Tucker Carlson Discusses Trump Refugee Executive Order With Advocate Kevin Appleby…

Kevin Appleby is a well known pro-refugee advocate from The Center for Migration Studies; essentially an advocate and lobbying group for the business end of refugee resettlement.

Most CTH readers are familiar with Baptist Child and Family Services (BCFS) and/or Catholic Charities, both groups gain hundreds of millions of taxpayer funds for their various refugee programs. “Hundreds of millions”. This is big business.

Tucker challenges Appleby on his expressed narrative, and by doing the well designed questioning approach – well, Appleby’s argument just collapsed. Watch:


This (also see below for data), is one of those areas where Rex Tillerson can have a massive common sense impact as *Secretary of State.

*NOTE* CTH is prudently deferring any additional research and discussion threads on the U.S. Department of State until after the Tillerson confirmation vote.

BCFS 2014

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266 Responses to Tucker Carlson Discusses Trump Refugee Executive Order With Advocate Kevin Appleby…

  1. Jeff says:

    Just another Jonathan Gruber type expounding the ” tortured language ” . The INSANE VORTEX of lies hoping to keep the CAPTURE BONDED HUMAN HERD inside the invisible fence in their HUMAN FARM .

    As In the Orwell novel ANIMAL FARM, where the crows represented the MEDIA …..” Oh you don’t want to go over there on THAT FARM ….you’re much safer here …..as we bring in more and more REFUJIHAD !!!!! ” INSANE IN THE MEMBRANE

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    • Kevin Sherlock says:

      We who are Catholics and Protestants need to pressure our church leaders to stop importing scum into this country for profit. Sundance profiled the Baptist organization. I am Catholic, and there are Catholic groups who pull the same crap. The Lutheran groups are even worse. (I hope no Jewish groups would be self-hating enough to import scum from Moslem cat litter box countries.)

      Other alleged charity groups affiliated with churches are profiteering too. I don’t want to turn this into a “your religion is false” crapfest; all of our religions seem to be falling short here. This does not reflect on the doctrine of our respective failths, but on the corruption and wrongheadedness of those who can make policy within these faiths. (Like America is a great country despite being run by the Bushes, Clintons. and Obamas.)

      These groups get contracts, and the taxpayers of the area they drop these alien scum in have to pay for all the social services these ingrates want. That’s not charity, that’s smuggling criminals and loafers, and extortion.

      Letters, phone calls, and especially withholding of support from the guilty church groups all work in the fight against this. We must alert our reps and the Trump Administration to stop these contracts as they are anti-American.

      In a parish we were in last year, the pastor bagged on Mr. Trump. I confronted him, and my wife and I and others sent our collection money to worthier charities. The parish lost 40% of its donations since he became pastor, and the bishop is now looking into the matter because I called the diocesan chancellor about this anti-American priest and suggested he look at the parish’s books to see the depths of the disapproval toward him..

      I’m sure our Protestand brothers and sisters could do likewise. We each are supposed to live according to the laws of God and the dictates of our consciences.

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      • skeinster says:

        This x 100,000.
        Our priest is very clear about the programs we have to donate to- our diocesan assessment, for example, so we don’t get shut down- and everything else he leaves up to our good judgment.

        What happened iniatally with the church/gov partnership was this: the gov noticed that way before social service programs, the churches had excellent charity orgs. of their own. So, the gov wanted to use their existing programs and offered federal funds to boost the operating budget of these programs.

        Alas, the churches found that he who pays the piper calls the tune, but they had become- in their minds- dependnet on the federal funds.

        I second Kevin’s suggestion- become well formed in what Christianity teaches about the limits of works of charity and contact your heirarchy..

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      • David_B says:

        How many “imported scum”, brought in with the help of any christian organization have you met again?
        It’s easy for you to sit on the internet and call people that, when you have never met one of them.
        I believe in the security of the united states, but I also believe we are the land of the downtrodden and persecuted.
        Tucker was being ridiculous. The question isn’t about the government paying for helping people who have been persecuted get to our country, or even those doing the work making money. It should be about the QUALITY of the job they are doing.


