Oh Sheila

There is no shortage of disgusting, dimwitted, ignorant Democrat politicians in this country, and while some leftists are more ignorant that others, the reigning champion is still Sheila Jackson-Lee.

The woman makes Hank “Guam May Flip Over” Johnson look like Stephen Hawking.

Need proof? Check out this Jackson-Lee gem.

Texas Democratic Rep. Sheila Jackson Lee demanded there be an “internal” DHS task force to investigate child migrant deaths, but then was informed that such an entity already exists.

“I believe there should be an internal task force set up dealing with children, dealing with children’s death,” Jackson Lee said Wednesday during a House Homeland Security hearing. She was speaking to Kevin McAleenan, the acting secretary of the Department of Homeland Security (DHS). “My question to you is: Will you set up an internal in-house task force to deal with … these deaths, to find what solutions should be put in place?”

The acting DHS secretary then informed Jackson Lee that the task force she was describing already exists within the department.

Well done, dumbass. You are a credit to the great state of Texas. Jackson-Lee’s only saving grace is she’s stuck way down south in Houston, and not polluting the air in Dallas.

Now Where Did I Put My Gun?

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The Department of Homeland Security may be the most ironically titled organization in history.

House Committee on Oversight and Government Reform leaders want to know how and why Department of Homeland Security (DHS) officials lost 165 firearms in three years.

Panel chairman and Utah Republican Rep. Jason Chaffetz and Subcommittee on National Security Chairman and Florida Republican Rep. Ron DeSantis asked for DHS inventory records and policies in a letter Friday to Homeland Security Secretary Jeh Johnson.

The letter was prompted after the news website Complete Colorado reported last month that DHS marked 1,300 badges, 589 cell phones and scores of firearms lost or stolen between 2012 and 2015. DHS’s poor firearms security “shows that the department is consistently unable to safeguard sensitive property.”

Now the key word in this article is “lost.” These guns and badges were not lost, and they aren’t sitting in Jeh Johnson’s junk drawer. They were, for all intents and purposes, stolen, and most likely out on the street. Think about that the next time DHS claims they have our best interests at heart.