President Trump Calls Out Democrat Border Hypocrisy in Video Message…

President Donald Trump goes on offense with a video message on border security.  President Trump highlights the past statements by democrat leaders Hillary Clinton and Barack Obama for a border security wall.

President Trump knows his position on the border security wall is the majority view within the American electorate.  He is coaxing his political opposition into a corner.  Additionally, in an effort to prop-up their ideological allies, the corporate media will avoid this.

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157 Responses to President Trump Calls Out Democrat Border Hypocrisy in Video Message…

  1. HBD says:

    Smart man. My President

    Liked by 31 people

  2. Publius2016 says:

    so simple Fools!

    Liked by 1 person

    • fleporeblog says:

      Our President is playing with his prey before he goes for the kill!

      The DOD stated yesterday that they could allocate the $25 billion from the budget because our President signed a National Emergency Declaration nearly a year ago. There is nothing Congress or the Courts can do about it.

      However, he is doing exactly what SD said. You have Kamala Harris on record that she will never vote for the WALL. Nancy Pelosi took the bait and said today she will close the government down indefinitely and won’t give the President his WALL.

      Other Democrat hopefuls for 2020 will be issuing statements shortly against the WALL. Our President will have the government shutdown for a period of time knowing the Democrats will be destroyed every single day it stays closed. He will allow it to go for a period of time.

      At some point he will say enough is enough and the Military will take care of the entire WALL. He will make sure a few hundred miles are not completed before the 2020 Election. The Democrat Candidate will say he/she will make sure it never gets completed and our President will say in order for the remaining portion to be done, he will need to be reelected.

      Republicans and Independents will be camping out to vote for him in 2020 because they see 80% of it completed and many like myself will plan a trip to see it with my own eyes. The effects of the WALL will show a 90%+ decrease in crossings proving it works.

      PDJT moves on from the Election KAG!

      Liked by 34 people

      • Fred says:

        Hope you are right.

        Liked by 5 people

        • sickconservative says:

          Agree but we need to fight this now and bring an end to the rino part of the Rep party before 2020.

          Liked by 7 people

        • fleporeblog says:

          Don’t trust me, trust CNN 😉

          Liked by 9 people

          • TigerBear says:

            This is where confusion comes in for me…..if those percentages are actually true, then why are the people voting against themselves and FOR open borders??? By voting demonrat, they are voting for this nation to protect and defend all others outside our nation while making all within our nation pay for it, with blood, sweat, tears and monetarily fleeced. Yes, I apparently am easily confused, or those voting dimm are. I would just like understanding in some degree. 😳😄

            Liked by 2 people

            • TigerBear says:

              Posted before I had finished the thought/comment completely.

              In most cases I would never advocate being a one issue voter….but in this issue I believe it should trump many other issues. If we don’t get our borders under control and stop the flooding, all the improved economy, jobs ect will be for naught, as we’ll still end up bankrupt by the “gimme dat” government teat suckers all coming from south of the border, and now demanding extortion money to leave. 😳🙄

              I trust you Fleporeblog, which is why I placed my comment/questions on your comments. You’ve had great patience with this old lady and you’ve cleared up a couple of concerns I’ve had.

              Thank you! 😇

              Liked by 1 person

            • Farmkid says:

              Election fraud?

              Like

            • fleporeblog says:

              Healthcare was the biggest issue that allowed Democrats to win! Plus historically since 1980, Independents vote for the Party not in the WH only to return for the Presidential Election to the Party of the WH.

              Liked by 1 person

              • TigerBear says:

                Thank you, Fleporeblog. 🙂
                I will share this with my family and friends. Seeing it laid out in simple understandable numbers/facts make me ask how I/we missed it all these years. (I’m not the sharpest tool in the shed, eh?! Sadly)

                We were floored when 2012 put O back in office and could not fathom how or why. You just cleared that up with the info you shared. 🙂 Independents need a better way. 😉😄

                You truly have been helpful in educating this oldster in the area of politics and have been very patient and kind.

                Thank you! 😇

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        • piper567 says:

          just found an interview on Laura with Stephen Miller ab The Wall. posted on T_D.
          when she is not trying to shape their talk, he get in some good info.
          can someone here move it to CTH? I think some folks might enjoy it.

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      • fleporeblog says:

        From the article linked above:

        The Pentagon said Tuesday that there is no current plan for the military to build sections of the border wall, but suggested that the law would allow the Defense Department to fund doing so in some cases.

