**VENEZUELA HAS BEEN AT A TIPPING POINT AND TODAY THEY MOVED PAST THAT MARK
**PEOPLE ARE RUN OVER IN THE STREETS BY MILITARY VEHICLES AND HOSED DOWN
**PRESIDENT TRUMP HAS ALIGNED HIMSELF WITH THE OPPOSITION PARTY – JUAN GUIDO
**MORE PARTISAN POLITICS INTERFERE WITH FAIR INVESTIGATIONS OF THE PRESIDENT
**TRUMP BLOCKS SUBPOENAS INTO PRIVATE BUSINESS AND FAMILY AFFAIRS
4:05 PM ET – Mark Morgan, Former Chief of Border Patrol under the Obama Administration and retired Assistant Director of the FBI, joining him is Maria Salazar, Mariasalazar.com, a Cuban-American journalist and broadcast TV presenter, who has worked for CNN, Univision and Telemundo, discuss border crisis, the overcrowding in the detention centers and the welcome wagon that the democrats continue to roll out for those who want to come here illegally. Young children being left at the border alone, vulnerable to cartels and coyotes should be inspiration enough to the Democrats to enforce border security and remove the incentive.
Salazar can also speak to Venezuela.
Fox News’ Maria Bartiromo conducted a special episode of “Sunday Morning Features” at the United States-Mexico border in El Paso, Texas. During her interview, Bartiromo spoke with Border Patrol officers to talk about the crisis taking place on America’s southern border. While speaking with a few of the agents about the dried up Rio Grande River, multiple illegal aliens crossed the ravine and stepped right into the United States.
According to the Border Patrol agent, those crossing the border like this look for an agent and willingly turn themselves in. The reason? They’re giving a piece of paper and are sent northbound further into the United States.
4:30 PM ET – Congressman Chip Roy represents Texas’s 21st District and is a member of the Budget Committee and the Oversight and Reform Committee. He stops by to discuss the attacks on the President and his family, and the constant investigations into the President’s private life, by members of Congress like Nadler and Pelosi. Roy wrote the below about healthcare and the unrealistic nature in which Democrats want to cover everyone for free on the backs of the taxpayer.
The truth is Washington is all about power rather than solving the problem. It’s politically easier for Republicans to press for defense spending and Democrats to push for non-defense spending, while both hide behind a promise to support a Balanced Budget Amendment and a need to reform mandatory spending like Medicare and Social Security without ever intending to do either.
Years of out-of-control spending and poor decision making is catching up with us. Only a few months ago, our nation reached the dubious distinction of being $22 trillion dollars in debt. With every hour that passes, we pile up another $100 million of debt. To pay off that $22 trillion in one lump sum, every taxpayer would have to cough up more than $181,000.
Interest payments on the debt alone, even with historically low rates, accounted for $325 billion of annual spending in 2018 and are expected to account for over $900 billion by 2028. Within only five years, the federal government will spend more on interest on the debt than defense. (H/T The Hill)
5:05 PM ET – John and Jim McLaughlin, brother pollsters and founders of McLaughlin & Associates, a polling company used by world leaders to understand where they stand in their race for office. John and Jim join today to talk about the Biden effect or lack thereof. With the former Vice President’s entrance into the 2020 race for President, democrats are watching carefully. How does the creepy sniffer fair against the socialist and the woman who faked her ancestry?
Biden’s polling strength also extends to the first-in-the-nation primary state of New Hampshire.
A Suffolk University survey released Tuesday found the former Delaware senator in the lead in New Hampshire with 20 percent support, followed by Sanders and South Bend, Ind., Mayor Pete Buttigieg at 12 percent. Sen. Elizabeth Warren (D-Mass.) is in fourth place at 8 percent.
If Biden were to win New Hampshire it would be a massive blow to Sanders and Warren, who come from nearby states and are seen as having a home-field advantage in the Northeast.