Sealed court proceedings  unsealed list  96,262 sealed: 9,549 unsealed as of 5 May 2019

resignations 4,353: 220 in “Government” roles as of 5 May 2019 JUST STARTED

Mueller – indictments  DONE

Appointing federal judges 2 OF 3 SCOTUS, 40+ STATE

Order to release 20% of secrete patents including health and free energy. Release tied to Antarctic disclosure 2 PATENTS FOR ANTIGRAVITY






Obama executive order for national emergency 13581 2011


Foreign interference with elections 13848


 In December of 2017 President Trump issued an Executive Order titled Blocking the Property of Persons Involved in Serious Human Rights Abuse or Corruption. The President in this order declares a national emergency 13581

Modification of 13581 – 13863 mar 15 2019

Courts Martial Mar 1, 2018; see section 5, effective Jan1 2019;

New 2019 Manual for Courts-Martial

Those who are interested in national security law and military justice should take note that the most significant changes to the U.S. military justice system in almost 70 years will soon go into effect.  We have not seen change on this scale since the adoption of the Uniform Code of Military Justice in 1951. The amendments that go into effect on January 1, 2019, are significant in both depth and breadth and, like the initial reforms in the UCMJ, they reflect a continuing “civilianization” of military justice.

 “Trump signed Executive Order March 1, 2018, to amend the court martial manual to get civilian legal help and prepare the public for Nuremberg II military tribunals of the cabal before truth and reconciliation.” all U.S. civilians shall be subject to military justice and that the military will be able to hire non-military legal experts to help with the upcoming tribunals, according to Pentagon sources. Have a look at  page 2 of Annex 2 where it describes one exercise of military jurisdiction as: “A government temporarily governing the civil population within its territory or a portion of its territory through its military forces as necessity may require. (Martial law).”



Executive Order Blocking the Property of Persons Involved in Serious Human Rights Abuse or Corruption

Law & Justice

Issued on: December 21, 2017

Section 1. (a) All property and interests in property that are in the United States, that hereafter come within the United States, or that are or hereafter come within the possession or control of any United States person of the following persons are blocked and may not be transferred, paid, exported, withdrawn, or otherwise dealt in:

(i) the persons listed in the Annex to this order;




Section 4Part IV of the Manual for Courts-Martial, United States is amended



1.  Article 77 (10 U.S.C. 877)—Principals

a.  Text of statute.

Any person punishable under this chapter who

(1)   commits an offense punishable by this chapter, or aids, abets, counsels, commands, or procures its commission; or

(2)   causes an act to be done which if directly performed by him would be punishable by this chapter;

is a principal.






This Appendix contains the list of lesser included offenses prescribed by the President in EO…….


(1) Courts-martial for the trial of offenses against military law and, in the case of general courts-martial, of persons who by the law of war are subject to trial by military tribunals. See Parts II, III, and IV of this Manual for rules governing courts-martial.

(2) Military commissions and provost courts for the trial of cases within their respective jurisdictions. Subject to any applicable rule of international law or to any regulations prescribed by the President or by other competent authority, military commissions and provost courts shall be guided by the appropriate principles of law and rules of procedures and evidence prescribed for courts-martial.







Lesser Included Offense


Breach of medical quarantine

Art. 87b Breach of restriction






-Desertion with intent to remain away


Art. 86 – Absence without leave


-Desertion with intent to avoid hazardous

duty or shirk important service

Art. 86 – Absence without leave


-Desertion before notice of acceptance of


Art. 86 – Absence without leave





















Art. 103a – Attempted espionage



Aiding the enemy



-Aiding the enemy

Art. 103b – Attempting to aid the enemy












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August 2016 forward – Rothschilds moving out 

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 IGNITING A HISTORIC ECONOMIC BOOM: President Trump’s pro-growth policies are unleashing economic growth and providing opportunities to workers across the country.

·       Due to President Trump’s pro-growth policies, real gross domestic product (GDP) growth exceeded 3 percent over the last four quarters.

·       More than 5 million jobs have been created since President Trump’s election and the unemployment rate remains below 4 percent.

·       Initial weekly jobless claims have hit a nearly 50-year low under President Trump.

·       Under President Trump, job openings outnumber the unemployed for the first time on record.

·       Recently, more than two-thirds of Americans rated “now” as a good time to find a quality job, tying a record high in a poll by Gallup.

·       Americans are seeing more money in their pockets thanks to the booming economy.

·       President Trump’s policies are helping to lift Americans out of poverty.

·       Consumer confidence has soared under President Trump, recently reaching an 18-year high.

·       President Trump is delivering on his promise to bring back American manufacturing.

·       Small Business optimism jumped to a record high under President Trump, according to a survey by the National Federation of Independent Business (NFIB).

·       President Trump signed the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act into law, ushering in the largest package of tax cuts and reforms in American history.

·       These tax cuts are delivering real results for American families and workers.

·       President Trump is ensuring American workers receive the training and education they need to compete in today’s economy.

·       President Trump has prioritized the economic empowerment of women.

ROLLING BACK RED TAPE: President Trump is rolling back costly regulations that have burdened hardworking Americans and stifled innovation.

·       President Trump has followed through on and exceeded his promise to roll back two regulations for every new one created.

·       Since taking office, President Trump’s deregulation efforts have achieved $33 billion in regulatory savings.

·       President Trump has signed 16 Congressional Review Act resolutions into law, eliminating burdensome Obama-era rules and regulations.

·       President Trump announced U.S. withdrawal from the Paris Climate Agreement, which would have harmed America’s economy and cost American workers millions of jobs.

·       President Trump signed an executive order to streamline the permitting process for infrastructure projects with a goal of cutting approval time from up to 10 years to an average of 2 years.

·       President Trump signed legislation to roll back burdensome Dodd-Frank regulations that harmed community banks.

NEGOTIATING BETTER DEALS FOR THE AMERICAN PEOPLE: President Trump is negotiating fair and balanced trade deals that protect American industries and workers.

·       President Trump negotiated a new trade agreement between the United States, Canada, and Mexico to replace the disastrous and outdated North American Free Trade Agreement.

