November 21, 2016, - 3:35 pm

Homeland Security: “We F’d Up Again! Gave 200,000 Green Cards to Terrorists”

By Debbie Schlussel


Dept of Jihadist Security Artwork by Fred Taub of Boycott Watch


Hot off the presses, an hour ago, from the falsely-named Department of Homeland Security is that the department bleeped up again, issuing thousands of “duplicate” green cards that have disappeared and probably went to terrorists by DHS’ own admission. The department says it has 200,000 such reports. Yup, 200,000. And this is from its own do-nothing in-house investigator, the Office of the Inspector General. Read the scary details.

Here’s the press release:

A new Department of Homeland Security Office of Inspector General (DHS OIG) report concludes that U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) continues to struggle to ensure proper Green Card issuance. The audit was conducted as a follow-up to a March 2016 report where the DHS OIG disclosed that USCIS had sent potentially hundreds of Green Cards to the wrong addresses.

In fact, the problem was far worse than originally thought. Over the last 3 years, USCIS produced at least 19,000 cards that included incorrect information or were issued in duplicate. Additional mistakes included over 2,400 immigrants approved for 2-year conditional residence status being inadvertently issued cards with 10-year expiration dates. The agency also received over 200,000 reports of cards potentially misdelivered, or not being delivered to approved applicants.

The majority of the card issuance errors were due to the flawed design and functionality problems in the agency’s Electronic Immigration System (ELIS). The delays and cost overruns of the ELIS system have been documented in previous OIG reports. Although USCIS conducted a number of efforts to recover the inappropriately issued and missing cards, its efforts to address the errors have been inadequate.

“It appears that thousands of Green Cards have simply gone missing. In the wrong hands, Green Cards may enable terrorists, criminals, and undocumented aliens to remain in the United States,” said Inspector General Roth. “It is vital that USCIS ensure better tools and procedures are in place to mitigate such risks.”

Read the full report on this numbskullity here.

Um, yeah, good luck finding anyone in government “ensur[ing] better tools and procedures are in place to mitigate such risks.” You think the lazy government and its politically correct bureaucrats are gonna send federal agents (in this case, it would probably be ICE agents) to investigate and track down each of those 200,000 complaints? Dream on, my friend. Will never happen. Nevah evah.

We spend billions of dollars on these computer programs and software and it always fails. Why? Where is the accountability? Where are the lawsuits against the makers of this crap (who are laughing all the way to the bank)? Don’t look for the producers of the “Electronic Immigration System” to face any punishment. You might hear some promises. You’ll never see any results. That’s how it “works.” Just sayin’.

Usually DHS paints as rosy a picture as possible. So if they’re saying there are 200,000 reports of missing green cards, imagine how bad the problem really is.

Will this incompetence change under President Trump? Don’t bet on it. The incompetence in the bureaucracy of this mammoth department is intransigent. It will take a lot for anyone to change it. The only way it will change is if we have a President and Justice Department who are willing to prosecute Homeland Security officials for these kinds of bleep-ups.

We’ll see. But don’t hold your breath. This is ingrained in government culture. And it’s only getting worse.

America . . . we’re f—ed. The Department of Homeland Security . . . we’re the ones doing the f—king.

43 Responses

I have no doubt that bureaucratic incompetence is a factor in this. But I would be surprised if it is the only factor.

It is hard for me not to believe that some of this is intentional. Given the consistent lying and misrepresentation characteristic of Government bureaucrats, especially those of the Democratic Party, I suspect some of this is, indeed intentional.

Just as the elections are characterized by numerous dead people voting, numerous illegal people voting, etc., etc., ‘mistakes’ benefiting illegal aliens would be consistent with this.

Will it change under Trump? I don’t know. But the nomination of Jeff Sessions as AG does seem to be a declaration of war against illegals.

LA: I agree with you that this kind of giant “mistake” just doesn’t happen “by accident,” but rather by design, as in Obama’s design. However, I do not agree with you on the Jeff Sessions nomination, b/c it takes him away from getting tough on illegals. If Trump wanted that, he’d have made Sessions the chief of Homeland Security or at the very least, ICE. But he didn’t. DS

Little Al on November 21, 2016 at 4:04 pm

The only one good answer that came from Carly Fiorina, was her answer regarding the computer system and how the agencies dont have a system that communicates with each other, in which she said she would design something to would update them all and work together so things like this don’t happen. I wonder if Mr Trump will tap her for her computer acumen?

