U.S. Plan to Launch Chemical Attack & Blame Assad’s Regime

U.S. ‘backed plan to launch chemical weapon attack on Syria and blame it on Assad’s regime’

  • Leaked emails from defense contractor refers to chemical weapons saying ‘the idea is approved by Washington’
  • Obama issued warning to Syrian president Bashar al-Assad last month that use of chemical warfare was ‘totally unacceptable’

By Louise Boyle


Leaked emails have allegedly proved that the White House gave the green light to a chemical weapons attack in Syria that could be blamed on Assad’s regime and in turn, spur international military action in the devastated country.

A report released on Monday contains an email exchange between two senior officials at British-based contractor Britam Defence where a scheme ‘approved by Washington’ is outlined explaining that Qatar would fund rebel forces in Syria to use chemical weapons.

Barack Obama made it clear to Syrian president Bashar al-Assad last month that the U.S. would not tolerate Syria using chemical weapons against its own people.

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War games: An explosion in the Syrian city of Homs last month. It has been now been suggested that the U.S. backed the use of chemical weapons to spur international military intervention

War games: An explosion in the Syrian city of Homs last month. It has been now been suggested that the U.S. backed the use of chemical weapons to spur international military intervention

According to Infowars.com, the December 25 email was sent from Britam’s Business Development Director David Goulding to company founder Philip Doughty.

It reads: ‘Phil… We’ve got a new offer. It’s about Syria again. Qataris propose an attractive deal and swear that the idea is approved by Washington.

‘We’ll have to deliver a CW to Homs, a Soviet origin g-shell from Libya similar to those that Assad should have.

‘They want us to deploy our Ukrainian personnel that should speak Russian and make a video record.

‘Frankly, I don’t think it’s a good idea but the sums proposed are enormous. Your opinion?

‘Kind regards, David.’

Britam Defence had not yet returned a request for comment to MailOnline.

Enlarge   Leaked: The email was allegedly sent from a top official at a British defense contractor regarding a 'Washington approved' chemical attack in Syria which could be blamed on Assad's regime

Leaked: The email was allegedly sent from a top official at a British defense contractor regarding a ‘Washington approved’ chemical attack in Syria which could be blamed on Assad’s regime

The emails were released by a Malaysian hacker who also obtained senior executives resumés and copies of passports via an unprotected company server, according to Cyber War News.

Dave Goulding’s Linkedin profile lists him as Business Development Director at Britam Defence Ltd in Security and Investigations. A business networking profile for Phil Doughty lists him as Chief Operationg Officer for Britam, United Arab Emirates, Security and Investigations.

The U.S. State Department had not returned a request for comment on the alleged emails to MailOnline today at time of publication.

However the use of chemical warfare was raised at a press briefing in D.C. on January 28.

A spokesman said that the U.S. joined the international community in ‘setting common redlines about the consequences of using chemical weapons’.

Countless losses: Families attempt to identify the bodies of Syrian fighters shot and dumped in a river in the northern Syrian city of Aleppo today

Countless losses: Families attempt to identify the bodies of Syrian fighters shot and dumped in a river in the northern Syrian city of Aleppo today

Devastation: People gather at a site hit by what activists said was missiles fired by a Syrian Air Force fighter jet from forces loyal to Assad, at the souk of Azaz, north of Aleppo on January 13

Devastation: People gather at a site hit by what activists said was missiles fired by a Syrian Air Force fighter jet from forces loyal to Assad, at the souk of Azaz, north of Aleppo on January 13

A leaked U.S. government cable revealed that the Syrian army more than likely had used chemical weapons during an attack in the city of Homs in December.

The document, revealed in The Cable, revealed the findings of an investigation by Scott Frederic Kilner, the U.S. consul general in Istanbul, into accusations that the Syrian army used chemical weapons in the December 23 attack.

An Obama administration official who had access to the document was reported as saying: ‘We can’t definitely say 100 per cent, but Syrian contacts made a compelling case that Agent 15 was used in Homs on Dec. 23.’

Mr Kilner’s investigation included interviews with civilians, doctors, and rebels present during the attack, as well as the former general and head of the Syrian WMD program, Mustafa al-Sheikh.

Dr. Nashwan Abu Abdo, a neurologist in Homs, is certain chemical weapons were used. He told The Cable: ‘It was a chemical weapon, we are sure of that, because tear gas can’t cause the death of people.’

Threats: Barack Obama said during a speech last month that if Syria used chemical weapons against its own people it would be 'totally unacceptable'

Threats: Barack Obama said during a speech last month that if Syria used chemical weapons against its own people it would be ‘totally unacceptable’

Tyrant: Syrian dictator Bashar al-Assad, pictured with his wife Asma, is facing increasing international pressure over his brutal massacre of his own people

Tyrant: Syrian dictator Bashar al-Assad, pictured with his wife Asma, is facing increasing international pressure over his brutal massacre of his own people

Eye witness accounts from the investigation revealed that a tank launched chemical weapons and caused people exposed to them to suffer nausea, vomiting, abdominal pain, delirium, seizures, and respiratory distress.

The symptoms suggest that the weaponized compound Agent-15 was responsible. Syria denied using chemical weapons and said it would never use them against citizens.

Speaking to Pentagon reporters at the time, Defense Secretary Leon Panetta said his biggest concern was how the U.S. and allies would secure the chemical and biological weapons sites scattered across Syria and ensure the components don’t end up in the wrong hands if the regime falls, particularly under violent conditions.

Government forces and rebels in Syria have both been accused by human rights groups of carrying out brutal warfare in the 22-month-old conflict, which has claimed more than 60,000 lives.


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Trump Dives Into the Deep End of The D.C. Swamp

John Quincy Adams once famously warned against going “abroad in search of monsters to destroy,” cautioning that, were America ever to adopt such a policy, she would lose control of her own destiny.

“Let us disappoint the men who are raising themselves upon the ruin of this Country.” — John Adams

The few remaining “concerned citizens” of the United States (as opposed to the disinterested, dysfunctional “residents” who make up the bulk of the formerly proud Republic.) are becoming increasingly nervous with the policies and actions of the Trump Administration. Promises have been broken, the “Swamp” is being re-filled and hopes of an American renaissance are being dashed at the speed of light. The Presidency of Donald Trump is looking more and more like a continuation of the Obama regime, which itself was a suntanned clone of the duplicitous G.W. Bush – Saudi Arabian puppet administration.

Consider these recent actions by the Trump administration:

One day after meeting with Egyptian President Abdel Fattah Al Sisi, who spent considerable time warning Trump of the Muslim Brotherhood influence in American society, the American President announced his refusal to place the Brotherhood on the designated terrorist list.

Secretary of Defence Jim Mattis’ and Trump’s National Security Adviser Lt. Gen. H. R. McMaster have both expressed their respect for Saudi Wahhabism and in the case of Mattis, the Muslim Brotherhood’s Western Stooges. Both of Trump’s appointees seem to be cult from the same cheap cloth as Obama’s CIA Director John O. Brennan, a long time Saudi-phile and acolyte of the Wahhabi regime in Riyadh.

Confirmation that Comey’s FBI was involved and present during the attempted murders of Robert Spencer and Pamela Geller.….have  been met with an unholy silence from the Administration.

