I’ve been spending a little time on Twitter battling knobhead leftists who insist Trump said “Mexicans are rapists.”
It’s fascinating. When asked to provide proof of that Trump said this, they point to this quote-
“When Mexico sends it people, they’re not sending their best. They’re sending people that have lots of problems. They’re bringing drugs. They’re bringing crime. They’re rapists. And some, I assume, are good people.”
No matter how many times you explain that this is Trump talking about border jumpers, many who are violent, have criminal records, are rapists, they insist “Trump said Mexicans are rapists.”
This is mental retardation, in the classic sense.
They can’t grasp the meaning when Trump says, “and some, I assume, are good people.”
A sharp person picks up on the sarcasm. Trump is saying that we shouldn’t be in the position to have to assume what kind of person is sneaking in. We have the right to pick and choose who gets the privilege of becoming an American citizen. A president has that duty to America’s citizenry, to protect us.
Still, the leftist hears what they want to hear.
Another pitfall of having to deal with a knobheaded leftist is when they suddenly hear racism because you used a particular word.
Chain migration, a term that’s been around long before Trump used it, has now been deemed racist, because of the word CHAIN.
Blacks were put in chains, so chain migration means slavery.
No, chain migration means what chain migration was developed to describe. See 30 second video below.
But DICK Durbin says it’s racist now, even though he’s on record using the term in the past.
Chain Migration Explained in 30 Seconds pic.twitter.com/GN8H0SJXKF
— NumbersUSA (@NumbersUSA) December 28, 2017
So, according to DICK, these are some terms we can no longer use-
Chain store. — A place where slaves work
Chain reaction.—- A term describing how a slave can start behaving like a slave before him reacts, and so on an so on.
Chain drive. — A mechanism in a car’s transmission that a slave owner drives.
Chain letter. — A letter passed amongst slave owners.
Chain-link fence. — the fence put up to keep in slaves.
Chain of command. — the hierarchy of a white supremacist organization.
Chain smoke. — Newports.
Chainsaw —- The machinery used by slave owners to clear cut land to build a plantation.