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PostPosted: Thu Dec 17, 2015 7:26 am    Post subject:  Reply with quote

Why voters are in Open Rebellion
Dec 17, 2015  -  Alabama Senator Jeff Sessions, hero to the Republic
In the dead of night after 2 am, Congressional leadership unveiled a more than 2,000 page 'omnibus' year-end funding bill which would fully-fund refugee expansion, sanctuary cities, lock-in tax credits for illegals and quadruple the highly controversial H-2B foreign worker visa being used to replace Americans as truck drivers, construction workers, theme park employees, and in blue collar jobs across the nation.

Chairman of the Immigration Subcommittee Jeff Sessions issued a statement about the bill as it speeds to a vote before it can be read.

Voters see their party’s elites are uninterested in defending their interests but are fast-tracking 0bama’s international trade pact openly hostile to them.
Sessions reminded his colleagues that their duty is the American people, not special interests.
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PostPosted: Sun Feb 28, 2016 7:08 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Alabama Senator endorsed Trump
Feb 28, 2016
 -  Trump is not perfect, but nobody is!
Alabama Senator Jeff Sessions endorsed Donald Trump !!
Sen. Jeff Sessions endorsed Donald Trump at a campaign rally in Huntsville Sunday evening. Sessions promised a "Gang of Eight" type of immigration reform bill would not will be passed in a Donald Trump presidency.

Transpacific Partnership, TPP, Obamatrade, will damage America. It will create a commission that undermines our sovereignty, and it should not pass. Donald Trump when he gets elected president will see it does not pass.
This isnt a campaign, this is a movement. The American people are not happy with their government.

Sessions Changes History
Feb 29, 2016  -  Jeff Sessions
would be a perfect VP.
Sen. Jeff Sessions took the podium in Madison, Alabama on Sunday afternoon and changed the trajectory of the 2016 Republican nomination fight and perhaps also of U.S. history.
He is the first U.S. Senator to endorse Trump.
Sessions said politicians have promised for 30 years to fix illegal immigration. Have they done it? As the crowd shouted, No!, Sessions answered: “Donald Trump will do it.”
Donald Trump isnt a campaign, its a movement.

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PostPosted: Sat May 07, 2016 9:56 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

Alabama Roy Moore suspended for opposing SIN
May 7, 2016
-  Alabama chief justice Roy Moore suspended, faces removal for opposing SIN.
Alabama Chief Justice Roy Moore faces charges before the Alabama Court of the Judiciary and potential removal from office. Until that court hears and rules on those charges, Moore will be suspended with pay from his position atop the state's highest court.  He stands in opposition to SIN of same-sex 'marriage'.
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The Sodom and Gomorrah army continues to grow...exponentially...just like in Lot's last days.

This is also the 2nd time in 10 years he was forced to step down from this same position (10 years ago, he refused to take down a 10 commandments monument).

Federal judge bars Alabama from blocking gay marriage  6/8/16

Lesbian Lawmaker Says Churches, Schools Threat to Children, Not Transgenders in Restrooms
5/20/16 -  A lesbian lawmaker in Alabama suggested this week that the real safety threat for children is not men who identify as female using women’s restrooms, but faith leaders in churches and teachers in schools.

“Just read [the news] every morning and look at the child predators in our state. They are not transgender people. In fact, more and more are teachers, coaches and faith leaders,” wrote Patricia Todd, D-Birmingham, in an op-ed for Al.com on Wednesday. “So if you really want to protect your children from child predators, don’t take them to school, public parks, church or allow them to play sports or use the internet.”

Todd has served in the Alabama House of Representatives since 2006. Her latest re-election was in 2014, when she defeated two Democratic opponents. She was not challenged by a Republican candidate.

Todd currently serves as the state director of the Alabama chapter of the Human Rights Campaign, an organization co-founded by Terrance Bean, who was arrested in 2014 and spent a year dealing with sodomy charges stemming from an investigation that involved an alleged sexual encounter with a 15-year-old boy. The charges were dropped after prosecution stated that the teen was unwilling to testify.

“The majority of child sexual assault occurs in locations where children gather, school, church, parks, etc.,” Todd wrote in her op-ed in discussing her thoughts regarding concerns over allowing men who identify as women in women’s restrooms.
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PostPosted: Thu Jun 09, 2016 4:05 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Alabama Senator Jeff Sessions mentioned as among
President Donald Trump's picks for VP

President Donald Trump !

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PostPosted: Thu Aug 04, 2016 3:13 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Major General John Rossi
Aug 3, 2016
 -   Memo to ZionsCRY - I was tipped off about the recent death of Major General John Rossi, which the Obama Administration is attempting to shove under the rug with all of the distractions that they are deliberately creating to hide.  Obama and the Clintons are attempting to hide this

Maj. Gen. John Rossi, new head of missile defense command at Redstone, they refuse to say how he died.  ''I think that he was murdered, this is serious.''