        “To date, there is no plan to build sections of the wall. However, Congress has provided options under Title 10 U.S. Code that could permit the Department of Defense to fund border barrier projects, such as in support of counter drug operations or national emergencies,”

        Liked by 14 people

      • Satchmo says:

        I have to admit that I was a little apprehensive about 2020 but if you say people are going to be camping out to vote for Trump I guess my fears are unfounded and I can rest peacefully now.

        Liked by 2 people

        • TMonroe says:

          Of course, the other side may be ballot harvesting and committing fraud if the fraud that happened in the midterms doesn’t face prosecution and if voting reform doesn’t become the number one issue before then. In that case, we all could camp out but have fraud invalidate results. Here are a couple of words that should ring a bell: Wayne, Broward, Alleghany, Maricopa, Harris, Clark, and so forth.

          Liked by 8 people

          • BHliberty says:

            I am asked, “What issues are most important to you?”! And I have to tell you, after what happened during the midterms of late, Illegal Immigration & Election Reforms are about neck/neck. I have never felt like my vote doesn’t count more now than ever! If Federal Elections are to be fair and representative of the “will of the people”, then mechanisms need to be put into place to ensure all citizen’s votes will count!

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        • fleporeblog says:

          Not sure if you are being sarcastic but I am and here is why:

          Liked by 1 person

  3. Publius2016 says:

    this is about economic development of the WEST! its a gold mine of unlimited potential! look at America at night…looks like NK vs SK!

    Liked by 2 people

  4. covfefe999 says:

    GREATEST.PRESIDENT.EVER

    Liked by 18 people

  5. Normally Quiet Observer says:

    Git ‘Er Done! Period! Full Stop! IMHO … National Security gives PDJT the right to activate the MCB’s to build it. The SeaBees … “CAN DO!” They WILL get it done, in record time, and are trained to work in “adverse” conditions. Turn them loose Mr. President.

    Liked by 7 people

    • montanamel says:

      Roger ALL…
      My dad was WWII SeaBee and you speak the truth…
      Won’t be any drugs running past any of their job sites….!
      Let’s ROLL. Check-6

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  6. teaforall says:

    Stand your ground President Trump, we are with you 100%
    MAGA, KAGA AND MASA

    Liked by 18 people

  7. mimbler says:

    Short, direct and effective. I hope it runs as an ad, because I don’t see the MSM running it on their own!

    Liked by 8 people

  8. emet says:

    The wall also benefits Mexico, because it forces southbound Cartel smugglers (weapons and drug money) to enter Mexico thru ports of entry, where there is a good chance of intercepting them.

    Liked by 13 people

  9. mj_inOC says:

    Great video!

    America thanks you, Mr. President!
    God Bless you, your family, and team, and May God Continue to Bless and Protect America, by His grace…

    MAGA

    Liked by 12 people

  10. RyanG says:

    Ive really been down lately about a lot of things going on but damn this man doesn’t quit. Keep fighting Mr President!!

    Liked by 16 people

    • covfefe999 says:

      I know! He’s the most amazing person! He’s been the target of an insane number of attacks by some powerful organizations and he’s still able to be a great President!

      Liked by 10 people

    • Curry Worsham says:

      POTUS knows the truth about all of them.
      He comes from a position of confidence and strength.
      Big Ugly comin’.

      Liked by 4 people

    • Kalbo says:

      Ryan, When the faux MSM and crooked politicians (all politicians) start getting to me, fundamentally I give some thought to…

      Two years of great trade news, agreements, wins on International scene, calming Korean Peninsula, economy screaming ahead, low unemployment, manufacturing jobs, highest employment, no Iran Nuke deal, TPP trashed, Paris Climate trashed, pipelines being built, #1 energy producer…

      Main Street winning!

      And in President Trump’s words…

      Never give in. Never give up. Never quit. Make America Great Again.

      Transitioning soon to…Keep America Great – KAG.

      Liked by 1 person

  11. bulwarker says:

    What about ending birthright citizenship? We need more than a physical barrier, we need to remove the incentives.

