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    Huge announcement on trade coming very soon. #AmericaFirst
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    Executive Orders

    Executive Order #13 Re: Removal and Exclusion of Certain Individuals By the authority vested in me as President by the Constitution and laws of the United States of America and in order to promote the security interests of the United States, it is hereby ordered as follows; SECTION 1. REMOVAL OF CERTAIN INDIVIDUALS. (1) Executive Order #12 is repealed. (2) Pursuant to Title 8 U.S. Code Subchapter V the President orders the immediate removal of any individual who, not being a citizen of the United States and under procedures listed under this title: (a) Makes any public or documented private expression of support or sympathy for any radical Islamic terrorist organization's actions, aims, or motivations. (b) Has actively encouraged or engaged in activities that support terrorism or advocacy of terrorism against the United States and her allies. (c) Is suspected of any ties to any radical Islamic group. (d) Is subscribed to radical Islamic ideology or has given such statements in the past without renouncing them. SECTION 2. EXCLUSION OF CERTAIN INDIVIDUALS. (1) Pursuant to 8 U.S. Code § 1201 the Secretary of State can remove any issuance of a visa under this section if the applicant: (a) Is entering the United States for the purpose of providing verbal support of or making expressions sympathetic towards terrorism. (b) Has actively encouraged or engaged in activities that support terrorism or advocacy of terrorism against the United States and her allies. (c) Is suspected of any ties to any radical Islamic group. (d) Is subscribed to radical Islamic ideology or has given such statements in the past without renouncing them. SECTION 3. EFFECTIVE DATE. (1) The Order shall take effect immediately. /s/ Kyle Fitzgerald President of the United States
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    Secretary of Defense Nomination