Incoming commander dies
August 1, 2016 -  Maj. Gen. John Rossi
, the incoming commander of Army Space and Missile Defense Command, has died at age 55.  Rossi died in his on-post home at Redstone Arsenal, Alabama. The investigation into the cause of Rossi’s death is still underway.  No indication of foul play, said Army.  Rossi most recently served at Fort Sill, Oklahoma.

U.S. Army general dies in Huntsville

John Rossi
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The death is under investigation as we speak. He had been in Huntsville for 10 days and was happy and healthy last week giving tv interviews etc. He was found dead in his quarters (?) and his body was sent to Ft. Campbell for an autopsy. Nothing has been said by anyone, nothing. However it was called a "homicide" by the news and that is all I know.

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PostPosted: Mon Aug 22, 2016 6:33 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

Death of Major General John Rossi
Aug 9, 2016  UPDATE
 -  Major General John Rossi was found dead in his home on Redstone Arsenal.
The circumstances surrounding the death have not been released .
The military is conducting the autopsy at Fort Campbell in Kentucky.
His family will remain on Redstone Arsenal for the time being, assisted by a military casualty assistance officer.

Mrs. Rossi is from El Paso Texas, and the family is tentatively planning a memorial service at Fort Bliss, Texas.  Outgoing Lieutenant General David Mann who was set to retire but will now remain in his position indefinitely.

Alabama Mass Killing, 6 dead
Aug 21, 2016
-  Six people were found dead inside a house in Citronelle.  Derrick Dearman was arrested in Mississippi and charged with capital murder.  Authorities rescued a baby from the scene.  Sherriff said firearms and at least one other type of weapon was used in the assault.
they were hiding his wife or girlfriend and he killed them.

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Gas price rising  
Sep 18, 2016
-  A pipeline section failed that runs from Mississippi to Atlanta.
Fuel supplies in 5 states affected – Alabama, Georgia, Tennessee and the Carolinas.
Gasoline leak from a pipeline near Helena, Alabama found Sept. 9.  Colonial Pipeline is beginning construction of a temporary pipeline that will bypass a leaking section in Shelby County, Alabama.

Sep 29, 2016
 -  War on Christians.  ISIS Muslim terrorists have targeted over 200 churches from Alabama to Tennessee.

The Crucifixion of Judge Roy Moore (Alabama homosexual agenda)
-  Chief Justice Moore further remarked, “I have been targeted for my belief in marriage, a belief shared by the majority of Americans. No one can point to any illegal, unlawful or unethical aspect of my four-page Administrative Order. That order was a status report on the case. A justice should not be removed from office because of a political agenda.”


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'Exceptional' drought killing crops across Alabama

Six months into a deepening drought, the weather is killing crops, threatening cattle and sinking lakes to their lowest levels in years across much of the South.

The very worst conditions — what forecasters call "exceptional drought" — are in the mountains of northeast Alabama and northwest Georgia, a region known for its thick green forests, waterfalls and red clay soil.

"Here at my farm, April 15 was when the rain cut off," said David Bailey, who had to sell half his cattle, more than 100 animals, for lack of hay in Alabama's scorched northeast corner.

"We've come through some dry years in the '80s, but I never seen it this dry, this long," Bailey added. "There's a bunch of people in a lot of bad shape here."

The drought has spread from these mountains onto the Piedmont plateau, down to the plains and across 13 southern states, from Oklahoma and Texas to Florida and Virginia, putting about 33 million people in drought conditions, according to Thursday's U.S. Drought Monitor.

Wildfires raged Thursday near Birmingham, Alabama. Statewide, the blazes have charred more than 12,000 acres in the past 30 days.

"There are places getting ready to set records for most numbers of days in a row without rain. It's a once-in-100-year kind of thing for this time of year," said John Christy, Alabama's state climatologist.

The South has historically enjoyed abundant water, which has been fortunate, because much of its soil is poor at holding onto it. But the region's booming growth has strained this resource. A legal battle between Georgia and Florida over water from rivers and their watersheds goes before a federal court official Monday, and the U.S. Supreme Court is expected to review his recommendations.

The dry weather is only making things worse.

"We're 10 days away from a drought at any given time," Christy explained. "Unlike the Midwest and other places in the country, we are closer to a drought than almost any place else."

Parts of northern Georgia and Alabama have now seen their driest 60 days on record, Thursday's national drought report showed.

If the drought persists, authorities said it could lead to the kinds of water use restrictions that are common out West, but haven't been seen in parts of the South in nearly a decade.

During a major drought in Georgia in 2007, police in Atlanta's suburb of Alpharetta were given the power to criminally cite anyone watering their lawns. In Alabama that year, people were fined for watering on the wrong day and many homes became infested by thirsty ants and cockroaches.

At the height of the 2007 drought, then-Georgia Gov. Sonny Perdue prayed for rain with hundreds of residents at the state Capitol. The Georgia Department of Agriculture is reviving the practice: It has announced plans for a Monday "Pray for Rain" gathering with the state agriculture commissioner and Republican U.S. Rep. Doug Collins in the northeast Georgia town of Lavonia.


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