Yesterday’s chemical poisoning of dozens of Syrians at an Al Qaeda (or Al Nusra, or Al Sham, or whatever..) terrorist encampment in Idlib province resulted in a particularly egregious response from the Trump Whitehouse.  As if infected by the contagion of the devious Obama-Clinton narrative, and acting solely on press releases of Al Qaeda’s rodeo clown troupe, the [wholly discredited] “White Helmets”, President Donald Trump proclaimed “the attack in Syria crossed “beyond a red line” and changed his mind about Bashar Assad, whom Trump had only  a few days previously suggested could stay in power.

Certainly Mattis and McMaster’s influence on the new President is leading both Trump and what is left of the Republic down a road reserved for despots and purveyors of tyranny.

President Donald Trump has chosen to surround himself with the same sort of bloodthirsty Arabists who have infected the State Department for seventy years. He is swimming with the same crocodiles that swore allegiance to Barrack Obama and trusts them not to drag him down to the deep end of the D.C. swamp.

“Twelve voices were shouting in anger, and they were all alike. No question, now, what had happened to the faces of the pigs. The creatures outside looked from pig to man, and from man to pig, and from pig to man again; but already it was impossible to say which was which.” (Animal Farm-George Orwell)

Syria: Rebels Used Mustard Gas (NY-TIMES)

Turkish Parliament Members: Turkey Provided Chemical Weapons for Syrian Terrorist Attack

New Report of ISIS Using Poison Gas in Syria

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Who are these men?

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Who are these men & what are they doing in Syria?

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Originally posted on Fabrication in BBC Panorama 'Saving Syria’s Children':
A reader of this blog has spotted a second figure carrying a walkie-talkie in footage from the alleged 26 August 2013 incendiary attack reported by the BBC. The white-clad…

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North Korea Has the Ability to Destroy the U.S.A: Where’s Donald?

We’ve been through all this before, many times within the last 20 or so years, unfortunately with a population almost comatose from opioids, anti-depressants and anti-psychotic medications…….the ability to recall events of even a few weeks prior has all but vanished from the Post-American population.

I have re-posted an article from 2014 at the end of this particular post. Please have a look, and try to remember the facts laid out in the article.  The Flying Camel

How North Korea could kill 90 percent of Americans

The mainstream media, and some officials who should know better, continue to allege North Korea does not yet have capability to deliver on its repeated threats to strike the U.S. with nuclear weapons. False reassurance is given to the American people that North Korea has not “demonstrated” that it can miniaturize a nuclear warhead small enough for missile delivery, or build a reentry vehicle for an intercontinental ballistic missile (ICBM) capable of penetrating the atmosphere to blast a U.S. city.

Yet any nation that has built nuclear weapons and long-range missiles, as North Korea has done, can easily overcome the relatively much simpler technological challenge of warhead miniaturization and reentry vehicle design.

Indeed, North Korean dictator Kim Jong-Un has been photographed posing with what appears to be a genuine miniaturized nuclear warhead for ballistic missiles. And North Korea does, in fact, have two classes of ICBMs—the road mobile KN-08 and KN-14—which both appear to be equipped with sophisticated reentry vehicles.

Even if it were true that North Korea does not yet have nuclear missiles, their “Dear Leader” could deliver an atomic bomb hidden on a freighter sailing under a false flag into a U.S. port, or hire their terrorist allies to fly a nuclear 9/11 suicide mission across the unprotected border with Mexico. In this scenario, populous port cities like New York, New Orleans, Los Angeles, and San Francisco, or big cities nearest the Mexican border, like San Diego, Phoenix, Austin, and Santa Fe, would be most at risk.

A Hiroshima-type A-Bomb having a yield of 10-kilotons detonated in a major city would cause about 200,000 casualties from blast, thermal, and radiation effects. North Korea has tested a nuclear weapon having an estimated yield of 20-30 kilotons. The Defense Department assesses that on January 6, 2016, North Korea may have tested components of an H-Bomb. H-Bombs are much more powerful than A-Bombs and can produce much greater casualties—millions of casualties in a big city like New York.

The notion that North Korea is testing A-Bombs and H-Bomb components, but does not yet have the sophistication to miniaturize warheads and make reentry vehicles for missile delivery is absurd.

Eight years ago, in 2008, the CIA’s top East Asia analyst publicly stated North Korea successfully miniaturized nuclear warheads for delivery on its Nodong medium-range missile. The Nodong is able to strike South Korea and Japan or, if launched off a freighter, even the United States.

In 2011, the Director of the Defense Intelligence Agency (DIA), Lt. General Ronald Burgess, testified before the Senate Armed Services Committee that North Korea has weaponized its nuclear devices into warheads for arming ballistic missiles.

On April 7, 2015, at a Pentagon press conference, Admiral William Gortney, then Commander of North American Aerospace Defense (NORAD), responsible for protecting the U.S. from long-range missiles, warned that the intelligence community assesses North Korea’s KN-08 mobile ICBM could strike the U.S. with a nuclear warhead.

And on October 7, 2015, Gortney again warned the Atlantic Council: “I agree with the intelligence community that we assess that they [North Koreans] have the ability, they have the weapons, and they have the ability to miniaturize those weapons, and they have the ability to put them on a rocket that can range the [U.S.] homeland.”

In February and March of 2015, former senior national security officials of the Reagan and Clinton administrations warned that North Korea should be regarded as capable of delivering by satellite a small nuclear warhead, specially designed to make a high-altitude electromagnetic pulse (EMP) attack against the United States. According to the Congressional EMP Commission, a single warhead delivered by North Korean satellite could blackout the national electric grid and other life-sustaining critical infrastructures for over a year—killing 9 of 10 Americans by starvation and societal collapse.

Two North Korean satellites, the KMS-3 and KMS-4, presently orbit over the U.S. on trajectories consistent with surprise EMP attack.

Why do the press and public officials ignore or under-report these facts? Perhaps no administration wants to acknowledge that North Korea is an existential threat on their watch.

Whatever the motives for obfuscating the North Korean nuclear threat, the need to protect the American people is immediate and urgent:

The U.S. must be prepared to preempt North Korea by any means necessary—including nuclear weapons.

Launch a crash program to harden against EMP attack the U.S. electric grid to preserve American civilization and hundreds of millions of lives. This could be part of President Trump’s infrastructure modernization project.

Beef up national missile defenses. Revive President Reagan’s Strategic Defense Initiative (SDI), the unfairly derided “Star Wars.” Space-based missile defenses could still render nuclear missiles obsolete and offer a permanent, peaceful, solution to problems like North Korea.

Ambassador R. James Woolsey was the Director of Central Intelligence from 1993-95. Dr. Peter Vincent Pry is chief of staff of the Congressional EMP Commission, served in the House Armed Services Committee and the CIA.

The Imminent EMP Threat to America

Obama Ignores Congress, Lifts Ban on Libyans Training in U.S. as Pilots, Nuke Scientists

North american reactorFeeling Safe? Well don’t!

  Many otherwise “concerned” citizens do not realise that North American universities and research centres, even the famous “Los Alamos Laboratory” in New Mexico, are staffed by Iranians, Saudis, Pakistanis  Egyptians, and other individuals from terror-supporting nations.

  Sounds crazy doesn’t it? Has the West learned nothing from A.Q. Khan’s “Islamic Bomb”?  (Rumour has it that Saudi Arabia purchased a stockpile of nukes from the Pakistani Government and a delivery system from China. Frustrated by the decades long U.S.refusal to confront Iran on their weapon’s programme, the Saudis have apparently decided to go it alone.)

