Wednesday, January 25, 2017

Trump orders construction of border wall, targets sanctuary cities

Frankly, I never believed Trump would fulfill his campaign promises. Cynic that I've become, I figured he was only saying whatever it took to get elected. Plus, I couldn't imagine the Deep State would permit Trump or anybody else to throw a monkey wrench into their plans for demographic revolution. And while it's too soon to say Trump has delivered, he's certainly off to a good start:

President Trump signed executive actions Wednesday ordering the construction of a U.S.-Mexico border wall and targeting sanctuary cities, following through on campaign promises that energized his base – and outraged his critics – during the 2016 campaign.

The orders cover a range of immigration enforcement measures. The marquee item is a directive to pursue a southern border wall.

“A nation without borders is not a nation,” Trump declared after signing the measures, while speaking to employees at the Department of Homeland Security. “Beginning today, the United States of America gets back control of its borders.”
Exactly. And of course, the Treason Lobby is up in arms. Scott Wiener of California tweeted:

Today Trump declared war on immigrants. Trump is in for one hell of a fight w CA. We will have our immigrant neighbors' backs.

Hey, Wiener, you're supposed to worry about Americans' backs, not the backs of invaders. Here's an idea: Why don't you secede?


James Owen said...

That's the thing about Leftists/Yankees. They want to hurt their designed enemies so bad,that they're willing to make common cause with hostile, foreign powers in order to do it. Cost them what it may.

Weaver said...

I knew Trump was the best gamble, but I didn't expect him to be this wonderful either.

Weaver said...

Trump mistake bigtime:

D. V. Arminius said...

Reckon Scott is related to Anthony (aka Carlos Danger)?

Weaver said...

The trade arguments made now are just wonderful.

It's amazing how that shifts though. Trump comes along, and suddenly everyone is thinking what Buchananites used to think.

Weaver said...

You can look at the recent Davos meeting, what people there supposedly wanted: Greater centralisation, more welfare, and more warfare. That's their solution to everything.

Pretty much what we want is less.

roho said...

Don't see my original comment?