How does Hillary Clinton go against the grain of the American public so completely and still run tied with the presumptive Republican nominee? Even Donald Trump’s (very!) modest proposal of temporarily pausing immigration from Muslim majority countries has been met with a holy-water-on-vampire reaction by the Democrats and their globalist partners.
Sadly, the surrender-addicted Republican Establishment abets the Obama-Hillary agenda to replace America’s native-born population with the populations of other countries.
According to a September 2015 Rasmussen survey, women voters oppose Clinton’s Middle Eastern refugee plan by a remarkable 21-to-1 margin. Democrat voters oppose Clinton’s refugee plan by a 17-to-1 margin. Most remarkably, 85 percent of black voters oppose Clinton’s refugee agenda– with less than one percent of black voters supporting her plan
Trump has wisely argued that those who support radical immigration proposals should have the burden of proving the benefits of their ideas. In doing so he puts so many Americans’ thoughts into words. Breitbart reports:
The burden is on Hillary Clinton to tell us why we should admit anyone into our country who supports violence of any kind against gay and lesbian Americans. The burden is also on Hillary Clinton to tell us how she will pay for it.
Is it any wonder that Democrats treat the opponents of this new refugee vein of legal mass immigration as though they were contagious? When you want to admit as many refugees as the population of a medium-sized American city each year, by all means, turn the tables on your opponents and make them seem like radicals. (Food stamps for 65,000, their relatives, and their closest friends? Charge it to the taxpayer.) Yet liberals (and Paul Ryan) continue to lecture us. Following Brexit, President Obama observed, “There’s a xenophobia and anti-immigrant sentiment that’s flashing up…” and added “… the ability to tap into a fear that people …have…about losing control… and the subtext for that is somehow that a bunch of foreigners and funny looking people are coming in here and changing the basic character of the nation.” Here’s what Brexit and Donald Trump have in Common Business Insider June 28. Obama famously promised Americans could keep their health care plan if they liked it; unfortunately, if you liked your town the way it was, tough luck.