  Intelligence agencies have confirmed Iranian tests of freighter-based ballistic missile launch systems that could put the entire U.S. in range of a devastating EMP attack. There is no reliable defence against such an attack. The only safeguard would be a massive, preemptive attack against Iran’s military forces and merchant fleet.

Russian "Club K" Container Missile System

“Iran has demonstrated the capability to launch a missile off a freighter. Iran has also purchased Russia’s Club-K missile system. The Club-K is a complete missile launch system, disguised to look like a shipping container, that could convert any freighter into a missile launch platform. The Club-K, if armed with a nuclear warhead, could be used to execute an EMP attack.” Paul Bedard  Washington Examiner

Former CIA Director Woolsey warns of dangerous EMP threats to America

Former Director of Central Intelligence, R. James Woolsey, led a panel discussion on Monday on the growing and imminent threat of a natural or nuclear electromagnetic pulse (EMP) by U.S. enemies to the U.S. electrical grid and other critical infrastructures that are largely unprotected.
The event was sponsored by the newly established EMP Coalition, in coordination of the Center for Security Policy, of which Mr. Woolsey is the Honorary Co-Chair along with former House Speaker Newt Gingrich.
Other participants were Ambassador Henry Cooper and Dr. Peter Vincent Pry.
Ambassador Cooper had led the strategic arms control negotiations with the USSR under President Reagan and served as the Director of the Strategic Defense Initiative Organization under President George H.W. Bush. Presently, he is the Chairman of High Frontier, an organization dedicated to protecting the United States from nuclear attack.
Dr. Pry served on the Congressional EMP Threat Commission, as a professional staff member on the House Armed Services Committee and as an analyst in the CIA. He is now the Executive Director of the Task Force on National and Homeland Security, a congressional advisory board dedicated to national resiliency in the face of EMP and other threats.
In the little over an hour program, Mr. Woolsey warned that the sun can inflict localized EMP disasters, like the 1989 Hydro-Quebec geomagnetic storm that blacked out eastern Canada, causing billions of dollars in economic losses. He noted that a recent study by insurance industry leader Lloyds of London estimated that if the 1989 Geo-storm struck the east coast of the United States, 20 to 40 million Americans might be blacked out for as long as two years.
A rare geomagnetic super-storm, like the 1859 Carrington Event, would collapse electric grids and life-sustaining critical infrastructures everywhere on Earth, putting at risk the lives of billions.
“Scientists estimate that the world is overdue for another Carrington Event, and the Sun has already entered its solar maximum that shall last through 2013, when a catastrophic Geo-storm is more likely to occur,” Woolsey reported.
Mr. Woolsey also warned that an EMP catastrophe may also be imminent from terrorists and/or rogue states armed with nuclear weapons.
“North Korea already has nuclear missiles, Iran nearly so, and these two are actively collaborating. A single nuclear weapon detonated at high-altitude over this country would collapse the electric grid and other critical infrastructures and endanger the lives of millions,” said Woosley.
Woolsey also emphasized that the hundreds of electric utilities in the United States have thus far not acted to protect themselves from EMP, and cannot be expected to do so voluntarily as national defense and homeland security is a U.S. government responsibility. Woolsey urged that government regulation, by passage of the Secure High-voltage Infrastructure for Electricity from Lethal Damage (SHIELD) Act now before Congress, is necessary to protect the national electric grid.
Ambassador Cooper in the video warned that North Korea may already have the capability to make a catastrophic EMP attack on the United States. On December 2012, Cooper said, North Korea used its so-called Space Launch Vehicle like a Fractional Orbital Bombardment System – a secret weapon invented by the Russians during the Cold War to deliver a stealthy nuclear attack on the United States by orbiting a nuclear weapon over the south polar region, bypassing U.S. Ballistic Missile Early Warning radars (BMEWs) and missile defenses.
Furthermore, Dr. Pry warned that that a disturbing confluence of events suggests an EMP attack might be imminent. Pry stated that thousands of cyber attacks using computer viruses and hacking are probing the defenses of U.S. critical infrastructures, searching for weaknesses.
Pry noted that recently, in April, a sabotage attempt was made against electric grid transformers near San Jose, CA, that damaged five transformers with fire from AK-47 assault rifles.
The act of sabotage attack on the electrical grid was largely not covered by the mainstream media. The vandals also severed fiber optic cables which knocked out some 911 services.
All of the panelists endorsed the SHIELD Act and urged that the Department of Homeland Security develop a new National Planning Scenario focused on EMP, and encouraged other states to follow the example of Maine, not wait for Washington, but pass state initiatives to protect their electric grids from EMP now.

Obama Invites Iranian Nuclear EMP Attack On U.S

Report: Iran Prepared for Nuclear EMP Attack on US

Iran endorses nuclear EMP attack on United States

US Admits N. Korea, Maybe Iran, Can Now Target it with EMP-Nukes

Iran Wants to Turn Off Your Lights

We have seen some very, very devastating efforts on behalf of Iran

We have seen some very, very devastating efforts on behalf of Iran

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Anarchy USA as Rioters & Politicos Reject National & Cultural Sovereignty


In 2010 on Denver’s Peter Boyles Show (KNUS) GOP-PAC Chair Michael Steele admitted that there are “30 million plus” criminal aliens in the United States. That number is certainly lower than any sane person would come up with.

Pundits claim 40% of “11 million” illegals are visa overstays from the Middle East and Africa. [ http://www.newsmax.com/Newsfront/illegal-immigration-overstayed-visas/2013/04/08/id/498341/ ] however, if we search for earlier reports, it becomes clear that 20-40% of ALL Middle-Eastern & African visa holders, those who flood the airports every day, never leave.

“A 2003 report by the U.S. Government Accountability Office (GAO) found “there is no accurate list of overstays” because not all departure forms are collected and not all can be matched to arrival forms.4 In 2001, according to the GAO, 20% of I-94 arrival records had no matching departure record. Mexicans and Canadians entering the country with Border Crossing Cards are not required to complete an I-94 unless they are requesting an extended stay. In effect, the government has a pretty good idea of how many people come into the country if they fill out one of the forms, but it does not have a full count of how many leave.” [ http://tinyurl.com/nj2xyx3 ]

The twenty year old canard of “12 million illegals” is absolute rubbish. Are we to believe that Bush secured the borders? There have been no visa overstays since the year 2000? The illegals already here have not pro-created?

I have worked for multimillion dollar companies that were 99% staffed by illegals….and none of them intended to leave, indeed, they were all waiting for the Amnesty that Bush or Obama had promised.
500K foreigners overstayed visas in 2015 alone! http://tinyurl.com/hzetazb

U.S. Doesn’t Know How Many Foreign Visitors Overstay Visas  http://tinyurl.com/zfkawea

Border Patrol Looking To House Immigrants In Abandoned Warehouses Along Rio Grande

Study: All Employment Growth Since 2000 Went to Immigrants

McCain, Graham Open To Emergency Refugee Program For Immigrant Children

“Family reunification has long been a cornerstone of both American law and INS practice,”notes Doris Meissner, formerCommissioner of the Immigration and Naturalization Service.