MrBigBrain on November 21, 2016 at 4:05 pm

    Just don’t tap Carly Fiorina for her Allah-awful knowledge of Islam. Back in the fall of 2001, practically while the smoke was still clearing from the 911 attacks, Carly gave a speech where at its climax, going on and on for paragraph after paragraph, she praised Islamic Civilization to the skies (while denigrating Western Civilization in a backhanded way).

    Have a barf bag ready when reading this:

    Hesperado on November 22, 2016 at 2:42 pm

    Not sure we want Fiorina for her “computer acumen.” Her specialty was selling stuff.

    Most women don’t like to spend hundreds of hours poring over the minutiae of how a computer (or a combustion engine, or a nuclear reactor) works. Some do, of course, and many more would be good at it if they wanted to get into those disciplines. But the truth is – most women do NOT want a working life that involves 8-12 hours a day staring at a dead screen and silently communing with a computer system.

    Guardian Angel on November 28, 2016 at 2:11 am

This “Error” goes beyond ordinary incompetence.

Worry01 on November 21, 2016 at 4:22 pm

Only way to fix this is redesign the cards, force everyone holding an old one to come in for reverification.

Sean M on November 21, 2016 at 4:32 pm

Error my _$$! We already know they’re here. I hope the new administration can find them before they attack. I suspect something like the Beslan school massacre. Whatever is going to happen is going to happen in the first 6-9 months.

RickWI on November 21, 2016 at 7:14 pm

I have to agree with Little A1. The failures here involve intent as well as incompetence. As proof of this, let us first look at who is responsible for the U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) electronic immigration benefits system, known as “USCIS ELIS.” That’s easy enough to determine, as the following website makes clear:

So, we know that the person responsible for the USCIS ELIS is named Alejandro Mayorkas. Next, we research a little bit about him.

First, Mayorkas was born in Havana, Cuba, not the US and his primary educational credentials are the Loyola Law School and the University of California Berkely.

Stop right there. Does this individual have the necessary IT and systems design and controls background necessary to implement an effective system involving sensitive immigration data? No, he does not. Mayorkas is totally unqualified to hold this critical position and, in fact, his background is a strong negative. But he is exactly the sort of useless appointee that Obama would be favor of, reflecting all of the perverse leftist “values.”

But it’s far worse than that. Not only is Mayorkas precisely the WRONG person for the job, his politics GUARANTEE total and complete failure. So you should not be surprised to learn that Mayorkas recently resigned from his post because he improperly fast-tracked the visas for a company run by Hillary Clinton’s brother, Tony Rodhamn. Also not surprisingly, neither the Department of Homeland Security nor the Office of Government Ethics (an oxymoron) properly examined those major ethic violations.

See the following for more information about that:

Everyone has heard of the old saying: “Garbage in, garbage out.” Well, the same applies to people. “Put garbage people in charge, and you will get garbage or worse.”

Will Trump be appointing human garbage to government posts under the rubric, Business-Politics as usual? Or will he actually appoint highly qualified people with strong ethics and principles? We shall see.

Ralph Adamo on November 21, 2016 at 7:21 pm

    And while I’ve been discussing the ironclad principle of “Put garbage people in charge, and you will get garbage or worse,” let’s discuss the Inspector General John Roth’s credentials for HIS job.

    He states the following from his LinkedIn website,

    Inspector General
    US Department of Homeland Security
    March 2014 – Present (2 years 9 months)
    • Lead an independent audit and investigative organization of approximately 800 auditors, inspectors, and investigators with a broad mandate to review the programs and operations of the Department of Homeland Security, and to report findings and recommendations to the Secretary and the Congress.

    • Identify operational risk within the Department and assess the sufficiency of the internal control systems designed to meet the risk. Issue approximately 200 audit and inspection reports in a typical year.

    • Conduct administrative and criminal investigations of mismanagement, waste, fraud, and misconduct.

    • Regularly issue public reports, advise the Secretary and other senior Department leadership, and testify before the U.S. Congress.

    Now, at first glance, to the uninitiated, this all sounds very impressive, and that is precisely what the above writing was designed to accomplish. But would you hire such a person for YOUR business if you wanted to minimize “mismanagement, waste, fraud, and misconduct,” as opposed to merely hiring someone who had responsibilities covering those things?