·       The President renegotiated the United States–Korea Free Trade Agreement to preserve and grow jobs in the American auto industry and increase American exports.

·       The United States and Japan are set to begin negotiations on a United States–Japan Trade Agreement.

·       President Trump is establishing a new trade relationship with the European Union (EU), working toward the elimination of tariff and non-tariff barriers to transatlantic trade.

·       President Trump has established a Trade and Investment Working Group to lay the groundwork for post-Brexit trade with the United Kingdom (UK) and has notified Congress of his intent to negotiate a free trade agreement with the UK.

·       This year, President Trump filed a withdrawal notification with the Universal Postal Union, launching a one-year negotiation to secure fair international postal rates for American mailers.

·       President Trump has expanded market access for American agricultural producers.

·       Under President Trump, the United States will no longer accept bad trade deals and unfair trade practices that harm American workers and industries.

·       President Trump is holding China accountable for its unfair trade practices, such as the theft of intellectual property, by imposing tariffs on $250 billion in Chinese goods.

·       American steel and aluminum jobs are coming back following President Trump’s tariffs to protect domestic industries that are vital to national security.

·       President Trump imposed tariffs to protect American-made washing machines and solar products that were hurt by import surges.

UNLEASHING AMERICAN ENERGY: President Trump is rolling back costly and burdensome regulations to unleash America’s incredible energy resources.

·       After years of stifling regulation under the last Administration, President Trump is unleashing America’s energy potential.

·       America is the largest crude oil producer in the world and production has hit a record high.

·       President Trump’s policies are helping to boost American energy exports.

·       President Trump is expanding access to our country’s abundant natural resources.

·       In 2017, the Administration approved construction of the Dakota Access pipeline and the cross border permit for the Keystone XL pipeline.

·       The Administration issued permits for the New Burgos Pipeline that will export American petroleum products to Mexico.

·       The President has ended the war on coal, cutting Obama-era regulations such as the “Stream Protection Rule” which was estimated to cost industries $81 million a year.

·       President Trump is replacing the Clean Power Plan, a flawed Obama-era regulation that the Supreme Court ordered halted.

·       President Trump rescinded the hydraulic fracturing rule, which was expected to cost the oil and gas industry $32 million per year.

·       The Trump Administration curbed the burdensome Obama-era rule on methane, saving American energy developers hundreds of millions of dollars in regulatory costs.

EXPANDING OPTIONS FOR QUALITY AND AFFORDABLE HEALTHCARE: President Trump is expanding access to affordable healthcare choices and taking action to lower drug prices.

·       President Trump’s Administration is working to provide Americans with affordable alternatives to Obamacare.

·       The Administration expanded short-term, limited duration health insurance plans that are expected to be nearly 50 percent cheaper than unsubsidized Obamacare plans.

·       President Trump has expanded association health plans, allowing more employers to join together across State lines and affordably offer coverage to their employees.

·       The Administration proposed a reform to Health Reimbursement Account (HRA) regulations that will give consumers more freedom to purchase benefits that fit their needs.

·       Americans have more healthcare freedom thanks to the President signing legislation that ended Obamacare’s individual mandate penalty.

·       While healthcare premiums had been steadily increasing as a result of Obamacare, the average benchmark exchange premium will decline for the first time in 2019 thanks to President Trump’s policies.

·       Medicare Advantage plans offer more benefit options than ever before, and average premiums in 2019 will be 6 percent lower than in 2018.

·       President Trump launched an unprecedented campaign to drive down drug prices, leading more than a dozen drug manufactures to enact price freezes, reductions, or rollbacks.

·       The President put forth an initiative to stop global freeloading that drives up prices for American patients.

·       The Administration provided Medicare Advantage and Medicare Part D plans with new negotiating tools to drive down drug costs for American patients.

·       The Administration implemented reforms to the amount Medicare pays hospitals for drugs that are purchased under the 340B program, saving seniors $320 million in 2018.

·       President Trump signed “Right to Try” legislation to expand access to experimental treatments for terminally ill patients.

FIGHTING BACK AGAINST THE CRISIS NEXT DOOR: President Trump mobilized his entire Administration to combat the opioid crisis that has devastated communities across the country.

·       President Trump launched an Initiative to Stop Opioid Abuse and Reduce Drug Supply and Demand, introducing new measures to confront the driving forces behind this crisis.

·       The President signed the landmark SUPPORT for Patients and Communities Act, the largest and most comprehensive legislative package addressing a single drug crisis in history.

·       The President helped secure a record $6 billion in funding to fight the opioid epidemic.

·       The Administration provided more than $2 billion in grants in 2018 to help States, territories, tribes, and local communities prevent and treat opioid abuse.

·       The Administration pursued scientific solutions to prevent and treat addiction through the Helping to End Addiction Long-term (HEAL) Initiative.

·       The President launched a national public awareness campaign about the dangers of opioid addiction and youth opioid usage.

·       Last year, President Trump created a Commission on Combating Drug Addiction and the Opioid Crisis, which recommends ways to tackle the opioid crisis.

·       The Administration declared the opioid crisis a nationwide Public Health Emergency in 2017.

·       President Trump is working to cut off the flow of deadly opioids into our country and to disrupt the networks that distribute them to our communities.

·       Last year, the DOJ announced the largest healthcare fraud takedown in history, arresting more than 120 defendants with opioid-related crimes.

·       The President launched a Safer Prescribing Plan that seeks to cut nationwide opioid prescription fills by one-third within three years.

·       The Administration has led four National Prescription Drug Take-Back Days, collecting a record-breaking 1,837 tons of expired and unneeded prescription drugs.

STANDING UP FOR THE SANCTITY OF LIFE AND PROTECTING RELIGIOUS LIBERTY: The President is committed to defending the right to life and religious liberty.

·       Shortly after taking office, President Trump reinstated and expanded the Mexico City Policy.

·       President Trump defunded a United Nations (UN) agency for colluding with China’s brutal program of forced abortion and sterilization.