        • Linda Smith says:

          The group’s helping the so-called refugees get to this country are paying little to nothing out of their pocket to do so. The Feds. (our tax dollars) are paying for almost everything and still paying huge amounts to these groups (in the billions). Each refugee receives full government assistance (complete welfare programs; house, food, education, health care, etc.) and than an extra $3,500 a month.

          Are we taking care of our Seniors in this lavish fashion? Are we taking care of our Vets in this lavish fashion?

          Liked by 8 people

          • Coldeadhands says:

            In a word, no we are not taking proper care of vets or elder poor. Take taxpayer funds out of these church affiliated charities. Stop unnecessary interference by government in the function of these charities. Let them do their works as CHARITIES, not as lobbyists and refugee advocates. These refugees are brought here, given church/ government largess and still hate this country. (Case in point, Somalis in the Twin Cities returning to Somalia to train in jihad then returning here to wage jihad)
            I resent taxes being involved in this cycle. There is something mind numbing about paying and housing these people to hate and kill us.
            Carlson should examine the moslem intention toward world domination. Islam is an ideology of world conquest. It always has been, always will be.

            Liked by 6 people

          • Orygun says:

            Our own family members could use some assistance from the crushing economy and regulations that have destroyed their jobs and lives. We are giving people with no ties to our country a free ride to come kill us and complain while doing it. While our own family members can rely only on the family for help because they were born in this country or have the wrong skin color. If we provide assistance it should be to All Americans first as that is where the money comes from.

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        • Mist'ears Mom says:

          You must be kidding-right? These imported scum are everywhere. Besides given low income housing, food stamps, education and interpreters, medical and any other “free” social service from the taxpayer they get our jobs because our wonderful government gives tax breaks to the companies who hire these people. Have you been to an airport lately? Seattle, Portland and San Diego are infiltrated with Africans and muslims. I want to know how all these folks got such good jobs? Actually I know the government pays them to hire them-they don’t pay when Americans are hired.
          Yes the government pays for them to come here and 99% of them are muslim.

          Liked by 4 people

          • Yes, and it is comforting to get into a security line and have a fully costumed muslim check MY paperwork to see if I can get on a plane……Give me a fricken break

            Liked by 2 people

            • Mist'ears Mom says:

              TSA is a government (security) job-they wear uniforms so I don’t think your argument really flies if you were being serious. I’m talking about everywhere else in the airport they are working-jobs are vets and young Americans from the inner cities would love to have.


          • Marc says:

            Soon, the liberal areas are going to take up the German and Dutch model of refugee hiring: have the employer pay €1/hr and have the government make up the rest which can be well over €14/hr more. I can see states bankrupting themselves with hiring refugees at subsidized wages.

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        • Andy Krause says:

          Wrong. The question really is “what is the job” the religious charities should be doing. Your first sentence is a straw man argument. I’ve never met a serial killer but I know they can be dangerous and should not be living next to me. By the way I’m an immigrant, a naturalized citizen and America is my country. What are you? Based on your straw man, what’s your authority to speak on this?

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        • Sharon says:

          I have met them.Many of them.

          I had to deal with them in groups that nearly destroyed our small town in west central MN. I will not take either the space or the time to tell the stories about the destruction, the theft, the filth, the demands, the vocalized expections (accompanied by threats)……

          It’s easy for you to post challenges to the truth on the internet when you have not personally dealt with what someone else called “imported scum” whom I personally have seen threaten the elderly close up, stolen from the elderly close up, and personally demanded (as they waved their $900 phone in my face) “You pay! You pay!”

          Namecalling is unnecessary but the observations from which it rises are often accurate.

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          • Coldeadhands says:


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          • Sharon says:

            ….it was a $900 phone BILL he demanded that I pay – apparently they had just figured out that day that if you don’t pay your phone bill, the phone gets disconnected! Who saw that coming. He sure didn’t because their way was paved with cash and vouchers when they got off the plane.

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      • yy4u says:

        No insult intended to any religion here, but my former church (Episcopal) appears to have become a political party rather than a church — which is why I left and now belong to the Anglican Catholic Church.

        From what I read about the Roman Catholic Church these days, your pope seems to be at least as Red as Gorbachev was — maybe a little Redder.

