Trump Blows Up the DACA Deal with One Question
I guarantee you the Democrats walked out of that meeting at the White House that was televised salivating. I guarantee you they walked out of that thinking that they were on the verge of getting a deal on two things: the DREAMers, the DACA kids, and comprehensive immigration reform. And, lo and behold, they show up at the White House yesterday with their proposal for a new DACA deal and it is the worst thing in the world. It is absolutely abhorrent. It is nothing that you or anybody with common sense would support.
And what did Donald Trump do? He blew the whole thing up with one question, with one question he blew it up. And you know what the question was? Forget the words used. The question was: Why do you people on the Democrat side want to continue to bring people to this country that are not going to benefit this country? Why instead do you not want to bring the best and brightest of the world to this country? Why is it that you think that we need to bring people to this country who are incapable of helping themselves?
Whereas, for comedy, Mark Dice doesn't even bother to show his face and laugh at the media. He just shows them for who they really are:
Anyway, true to form, the establishment thinks that we're going to abandon Trump on this issue, and once again, they are completely and totally wrong.
Trump's 'shithole' comment denounced across the globe
And of course, Durbin himself illustrates his complete ignorance of American history:
Dick Durbin wrote:“In the course of [Trump’s] comments, [he] said things which were hate-filled, vile and racist,” Democratic Sen. Dick Durbin said Friday morning. “I use those words advisedly. I understand how powerful they are. But I cannot believe that in the history of the White House, in that Oval Office, any president has spoken the words that I personally heard our president speak yesterday.”
How does someone this idiotic get elected to high office? It's like he never heard of the Chinese Exclusion Act. It was first proposed and enacted by Republicans to last for ten years. Then, it was made permanent by the Democrats with the Geary Act (Geary street in San Francisco is named for Thomas Geary, by the way).
Does anybody disagree that Haiti is a shithole country?