Video of Democrats Supporting Trump Immigration Position – A Reply to 84 Lumber’s Support for Illegal Immigration…

On Super Bowl weekend, 84 Lumber produced a documercial containing their political appeal toward all Americans and demanding that our nation should fully support illegal mass immigration.  The building and supply company purchased a $15 million  advertisement to air during the NFL championship football game.

The open border Democrat and progressive constituency has applauded the position of 84Lumber, however there has also been massive back-lash from Americans who simply request the enforcement of borders and a reasonable immigration policy.

Here’s a reply to 84 Lumber using part of their produced commercial to draw out the inherent hypocrisy behind the open border community which now rails against any common sense immigration enforcement.  WATCH:


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123 Responses to Video of Democrats Supporting Trump Immigration Position – A Reply to 84 Lumber’s Support for Illegal Immigration…

  1. Katherine McCoun says:

    Excellent!!! thank you for posting this and thank you to the creator of this video. Powerful and effective

    Liked by 26 people

    • vexedmi says:

      Well that settles it than, the Dems are/were for the WALL too.

      Liked by 5 people

    • swimologist says:

      The un-United States of America lost the war in Vietnam because the ruling elite in America sought to oppose the satanic Jacobinism of the communists with their own brand of Jacobinism – democratic capitalism. Even if the United States had won the war what would they have won? They would have won a war for Satan, because Satan was fighting for both sides. And in most cases the more overtly satanic cause wins in a clash between two Satanisms, because the more overtly satanic power is not divided between mad-dog liberals and lukewarm liberals, as was the case with the United States in the Vietnam War.

      If the Trump coalition stays in the lukewarm waters of moderate liberalism they will be defeated by the mad-dog liberals. And they will be defeated very quickly because there is a demonic energy to full-blown Jacobinism that can only be stopped by full-blooded, integral Christian Europeans. Neo-pagans, moderate liberals, and intellectual Christians cannot defeat satanic, Jacobin liberalism…

      Read the rest at Cambria Will Not Yield.

      Liked by 1 person

  2. Craig W. Gordon says:

    Oh my goodness! This video is classic. Oblama, hiLIAR, cuck shoe, and BJ clintoon all agree to build a wall just like Trump wants. Hahaha!!!

    Liked by 15 people

  3. Pam says:

    This video would be a great case for the GOP to use against the Dems next year during the midterms. Use their words against them. This is the true definition of flip flopping on immigration.

    Liked by 22 people

    • Jim says:

      The Classic Alinsky tactic! Make them adhere to their own rules.

      Liked by 13 people

    • Fe says:

      Pam, totally agree. Powerful video. I posted on my FB page with a question why didn’t these democrats build the wall? The second video was powerful too, reality check indeed. My only suggestion is that the wall needs to be 10 ft taller.

      Liked by 3 people

      • Maquis says:

        And Thirty Feet Deeper! Particularly in areas with urban cover on both sides of the border. Like with the “Palestinians”, tunnels make good money and easy trafficking, including the taking of hostages.

        We need deep walls, significant sensor technology, and innovative methods of destroying such tunnels quickly, inexpensively, completely, and safely, especially for our front line defenders.


    • Guest says:

      They would if they were anti-illegal invasion.


  4. sunnydaze says:

    Doesn’t it seem like a pro-Illegal Immigrant Lumber/Building Company MUST be in the pocket of some of the larger Building Co’s. that are hiring illegals to keep wages down?

    Otherwise, I’m having a hard time figuring out how it could possibly be in 84Lumbers interest to do this.

    They must have an “extra” revenue stream that’s making up for their losses from smaller businesses and individual Americans.

    Liked by 12 people

    • Stinky-Inky says:

      Advertising agency creatives want to make “mini-films” instead of ads. That’s what they call them–mini-films. The creative money from the brands is being concentrated among fewer and fewer agencies. These creatives don’t understand, much less use, the brands for which they create the films. They live in a bubble where the objective is not to grow market share, but who has the most pretty pictures on their reel.

      Advertising has always been about connecting emotions to brands to make people want to buy the products. Now they want to “send a message” about politics, which of course, is death to a brand, because it makes the brand pick sides, thus alienating half, and in the case of Budweiser and 84 Lumber, most of its target market. This ad wil probably win awards though inside that bubble, even as customers resign their 84 Lumber accounts in protest.