Immigration reform legislation promises expedited reunification for millions of families awaiting visas, but critics caution that the overhaul could also produce uncontrolled ‘chain migration.’

Pelosi on the Border: We Have to Use This ‘Crisis’ as an ‘Opportunity- ‘WE ARE ALL AMERICANS’…

Grover Norquist on Open Borders and Historically Racist Immigration Policy

“Historically, opposition to immigration in the United States has been racially and religiously motivated in the ugliest, nastiest way possible,” says Grover Norquist, President and Founder of Americans for Tax Reform. http://tinyurl.com/kq79nsv

Unaccompanied minors flood into New York City’s immigration court

Mozlims Praying


By Frosty Wooldridge
3, 2017

Last Sunday, January 29, 2017, “60 Minutes” featured Bill Whittaker reporting on a Syrian Muslim family landing in America to start a new life. The family, part of a 12,000-member family of refugees imported into America in 2016, enjoys unending welfare afforded by American taxpayers.

We’re talking millions upon millions of dollars spent to fly them over here, feeding them, housing them, educating them, giving them transportation, giving them medical care, paying for their utilities and more—with no end in sight as to welfare paid for by your tax dollars.

While their “puff” piece attempted to show our compassion, it failed to report on the enormous cost to American taxpayers in the decades to come: their birth rates, their chain-migrated relatives and their living on American welfare to the tune of billions.

All of that without report that American citizens taking a back seat to immigrants’ needs.

In fact, “60 Minutes” didn’t report on the horrific costs of saving those refugee families when our American families suffer much greater. Take these realities into consideration:

A whopping 48 million Americans subsist on food stamps and other welfare because they cannot obtain jobs. Every refugee that arrives displaces an American from a job. Every refugee that arrives costs Americans hard money out of their pockets with no return, whatsoever.

A mind numbing 60,000 to 100,000 military veterans lack jobs, lack homes and lack medical care in the United States. What about the needs of our country, our vets and our citizens?

One out of four African-Americans lacks a job at a living wage. Along with that, three out of four African-American children arrive out of wedlock and live with single mothers on welfare and entrenched in poverty. Why not “save” our citizens rather than refugees?

How about the fact that our country stands eyeball deep in $20 trillion of debt? How do you get your arms around the fact that Congress tries to save the refugees when it can’t save itself? We pay over $40 million monthly in interest of the national debt because Congress can’t and won’t act responsibly.

Do you realize that 13,000,000 (million) American children live below the poverty level with no hope of escaping the inner city projects? Is it too unreasonable to apply those moneys for refugees to our own children?

Today, Chicago stands as a killing zone for African-Americans with murders every day of the year and into the hundreds annually. Maybe we should take care of our citizens with jobs, housing, education and hope.

Why must we save the rest of the world while our own citizens suffer as much or greater than refugees?

While our cities face horrific infrastructure breakdown and our nation faces sociological breakdown and cultural displacement from endless immigration, at what point do we apply the brakes?

Now or 100,000,000 (million) more refugee immigrants by 2050? Reality check: the United Nations discovered that 100,000,000 (million) people of the world would love to immigrate to America tomorrow if they enjoyed a visa and plane ticket. Can we save the world?

Not a chance! Why are we taking in all those immigrants when we can’t take care of our own citizens’ needs? Why? Give me one reason that could stand the test of common sense for accepting and paying millions and billions for refugees. Our taxpayer dollars already pay out $113,000,000,000.00 (billion) annually for immigrants. (Source: http://www.SocialContract.com) When does that stop when you see our $20 trillion debt price tag?

At some point soon, we must stop all immigration. We can’t afford it and we’re deeply in debt, and it’s fracturing and fragmenting our country into ethnic group chaos, cultural suicide and environmental degradation. We can’t keep doing this to ourselves.

Write 60 Minutes and invite them to do a segment on American citizens being destroyed by refugees being imported into Americans: start with 9/11, Boston Marathon, Orlando, White Cloud, Garland, Ohio State, San Bernardino, Ft. Lauderdale, Dearborn, Miami, honor killings and more yet to come.

Email them: 60M@cbsnews.com

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List of Prominent Republicans For a Hillary Clinton Presidency

List of prominent Republicans working against the U.S. Constitution, the 2nd Amendment Right to Bear Arms, opposing Trump & bank-rolling a Clinton victory!


The following is a reprint (excluding the footnotes) of the Wikipedia article List of Republicans opposing Donald Trump presidential campaign, 2016.   It’s a veritable who’s-who of the neocon establishment.  

Rinos For Hillary

Former Presidents

George H. W. Bush, President of the United States (1989–93); Vice President of the United States (1981–89) (sources say he will vote for Hillary Clinton)[1][2]

Former 2016 Republican presidential primary candidates

All candidates signed a pledge to eventually support the party nominee. The following have refused to honor it.

  • Jeb Bush, Governor of Florida (1999–2007)[3]
  • Carly Fiorina, CEO of Hewlett-Packard (1999–2005); 2010 nominee for U.S. Senator from California (withdrew endorsement, called on Trump to withdraw his candidacy)[4][5]
  • Lindsey Graham, United States Senator from South Carolina (2003–present)[6]
  • John Kasich, Governor of Ohio (2011–present); U.S. Representative from Ohio (1983–2001)[7] (wrote in John McCain) [8]
  • George Pataki, Governor of New York (1995–2006)[9]
Former federal cabinet-level officials
  • William Bennett, Director of the Office of National Drug Control Policy (1989–90); United States Secretary of Education (1985–99) (withdrew endorsement)[10]
  • Bill Brock, United States Secretary of Labor (1985-87); United States Trade Representative (1981-85); U.S. Senator from Tennessee (1971-77); Chairman of the Republican National Committee (1977-81)[11]
  • Michael Chertoff, United States Secretary of Homeland Security (2005–09); Judge of the United States Court of Appeals for the Third Circuit (2003–05) (endorsed Hillary Clinton)[12][13]
  • Bill Cohen, United States Secretary of Defense (1997–2001); United States Senator from Maine (1979–97) (endorsed Hillary Clinton)[14][15]
  • Robert Gates, United States Secretary of Defense (2006–11); Director of Central Intelligence (1991–93)[16]
  • Carlos Gutierrez, United States Secretary of Commerce (2005–09) (endorsed Hillary Clinton)[17]
  • Carla Anderson Hills, United States Secretary of Housing and Urban Development (1975–77), United States Trade Representative (1989–93) (endorsed Hillary Clinton)[12][17]
  • Ray LaHood, United States Secretary of Transportation (2009–13), U.S. Representative from Illinois (1995–2009)[18]
  • Greg Mankiw, Chair of the Council of Economic Advisers (2003–05)[19]
  • Mel Martinez, United States Secretary of Housing and Urban Development (2001–03); United States Senator from Florida (2005–09); General Chair of the Republican National Committee (2007)[20][21]
  • Michael Mukasey, United States Attorney General (2007–09)[22]
  • John Negroponte, United States Ambassador to the United Nations (2001–04); Director of National Intelligence (2005–07); United States Deputy Secretary of State (2007–09) (endorsed Hillary Clinton)[12][17]
  • Henry Paulson, United States Secretary of the Treasury (2006–09) (endorsed Hillary Clinton)[23]
  • Rob Portman, Director of the Office of Management and Budget (2006–07); United States Trade Representative (2005–06); United States Senator from Ohio (2011–present) (withdrew endorsement, writing-in Mike Pence)[24]
  • Colin Powell, United States Secretary of State (2001–05), National Security Advisor (1987–89) (voting for Hillary Clinton)[25]
  • William K. Reilly, Administrator of the Environmental Protection Agency (1989–92) (endorsed Hillary Clinton)[17]
  • Condoleezza Rice, United States Secretary of State (2005–09), National Security Advisor (2001–09) (called on Trump to withdraw candidacy)[26]
  • Tom Ridge, United States Secretary of Homeland Security (2003–05); Homeland Security Advisor (2001–03); Governor of Pennsylvania (1995–2001)[12][27][28]
  • William Ruckelshaus, Administrator of the Environmental Protection Agency (1970–73, 1983–85) (endorsed Hillary Clinton)[17]
  • George P. Shultz, United States Secretary of Labor (1969–70); Director of the Office of Management and Budget (1970–72); United States Secretary of the Treasury (1972–74); United States Secretary of State (1982–89)[19]
  • Louis Wade Sullivan, United States Secretary of Health and Human Services (1989–93) (endorsed Hillary Clinton)[29]
  • Christine Todd Whitman, Administrator of the Environmental Protection Agency (2001–03); Governor of New Jersey (1994–2001) (endorsed Hillary Clinton)[30]
  • Robert Zoellick, United States Deputy Secretary of State (2005–06); U.S. Trade Representative (2001–05); President of the World Bank Group (2007–12)[12]