·       The Administration withdrew guidance that constrained State’s ability to exclude family-planning providers that provide abortion services from the Medicaid program.

·       The Trump Administration proposed new regulations to ensure Title X family planning funding does not go to projects that perform, support, or refer patients for abortion.

·       The Trump Administration issued regulations establishing new or expanded exemptions from the Obamacare contraceptive mandate based on religious beliefs or moral convictions.

·       In 2017, the President issued an executive order to promote free speech and religious liberty.

KEEPING AMERICAN COMMUNITIES SAFE: President Trump has made clear that his first responsibility is to protect the safety and security of Americans.

·       Federal Bureau of Investigation data shows violent crime decreased under President Trump’s watch in 2017, following two consecutive years of increases.

·       United States Attorneys indicted the most violent criminals on record last year.

·       Last year, the DOJ announced nearly $100 million in grant funding to hire hundreds of additional law enforcement officers.

·       President Trump is cracking down on the vile MS-13 gang that has brought violence to communities across the country.

·       President Trump signed an executive order to restore State and local law enforcement’s access to surplus equipment that can be used to help keep our communities safe.

·       President Trump enhanced and updated the Project Safe Neighborhoods program.

·       The DOJ announced the creation of the National Public Safety Partnership in 2017, launching a cooperative initiative with cities to reduce violent crime.

·       President Trump signed legislation to improve the Federal firearm background check system and keep guns out of the hands of dangerous criminals.

·       President Trump signed the First Step Act, which includes bipartisan reforms to make our Federal justice system fairer and our communities safer.

ENFORCING OUR LAWS AND SECURING OUR BORDERS: From the first day of his Administration, President Trump has worked to uphold the rule of law and secure our borders.

·       President Trump released an immigration framework that would fix our broken immigration system through merit-based reform and provide the resources needed to secure our border.

·       President Trump secured funding to begin building the wall and construction has already begun in areas along the southern border.

·       President Trump deployed the military to assist in securing the southern border.

·       President Trump and his Administration took action to require aliens seeking asylum to go to a port of entry to make their claim.

·       Customs and Border Protection (CBP) apprehended 17,256 criminals and 1,019 gang members in FY 2018.

·       ICE’s Enforcement and Removal Operations (ERO) arrested 158,581 aliens in FY 2018, an 11 percent increase from FY 2017.

·       ICE ERO increased removals by 13 percent in FY 2018 to 256,086, the majority of whom were convicted criminals.

·       The Department of Justice prosecuted a record number of criminal immigration offenses in FY 2018, and increased the number of prosecutions for illegal entry by 84 percent over FY 2017.

·       Immigration courts are now completing more cases than at any point since 2011

·       President Trump kept his promise by launching the office of Victims of Immigration Crime Engagement (VOICE) within the Department of Homeland Security.

·       The Administration has more than doubled the number of jurisdictions participating in the 287(g) program, which enables State and local law enforcement to aid immigration enforcement.

·       President Trump has made our country safer by ordering the enhanced vetting of individuals entering from countries that do not meet our security standards.

REBUILDING AMERICA’S MILITARY FORCE: President Trump is rebuilding our military and defending America’s interests across the world.

·       President Trump ended the devastating defense cuts of the past Administration and has secured historic investments to rebuild our military.

·       President Trump is supporting America’s men and women in uniform, securing the largest military pay raise in nearly a decade.

·       The President issued a new National Security Strategy to keep America safe from all threats.

·       President Trump directed the first whole-of-government assessment of United States manufacturing and defense supply chains since the Eisenhower Administration.

·       President Trump initiated the 2018 Nuclear Posture Review, improving United States deterrence policy and existing capabilities to counter nuclear threats.

·       President Trump empowered our military commanders with broad authority in order to take the fight to ISIS, and the results are clear.

·       ISIS’ territorial caliphate has been defeated and President Trump has announced that he is bringing America’s troops in Syria home.

·       President Trump announced a new Iran strategy to confront all of Iran’s malign activities and withdrew from the horrible, one-sided Iran nuclear deal.

·       President Trump took decisive military action to respond to the barbaric use of chemical weapons by the Assad regime.

·       President Trump is strengthening America’s cyber defense and directed the elevation of the United States Cyber Command into a major warfighting command.

·       The President announced that the Department of Defense will work to create a Space Force to serve as an independent branch of the United States military.

RESTORING AMERICAN LEADERSHIP ABROAD: President Trump is restoring American leadership on the world stage and advancing an America first agenda.

·       President Trump held an historic summit with Chairman Kim Jong-Un, bringing beginnings of peace and denuclearization to the Korean Peninsula.

·       Prior to the summit, President Trump’s leadership helped secure the passage of historic UN sanctions on North Korea.

·       President Trump followed through on his promise to recognize Jerusalem as the capital of Israel and move the American embassy there.

·       President Trump withdrew the United States from the UN Human Rights Council due to its bias against Israel.

·       The Administration made clear that it does not accept the International Criminal Court’s jurisdiction over Americans and will continue to protect America’s sovereignty.

·       President Trump has successfully advocated for cutting waste at the UN.

·       The President’s leadership in the North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO) has encouraged members to increase their defense spending and realign the Alliance’s priorities.

·       President Trump’s Administration is working to advance a free and open Indo-Pacific through investments and partnerships.

·       President Trump has imposed tough sanctions on the corrupt regimes in Venezuela, Cuba, and Nicaragua.

·       President Trump has taken tough action to combat Russia’s malign activities, including Russia’s efforts to undermine United States elections.

·       The Trump Administration has secured the release of numerous American citizens held abroad, including Pastor Andrew Brunson from Turkey, Josh Holt from Venezuela, and more.

·       President Trump attended G20 summits in Argentina and Germany, where he promoted American First policies and encouraged closer cooperation.

·       In 2017, President Trump conducted tours through Asia to promote America’s interests.

HONORING AMERICA’S COMMITMENT TO OUR VETERANS: President Trump is honoring America’s commitment to our veterans by ensuring they receive the quality care they have earned.

·       President Trump secured a record $73.1 billion in funding for the Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) to provide quality medical care for our veterans.

