Today President Trump said he is “seriously” considering issuing an executive order to end birthright citizenship for the children of illegal immigrants when speaking to reporters outside the White House.

Trump said it is “frankly ridiculous” that the United States affords citizenship to babies born to illegal immigrants. “We’re looking at that very seriously, birthright citizenship, where you have a baby on our land, you walk over the border, have a baby – congratulations, the baby is now a U.S. citizen” Trump exclaimed.

Last year Trump told Axios “we’re the only country in the world where a person comes in and has a baby, and the baby is essentially a citizen of the United States…with all of those benefits…it’s ridiculous. And it has to end.”

The issue of birthright citizenship has been a controversial issue for decades. Hundreds of thousands of women, particularly from countries in the Middle East and Mexico, take advantage of the birthright citizenship policy. These women come into the United States and obtain the minimal amount of legally required care under United States doctors so their children can be born here and have dual citizenship. In most cases, the families return to their country of origin immediately following birth.

Many investigations have been done showing women living in Mexico are receiving welfare checks from the United States because they had their “anchor babies” across the border and use a fake address in the U.S. to have their checks sent to. Friends or family members then get the money back to the single mothers who have returned to Mexico. Forbes released an article in 2016 citing the horrendous cost the policy has on our citizens.

A witness has come forward to corroborate the sexual assault allegation against CNN anchor Don Lemon by victim Dustin Hice. In an interview with Fox News, the witness, George Gounelas, described what allegedly occurred that night at Murf’s Backstreet Tavern, which is the Hamptons location where the assault supposedly took place.

“Dustin worked for me as a bartender [and] we went out after work one night. We were standing there and he said, ‘Hey, that’s Don Lemon,’” Gounelas said.

According to Fox News, “Hice approached Lemon to strike up a conversation but the newsman declined, according to Gounelas, who said he and Hice then offered to buy Lemon a drink, which the CNN host also declined. Gounelas said that a few moments later, Lemon came up to them.”

Gounelas continued, “Don Lemon has now come around the corner and is standing face to face with us. There is a beam, a pole, in the place. Don’s standing up against the pole, face to face with Dustin, I turn around and I’m standing right there between the two of them, He’s saying, ‘So you like me? Is that why you’re bothering me?’”

Hice responded, “Nah, man, I just wanted to say, ‘What’s up?’” according to Gounelas.
Gounelas told Fox News he couldn’t recall exactly what Lemon said, but it was “along the lines of, ‘Do you like me? Is that why you’re bothering me, because you wanna f— me?’”

“He put his hands down his pants, inside his board shorts, grabbed his [genitals], and then came out with two fingers and, like, clipped Dustin’s nose up and down with two fingers asking ‘do you like p—- or d—?’” Gounelas said.

“Dustin was in this shock mode saying, ‘Bro, did that just happen? That was disgusting,’” Gounelas said

In the era of the #MeToo movement, evidence-less trial by public opinion has become a regular occurrence. The Brett Kavanaugh confirmation hearings were excruciatingly difficult despite the fact that investigations into the allegations found “no evidence to substantiate any of these claims.” Given that, why is the public not jumping on this when there actually is a witness? Why isn’t CNN, who relentlessly slandered Kavanaugh while preaching to believe accusers, doing the same to Don Lemon and firing him?

Nevertheless, this doesn’t surprise me at all. The first time I met Don Lemon, he was in the makeup room bragging about being drunk on set. As they always say, stupid is and stupid does.

President Donald Trump has said that American Jewish people who vote for Democrats show “either a total lack of knowledge or great disloyalty,” which has prompted a quick uproar from those who say that this statement is embracing anti-Semitic stereotypes.

“Where has the Democratic Party gone? Where have they gone where they are defending these two people over the state of Israel?” Trump told reporters, “I think any Jewish people that vote for a Democrat, I think it shows either a total lack of knowledge or great disloyalty.”

While the statement could be interpreted to be supporting anti-Semitic stereotypes, this is clearly not the case and not the point Trump was trying to make. The Democrats have elected people like Rashida Tlaib and Ilhan Omar, who recently wanted to travel to Israel so they could meet with groups that support terrorism in Israel and neo-Nazis, and who support the destruction of Israel. Radicals like these have recently brought popularity to cutting off aid to Israel and supporting Palestine in their attempts to destroy Israel in the Democratic party.

President Trump is probably the least anti-Semitic President in history. Israel has even named a settlement after President Trump called “Ramat Trump,” which is Hebrew for “Trump Heights.” The Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu has called President Trump a “great friend” of Israel.

I agree with President Trump, as I can never understand why the Jewish people in America would support a political party that uses the same language and propaganda as Hitler and the same subversive tactics against the United States as Stalin used against his own country of Russia.

An assault weapons ban that has been pushed by Democrats just got its first Republican supporter, Long Island Rep. Pete King.

“They are weapons of mass slaughter,” King said after his support became public on Monday, clearly unaware that rifles of any kind account for less than 3-percent of gun homicides.

“I don’t see any need for them in everyday society,” he continued, highlighting his obliviousness of the foundation of our country.

“I think the assault weapons ban is timely now,” he claimed, demonstrably ignorant of the previous assault weapons ban from 1994-2004 that was shown in many studies to have no measurable impact on gun violence.

I’m extremely disappointed with Representative Pete King who decided to give our Second Amendment over to the leftist in this country. I have seen first-hand how his district has become increasingly worse with gangs and drugs, yet now he decides to take away his constituents’ ability to protect themselves? This decision will haunt his legacy and make all his congressional decisions and relationships questionable.

The NYPD police officer involved in the 2014 death of Eric Garner has been fired, confirmed Commissioner James O’Neill Monday afternoon.

“Daniel Pantaleo, the New York City police officer accused in the 2014 death of Eric Garner that sparked nationwide outrage, has been fired, Commissioner James O’Neill announced Monday afternoon — spurring a furious response from the department’s police union, which blasted the decision as caving to ‘anti-police extremists,’” reports Fox News.

“None of us can take back our decisions,” O’Neill told reporters, “especially when they lead to the death of another human being.”

“I agree, he can no longer effectively serve as a New York City police officer,” O’Neill said.

Pantaleo was suspended earlier this month after a judge recommended his removal from the NYPD.

“He has chosen to cringe in fear of the anti-police extremists, rather than standing up for New Yorkers who want a functioning police department, with cops who are empowered to protect them and their families,” New York City Police Benevolent Association President Patrick J. Lynch said in a statement. “With this decision, Commissioner O’Neill has opened the door for politicians to dictate the outcome of every single NYPD disciplinary proceeding, without any regard for the facts of the case or police officers’ due process rights.”

Read the full report at Fox News.