Daily Archives: 1, March 9, 2022

After Being Shot At Violated My Directives: ‘Philadelphia police officer who fatally shot a 12-year-old boy… who opened fire on a group of officers will be fired, according to Philadelphia Police Commissioner Danielle Outlaw.’

Philadelphia ends 2021 with the most murders in the city’s history

Philadelphia police keep getting shot at while responding to shootings

I Got Your Back: In 2020 the year before Philadelphia set it’s All-Time record for murders, the then and still current Philadelphia Police Commissioner Danielle Outlaw took a knee in solidarity with members of black lives matter protesting against the Philadelphia Police.

Philadelphia rioters throw GARBAGE bins at cops and set police car on fire as officers flee and 30 are hurt

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Poland Calls Out ‘Fake News’ ‘It’s bad enough when the media is spreading fake news, now we have [Biden’s] U.S. Secretary of State doing it.’

The Wall Street Journal reported, citing sources in the U.S. administration.

Government of Poland Outlines U.S. State Dept Secretary Anthony Blinken as a Liar

Blinken says Poland sending fighter jets to Ukraine gets a ‘green light’ from US

Poland Says It Could Transfer Warplanes to U.S. Base in Germany

U.S. rejects Poland’s offer to give it Russian-made fighter jets for Ukraine

While Biden Shatters ALL-TIME Records For Illegal Aliens He Asks For Border Patrol Agents To Volunteer To Be Sent To Poland For ‘Operation Ukraine Support’ To Process Ukrainian Refugees

Rep. Rosendale introduces bill to block military assistance to Ukraine until US border is secured…

Record-breaking number of illegal immigrants, over two million illegal immigrants crossed into US…

U.S. Rep. Susan Wild on her trip to Poland-Ukraine border

JusttheNews.com pointed out that “the request comes six months after a similar effort to process Afghan refugees after the bungled U.S. exit from that country. That operation was sharply criticized Friday by the Pentagon inspector general for poor Defense Department vetting that allowed 50 Afghans posing serious security risks to enter the United States.”

US Border Agents Asked to Leave Southern Border, Go to Poland for ‘Operation Ukraine Support’

Biden’s America-last administration does it again.

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Americans Most Likely To Fight The War Are Less Likely To Support The War Than Those Who Will Not

Report November 23, 2011

The Military-Civilian Gap: Fewer Family Connections

Do Family Connections Matter?

The survey shows that Americans who have family connections to the military have different views from those who don’t on a range of topics related to patriotism, the military and national security.

Overall, the public is skeptical that the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan have been worth fighting.