    I sure as heck can tell you that I wouldn’t. I’d want to know specifics. And those frequently come down to quantifications. How much money did you save? What convictions have you achieved? What amount of dollars of fraud did you identify? If any of your recommendations were implemented, what was the financial and operational impact? Roth has NOTHING to say about any of these things. And there is a very good reason why he doesn’t say anything indicating any REAL accomplishments. He has neither the ability, the training, nor the expertise to perform ANY of the functions of a REAL IG. He has no training or experience identifying fraud, waste, corruption, and abuse; he’s never remotely accomplished anything that he can point to on his resume, and he is really just a glorified government attorney.

    Are we getting the picture yet?

    Ralph Adamo on November 21, 2016 at 8:23 pm

    The sign that hung by my desk during more than a dozen years in the printing industry simply read ‘shi-sho’

    Great analysis.

    YCHtT on November 22, 2016 at 1:14 pm

    Excellent observation, RA, and thanks to Debbie for running this site and bringing us her own and others’ intelligent insights!

    Guardian Angel on November 28, 2016 at 2:15 am

Methinks Jeff Sessions would have his hands full in resolving this mess

I: Since he’s going to Justice, I doubt he’ll touch this or get even close to it. Don’t hold your breath. DS

Infidel on November 21, 2016 at 9:53 pm

    What we should really have a bit of APREHENSION about is this MATTIS nomination. But of course, he is strong on Isis, terror and water boarding ( great!) …but once again his stupid, moronic and unhistorical ideas ( knowledge..?? Lol) on Israel and the Arabs; (no.. not Palestinians who do not exist as a people) are totally despicable and part of the never ending slew of demagogues who laughably believe in a 2 state solution! Watch out for upcoming trouble with this guy , who is at worst Anti Jewish and at best a misinformed miscreant when it comes to the state of Israel!
    You should dig into this guys profile a bit Debbie. With great trepidation, I’d love to learn more!

    Howard on November 22, 2016 at 10:20 am

DS, wouldn’t Justice be the department that decides whether Homeland Security screwed up? HS investigating itself would be another brazen conflict of interest

I: No. It is incredibly rare that the Justice Dept. investigates another government department, unless that other department forwards some sort of corruption charges to Justice after it does its own investigation. Yes, that is a huge conflict of interest, and unfortunately that’s the system. It’s incredibly corrupt, by design. You have to wonder why Trump wouldn’t put a guy like Sessions–who made immigration his big issue–in charge of Homeland Security (unless he really isn’t serious about doing anything about immigration). DS

Infidel on November 22, 2016 at 7:45 am

Whether Mr. Sessions has the capability to do anything about the above remains to be seen. Having said that, the usual band of lying, racist leftist in our media have already turned their lies into print but that’s what they say about every Southern Republican. Modern leftists ( there are no liberals any more as we knew them in the seventies) may be surprised to learn that Mr. Sessions helped to desegregate Alabama public schools as U.S. Attorney, and he won a death-penalty conviction for the head of the state KKK in a capital murder trial.

What we should really have a bit of APREHENSION about is this MATTIS nomination. But of course, he is strong on Isis, terror and water boarding ( great!) …but once again his stupid, moronic and unhistorical ideas ( knowledge..?? Lol) on Israel and the Arabs; (no.. not Palestinians who do not exist as a people) are totally despicable and part of the never ending slew of demagogues who laughably believe in a 2 state solution! Watch out for upcoming trouble with this guy , who is at worst Anti Jewish and at best a misinformed miscreant when it comes to the state of Israel!

You should dig into this guys profile a bit Debbie. With great trepidation, I’d love to learn more!

Howard on November 22, 2016 at 9:13 am

    Howard, sorry, I should have acknowledged your suggestion. I’ve written about Mattis below.

