Weekly Security Digest - January 26, 2020
The Arizona Legislature would let property owners along the U.S.-Mexico border build a wall without seeking a city or county construction permit under a measure that advanced Wednesday.
The Pentagon disclosed on Friday that 34 U.S. service members suffered traumatic brain injuries in Iran’s missile strike this month on an Iraqi air base.
The Israeli Air Force struck targets in the Gaza Strip on Sunday evening following a rocket fired at Israel earlier and incendiary balloons spotted in the South.
US Congresswoman Rashida Tlaib lost no time Saturday retweeting the post of Dr. Hanan Ashrawi, a Palestine Liberation Organization (PLO) official who wrote, “The heart just shatters. The pain is unbearable. No words.” while retweeting the words of a fake activist who created a modern-day blood libel against the Jews of Jerusalem.
Senate Republicans on Sunday defended President Donald Trump and panned calls for witnesses in addition to those who testified during the House impeachment inquiry, ahead of the start of the second week of the impeachment trial.
Thank you to Brian Turner for submitting Don Turner to be featured as Secure America Now's Veteran of the Week!
"Some joined. Some ran away. My Dad got his draft notice and never thought twice about serving this great nation of ours. He survived a year in the Vietnam jungle fighting for his buddies next to him. Some of them would never return home. A true example of what makes this nation the greatest nation on the planet. Vietnam Veterans were spat on upon return to the country they fought for! Such a shame. All veterans of this war deserve credit for their sacrifices. Thank you."
Thank you Don, for your service to this great nation!
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An Iranian lawmaker apparently has placed a $3 million bounty on President Trump’s head.
Ahmad Hamzeh made the declaration Tuesday during a speech to parliament in Tehran, although it’s unclear whether it has any backing from Iran’s top leaders, Reuters reported, citing the ISNA news agency.