    /s/ Kyle Fitzgerald President of the United States
  4. Kyle Fitzgerald The White House For Immediate Release Washington, DC – President Kyle Fitzgerald spoke to the press following the FBI press conference on the assassination of Dylan Macmillan at the hands of an Islamic extremist and announced new security procedures to keep terrorists out of America. “First of all, I want to thank FBI Director James Comey and everyone at the Bureau for their hard and skilled work to track down who committed this terrible crime. The FBI are an organization of patriots who are committed to justice. “I think the most tragic thing about this story is the way in which President Macmillan died. He died when he rolled the windows down in the presidential limo to greet people assembled in the crowd. The windows are designed to protect everyone inside from any kind of attack. Had he not rolled his window down, not only would he have survived but he wouldn’t have even been hurt. But President Macmillan did it anyway because he had that much trust and faith in humanity and his fellow man. At that moment, it didn’t even occur to him that someone would want to kill him. It demonstrates what a good and decent man he really was. He didn’t see the bad and the evil in the world. He saw only love. Unfortunately, someone took advantage of that love and killed him. “I think this is a broader metaphor for what has not only occurred in this country time and time again but also across the West. Certain individuals and groups see that we are tolerant and progressive, and they assume that we are weak. They seek to exploit our tolerance and our love. They despise us for it, and they want to kill us. “As we learned today, the suicide bomber who killed President Macmillan is part of a radical pro-Palestinian group based in Germany. He came to America on a student visa. I was told by the FBI that this group has orchestrated violent protests in Europe. I have already talked to the Chancellor of Germany, and the FBI will be working with the German Federal Intelligence Service to question all of the people involved in this group. If anyone else in the group was involved in this attack, they will be extradited and tried in America. “But ultimately this is a problem that goes way beyond just one group of people in Germany. This was yet another case of radical Islamic terror claiming more lives on American soil. This attack shows how careful we need to be about who we allow in this country. Today, I have signed an executive order to keep dangerous Islamic extremists out of our country. This executive order calls for the removal or exclusion from America any individual who makes any public or private expression of support or sympathy for any radical Islamic terrorist organization, is entering the United States for the purpose of providing verbal support of or making expressions sympathetic towards terrorism, has actively encouraged or engaged in activities that support terrorism or advocacy of terrorism against the United States and our allies, is suspected of any ties to any radical Islamic group, or is subscribed to radical Islamic ideology or has given such statements in the past without renouncing them. Furthermore, I have also signed an executive order to expand the vetting procedures from the American National Security Act signed by President Macmillan. These procedures required the concurrent approval of multiple security agencies before allowing admission of an alien from seven countries most compromised by terrorism. I have expanded these procedures to all aliens from every country. This suicide bomber came from Germany. Islamic extremism has adherents all over the globe, and these terrorists can come from anywhere. “Furthermore, I call on Congress to pass the ALERT Act as soon as possible. Introduced by Congressman James Grant, the ALERT Act is the future of counter-terrorism. The ALERT Act enhances counter-terrorism cooperation among various federal agencies and focuses on counter-radicalization with an emphasis on training at the state and local level. “I can’t guarantee that there will never be another terrorist attack on American soil. But what I can guarantee is that this administration will do everything legally within our power to prevent one from happening again. That’s my pledge to the American people, and it’s my duty as president to do everything I can to keep our country safe.” View full PR
  5. The White House For Immediate Release Washington, DC – President Kyle Fitzgerald spoke to the press following the FBI press conference on the assassination of Dylan Macmillan at the hands of an Islamic extremist and announced new security procedures to keep terrorists out of America. “First of all, I want to thank FBI Director James Comey and everyone at the Bureau for their hard and skilled work to track down who committed this terrible crime. The FBI are an organization of patriots who are committed to justice. “I think the most tragic thing about this story is the way in which President Macmillan died. He died when he rolled the windows down in the presidential limo to greet people assembled in the crowd. The windows are designed to protect everyone inside from any kind of attack. Had he not rolled his window down, not only would he have survived but he wouldn’t have even been hurt. But President Macmillan did it anyway because he had that much trust and faith in humanity and his fellow man. At that moment, it didn’t even occur to him that someone would want to kill him. It demonstrates what a good and decent man he really was. He didn’t see the bad and the evil in the world. He saw only love. Unfortunately, someone took advantage of that love and killed him. “I think this is a broader metaphor for what has not only occurred in this country time and time again but also across the West. Certain individuals and groups see that we are tolerant and progressive, and they assume that we are weak. They seek to exploit our tolerance and our love. They despise us for it, and they want to kill us. “As we learned today, the suicide bomber who killed President Macmillan is part of a radical pro-Palestinian group based in Germany. He came to America on a student visa. I was told by the FBI that this group has orchestrated violent protests in Europe. I have already talked to the Chancellor of Germany, and the FBI will be working with the German Federal Intelligence Service to question all of the people involved in this group. If anyone else in the group was involved in this attack, they will be extradited and tried in America. “But ultimately this is a problem that goes way beyond just one group of people in Germany. This was yet another case of radical Islamic terror claiming more lives on American soil. This attack shows how careful we need to be about who we allow in this country. Today, I have signed an executive order to keep dangerous Islamic extremists out of our country. This executive order calls for the removal or exclusion from America any individual who makes any public or private expression of support or sympathy for any radical Islamic terrorist organization, is entering the United States for the purpose of providing verbal support of or making expressions sympathetic towards terrorism, has actively encouraged or engaged in activities that support terrorism or advocacy of terrorism against the United States and our allies, is suspected of any ties to any radical Islamic group, or is subscribed to radical Islamic ideology or has given such statements in the past without renouncing them. Furthermore, I have also signed an executive order to expand the vetting procedures from the American National Security Act signed by President Macmillan. These procedures required the concurrent approval of multiple security agencies before allowing admission of an alien from seven countries most compromised by terrorism. I have expanded these procedures to all aliens from every country. This suicide bomber came from Germany. Islamic extremism has adherents all over the globe, and these terrorists can come from anywhere. “Furthermore, I call on Congress to pass the ALERT Act as soon as possible. Introduced by Congressman James Grant, the ALERT Act is the future of counter-terrorism. The ALERT Act enhances counter-terrorism cooperation among various federal agencies and focuses on counter-radicalization with an emphasis on training at the state and local level. “I can’t guarantee that there will never be another terrorist attack on American soil. But what I can guarantee is that this administration will do everything legally within our power to prevent one from happening again. That’s my pledge to the American people, and it’s my duty as president to do everything I can to keep our country safe.”
  6. TexAgRepublican