        We all know about Reverend Wright’s “Church”. (A relative belongs to that same denomination and IMHO it’s nothing but a Left Wing political organization.) Then there are the Unitarians who are just as Democrat as the DNC — at least the one in my area.

        Sadly most of the less political groups still want to missionary by bringing in as many Third Worlders as they can.

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      • I’m Catholic. A study of Church history will tell anyone interested that over the last 2000 years, the Church has survived good and bad Popes. Most lay Catholics separate the Church from the Pope anytime he gets away from theological doctrine. That’s where we are today. Kevin is absolutely correct about the lay folks not giving to the “Catholic Charities”.

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  2. JoeS says:

    I am glad that Tucker Carlson called out this clown when he essentially said that if we stop taking refugees in, the Muslims here are going to get mad and commit acts of terror. ????????????

    Liked by 17 people

    • fuzzi says:

      But, but it’s just innocent women and children coming into our country, and they’re no risk because they are extremely vetted…

      …if that were the case, why the need to implement extreme vetting?

      I’d love to see someone publish the percentages of refugee women and CHILDREN under 13 who have been imported, compared to the total number foisted upon us by the previous/grevious administration.

      Liked by 4 people

    • yy4u says:

      I am not advocating anything, but I wonder how these bozos would respond if they were informed that IF a refugee commits an act of terrorism, THEY PERSONALLY will be considered an accessory to the crime.

      Also wonder what Madonna Ciccone would say if she thought that IF a loon blew up the White House a loon on the other side of the political spectrum would do the same to HER house.

      What goes on with the Left wing wackos is they NEVER are held accountable. They can say and do whatever enters their empty little minds and we just nod and smile and think or say “consider the source”. Well the bratty child we never held accountable or disciplined is now a 6’5″ monster 35 year old who picks his/her nose, scratches his/her private parts in public, curses and spits and destroys stuff when s/he doesn’t get his/her way.

      It is time to hold them accountable. Madonna should be put on the No Fly List, receive a call from the Secret Service AND the FBI.

      Liked by 1 person

    • yy4u says:

      Ya mean the Muslims aren’t mad at us now? Thank goodness. Did Tucker laugh out loud at this?

      Liked by 2 people

    • stonedome says:

      yeah, we all know they’ve been restrained so far

      Liked by 2 people

    • Trumped1 says:

      Dont critizise the religion of peace or they will behead you!

      Liked by 1 person

  3. guitar107 says:

    Nicely done, Tucker Carlson!

    Liked by 11 people

  4. Scott Berry says:

    HD large screen TV is a great invention! Watching Tucker interview this guy last night, it was clear in his body movements that he realized that he had made a huge mistake appearing on Tucker’s show…his panic was blatantly obvious, pursing his lips, eyes blinking and darting about as if he was looking for someone to put out the fire he had suddenly found himself in. His hands clinched together as if he were in his final death throes. Like Sundance says, there lots of money at stake here…

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  5. Wasn’t this “shared” charitable crap devised by George Bush – the “compassionate conservative”?

    Liked by 5 people

    • stonedome says:

      that’s the exact time I regretted my vote, and when he sent a billion tax dollars to fight aids in Africa, only to find out African men wouldn’t wear condoms.

      Liked by 1 person

  6. Looks like someone got #TUCKERed

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  7. Bob Thoms says:

    Tucker is masterful in the art of questjoning…and he does it withba smike.

    dana perino is President always letting viewers know she ( and her family) grew up helping refugee resettlers…….with a “holier than thou” attitude.

    Liked by 4 people

  8. I for one am sick and tired of the God hating left wrapping themselves in Christianity and the Flag to cloak their evil destructive and nefarious schemes, These people have no shame, and may be pathological liars. At a minimum they have a Personality Disorder.

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  9. Jeff says:

    This exchange on the video was not a ” spontaneous protest to a youtube video ” .it was NOT a spontaneous rebuttal to an insane GRUBER LIBERAL

    ..it was a STAGED exchange to get the ” conservatives ” to come BACK to FOX IS NOT NEWS in the reconciliation stage of the CYCLE OF ABUSE . FOX promoting TUCKER CARLSON as your NEXT CAPTOR !!!!

