Posts Tagged ‘ Saudi Arabia ’

Sen. Paul Vows To Force Vote Over Saudi Arms Deal

May 24th, 2017 | By

Senator Rand Paul (R-KY) is a supporter of President Trump in his efforts to deal with Islamic terrorism, but isn’t supporting his multi-billion dollar arms deal with Saudi Arabia. Paul has vowed to force a vote in the Senate over this arms deal. He recently gave Breitbart an exclusive interview explaining why. According to Paul:

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Sen. Paul: The U.S. Should Not Fund Saudi Arabia’s War On Yemen

Apr 28th, 2017 | By

By Senator Rand Paul (R-KY) American-built planes with American bombs were used by the Saudis to bomb a funeral procession in Yemen. Over 100 people were killed, and 500 mourners were wounded. Active duty American pilots have been refueling the planes dropping bombs across Yemen. Sounds like war to me. But when did we declare

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Not A Joke: New CIA Chief Gives Anti-terrorism Medal To Saudi Crown Prince

Feb 17th, 2017 | By

To be honest, I was just flat-out shocked when the new director of the CIA, Mike Pompeo, jumped on a military aircraft and flew to Saudi Arabia his first week on the job. One source told me the new desk he ordered had not even been delivered to his office before he headed to Saudi Arabia.



The Nobel Peace Prize President, The ‘Deep State’ And Wild Card Trump

Feb 7th, 2017 | By

On Jan. 20, President Barack Hussein Obama departed the White House after eight solid years of military adventurism that included the toppling of the governments of several sovereign nations, including one that was democratically elected. By the end of his second term, President Obama had dispatched American troops to fight in more nations than any president since Franklin Roosevelt — the difference being, of course, that Roosevelt was defending the freedoms of Americans, something that Obama did not do.



September Campaign Update

Sep 21st, 2016 | By

September issue of the GING-PAC newsletter includes new endorsements of candidates in California and Louisiana. Candidate Mike Johnson has worked with Alliance Defending Freedom. Endorsed Senator Rand Paul is working to stop Obama from sending more arms to jihadists in the Middle East and to stop arms from being delivered to the despotic regime of Saudi Arabia.



60 Members Of Congress Call For Delay Of Saudi Arms Sale

Aug 31st, 2016 | By

Sixty members of Congress have sent a letter of concern to Obama over the planned sale of $1.5 billion in arms and military equipment to Saudi Arabia. The lawmakers are concerned over Saudi Arabia’s war in Yemen, where thousands of civilians are being killed in Saudi air strikes. The Sunni Saudi war in Yemen is against the Shia Iranian-backed forces there.



Sen. Rand Paul Seeks To Halt Sale Of Weapons To Saudi Arabia

Aug 17th, 2016 | By

“I will work with a bipartisan coalition to explore forcing a vote on blocking this sale. Saudi Arabia is an unreliable ally with a poor human rights record. We should not rush to sell them advanced arms and promote an arms race in the Middle East.”



GING-PAC Endorses Sen. Rand Paul For Re-election To Senate

Aug 17th, 2016 | By

Senator Rand Paul’s stand against overthrowing secular governments in the Middle East, his stand on Saudi Arabia and his Christian faith have earned him my personal endorsement and that of Government Is Not God – PAC.



John McCain-Linked Foundation Receives Saudi Support

Aug 11th, 2016 | By
Senator John McCain with bearded jihadists. McCain entered Syria illegally to show support for the these terrorists.

Why would the Saudis donate to the McCain-linked Foundation if not to exercise influence over Senator McCain? The Saudis aren’t giving away money because of some humanitarian impulse. They give money to get influence and favors.



Khizr Khan’s Saudi Ties

Aug 3rd, 2016 | By

Khizr Khan is more than just the father of slain Muslim U.S. serviceman Humayun Khan and the mainstream media’s flavor of the moment in its ongoing efforts to demonize and destroy Donald Trump. As far as the Obama administration and Hillary campaign are concerned, he is a living validation of the success of their strategy against “extremism”: by refusing to identify the enemy as having anything to do with Islam, they draw moderate Muslims to their side and move them to fight against terrorism.