·       The President signed the VA MISSION Act, revolutionizing that VA healthcare system and reforming numerous services for our veterans.

·       President Trump and his Administration have expanded access to telehealth services for veterans, including through the “Anywhere to Anywhere” VA health care initiative.

·       President Trump issued an executive order requiring the Administration to improve access to mental health treatment and suicide prevention resources for veterans.

·       President Trump signed the Veterans Affairs Accountability and Whistleblower Protection Act, making it easier to fire failing employees and protect whistleblowers.

·       President Trump signed the Veterans Appeals Improvement and Modernization Act of 2017, streamlining the process used by veterans when appealing benefits claims.

·       President Trump fulfilled his promise to create a new White House VA Hotline to provide veterans with 24/7 support.

·       The VA is providing veterans with online access to wait time and quality of care data.

·       The President signed the Forever GI Bill, providing veterans, service members, and their families with enhanced education benefits.

·       Last year, programs at the VA and the Department of Housing and Urban Development helped more than 51,000 veterans find permanent housing and access supportive services.

TRANSFORMING GOVERNMENT: President Trump has followed through on his pledge to transform the Federal Government and increase accountability and transparency.

·       President Trump’s Administration submitted a plan to reorganize the executive branch in order to improve efficiency and effectiveness.

·       In a historic show of transparency and accountability, the Trump Administration completed the Department of Defense’s first ever audit.

·       The President implemented a five-year ban on lobbying for White House employees and a lifetime ban on lobbying for foreign countries.

·       Each quarter since taking office, President Trump has donated his salary, fulfilling a promise he made to the American people.

·       President Trump is reshaping our Federal judiciary, appointing judges who will follow the Constitution as written.



Economic Growth

·       4.2 percent growth in the second quarter of 2018.

·       For the first time in more than a decade, growth is projected to exceed 3 percent over the calendar year.


·       4 million new jobs have been created since the election, and more than 3.5 million since Trump took office.

·       More Americans are employed now than ever before in our history.

·       Jobless claims at lowest level in nearly five decades.

·       The economy has achieved the longest positive job-growth streak on record.

·       Job openings are at an all-time high and outnumber job seekers for the first time on record.

·       Unemployment claims at 50 year low

·       African-American, Hispanic, and Asian-American unemployment rates have all recently reached record lows.

·       Women’s unemployment recently at lowest rate in nearly 65 years.

·       Youth unemployment recently reached its lowest level in more than 50 years.

·       Veterans’ unemployment recently hit its lowest level in nearly two decades.

·       Unemployment rate for Americans without a high school diploma recently reached a record low.

·       Rate for disabled Americans recently hit a record low.

·       Blue-collar jobs recently grew at the fastest rate in more than three decades.

·       Poll found that 85 percent of blue-collar workers believe their lives are headed “in the right direction.”

·       Last year, job satisfaction among American workers hit its highest level since 2005.

·       Nearly two-thirds of Americans rate now as a good time to find a quality job.

·       Added more than 400,000 manufacturing jobs since the election.

·       100,000 new jobs supporting the production & transport of oil & natural gas.

American Income

·       Median household income rose to $61,372 in 2017, a post-recession high.

·       Wages up in August by their fastest rate since June 2009.

·       Paychecks rose by 3.3 percent between 2016 and 2017, the most in a decade.

·       Council of Economic Advisers found that real wage compensation has grown by 1.4 percent over the past year.

·       Some 3.9 million Americans off food stamps since the election.

·       Median income for Hispanic-Americans rose by 3.7 percent and surpassed $50,000 for the first time ever in history.

·       Poverty rates for African-Americans and Hispanic-Americans have reached their lowest levels ever recorded.

American Optimism

·       Small business optimism has hit historic highs.

·       Manufacturers are more confident than ever.

·       Consumer confidence is at an 18-year high.

·       12 percent of Americans rate the economy as the most significant problem facing our country, the lowest level on record.

·       Confidence in the economy is near a two-decade high, with 51 percent rating the economy as good or excellent.

American Business

·       Investment is flooding back into the United States due to the tax cuts.

·       Retail sales have surged. Commerce Department figures from August show that retail sales increased 0.5 percent in July 2018, an increase of 6.4 percent from July 2017.

·       ISM’s index of manufacturing scored its highest reading in 14 years.

·       Worker productivity is the highest it has been in more than three years.

·       Steel and aluminum producers are re-opening.

·       Dow Jones Industrial Average, S&P 500, and NASDAQ have all notched record highs.


·       Achieved massive deregulation at a rapid pace, completing 22 deregulatory actions to every one regulatory action during his first year in office.

·       Signed legislation to roll back costly and harmful provisions of Dodd-Frank, providing relief to credit unions, and community and regional banks.

·       Federal agencies achieved more than $8 billion in lifetime net regulatory cost savings.

·       Rolled back Obama’s burdensome Waters of the U.S. rule.

·       Used the Congressional Review Act to repeal regulations more times than in history.

Tax Cuts

·       Biggest tax cuts and reforms in American history by signing the Tax Cuts and Jobs act into law

·       9 in 10 American workers are expected see an increase in their paychecks thanks to the tax cuts, according to the Treasury Department.

·       More than 6 million of American workers have received wage increases, bonuses, and increased benefits thanks to tax cuts.

·       Over 100 utility companies have lowered electric, gas, or water rates thanks to the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act.

·       Ernst & Young found 89 percent of companies planned to increase worker compensation thanks to the Trump tax cuts.

·       Established opportunity zones to spur investment in left behind communities.

Worker Development

·       Established a National Council for the American Worker to develop a national strategy for training and retraining America’s workers for high-demand industries.

·       Employers have signed Trump’s “Pledge to America’s Workers,” committing to train or retrain more than 4.2 million workers and students.

·       Signed the first Perkins CTE reauthorization since 2006, authorizing more than $1 billion for states each year to fund vocational and career education programs.

·       Executive order expanding apprenticeship opportunities for students and workers.

