Jewish Action is a political organization who states “Bend the Arc’s political advocacy arm harnesses the collective power of progressive American Jews to change policy and build a more just and equal nation.”
On July 1st they Tweeted that Trump is campaigning for re-election with a Nazi symbol.
Since their tweet several news outlets including USA Today reported on the claim, agreeing with Jewish Action.
Fact check; the bald eagle is not a Nazi symbol
“The bald eagle was chosen June 20, 1782 as the emblem of the United States of America, because of its long life, great strength and majestic looks, and also because it was then believed to exist only on this continent.”
We gathered this information from several sources, here’s one.
Furthermore, similar bald eagle logos are on America’s dollar bills, quarters, several U.Sgovernment icons, and part of the United States Marine Corp’s logo. Nancy Pelosi sports a bald eagle logo too, so if Trump is a Nazi for using it then so is Nancy(who is a democratic house of representatives leader).
It’s important to mention that Jewish Action is funded by George Soros, who opposes Trump, so it doesn’t come as a surprise that a George Soros funded organization is desperately trying to paint a bad picture of Trump.
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Provisions of a 2018 law will be enforced in August
The FBI is opening a new counterintelligence case every 10 hours
It bans the federal government from contracting with any company that relies on products, equipment, or services from these five companies listed in the act
China’s ambition to take us down is not a secret. The astonishing amount of threats China imposes to America is diverse and continuing to grow; FBI has their hands full with a over 2,000 active cases.
“We’ve now reached a point where the FBI is now opening a new China-related counterintelligence case every 10 hours. Of the nearly 5,000 active counterintelligence cases currently under way across the country, almost half are related to China.”
WASHINGTON—The White House says it will strongly enforce a government-wide ban on purchasing any products or services from entities that use technology containing components manufactured by Chinese companies, as provisions of a law passed in 2018 come into force in August.
The Trump administration believes the robust implementation of the new rule is critical to combat the national security and intellectual property threats posed by Chinese technology providers including Huawei and ZTE Corp., according to a senior administration official.
On Aug. 13, 2018, President Trump signed into law the National Defense Authorization Act (NDAA) of 2019, which was approved by Congress with overwhelmingly bipartisan support.
Section 889 of the NDAA has two prohibitions for federal government procurement.
Subsection A, which went into effect in August last year, prohibits federal agencies from purchasing telecommunications equipment, video surveillance equipment, and services from five identified China-based companies—Huawei, ZTE, Hytera Communications, Hangzhou Hikvision, and Dahua Technology Co.
Subsection B, which will take effect on August 13, is much broader. It bans the federal government from contracting with any company that relies on products, equipment, or services from these five companies listed in the act—unless they get a waiver.
The overwhelming threat of China is largely downplayed by the media
As Patrick Tucker from Defense One states, it won’t be easy. “American technology and the Chinese government are part of an increasingly tangled web, and un-knotting it is no simple task. In some cases, punitive actions toward China have had some success. U.S. sanctions on Huawei prevented the Chinese telecom company from acquiring encryption technology that would have improved the security of the company’s products. This led the British government to consider reversing its plans to allow Huawei into the British telecommunications market.Technology that was somewhat safe for civilian use was now unsafe, thanks in part to U.S. efforts.
In other cases, trying to prohibit or pull U.S. companies out of business deals with China has proven difficult. The Trump administration placed 28 Chinese tech companies on the Commerce Department’s Entity List — effectively a blacklist — in October, in part because of their role in tracking and persecuting Muslims in Xinjiang. But several of these companies are customers of California-based Nvidia, a major maker of graphics processing chips heavily used by the world’s artificial intelligence firms. The blacklisted firms include SenseTime, which creates machine vision technology, and Megvii and Hikvision, which sell facial recognition technology.”