Only ‘A Fool’ Wouldn’t Expect Terrorism At Open Border Says Az Rep

Only ‘A Fool’ Wouldn’t Expect Terrorism At Open Border Says Az Rep

 By Joe Guzzardi

From the Oval Office, President Joe Biden made an impassioned mid-October address that laid out the stakes for Americans as to why they must support Israel and Ukraine in their wars against aggressors Hamas and Russia. He called the wars an American national security imperative, with victory critical to the future of democracies worldwide.

Biden spoke forcefully, but unconvincingly to many in his audience. Included in Biden’s message was an “urgent budget request” – his proposed $106 billion package which designated $64.1 billion for Ukraine. But Biden gave short shrift to Israel, a proposed $14.3 billion, and tagged on $10 billion for humanitarian assistance, a category that will give $850 million to process more illegal aliens at the border.

Since the start of Ukraine’s endless war with Russia in 2022, the U.S. has sent more than $135 billion on Ukraine. For its ally Israel, since its founding as an independent state in 1948, the U.S. has provided just over $150 billion. President Biden’s latest request would tie Israel’s $14.3 billion to Ukraine’s $61.4 billion. But Louisiana U.S. Rep. Mike Johnson’s election as House Speaker put Biden’s bid for continued Ukraine funding in doubt; Johnson is a long-time opponent to indefinite Ukraine funding. Johnson did, however, agree to $14.6 billion for Israel, slightly more than Biden requested, with the caveat that each dollar given must be offset by an equal amount in federal government spending cuts, a process called “pay for’s.”

Biden urged Americans to get behind Israel and Ukraine’s defenses because, in the president’s words, support “is vital for national security.” The president’s plea to send Ukraine more billions while the Southern border remains wide open, and exploitable to terrorists, is incomprehensible, and it is unacceptable to Johnson and millions of concerned Americans. Ukraine is a profoundly corrupt country. Transparency International, a worldwide movement that works to expose corruption and the injustice it inflicts, ranks Ukraine No. 116 out of the 180 nations it evaluated, a red flag to lenders since monies sent aren’t specifically accounted for in detail.

Biden and his administration’s like-minded, pro-war Secretaries of Defense and State, Tony Blinken and Lloyd Austin, are staunchly behind Ukraine. In September, Blinken made his fourth trip to Kyiv to give President Volodymyr Zelenskyy a message from President Biden: the U.S. wants “to reaffirm strongly our support” for Ukraine. Austin, in a recent telephone call to Ukraine’s Defense Minister Rustem Umerov, reassured his Ukrainian counterpart of the U.S.’s continued support in the war against Russia.

Yet, none of the federal government’s three most powerful and influential – Biden, Blinken and Austin – have even hinted at what dangerous and possibly fatal consequences could evolve from the border invasion. In October alone, Customs and Border Protection apprehended 100 Syrians and 50 Iranians. During the one-week period from October 8 to October 14, CBP arrested six Iranians, three Lebanese, one Egyptian and one Saudi Arabian trying to cross the Rio Grande River in the Del Rio Sector, which includes besieged Eagle Pass. Because of ongoing terrorism, instability and anti-American sentiments in the region, Syria and Iran are currently listed under State Department Level Four Travel Advisories: DO NOT TRAVEL. Adding to the homeland’s risk from Middle Eastern nationals who may harbor terrorist intentions is the growing number of what CBP refers to as “known gotaways,” 23,000 during October’s first three weeks, or about 1,000 per day.

Eli Crane, an Arizona U.S. representative whose 2nd congressional district includes portions of Maricopa and Pinal counties which have experienced a steady inflow of illegal aliens, is on the invasion’s front line. Noting that about 280 people on the FBI terrorist watch list have been apprehended at the border, Crane wrote in a “Newsweek” op-ed, “If you don’t think there are any lone wolves or terrorist cells that have come in through that wide open border, you’re a fool.”

To ignore the obvious risks that open borders present, and at the same time vigorously promote and magnanimously underwrite Ukraine’s defense of its border against Russia, insults all Americans, proving Biden’s contempt for Americans.