    Liked by 13 people

  12. Curry Worsham says:

    “In 2016 the wall was [completed] and in 2017 they raised the height and there was not ONE Illegal immigrant who made it through the southern border into Israel.” – David Rubin, former mayor of Shiloh, Israel

    @5:00

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  13. Summer says:

    Somehow I can’t see the House Democrats including the Wall in their continued resolution (the concept of budget is seemingly obsolete) for the next 2 years and even longer if they manage to retain the house in 2020. I hold Rat Ryan responsible for the failure to fully fund the wall. 2 years wasted. Next 2 years are going to be a nightmare.

    Liked by 2 people

    • steph_gray says:

      I think the 2 years may seem nightmarish but not actually be so.

      1) I trust PDJT to find a way to wall build with help.

      2) I don’t think the Senate will let the House do much if anything.

      There will be oodles of sound and fury, signifying nothing. And all it will accomplish is making the public sick of the DemonRats.

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  14. CM-TX says:

    The cost of a wall is a bargain in comparison…

    (Source: earlier link c/o @RetiredEE)
    https://fairus.org/issue/publications-resources/fiscal-burden-illegal-immigration-united-states-taxpayers

    Liked by 8 people

    • So at 3X the 2013 estimate, this would be over $400B, or about 45% of the 2018 Budget Deficit.
      Think of that, nearly 1/2 of our deficit due to spending on non-U.S. citizens. If we couple that with the 5% spending cuts that POTUS requested from each department for 2020 budget planning, we’d trim the deficit to under $300B.

      So, I say, take Pelosi up on her threat to keep the government closed forever. We’d save all the bureaucrat salaries, and new illegals would stop coming because there would be no operating government to either process them or pay them welfare benefits.

      Win/Win!

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    • wodiej says:

      Thank you much. That website tells it all! PT needs to put these costs front and center.

      Like

  15. Lion2017 says:

    President Trump hit the nail on the head: Hypocrites.
    Our Lion never gives up! We will never give up either. The Swamp will never get it done. So what do We the People need to do?

    Liked by 4 people

  16. jeff semda says:

    I trust we will get the wall.

    Liked by 5 people

    • Comrade Mope says:

      Doesn’t really matter if we get the wall right now. If we don’t, we get a shutdown and troops at the border. We will get the wall. I just think President Trump would prefer a shut-down just so he will have the Dems begging him to reopen. Then he will get the wall and more.

      Liked by 5 people

  17. MFM says:

    Time to put on your Rally hat Mr. President…Next Friday December 21st would be a perfect date, either for a Rally or a speech to the nation.

    Liked by 3 people

  18. Glenn R. Rosulek says:

    Thanks for the information President Trump. It’s amazing how all this has affected our lives without our understanding it.
    Sincerely!

    Liked by 2 people

  19. Jederman says:

    The dems are a target rich environment on this issue.

    How many wealthy dems live in gated/walled mansions? Illegals, despite the claims that they work like ants and are a boon to the economy are net users of taxpayer funded welfare programs. They aren’t motivated to learn the language and assimilate. And finally, the question that should be asked over and over: if the illegals tended to vote R instead of D would the dems still dig in their heels on funding a wall?

    Liked by 3 people

  20. WES says:

    What bothers me is the seemingly high costs to build this wall. It is cheaper to build a four lane divided highway than the wall! Something is very seriously wrong costwise with building this wall. Israel built over 500 miles of wall for $2.4 billion. I am for building the wall but common sense seems to have gone out the window!

    If building a 4 lane divided highway is cheaper then build the highway! Then populate the highway with self driving cars designed to hit anything crossing their path!

    Liked by 3 people

    • nimrodman says:

      Yes, build it Israel-style

      Dual fencing with razor wire and no-man’s-land, electronically monitored and with quick-response teams and drones for visual overview and directing resources

      In that “Electronically Monitored Zone” between the fences (2nd illustration from top) here’s what I’d like to see … except big enough robots to “hoover up” the illegal immigrants

      Liked by 3 people

    • Deplorable_Infidel says:

      “the seemingly high costs to build this wall.”

      Somewhere yesterday I came across something stating it is idiocy to rely of the corrupted CBO to score things the “government way”. An example given was the ice skating rink in NYC. The city wasted millions and 6 years, DJT got it done for under budget of $500,000 and six months.

      Private industry, or even public/private partnerships could drastically reduce the cost, especially if red tape regulations are cut. The main focus was NOT to rely on CBO numbers for anything PDJT wants to do.

