Forget the language for a moment. All politicians are hypocrites when it comes to condemning language. I remember Biden caught telling Obama “this is f’n huge” when affordable healthcare got passed.
Trump is a regular business man who looks at the immigration plan the Dems are pushing and says, “Why in the world…? Why in the world do you continue to flood this country with people who are not going to benefit the country?” You know, every American policy we have is supposed to be rooted in improving our country. Why does immigration from corrupt, war torn, gang ridden, illiterate nations benefit us…? Unless they are running as God fearing Christians from ISIS, Trump doesn’t see the trade off.
He is asking, in his own inimitable way, “Why do the Democrats insist on an immigration system that ends up being a burden to this country? Why seek to bring in people who are dependent on government? That’s not what it’s supposed to be.” And Trump looks at what they proposed and instinctively understood that this is rotten, that this is not anywhere near making America great again. Do the Democrats believe that only people in poverty, that only people from war-torn or tyrannical regimes…? Are they the key people that should be given preferential treatment to come to the United States?
Remember, the Democrats want these people as voters! It’s not all about compassion and the kingdom of God it’s about power and wealth. It’s politics. The Democrats need a permanent underclass. Donald Trump is looking at all of this. Every bit of his agenda is aimed at making America great again. It’s not just a slogan with him. It’s his life mission. So when you strip away all the wording and all of the fake liberal fainting spells and histrionic “Oh, my God,” reaction to what he said… When you look at the substance…
There’s a column by Scott Greer at The Daily Caller. The headline is right on the money: “Trump Blows up the Immigration Debate with Just One Question —“President Trump may have just nuked negotiations on an immigration deal with one question. ‘Why are we having all these people from countries come here?’ Trump was reported to say during a Thursday meeting with congressional leaders on making a deal to give legalization to the so-called DREAMers,” who are scheduled to be deported in March. “Trump made his comments in response to proposals to prevent the deportation of thousands of foreign nationals from Haiti, El Salvador and African countries who are dwelling in the U.S. on Temporary Protected Status,” since 2001.
They’ve had 17, 18 years of temporary status. They’re about to be sent back home. The Democrats are in a panic over this. These very refugees — these very people from Haiti, from Africa, from El Salvador — they’re telling us, “They can’t go back to their countries because their countries are too poor. Their countries are too dangerous. There’s just too many drugs! There’s too much violence.” In other words, because their countries are hellholes!
So naturally the comment irritates lawmakers, upsets them, and now the Democrats are probably not going to want to be seen making a deal with the POTUS who just said some of their voters come from hellhole countries. Now, I don’t know about you, but I don’t want to make a deal with these people. I want to defeat these people. I don’t want to compromise with these people because these people are simply looking for ways to bloat the federal voter registration rolls in various states.
Can you see past the bad language on one end (let no ungodly communication process out of thy mouth) and the disingenuous self-righteous grand standing of democrats on the other end? This isn’t about racism and individuals it’s about the condition of Nation States. The Democratic Party had a memo accidentally released that explains it all. Immigration is the way they will recruit votes to take back- and make permanent their political (socialist) plans for your future.
God save the Queen! (I’m in England)