Domestic Infrastructure

·       Proposed infrastructure plan would utilize $200 billion in Federal funds to spur at least $1.5 trillion in infrastructure investment across the country.

·       Executive order expediting environmental reviews and approvals for high priority infrastructure projects.

·       Federal agencies have signed the One Federal Decision Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) streamlining the federal permitting process for infrastructure projects.

·       Rural prosperity task force and signed an executive order to help expand broadband access in rural areas.

Health Care

·       Signed an executive order to help minimize the financial burden felt by American households Signed legislation to improve the National Suicide Hotline.

·       Signed the most comprehensive childhood cancer legislation ever into law, which will advance childhood cancer research and improve treatments.

·       Signed Right-to-Try legislation, expanding health care options for terminally ill patients.

·       Enacted changes to the Medicare 340B program, saving seniors an estimated $320 million on drugs in 2018 alone.

·       FDA set a new record for generic drug approvals in 2017, saving consumers nearly $9 billion.

·       Released a blueprint to drive down drug prices for American patients, leading multiple major drug companies to announce they will freeze or reverse price increases.

·       Expanded short-term, limited-duration health plans.

·       Let more employers to form Association Health Plans, enabling more small businesses to join together and affordably provide health insurance to their employees.

·       Cut Obamacare’s burdensome individual mandate penalty.

·       Signed legislation repealing Obamacare’s Independent Payment Advisory Board, also known as the “death panels.”

·       USDA invested more than $1 billion in rural health care in 2017, improving access to health care for 2.5 million people in rural communities across 41 states

·       Proposed Title X rule to help ensure taxpayers do not fund the abortion industry in violation of the law.

·       Reinstated and expanded the Mexico City Policy to keep foreign aid from supporting the global abortion industry.

·       HHS formed a new division over protecting the rights of conscience and religious freedom.

·       Overturned Obama administration’s midnight regulation prohibiting states from defunding certain abortion facilities.

·       Signed executive order to help ensure that religious organizations are not forced to choose between violating their religious beliefs by complying with Obamacare’s contraceptive mandate or shutting their doors.

Combating Opioids

·       Chaired meeting the 73rd General Session of the United Nations discussing the worldwide drug problem with international leaders.

·       Initiative to Stop Opioid Abuse and Reduce Drug Supply and Demand, introducing new measures to keep dangerous drugs out of our communities.

·       $6 billion in new funding to fight the opioid epidemic.

·       DEA conducted a surge in April 2018 that arrested 28 medical professions and revoked 147 registrations for prescribing too many opioids.

·       Brought the “Prescribed to Death” memorial to President’s Park near the White House, helping raise awareness about the human toll of the opioid crisis.

·       Helped reduce high-dose opioid prescriptions by 16 percent in 2017.

·       Opioid Summit on the administration-wide efforts to combat the opioid crisis.

·       Launched a national public awareness campaign about the dangers of opioid addiction.

·       Created a Commission on Combating Drug Addiction and the Opioid Crisis which recommended a number of pathways to tackle the opioid crisis.

·       Led two National Prescription Drug Take Back Days in 2017 and 2018, collecting a record number of expired and unneeded prescription drugs each time.

·       $485 million targeted grants in FY 2017 to help areas hit hardest by the opioid crisis.

·       Signed INTERDICT Act, strengthening efforts to detect and intercept synthetic opioids before they reach our communities.

·       DOJ secured its first-ever indictments against Chinese fentanyl manufacturers.

·       Joint Criminal Opioid Darknet Enforcement (J-CODE) team, aimed at disrupting online illicit opioid sales.

·       Declared the opioid crisis a Nationwide Public Health Emergency in October 2017.

Law and Order

·       More U.S. Circuit Court judges confirmed in the first year in office than ever.

·       Confirmed more than two dozen U. S. Circuit Court judges.

·       Followed through on the promise to nominate judges to the Supreme Court who will adhere to the Constitution

·       Signed an executive order directing the Attorney General to develop a strategy to more effectively prosecute people who commit crimes against law enforcement officers.

·       Launched an evaluation of grant programs to make sure they prioritize the protection and safety of law enforcement officers.

·       Established a task force to reduce crime and restore public safety in communities across Signed an executive order to focus more federal resources on dismantling transnational criminal organizations such as drug cartels.

·       Signed an executive order to focus more federal resources on dismantling transnational criminal organizations such as drug cartels.

·       Violent crime decreased in 2017 according to FBI statistics.

·       $137 million in grants through the COPS Hiring Program to preserve jobs, increase community policing capacities, and support crime prevention efforts.

·       Enhanced and updated the Project Safe Neighborhoods to help reduce violent crime.

·       Signed legislation making it easier to target websites that enable sex trafficking and strengthened penalties for people who promote or facilitate prostitution.

·       Created an interagency task force working around the clock to prosecute traffickers, protect victims, and prevent human trafficking.

·       Conducted Operation Cross Country XI to combat human trafficking, rescuing 84 children and arresting 120 human traffickers.

·       Encouraged federal prosecutors to use the death penalty when possible in the fight against the trafficking of deadly drugs.

·       New rule effectively banning bump stock sales in the United States.

Border Security and Immigration

·       Secured $1.6 billion for border wall construction in the March 2018 omnibus bill.

·       Declared National emergency to continue building wall Feb 2019

·       Construction of a 14-mile section of border wall began near San Diego.

·       Worked to protect American communities from the threat posed by the vile MS-13 gang.

·       Fighting to stop the scourge of illegal drugs at our border.

·       Released an immigration framework that includes the resources required to secure our borders and close legal loopholes, and repeatedly called on Congress to fix our broken immigration laws.

·       Authorized the deployment of the National Guard to help secure the border.

·       Enhanced vetting of individuals entering the U.S. from countries that don’t meet security standards, helping to ensure individuals who pose a threat to our country are identified before they enter.

·       ICE removed over 226,000 illegal aliens from the United States in 2017.

·       In 2017, ICE Enforcement and Removal Operations (ERO) arrested more than 127,000 aliens with criminal convictions or charges, responsible for

·       Created the Victims of Immigration Crime Engagement (VOICE) Office in order to support the victims and families affected by illegal alien crime.

