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Making Americans safer at home and abroad, learn more on President Trump’s use of muscular diplomacy to more effectively serve the national security interests of the United States.
Understand the justification for using 60 Tomahawk cruise missiles, each one weighing 1,000 pounds each and rippled fired to hit a Syrian military air base in a four-minute span in an effort to “prevent and deter the spread and use of deadly chemical weapons.” Hear the President in his own words.
President Trump appears to be pursuing a strategy of “peace through strength,” an approach to foreign policy in which a nation’s military power and might informs one’s enemies that the nation stands ready to act in pursuance of its vital national security interests around the globe.
Therefore, as a result of the President’s decision to use a limited, but very powerful military strike will not only act to put fear in the hearts and minds of America’s enemies, but will strengthen the hands of America’s diplomats to better negotiate key U.S. national security matters.
As America’s first president, George Washington once said: “To be prepared for war is one of the most effective means of preserving peace.”
And consider too that Israel was once again hit by rocket fire causing Code Red alerts to sound in several Israeli towns and neighborhoods while two (2) Egyptian Coptic Christian churches were bombed and pro-ISIS hackers released another “kill list” with the names of 8,786 names of people in the United States and the United Kingdom.
Hear my analysis on the President’s approach to policy making using a strategy of peace through strength which will also better serve America’s allies as they too must deal with Islamic terrorists. Learn and hear more on the latest developments concerning current threats.
Note: Even on the day of this broadcast, the President met with his Secretary of Homeland Security John Kelly, National Security Advisor Lt. Gen. H.R. McMaster, National Economic Council Dir. Gary Cohn and held a working dinner with senior military leaders.
The United States, America’s allies, as well as the enemies of the West, are realizing that President Trump is deeply committed to the national security of the U.S. and U.S. allies by working to destroy Islamic terrorists and state sponsors of terrorism.
Also, hear these important words by a Syrian refugee. He speaks openly of the hatred towards the United States that the Muslim population of Syria is taught in schools and at mosques as he thanks President Trump for attacking the Assad regime. This refugee makes clear that Syrians desire not to travel to foreign lands, but to remain in a safe Syria.
Listen and consider: Americans need to contact the President and their member of Congress. Suggest that a no fly-zone as well as a safe haven(s) is established. The result of which will stem the tide of refugees flowing out of the region. And support the President’s temporary ban on Muslim refugees entering the United States.
On another action item, Americans need to contact their member of Congress in the House and the Senate in support of The Israel Anti-Boycott Act. Call Congress today at 202.224.3121. Help support the expansion of existing U.S. anti-boycott laws concerning international organizations like the United Nations and the European Union who continue a policy of anti-Semitism by blacklisting companies operating in Judea and Samaria in order to appease Muslim nations who support boycotts, divestment, and sanctions against these territories in Israel’s heartland.