    The outcome was expected …and STAGED by these GLOBALIST ACTORS to lure YOU back to the FOX …HUMAN FARM !!

    Setting you up for the next phase …….

    SOMETHING YUGE is planned by President Trump and the corporate owned FOX has to diminish and marginalize it when it comes !!

    FIRST …President Trump must build up our military…..then …

    Well here is a clue. To END THE FED or AUDIT THE FED there would be an epic struggle with the uni-party …but President Trump has another plan . He enumerated in his detailed plan to pay off the debt .


    • JoeS says:

      Sorry, Twitter “links” is currently not working for some reason, and I was trying to copy this quote from “Ramzpaul”:

      “Policy decisions are now based on who has the best dead children pics.”

      Liked by 1 person

  10. Anthony Earl says:

    so it just comes down to $$, i mean $$$$$$$ over security. someone please tell me why we even bring them here in the first place.

    Liked by 2 people

    • stonedome says:

      free stuff = democrat votes…demograpically our birthrate is low, so the solution is to import “refugees”, who become loyal voters that will support big government from cradle to grave.


  11. 77bassguitarist says:

    There is a part of me that truly wish this idiotic man and his ilk could be dropped off in the middle of raqqa, syria etc to meet the fanatics they love so much, it wouldn’t take long for them to realize there foolish stupidity they would almost immediately pay with their heads….there truly is no help for the liberal brain.

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  12. Duhders says:

    I wish we had a Congress full of Tucker Carlson’s, our nation would be unstoppable. Imagine the trickle down effect of common sense that would occur throughout business, schools and citizens…oh to dream.

    Liked by 6 people

  13. DGinGA says:

    When the refugee advocate kept insisting that every one of these refugees goes through a 2-3 year vetting process, I wish Tucker had challenged him on that. Even Obama and Kerry admitted that we are NOT currently vetting these people, we’re just bringing them over. Ask the good citizens of Minnesota, mostly well-meaning Socialists, how they like all of the Somali refugees the Lutheran church has dropped into their midst.

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  14. TakeBackOurRepublic says:

    Expect a lot of splodey heads from this executive order. They’re outraged under the pretext of humanitarianism but this is all about money, OUR MONEY, lining the pockets of everyone involved in the resettlement of extremely under-vetted refugees being selected by the UN.

    The following excerpt is from Ann Corcoran’s excellent blog. The entirety can be found at https://refugeeresettlementwatch.wordpress.com/refugee-resettlement-fact-sheets/

    Refugee resettlement is profitable to the organizations involved in it. They receive money from the federal government for each refugee they bring over. They have almost no real responsibilities for these refugees. After 4 months the “sponsoring” organization is not even required to know where the refugee lives.

    There are 9 main major refugee resettlement organizations (Volags from “Voluntary Agency”) with approximately 450 affiliated organizations throughout the country; many are run by former refugees. Below are the 9 Volags that operate today:

    US Conference of Catholic Bishops (USCCB),
    Lutheran Immigrant Aid Society (LIRS),
    International Rescue Committee (IRC),
    World Relief Corporation,
    Immigrant and Refugee Services of America (IRSA),
    Hebrew Immigrant Aid Society (HIAS),
    Church World Service (CWS),
    Domestic and Foreign Missionary Service of the Episcopal Church of the USA,
    Ethiopian Community Development Center (ECDC),

    Below are some of the sources of income for Volags:

    a. $1,850 per refugee (including children) from the State Department.

    b. Up to $2,200 for each refugee by participating in a U.S. DHHS program known as Matching Grant. To get the $2,200, the Volag need only show it spent $200 and gave away $800 worth of donated clothes, furniture or cars.

    c. The Volag pockets 25% of every transportation loan it collects from refugees it “sponsors”.

    d. All Volag expenses and overhead in the Washington, DC HQ are paid by the U.S. government.

    e. For their refugee programs, Volags collect money from all federal grant programs – “Marriage Initiative”, “Faith-based”, “Ownership Society”, etc., as well as from various state and local grants.

    The program is so lucrative that in some towns the Catholic Church has lessened support for traditional charity works to put more effort into resettlement. It uses collection offerings to promote the refugee resettlement program.