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      • Focusing on the cost of the Wall is just a diversion. Keeping illegal aliens out of the US and deporting those that are in the US would save hundreds of billions of dollars. Compared to the costs illegal aliens place on the US taxpayer in so may ways, the Wall is a bargain.

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    • lemmus1 says:

      …your 4 lane divided highway includes neither the land nor the water rights acquisition costs …actually building the wall is the last step in the process, not the first …and up to 1/4 of the total may come from acquiring/diverting/rerouting water sources to comply with the existing border water rights treaty with Mexico

      …as Trump often says …it’s a complicated business

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  21. Appalled says:

    The same people who want open borders also want universal health coverage. The cost of transportation to the US is far less than the cost of treating many diseases. There would be nothing to stop the seriously ill from coming to the US and claiming asylum. I can’t think of a more impractical set-up.

    Liked by 3 people

  22. tonyE says:

    The 150 foot “enforcement area” should have bullseyes painted all over.

    “Incoming!!!”

    Liked by 2 people

  23. zooamerica says:

    The Democrats and President Obama gave Iran 150 Billion Dollars and got nothing, but they can’t give 5 Billion Dollars for National Security and a Wall?— Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) December 12, 2018

    https://platform.twitter.com/widgets.js

    Liked by 6 people

    • ArkansasLiving says:

      He’s not completely accurate on the “they got nothing” I’m sure there was some skim in the 150 Billion…. being recycled back into democrat coffers…. most notably in some of the unmarked cash.

      Like

      • Maquis says:

        However, unlike the handful of American hostages in Iranian hands that were so callously and expensively ransomed, here the Communists are holding all of America hostage.

        Like

  24. Caius Lowell says:

    Thank you Mr. President!

    Liked by 4 people

  25. joebkonobi says:

    I love my President Trump! No one works harder day and night, 24/7, 365/12 than our President at resolving Political/Economic/Cultural issues of We Forgotten People Of The United States of America. Not in my lifetime have I seen a President so connected to the average Main Street citizen. We are truly blessed. There will be a time when we will need to step up and defend this President from the Swampy, Leftist/Globalist, Atheiest, Mongrels trying to destroy our Culture and Constitution. I for one, will be there!! This guy is amazing! MAGA ON!

    Liked by 6 people

  26. It’s a 2-Stage Shut Down [🤫]:
    • Border [Trade] first.
    • Then [Non-Essential] Government.

    How long will the shut-down last with ZERO Mexican/USCOC exports under the Shut Down?

    Liked by 4 people

  27. cmcallm says:

    Tell me any republican let alone republican president that would call out the blatant hipocracy like that! Exposed again and you will probably find some video of republicans that will not want the wall that once did as well! They don’t want a shut down (code for I don’t really want the wall so I’ll just say we shouldn’t shut down the government). Way to have the presidents back, again! No guts, no glory!

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  28. Tom H says:

    Can Sundance or someone else explain why this was not done before the midterm elections. The House could have passed a funding bill which would have been stopped in the Senate. Instant high visability election issue. Now they are doing it in the weeks before Christmas before the Dems take over the House?

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    • Paul Ryan and House leadership have always been subversive Never Trumpers. They went out of their way to hinder the Trump agenda and the will of his voters
      I believe the Chamber of Commerce is a big part of this equation. They may seem benign when you see them in small town America, but the CoC is for foreign workers, not Americans. They are otherwise known as the Cheap Labor Express.
      I am betting that in January Paul Ryan will have a very cushy job at the CoC.

      Liked by 3 people

      • joebkonobi says:

        Maybe, but I think in the bigger scheme of Globalist institutions, CoC ain’t big dog enough to meet Ryan”s salary requirements.

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    • GrandpaM says:

      Because the Rinos wanted to lose Congress.

      Liked by 5 people

      • GrandpaM says:

        Sheesh, can’t even type. Should’ve been “the House”. Actually, the R wing of the Uniparty wanted to lose both chambers, but VSG PDJT singlehandedly dragged the Senate Rinos over the line.

        Liked by 2 people

  29. Vor Daj says:

    There will always be a valley
    Always mountains one must scale
    There will always be perilous waters
    Which someone must sail

    source: http://www.lyricsondemand.com/soundtracks/s/scarletpimpernellyrics/intothefirelyrics.html

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  30. Sunshine says:

    I’m looking at the first photo of the wall prototypes. The proposed wall at the left with a rounded top is a good idea.