  • Ohio Governor John Kasich
  • Charlie Baker, Massachusetts (2015–present)[31]
  • Robert J. Bentley, Alabama (2011–present) (withdrew endorsement)[32]
  • Dennis Daugaard, South Dakota (2011–present) (withdrew endorsement, called on Trump to withdraw his candidacy)[33]
  • Bill Haslam, Tennessee (2011–present)[34]
  • Gary Herbert, Utah (2009–present) (withdrew endorsement)[35]
  • Larry Hogan, Maryland (2015–present)[36][37]
  • Susana Martinez, New Mexico (2011–present); Chair of the Republican Governors Association (2015–present)[38]
  • Brian Sandoval, Nevada (2011–present) (withdrew endorsement)[39]
  • Rick Snyder, Michigan (2011–present)[40]


  • Former Massachusetts Governor and 2012 nominee for President Mitt Romney
  • Arne Carlson, Minnesota (1991–99) (endorsed Hillary Clinton)[17]
  • A. Linwood Holton Jr., Virginia (1970–74); Assistant Secretary of State for Legislative Affairs (1974–75) (endorsed Hillary Clinton)[41]
  • Jon Huntsman Jr., Utah (2005–09); United States Ambassador to China (2009–11); United States Ambassador to Singapore (1992–93) (withdrew endorsement)[42]
  • William Milliken, Michigan (1969–83) (endorsed Hillary Clinton)[43]
  • Kay A. Orr, Nebraska (1987–91)[44]
  • Tim Pawlenty, Minnesota (2003–11) (withdrew endorsement)[45]
  • Marc Racicot, Montana (1993–01); Chair of the Republican National Committee (2001–03)[46]
  • Mitt Romney, Massachusetts (2003–07), 2012 nominee for President[47]
  • Arnold Schwarzenegger, California (2003–11)[48]
  • William Weld, Massachusetts (1991–97) (2016 Libertarian nominee for Vice President)[49]
U.S. Senators


  • Kelly Ayotte, New Hampshire (2011–present) (withdrew intended vote, writing-in Mike Pence)[50]
  • Shelley Moore Capito, West Virginia (2015–present) (withdrew endorsement)[51]
  • Susan Collins, Maine (1997–present)[52]
  • Jeff Flake, Arizona (2013–present) (called on Trump to withdraw his candidacy)[53][54]
  • Cory Gardner, Colorado (2015–present) (withdrew endorsement, called on Trump to withdraw his candidacy, writing-in Mike Pence)[55]
  • Dean Heller, Nevada (2011–present)[56]
  • Mark Kirk, Illinois (2010–present) (withdrew endorsement, writing-in Colin Powell)[37]
  • Mike Lee, Utah (2011–present)[57]
  • John McCain, Arizona (1987–present); 2008 nominee for President (withdrew endorsement)[58]
  • Lisa Murkowski, Alaska (2002–present) (called on Trump to withdraw his candidacy)[59]
  • Rob Portman, Ohio (2010-present) [60]
  • Ben Sasse, Nebraska (2015–present)[20][61]
  • Dan Sullivan, Alaska (2015–present) (withdrew endorsement, called on Trump to withdraw candidacy, writing-in Mike Pence)[62]
  • John Thune, South Dakota (2005–present) (withdrew endorsement, called on Trump to withdraw candidacy)[63]


  • Norm Coleman, Minnesota (2003–09)[28][64]
  • David Durenberger, Minnesota (1978–95) (endorsed Hillary Clinton)[17]
  • Slade Gorton, Washington (1981–87, 1989–2001) (endorsed Evan McMullin)[65]
  • Gordon J. Humphrey, New Hampshire (1979–90) (endorsed Hillary Clinton)[66][67]
  • John Warner, Virginia (1979–2009); United States Secretary of the Navy (1972–74) (endorsed Hillary Clinton)[68]
U.S. Representatives


  • Justin Amash, Michigan (2011–present)[28]
  • Mike Coffman, Colorado (2009–present)[69]
  • Barbara Comstock, Virginia (2015–present)[70]
  • Carlos Curbelo, Florida (2015–present)[20][71]
  • Rodney Davis, Illinois (2013–present) (withdrew endorsement)[72]
  • Charlie Dent, Pennsylvania (2005–present)[73]
  • Bob Dold, Illinois (2011–13, 2015–present)[28][74]
  • Jeff Fortenberry, Nebraska (2005–present) (withdrew endorsement)[72]
  • Scott Garrett, New Jersey (2003–present) (withdrew endorsement)[72]
  • Kay Granger, Texas (1997–present) (called on Trump to withdraw his candidacy)[75]
  • Richard L. Hanna, New York (2011–present) (endorsed Hillary Clinton)[28][76]
  • Cresent Hardy, Nevada (2015–present) (withdrew endorsement)[77]
  • Joe Heck, Nevada (2011–present); 2016 nominee for U.S. Senate (withdrew endorsement)[77]
  • Jaime Herrera Beutler, Washington (2011–present) (writing-in Paul Ryan)[78]
  • Will Hurd, Texas (2015–present)[79]
  • David Jolly, Florida (2014–present)[80]
  • John Katko, New York (2015–present)[81]
  • Adam Kinzinger, Illinois (2011–present)[82]
  • Steve Knight, California (2015–present)[83]
  • Frank LoBiondo, New Jersey (1995–present) (withdrew endorsement, writing-in Mike Pence)[84]
  • Mia Love, Utah (2015–present)[85]
  • Pat Meehan, Pennsylvania (2011–present) (called on Trump to withdraw his candidacy)[84]
  • Erik Paulsen, Minnesota (2009–present) (withdrew endorsement)[86]
  • Reid Ribble, Wisconsin (2011–present)[28]
  • Scott Rigell, Virginia (2011–present) (endorsed Gary Johnson)[20]
  • Martha Roby, Alabama (2011–present) (called on Trump to withdraw his candidacy)[87][88]
  • Tom Rooney, Florida (2009–present) (withdrew endorsement)[72]
  • Ileana Ros-Lehtinen, Florida (1989–present)[28]
  • Mike Simpson, Idaho (1999–present) (withdrew endorsement)[10]
  • Fred Upton, Michigan (1987–present)[89]
  • David Valadao, California (2013–present)[90]
  • Ann Wagner, Missouri (2013–present) (withdrew endorsement)[91]
  • Host of Morning Joe on MSNBC and former U.S. Representative from Florida Joe Scarborough


