One more and off to the gun bench. I would have paid good coin to see these pathetic creatures try to carry this off.
|Power to the jerkoffs! Whoo hoo!|
"So one argument I've heard quite a bit against Trump and his supporters is that he's running this "Nationalist" movement, and that all of his supporters are these absolutely horrifying "Nationalists." I'm just confused why that's a problem. Apparently I'm the bad guy for loving my country. I'm the bad guy for wanting the best for my country. I'm the bad guy for putting my country first. According to the left, you aren't an American unless you put the good being of every other country first. If you have the nerve to believe that maybe, just maybe, America should be protecting American lives first then you're the bad guy, and you're the problem. Being a patriot is an absurd concept to them. Some would even go as far as to say that this "Nationalism" is deplorable. This country is changing and it's about time. When loving your country is worthy of shame, while openly disrespecting it is praised, something clearly needs to be fixed..."
"The Ellis Island Medal of Honor is an American award founded by the National Ethnic Coalition of Organizations (NECO) which pays homage to the immigrant experience and the contribution made to America by immigrants and their children. The medals are awarded to native-born and naturalized U.S. citizens."
"The first black members of the US House and Senate were Republicans. The first civil rights legislation came from Republicans. Democrats gave us the KKK, Jim Crow, lynchings, poll taxes, literacy tests, and failed policies like the “Great Society.”
Republican President Eisenhower ordered troops to enforce school desegregation. Republican Senator Everett Dirksen enabled the 1964 civil rights legislation to pass, in opposition to Democrat Senators Robert Byrd (KKK Grand Wizard) and Al Gore, Sr.
As a matter of fact, it was Democrat President Lyndon Baines Johnson who stated, “I’ll have those niggers voting Democratic for the next 200 years” as he confided with two like-minded governors on Air Force One regarding his underlying intentions for the “Great Society” programs." (Col. Allen B West)
“[Donald Trump] does not need to speak to the ‘Never Trumpers,’ some of my friends — or maybe former friends — who suffer from a terrible case of moral superiority and put their own vanity and taste above the interest of the country,” Mr. Bennett said, Hot Air reported. “But he can speak to the middle and he can speak to the problems as he spoke in Milwaukee. And he can speak as he does to some audiences, particularly Martha. A lot of that Milwaukee address was to black America. I think that is something that he should do again.”