TrumpWatch Day 12


TrumpWatch Day 12


Unity Through Solutions will complement its own coverage of POTUS Trump with other materials not telling our readers the source till the end so today …

President Trump’s executive orders and other early policies are coming out at a dizzying pace. Here at The Watch, we’ll do our best to keep a running tally of those pertaining to civil liberties and criminal justice, as well as a catalog of the Trump administration’s lies, falsehoods, and misdirection.

  • So 78 percent of Trump supporters think crime went up under the Obama administration. It dropped by about 20 percent.
  • Professor tells Trump to deport him before his Iranian Ph.D. students.
  • Trump also plans to publish a weekly list of crimes committed by immigrants. The idea is similar to the “Black Crime” section at Breitbart, which of course was formerly run by Trump aide Steve Bannon. Oh, and Nazi Germany did the same thing with Jews.
  • While we’re on the subject, it’s worth noting again that immigrants — including undocumented immigrants — are less likely to commit crimes than native-born citizens.
  • Bannon, meanwhile, told the New York Times this week that the media should “keep its mouth shut.” Presumably, he’d grant an exception to reports of crimes committed by black people or immigrants.
  • Here’s why Trump’s proposed ban on “sanctuary cities” is unconstitutional.
  • The Mexican-American border is nearly 2,000 miles long. This video demonstrates just how difficult it will be to wall it off.
  • Trump claims that two people were shot dead during President Obama’s farewell speech in Chicago. It isn’t true.
  • In his interview with ABC News this week, Trump claimed that Chicago PD was too “politically correct.” If you’ve read the Justice Department report on the department, that’s just a laughable assertion. Here are other reasons why it’s wrong.
  • Trump’s plan to ban immigrants from certain Muslim-majority countries excludes such countries in which he has business ties. I’m sure this is merely a coincidence.
  • Seven months ago, Obama appointed the first outsider to head up the Border Patrol. Mark Morgan’s appointment came after multiple reports of abuse and corruption within the agency. His reform efforts were extremely unpopular with the Border Patrol union. That union endorsed Trump last year. This week, Trump fired Morgan.
  • On Thursday, Trump claimed that murders in Philadelphia are “just terribly increasing.” They’ve been consistently decreasing — a 30 percent drop over the past 10 years, according to the Philadelphia police.
  • Reason’s Jacob Sullum writes that it’s possible that these aren’t all actually lies — that it’s possible that Trump really believes what he says. And that may be more frightening still.
  • In explaining why he believes there was voter fraud in the election, Trump apparently told staffers that pro golfer Bernhard Langer told him that when he went to vote, he saw voters who “did not look as if they should be allowed to vote,” after which Trump “threw out the names of Latin American countries that the voters might have come from.” In addition to the overt racism here, there’s also the problem that Langer is a German citizen, and ineligible to vote.

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That’s quite a week. Feel free to leave other news items you may have seen in the comments section. Finally, if you’re a government official who would like to leak information you think we should know about, here’s how you can anonymously contact and send documents to The Washington Post.

Unity through Solutions 3.0 Discusses Forced Vaccinations

Unity through Solutions discusses  Mandatory Vaccinations

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No Mandatory Vaccinations

Alert! A Congressional bill to force mandatory vaccinations across the nation has entered the House of Representatives under the name “Vaccinate All Children Act of 2015” or HR 2232.  This bill is essentially a national version of the SB277 mandatory vaccination legislation which passed in California earlier this year, with the same impossible exemption requirements. The bill, as currently written, would require all state public schools across the nation to mandate blanket vaccination of their enrolled students in order to receive their federal aid money.

The bill was introduced by Frederica S. Wilson, a Democratic Congresswoman from Miami, Florida, who is best known for wearing crazy hats to events and interviews. To say that the hats may have finally gone to her head isn’t far from the truth, as Rep. Wilson has put fourth arguably the most draconian act of medical fascism since the regime of Adolf Hitler in Germany.  The movement aiming to eliminate informed consent knows quite well that the flailing national public school system is wholly dependent on grant money from Washington, D.C, as was evident in last year’s tense fight over Common Core implementation and Michelle Obama’s lunch program.

The real question here is — will people who still enroll their children in these meat grinding indoctrination facilities idly sit by as their local schools turn those national grant funds into literal blood money for the pharmaceutical-industrial complex?


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