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Only ‘A Fool’ Wouldn’t Expect Terrorism At Open Border

Joe Guzzardi is an Institute for Sound Public Policy analyst who has written about immigration for more than 30 years. Contact him at

Only ‘A Fool’ Wouldn’t Expect Terrorism At Open Border

More Details About Lansdowne Dropbox Incident

More Details About Lansdowne Dropbox Incident courtesy of Greg Stenstrom’s Facebook page. Greg notes that the county Democrats are smearing the concerned citizen as an “election denier” when just a minute or two of calm explanation and a card with a contact number would have made the issue never happen. By the way, Delaware County, Pa. has more ballot dropboxes than Philadelphia and Allegheny County (Pittsburgh) combined.

We received a call regarding a gentleman who had reported two Delaware County employees stuffing the Lansdowne, PA, drop box with Mail in Ballots yesterday, and investigated.

In fact, it was a pick up of ballots, but it is clear why the gentleman saw it differently. When he was approaching in his car, what he saw was a female with two handfuls of envelopes in her hand putting them in a bag that was sitting on top of the drop box.

By the time he parked and got out of his vehicle, the drop box was closed, no ballots were in sight any longer, and the employees were walking away, and refused to even acknowledge him.

What he subsequently reported were handfuls of ballots disappearing into what appeared to be the top of the box, when they were going into the bag obscured from the gentleman’s view.

The narrative the Board of Elections has since crafted is that a crazy “election denier” threatened their employees, was screaming, and made false accusations regarding the Boy Scout and Girl Scout who were innocently “doing their job.”

What the video shows, and the interview I had with the gentleman revealed, was that he is retired, was driving to a spot to take his dog to walk, keeps an eye on his neighborhood, personally knows the police chief (and everyone else in Lansdowne, where he has lived his whole life), and saw an unidentified male and female at a drop box with what appeared to be ballots disappearing into the top of the box.

When he asked them what they were doing, they just turned their backs and insolently walked away from him without responding. He told them he had called the police, but that didn’t phase them, and the male finally responded by aggressively shoving his ID in the gentleman’s face, and then getting in the County van and leaving.

This is a prima facie example of the state of our government today. “Excuse me, what are you doing?”, with the response either being no response at all, or “F*** you” (read some of our court filings – the “F U” is not an overstatement).

Now, lets discuss what could have de-escalated and resolved the matter in a couple of minutes. “Excuse me, what are you doing?” “Hello sir, we’re County employees making a daily drop box pick up of Mail in Ballots.” “Were you putting ballots in, or taking them out?” “We were picking up. If you have any more questions, we have to rush to our next stop, but everything is on video camera (point to the camera), and you can call this number or let the responding officer call it, to sort things out.”

Instead, when the gentleman spoke to the police, and they in turn called the Board of Elections, the Director told them the gentleman would have to file a “Right to Know,” and that the police would only get the video after he “reviewed it.”

Then the harassment. The Director calls the gentleman and accuses him of threatening and intimidating “his” employees, interfering with them, tells him he checked with the police and that they told him the gentleman was a crank who regularly called them, told him they were considering further action against him, and that if he wanted the video, he would have to file a Right to Know request.

Two days later, the BOE finally releases the video, first to the news media “exonerating” the little angel who had shoved his ID in the gentleman’s face, without any mention that the same male was arraigned and released on $20,000 bail for assault and harassment charges the day before.

I have been dealing with 3 years of the same insolence, obstruction, contempt, and defiance by a handful of election officials and opposing lawyers who refuse to comply with law or even Court orders, and resulting (Pro Se) litigation.

Not a single RTK from either me, or the people I have worked with has been granted without a 2-6 months of delays, appeals, litigation, and even when finally ordered to comply with a records request, getting more defiance and litigation.

The gentleman that reported what he saw, which was reasonable, although in error (this time), had the courage to stand up for the rest of the People who remain silent, and demand accountability from “our government,” and should be applauded, not ridiculed.

I spoke to him this afternoon, and he was understandably a little rattled from the experience, which I told him was the entire point of the exercise, and thanking him for his vigilance service.

Attacking and gaslighting those brave enough to be counted is technically a tactic called ICD – “Isolate, Contain, and Destroy” – but otherwise known by most people as “bullying,” intimidation, and intentional chilling other citizens from exercising their rights.