·       More than doubled the number of counties participating in the 287(g) program, which allows jails to detain criminal aliens until they are transferred to ICE custody.


·       Negotiating and renegotiating better trade deals, achieving free, fair, and reciprocal trade for the United States.

·       Enacted steel and aluminum tariffs to protect our vital steel and aluminum producers and strengthen our national security.

·       Conducted 82 anti-dumping and countervailing duty investigations in 2017 alone.

·       Confronting China’s unfair trade practices after years of Washington looking the other way.

·       Withdrew from the job-killing Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP).

·       Secured access to new markets for America’s farmers.

·       OK’d up to $12 billion in aid for farmers affected by unfair trade retaliation.


·       Presidential Memorandum to clear roadblocks to construction of the Keystone XL Pipeline.

·       Presidential Memorandum declaring that the Dakota Access Pipeline serves the national interest and initiating the process to complete construction.

·       Opened up the Alaska National Wildlife Refuge to energy exploration.

·       Coal exports up over 60 percent in 2017.

·       Rolled back the “stream protection rule” to prevent it from harming America’s coal industry.

·       Cancelled Obama’s anti-coal Clean Power Plan and proposed the Affordable Clean Energy Rule as a replacement.

·       Withdrew from the job-killing Paris climate agreement, which would have cost the U.S. nearly $3 trillion and led to 6.5 million fewer industrial sector jobs by 2040.

·       U.S. oil production has achieved its highest level in American history

·       United States is now the largest crude oil producer in the world.

·       U.S. has become a net natural gas exporter for the first time in six decades.

·       Action to expedite the identification and extraction of critical minerals that are vital to the nation’s security and economic prosperity.

·       Took action to reform National Ambient Air Quality Standards, benefitting American manufacturers.

·       Rescinded Obama’s hydraulic fracturing rule, which was expected to cost the industry $32 million per year.

·       Proposed an expansion of offshore drilling as part of an all-of-the above energy strategy

·       Got EU to increase its imports of liquefied natural gas (LNG) from the United States.

·       Issued permits for the New Burgos Pipeline that will cross the U.S.-Mexico border.

Foreign Policy

·       Moved the U.S. Embassy in Israel to Jerusalem.

·       Withdrew from Iran deal and immediately began the process of re-imposing sanctions that had been lifted or waived.

·       Historic summit with North Korean President Kim Jong-Un, bringing beginnings of peace and denuclearization to the Korean Peninsula.

·       Imposed strong sanctions on Venezuelan dictator Nicholas Maduro and his inner circle.

·       Executive order preventing those in the U.S. from carrying out certain transactions with the Venezuelan regime, including prohibiting the purchase of the regime’s debt.

·       Responded to the use of chemical weapons by the Syrian regime.

·       New Cuba policy that enhanced compliance with U.S. law and held the Cuban regime accountable for political oppression and human rights abuses.

·       Changed the rules of engagement, empowering commanders to take the fight to ISIS.

·       More than a dozen American hostages have been freed from captivity all of the world.

·       Action to combat Russia’s malign activities, including their efforts to undermine the sanctity of United States elections.

·       Helped win U.S. bid for the 2028 Summer Olympics in Los Angeles.

·       Helped win U.S.-Mexico-Canada’s united bid for 2026 World Cup.


·       Executive order keeping the detention facilities at U.S. Naval Station Guantanamo Bay open.

·       $700 billion in military funding for FY 2018 and $716 billion for FY 2019.

·       Largest military pay raise in nearly a decade.

·       Ordered a Nuclear Posture Review to ensure America’s nuclear forces are up to date and serve as a credible deterrent.

·       Released America’s first fully articulated cyber strategy in 15 years.

·       New strategy on national biodefense, which better prepares the nation to defend against biological threats.

·       Administration has announced that it will use whatever means necessary to protect American citizens and servicemen from unjust prosecution by the International Criminal Court.

·       Released an America first National Security Strategy.

·       Put in motion the launch of a Space Force as a new branch of the military and relaunched the National Space Council.

·       Encouraged North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO) allies to increase defense spending to their agree-upon levels.

·       Executive order to help military spouses find employment as their families deploy domestically and abroad.

Veterans affairs

·       Signed the VA Accountability Act and expanded VA telehealth services, walk-in-clinics, and same-day urgent primary and mental health care.

·       Delivered more appeals decisions – 81,000 – to veterans in a single year than ever before.

·       Strengthened protections for individuals who come forward and identify programs occurring within the VA.

·       Signed legislation that provided $86.5 billion in funding for the Department of Veterans Affairs (VA), the largest dollar amount in history for the VA.

·       VA MISSION Act, enacting sweeping reform to the VA system that:

·       Signed the VA Choice and Quality Employment Act in 2017, which authorized $2.1 billion in addition funds for the Veterans Choice Program.

·       Worked to shift veterans’ electronic medical records to the same system used by the Department of Defense, a decades old priority.

·       Issued an executive order requiring the Secretaries of Defense, Homeland Security, and Veterans Affairs to submit a joint plan to provide veterans access to access to mental health treatment as they transition to civilian life.

·       Increased transparency and accountability at the VA by launching an online “Access and Quality Tool,” providing veterans with access to wait time and quality of care data.

·       Signed legislation to modernize the claims and appeal process at the VA.

·       Harry W. Colmery Veterans Educational Assistance Act, providing enhanced educational benefits to veterans, service members, and their family members.

·       Created a White House VA Hotline to help veterans and principally staffed it with veterans and direct family members of veterans.

·       VA employees are being held accountable for poor performance, with more than 4,000 VA employees removed, demoted, and suspended so far.

·       Signed the Veterans Treatment Court Improvement Act, increasing the number of VA employees that can assist justice-involved veterans.

The Economy –


The US stock market is a barometer of economic activity and since President Trump was elected President it has skyrocketed.

