied with the development of U.S.-Russian partnership in emergency response and prevention.

There has already been a lot of speculation if this would include or lead to Russian troops on US soil. Its hard to see where it excludes it. We’ve seen a lot of things lately that we thought we’d never see. It creates this warm and fuzzy (radical pose) climate where this and more is possible or probable – take your pick.


Russian Troops On American Soil

July 6, 2013 by Kris Zane – Western Center for Journalism

Imagine you’re attending the Boston Marathon in 2014. Because of the terrorist bombing the year before, the route is crawling with security, primarily militarized police.

It’s hot, so you have a large store of bottled water in a sports bag, along with a video camera and miscellaneous items. One of these militarized police accosts you and demands in a vicious voice that you empty out your bag. He’s especially interested in your video camera and views the tape. He sees nothing to cause alarm and lets you go.

The whole episode shakes you up; but, as Barack Hussein Obama drums in your ear constantly, it’s the price we pay—what he calls “the right balance” between our safety against terrorism and losing our liberties.

One thing though: The police officer who rifled through your belongings, although seamlessly blending in with the other militarized police officers, speaks with an odd accent, not to mention the fact that you don’t recognize his badge.

You learn an alarming fact: He’s a member of the Russian Special Forces, invited by FEMA to help out with “mass security events.”

Welcome to a dystopic version of Orwell’s 1984, when the enemy of the United States, a country whose nuclear missiles are pointed directly at our bases in Europe, are on American streets conducting security!