    Executive Orders

    Executive Order #12 Re: Removal and Exclusion of Certain Individuals By the authority vested in me as President by the Constitution and laws of the United States of America and in order to promote the security interests of the United States, it is hereby ordered as follows; SECTION 1. FINDINGS. (1) The President hereby declares, pursuant to the terms of 50 U.S.C. § 21, that the following attacks constituted a “predatory incursion” against the territory of the United States conducted by radical Islamic terrorism, which claims adherents from virtually every nation upon the Earth: (a) 2001 in New York, NY (b) 2015 in Chattanooga, TN (c) 2015 in San Bernadino, CA (d) 2016 in Orlando, FL and (e) 2018 in Houston, TX (2) The President hereby finds that it is in the interests of the United States of America to direct the removal and exclusion from the United States of certain non citizens who may pose a danger to the American people and the American way of life. SECTION 2. REMOVAL OF CERTAIN INDIVIDUALS. (1) Pursuant to 50 U.S.C. § 21 the President orders the immediate deportation of any individual who, not being a citizen of the United States: (a) Makes any public or documented private expression of support or sympathy for any radical Islamic terrorist organization's actions, aims, or motivations. (b) Has actively encouraged or engaged in activities that support terrorism or advocacy of terrorism against the United States and her allies. (c) Is suspected of any ties to any radical Islamic group. (d) Is subscribed to radical Islamic ideology or has given such statements in the past without renouncing them. SECTION 3. EXCLUSION OF CERTAIN INDIVIDUALS. (1) Pursuant to 6 U.S.C. § 236 the Secretary of State is hereby directed to order all US Embassies and Consulates worldwide to refuse to issue a visa for entry into the United States to any individual who it believes: (a) Is entering the United States for the purpose of providing verbal support of or making expressions sympathetic towards terrorism. (b) Has actively encouraged or engaged in activities that support terrorism or advocacy of terrorism against the United States and her allies. (c) Is suspected of any ties to any radical Islamic group. (d) Is subscribed to radical Islamic ideology or has given such statements in the past without renouncing them. SECTION 4. EFFECTIVE DATE. (1) The Order shall take effect immediately. /s/ Kyle Fitzgerald President of the United States
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    Executive Orders

    Executive Order #11 Re: Review of Aliens to Identify Security Threats to the United States (a) In this order, the term “covered alien” is defined as any alien applying for a visa to the United States. (b) In addition to the screening conducted by the Secretary of Homeland Security, the Director of the Federal Bureau of Investigation shall take all actions necessary to ensure that each covered alien receives a thorough background investigation prior to admission. A covered alien may not be admitted until the Director of the Federal Bureau of Investigation certifies to the Secretary of Homeland Security and the Director of National Intelligence that each covered alien has received a background investigation that is sufficient to determine whether the covered alien is a threat to the security of the United States. (c) A covered alien may only be admitted to the United States after the Secretary of Homeland Security, with the unanimous concurrence of the Director of the Federal Bureau of Investigation and the Director of National Intelligence, certifies that the covered alien is not a threat to the security of the United States. (d) The Inspector General of the Department of Homeland Security shall conduct a risk-based review of all certifications made under subsection (c) each year. /s/ Kyle Fitzgerald President of the United States
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    Swanner Talks States’ Rights

    Jack Swanner The Office of Rep. Jack Swanner For Immediate Release Washington, DC – Rep. Jack Swanner (R-TX) spoke to the press about states’ rights. “Let’s talk about states’ rights for a moment. Let’s look at what a Republican House, Senate, and White House accomplished during the last session of Congress. We repealed a federalized Obamacare system and replaced it with a $200 billion a year investment in block grants to states so that they can create their own healthcare plans. We repealed Common Core and ended that failure of federalized education by empowering more decisions to state and local governments. We invested $1 trillion over the next decade in block grants to states for infrastructure development and job creation. We gave states the right to control the production of energy on federal land. And every step of the way, either a vast majority of House Democrats or their entire conference voted in lock step against these proposals. But now they want to pretend that they care about states’ rights and our party doesn’t. I’m not buying it, and I don’t think the American people appreciate the kind of political games and gotcha tricks that are being played right now by House Democrats." View full PR
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    Swanner Talks States’ Rights

    The Office of Rep. Jack Swanner For Immediate Release Washington, DC – Rep. Jack Swanner (R-TX) spoke to the press about states’ rights. “Let’s talk about states’ rights for a moment. Let’s look at what a Republican House, Senate, and White House accomplished during the last session of Congress. We repealed a federalized Obamacare system and replaced it with a $200 billion a year investment in block grants to states so that they can create their own healthcare plans. We repealed Common Core and ended that failure of federalized education by empowering more decisions to state and local governments. We invested $1 trillion over the next decade in block grants to states for infrastructure development and job creation. We gave states the right to control the production of energy on federal land. And every step of the way, either a vast majority of House Democrats or their entire conference voted in lock step against these proposals. But now they want to pretend that they care about states’ rights and our party doesn’t. I’m not buying it, and I don’t think the American people appreciate the kind of political games and gotcha tricks that are being played right now by House Democrats."
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    Swanner Opposes AUMF Repeal

    Jack Swanner The Office of Rep. Jack Swanner For Immediate Release Washington, DC – Rep. Jack Swanner (R-TX) spoke to the press in opposition to legislation proposed by House Democrats to end the Authorization of Military Force for the War on Terror. “I’m generally supportive of people who want us to get out of Afghanistan and get out of the Middle East. I think that’s a noble goal. I believe – at least according to conversations I’ve had with the president – that it’s a goal this administration is seriously pursuing. But this is not the right way to go about it. I’m a combat veteran. I cannot support a bill that would pull the rug out from under our troops in less than a year regardless of whether they’ve finished the job or not. We have a Commander in Chief who is a combat veteran himself, and we have the best military leadership in the world. Let’s allow them to do their jobs and get this done the right way. Our national security depends on it.” View full PR
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    Swanner Opposes AUMF Repeal