The stock market on Wednesday, January 17th, 2018, said it all.  On that day the Dow broke 26,000 points for the first time in its history. As a result the Dow broke the record for the fastest 500, 1,000, 2,000, 3,000, 4,000, 5,000, 6,000 and 7,000 point increases between major milestones in the history of the Dow. All of these increases occurred since Donald Trump was elected President.

After President Trump was elected the DOW exploded. On November 8th, 2016, the DOW stood at 18,332. Since that date the DOW has soared and it never looked back.

Not only has the DOW skyrocketed since Donald Trump was elected President, the market’s rise is record breaking. Since the 2016 election, the DOW has closed at new record all-time highs 103 times! (President Obama never saw a new all-time high in the DOW his entire first term and only saw 105 all-time closing highs from his first election win until Trump’s.)

President Trump’s first year in office (2017) saw the most all-time stock market closing highs (71) as well as the largest increase in DOW history (4,956 points). Prior to 2017, no year in the DOW’s more than 100-year history ever saw the DOW increase by more than 3,500 points, let alone 4,900. The most all-time highs in a year prior to 2017 was 69 in 1995.

Since President Trump was elected President the DOW tied the record for the most consecutive all-time closing highs in a row. In January of 1987 President Reagan saw the DOW increase to new all-time highs a record 12 days in a row. In February of 2017, President Trump matched Reagan’s record.

The DOW today stands at nearly 40% up from where it was in November of 2016, the day of the election!

GDP and Debt

Rex Sinquefield at Forbes in October of 2016, shortly before the 2016 election, wrote the following –

The Obama recovery of the last seven years remains the worst in postwar American history. Average gross domestic product (GDP) growth since the bottom of the recession in 2009 was barely above 2.1% per year. The average since 1949 is well above 4% per year during the previous 10 expansions.

This result is not just bad, it is catastrophic. The average American should not be wondering if his or her income is a bit above or below 2007 levels. Just by historical averages, the average American should be 20% better off than in 2007. And this slow growth is settling in as a permanent new-abnormal.

I believe the root cause of abysmal growth is the huge tax increases imposed by Obama and the Democrats in Congress since 2008. The most harmful were the increase in the capital gains tax from 15 to 20 percent, the increase in top bracket income from 35 to 39.6 percent, and the new tax of 3.8 percent on investment income in the Affordable Care Act (ACA). The massive increase in regulatory burden through the ACA and Dodd-Frank bills are also crushing, but unfortunately are harder to measure.

President Trump however reached a GDP of 4.2% in the 2nd quarter of 2018 and 3.5% in the 3rd quarter.  With a GDP in the 4th quarter of around 3%, the GDP for the year will be greater than 3%.  Something the prior President Obama never did and said no longer could be done.

In regards to debt, President Obama increased the amount of US debt astronomically. By the time Obama left office he had doubled the US debt to $20 trillion and incurred as much debt as all previous Presidents combined. President Trump is slowing that trend.

President Trump has added about $1.7 to the national debt and spending must come down.  But because of the increase in GDP, the Debt to GDP ratio under President Trump is declining. President Obama increased the US debt to GDP ratio by 40% from around 60% in 2009 to over 100% in 2016.

With his increasing GDP and slowing of debt increases, President Trump has managed to decrease the debt to GDP ratio in the 2 years since the 2016 election. This is a very good result that is rarely mentioned by the MSM.

Jobs, Employment and Wages

President Trump is the ‘Jobs President’.  Yesterday, the Bureau of Labor Statistics reported that 250,000 new jobs were created in October.  In President Trump’s first two years since elected President, the US has gained over 4.3 million jobs.  (In President Obama’s first two years the US lost over (4.2) million jobs.)  More people are working in the US than ever before and unemployment is at 50 year lows landing at 3.7% last month.

The President’s tax plan passed in late December 2017 is greatly benefiting Americans and American companies. Employees will see increases in their income tax refunds next year due to the lower Federal taxes. Millions of Americans received bonuses due to the tax cuts and major companies announced plans to move capital and operations to the US due to these cuts.  On top of income tax refund increases, Americans also are benefiting from the highest wage increases in a decade.

Foreign Policy

President Trump vowed to destroy ISIS. Despite President Obama saying that ISIS will be around for a generation, these murderers and terrorists in the Middle East were decimated over the President’s first year in office. Both Syria and Iraq declared victory over ISIS and due to President Trump’s resolve, less than 1,000 ISIS fighters remain.

President Trump met with the Pope, leaders of 50 Muslim countries and Israeli and European leaders in his first trip abroad. He demanded that the Muslim leaders remove radicals from their countries.

The President refused sending Pakistan security assistance in the millions due to the Pakistani’s harboring terrorists. He stopped an Obama last minute $221 million transfer to Palestine and cut aid to Palestinians in half. He showed that the US is unwilling to work with Muslim entities that support radical Islam.

On President Trump’s successful trip to Asia he bundled an estimated $300 billion in deals for the US. He met with Asian leaders and was the first US President and foreign leader to dine in China’s Forbidden City since the founding of modern China.

The President’s meeting in Singapore with the North Korean leader Kim Jong-un shocked the world.  At the end of the summit they signed an agreement and North Korea is now dismantling their nuclear test sites and facilities.

US Policy

The President named and successfully put in place Supreme Court Justice, Neil Gorsuch in 2017.  In his second year he again nominated and put in place a second Supreme Court Justice, Brett Kavanaugh.  In spite of Democrats’ attempt to prevent Kavanaugh’s nomination by accusing him of being a gang rapist nearly 40 years prior, the President stood with Kavanaugh and he is now a Supreme Court Justice.

President Trump signed more than 90 executive actions in his first 100 days alone.  The White House.gov site lists81 pages of Executive Actions in the two years since the President was elected into office.  The actions include –

* Dismantling Obama’s climate change initiatives.* Travel bans for individuals from a select number of countries embroiled in terrorist atrocities.* Enforcing regulatory reform.* Protecting Law enforcement.* Mandating for every new regulation to eliminate two.* Defeating ISIS.* Rebuilding the military.* Building a border wall.* Cutting funding for sanctuary cities.* Approving Keystone and Dakota pipelines.* Reducing regulations on manufacturers.* Placing a hiring freeze on federal employees.* Exiting the US from the TPP.