      Liked by 15 people

    • Paul Killinger says:

      Because their owner is another billionaire nutcase (Hardy Board) who relies on cheap labor for his fortune.


  5. racerxx says:

    This one was pretty funny too.

    Liked by 7 people

    • Just how was this ad supposed to generate sympathy? This woman doesn’t have anybody in Mexico to help her out? The ad makes Mexico look like a bunch of degenerates who drive women and their daughters out of their country. That’s all.

      Liked by 13 people

      • sunnydaze says:

        Pretty sure it’s using the “Share the Wealth” angle.

        They’re Poor, You’re Rich = Share Your Wealth.

        Rich Mexicans don’t walk across the dessert, poor ones do.

        Liked by 5 people

      • Lawrence says:

        Message: Mexico is so great and the people are so lovely that they don’t rape the two young women traveling alone and penniless, yet everyone wants to get the F OUT! of Mexico.

        Liked by 5 people

        • All American Snowflake says:

          I don’t get it…. every Mexican I have ever seen waving a flag was waving a Mexican flag.

          Liked by 4 people

        • Orygun says:

          If the video was real she would be raped multiple times and left for dead while her daughter was sold to a pedophile. Meanwhile Mexico does nothing but escort them to our border so they can keep their drug pipeline running. If Mexicans gave a flying fig they would take control of their own country and remove all the cartels and drug money instead of encouraging this mess.

          Liked by 4 people

          • TheLastDemocrat says:


            Consider the chances that any female from age of 10 to 50 can walk those thousands of miles, defenseless, and arrive at a destination city unmolested.

            Then, to remain unmolested.

            The open border is bad because an open border fosters lawlessness. There are not two ways about it. Well, you can look at it realistically, or the other way is to look the other way, ignoring these females in the compromised situations.


      • As Brittany Hughes in the above video remarks, to me it makes 84 lumber look very selfish.

        The trip for illegals across the desert can be deadly.

        It is not a stroll in the garden where you might just get a little sweaty and dusty.

        And for a women making the trip alone with only her small daughter as a companion, it is especially fraught with additional dangers of beatings and rapes.

        These vicious attacks have nothing to do with the USA, all are perpetrated by citizens of Mexico and some Central American countries.

        And none of it has anything do do with the fact that every country has a right to control their borders and control who enters their country.

        These companies who have picked the wrong side on the immigration fight are going to learn the hard way.

        They have misjudged the American people who will fight for their homes and their families.

        The American people will never, ever give up this fight.

        We will never surrender.

        84 lumber and its compadres will lose this one especially and many, many other battles to come.

        Liked by 2 people

    • That horn is a great sound effect! Didn’t see it coming!😂

      Liked by 1 person

  6. farmhand1927 says:

    College kids and paid thugs that riot and terrorize don’t buy much lumber. Trump supporting home builders, handymen and handywomen, farmers and carpenters do.

    It’s amusing to watch businesses play the Left’s games, hoping to gain favor and keep rioters and protestors from their doors. 84 Lumber, Papa John.s Pizza, big box clothing stores that are going down the tubes in the first place and all the corporations that employ illegal immigrants and refugees, some brought here with the intent of pushing Americans out of their jobs, such as Disney has done, We, the 63 million Americans that voted for President Trump and are steadfast in our support, say “Good luck with that”. You apparently don’t want our business and we don’t want to give you our hard earned money.

    84 Lumber, in case you aren’t aware, The Home Depot corporation stands with Trump. And they sell lumber, too.

    Liked by 28 people

    • Hanna says:

      Thanks for the heads up – will never get a pizza at Papa Johns either!

      Liked by 7 people

      • jackphatz says:

        Papa John just came out recently as pro Trump.

        Liked by 1 person

        • darththulhu says:

          That is very little, very late. I haven’t done any business with Papa Johns in a long while, and he is going to need to hold the line a long while to change my mind.

          Liked by 2 people

        • farmhand1927 says:

          A couple days before the super bowl the owner commented that he is against the pause on immigration. He must be fine with jeopardizing the safety and lives of his customers. Making America Safe Again means making tough decisions, not bending in political winds and caving on such an important issue.

