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Teen Kicked Out Of Trump Rally After Being Caught In The Act On Cam RIGHT Behind Trump

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I’ve lived in Billings, Montana. It used to be a very conservative town. Now, they seem to be churning out students that have been coached in being liberal activists. Some even wear plaid shirts.

“Plaid Shirt Guy” is actually a high school senior named Tyler Linfesty who stood behind President Trump at his rally there and made exaggerated faces on Thursday night. Mature he is not. Bonus, he was wearing a Democratic Socialists of America pin.

Tyler’s disrespect for the president got him booted from the rally. I don’t have a problem with that. The left of course, immediately branded him as a “cultural icon,” a “voice of the people,” and for some delusional leftists, a potential candidate for the 2020 election.

Don Lemon over at CNN was quick to jump on the story and have this kid on his show for an interview. Tyler described his motivations for attending the rally, his reasoning behind the facial expressions he gave, and his experience of being briefly interviewed by the Secret Service.

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There was a time in Montana that if you pulled this crap you would probably have faced some pretty serious consequences. Nowadays, you get to be an instant celebrity on the Trump-hating media networks.

Lemon made sure to note that Tyler was not a Republican and was wearing “a Democratic Socialists of America pin,” then asked him why he attended the rally. “I originally signed up to go to the rally about a week before the rally was going to happen,” Linfesty told Lemon. “Honestly, I just wanted to go just to see the president and hear what he had to say. I wasn’t going to pass up an opportunity to see the President of the United States.”

“I was randomly chosen [to stand behind Trump]”, he told the Daily Beast. “When people signed up to go to the rally, their names were placed into a draw and I was chosen. Because I won, I got an opportunity to meet the president.”

Don’t they teach manners and decorum anymore? Evidently not. Whether you agree with the president or not, there is no excuse for juvenile antics while listening to him at a rally.

“Were you deliberately making faces or was that a natural reaction?” Lemon asked. Deep… Lemon on CNN deep. “All of those reactions were my actual reaction,” said Linfesty. “I would have made those faces if anyone were to say that to me. I was not trying to protest. Those were just my actual, honest reactions.”

I actually believe that because they made him look intellectually challenged. But again, he has no self-composure or sense of decorum. I wonder if he knew he was on TV? Probably.

Linfesty added that he agreed and applauded when Trump spoke on issues he agreed with, such as NAFTA and the primary elections being stolen from Bernie Sanders. Well, of course, he’s a socialist and loves Bernie Sanders. Bernie Bros unite!

“I am part of the Democratic Socialists of America,” he said, “but I identify as a social Democrat, like Bernie Sanders or Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez.”

From The Daily Caller:

“The man in a plaid shirt was situated directly over the president’s left shoulder in the TV frame, talked often during the speech with a woman next to him, who was also in the frame.

“About 35 minutes into the speech, the man started looking down and fiddling with his shirt.

“Later, Trump eventually moved enough to reveal the man had placed a pin or sticker on his shirt.

“About 51 minutes into the speech, a woman can be seen entering the frame from the right-hand side. She approaches the man who put on the sticker and appears to speak with him for a brief moment. Then, without incident, she stands in his place while he exits, and remains there for the remainder of the rally.

“Finally, about 57 minutes into the speech another woman enters the frame from the right-hand side. After what appears to be another quick conversation, the woman in a MAGA hat and another man next to her exit to the left.”

The Montana high school student told Lemon that the person who came to replace him “really didn’t tell me anything,” but he speculated that the reason was that he “wasn’t enthusiastic.” No, it was because he was being a distraction and rude. They probably thought he was a liberal plant and he could well be one.

“So the woman she came in and she just said ‘I’m going to replace you,’ and I just walked off,” he said. “I knew I was being kicked out for not being enthusiastic enough, so I decided just not to fight it.” Secret Service “sat me down for 10 minutes, looked at my ID, and told me to leave,” said Linfesty.

The Secret Service did not harass the guy. Linfesty said they “very respectfully told me to leave and not come back.” The reason obviously was his pin and his alliance with the Democratic Socialists of America. They caught a socialist hamming it up behind Trump and kicked him out. No big loss if you ask me.

 

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BREAKING: Police Just Found Bomb In Florida – Named ‘The Mother Of Satan’

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In Lake Helen, Florida, an anonymous tip from someone led to the discovery of a bomb that was so powerful it has been dubbed the “Mother of Satan” by the terrorist group al Qaeda.

As WESH reported, Chief of Police Matt Walker said. “We went inside and spoke with the subject of interest, and we went into his room, with his approval, and noticed some bomb-making materials.” That subject of interest was Jared E. Coburn, 37.

Walker contacted the department’s bomb squad. When they arrived, they transported the explosive material, which was in Mason jars, to a nearby field. The material tested positive for TATP, which is triacetone triperoxide.

Volusia County Sheriff Mike Chitwood, explained, “It is highly volatile;” al Qaeda has dubbed this chemical “the Mother of Satan.” His office posted on Facebook:

Coburn is in custody facing a charge of manufacturing an explosive device, with additional charges possible pending the findings of an investigation that continues at this hour. A search warrant was signed by a judge Tuesday night, and a search of the house for additional explosives was to follow. Because of the volatility of TATP, the material will not be transported away from the area but rather detonated in a safe manner, underground in a nearby field. That method also allows for the collection of evidence after detonation.

“It was a shock, it was definitely a shock,” said LHPD’s Chief Walker, who responded to the initial tip about the explosive material. “I’m glad we had the Sheriff’s department and their bomb team at our disposal, because they were very helpful, and they continue to be.”

