Lou Dobbs greets his guest, Charlie Hurt of the Washington Times, noting that “There is something in this DACA decision, in which the President lives up to a campaign promise.”
He points out in it he “delivers and at the same time maneuvers Congress into a position where they’re going to have to fly true flags and expose themselves to the American people on issue of immigration and border security.”
Hurt was amused listening to Republicans and Democrats alike pandering to the illegal globalist open borders lobby and voicing the concerns of their financial masters. He quotes them as saying, “Oh, it’s so important we do something to help these people, these are good people, all of that stuff.”
He continues, noting “The reason that Barack Obama didn’t do this for five years is because he didn’t have the authority to do it, only Congress had the authority to do it. And they don’t ever do it.” He points out that the Democrats, had control of both chambers of Congress and the White House and did nothing.
He stresses the hypocrisy of Democrats who failed to lift a finger for these people now deriding President Trump, saying he’s going to rip families apart and being so cruel. Hurt says, “It’s just another example… of Congress completely failing the lowest, the lowest simplest bar of accomplishing anything positive for this country.
Sometimes not accomplishing something is a positive, like an amnesty
Sometimes not accomplishing something is a positive. Putting immigration into the hands of Congress where they can best serve the nation by doing nothing, is, in the opinion of many America first Trump supporters, the best place for it.
They have a good laugh at the level of discomfort shared by both McConnell and Ryan as they were invited to sit next to the President as he addressed the media and told Congress it is time for them to do their jobs. Hurt says that is a master of the art of inflicting discomfort on his adversaries.
Dobbs notes what was in essence an admission by Speaker Ryan that Congress is inept, his begging of President Trump not to cancel DACA rather than taking the position that they know how to get the job done. They don’t – which in this case is great for our nation. He says, “That is what a fraud Paul Ryan is, as a leader of any kind in the House of Representatives.
They also point out the hypocrisy and heartless nature of Hussein Obama. Hurt says, “To listen to that guy [Obama] talk about how cruel this is, because the administration has the names and information of all of these people that gave their information to the federal government, based on the false promises and the lies of Barack Obama and Democrats, that somehow this was all going to work out.
Of Course it wasn’t going to work out. Obama lied to trick those people
Hurt says, “Of Course it wasn’t going to work out. Anybody with a law degree knows that it’s not going to work out. He [Obama] lied to those people. He tricked them into giving all of their information and now stands on the sidelines, now that we have a lawful person come back and restore constitutional lawfulness when it comes to this, and he’s going to accuse Donald Trump of being cruel?
Hurt adds, “Who’s the guy that conned these people into giving the information in the first place? He is, and it’s the height of hypocrisy and it just proves that despite all of the rosy promises that we got from Barack Obama in 2008, he was a terrible president.” Wrong, Charlie, he was a terrible fake “president.”
Get those buses rolling, boys and keep em moving. Get those illegals out of here.
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