Grooming At Wallingford School

Grooming At Wallingford School — We hear that Wallingford Elementary School– allegedly the 25th best in the state — is shamelessly grooming children to be comfortable with engaging in sex.

We hear that teachers don’t lead students in the Pledge of Allegiance and some express open hostility to Christianity.

And we were sent these photos on display at the high school.

Grooming At Wallingford School

Grooming At Wallingford School

Rather that telling kids to make their parents use their college savings to have them sterilized, why not teach them to love how they were born and to grow into what they were designed to be?

It’s bizarre that the Wallingford Swarthmore parents are so cowed by fear of shaming they won’t defend their kids. See here and here and here for what’s been happening in the rather wealthy district in Delaware County, Pa.

And we just got sent this exercise in grooming children to accept exploitation at the Haverford Township Free Library.

Grooming At Wallingford School

President Trump Didn’t Duck Questions In Hour-Long Podcast Interview

President Trump Didn’t Duck Questions In Hour-Long Podcast Interview — The All-in-One Podcast spent an hour interviewing President Donald Trump and posted it on X, yesterday, June 20.

The Donald directly, and clearly, answered questions ranging from cutting energy costs to stopping wars to abortion.

He said he is taking the debate with Biden seriously.

He promised to release all the JFK files this time.

He said people he respected talked him out of it last time.

He pretty much said the CIA did it.

He also said he’d automatically give Green Cards to all foreigners graduating from American colleges.

Despite what some are saying this is not a change in his position regarding open borders and illegals.

A Green Card or permanent residency card allows a foreign national to live and work in the United States. It is not citizenship and does not confer voting rights. Further nobody graduating from a college would have come here illegally and unvetted.

The policy proposed by Trump means that American businesses can hire foreigners trained by American schools.

Here is the interview:

President Trump Didn't Duck Questions In Hour-Long Podcast Interview

President Trump Didn’t Duck Questions In Hour-Long Podcast Interview

Greg And Leah On Today’s The Conservative Voice

Greg And Leah On Today’s The Conservative Voice — Election fraud investigators Greg Stenstrom and Leah Hoopes will be among Gary Heasley’s guests on today’s The Conservative Voice. It runs from noon to 2 p.m., Fridays on WWDB Talk 860.

Greg and Leah’s segment starts at 1 p.m. following a 12:30 segment with economist Joel Griffith.

Please watch their documentary on the 2020 election in Delaware County, Pa. which can be found on Patriot.Online.

They are the authors of The Parallel Election

Greg And Leah On Today's The Conservative Voice

Senator Can’t Explain Vetting Process

Senator Can’t Explain Vetting Process

By Joe Guzzardi

If Senator Lindsey Graham (R-S.C.), the Committee on the Judiciary’s ranking member, can’t properly explain the vetting process for illegal immigrants to a national television audience, then the border morass will deepen. Talking about the eight recently apprehended Tajikistan nationals with ISIS ties, Graham faulted immigration enforcement agencies for catching and releasing first, and then vetting. Graham is, to use the day’s popular phrase, “spreading disinformation!” More precisely, Graham is flat out wrong; meaningful vetting occurs only rarely after the illegal aliens have surged the border. Presenting a drivers’ license or a passport from a faraway country as part of a brief interview with an immigration officer is not vetting.

Immigration and Customs Enforcement, working in tandem with the Federal Bureau of Investigation’s Joint Terrorism Task Force, apprehended eight Tajikistan nationals linked to ISIS. The arrests occurred in New York, Los Angeles and Philadelphia. Seven Tajikistani nationals crossed the U.S. border with Mexico illegally, but one used the CBP One app, which the Biden administration created without congressional approval to allow illegal aliens to book asylum claim appointments. Neither Customs and Border Protection nor Department of Homeland Security screening uncovered suspicious background information. The potential terrorists, immigration officials assured the public after the fact, were “fully vetted.”

As one news story described a Tajiki who enter illegally through San Diego, he “…had crossed the border, was vetted by agents, then allowed into the country with a court date last year, according to sources.” Mohammad Kharwin, a foreign national who is also on a federal terrorist watchlist because of his associations with Afghan-based terrorist organization Hezb-e-Islami, was released from ICE custody into the Alternatives to Detention (ATD) program on March 12, 2023. He was initially arrested just two days prior in San Ysidro, California, after having illegally crossed the U.S.-Mexico border. Under the terms of his release, Kharwin was able to apply for work authorization and fly within the U.S. with no restrictions on his movements, under the sole condition that he was to periodically report to an ICE official over the phone. A year later, ICE arrested Kharwin in San Antonio, Texas after the FBI provided information that confirmed his membership in Hezb-e-Islami.

Vetting Tajikistanis and other illegal immigrants as they cross the border is impossible. Agents can only check crime and terrorism databases from allies willing to share information. That excludes most of the hundreds of countries from which the current surge is arriving. The greater the border crisis gets, the looser background checks become. At Jacumba, CA, Chinese nationals present a piece of white paper, a symbol of dissent against the country’s totalitarian government. The flimsy sheet of paper often serves as ID and allows the bearer to be released into the interior and eventually get an immigration court appointment. Illegal aliens’ movements between their release and their years-away eventual court date is anyone’s guess.

China is U.S.’s number one enemy. Department of Homeland Security Secretary Alejandro Mayoras, however, could not be more welcoming. Mayorkas instructed CBP officials to radically reduce the number of interview questions for apprehended Chinese illegal aliens from roughly 40 to just five. In April, the House Committee on Homeland Security released its “Starting Stats” fact sheet which found that in FY24, 24,376 Chinese nationals had been caught illegally crossing the Southwest border. Encounters of Chinese nationals in March 2024 increased over 8,000 percent compared to March 2021, and have surpassed last year’s fiscal total––just six months into FY24. March also showed a historic high for encounters along the busiest sector of the northern border, the Swanton Sector, which saw a 50 percent increase compared to the previous March, and more than a 2,000-percent increase compared to March of FY21. More than 1,000 Chinese nationals have crossed the northern border every month for the past five months, a statistic that should but does not alarm the White House.

Immigration vetting means assuring that each unknown migrant isn’t a confirmed terrorist and doesn’t have a criminal record, contagious disease, or prior immigration violations. In-depth vetting is important, since those currently being released are mostly young and will be living in U.S. for decades. CBP agents can only check crime and terrorism databases from the U.S. or some allies. Mayorkas’ DHS’ hands-off approach to processing illegal aliens is a far cry from how meaningful vetting is done. Vetting, properly carried out, involves multiple federal agencies conducting meticulous security screenings which include biographic and identity investigations as well as FBI biometric fingerprint and photographic collection. Medical screenings are mandatory. The National Counterterrorism Center/Intelligence Community and the FBI do final evaluations. From start to finish, a full vetting can take a year or more.

During the Afghan withdrawal, the White House gave repeated assurances that those boarding flights to the U.S. either had been or would be, upon landing, fully vetted. Months later, testifying before the Senate Judiciary Committee, Mayorkas admitted that “We are not conducting in-person, full refugee interviews of 100 percent” of Afghan evacuees. Biden issued a presidential directive ordering ground personnel to fill up the planes out of Afghanistan without vetting.

On homeland safety issues, Biden and his chief lieutenant Mayorkas have no credibility. With 10 million illegal aliens roaming around who knows where, the odds favor that America will suffer the consequences of the White House’s betrayal.

Senator Can't Explain Vetting Process

Joe Guzzardi is an Institute for Sound Public Policy analyst. Contact him at jguzzardi@isfpp.org

Senator Can’t Explain Vetting Process

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