The United States of America inaugurated a extremist boss when the electoral college put Donald Trump in the White House. The orange squatter in the Oval Office valid it once again when, during an immigration policy debate, he pronounced that America did not need people from, quote, “shithole countries” like Haiti and other bad countries where people of tone pang from famine, healthy disasters, and other crises who have sought retreat in America are from. On the other hand, Trump is ideally excellent with folks from, say, Norway coming here.
Hmmm….wonder what the disproportion could be?
Well, this latest debate of Racist Reality Show White House has caused a media firestorm, and CNN commentator and #NeverTrump Republican Ana Navarro went on radio to import in as usual. She called it like it is, and of course, Trump ancillary rascal Jason Miller was there to make a dope of himself once again while trying to explain divided Dotard’s latest extremist remark. Navarro began:
This country is good and the reason people wish to come here is since this country has been built decade after decade from the very start by people journey domestic persecution, by people journey ‘shitholes.’ They came from ‘shitholes’ in Africa, and they were shackled to the guts of ships, and churned and beaten and auctioned like property. A lot of them are buried in Arlington. Maybe when he was bustling dodging the breeze to Vietnam, instead of articulate about shitholes and being a public, shameless racist, he should take a walk outward the White House and see the names imprinted on the wall and see how many people come from ‘shitholes.’”
Of course, Miller had to carillon in and insist that the man he supports isn’t a racist, and instead babbled about immigration rather than actually pronounce on the theme at hand:
He will get a understanding finished on DACA. He is trying to get extensive immigration remodel finished in a way that Obama and Bush couldn’t.”
That’s when Navarro went all in, observant that Miller was behaving like a “buffoon” as he attempted to urge the indefensible:
You demeanour like a clown trying to make clarity of what this man is saying! This is Donald Trump being a racist. we don’t caring what you say.”
Of course, Ana Navarro is right. She is observant what everybody needs to say: Donald Trump is racist. His supporters are racist. And, many importantly, the Republican Party, as an institution, is racist. No, not every Republican is a racist. Not even close. But if you’re a racist, generally in the benefaction time, you’re substantially a Republican. If not, you’re really ancillary racism, and hell, undisguised white supremacy. Own it.
Watch the video of the sell below:
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