The media’s latest meltdown is occurring in real-time before the nation, once again driven into a fury by the words of President Donald Trump, as anonymous reports of a meeting yesterday emerged revealing that the president used some “harsh language” while discussing immigration reform with lawmakers.
As reported by The Washington Post yesterday, President Trump shot down a proposed DACA bill from lawmakers during a closed-door meeting. However, this bill apparently contained absolutely no comprises in the form of border security, tighter immigration controls or tougher enforcement of existing immigration laws. Instead, it was simply blanket amnesty for a large portion of existing illegal immigrants in America as well as approving even more immigrants from third-world nations, such as Haiti.
With a single question, reportedly, President Trump blew up the entire DACA bill by asking a single question. “Why are we having all these people from sh-thole countries come here?” According to the report, Trump followed up by suggesting America should work on bringing more people in from countries such as Norway, and focus on bringing in the best and brightest, rather than migrants from third world countries who would immediately be placed on the American welfare system thanks to the taxpayers.
In essence, Trump is simply asking why the Democrats (along with their Republican amnesty supporters) insist on focusing so thoroughly on bringing in ONLY the most impoverished and uneducated migrants over those immigrants who wish to come to America legally while having something to offer, rather than requiring welfare immediately. Why not give priority to the best and brightest of the world, people who would integrate and assimilate to American culture, eager to take advantage of the opportunities the country provides, not simply looking for handouts.
Furthermore, the very argument leveraged by pro-amnesty and illegal immigration advocates use to prevent the deportation of illegal immigrants is that returning them to their countries of origins would be a “death sentence”. NBC along with other media outlets have long published articles saying that immigrants fear deportation is a death sentence, as apparently their home countries are so horrific that very few people can survive such abhorrent conditions.
If the home countries of illegal immigrants are so riddled with crime, corruption and violence that sending them back would ultimately result in their own deaths, then one could argue that Trump’s comments, although perhaps vulgar, held legitimate meaning.
“They’re sending people who have lots of problems, and they’re bringing those problems here. They’re bringing drugs, their bringing crime, they’re rapist and some, I assume are good people. And I speak to border guards and they tell us what we’re getting,” Donald Trump once stated as he spoke to the media announcing his presidential candidacy years ago.
Only days ago, some of Trump’s most diehard supporters were in a panic over a televised meeting between Trump and lawmakers from both sides of the aisle. During this meeting Trump expressed his openness to signing any DACA bill that lawmakers managed to place on his desk, which made it appear as if he was “caving” on DACA amnesty.
However, in true Donald Trump negotiating fashion, his true goals and opinions on immigration appear to have never once wavered, as his comments in yesterday’s closed-door meeting obviously reveal. Any such public statements of support for blanket amnesty without receiving significant border security in return would appear to be negotiating tactics.
As for Trump’s response to the latest media meltdown, the president tweeted out his unwavering message of placing America and its people first, blasting Democrats for wanting to offer non-citizens a “sweetheart deal”, and not a “fair deal”.
Sadly, Democrats want to stop paying our troops and government workers in order to give a sweetheart deal, not a fair deal, for DACA. Take care of our Military, and our Country, FIRST!
— Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) January 12, 2018
Trump also blamed the Democrats for noting be interested in life and safety, preferring to shut down the government by holding the budget bill hostage until they receive their DACA amnesty.
….Because of the Democrats not being interested in life and safety, DACA has now taken a big step backwards. The Dems will threaten “shutdown,” but what they are really doing is shutting down our military, at a time we need it most. Get smart, MAKE AMERICA GREAT AGAIN!
— Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) January 12, 2018
As the media continues their usual attacks on Trump by branding him a racist, Nazi and just pure evil, the core of his message continues to resonate with American citizens. A January 2nd poll shows that by nearly a 2-to-1 margin, likely 2018 voters said any amnesty for DACA illegal immigrants should include an end to Chain Migration and should REDUCE overall immigration.
If Congress decides to pass a bill to give young-adult ILLEGAL immigrants lifetime work permits and a path to citizenship, should the bill allow illegal immigrants to petition to obtain lifetime work permits for their extended families, or should the bill include an end to Chain Migration of extended families?
32% Allow work permits for extended families
57% Include an end to Chain Migration of extended families
12% Not sure
Finally, if any liberal reporter or amnesty advocate wishing to argue against Trump’s words, rebuttal by asking a simple question: “Would you rather live in Haiti or Norway?”