10. He has secured the release of 19 people, including 16 Americans, from foreign captivity. When Pastor Andrew Brunson was freed by Turkey, he became the 19th captive released thanks to Trump. Others include: four held by North Korea; an aid worker and her husband held by Egypt; three UCLA basketball players and a Texas businesswoman held by China; a couple and their three children held by the Taliban; a former CIA officer held by Portugal; and two citizens held by Venezuela. That's more Americans freed in two years than President Barack Obama got released in eight. And unlike Obama, Trump did it without releasing terrorist leaders or sending planeloads of cash to rogue regimes, creating incentive for more hostage taking.

9. He delivered for the "forgotten Americans." The Trump boom is benefiting those left behind by the Obama economy. Manufacturing jobs grew at the fastest rate in 23 years and the unemployment rate for Americans without a high school diploma reached the lowest point ever recorded. The Wall Street Journal reports that wages rose 3.1 percent -- the biggest jump since 2009 -- and that "low-skilled workers are among the biggest beneficiaries."


8. He worked with Democrats and Republicans to pass important legislation. It didn't get a lot of attention, but Trump got a lot done on a bipartisan basis, including criminal justice reform, opioid and sex trafficking legislation, and a new "Right to Try" law giving dying Americans access to experimental medications.

7. He has ushered in a golden age for women in the CIA. Trump not only appointed Gina Haspel as the agency's first female director but also made Elizabeth Kimber the first women to lead the agency's clandestine service -- rewarding the CIA's "band of sisters" who have toiled to keep the country safe since 9/11.


6. His push to expand domestic energy production bore fruit. This year the United States passed both Saudi Arabia and Russia as the world's top oil producer.

5. In the six months after the Singapore summit with North Korea, he has made no concessions to Pyongyang. North Korean dictator Kim Jong Un expected to blow up some useless nuclear facilities in exchange for billions in hard currency. Trump has refused to play Kim's game. Not only has Trump not lifted sanctions, unfrozen North Korean assets, ended the Korean War or offered Pyongyang diplomatic recognition, but also he imposed new sanctions on members of Kim's inner circle.

4. He struck Syria again and eliminated the last vestiges of the Islamic State's physical caliphate. For a second time, he enforced Obama's red line against the use of chemical weapons. In December, U.S.-backed fighters captured Hajin, the last pocket of territory held by the Islamic State. The militant group is far from defeated, but Trump is right that we have knocked "the hell out of ISIS."

3. He's continued his tough line with Moscow. Trump announced America's withdrawal from the Intermediate-Range Nuclear Forces Treaty, shipped Javelin antitank missiles to Ukraine, canceled a meeting with Putin at the Group of 20 summit over Russia's seizure of Ukrainian navy ships, expelled dozens of Russian diplomats and imposed more sanctions against Moscow.

2. He pulled out of Obama's disastrous Iran deal and reimposed crippling sanctions on Tehran. The new sanctions have taken millions of barrels of Iranian oil off the market and led to the cancellation of major deals with European investors. And when Iranian protesters rose up to challenge the regime, Trump (unlike his predecessor) stood with them.

1. He stood by Brett Kavanaugh and even in the worst moments never wavered. Trump has confirmed a record 85 judges in his first two years as president. That total includes two Supreme Court justices, 30 appellate court judges and 53 district judges who will preside for decades. Trump's successful fight for Kavanaugh also helped him expand his Senate majority, as energized Republican voters threw out four Democratic incumbents who opposed Kavanaugh.

There were many more accomplishments not included in this list. Trump got Mexico, Canada and South Korea to sign new trade deals. He continued his regulatory rollback, replacing Obama's "Clean Power Plan" and his "Waters of the United States" rule and returning power to the states. He took on the International Criminal Court, which purports to have jurisdiction over U.S. soldiers and citizens. And his graceful handling of George H.W. Bush's funeral brought dignity to the office.




Theodore Roosevelt, former President of the United States, stated:

Political parties exist to secure responsible government and to execute the will of the people. From these great tasks both of the old parties have turned aside. Instead of instruments to promote the general welfare they have become the tools of corrupt interests, which use them impartially to serve their selfish purposes. Behind the ostensible government sits enthroned an invisible government owing no allegiance and acknowledging no responsibility to the people. To destroy this invisible government, to dissolve the unholy alliance between corrupt business and corrupt politics, is the first task of the statesmanship of the day.

U.S. President Woodrow Wilson revealed:

Since I entered politics, I have chiefly had men’s views confided to me privately. Some of the biggest men in the United States, in the field of commerce and manufacture, are afraid of somebody, are afraid of something. They know that there is a power somewhere so organized, so subtle, so watchful, so interlocked, so complete, so pervasive, that they had better not speak above their breath when they speak in condemnation of it.  (source)


When former President Eisenhower coined the term “Military Industrial Complex,” his main concern was the potential for the “disastrous rise of misplaced power.” After him, former President John F Kennedy (JFK) warned citizens that we are living in “a system which has conscripted vast human and material resources into the building of a tightly knit, highly efficient machine that combines military, diplomatic, intelligence, economic, scientific and political operations.” He went on to state that “its preparations are concealed, not published. Its mistakes are buried, not headlined. Its dissenters are silenced, not praised. No expenditure is questioned, no rumour is printed, no secret is revealed.”

False-flag terrorism is the idea that a government would stage a terrorist attack in a country (even their own) in order to justify war and the infiltration of a foreign country for their own purposes (whether that be for money, oil, etc.). It’s also used to heighten a state of fear and security within their own country, and in order to do so, they need a villain. For example, in the case of 9/11 it was Al-Qaeda and Osama bin Laden.

The New World Order is the supposed goal of a handful of global elitists who are pushing for a one world government and a heightened national security state. This group, often referred to as the cabal/the shadow government/the deep state/the elite, has been using foreign threats to heighten security, strip us of our rights, and invade other countries. The entire world is practically covered with U.S. military bases and big banks owned by the Rothschilds, with the exception of only a few countries.