Donald Trump is correct about illegal immigrants being a major source of crime. Here’s just a recent example:
An illegal Mexican immigrant allegedly kidnapped a 13-year-old girl from her Florida home last week and sexually abused her before police located the pair in Michigan, Fox 28 reported.
The Van Buren County sheriff’s office in southwestern Michigan says 23-year-old Aurelio Hernandez-Gomez was arraigned Friday in South Haven.
It’s so bad, and victims are so tired of being ignored, they decided to testify before Congress. Too bad the mainstream media didn’t think it was worth covering. However, you can hear some of their testimony for yourself here.
Just because the media isn’t covering these atrocities, doesn’t mean they aren’t happening and it most definitely supports what Donald Trump has been saying. You can also view the 2011 GAO Criminal Alien crime statistics report for more proof. It’s only gotten much, much worse since 2011, when the Obama administration came out with the open door policies that were widely advertised in South America. The simple fact is: If you are willing to break the law entering this country and thereby your very first act upon arrival is committing a crime, you’re not very likely to care much about the rest of the laws either.
Donald Trump also happens to be right about John McCain.
The latest media-generated “blowup” is from The Donald saying that McCain isn’t a real war hero.
Well, he’s not folks.
You don’t become a war hero by being captured by the enemy. You might become one through what you did before or after that, but the act of being captured itself doesn’t qualify because you don’t choose that.
McCain is not a war hero because there was nothing particularly valorous about his service.
Moreover, and at least as important, what he did to his first wife was viperous, not valorous.
Carol McCain is a war hero. She stuck with her imprisoned husband without complaint through his entire time being held as a POW, raising their three children alone while he was in prison. She made a series of valorous choices. But then she was in a terrible car accident that left her permanently impaired and John McCain ditched her for a very wealthy and beautiful heiress who not only became his lover but financed his political campaigns.
War hero eh? I think not.
McCain is a snake who will screw anyone for his own personal and political aggrandizement.
The reason the political establishment on both sides is all over Trump for this latest comment is that mistreating those who you have taken a sacred oath to before God, one that certainly ought to be more important than your petty oath to defend and protect the Constitution (which is alsoroutinely ignored), is treated as a sport in politics.
Trump is right — again.
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Trump Opens McCain’s Treasonous Can of Worms – As for the Donald, he should demand that, minimally, the American public be able to hear McCain’s broadcasts and see the records of his debriefing and read the statements made against him by other POWs, including and especially Colonel Ted Guy.
This man, if you wish to call him that, “McCain” has been allowed to destroy America’s security for two generations, along with friends like “light loafer Lindsey” Graham and others.
Then there’s this:
MCCAIN AND THE POW COVER-UP: John McCain, who has risen to political prominence on his image as a Vietnam POW war hero, has, inexplicably, worked very hard to hide from the public stunning information about American prisoners in Vietnam who, unlike him, didn’t return home. Throughout his Senate career, McCain has quietly sponsored and pushed into federal law a set of prohibitions that keep the most revealing information about these men buried as classified documents. Thus the war hero who people would logically imagine as a determined crusader for the interests of POWs and their families became instead the strange champion of hiding the evidence and closing the books. – Sydney H. Schanberg
Sydney H. Schanberg won the Pulitzer Prize in 1975 for international reporting “at great risk” from Vietnam and Cambodia. After the war he served as city editor of the New York Times. The Academy Award-winning film “The Killing Fields” was based on his book “The Death and Life of Dith Pran.” Schanberg was a journalist for 50 years.
So, the way I see it, Donald Trump is batting 1,000.