    Liked by 1 person

    • Duke of Cumberland says:

      Those are old photos I believe. I think they went with the design that you can see through, and you can see a couple of installed sections at the :50 second mark in the video.

      Like

  31. Risa says:


    Elf On A Shelf?

    Liked by 2 people

  32. 6x47 says:

    It’s an great message but rings hollow when he never pressed the issue during the 2 years the GOP had both houses of Congress.

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    • covfefe999 says:

      Have you been asleep?

      Liked by 4 people

      • Nope – been watching President Trump sign appropriation bill after appropriation bill with zero dollars for the wall, and accepting restrictions against spending any money to do it. And only now does he find his voice on this issue.

        BTW – the GOP still has the House until January. How about giving the President a big-ol slush fund like the Democrats gave Obama in 2010 so to hamstring the incoming GOP Congress’ ability to use the purse strings?

        Nah – they’re all over the jailbreak bill, though, to send tens of thousands of new Democrats out to vote in time for 2020. But no wall; no immigration reform; no sanctuary cities action. Nada.

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  33. stats_guy says:

    There really is a thread running thru all the international socialist schemes to undercut and bring down Trump. The hatred of those who want to rule the peasantry (and in so doing enrich themselves and their families). In his inaugural President Trump said:

    ‘For too long, a small group in our nation’s Capital has reaped the rewards of government while the people have borne the cost.

    Washington flourished – but the people did not share in its wealth.

    Politicians prospered – but the jobs left, and the factories closed.

    The establishment protected itself, but not the citizens of our country.

    Their victories have not been your victories; their triumphs have not been your triumphs; and while they celebrated in our nation’s Capital, there was little to celebrate for struggling families all across our land.’

    A clarion call if I ever heard one. So in one sense I understand their hatred…they’ve been called out, the half-wits have been called Stupid.

    Immigration into a country is fundamental. As Trump says f you have no borders you have no country. But the international socialists are strong…as well said in an article posted by Powerline

    https://tnsr.org/roundtable/policy-roundtable-the-future-of-conservative-foreign-policy/

    To put it bluntly, the democratic family is in an argument over the single most important question in politics: Who should rule? While conservatives embrace America’s democratic sovereignty and the U.S. Constitution as the highest political authority for Americans — others, including allies such as Germany and many other nation-states in the European Union, as well as a considerable number of American progressives, tout the transnational institutions of global governance and the evolving concepts of international law as the final arbiters of legitimate authority above the sovereignty of any nation-state, including democracies like the United States and Germany.

    This global ideological conflict over core values between what one might call “sovereigntists” and “post-sovereigntists” — or, as the president puts it, between “patriotism” and “globalism” — is perennial. Therefore, it will continue well into the future and no doubt intensify in the decades to come. It will intensify because “globalism” (what I have labeled “transnational progressivism”)68 is not a chimera, an apparition, or the moniker for a conspiracy theory. On the contrary, transnational progressivism is a real actor in world politics, complete with a workable ideology, a strongly situated material-social base among global elites, and, in some areas, the backing of nation states.

    Me: yes, it is a war, a familiar one and one that will be with us. President Trump has done us the favor of showing us who is on our side and those who are not (i.e. those paid shills like Kristol, et al.) When you add up the apparatchik you can see we’re in for a long nasty period

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    • covfefe999 says:

      This would be better in the Presidential open thread where there can be a good open discussion about it that doesn’t disturb the point of this thread which is Democrat hypocrisy about the wall

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      • stats_guy says:

        Thank you. I thought about that but I get so frustrated about the Dems/RINOs playing some sort of hide the pea game with us while most people would like a wall built…or at least a serious attempt to stem the tide.

        To me, this is a key illustration of a transnational ruling (socialist) class ignoring the will of the people (i.e. us).

        I will happily re-post it…if I’m still up. 🙂

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  34. Texian says:

    Accuweather asks: “How were roads in Alaska repaired so quickly after the earthquake?”

    You have to get halfway through the article to find out – Hard Working Tax Paying American Citizens – who Wear Yellow Jackets..

    You know – the ones who get things done.. The ones that really keep our Country running.. And do it law abidingly and peacefully..

    The ones who pay their taxes in good faith.. The ones who have been promised a border wall for over forty years..