    Ralph Adamo on November 22, 2016 at 6:49 pm

This comes to no surprise to anyone who knows what kind of administration we’ve had running things for 8 years. Sure we could chalk this up to government incompetence as government is full of that but this also has that blatant deliberate stink as well. Look who we have in charge of the DHS in Jeh Johnson. This moron has been a joke and has incompetent written all across his stupid smirking visage. In his appearances on TV and elsewhere you can tell that this guy doesn’t have a clue as to what he’s doing. This nitwit while general counsel to the Defense Department for the O’Clown was instrumental in the repeal of “Don’t Ask Don’t Tell” setting a course for the weakening of the military. He in his current post has embraced all things Muslim and has put in policies (with Obama’s blessing)that has made it possible for something as 200,000 duplicate green cards to go missing. That and as Ralph Adamo has greatly pointed out who is in charge the USCIS ELIS system and who is the current Homeland IG. Both of these people are very suspect but we know that’s what we’ve had in charge to secure the homeland. Morons all and I just hope that Trump puts someone in charge that has a clue. If not then the other shoe will drop and it will be very loud when it does.

Ken B on November 22, 2016 at 10:25 am

That was no F…UP, that was Obama’s going away present to his people. One last poke in the eye to the country he hates. But he doesn’t act like a Lame Duck, or like he is planning on going anywhere, does he? Look for a January Surprise that keeps him from leaving just now. He’s probably got a deal worked out with Iran to have attacks worldwide. And he being an “experienced leader” needs to stay in charge a bit longer until the dangers have passed. Watch for it!

Muzzcrusher on November 22, 2016 at 11:13 am

“Hail Trump,Hail our People.” Oh my (mouth agape with palms on both cheeks) 250 White people out of 70 million got together for a White Nationalist meeting, the sky is falling oh noooooooooooo. Blacks should be very afraid, very very afraid. Meanwhile in the Black part of the city, another young Black male, shoots another young male dead in the city streets. So please CNN, I should be afraid of who again?
These news organizations refuse to learn. Its going to be long 4 yrs with this nonsense. I wake up and this is the lead story. Geeezus. 250 ppl

MrBigBrain on November 22, 2016 at 1:42 pm

Trump is already showing signs of failure. As a seasoned executive manager, he, more than most, know the ironclad principle: “Put garbage people in charge, and you will get garbage or worse.” Yet, Trump is clearly listening to the Elite Establishment for his cabinet, rather than seeking more independent individuals from OUTSIDE the Elite Establishment system.

Consider his recent picks up for consideration for the Secretary of Defense: Marine Gen. James N. Mattis and David Petraeus. They are simply dreadful choices, and, not surprisingly, they are completely contradictory to Trump’s previous pledges or oral agreements (which the legendary Hollywood producer Sam Goldwyn famously said, “aren’t worth the paper they’re printed on”).

In short, Mattis, in particular, is absolutely no different than a Clinton appointee–because they all have the same, identical philosophy; and they FAIL the Israel Test, as explicated by George Gilder in his book of the same name.

Let’s take a look at some of Mattis’s statements:

“I would tell you that the current situation [in Israel] is unsustainable . . . It’s got to be directly addressed. We have got to find a way to make the two-state solution that Democrat and Republican administrations have supported. We’ve got to get there, and the chances for it are starting to ebb because of the settlements, and where they’re at. [They] are going to make it impossible to maintain the two-state option. . . If I’m in Jerusalem and I put 500 Jewish settlers out here to the east and there’s 10,000 Arab settlers in here, if we draw the border to include them, either it ceases to be a Jewish state or you say the Arabs don’t get to vote – apartheid . . . That didn’t work too well the last time I saw that practiced in a country. So we’ve got to work on this with a sense of urgency. . . I paid a military security price every day as a commander of CENTCOM because the Americans were seen as biased in support of Israel . . That influences all the moderate Arabs who want to be with us, because they can’t come out publicly in support of people who don’t show respect for the Arab Palestinians. So [Kerry’s] right on target with what he’s doing. I just hope the protagonists want peace and a two-state solution as much as he does.” [Quotations obtained from Haaretz, in article dated November 21, 2016, entitled “James Mattis, Possible Trump Pick for Defense Post, Sees Israel Turning Into Apartheid State.”

Kerry’s “right on target with what he’s doing”???

So, what the US has to do according to Mattis is to force Israel to make more concessions, we need to further appease the Islamic nations and have more giveaways, and we need to bend over backward even more, so they will like us and make peace with Israel?

Yeah . . . . . . . right!

An appointment of Mattis (whom John McCain and Pat Buchanan also, not surprisingly love, because they also have the same philosophy) would create MORE FAILURES, and would advance terrorism to even greater levels.

I must also point out that there are many US military leaders that KNOW and UNDERSTAND the Middle East FAR more than a worthless Islamopander like Mattis. Here’s just a sampling of names, far worthier than Mattis.

