Wednesday, January 24, 2018

Infestation is not Immigration

The White House and Congress, when debating
a comprehensive immigration law, should take into
consideration that the problem isn't immigration
per se, but a situation that has turned it into one of
infestation when one ethnic group begins to engulf
the majority of the population and shattering any
semblance of a balanced diversification, endangering
the culture of the nation.

It's already happening across the pond, manifested
by the creation of the European Union, that has
mutated into a social and economic nightmare.
Progressives (aka) Democrats are enamored by the
European socialistic bend and want nothing better
than to follow their ideology into a quagmire that will
devour our American way of life, obliterating any
trace of our culture that has been envied by the
the world over.

The law of nature shows the devastation that can
happen when an alien species like an obnoxious
weed or tiger fish as example, is introduced into a
pristine area, causing extinction of the native species.
I can't see why I have to be delicate in how I portray
the ones who are responsible actors in this scenario,
so as not to offend them.

The previous administration protected these harbingers
of disorder with political correctness, but hopefully we
are now able to not have to mince words and get the job

Conservative commentary by George Giftos

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1 comment:

Donald Wirth said...

In 2009, crying Chucky Schumer said the following: "Illegal immigration is wrong. People who enter the United States without our permission are illegal aliens, and illegal aliens should not be treated the same as people who entered the U.S. legally". Isn't that the height of hypocrisy to listen to Schumer today, as he pontificates about those same illegal aliens? Shame on this two-faced senator, he is part of the "swamp" we must get rid of.