By Mike CernovichA new video is out.
It’s called, “The President Is Killing Our Civil Liberties”.
In it, a man named Paul O’Brien talks about the president’s “meltdown” on January 6, 2021, after the inauguration of Donald Trump.
It shows O’Briens wife and son standing outside the White House holding signs.
O’Keefe tells them that he and his family are not welcome in the United States, and they are being deported to Saudi Arabia, which is in the process of “disappearing” its citizens.
OBrien says he has a job at an American embassy in the kingdom, and has not been able to leave his country since.
This is an excerpt from a short video posted by the organization Citizens Against Displacement on February 17, 2021.
In the video, O’Reilly talks about how the American people were misled about what was going on in Saudi Arabia.
“They were led to believe that this is a country that is going to take care of its citizens,” O’Malley said.
“Well, that’s not what’s happening.
You see it in Saudi and you see it elsewhere.
They’re trying to keep their citizens out, they’re trying not to be too nice to them.”
O’Kelly’s remarks were later found to be misleading.
O’Reilly said he was speaking from experience.
“There are a lot of people who’ve had to leave the country in the past few weeks who haven’t had a chance to go home,” O”Reilly said.”
I’ve been working in the Middle East for over 30 years, and I’ve seen what happens to those who don’t make it,” OReilly added.”
The only way you’re going to keep those who have left the country is if they’re going home,” he said.OReilly said the Trump administration was trying to change the facts about the war in Syria and the civil war there, but he said the US government was also doing it in the name of “national security.
The Trump administration did not respond to VICE News’ request for comment.”
It’s going to be worse than any war we’ve ever had,” O Reilly said.
The Trump administration did not respond to VICE News’ request for comment.