  • Steve Bartlett, Texas (1983–91)[92]
  • Bob Bauman, Maryland (1973–81)[92]
  • Sherwood Boehlert, New York (1993–2007) (endorsed Hillary Clinton)[93]
  • Jack Buechner, Missouri (1987–91)[92]
  • Tom Campbell, California (1989–93, 1995–2001) (endorsed Gary Johnson)[94]
  • Bill Clinger, Pennsylvania (1979–97)[92]
  • Tom Coleman, Missouri (1976–93)[92]
  • Geoff Davis, Kentucky (2005–12)[92]
  • Mickey Edwards, Oklahoma (1977–93)[92]
  • Harris Fawell, Illinois (1985–99)[92]
  • Ed Foreman, Texas (1963–65, 1969–71)[92]
  • Amo Houghton, New York (1987–2005)[92]
  • Bob Inglis, South Carolina (1993–99, 2005–11)[28]
  • Jim Kolbe, Arizona (1985–2007) (endorsed Gary Johnson)[95]
  • Steve Kuykendall, California (1999–2001)[92]
  • Jim Leach, Iowa (1977–2007)[92]
  • Pete McCloskey, California (1967–83)[92]
  • Connie Morella, Maryland (1987–2003) (endorsed Hillary Clinton)[17]
  • Mike Parker, Mississippi (1989–99); Assistant Secretary of the Army for Civil Works (2001–02)[92]
  • Ron Paul, Texas (1976–77, 1979–85, 1997–2013)[96]
  • Tom Petri, Wisconsin (1979–2015)[92]
  • John Porter, Illinois (1980–2001)[92]
  • Joe Scarborough, Florida (1995–2001); commentator and author[97]
  • Claudine Schneider, Rhode Island (1981–91) (endorsed Hillary Clinton)[93]
  • Chris Shays, Connecticut (1987–2009) (endorsed Hillary Clinton)[17]
  • Peter Smith, Vermont (1989–11)[92]
  • Mark Souder, Indiana (1995–2010)[98]
  • J.C. Watts, Oklahoma (1995–2003)[20]
  • Edward Weber, Ohio (1981–83)[92]
  • Vin Weber, Minnesota (1983–93)[99]
  • G. William Whitehurst, Virginia (1969–87)[92]
  • Dick Zimmer, New Jersey (1991–97) (endorsed Gary Johnson)[100]
Former State Department officials
  • Richard Armitage, Deputy Secretary of State; Assistant Secretary of Defense for International Security Affairs (endorsed Hillary Clinton)[101]
  • John B. Bellinger III, Legal Adviser of the Department of State; Legal Adviser to the National Security Council[12]
  • Robert Blackwill, United States Ambassador to India; Deputy National Security Advisor for Strategic Planning (endorsed Hillary Clinton)[12][17]
  • R. Nicholas Burns, Under Secretary of State for Political Affairs; United States Ambassador to NATO; United States Ambassador to Greece (endorsed Hillary Clinton)[102]
  • Eliot A. Cohen, Counselor of the United States Department of State[12][20]
  • Chester Crocker, Assistant Secretary of State for African Affairs[22]
  • Jendayi Frazer, Assistant Secretary of State for African Affairs[12]
  • James K. Glassman, Under Secretary of State for Public Diplomacy and Public Affairs (endorsed Hillary Clinton)[22]
  • David F. Gordon, Director of Policy Planning[12]
  • Donald Gregg, United States Ambassador to South Korea[19]
  • David A. Gross, U.S. Coordinator for International Communications and Information Policy (endorsed Hillary Clinton)[17]
  • John Hillen, Assistant Secretary of State for Political-Military Affairs[12]
  • Reuben Jeffery III, Under Secretary of State for Economic Growth, Energy, and the Environment[12]
  • Robert Joseph, Under Secretary of State for Arms Control and International Security Affairs[22]
  • David J. Kramer, Assistant Secretary of State for Democracy, Human Rights, and Labor[12]
  • Stephen D. Krasner, Director of Policy Planning[22]
  • Frank Lavin, United States Ambassador to Singapore; Under Secretary of Commerce for International Trade (endorsed Hillary Clinton)[17]
  • Robert McCallum, United States Ambassador to Australia; Acting United States Deputy Attorney General[12]
  • Richard Miles, United States Ambassador to Azerbaijan, Bulgaria, and Georgia; Acting United States Ambassador to Kyrgyzstan[22]
  • Roger Noriega, Assistant Secretary of State for Western Hemisphere Affairs[22]
  • John Osborn, Member of the U.S. Advisory Commission on Public Diplomacy[22]
  • Kristen Silverberg, Assistant Secretary of State for International Organization Affairs[12]
  • William Howard Taft IV, Legal Adviser of the Department of State; United States Ambassador to NATO; United States Deputy Secretary of Defense[12]
  • Shirin R. Tahir-Kheli, Senior Advisor for Women’s Empowerment; Special Assistant to the President for Democracy, Human Rights and International Operations (endorsed Hillary Clinton)[12][17]
  • Betty Tamposi, Assistant Secretary of State for Consular Affairs (endorsed Hillary Clinton)[103]
  • Peter Teeley, United States Ambassador to Canada (endorsed Hillary Clinton)[17]
  • Robert Tuttle, United States Ambassador to the United Kingdom (endorsed Hillary Clinton)[104]
  • Philip Zelikow, Counselor of the United States Department of State[12]
Former Defense Department officials
  • Don Bacon, Brigadier General, United States Air Force; 2016 nominee for Nebraska’s 2nd district (called on Trump to withdraw his candidacy)[105]
  • Seth Cropsey, Assistant Secretary of Defense for Special Operations/Low Intensity Conflict & Interdependent Capabilities[22]
  • Michael B. Donley, United States Secretary of the Air Force (endorsed Hillary Clinton)[17]
  • Eric Edelman, Under Secretary of Defense for Policy[12]
  • Doug Feith, Under Secretary of Defense for Policy[106]
  • Robert Hastings, Acting Assistant to the Secretary of Defense for Public Affairs[22]
  • Tim Kane, United States Air Force intelligence officer; Chief Labor Economist, Joint Economic Committee[22]
  • Mary Beth Long, Assistant Secretary of Defense for International Security Affairs[12]
  • Alberto J. Mora, General Counsel of the Navy (endorsed Hillary Clinton)[17]
  • Gale Pollock, Acting Surgeon General of the United States Army (endorsed Hillary Clinton)[17]
  • Martha Rainville, Major General, United States Air Force; Vermont Adjutant General[22]
  • Michael Rubin, Defense Country Director for Iran and Iraq[22]
  • Kalev Sepp, Deputy Assistant Secretary of Defense for Special Operations Capabilities[22]
  • Matthew Waxman, Deputy Assistant Secretary of Defense for Detainee Affairs (endorsed Hillary Clinton)[10][12]
  • Paul Wolfowitz, United States Deputy Secretary of Defense; President of the World Bank Group (voting for Clinton)[107]
  • Dov Zakheim, Comptroller of the Department of Defense[12]
Former National Security officials
  • Ken Adelman, Director of the Arms Control and Disarmament Agency (endorsed Hillary Clinton)[10][22]
  • Mike Baker, covert operations officer, Central Intelligence Agency[22]
  • Tom Donnelly, Director of the Policy Group, House Armed Services Committee[22]
  • Gary Edson, Deputy National Security Advisor[12]
  • Richard Falkenrath, Deputy Homeland Security Advisor[12]
  • Peter Feaver, Senior Director for Strategic Planning[12]
  • Aaron Friedberg, Deputy National Security Advisor to the Vice President[12]
  • Greg Garcia, Assistant Secretary of Homeland Security for Cyber Security and Telecommunications[22]
  • Michael Green, Senior Director for Asia, National Security Council[12]
  • Paul Haenle, Director for China and Taiwan, National Security Council[12]
  • Michael Hayden, Director of the Central Intelligence Agency (2006–09)[12]
  • William Inboden, Senior Director for Strategic Planning, National Security Council[12]
  • James Jeffrey, Deputy National Security Advisor[12]
  • James C. Langdon, Jr., Chair of the President’s Intelligence Advisory Board[12]
  • Deborah Loewer, Director of the White House Situation Room (endorsed Hillary Clinton)[108]
  • Evan McMullin, Operations officer, Central Intelligence Agency; Senior Adviser for National Security, House Foreign Affairs Committee (Independent candidate for President)[109][110]
  • Paul D. Miller, Director for Afghanistan, National Security Council[22]
  • Meghan O’Sullivan, Deputy National Security Advisor for Iraq and Afghanistan[12]
  • Kori Schake, Director of Defense Strategy, National Security Council[12]
  • Gary Schmitt, Executive Director of the President’s Intelligence Advisory Board[22]
  • Brent Scowcroft, National Security Advisor (1975–77, 1989–93); Chair of the President’s Intelligence Advisory Board (2001–05) (endorsed Hillary Clinton)[17]
  • David Shedd, Deputy Director of National Intelligence; Acting Director of the Defense Intelligence Agency[22]
  • Stephen Slick, Senior Director for Intelligence Programs, National Security Council[12]
  • Frances Townsend, Homeland Security Advisor[22]
  • Kenneth Wainstein, Homeland Security Advisor[12]
Other former federal government officials
  • Former Chief of Staff to the Vice President and founder of The Weekly Standard Bill Kristol
  • Donald B. Ayer, United States Deputy Attorney General[12]
  • Phillip D. Brady, White House Staff Secretary; White House Cabinet Secretary (endorsed Hillary Clinton)[108]
  • Paul K. Charlton, United States Attorney[111]
  • Linda Chavez, Director of the Office of Public Liaison; 1986 nominee for U.S. Senator from Maryland[28]
  • Jim Cicconi, White House Staff Secretary (endorsed Hillary Clinton)[17]
  • Scott Evertz, Director of the Office of National AIDS Policy (endorsed Hillary Clinton)[17]
  • Tony Fratto, Deputy White House Press Secretary[112]
  • Charles Fried, United States Solicitor General; Associate Justice of the Massachusetts Supreme Judicial Court (endorsed Hillary Clinton)[113]
  • Fred T. Goldberg, Jr., Assistant Secretary of the Treasury for Tax Policy; Commissioner of Internal Revenue (endorsed Hillary Clinton)[17]
  • Hugh Hewitt, Assistant White House Counsel; conservative radio host (called on Trump to withdraw his candidacy)[114]
  • Theodore Kassinger, United States Deputy Secretary of Commerce[12]
  • Bill Kristol, Chief of Staff to the Vice President (endorsed Evan McMullin)[115]
  • Rosario Marin, Treasurer of the United States (endorsed Hillary Clinton)[116]
  • John McKay, former United States Attorney (endorsed Hillary Clinton)[117]
  • Andrew Natsios, Administrator of the United States Agency for International Development; Chair of the Massachusetts Republican Party[12]
  • Daniel F. Runde, Director of the Global Development Alliance[22]
  • Larry D. Thompson, United States Deputy Attorney General[12]
  • Dan Webb, former United States Attorney (endorsed Hillary Clinton)[118]
  • Peter Wehner, Director of the Office of Strategic Initiatives[10]
  • Lezlee Westine, Director of the Office of Public Liaison (2001–2005) (endorsed Hillary Clinton)[99][119]
  • Peter Zeidenberg, Assistant United States Attorney[111]
Statewide officials