          Liked by 3 people

        • RP says:

          True story – Hunter Smith, a punter for Indpls Colts a few years back shared a story that at a Super Bowl (the Colts weren’t it) ….Papa John came up to him and asked to do a quick tv promo for PJ’s Pizza. Hunter agreed and did a quick promo and PJ smiled, said thank you and handed him a $20 PJ gift certificate.

          Hunter wasn’t expecting anything but thought it was was pretty awkward and later as funny as hell.

          Also an aside they call it Papa Juans in Mexico, PR and Dominican Republic…

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    • frangelica1 says:

      I bought most of my lumber, windows and other supplies from Home Depot when I built my house at the Jersey Shore. I am even more happy I used them as my supplier now instead of a traitor supply company!


  7. Publius2016 says:

    Biggest joke ever perpetuated on an American Super Bowl audience. There is no way a woman and a female child would be able to navigate the road through Mexico to the United States alone. They would be kidnapped within hours. The sad reality is that Mexico is becoming a failed state right on our border. The new left ideology is changing a very proud culture of freedom and family. Many Mexicans want benefits without work and free housing. Like the modern inner city, there are groups of people looking to profit over more hopelessness and failure. 84 Lumber is another in a long line of charlatans.

    Liked by 14 people

  8. citizen817 says:

    So when a demorat suggests border enforcement…It’s fine.
    But “oh noes”, a Republican suggestion…terrible.
    The hypocrisy is striking!

    Liked by 14 people

    • Zoe says:

      Would that be because if democrates “fix” the problem then more will vote for them, but if republicans fix the problem then democrates might loose those votes.

      Liked by 3 people

  9. M33 says:



    With their own words, now they are utter hypocrites.
    Trump even used Clinton’s own phrases in his speeches.

    My how far left the left has now gone…

    Liked by 14 people

  10. Sentient says:

    Never heard of 84Lumber until the last week, but I’ll remember to boycott them in perpetuity. Budweiser, too.

    Liked by 21 people

  11. Katherine McCoun says:

    I love the video shared above. However, I have watched the commercial and while it does represent many immigrants illegal journey, I saw it as supporting President Trump’s plan to build a wall, have a great big beautiful door and continue to welcome Legal Immigrants who love America, freedom and want to be here.

    Their journey makes them look illegal but the Huge Wall, the featuring of the wall being built by diverse group of Americans (presumably) and the BIG Beautiful door that they go through v. climbing over a fence or sneaking through or wandering along a fenceless border made sense to me as the theme of Building the Wall and continuing to Welcome Legal Immigration through the Big Beautiful Door. That is the way the wall being built and the ending seem to me.

    However, not reading the timing and mood of the room to go through the long journey that made it seem that they were sympathetic to illegal immigration or to talk about the wall or immigration period. Safer.

    Either way, a video featuring Dems own words is golden and needed. They only changed their tune to oppose President Trump and it is pure politics to have flipped like this. Or they were just pretending their stance to get elected and never meant to do anything once they were elected. Based on their track record I believe it is the latter.

    Another interesting take on the commercial.

    Liked by 8 people

    • wolfmoon1776 says:

      This guy is really, really good. I love the way he uses his marketing experience to basically debunk the ad as romanticizing illegal immigration / border crossing. And he has a very common sense view of the world, too.

      Liked by 5 people

  12. petszmom says:

    perfect timing. one of my most liberal, jewish, not very smart FB friends posted a link to an article about the inhumane acts that people committed at the airport during the ‘ban’ as part of their job. i posted this on her thread to show her the hypocrisy of the people she supports. i also added the inhumane acts committed by her groups shutting down 1st amendment rights for milo at berkeley and the next night at nyu and why didn’t she comment on THAT.

    Liked by 15 people

  13. Martin says:

    We are simply watching the Schumer principle in action:

    What I say now is the only thing that matters.

    Demonstrating hypocrisy only strengthens their resolve. Because xenophobia.

    Liked by 13 people

  14. citizen817 says:

    Liked by 10 people

  15. vikingmom says:

    The people and companies who continue to push for open borders are the real racists! They do not care one whit about the people coming across illegally. They are viewed as a disposable, easily exploited source of cheap labor or another notch on the belt of the social justice pimps who get rich out of signing up hordes of people for programs and services, for which they get a kick-back!

    Liked by 4 people

  16. LadyRavenSDC says:

    Mark Dice might appreciate a “job well done” for that video!