Lieutenant General Mark Anderson, USAF (ret.) Rear Admiral Charles Beers, USN (ret.) General William Begert, USAF (ret.) Lieutenant General Harold W. Blot, USMC (ret.) Rear Admiral Stanley W. Bryant, USN (ret.) Lieutenant General Anthony Burshnick, USAF (ret.) Lieutenant General Paul Cerjan, USA (ret.) Admiral Leon Edney, USN (ret.) Brigadier General William F. Engel, USA (ret.) Major General Bobby Floyd, USAF (ret.) General John Foss, USA (ret.) Major General Paul Fratarangelo, USMC (ret.) Major General David Grange, USA (ret.) Lieutenant General Tom Griffin, USA (ret.) Lieutenant General Earl Hailston, USMC (ret.) Lieutenant General John Hall, USAF (ret.) General Alfred Hansen, USAF (ret.) Rear Admiral James Hinkle, USN (ret.) General Hal Hornburg, USAF (ret.) Major General James T. Jackson, USA (ret.) Admiral Jerome Johnson, USN (ret.) Rear Admiral Herb Kaler, USN (ret.) Vice Admiral Bernard Kauderer, USN (ret.) General William F. Kernan, USA (ret.) Lieutenant General Donald M. Lionetti, USA (ret.) Major General Homer Long, USA (ret.) Major General Bradley M. Lott, USMC (ret.) Major General Jarvis Lynch, USMC (ret.) General Robert Magnus, USMC (ret.) Lieutenant General Charles May, Jr., USAF (ret.) Vice Admiral Martin Mayer, USN (ret.) Major General James McCombs, USA (ret.) Lieutenant General Fred McCorkle, USMC (ret.) Rear Admiral W. F. Merlin, USCG (ret.) Rear Admiral Mark Milliken, USN (ret.) Rear Admiral Riley Mixson, USN (ret.) Major General William Moore, USA (ret.) Lieutenant General Carol Mutter, USMC (ret.) Major General Gordon Nash, USMC (ret.) Major General Larry T. Northington, USAF (ret.) Lieutenant General Tad Oelstrom, USAF (ret.) Major General James D. Parker, USA (ret.) Vice Admiral J. T. Parker, USN (ret.) Major General Robert Patterson, USAF (ret.) Vice Admiral James Perkins, USN (ret.) Rear Admiral Brian Peterman, USCG (ret.) Lieutenant General Alan V. Rogers, USAF (ret.) Rear Admiral Richard Rybacki, USCG (ret.) General Crosbie Saint, USA (ret.) Rear Admiral Norm Saunders, USCG (ret.) General Lawrence Skantze, USAF (ret.) Major General Sid Shachnow, USA (ret.) Rear Admiral Jeremy Taylor, USN (ret.) Major General Larry Taylor, USMCR (ret.) Lieutenant General Lanny Trapp, USAF (ret.) Vice Admiral Jerry O. Tuttle, USN (ret.) General Louis Wagner, USA (ret.) Rear Admiral Thomas Wilson, USN (ret.) Lieutenant General Robert Winglass, USMC (ret.) Rear Admiral Guy Zeller, USN (ret.)

Ralph Adamo on November 22, 2016 at 1:46 pm

Since I, along with Ms. Schlussel and MANY others who regularly comment his or her two cents on this blogsite voted for thee “Donald J. Trump” two weeks ago in the general election, let us hope that Mr. Trump lives up to his rhetorical expectation theory of “draining the swamp”.

Which essentially means get rid of those who are totally corrupt in politics, who doesn’t hold the US’s interest at all and obliged religiously to lobbying entity-organizations.

Trump is going to have ALOT to deal with once he’s sworn into office two months from now, I agree with Ms. Schlussel’s response to a few commentators here that at least “Jeff Sessions” could’ve been appointed to “DHS” to presumably handle such situation on why these amounts of green cards have been messed up, etc. But time will tell in the future where it’s too be determined!

Sean R. on November 22, 2016 at 3:12 pm

    No Sean, I can see that the die for failure is already cast by Trump’s initial actions. He will not “drain the swamp” and corruption will continue as before and may even increase.

    Yes, I voted for Trump. With Clinton, a continuation of the “swamp” and corruption would be guaranteed. With Trump, I reasoned, there would at least be a chance for some improvement.

