DHS Secretary Tells Washington Critics to Stop Whining or Change the Laws

Ever since November 8, 2016, liberal Democrats, especially those in Congress have continued to whine, cry, throw temper tantrums and act like spoiled two-year-olds. It’s been evident by the way some of them have said they will not support Donald Trump ro work with Republicans no matter what. In other words, it’s business as usual for congressional Democrats because that’s how they’ve acted for the past 8 years.

Congressional critics of the Department of Homeland Security should “shut up’’ and assume the agency is acting appropriately and following the law, the agency’s chief said in a combative public speech Tuesday.

“If lawmakers do not like the laws they’ve passed and we are charged to enforce, then they should have the courage and skill to change the laws,’’ Secretary John F. Kelly said. “Otherwise they should shut up and support the men and women on the front lines.’’

Speaking at George Washington University, Kelly laid out the threats facing the United States — from international criminal networks to homegrown terrorists.

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Kelly also addressed the frustrations that many agents in the DHS have faced over the past 8 years of not being able to do their jobs. He said they’ve been political pawns, but that’s not the way things are going to be run in this administration. He has hinted that he will run the DHS much like he ran his troops in the Marine Corps, and I have to say it’s about time.




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