President Trump Defends ‘Tough’ Talk on Immigration, Slams Dems

DACA negotiations headed south.


Insiders have once again leaked information about a closed-door meeting that is getting the president in hot water with the liberal media.

When discussing immigration, the once again unnamed sources said the president stated, “Why are we having all these people from s—hole countries come here?” He then allegedly added that we should be looking for more people from countries like Norway to admit to the United States.

After the report was released, Rep. Mia Love (R-Utah), a Haitian-American, said Trump’s comments were “unkind, divisive, elitist, and fly in the face of our nation’s values.”

Trump immediately fired back at the media saying his comments were being blown out of proportion and inaccurate.

In addition to Love and the Dems, leaders of these countries are asking for an explanation of his comments, which I believe Trump has given in the series of tweets he released earlier today.

While his alleged language may have upset a lot of people, the fact is that he is dead on about those countries.

Let me clarify that by saying that I am not saying there are not good people in those countries that could contribute, but the countries to which the president was allegedly referring to in that matter are ridden with poverty and crime.

It is for that very reason extreme vetting is necessary. Do we want people from these countries that are going to come here, work hard, and contribute or do we want the dregs of these countries coming over here that will commit the same crimes in the United States they are committing in their countries right now?

In one of his other tweets, Trump indicated Dems are not looking for a fair deal regarding DACA, but rather a sweetheart deal and threatening the shutdown of our government if they don’t get it. That, of course, would mean our troops are no longer getting paid.

Dems are once again putting the concerns of people that should not even be in this country above not only our citizens, but those of the men and women that put their lives on the line every day to defend the United States.

I have long been a proponent of a merit-based immigration system.

This does not mean poor people will not be admitted to the United States, but rather anyone coming in will have a job or business opportunity secured and will actually contribute to this country rather than help bleed it dry by adding to our welfare chit.

Personally, I don’t care how the president said it, because it needed to be said. And whether people want to admit it or not, he is right.

Trump is not the first president to ever use harsh language in meetings and he surely will not be the last. The difference is every syllable he says is leaked out to the press and put into the spin machine to undermine his presidency.

This is our society today. It has become completely wussified to the point that any criticism or harsh language suddenly has to be explained as though it was murder.

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