    Liked by 7 people

  17. joninmd22 says:

    I thought 84 lumber had gone out of business. It’s not too late to make that happen.

    Liked by 5 people

  18. R-C says:

    What that reply video shows is that the average politician will say ANYTHING to pander to an audience.

    Having the steel in the spine to actually do something about the problem that they all spoke about so eloquently? Not so ubiquitous.

    THAT is why we elected Mr. Trump.

    Liked by 9 people

  19. Nationalist says:

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  20. Bruce says:

    Send your demo congressman a link to that video and slap them silly for selling you out.

    Liked by 1 person

  21. bulwarker says:

    Illegals are cowards. They fled their country for America not because they want to be American, cherish our values and appreciate our culture but to exploit America for economic gain. We don’t want these people here because in their hearts they are cowards and if/when the US faces internal struggle or unrest these same illegals will be the first to flee to greener pastures looking to exploit yet another country. If they really cared they would be working to fix their own f’ed up countries not importing the same socialist ideals that ruined their homeland.

    Liked by 8 people

    • Ellie says:

      Yes, but American citizens are victimized twice, first by illegals who are here to exploit what taxpayers can provide, and again by a political class that exploits taxpayers, who take our money and redistribute it to people who put nothing into the system.

      This must stop. Sub zero anger here.

      Liked by 3 people

  22. They have it all wrong. The wall will be a lot taller than that.

    Liked by 8 people

  23. ecmarsh says:

    This outfit is finished.
    Spent all that money on the stupid add not realizing we are the people that purchase the building materials and home improvement supplies. Now trying to walk it back.

    “84 Lumber owner is pro-Trump, pro-wall despite Super Bowl ad”

    Liked by 5 people

    • Irons says:

      They probably haven’t had a single customer in any of their stores in 2 days.
      So she is freaking out and trying to backtrack.Tooooooo late.
      The starbucks I drive past every morning is missing the lines of cars that used to be there every day too. In a sick way it’s good so many of these leftists are such slow learners.

      Liked by 11 people

      • Raven says:

        It is crazy too, that businesses who promote left-leaning thinking believe their business will still do well once their message gets out.

        Do these people not understand who works? Do these people not understand who makes the money that buys their products? Do these companies really believe snowflakes and give-me-everything liberals have the means or the drive to build anything other than their friends count on facebook?

        Liked by 4 people

    • sunnydaze says:

      She’s blowing it left and right here. Says the ad is about “treating people with dignity and respect”.

      Earth to 84Lumber: Treating people with dignity and respect does NOT mean making them trek 1000 miles across a desert, herded around by slavers and abusers, just to land in a country where they do not speak the language and will be hired to work for slave wages, or no wages at ALL (ie. TRUE slaves).

      If she was truly concerned about these people, she would INSIST that we get RID of the whole concept of Illegal “Immigration” and put forward a Legal way to get these people into the country, so they could be full citizens with RIGHTS.

      Anyone who says that letting people come in illegally is “for the children” is either 1) Ignorant or 2) a Liar.

      Legal Immigrants have RIGHTS

      Illegals do NOT.

      THAT is what she is sticking up for and promoting with this ad: An Underclass with no rights.

      Liked by 1 person

    • JoAnn Leichliter says:

      If, in fact, Fox would not run the full ad, thereby distorting it, it should have been pulled (no matter how award-winningly artsy-fartsy it was). The road to hell is paved with good intentions and bad judgment. I am sure the ad agency will still prosper (after all, they got paid before you saw the results).


  24. muffyroberts says:

    “We will no longer surrender this country, or its people, to the false song of globalism”

    That is one of my most favorite Trump quotes.

    Liked by 10 people

  25. GSR says:

    84 Lumber’s business model depends on employing illegal labor.

    Liked by 2 people

  26. All American Snowflake says:

    Mexicans always wave Mexican flags. Mexicans are born Mexican. They will always be Mexican. Their heart is Mexican. They will always be La Raza: that’s Mexican for racist as in my race, the La Raza, is better than your race. They are important Mexicans in American. They do not even hyphenate Mexican to Mexican-American.

