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Tuesday, June 19, 2018

Proof that Hillary, Laura, and Michelle lie

The wives of ex-presidents -- women who married into fame -- are bitching about immigrant children

The facts show 10,000 parents sent their children north unaccompanied and illegally. Another 2,000 accompanied their children as they tried to cross our border illegally.

The facts also show the husbands of Laura and Michelle enacted and followed this law. Not policy, law. Hillary supported this law in 2014.

In 2002, in the wake of 9/11, a Republican House and a Democratic Senate established the Department of Homeland Security. I opposed it. I correctly predicted this expansion of government was redundant and would lead to abuse of our civil rights — without securing our homeland.

The law includes this provision: "As used in this section — (1) the term ‘placement’ means the placement of an unaccompanied alien child in either a detention facility or an alternative to such a facility; and the term ‘unaccompanied alien child’ means a child who —
(A) has no lawful immigration status in the United States;
(B) has not attained 18 years of age; and
(C) with respect to whom — (i) there is no parent or legal guardian in the United States; or (ii) no parent or legal guardian in the United States is available to provide care and physical custody."

That is the law.

Presidents are supposed to obey the law, as shocking as that may be to Laura and Michelle.

As for Hillary, she said in 2014, "We have to send a clear message, just because your child gets across the border, that doesn’t mean the child gets to stay. So, we don’t want to send a message that is contrary to our laws or will encourage more children to make that dangerous journey."

Laura and Michelle are hypocrites who lied about the law, calling it a policy.

Hillary is simply a liar. A congenital liar, as William Safire wrote 22 years ago.


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  1. The Democrat's new hero, Laura Bush, compares the housing of children illegally entering the United States to the Japanese internment camps of World War II. That means, in the space of 17 months, we've gone from Donald Trump being "Literally like Hitler," to him being "Literally like Frank Roosevelt!"

    Oh wait, libbies, you forgot that the Japanese internment camps, and the seizure of the property of Japanese-Americans in California, was the policy of President Franklin Roosevelt and California Governor Earl Warren? Yes, that Earl Warren.

    1. Plus, totally legal-Korematsu is still the law of the land.

    2. Hero of the week. She will be trashed for something next week. I won't care.

  2. Once again we see the press fully engaged in propaganda mode. We have seen this many times before, sometimes on the side of the government but in more recent times in open rebellion against an administration run by their political opponents. The press have no credibility left. Their propaganda will have no lasting effect because the better informed citizens of today know it for what it is.

    1. The media take politcal polls daily. If the attack fails to move them in the right direction, they quit the immediate strategy and scavenge elsewhere. Right or wrong in some moral sense is irrelevant.

  3. If my understanding is correct, and I think it is, the most recent 'cage' photo was taken at an illegal alien type rally and put out as if it were real by the fake news media.

  4. Cue Big Dan the Bible Salesman, "It's all about the money, boys!"

    Illegal alien children is big business for some outfits, such as placement and fostering "non-profits." How do they increase business? More illegal alien children. How do we get more illegal alien children? Nazi collaborator George Soros provides the seed money for many instigators, both inside and outside the U.S. Human traffickers and coyotes get paid by the cartels and illegal aliens. Once the illegal alien children are here the taxpayer is on the hook, and these "non-profits" are certain that Americans' sense of empathy means that the tax dollars will come rushing in like a flood. Toss in the U.S. Chamber of Commerce paying off our supposed peoples' representatives to push for catch and release policies and enact amnesties makes even more illegal aliens head for our border hoping to get in under the wire.

    It's a vicious circle and a good example of the Cloward-Piven strategy. The only way to win is to be completely ruthless regarding border security and internal enforcement. Anyone who opposes such enforcement, no matter how altruistic, does not have the welfare of the U.S. at heart. If we don't stop it now it will be too late. Perhaps President Trump is allowing this to snowball in order to more effectively deal with it from a position of strength and national security rather than compassion. I certainly hope so. At any rate, illegal aliens must be deported and deterred from even attempting to enter the U.S. or we will all be speaking Spanish to our welfare workers in order to eat. - Elric

    1. Jeff Sessions doesn't do ruthless. The little elf is miscast as AG. Kirstjen Nielsen, the Secretary of DHS, is a different matter, a force of nature and tough as steel even if she might have been on the end of some criticism from her boss PDJT just a short while ago. She doesn't take sh*t from critics in the media.

    2. Trump is letting these people make fools of themselves and Sessions is doing his part.

      When somebody's digging a hole...

    3. Ed -

      Precisely the case! Re: Don's 6/12 piece - especially his concluding points .

      Sessions is not nick-named The Stealth Assassin for no reason. There is a reason Donald has him right where he is. There is nothing Donald does without a purpose. Notice how the cries emanating from both ends of the spectrum are calling for Sessions' head - now that things are really happening!

      Once the UNredacted IG Report is released, all hell is going to break loose! I have my popcorn and brews good to go!

    4. Sessions was interviewed by Laura Ingraham yesterday. He looked like he was lost in space. She ended the interview in visible disgust. Ingraham herself would have been a better pick for the job of AG.

    5. Wow! I wrote the above post yesterday. What do I find when I wake up and scan a few sites this morning? BOOM!

      We need to do whatever it takes to stop this. If that means shoot to kill to keep illegal aliens from crossing the border, so be it, regardless of their age or gender. They're going to bankrupt the taxpayers before they transform our country into Mexico/Nicaragua/El Salvador North. - Elric

  5. Gee, Laura didn't have anything to say about the very same program when it was Obama's administration. For a good Christian woman, her sense of outrage is awful selective.

  6. If we're going to be honest, the Beast and Mike weren't any poorer than their "husbands" when they got married. In both cases, the couples scammed their way to the top together.

    As for Miss Laura, I don't know her financial status at the time.

    1. Donald is after the "deep state." One of its biggest families is getting quite nervous. They need distractions, as does the commie left.

      Hence Laura yesterday, and Jeb! this morning.

      No coincidence whatsoever.

  7. Hillary Clinton really underlines the difference between 'congenital' and 'congenial'.

  8. They are Class A Hypocrites.

    "Over a period of four months in 2014, however, HHS allegedly placed a number of UACs in the hands of a ring of human traffickers who forced them to work on egg farms in and around Marion, Ohio, leading to a federal criminal indictment. According to the indictment, the minor victims were forced to work six or seven days a week, twelve hours per day.2 The traffickers repeatedly threatened the victims and their families with physical harm, and even death, if they did not work or surrender their entire paychecks.3 The indictment alleges that the defendants “used a combination of threats, humiliation, deprivation, financial coercion, debt manipulation, and monitoring to create a climate of fear and helplessness that would compel [the victims’] compliance.”