    Despite their rhetoric, refugee agencies have steadfastly refused to use their own resources to maintain the U.S. refugee resettlement program. Public money has thoroughly driven out private money.

    A program known as the Private Sector Initiative allowed sponsoring agencies to bring over refugees if the agencies were willing to cover costs of resettlement and support. It was discontinued for lack of use in the mid-1990s. Today the agencies are on record as opposed to diverting more federal refugee dollars to overseas refugee assistance (where each dollar will go further in helping refugees) because it might mean fewer dollars for them!

    As with other government-dependent industries there is a revolving door between the refugee industry and the federal government which pays its bills.

    Liked by 5 people

    • skeinster says:

      This is why I use CTH as my main political blog. Between SD and the commenters, so much information and explanation.
      We can’t argue the policies if we don’t have the facts- thanks to all who put in the work.

      Liked by 3 people

      • TakeBackOurRepublic says:

        I agree and get at least 80% of my info from CTH and the links and comments made by my Treehouse family. This is my home away from home site!


    • Texmom says:

      There is no transparency, either, with these shelters for illegal “children”. You can’t see them or interview them or know what happens to them. Many are supposedly released to “family members” who are not necessarily even related to them. Example, go to the Southwest Keys website, where they clearly state that you have to get permission from Washington DC to even talk to them.

      Liked by 1 person

    • corimari2013 says:

      Thank you so very much, TakeBackOurRepublic, for the detailed and eye-opening information. I am keeping it.

      Liked by 1 person

  15. mamadogsite says:

    Shared this video on Facebook.

    I don’t think many Americans completely understand what a fraud against the American taxpayers this has become.

    We have always been a compassionate country, but when our vets and many seniors go without needed medications and help, (while religious organizations are fast-streaming immigrants who receive full benefits at the expense of taxpayers), we desperately need a Rex Tillerson to step in and sort through this mess.

    What happened to the seperation of church and state. Sounds to me like the churches and Government are in a financial partnership.

    But….what do I know? I’m just a deplorable.

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  16. jefcool64 says:

    Starting to like this Tucker Carlson guy. Weary of anything media of course, but I know good journalism when I see it.

    Liked by 1 person

  17. fred says:

    We can be good people and have Christian ethics and be generous but…..We can’t be stupid and survive…….Islam has our number and use it everyday….First one…Jesus told us to accept all and do good works and not concern ourselves with how the downtrodden got that way………..Thats why in Mexico all those women with babies on street corners……… all the gringos give money to…Yep it’s an organized scam run by gangs. Don’t tell me no I lived there….. late night preachers promise heaven for donations…Refugees and Catholic charities the epitome of this old scam………………. Next one is we were all refugees and that’s who we are…Not who I am..I vet. no criminals or drug guys or terror guys ..we are not the same. This is the one tricky Islam uses the most and politicians spew this to make you feel guilty…It’s unconstitutional……..These are the libs talking points conveniently……….Be smart Jesus did not want you to put you and yours in danger to be charitable……….Our forefathers did not intend us to be so overly concerned with freedom that we die doing so………….

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  18. For years I’ve been preaching : We need to take care of our own first. It’s not happening and has not happened in my memory.

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  19. Mist'ears Mom says:

    Kudos to Tucker-this “refugee resettlement” scam has got to end. If these volags want to do charitable work let them do it on their own dime-not mine.
    Tucker should have asked this guy how much he makes a year-it is outstanding. The employees of these volags pay themselves and their staff quite generously with our tax dollars.
    They have 6 figure incomes, Cadillac benefits-401K’s, health/dental etc., go on lavish trips, stay at the best hotels and eat at the best restaurants-all paid for by – you guessed it, you and me the average hardworking American taxpayer. Everything they do we pay for.
    Is it any wonder they are in a panic? Their money train is about to pull into the station.
    It is about time-Tucker is right it is stealing our money to pay for something that does not benefit us!

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  20. imatexan says:

    Church World Services (CWS) Global is one of nine of the largest resettlement organizations. This is big business for these organizations. Notice how much federal aid CWS is bringing in. It’s outrageous! Just think how many Veterans could be helped.