    I can now see that there will be no improvements. Yes, you may see some regulations struck, but they will inevitably be done in a manner to cause more damage than good.

    I am sorry to be so pessimistic so soon. But everything points to Trump completely selling out to the Elite Establishment, and he will follow their marching orders. I wish it were otherwise. But he will not fulfill any of his promises. Those promises will prove to be as empty as his “Trump University” promises have been.

    As the legendary rock musician Pete Townsend of The Who said in his iconic 1971 song, “Won’t Get Fooled Again”– “Meet the new boss; Same as the old boss.”

    Ralph Adamo on November 22, 2016 at 4:30 pm

      Yes, Ralph, I am afraid you are right.

      My initial reaction was to disagree with Debbie’s remarks re my initial comment from yesterday, but now, after he gave Hillary a blank check, I don’t know if I can believe anything Trump says.

      The disingenuous comments from Conway and Giuliani are particularly insulting. (A rule of thumb I’ve noticed is that whenever anyone prefaces their comments with the word ‘look’, hold on to your wallet. Both Conway and Giuliani used the word ‘look’ to preface their statements)

      Little Al on November 22, 2016 at 4:54 pm

        Little A1, good observation on starting a sentence with “Look, . . . .” So I just had to look into the use of starting a sentence with “Look” a bit more.

        First, so you see what Little A1 was referring to, check out Rudy Guiliani’s comment on DJT’s “change of heart” on Clinton:

        Then, read these articles. Yeah, I know, the first one’s from Huffington Post, but this one’s okay.

        As Little A1 suggests, holding on to your wallet when a sentence is prefaced with “Look” is good advice.

        Ralph Adamo on November 22, 2016 at 7:07 pm

        It’s not so much letting Hillary walk free, bad as that is.

        It is more the dishonesty that he is exhibiting — using Hillary’s crimes to win the election, and almost immediately speaking about ‘healing’. I think a better word than ‘healing’ is ‘appeasement’ or ‘growing’.

        Little Al on November 23, 2016 at 6:40 am



Gary Sack on November 22, 2016 at 4:12 pm

As usual, great comments all around. I also agree with MuzzCrusher.

Alfredo from Puerto Rico on November 22, 2016 at 5:35 pm

I’d wait to see who Trump makes his Secretary of State, to know the policy on Israel. The Defense Secretary is not the guy who makes that policy: he’d have to bat on the policy on the military build-up.

Whoever gets that role would probably be someone who like Trump would tilt towards Russia at the expense of ‘traditional allies’, like Saudi Arabia and Qatar. I’ve never liked those 2 countries being treated like they are real allies, when they spread Islamic fanaticism wherever they can. So if they are forced to pour more money supporting ISIS, al Qaeda, al Nusra, Khorasan Group and other Sunni groups, thereby sucking in Hizbullah, Mahdi Army, the Quds Force and others, all power to them. Let Syria get into a full blown civil war, like Lebanon in the 70s.

Israel has already started making separate arrangements w/ Russia for its security, and a US-Russia partnership as contemplated by Trump can only complement this further.

On the Hilary thing, the Justice Department is still at liberty to pursue any cases against her: what I read Trump and others say was that it’s not a priority for them, not that they don’t wanna do it at all. But if he does, then I’d like him to pardon all the other people who’ve gone to jail or face jail time for stuff they’ve done that’s less than what she did

Infidel on November 22, 2016 at 7:34 pm

Well if the Repubs and Donald T screw this up, i.e get arrogant and do and shove things down everyones throat and do business as usual, they are going to have a wake up call that America isn’t all of a sudden in love with Repubs, they were just disgusted at Hillary. So what does this mean, that the dems recover.
Who do they think will take the baton and run? You all will think I’m nuts, but Michelle will get the baton. Why do I say Michelle, because they propped her up real big light at the end. Real big. They raved and raved especially that speech after Donald’s tape came out. You think the left gushed over Her hubby, ha ha ha, you haven’t seen anything. Tread lightly repubs, tread lightly. I get a lot of things right-What happen to BLM, just seem to poof, magically disappear, yeah like occupied wall street. lol

MrBigBrain on November 22, 2016 at 8:34 pm

As the day draws to a close, and without having seen anything about it in the news, there’s something I’d like to address.

