John D. Guandolo
This intimate event was the launch point for an effort to shed light on the grave dangers of America’s open southern border, and how the intentional flooding of illegal aliens into the U.S. – including terrorists, criminals and others – is a significant national security risk for every legal citizen.
To do this, The United West and Jexit (Jews Exiting the Democrat Party) are highlighting the exemplary career of former ICE Director Tom Homan, who is the first man to rise through the ranks to become the director of America’s immigration service.
Film director Chris Burgard, who was also in attendance at the Mar a Lago event, is working on several film projects related to this larger effort. In his comments, Burgard told the crowd, “This is more of a movement than just a film project,” referring to the broader national security issues related to border security.
President Donald Trump addressed the crowd for about 15 minutes at the beginning of the event, and endorsed Tom Homan and the “Defend the Border – Save Lives” project.
I was given a few minutes to share about the critically important work Understanding the Threat (UTT) is doing, our endorsement of this project, and the importance of viewing border security as a part of the larger national security threats facing America right now.
UTT is grateful to our friends and allies at The United West and JEXIT for their work on this project and for speaking truth boldly in love for the sake of liberty.