“This just goes to show that these anonymous tips really help us out when it comes to protecting the general public,” VCSO Bomb Squad Lt. Lou Marino said. “If we wouldn’t have gotten that tip, who would know if we would’ve ever found out. Or it may have been after the fact, a very volatile situation would have taken place and somebody could’ve gotten hurt or, God forbid, killed. So we’re very grateful for that anonymous tip.”

Gail Paschall-Brown of WESH asked Walker, “What was he doing with it? Did he explain to you what he was going to do with it?” Walker replied, “He tried to explain to us that he was making his own version of a firework.”

A member of the bomb squad said, “I gotta tell you, it definitely is intimidating for us to even be around, so…” Chitwood added, “When it was deployed in London, it killed 52 people and wounded 700.”

Chitwood was referring to the series of bomb attacks on July 7, 2005, that targeted commuters traveling on London’s public transport system. Four radical Islamic terrorists detonated three homemade bombs ion London Underground trains; a fourth was later detonated on a double-decker bus. 52 U.K. residents were killed, and more than 700 were injured. Three of the bombers were British-born sons of Pakistani immigrants; the fourth was a convert to Islam born in Jamaica.

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Terrorists Are Now Weaponizing Water – Urgent Safety Strategy For America

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Water terrorism is a growing threat that won’t be defeated on the battlefield. Access to safe and secure water across Africa, Asia, the Middle East, and Latin America is important in its own right, of course, but water security across the globe is also key to U.S. national security interests.

Consider that in the next decade, some 2.9 billion people in 48 countries will face water shortages. No one can grow enough food, prevent disease, contain pandemics or safeguard peace without access to water. Water scarcity accelerates conflicts, such as those in Syria and Yemen, leading to catastrophic consequences.

Terrorist groups also know this and are increasingly weaponizing water to exert control over populations and governments. The non-partisan Wilson Center issued a compelling May report that found water-related terrorism is on the rise, increasing 263 percent between 1970 and 2016. Two-thirds of the incidents occurred post 9/11. Infrastructure is the most common target for water-related terrorism. Pipes, dams, weirs, levees, and treatment plants come under attack “to inconvenience government authorities, influence populations, and cripple corporations.”

Security thinkers at CNA’s Military Advisory Board, retired three- and four-star officers from the Army, Navy, Air Force and Marine Corps, study pressing issues to assess their impact on America’s national security.They have detailed security threats posed by global water scarcity, concluding: “Water stress should be considered an intensifying factor in instability, conflict, and crises that will impact U.S. national interests abroad and likely lead to future U.S. military responses.”

Destabilization due to water — too little, too much, too dirty — wreaks havoc beyond terrorism. It helps turn droughts into preventable famines; is the source of dozens of preventable infectious diseases that impede economic growth; and forces hospitals and healthcare facilities, our frontline against pandemics, to function without access to water, soap, and sanitation, making infection prevention and containment a daily and costly battle.

There is good news: our ability to project when and where water threats will arise has never been stronger, thanks in part to the U.S. intelligence community. Because solutions to global water problems far exceed the work of any single government agency, the Water for the World Act — passed with unanimous bipartisan support from Congress in 2014 — mandated passage of a U.S. Global Water Strategy. President Trump launched the long-anticipated plan one year ago today, bringing together the coordinated strength of 17 U.S. government agencies that all deal with global water.

The strategy’s overall objective is to improve our nation’s security by protecting water resources, promoting water cooperation, strengthening governance and financing, and prioritizing poverty-focused and cost-effective safe drinking water and sanitation solutions. Its overall approach is to provide better-coordinated, more cost-effective, whole-of-government approaches to global water issues. The Global Water Strategy offers the U.S. government and its many partners ways to be more catalytic, leverage and bring other donors to the global water sector, and give U.S. taxpayers a bigger foreign policy bang for their limited buck.

The 2014 Ebola outbreak that left the world in fear is just one of many examples that illustrate why increasing U.S. interagency cooperation is valuable. Ebola’s rapid spread was due in large part to the inability of family and healthcare workers to adequately wash their hands with soap and safe water. The U.S. Department of Defense was brought in to support of the work of USAID and others to help contain the growing pandemic. Through Operation United Assistance, DoD deployed some 4000 personnel who offered humanitarian assistance and disaster response using unique skills to assist with training frontline responders, constructing secure treatment centers and mobile labs, and procuring protective equipment, at a cost of $400 million. Containment doesn’t come cheap.

Encouragingly, Congressional authorizers and appropriators increasingly understand the need for greater agency cooperation around the many water security issues. The FY19 Labor, Health and Human Services appropriations report, for example, specifically included the Global Water Strategy, calling for “the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) to work with other federal partners to initiate an effort to assess and support water sanitation and hygiene [WASH] improvements in healthcare facilities, aligned with the 2017 U.S. Global Water Strategy. Further, the committee urges CDC to increase its WASH efforts to contribute to the elimination of cholera as a public health threat.”

Water security should be included in the National Military Strategy and National Defense Strategy, Combatant Command planning and operations, theater campaign plans, and conflict assessments. DoD should integrate water security into strategic policy planning and budgeting, incorporate local and regional water stressors into strategy and tactics to counter violent extremism, and “designate an office within the Office of the Secretary of Defense to be responsible for global water stress and to coordinate across the interagency on water-stress issues,” per CNA’s Military Advisory Board.

The U.S. Global Water Strategy’s deliberate and coordinated approach will be meaningful if relevant government agencies prioritize its full implementation and if it is properly funded and guided by Congress, with overarching support from the White House. That includes numerous House and Senate committees and subcommittees that oversee water security, global health, and national security.

If given the attention and support it deserves, the U.S. Global Water Strategy presents a road map for strategic, cost-effective foreign policy well into the future — a safer future.

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