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  27. frogstamper says:

    We aren’t heartless monsters as citizens of the USA. Some of us have experiences that have taught us to view others outside the realm of our own past. We know to observe and weigh the beliefs of others within our learning filters….can’t help that..but after the observation and weighing, we compare and judge against the Truth.
    -We judge as we rely on our constitution.
    -We judge as we are – most of us are just “average joes.”
    -We work and we raise our families and we hope our children are able to BE better than we were.
    -We work and we strive in the hope that our children can DO better than we did.
    -We want our families to remember the old paths of Christianity and to spread the gospel of the good news of the salvation of Jesus Christ.
    So…the question has always been the “what to do about” and the “how to correct” the wrongs of the people born outside our borders. Seriously, can we common folk impact any foreign government?
    Do we give/relent to illegal migrants until our standard of living meets their norm?
    Think about that. Seriously. Do you want to assimilate to the culture of a third world country? Or a non-Christian country?
    Or do we monitor (yes…restrict) their entrance to this country so that those legal immigrants have the opportunity to understand and assimilate and adopt our standards of living?
    What Would Jesus Do?
    As a Christian, I ponder that question. Because I have a genuine concern for all the children of this world. And I am convinced those children are horribly wronged more than I want to know or admit. Lord Jesus, have mercy.
    I have learned that I know as I need to know. Thank you, Lord.
    I know that Jesus loves the children.
    And, I know, from experience… when the Holy Spirit calls me to act I will. And that call will not defy the Will of God.
    Until then, I do unto others…legally.
    Until then, I pray for others. Against prayer, there is no law.
    Until then…I pray.
    Lord Jesús Christ have mercy on this earth. Your creation, Lord. You, Lord, are the Amen.

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  28. Fe says:

    Sundance thank you, thank you, thank you, thank you, thank you. Powerful truth slams you right in the chest. This is so effective, Trump should show this video on national TV every hour on the hour and spread it like wild fire on social media.

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  29. deplorable says:

    So how do American construction workers and tradesmen or young men who want to enter the field of construction feel about the effects of illegal immigration on their ability to get a raise or get better benefits or get any benefits at all or get better working conditions or find a job or hold on to a job?

    Why would “84 Lumber” spend $15,000,000 to support this position?

    Liked by 7 people

  30. jmclever says:

    In those Dem’s defense, they took those stances for strong immigration laws BEFORE Soros paid them off and told them to say otherwise

    Liked by 2 people

  31. Jeffrey Leyerle says:

    Reminds me of the same ploy the leftists used for climate change — remember that video of an animated polar bear drowning as the ice cap melted away? The left struggles to make people feel guilt and shame. This story is fiction. Those people are paid actors. The wall is a visual effect. Just more fake news.

    So, no leftists, you can’t make me feel bad about myself by securing our nation’s border with Trump’s great wall, protecting the greatest nation on this blessed Earth. God wants a wall built, it will be built. Thank God for Trump.

    Liked by 3 people

    • Fe says:

      What’s good for Judah is good for America 2 Chronicles 14:7: And he said to Judah, “Let us build these cities and surround them with WALLS and towers, gates and bars. The LAND IS STILL OURS, because WE HAVE SOUGHT THE LORD OUR GOD. We have sought him, and he has given us peace on every side.” So THEY BUILT and prospered.

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  32. Kaco says:

    Mark Dice did a great job on the video. I hope someone with a twitter account tweets it to @POTUS and hopefully he will retweet to show the hypocrisy.

    I already hit the contact button at 84’s website, btw, they have that video proudly on their frontpage. Told them we were going to be doing an addition (actually don’t know when, it’s been talked about the past 14 years) and will NOT being using 84 lumber since they obviously are in support of illegal immigration and open borders that undercut wages of American in the construction industry. I said I hoped their investment in that ad was worth it.

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  33. Whorehey says:

    Never even heard of 84 lumber, but if their for illegal criminal border crossings, then obviously their for other illegal criminal activity as well.. have the IRS audit them. They hire illegals so they don’t have to pay taxes or insure them, then claim they ‘care’. How about caring for Americans. If their so concerned about mexicans move to mexico.

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  34. bayrat65 says:

    I saw add, I was so pissed off!! I have never heard of 84 lumber. I’m also pissed at NFL for allowing it to air during Superbowl. I live in South Texas, and what is going on in my great state of Texas, with all the wetbacks. 84 and NFL can suck my white dick !!! 🇺🇸 🇨🇱🖕🐂😣

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  35. Rubio…… Thoughts ?