It doesn’t work on me. I’m reserved and very deliberate in action, which is why I normally lay back before saying anything on a matter I don’t have all the facts for, to act on decisively.

And, that’s also why people call us. We help as many people as we can – regrettably too often more than we can handle – do the work we can do, as a civic duty (no charge) – and roll on.

Not a single material fact regarding election fraud that we have reported has been refuted or disproven since November 3rd, 2020 – not one. 6 wins, 0 losses, when sanctioned, and the only case remaining in PA for the Nov 2020 election, and cases for 2022 and 2023 elections still in progress.

New material facts of election law violations, and potential fraud that will require litigation will be coming out by Monday regarding the “little angels” in Delaware County.

Still in the fight. Semper Fi.

More Details About Lansdowne Dropbox Incident courtesy of Greg Stenstrom's Facebook page. Greg notes that the county Democrats are smearing the

More Details About Lansdowne Dropbox Incident

More Details About Lansdowne Dropbox Incident

Steve Lucas Seeks To Return Trust To Kennett Township

Steve Lucas Seeks To Return Trust To Kennett Township — Lisa Moore’s embezzlement of $3.249 million from Kennett Township came to light in early 2019 after the township’s bank asked why it was spending money in France.

Ms. Moore, the township manager, was vacationing there.

She would confess the embezzlement which occurred over her nine-year tenure. She had started with the township in 1997 and worked her way to the top job.

Kennett got $1 million back from Ms. Moore and another million from an insurance bond. There is, however, more than a million the township will likely never see. That’s real pain for a place with an 8,300 population.

The lackadaisical attitude to finances and indifference to accepting responsibility got a Republican on the previously all Democrat Board of Supervisors when Geoffrey Gamble beat incumbent Whitney Hoffman in 2021.

Tuesday’s race may flip the board to R.

Incumbent Scudder Stevens chose not to seek another term so Democrat Pat Muller and Republican Steven Lucas are battling to be his replacement.

Kennett supervisors serve six year with one elected every two years.

Lucas is a wealth manager in a partnership with a private firm. He got an electrical engineering degree from the University of New Hampshire via ROTC. He then spent nine years in the Army leaving as captain and company commander of a communication unit.

After getting out, he worked for a Japanese firm building fiber optic equipment while getting an MBA from the University of Texas and that led him to his 18-year career in finance.

“I liked math,” he said.

The supervisors’ attitude towards fiscal issues inspired his campaign.

Like many, he was angered by the Moore matter.

“I don’t feel there was an accountability that happened from the three supervisors that were in charge,” he said. “None of them took responsibility for it. All three of them should have resigned.”

He notes that present supervisors seem to live in a bubble and don’t seem to really consider the needs of the citizens.

Kennett has low crime, for instance, and just a few short years ago had no police department relying on State Police.

Now, it has a 9-member department with talk about taking it up to 16 members.

That’s a pretty big expense for an 8,300 bedroom, quasi-rural community.

Steve Lucas Seeks To Return Trust To Kennett Township
Steven Lucas

And then there’s the proposed hiking trail at Chandler Mill Road.

“We see the township spending money on what we think are basically luxury items. For example, we spent $300,000 on consultants for building a trail. We haven’t actually built the trail. Who knows how much the trail is going to cost.”

Is that the best way to spend $300K?

Lucas notes that a visit to Kennett Area Community Services (KACS), which is a private non-profit, revealed to him that 490 township residents a month use it to get food.

Three hundred thousand would go along way into keeping the township’s needy fed.

The only thing the township has done for KACS is give one payment of $5,000 and waive permit fees.

Lucas says it is estimated that KACS provided $480,000 of support to Kennett Township residents just last year.

For what it’s worth, we suspect that there are competent people in the community who would volunteer to design a trail and what they designed would cost a lot less than by those not using their own money.

Maybe the biggest issue for Lucas is the apparent indifference to the wants of the residents by the supervisors.

Voters don’t trust the township because they are frustrated with it and have no faith that they are going to be listened to, he said.

“I’m here to break that wall down and listen to the residents and get their voices heard.”

Steve Lucas Seeks To Return Trust To Kennett Township

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