Congressman on Armed Services Committee Not Allowed on Base Housing Illegal Aliens
What is going on at the military bases Obama is using to temporarily house his largely underage army of illegal alien colonists until they can be disseminated throughout the country along with the exotic diseases they carry? Media access has been curtailed. Doctors and nurses who work in them have been threatened with arrest for talking to the public. A Congressman who is on the Armed Services Committee and therefore has oversight authority over military bases, particularly bases in his own state, attempted to get a look inside. He was rebuffed:
Congressman Jim Bridenstine (OK) was denied access [Tuesday] to the HHS facility at Ft. Sill, Oklahoma currently housing up to 1,200 unaccompanied alien children (UAC) who illegally crossed the southern border into the United States. …
The Health and Human Services (HHS) official who appears to be in charge of the facility told Congressman Bridenstine he could schedule an appointment for July 21. HHS Deputy Director of the Office of Public Affairs, Ken Wolfe, would not take the Congressman’s phone call.
Rep Bridenstine asks the obvious question:
“What are they trying to hide?”
A Congressman getting blocked from entering a military base begs an even better question: As the ongoing constitutional crisis unfolds, who will the military take orders from, Obama or Congress? We already know why Obama has been purging the officer corps so as to replace it with loyal political toadies.
On tips from Ken and Dragon’s Lair. Cross-posted at Moonbattery.
The Republican Party is set up quite nicely to regain control of the Senate this election cycle. And, of course,
Texas Senator Ted Cruz has made his first major announcement of what his very first act as president will be
NoisyRoom.net Hat Tip: BB Richard A. Viguerie is absolutely right when he calls most of the Republican leadership “boneless wonders.”