    • justfactsplz says:

      Don’t get me started. Rubio is my senator. He is for open borders and is funded by globalist money. He is uniparty through and through. I don’t trust him as far as I can throw the little pipsqueak.


  36. Gov Jay says:

    The wall in the video is not nearly high enough…

    Liked by 1 person

  37. fred5678 says:

    There are approximately 1,000,000 American citizens LIVING IN MEXICO!! My niece’s brother-in-law has lived for 20 years and teaches English in the town (I forget name) where Volkswagen has a huge factory. He also hosts a jazz radio program on Friday nights!.

    Two recent Stanford football players (Skov bothers) moved to Guadalajara about 10 years ago when their mother got very ill and they moved from Oakland to get much cheaper 24/7 health care workers for in-home care. The father runs his own pizza shop in town!!

    Do American citizens “trapped” in Detroit walk across the bridge to enter Canada???

    Illegal aliens pay coyotes thousands of dollars (in pesos) to sneak into USA instead of $100 for a bus ticket to work in a hotel in Cancun.

    I CALL BS to illegal aliens!!!

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  38. 3x1 says:

    Their ad agency cost them a ton of business.

    Brunner (nee Blattner/Brunner) is something of a joke among ad agencies. Mostly small clients in Western Pa/Eastern Ohio

    Maggie Hardy got her CEO job from dad, Joe Hardy, who was more interested in chasing young hairdressers than running the company. He did put a ton of money into Nemacolin resort, but it’s in a very poor area (Fayette County, aka Fayettenam due to massive unemployment and drug problems)

    Brunner sold Maggie this utterly ambiguous commercial, and her company, her employees, will pay dearly for it. Rust belt is their home turf. Everybody lost their jobs to overseas and cheap Mexican labor. And they throw this ad out? What a catastrophic blunder. The ad agency will slink away, leaving the client wrecked.

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  39. jfhdsiu says:

    Everyone who disagrees with 84 Lumber on this as much as I do will certainly not knowingly buy any product from them nor knowingly do business with anyone who does business with them. i feel strongly enough to actually ask too….

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  40. photozombies says:

    Here’s a site to keep track of boycotts. 84 Lumber is on the list!


  41. 3x1 says:

    Incredible. They prescreened the commercial and viewers gave it a 1 out of 5 (5 being the best) and they still ran with it:

    Here’s the owner, Maggie, proud of her “work”

    Pretty complimentary photo, considering…



    • 3x1 says:

      Dad gave her the ownership so 84 could become a certified women’s business enterprise.

      All those contracts that require women or minority owned business suppliers getting a percentage? Abused like crazy.

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  42. jameswlee2014 says:

    What happened to all of the ills they decried as reasons to support enforcing the immigration laws? Look, if the democrats thought for one second that the Mexicans were going to vote Republican, you would see Nancy Pelosi manning a .50 Cal machine gun welded to the back of a dune buggy being driven up and down the border by Jerry Brown. You would see John Kerry patrolling the Rio Grande in his swift boat.

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  43. Paul Killinger says:

    The hypocrisy of James Hardie’s “84 Lumber” knows no bounds. At the same time he spends millions promoting American made building products (he manufactures them!), he extols the virtues of hiring illegal workers at minimum wage to install them.

    So spending $15 million on a TV ad promoting cheap illegal labor is no big deal for him. He owns a private hunting lodge that cost more than that where he wines and dines his best customers!


  44. Missy Chambers says:

    Build the wall, Trump! My family, friends, co-workers, and I stand with you. Make all immigrants go throught the process of becoming legal citizens. No exceptions!


  45. Lburg says:

    All the crying and wailing and hair pulling by Hillary, Bill, Chuck U and O’blah blah was white-hot-rage inducing.

    Worse than that was the media’s complicity. “In what?” you might ask.

    No one has bothered to ask any of the actors why the wall isn’t built yet.


  46. acim8 says:

    Not an intellectual here, but I’m guessing 84 Lumber won’t be in the business of supplying materials for the wall?


  47. Toni says:

    The Hypocrisy of the Left is truly astounding..When what has been said time and again by the Left concerning Illegal Aliens and building a better ‘barrier’ and your job security and your very LIFE only matters if a Democrat says so..!!


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