Media Meltdown Commences After Donald Trump Goes Full Honey Badger on Immigration


MSNBC breathlessly reports that Donald Trump’s sensible remarks about Mexico and the peasant class it dumps on American taxpayers is “already infamous,” meaning, Americans must accept the destruction of their country without protest.

“In your speech today, you said that some rapists are coming across the border from Mexico,” reporter Kasie Hunt said to amused-looking Trump who interjected, “Absolutely.”

“What did you mean by that?” she demanded. (Translation: Can you believe what this jerk is saying? I can’t even.)

“They’re sending us not their finest people. And it’s people from countries other than Mexico also,” Trump replied, alluding to the rapists from Latin American countries admitted into the U.S. “We have drug dealers coming across, we have rapists, we have killers, we have murderers. I mean, it’s common sense. What do you think, they’re going to send us their best people, their finest people? The answer is no.”

Mediaite makes no attempt to investigate, let alone refute, Trump’s claims. Their coverage is merely quoting Trump with “wow, just wow” pauses between grafs. Then they cited noted Republican advisor Jonathan Capeheart’s warnings that Trump’s honey badger pronouncements on immigration are a “death knell” for the Republican Party.

“That plays well with many far-right Republican primary voters desperately clinging to an America that no longer exists,” Capeheart writes. What America, one might ask? The one comprised of whites, blacks, Asians, Jews, and Hispanics who have deep patriotic loyalties and want to see businesses prioritize Americans over foreign workers? The one that’s not pleased when rapists, murderers, and drug smugglers are released onto U.S. soil thanks to the Obama administration’s refusal to enforce immigration law?

The media attacks Trump for pointing out that Latin American culture is cruel towards women, and that it’s not exactly in America’s interest to welcome immigrants who come from a country where the low age of consent lets them have sex with 12-year-olds. Controlling immigration is clearly a part of “women’s issues.”

According to U.S. Immigrations and Custom Enforcement (ICE), they deported 860 alien sex offenders from Texas alone in 2014—out of 7,000 predators in three years, in a single state. Of the 860 deported, 27 percent sexually assaulted children. Yet the Obama administration has little interest in stopping Third World pedophiles and rapists from entering America, or even cataloguing their crimes, as Breitbart News reported:

No information is available regarding how many of the 7,000+ deported sex offenders in the past three years have illegally entered or have been deported previously. Some areas of Texas along the U.S./Mexico border have seen a 100% increase in convicted sex offenders being caught crossing the border between 2013 and 2014.

Human smugglers frequently rape female illegal aliens and hang their underwear afterwards, in a hideous display that overrun Southern ranchers call “rape trees.” They’re raped and molested with such appalling frequency, they inject themselves with cheap birth control on the way here. Since when is it in our interest to encourage mass rape and welcome both the perpetrators and their shattered victims with open arms? It’s as if we’re an international battered women’s shelter annexed to a high-security prison for monsters, an incubator for rape culture (the real, primitive kind, not the fever dreams of Sabrina Rubin Erdely).

Journalists covering the 2016 presidential campaign are far more invested in labeling critical issues, especially immigration, as taboo and off-limits. The furious media pile-on reveals how unwilling they are to discuss in plain language the Obama administration’s de-facto open borders policy has on both Americans and foreigners made into prey for opportunistic predators. What does it matter that a woman suffered a brutal rape, so long as she votes Democratic in the end?

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