Why Globalists are so upset with President Trump over Alleged S***hole Countries Comment

For a moment you need to ask yourself why are the globalists, the alt-left, and the mainstream media in such a tizzy over one word from President Trump. It is a common word used by ordinary people to use as an adjective sometimes. They have all heard it and used it. What they did not like was the President asking why we needed more of a lower class of immigrant. He is a businessman and does not run a charity. Read this article and see what the real end game is. Don’t wind up being controlled.

As Written by LEO HOHMANN For His Website leohohmann.com:

One thing I have learned after years of observing the globalists and their cadre of bought-and-paid-for politicians is that the issue being hammered in the media is never the real issue or goal of any given program or policy.

Let me explain.

President Trump got in hot water after it was leaked to the media that he allegedly used some crude language to describe the Third World countries like Haiti, El Salvador and Somalia that send us tens of thousands of migrants, asylum seekers and refugees every year. In typical Trumpian fashion, he reportedly asked “Why do we have to take so many people from shithole countries?”

What he was trying to say of course was “do we really need more Somalis with knives looking for Americans to chop up, or Salvadoran MS-13 gang members looking to shoot folks in the street?”

We’re talking about guys like Dahir Ahmed Adan, who stabbed 10 shoppersat the Crossroads Center Mall in St. Cloud, Minnesota, in September 2016 after first asking if they were Muslim, or Abukar Ibrahim, who used a machete to hack a 73-year-old woman up just last week in Shelburne…

KEEP READING THERE IS WAY MORE HERE:

Why globalists freaked out at Trump’s comment on ‘Sh** hole countries’ – LeoHohmann.com

 

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