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‘New Americans’ activist group set for rallies tomorrow at mosques, airports, etc.

Posted by Ann Corcoran on February 2, 2017

Hot off the presses!



Learn more about their plans here.  Mark your calendar for February 22nd, Congress matters!

They are changing America by changing the people!  So, you old ‘deplorables’ gotta go!

16 Responses to “‘New Americans’ activist group set for rallies tomorrow at mosques, airports, etc.”

  1. Rohingya news:

    On Thu, Feb 2, 2017 at 9:02 AM Refugee Resettlement Watch wrote:

    > Ann Corcoran posted: “Hot off the presses! Learn more about their plans > here. Mark your calendar for February 22nd, Congress matters! They are > changing America by changing the people! So, you old ‘deplorables’ gotta > go!” >


  2. If you were given 20 pieces of candy that looked alike and tasted the same but were told 2 were poison, would you eat them??????


    • Ann Corcoran said

      Nope, would not eat one! And I am glad you didn’t mention a specific brand name of candy like Donald Trump Jr. did or we both might get sued!


  3. budfundi said

    What a wonderful opportunity for ICE, CBP, FBI, State and local PD’s to start dropping the hammer on illegals committing crimes (criminal trespassing/disorderly conduct/rioting) and refugees that behave similarly. A perfect opportunity to start clearing the air and getting the message that this administration WILL NOT tolerate criminality of ANY KIND.


  4. Where do these imbeciles get the idea that President Trump’s actions are unconstitutional? there is not one article that says foreigners have a right to come here, but it does say that the government has an obligation to protect us and look out for our interests, not the interests of foreigners who want to come here and help themselves to our resources. Same thing with his actions being “dangerous”. Do they really think keeping out potential terrorists is somehow more dangerous than letting them in? and as far as being unconscionable, well, most of us aren’t losing sleep at night worrying about foreigners who should have never been let in here in the first place. In fact, the ones who seem to be getting all upset are the very illegals, “refugees”, and foreigners we want to get rid of.


    • icthelite said

      Every time something happens one side or the other doesn’t like, the first thing out of their mouths is it’s “UNCONSTITUTIONAL”
      There is a whole gaggle of folks up on Capitol Hill, in our towns and cities, that have no idea what the Constitution of The United States is about or what it states.
      The Constitution of the United States of America was authored by our forefathers for the citizens of the United States of America.
      It does not give its rights to every person on the globe. It does not give alien visitors and law breakers to/in our country the same rights it gives to its citizens.
      I have yet to find one country I’ve visited where I have the same rights as their legal citizens have.
      Three things I learned as a young man traveling was that I was welcomed to most places if I, 1. Obeyed their laws, 2. Respected their customs, and 3. Probably the most important one was to “leave their women alone”.


  5. misterpaul5a said

    So, the Muslims and sympathisers are on the move. The agenda we forecast so many years ago is now being implemented. The sad thing is that although the tactics are so transparent and obvious, Americans have become so gullible that they are manipulated by the hour by these cunning despicable ‘cuckoos in the nest’. However, I believe they have been emboldened by the traitor Obama who has encouraged the import of this Fifth Column dedicated to the overthrow of America, but they have exposed their hand too soon and America is at last waking to the truth. Trump has watched it happening for years, informed by his knowledge of their tactics which, as a clever manipulator himself, he realised the dangers they posed. I have always believed in ‘horses for courses’ and to ‘set a thief to catch a thief’ and Trump has all the attributes to be able to suss out any no-good crooked characters – it is second nature to him after so many years. And the good news is – he has started on that particular swamp.


  6. wordpresspeg said

    Hello Ann does the current Trump administration know about this?


    Sent from my iPhone



  7. Turnbull loves multi culturalism


  8. Interesting. More leftwing funded lunacy. The Center for Public Integrity has a function allowing you to find out who funds these groups. Recently NPNA got funding from the AFL-CIO. Go figure that out! The AFL-CIO supports bringing in immigrants to replace their American union workers! But then again, since 1995, the AFL-CIO has been led by communists. They took over after a rule change that year letting them hold officer positions. They have NO INTEREST in the American worker. Another funder is NEO Philanthropy, described in depth in the Red Green Axis. A really bad one is the Center for Community Change led by Deepak Bhargava, who worked for ACORN for ten years.