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  21. imalulu says:

    Has ANYONE looked at the TRUE poverty and unemployment rate in our own country??? Since Obama came into office, the poverty rate in my county has risen to nearly 16%,(2014) from 7.4%(2006)!!! How,in the name of all that’s Holy, does ANY sane person think we should be importing more poverty into our already struggling economy by bringing these Syrians HERE??? Sorry folks,I am watching my own town slide into a drug-infested-run-down-hell-hole with our own unemployed men wandering the streets. It would be nice if these despotic politicians and their lying media, who caused/enabled all this, could show half as much care for the U.S. citizens as they do every other country’s problems…which need to STAY in their own borders!!! MAGA!!!

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  22. GSR says:

    Importing Muslims is just plain dumb. Their culture is not vastly different from ours but Christian Americans, are just foolishly naïve enough to do it.
    The whole refugee thing is a money making racket masked as charity. And it fits “hand n glove” with the UN and Globalists desire to “de-White” the USA.

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  23. GSR says:

    Typo – Muslim culture IS VASTLY different from ours…

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  24. David Caskey says:

    Can anyone articulate a difference between Islam and the KKK. If not, then why are we taking in KKK members or the equivalent? As to encouraging more people to be terrorist, that is called a target rich environment, so I have no problem with the concept.


  25. Patriot 1 says:

    This guy is a pure leftist using Christianity to push his narrative. Considering how many Christians don’t know their own religion makes his job easy.
    Just hearing the name Berkley alongside the word religion should make the average person pause.


  26. The Boss says:

    So let’s get this straight again. Muslims who hate us are fleeing Muslim countries to live with people who hate them?

    Liked by 1 person

  27. Dekester says:

    We enjoy Tucker immensely. Last nights show was one of his best.

    Up this way ( Canada.) We have the same insanity going on. Several different ” Christian.” Churches espouse utter nonsense as regards most things.
    However this refugee criminal enterprise has taken the cake.
    I know I will be pillared, but am past really caring. The majority of what’s coming out of the Western churches is just propaganda and mis information.

    We are lucky in our community as we have had a massive influx of wealthy, educated and enterprising Chinese and Sikhs. They know the weaknesses and strengths of the system, and the vast majority do not believe in any of this PC nonsense.

    They certainly don’t accept Muslim insurgence.
    We may be in trouble though as our idiot PM is in Soro’s pocket. Let us hope DJT grabs him by the B***s and lays down the law.

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  28. navysquid says:

    Great takedown, Tucker!

    Liked by 2 people

  29. Mr.Right says:

    Its amazing how many people refuse to educate themselves on islam.
    We have made so many movies on the evil of the third reich, but have not educated anyone on the bigger evil and madness of islam.

    Muslim terrorist are the most visible. But even if not a single muslim committed murder in the name of their ideology, islam would still be pose the problem.

    And if we want to help muslim in war torn region (muslim killing muslim), displacing them across the globe is NOT the solution.

    And seriously, HOW MANY central/south america children did Germany take in ?
    how about France? China ? etc…


    We already have 10s of millions of refuge/migrants from central & south America,
    and the world tell us to take even more ? They all basically tell us “Do as you are told America”

    We already have the biggest visa program of any country on earth.
    And still people are lecturing us ? We are not the TRASH of this world.

    When France/Germany takes in 1+ million latino refuge a years, lets talk again.
    And when they offer a quarter million work visa a year + green cards + visa ,
    maybe just maybe their lecturing wont be hypocritical.

    Also why are none of the neighbor of Iraq/Sirya taking in refuge ?
    Saudi arabia are taking in ZERO refuge.
    But offer to build mosque all over the western world to advance islam and permanently create islamic enclave in Christian countries.

    We are at war… We need to stop the madness.

    No more fake “REFUGE” … and we need to ban islam ASAP.

    The islamic totalitarian ideology is a CANCER.

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  30. It appears that the Baptist and Catholics are making hay at taxpayer expense. What about sponsoring other religions? What about separation of church and state. I personally do not believe in Baptist or Catholics…. What about what I believe. Shall I get a couple of million $$$ to promote my beliefs…

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