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CLASH POLL: Do You Think The ‘Diversity Visa’ Is TOTAL Crapola?

Trump caught Hell from the Left for daring to mention the Visa status of the New York Terrorist. Does this news vindicate him?

One of the biggest dividing lines in politics 2016 was the attitude toward lax immigration policy.

Non-enforcement of the laws that ARE on the books was one aspect of it. See: ‘sanctuary cities’.

The porous border that Drug Cartels can cross almost at will was another aspect of it. “Build that big beautiful wall!”

And throwing open our doors to people from around the world to people whose values and motives are completely unknown to us.

And if that weren’t enough, we have this, too.

Let's Play, 'How MANY Terrorists You Can Stuff Into A Diversit…

Guess how many 'family members' the NYC terrorist brought over with him? (HINT: It's in the double digits).

Posted by ClashDaily.com with Doug Giles on Thursday, November 2, 2017

Europe is reeling from the effects of exactly that sort of policy.

Canada is deliberately ramping up their immigration.

But Trump took a lot of heat for pushing back the other way.

And he broke the story to America that this NewYork Radical Islamist terrorist was here on something called a ‘Diversity Visa’.

It was cooked up in 1990 to deliberately open up immigration to parts of the world that were not finding their way into America by reason of Merit. As though America has some obligation to accept immigrants from anywhere and for any reason.

Hear President Trump himself say just how many OTHER people gained access to America because he ‘won the lottery’.

To our knowledge, 23 people.

What are they like? We don’t know yet.

Are they ALSO the kind of people who would sit in a Western Hospital room — after murdering eight, and wounding dozens — and demand an ISIS flag to hang?

We don’t know. And that’s the point.

They didn’t come to America because they had demonstrated any affection or allegiance to America and her values. Nope.

Nor because they showed they could be a net contributor to the rich fabric of our society.

Nope. All they had to do was say ‘I’m with him’.

Twenty-three times.

Do you really believe this guy had the capacity to support 23 people?

And are you REALLY confident about the kind of people he would bring with him? He didn’t think twice about mowing down pedestrians and cyclists before ramming a special-needs school bus.

Would you take his recommendation about any ‘hardworking’ prospective ‘newcomers’ now that we have seen his true nature?

And the policymakers who defend that policy? To defend that policy even now, they must not be ‘all there’. But then again, should that surprise us? Look who they put forward as their leader.

They didn’t understand this basic nugget of wisdom from Mark Twain:

Even Mark Twain wanted to drain the swamp!

“Politicians are like diapers; they need to be changed often and for the same reason” – Mark Twain.

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