    Yet their congress continues to spend the taxpayer’s money to feed and house illegal federal law-breaking felonious invaders that are also allowed to go free, take our jobs and roam our Country in lawlessness with no repercussions..

    What happens when Yellow Jackets have had enough..? Oh yeah.. They sting..

    https://www.accuweather.com/en/weather-news/how-were-roads-in-alaska-repaired-so-quickly-after-the-earthquake/70006892

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  35. Vor Daj says:

    Six months of our spending in Afghanistan would fund The Wall

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  36. Maquis says:

    Hmmm…
    Tempting to send bricks to Congress, via air mail, so to speak…

    😈

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  37. Stillwater says:

    Here is a collection of videos covering some of the progress being made on the border wall.

    Trump’s budget director unveils photos of what the border wall may look like – 5/2/17

    “Mick Mulvaney, the director of Office of Management and Budget, unveiled photos of a reinforced steel walls that are replacing current cyclone fencing along the Southern border, adding that the photos represent the wall that the Department of Homeland Security wants.”
    (Full presentation – https://youtu.be/cKAeWoQXpmk)

    Drone footage of new border wall, Santa Teresa new mexico – 7/19/18

    See video below for more background info on this drone footage.

    New Border wall construction zone Santa Teresa New Mexico 2018 – 10/18/18

    Jump to 2:34 minute mark for an explanation of(or background details behind) the wall construction which the drone footage shows.

    New border wall greets migrant caravan in San Ysidro

    New Border Wall To Go Up Near El Paso – 4/11/18

    Liked by 2 people

  38. wodiej says:

    PT knew early on that Congress would not pass his border funding. So in two years, it must be believed that he made alternate plans. Those plans are to use the military to build the wall. He can do that and he does not need approval from anyone. So when people become safer who will get the credit? No one but President Trump. Keep praying, Amen.

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  39. TestName7 says:

    Trump-Pelosi-Schumer meeting — alternate universe
    [just a silly unproofed brain dump from watching the very interesting and entertaining event]

    Sub-Topic: can there be border security without a wall?

    @11:20 Schumer:
    “Blah blah…The experts think you can do border security without a wall which is wasteful and doesn’t solve the problem… blah blah”

    — [Slyly pulls out small tablet split with below pic and video prompted. Shows to Chuck.]

    Chuck, are cages and tear gas more effective or humane than a physical obstacle at solving the problem?

    *insert pic of children in detention – not this ms 13 one*

    *tweet with embed of people filing through HOLE in the fence, only to come right back out after pepper spray employed*

    — [CONTINUE EXTENDED EXCHANGE]

    If fences with holes are ineffective, then should we resort to tear gas (pepper spray)? Many people, including the Fake News, think that it’s inhumane and we obviously don’t want to employ inhumane measures right Chuck.

    Chuck: blah huh um experts

    And just to be clear, we most certainly do not want non-lethal projectile weapons, or, heaven forbid, border agents with rifles pointed at mothers and children like these
    *holds up fake news shot of Disney woman yanking naked kids*
    do we?
    I mean I won’t accept that Chuck and I don’t think the American people will either.

    Chuck: blah blah blah blah whatever blah

    Well look, are you implying we can get these people to turn around or submit to handcuffs and cages with drones or by shouting loud enough?
    *show again prev vid of breaching hole and running back out from tear gas*

    Chuck: blah blah blah experts blah blah

    *still holding video*
    Look Chuck, this inhumane tear gas would NOT have even been used if the fence wasn’t penetrable, if it was stronger … like a “wall” – call it what you want – a non-crappy fence, whatever.
    I don’t think it’s right to subject people to forceful measures, as seen here, in perpetuity, and I don’t think the American people do either.
    [its also abusive and exploitative but not by border patrol]

    Chuck: blah blah.. but blah

    *still playing video – but now put away*
    No, we will build a wall that holds up and we won’t have to use tear gas at these choke points and it will be the most effective and humane solution; I think that seems clear now. And that’s that.

    Chuck: blah blah experts blah blah

    No Chuck, but I will accept and consider a two page argument from your “experts”; but please leave off the attribution and accreditation to let the argument speak for itself.

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  40. railer says:

    Trump simply refuses to climb into the bunker, which is what the Swamp and Deep State are hammering away for him to do. He continues on with his day job, despite their best efforts. His policies go forward relentlessly.

    Nobody else could have withstood this onslaught and kept up this workflow. It’s remarkable.

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