  9. So much misinformation out there. Unfortunately the truth takes a back seat to ideology. Where were all these voices in the Obama administration when Christians and other religious minorities were being targeted by ISIS and they were refused consideration to immigrate? Some who came here by other means deported??


  10. Tara’s C/V tells THE STORY…ESPECIALLY the two bottom ones

    Deputy Director
    National Partnership for New Americans
    July 2014 – Present (2 years 8 months)Greater Chicago Area

    Harvard Undergraduate Council
    December 2012 – December 2013 (1 year 1 month)Greater Boston Area

    Management Associate Intern, Fulltime Offeree
    Bridgewater Associates
    June 2013 – August 2013 (3 months)Westport, CT

    Intern, Deputy Mayor for Economic Development, Office of the Mayor
    City of New York
    May 2012 – August 2012 (4 months)Greater New York City Area


    Ray Dalio Sours on Trump After Immigrant Ban, Joining Soros

    by Saijel Kishan and Sabrina Willmer

    January 31, 2017, 2:08 PM EST January 31, 2017, 5:05 PM EST

    Bridgewater founder was initially bullish on new U.S. leader
    Sees significant risk that populist policies may hurt economy

    Billionaire Ray Dalio’s honeymoon with President Donald Trump is looking to be short lived.

    Dalio, who in November was bullish on the incoming president’s ability to stimulate the economy, is now saying he’s more concerned that the damaging effects of Trump’s populist policies may overwhelm the benefits of his pro-business agenda.

    Ray DalioPhotographer: Simon Dawson/Bloomberg
    “We are now in a period of time when how this balance tilts will be more important to the economy, markets, and our well-beings than normally dominant drivers such as central bank policies,” Dalio and co-Chief Investment Officer Bob Prince said in Bridgewater Associates’ “Daily Observations” note to clients on Tuesday.

    Dalio, who runs the world’s largest hedge fund, is souring on the new president after he banned visitors from seven mostly Muslim countries, igniting protests nationwide, and proposed a border tax on Mexican goods. Earlier this month, Dalio said it remained to be seen whether Trump is aggressive and thoughtful, or aggressive and reckless. Dalio and Prince said so far they haven’t seen much thoughtfulness in Trump’s policy moves.

    Money managers at hedge fund Carlson Capital take an even more negative view of Trump’s nationalist agenda. His policies may have dire consequences for the U.S. and global economy and his attempts to tax imports and subsidize exports could touch off a depression, according to their quarterly letter to clients.

    “If the border adjustment mechanism is implemented as proposed we think it will cause a global depression and a major equity market decline,” Richard Maraviglia and Matt Barkoff said in the letter. “It is still unclear whether it will happen but at the very least we expect that U.S. trade policy will put downward pressure on global growth.”

    Read more: A QuickTake explainer on Trump’s ’Border Tax’

    Billionaire George Soros, who had backed Democrat Hillary Clinton in last year’s election, said in January that the stock market rally since Trump’s win, spurred by his promises to slash regulations and boost spending, will come to a halt. He called Trump a “con man” and a would-be dictator.

    Some managers are more sanguine. Kyle Bass, founder of Hayman Capital Management, said Trump’s policies won’t be a “globalist nightmare” and that border tax adjustments will help finance a lower corporate tax rate that Trump has proposed. That, together with the possible repatriation of capital offshore, will be “extremely stimulative.” Bass said Trump’s policies would lead to real capital investment, competitiveness and an improvement in productivity.

    Bridgewater’s Dalio and Prince said the current investment environment is marked by “exceptional uncertainty” and recommended avoiding concentrated bets, and holding easy-to-sell assets.

    “While there is a lot of potential to improve fiscal policies and make beneficial structural reforms (to enhance the business friendly environment, reduce regulatory inefficiencies, etc.), there is also significant risk that his populist policies could hurt the world economy (and worse),” they said in the note obtained by Bloomberg.

    Trump’s “America First” policy, his executive order on immigration and bent toward U.S. trade protectionism are reminiscent of the policies of populist governments in the 1930s, the Bridgewater note said.

    “Nationalism, protectionism and militarism increase global tensions and the risks of conflict. For these reasons, while we remain open-minded, we are increasingly concerned about the emerging policies of the Trump administration,” they said.

    Bridgewater Associates, based in Westport, Connecticut, oversees $160 billion in assets. It returned 2.4 percent in its Pure Alpha II fund last year, overcoming losses in the first half.


  11. pcockroft said

    How much is Soros paying now?


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