Trump IS the Barbarian and 63 Million love it!

After the feces-laden storm that Senator Dick Durbin kicked u with his allegations this week, the media has painted Trump the Barbarian all over their front pages. The really neat part about all of this is that it is working … for President Trump. How is it possible that all that negativity is a plus for the Donald. You have to see it in the same way as the writer of this article.

As Written and Reported By Wayne Allen Root for Townhall:

As usual, the media and liberal critics of Trump have it all wrong.

Before I get to DACA and the wall, I will tackle Trump’s “offensive words” about Haiti and African nations. Trump supposedly called those countries by a crude name. He certainly could have chosen his words more carefully. But…who cares? He told the raw truth. As usual, he was right on the money. Trump said exactly (although crudely) what 63 million American taxpayers who voted for him were thinking.

Trump summed up the weakness of America- we’re far too nice. We think about everyone but our own people and our own taxpayers. Why on earth would we allow the world’s poor, unskilled, desperate and dependent masses to come into our country while we’re $20 trillion in debt? Those days are over. It’s time to be picky and choosy.

We don’t have enough jobs for middle class Americans. We don’t have enough money for poor Americans. We have no obligation or need to let in more people who desperately need to use up our resources and our hard-earned taxpayer money. It’s time for “America First.” It’s time for extreme vetting. It’s time to cut off “Visa lotteries.” It’s time to let in skilled craftsman from Norway, and business owners from China, and doctors from Israel.

We arent running a charity, were running a country……

THERE IS WAY MORE HERE KEEP READING:

Trump the Barbarian – Wayne Allyn Root

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