  • Brian Calley, Lieutenant Governor of Michigan (2011–present) (called on Trump to withdraw his candidacy)[120]
  • Spencer Cox, Lieutenant Governor of Utah (2013–present)[121]
  • Kim Guadagno, Lieutenant Governor of New Jersey (2010–present)[122]


  • Paul Anderson, Associate Justice of the Minnesota Supreme Court (1994–2013) (endorsed Hillary Clinton)[123]
  • Greg Bell, Lieutenant Governor of Utah (2009–13) (endorsed Evan McMullin)[124]
  • Bob Brown, Secretary of State of Montana (2001–05) (endorsed Hillary Clinton)[125]
  • Betty Montgomery, Attorney General of Ohio (1995–2003), Ohio State Auditor (2003–07)[126]
  • Mark Shurtleff, Attorney General of Utah (2001–13) (endorsed Hillary Clinton)[127]
  • Robert Smith, Associate Judge of the New York Court of Appeals (2004–14) (endorsed Hillary Clinton)[128]
  • Michael Steele, Lieutenant Governor of Maryland (2003–07) and RNC Chair (2009–11)[129]
  • Diana Taylor, New York Superintendent of Banks (2003–07) (endorsed Hillary Clinton)[130]
  • Grant Woods, Attorney General of Arizona (1991–99) (endorsed Hillary Clinton)[131]
State legislators


  • Jack Ciattarelli, New Jersey State Representative (2011–present) (withdrew endorsement)[122]
  • Kurt Daudt, Minnesota State Representative (2011–present), Speaker of the Minnesota House of Representatives (2015–present) (called on Trump to withdraw his candidacy)[132]
  • David Johnson, Iowa State Senator (2003–present)[37][133]
  • Mark B. Madsen, Utah State Senator (2005–present) (endorsed Gary Johnson)[134]
  • Charisse Millett, Alaska State Representative (2009–present), Majority Leader (2015–present) (withdrew endorsement)[135][136]
  • Ross Spano, Florida State Representative (2012–present)[80]
  • Joe Sweeney, New Hampshire State Representative (2012–present) (withdrew endorsement)[137]


