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Waiting for the Libs to Levitate

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Democrats have their knickers in a twist because President Donald Trump yesterday, in rejecting their offer to maybe sort of secure our country’s borders in exchange for giving away the store to persons here illegally, supposedly indulged in some pretty salty language (https://www.yahoo.com/news/trump-rejects-senators-bipartisan-dreamer-immigration-plan-123517889.html).

He denies allegations that he referred to Haiti and several African countries as “s___hole countries,” although he admits the rhetoric got rather florid. He is said to have demanded to know why America–and this is a very good question–is obliged to take in hordes of people from those countries.

I have never been to Haiti. I’ve known only one Haitian well; and although he went to school in a building with a corrugated iron roof, he may be the best-educated and most knowledgeable man I’ve ever met.

But considering the lamentable history of Haiti, looking at current pictures of its cities–well, if that place is not a Third World hellhole, then there’s no such thing.

And Somalia? It makes Haiti look like the Riviera.

Anyhow, the president’s entirely reasonable, if heated, comments have prominent Dems carrying on like Linda Blair in The Exorcist. “Racist! Biggit! Hater! White Supremacist!” Any moment now, we’re going to see Nancy Pelosi’s head rotate 360 degrees and Stenny Hoyer levitate.

Democrats like to use waves of immigration from Third World countries as a wrecking ball against America. There can be no other point to vacuuming up multitudes of persons coming from cultures which cannot assimilate with ours. Where does it say we have to do that? We never had to do it until 1965, when Ted Kennedy and LBJ freaked our immigration laws.

Donald Trump is trying to repair the damage. That’s why we elected him, and that’s why Democrats hate and fear him.


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