Friday, May 27, 2016

Progressives Just Made the Best Argument Possible for Voting Trump - By Tim Dunkin

Progressives and others on the radical Left are not very intelligent people.  This is something we should be very thankful for, because were they actually competent, they would have completely overwhelmed the spineless, feckless Republican Party and established total control decades ago.  As it stands, because progressives in the United States have so little foresight and self-control, they end up damaging their own cause through their own foolish behavior and inability to moderate themselves for the sake of more broadly appealing to the masses. 
This was shown most recently in Albuquerque, New Mexico, where a crowd of left-wing hooligans—including a large contingent of Mexican flag-waving illegal immigrants—attempted to shut down a Trump rally in the city.  They failed, of course, as people on the Left nearly always do, but not before they demonstrated to the rest of the country why we desperately need President Trump to clamp down on people like them.  In the course of the riot (not “protest”), they burned American flags, fired pellet guns at people, threw rocks and bottles, attacked a man in a wheelchair, destroyed police vehicles, and even critically injured a police horse.  To date, the Left has not condemned, or even apologized for, the violence committed by these thugs.  By all appearances, the Left seems to approve of the attempt to use violence to stifle free political expression and to coerce its opponents into silence……
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……………..The choice is clear
Trump, now having secured enough delegates for a first ballot win, and has ever-increasing momentum in his up-and-coming contest with Hillary Clinton, specifically because he is the one candidate out of all of them who actually takes seriously the average American citizen’s concerns about illegal immigration.  It’s sad that out of 17 starting Republican contenders, only Trump came out strongly against the globalism and open borderism that a majority of Americans have now come to reject.  His victory is a testimony to the impression that issue has made on the average American’s psyche.  This, in turn, is because people, even if subconsciously, recognize what I said above—illegal immigration as we are seeing it today is an invasion, not just an economic phenomenon.  It has grave social, cultural, and demographic ramifications that the majority of Americans don’t want to see applied to this nation.  Events like we just saw in Albuquerque hammer these facts home.  If the sort of thing we saw is what will happen if America becomes Mexicanized, then we don’t want America to become Mexicanized.  If we wanted to live in Mexico, we’d move there and deal with all of the (much more) onerous laws they have which apply to foreigners living in their country.
The choice is clear—allow the radical Left to continue to have access to millions of anti-American street thugs who can be used for Nazi-like street violence and campaigns of coercion with the design of overthrowing our consensual, orderly political system, or bite the bullet and do the things necessary to send those people home and keep them out.  What’s it going to be, America?