  • Lois Sherman Hagarty, Pennsylvania State Representative (1980–92)[138]
  • Brian Lees, Massachusetts State Senator (1989–2007), Minority Leader (1993–2007)[139]
  • Jack McGregor, Pennsylvania State Senator (1963–70) (endorsed Hillary Clinton)[108]
  • Will Weatherford, Florida State Representative (2006–14), Speaker of the Florida House of Representatives (2012–14)[140]
Municipal officials
  • Joel Giambra, former Erie County Executive (endorsed Hillary Clinton)[141]
  • Carlos A. Giménez, Mayor of Miami-Dade County (endorsed Hillary Clinton)[142]
  • Danny Jones, Mayor of Charleston, West Virginia (endorsed Gary Johnson)[143][144]
  • Aimee Winder Newton, Member of the Salt Lake County Council (withdrew endorsement)[145]
  • Tomás Regalado, Mayor of Miami[146]
Republican Party figures
  • George Will, conservative commentator
  • Steve Baer, fundraiser[147]
  • Max Boot, author (endorsed Hillary Clinton)[28]
  • Ellen Bork, political consultant[22]
  • Marvin Bush, son of George H. W. Bush, brother of George W. Bush and Jeb Bush (endorsed Gary Johnson)[148]
  • Al Cardenas, former chair of the Republican Party of Florida[72]
  • Patrick Chovanec, economist[22]
  • Mindy Finn, political consultant, strategist, and activist (Independent running mate for Evan McMullin)[149]
  • Darryl Glenn, 2016 nominee for U.S. Senator from Colorado (withdrew endorsement)[150]
  • Juan Hernandez, political consultant, co-founder of Hispanic Republicans of Texas (endorsed Gary Johnson)[151]
  • Matt Higgins, former press secretary for New York City Mayor Rudy Giuliani (endorsed Hillary Clinton)[17]
  • Robert Kagan, former foreign policy advisor and speechwriter (endorsed Hillary Clinton)[28]
  • Matt Kibbe, libertarian ideals advocate[28]
  • Jimmy LaSalvia, co-founder of GOProud (endorsed Hillary Clinton)[17]
  • Kevin Madden, spokesperson for 2012 presidential nominee, Mitt Romney[20]
  • Ken Mehlman, former Chair of the Republican National Committee[28]
  • Mike Murphy, political consultant and commentator (endorsed Hillary Clinton)[152]
  • Patrick Ruffini, political strategist[28]
  • Mark Salter, chief aide to John McCain (endorsed Hillary Clinton)[153]
  • Randy Scheunemann, national security and foreign policy advisor[22]
  • Steve Schmidt, campaign strategist[154]
  • Gabriel Schoenfeld, former Senior Advisor to 2012 presidential nominee Mitt Romney[28]
  • Lionel Sosa, political consultant (endorsed Hillary Clinton)[155]
  • A. J. Spiker, Chair of the Iowa Republican Party[156]
  • Ben Stein, former speechwriter for Richard Nixon and Gerald Ford[28]
  • Stuart Stevens, political consultant and strategist[28]
  • Mac Stipanovich, strategist and lobbyist; former Chief of Staff to Bob Martinez (endorsed Hillary Clinton)[157]
  • John Weaver, strategist (called on Trump and Pence to withdraw their candidacies)[158]
Conservative academics, journalists and commentators
  • Michael Auslin, Resident Scholar and Director of Japanese Studies at the American Enterprise Institute[22]
  • Glenn Beck, former Fox News host, radio host, columnist, and author (endorsed Darrell Castle)[159]
  • Guy Benson, journalist[112]
  • Michael Berry, radio host[28]
  • L. Brent Bozell III, activist and writer[28]
  • David Brooks, columnist[160]
  • Christine Caine, evangelical author[161]
  • Steven G. Calabresi, legal scholar and co-founder of the Federalist Society[162]
  • Mona Charen, columnist and author[28]
  • Lanhee Chen, academic and commentator[19]
  • Joshua Claybourn, attorney, author, and former convention delegate[163][164]
  • Ross Douthat, columnist[37]
  • Daniel W. Drezner, blogger[22]
  • Richard Epstein, legal scholar[162]
  • Erick Erickson, blogger (endorsed Evan McMullin)[165]
  • Niall Ferguson, professor of history[22]
  • David A. French, author and journalist[37]
  • Jeffrey Gedmin, author[22]
  • Robert P. George, academic[19]
  • Reuel Marc Gerecht, writer (endorsed Hillary Clinton)[22]
  • Jonah Goldberg, columnist and author (endorsed Evan McMullin)[166]
  • Michael Graham, radio host[112]
  • Mary R. Habeck, professor of strategic studies[22]
  • David Harsanyi, columnist[112]
  • Stephen F. Hayes, columnist[112]
  • Quin Hillyer, columnist[28]
  • Charles Krauthammer, columnist (writing in Paul Ryan or Ben Sasse)[167]
  • Matt K. Lewis, columnist and commentator[168]
  • Dana Loesch, author and commentator[169]
  • Peter Mansoor, military historian (endorsed Hillary Clinton)[22]
  • Beth Moore, evangelical author[161]
  • Russell D. Moore, evangelical theologian, head of the Southern Baptist Convention’s Ethics and Religious Liberty Commission (writing-in Ben Sasse)[19][170]
  • Charles Murray, political scientist and commentator[171]
  • Ana Navarro, srategist and commentator[172]
  • Tom Nichols, national security affairs scholar (endorsed Hillary Clinton)[22]
  • John Noonan, national security analyst and commentator[173][174]
  • Marvin Olasky, editor-in-chief of World[175]
  • Mackubin Thomas Owens, national security advisor[22]
  • Katie Pavlich, journalist[28]
  • Daniel Pipes, historian and columnist[22]
  • Danielle Pletka, foreign policy writer[176]
  • John Podhoretz, writer and columnist[19]
  • Dorothy Rabinowitz, journalist (endorsed Hillary Clinton)[177]
  • Jennifer Rubin, journalist[28]
  • Ben Shapiro, columnist and commentator[28]
  • Bret Stephens, journalist[19]
  • Ray Takeyh, Senior Fellow at the Council on Foreign Relations[22]
  • Ruth Wedgwood, professor of international law and diplomacy[22]
  • Jamie Weinstein, political journalist[37]
  • Montel Williams, talk show host and commentator[178]
  • George Will, columnist[179][180]
  • Kevin D. Williamson, writer[181]
Business leaders
  • Meg Whitman, current HP and former eBay CEO
  • Daniel Akerson, former Chairman and CEO of General Motors (endorsed Hillary Clinton)[182][183]
  • Marc Andreessen, co-founder of Netscape; founder of Andreessen Horowitz (endorsed Hillary Clinton)[184]
  • Mike Fernandez, founder of MBF Healthcare Partners (endorsed Hillary Clinton)[185]
  • Seth Klarman, founder of Baupost Group (endorsed Hillary Clinton)[19][186]
  • Hamid R. Moghadam, CEO of Prologis (endorsed Hillary Clinton)[184]
  • James Murren, Chairman and CEO of MGM Resorts International (endorsed Hillary Clinton)[187]
  • Chuck Robbins, CEO of Cisco Systems (endorsed Hillary Clinton)[184]
  • Paul Singer, founder and CEO of Elliott Management Corporation[188]
  • Harry E. Sloan, former CEO of Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer (endorsed Hillary Clinton)[17]
  • Jack Welch, former CEO of General Electric (withdrew endorsement)[189]
  • Meg Whitman, CEO of Hewlett Packard Enterprise; former CEO of eBay; 2010 California nominee for Governor of California (endorsed Hillary Clinton)[17][19][190]
Republican groups
  • Harvard Republican Club[191]
  • Penn State College Republicans[192]


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