A familiar scene plays out at the Southern border

Remember the words of the "White Supremes, Mitchell McConnell Jr"  Senate Leader?

Dec 08, 2010 · Republican Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell sums it up. ... Mitch McConnell: Top Priority, Make Obama a One Term President

A familiar scene plays out at the Southern border
Native Nation by Johnny Tetpon
Jun 28, 2018

Donald Trump wins support from Native American coalition has announced their support for Mr. Trump. A newly formed Native American Coalition is made up of members who hail from tribal organizations in 15 states and include both grass-roots leaders and elected officials.

“The daily flood of new federal regulations keep Indian Country from becoming self-sufficient.

Local tribal decisions, not federal bureaucrats, are the best way to improve our communities.

As both an enrolled member of Cherokee Nation and a member of Congress, I will stand with Donald Trump in supporting tribal sovereignty and reining in federal over-regulation,” 

Rep. Markwayne Mullin, Oklahoma Republican and chairman of the group.

It was congress, not President Obama or Hillary Clinton, that was flooding our land, both Indian country and Native American country, with  new federal regulations!

Remember the words of the "White Supremes' Mitchell McConnell Jr" ?

“When I first came into office, the head of the Senate Republicans said, ‘my number one priority is making sure president Obamas a one-term president.’ Now, after the election, either he will have succeeded in that goal or he will have failed at that goal.” President Obama

The 2016 election was sicken and an embarrassment to our Native Ancestors 
because of so many of our youngsters voting against the better person!

Not sure if it was because she in a woman, a Democrat, or did not visit enough to every tribe, ‘nation,’ in every state, to suit them or what the problem was?

Now my brothers and sisters that did not vote for her are crying foul?

To be clear, Native American families and Alaska Native mothers and fathers, and grandfathers and grandmothers, have had their share of children and grandchildren being separated from them for decades and some for generations.

That hasn’t stopped entirely, even with the advent of the national Indian Child Welfare Act, enacted in 1978. Congress, after four years of research and testimony, said it is against federal and state law to allow social workers and state courts to remove Native children “in order to alleviate a terrible crisis of national proportions – the wholesale separation of Indian children from their families.”

Now, Central and South American mothers and fathers today face the same evils at the southern border. President Donald Trump has repeatedly said America will not be “infested” with “these people,” and that millions and millions of them will ‘invade’ America. Those are the words he used.

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