    The Office of Rep. Jack Swanner For Immediate Release Washington, DC – Rep. Jack Swanner (R-TX) spoke to the press in opposition to legislation proposed by House Democrats to end the Authorization of Military Force for the War on Terror. “I’m generally supportive of people who want us to get out of Afghanistan and get out of the Middle East. I think that’s a noble goal. I believe – at least according to conversations I’ve had with the president – that it’s a goal this administration is seriously pursuing. But this is not the right way to go about it. I’m a combat veteran. I cannot support a bill that would pull the rug out from under our troops in less than a year regardless of whether they’ve finished the job or not. We have a Commander in Chief who is a combat veteran himself, and we have the best military leadership in the world. Let’s allow them to do their jobs and get this done the right way. Our national security depends on it.”
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    Swanner Opposes Marijuana Legalization

    Jack Swanner The Office of Rep. Jack Swanner For Immediate Release Washington, DC – Rep. Jack Swanner (R-TX) spoke to the press in opposition to legislation proposed by House Democrats to end the federal prohibition of marijuana. “I am opposed to legislation introduced by House Democrats to end the federal prohibition of marijuana, and I have stated that opposition on the House Floor. The main reason I oppose legalization is because it’s a dangerous drug – and it’s getting more dangerous over time. Marijuana today has about 20 times the THC that the marijuana my parents’ generation smoked at Woodstock 50 years ago. Marijuana smoke contains 50% to 70% more cancer-causing substances than tobacco smoke. Marijuana also causes nerve damage and abnormal cell division. Furthermore, marijuana is a proven gateway drug and is a stronger gateway than tobacco or alcohol. Adults who used marijuana as children are 17 times more likely to be regular cocaine users and are also more likely to be regular cocaine users than those who consumed alcohol or tobacco as children. In states that have legalized marijuana, fatal car accidents involving drivers testing positive for marijuana nearly doubled. I’m sympathetic to possibly rescheduling marijuana to allow for more research and access on the medical side. After all, we schedule some pretty dangerous drugs for medical use. But having already seen the dangers of recreational legalization on the state level, I cannot in good conscience support legalization across the country.” View full PR
  13. The Office of Rep. Jack Swanner For Immediate Release Washington, DC – Rep. Jack Swanner (R-TX) spoke to the press in opposition to legislation proposed by House Democrats to end the federal prohibition of marijuana. “I am opposed to legislation introduced by House Democrats to end the federal prohibition of marijuana, and I have stated that opposition on the House Floor. The main reason I oppose legalization is because it’s a dangerous drug – and it’s getting more dangerous over time. Marijuana today has about 20 times the THC that the marijuana my parents’ generation smoked at Woodstock 50 years ago. Marijuana smoke contains 50% to 70% more cancer-causing substances than tobacco smoke. Marijuana also causes nerve damage and abnormal cell division. Furthermore, marijuana is a proven gateway drug and is a stronger gateway than tobacco or alcohol. Adults who used marijuana as children are 17 times more likely to be regular cocaine users and are also more likely to be regular cocaine users than those who consumed alcohol or tobacco as children. In states that have legalized marijuana, fatal car accidents involving drivers testing positive for marijuana nearly doubled. I’m sympathetic to possibly rescheduling marijuana to allow for more research and access on the medical side. After all, we schedule some pretty dangerous drugs for medical use. But having already seen the dangers of recreational legalization on the state level, I cannot in good conscience support legalization across the country.”
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    AUMF Repeal

    Mr. Speaker, I think leaving Afghanistan and broadly wrapping up the War on Terror in the Middle East is a noble goal, and from my conversations with the president I think it’s a goal this administration is pursuing. That being said, this isn’t the right way to go about it. As a combat veteran, I can’t support legislation that would pull the rug out from under our troops in less than a year regardless of whether the job is done or not. We should let our Commander-in-Chief – also a veteran – and his military leadership do what they need to do in order to defeat terrorism. I yield.
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    Ending Federal Marijuana Prohibition Act

    Mr. Speaker, I have a question for you and for the Representative from Idaho. If we were talking about heroin would you support state legalization superseding federal law? And if so, I look forward to seeing legislation to get that done. And if not, why not? Shouldn't we be consistent? I yield.
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