This is the 53rd anniversary of Mr. Ralph Adamo’s favorite subject, and one in which he is quite the expert. That would be, the assassination of President of The United States, John Fitzgerald Kennedy.

I was recently turned seven years old, and living in Gulfport, Missississississississippippippippi at the time. That’s another story entirely, as I have lived nearly 94% of my life in God forsaken Noo Yawk Citeh. Gulfport, MS is the birth place of none other than NFL Hall Of Fame former quarterback of primarily the Green Bay Packers, SaBrett Favre. This is the same SaBrett Favre, who late in his career taught Anthony’s Weiner how to post pictures of his Tiger’s Wood on the internet, and be laughed at as though he were Barney’s Frank.

But that’s a horse of another color. The assassination of President Kennedy is what I have always termed the beginning of The Cultural Pancake Flip. That would be a subject in which the likes of regulars such as Little Al, Mr. “Don” Ralph Adamo and several other prolific regulars know quite a bit about. They regularly post remarks which serve to educate contemporaries of theirs such as myself, and many younger people, of how the DisUnited Snakes Of Amerika, or AfroLabadSouthAmerAsiexico, got to where it is today.

It all kicked in to high gear today, 53 years ago. And even though our Brave, Blunt and Beautiful hostess wasn’t even a twinkle in Dr. Sclussel’s eye at the time, she regularly posts articles containing commentary, observation, wisdom and education which tie directly in to the events of November 22, 1963.

But it didn’t all start there, folks. If anyone wants to know where it really started, read your Bible cover to cover a few times, AND listen to and WATCH the official video on You Tube of Billy Joel’s “We Didn’t Start The Fire.”

If I don’t see y’all agin, have a Happy Thanksgiving, and may The Lord Jesus Christ bless you all.

Alfredo from Puerto Rico on November 22, 2016 at 11:41 pm

This is off-topic, but I wish everybody here a happy Thanksgiving.

Miranda Rose Smith on November 23, 2016 at 7:07 am

    Thank you very much Miranda and the same to you and your family.

    Ken B on November 23, 2016 at 9:01 am

      Dear Mr. B:

      You’re welcome.

      Miranda Rose Smith on November 23, 2016 at 11:20 am

It turns out that there was a legitimate explanation for DJT’s “change of heart” regarding prosecuting Hillary Clinton. Although not widely reported by the media, Mrs. Clinton presented the following documentation to DJT to close the matter:

Have a Happy Thanksgiving, one and all.

Ralph Adamo on November 23, 2016 at 1:11 pm

The driver shot kennedy, that is why his head snaps back and Jackie tries to climb out the back, away from where she seen the bullet come from. Clear as glass

MrBigBrain on November 23, 2016 at 6:23 pm

Oh!!!BUANKenOhB!, the JFK assassination was perpetrated by . . .

Bush and the Joooooooos. Everyone knows tha-aaaaat. LOL!!!

Alfredo from Puerto Rico on November 23, 2016 at 9:20 pm

ha ha ha, yeah I know, I know, lol

MrBigBrain on November 24, 2016 at 2:09 am

This epidemic of incompetence has been allowed to flourish, first at the old I&NS and now at the new improved I&NS: ICE. And it is actually the bureaucrats at USCIS that do the rubber stamping, even with having evidence of fraud. Some of these I&NS “Special Agents” (criminal investigators)were pulled to do the processing for green cards during the last great immigration migration amnesty in 1986. Some of these agents, the more astute ones that did do investigations once in a blue moon, found fraudulent documents and disapproved the green cards. But DD Moyer in Chicago disregarded the evidence and approved them anyway, for reasons unclear other than he was a corrupt individual and wanted to curry favor with the hispanic community. Now the new, improved ICE has been shifted completely into a bureaucratic service that is tasked with serving the illegal alien community and their supporters, basically doing no investigative or enforcement work, and just perpetuating the agency (HSI and USCIS)by filling in those once investigation hours with mundane, repetitive bureaucratic tasks, all from the comfort and safety of a climate controlled office cubicle. If the Prez selects a former military man, with actual combat experience and experience running a professional organization, instead of a paper shuffling bureaucrat, and immediately starts shaking things up and kicking a** at ICE, look for mass transfers and retirements, and loads of hot cocoa and safe zones, and maybe some lawsuits, because the snowflakes are going to be feeling hurt and uncomfortable.

QTD on December 15, 2016 at 1:21 pm

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