Donald Trump Statement On Orlando Terror Attack

Last night, our nation was attacked by a radical Islamic terrorist. It was the worst terrorist attack on our soil since 9/11, and the second of its kind in 6 months. My deepest sympathy and support goes out to the victims, the wounded, and their families.

In his remarks today, President Obama disgracefully refused to even say the words ‘Radical Islam’. For that reason alone, he should step down. If Hillary Clinton, after this attack, still cannot say the two words ‘Radical Islam’ she should get out of this race for the Presidency.

If we do not get tough and smart real fast, we are not going to have a country anymore. Because our leaders are weak, I said this was going to happen – and it is only going to get worse. I am trying to save lives and prevent the next terrorist attack. We can’t afford to be politically correct anymore.

The terrorist, Omar Mir Saddique Mateen, is the son of an immigrant from Afghanistan who openly published his support for the Afghanistani Taliban and even tried to run for President of Afghanistan. According to Pew, 99% of people in Afghanistan support oppressive Sharia Law.

We admit more than 100,000 lifetime migrants from the Middle East each year. Since 9/11, hundreds of migrants and their children have been implicated in terrorism in the United States.

Hillary Clinton wants to dramatically increase admissions from the Middle East, bringing in many hundreds of thousands during a first term – and we will have no way to screen them, pay for them, or prevent the second generation from radicalizing.

We need to protect all Americans, of all backgrounds and all beliefs, from Radical Islamic Terrorism – which has no place in an open and tolerant society. Radical Islam advocates hate for women, gays, Jews, Christians and all Americans. I am going to be a President for all Americans, and I am going to protect and defend all Americans. We are going to make America safe again and great again for everyone.

– Donald J. Trump”

Broward Car Salesman Suing Rubio, Cruz Over Eligibility

voeltz2Next month, a Broward judge will hear arguments in a lawsuit questioning Senator Ted Cruz and Senator Marco Rubio’s eligibility to be President of the United States. On March 4th, Circuit Court Judge John Bowman will hear motions to dismiss the lawsuit brought by Michael Voeltz, a Toyota car salesman. Voeltz is suing Cruz, Rubio, Florida Secretary of State Ken Detzner and the Republican Party of Florida. Voeltz alleges Cruz and Rubio should be removed from the Florida Presidential primary ballot because they do not meet the Constitutional requirements to be President.

In his twenty-four page complaint, Voeltz cites the U.S. Constitution, the Federalist Papers and Florida Statutes. Citing Article 2, Section 1 of the U.S. Constitution, Voeltz, “Asserts that these two candidates are naturalized US citizens, or at the very least, simply fail to comply with the common law Supreme court definition of natural born citizen, and fail to comport with the manadatory-prohibitory self-executing federal provision that ‘no person, except a natural born Citizen, or a citizen of the United States, at the time of the ratification of this Constitution, shall be eligible for the office of President.'” Voeltz, a registered Republican, claims his “right to vote will be diluted, debased and desecrated by the presence of Mr. Cruz and Mr. Rubio on the Florida ballot.”

Senator Cruz was born in Canada to an American mother. His Presidential rival, Donald Trump, has attacked Cruz on the eligibility issue for months. However, the inclusion of Senator Rubio in this lawsuit has surprised some observers. Rubio, the son of Cuban immigrants, was clearly born the United States.

Following Rubio’s strong second-place finish in the South Carolina primary on Saturday, Trump focused on the eligibilty issue. On Twitter, Trump shared a post questioning Rubio’s eligibility. Trump backtracked on Sunday, ( telling ABC News, “’it was a retweet — not so much with Marco,’ implying that his concern is with the eligibility of Texas Sen. Ted Cruz, who was born in Canada to a U.S. citizen mother and is a U.S. citizen.

‘I mean, let people make their own determination,’ Trump said. ‘I honestly have never looked at it. As somebody said, he’s not. And I retweeted it.'”

Senator Cruz has retained David DiPietro, chairman of  the North Broward Hospital District as his attorney. Senator Rubio will be represented by Gabriela Prado of Virginia.


Michael Voeltz makes it clear that he is a registered Republican. Four years ago, Voeltz made it clear he was a registered Democrat when he sued President Barack Obama. Once again, Voeltz claimed Obama was not eligible to be President.

In a statement Voeltz said, “US Code 3 S. 5 stipulates that all ‘election contests,’ properly made, be adjudicated with finality prior to the 6th day before Elector voting day by the state where the challenge occurred. Until Florida rules definitively on this challenge of Obama’s eligibility, its Electors will not receive Section 2 status. If the Florida judiciary does not rule on the meaning of ‘natural born Citizen’, and whether Obama is one, it will break that law (US C. 3 s.5). I have filed a properly made contest, perfectly within the Florida statutes, have standing and a real case and controversy to appeal directly to the SCOTUS before Elector Voting day.”

Michael Voeltz
Michael Voeltz

WOW! South Florida Sun-Sentinel Endorses Mitt Romney


Never saw this coming, but the left-leaning South Florida Sun-Sentinel has endorsed Mitt Romney for President.

“Four years into Barack Obama’s presidency, economic growth is sputtering. Family incomes are down. Poverty is up. Business owners are reluctant to assume risk in the face of unending uncertainty. Many are holding on by their fingernails, desperate for signs of an economic recovery that will help them provide for themselves, their employees, their customers and their communities.”

“Behind those numbers are the faces of your neighbors, your family members, perhaps even yourself. Good people who want to work, but who cannot find jobs because job creators have lost faith in the nation’s economic direction.

A leader’s job is to create an environment where people can do their best work — in this case, a marketplace where good jobs can grow. Obama deserves credit for supporting the American auto industry during a time of enormous peril. And the federal stimulus — which was backed by both parties, and largely distributed by Florida’s Republican-led legislature — helped build roads, dredge shipping channels and keep teachers employed, among other things.”

“We believe Romney’s past performance is a predictor of his future behavior. He’s proven himself to be a successful businessman. He rescued the 2002 Winter Olympics from scandal and mismanagement. He worked with a Democrat-dominated legislature as governor of Massachusetts to close a $3 billion budget deficit — without borrowing and raising taxes.”

“We believe the best chance to get America back working again is to elect Mitt Romney. That’s why we endorse him for president.”

You can read full endorsement here.