It seems like such a simple, reasonable request by the Donald: getting a measly $5.7 billion from Congress, which is just .0015% of the federal budget, in order to help keep drugs and caravans of angry, terrified refugees from flowing across the border, many brought by human traffickers.
But Nancy Pelosi, the new Speaker of the House and apparent leader of the Democrats, won’t allow it. To many of us working stiffs in the Hinterland, Nancy comes across as a cold, rigid bureaucrat from the Politburo, a Frau Farbissina, angrily calling a border wall “immoral” with the conviction of a crocodile gliding toward an innocent, furry creature stranded on the shoreline, trying to look innocent as the only raft of rescue.
But she has no moral high ground in this matter, and she knows it. If America is to be a sovereign nation, a country with borders in control of its own destiny as our founding forefather’s envisioned, then the borders need to be secured and immigration regulated, as it had been for 250 years, before our last three presidents began opening them up to the south, allowing Third World refugees to pour in at will.
Then, under our great visionary of Hope and Change, “sanctuary cities” began to appear, which protected illegals from deportation, many of them “Dreamers,” another word for young, terrified illegals protected from Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE). Barack and his crowd always had a way with words.
But the Progressive radical feminists and LGBTQ media, which rants their agenda as America’s on television news outlets, led by CNN, and who aren’t particularly great believers in democracy, because it never did much to advance the radical feminism or the LGBTQ causes, are cheering Nancy as a hero for standing up to the Donald and his “immoral” wall.
If you backtrack through Nancy and past CNN, it becomes apparent that the real leader of the resistance to the wall is hiding somewhere in his $8 million mansion compound in Georgetown, in the nerve center for the Progressive Socialist cause, helping get the next generation of Barack Obamas before the cameras.
Like former community organizer Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, an openly declared Democratic Socialist and new Alinsky style disrupter in Congress, or anointing Stacy Adams, despite losing the governor’s election in Georgia, to rebut the Donald’s State of the Union, saying he is failing poor people and women’s attempts at “reproductive justice,” namely the ability to get rid of something growing inside themselves.
But Ocasio-Cortez and Adams notwithstanding, Barack has been unable to find a new, fresh face of socialism to replace himself, someone who can read in preacher-like voice from a teleprompter, stirring people to keep the borders open, as in – “A wall is not who we are as a nation!” – like Martin Luther King’s “I have a Dream” on the steps of the Lincoln Memorial, when in reality a secure border is absolutely what we have been as a sovereign nation.
The socialism that has come out of the closet and into the nation’s vocabulary came first with Bernie Sanders. But he looks and sounds like an angry Jewish accountant sending back cold soup at a deli, despite promising free educations for the Millennials and Generation X’s. And Nancy, despite the cheers from the radical feminist and LGBTQ media, can’t seem to get more friendly than the look of and angry woman with scissors in her hand looking to get at the Donald’s crotch.
Maybe Ocasio-Cortez will be the one. She certainly is young and photogenic like Barack, though she off to a rough start in Congress with her New Green Deal plan which is getting ripped apart in the goofy details, despite CNN trying to prop it up.
Or maybe it’s Beto O’Rourke, who has the same youthful charisma of Barack, despite losing his election for Senate in Texas and with it his political base. Yet like losing Stacy Adams, the pool of fresh socialist faces is so thin that Barack picked Beto to go to El Paso this week to counter the Donald’s rally for the wall just down the street.
While Trump’s rally of some 20,000 to 30,000 was entitled “Let’s Finish the Wall,” O’Rourke’s was called “March for Truth.” Barack’s socialist Progressives like to use words like “Justice” and “Truth” instead of something concrete. Easier to fire up crowds Alinsky style – “rub raw the sores of discontent” – because it’s harder to make people angry over finishing a wall, especially those inside.
But you must give Barack and his Progressives credit in being able to get 7,000 people to Beto’s rally when he wasn’t even running for office and promising them free stuff, though – who knows? – they might have gotten free transportation and a sack lunch, maybe even a t-shirt.
The next day, CNN was back firing against Trump and his wall, saying that their new polls show that people in the Congress, even Republicans, are getting tired of the shutdowns and delays diverting legislators from doing their jobs, whatever that is.
So maybe Barack and his legions of radical feminist and LGBTQ Alinskyites will wear the Donald down and prevent him from building the wall or getting his $5.7 billion before the 2020 election, because if he gets it by then, they will lose their major ramming device for demonizing him, because the Russian collusion hysteria is in the process of fizzling out, and there don’t seem to be any old girlfriends to dig up.
It will also be a major, major blow to Barack’s and his comrade George Soro’s Utopian dream of open borders and globalization, with poor, terrified refugees – let’s call them migrants for news purposes – unable to flood into our cities, get on government dole to increase debt, and soon become unhappy because they are dependent on welfare, which gives fodder to stir up discontent start a revolution.
As Saul Alinsky, the original community organizer and Barack’s mentor, once said: “A Marxist begins with his prime truth that all evils are caused by the exploitation of the proletariat by the capitalists. From this he logically proceeds to the revolution to end capitalism, then into the third stage of reorganization into a new social order of the dictatorship of the proletariat, and finally the last stage — the political paradise of communism.”
So there’s a lot at stake.