Reducing another bastion of the establishment to rubble.
The next is Hollywood.
Keep a watchful eye on CPUKErs. Ann Coulter is:
We love you, but stop potting around. In a libertarian world … but we’ll settled for States’ Rights:
Related to the above. Did he just say States’ Rights? Joy!
The Freaks of the Therapeutic State:
Tied up in knots by Fake News:
Bosom buddy Lindsey Graham:
Miners are the epitome of tragic heroes:
Tucker Carlson Socratically questions his Republican simpleton guest (6:10 in): “Our current understanding is that foreigners can come here until we can show they pose a danger to us. Shouldn’t our assumption be that nobody has the right to come here until they can show us the benefit of their coming here?”
Tucker went on to observe that “the People whom the congress is supposed to be representing are largely not in favor of resettling Syrian refugees. Only 36% in favor [and likely virtue signalling to the surveyors posing the questions. Survey methodology is notoriously confounded by a bias whereby, from the questions asked, the surveyed sense the “right” reply and oblige the individual questioning them]. People are not for this. Why wouldn’t the congress take this up? They’re supposed to be representing The People.” And, “Do employers have the moral right to low-wage labor?”
Tucker is an immigration patriot because he suggests restricted in-migration based on reasons other than “the security of the American people.” The latter is the sum total of the case made by all at Fox News other than Tucker Carlson.
Moreover, everyone at Fox News currently concurs that we have no problem with legal immigration, only with the illegal variety. It’s now mandatory to pair an objection to the invasion of the American Southwest with an embrace of all forms of legal immigration. The sole emphasis on border security has, in all likelihood, entrenched the status quo—Americans will never assert their right to determine the nature of the country they live in and, by extension, the kind of immigrants they welcome. The security risk newcomers pose is the only permissible topic for conversation. So I wrote in 2006.
Eleven years hence, and Tucker has broken the mold on Fox News.
Give Tucker time, and he’ll question “diversity.”
Deplorables love it. The country’s in favor:
All those Alexander Bells Keep Coming.
Dershowitz would do the job, too; he enjoys a challenge. Thought you hired the best, POTUS:
As part of renewing his vows with his voters, Donald Trump promised no more migrants from Dar al Islam.
“We will restore the sovereignty of the united states, finally end illegal immigration, construct a great wall at the border, dismantle the criminal cartels, liberate our communities from the epidemic of gang violence and drugs pouring into our nation. We will ask Congress to reform our immigration programs to protect jobs and wages for American workers. The Forgotten Men and Women of Our Nation. to keep our nation safe and secure from terrorism we sill suspend immigration from regions where it cannot be safely processed. People are pouring into our country. I don’t have to say who’s lettering them in any more. We don’t need San Bernardino. We don’t need another Orlando. We don’t need another World Trade Center. We don’t need Paris or Nice. Look at Germany. We have enough problems. Your state has just experienced a violent another atrocity at the great Ohio State University. That further demonstrates the security threats stupidly created by our very very stupid politicians: refugee programs. The job of the president is to keep America safe and that will always be my highest priority.”
We will do everything in our power to keep the scourge of terrorism out of our country. People are pouring in from regions of the middle East. We have no idea who they are, where they come from, what they’re thinking. We’re going to stop that dead cold flat.”
No more Tashfeen Maliks:
Ann Coulter’s looking out for us:
Gen. James Mattis:
Local over global:
UPDATE (1/9): Islam & Terrorism:
The question’s so improbable, you’ve probably never asked it of yourself: Has an American president ever directly affected your life for the better? Not mine. Donald Trump, however, has already delivered on his promise to directly champion the cause of flesh-and-blood, working Americans.
When the New York Times doesn’t trash Trump for the Carrier feat, you know it’s BIG:
From the earliest days of his campaign, Donald J. Trump made keeping manufacturing jobs in the United States his signature economic issue, and the decision by Carrier, the big air-conditioner company, to move over 2,000 of them from Indiana to Mexico was a tailor-made talking point for him on the stump. … On Thursday, Mr. Trump and Mike Pence, Indiana’s governor and the vice president-elect, plan to appear at Carrier’s Indianapolis factory to announce a deal with the company to keep roughly 1,000 jobs in the state, according to officials with the transition team as well as Carrier.
Carrier worker Robin Maynard expressed joy and gratitude on the Castro News Network. CNN, however, managed to spin the Carrier deal Trump has struck before inauguration as … a possible negative. (At what price, etc.)
I hated both George Bush and Barack Obama. Other than to read prepackaged speeches and make the right sounds at crucial times in their presidency (in Obama’s case mostly when the victim was black)–they did nothing to directly help suffering Americans. If anything, the opposite is true. They’d arrive on stage, read a pre-prepared speeche, maybe authorize appropriations via a bureaucracy, and go back to their privilege.
Trump has not granted a handout; he’s helped people keep their livelihood.
Well done, President Elect Trump.
UPDATE (12/1): Some idiots like Bernie Sanders don’t get it.