Live: Trump to give remarks on immigrants with "angel families"
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President Trump on Friday will give remarks on immigration with "Angel Families" who have lost family members to crimes committed by people in the country illegally.
The event is set to take place at 2:30 p.m.
So Trump's going to talk to victims of crimes committed by immigrants. Absolutely no scapegoating going to happen.
If there is a Hell, Goebbels' laughter is echoing from one end of the firey wastes to the other.
I swear to all the gods above and the devils below, if Trump goes on national TV and echoes Fox News in saying 'you shouldn't care about these kids and families seeking Asylum because they're not Americans' then we are looking at the beginning of the end of the Trump presidency -- or the beginning of the end of the American Experiment.
Batten down the hatches.
The fact that Trump has a 40% approval rating means that a large part of this country is just as fucking evil as he is.
If this is the logic our government uses, then I hope the US military falls hard, because it will only be a matter of time before that logic makes us directly a threat to society
Trump just called the US laws the weakest in the history of the world
He has to, because he has to throw the Overton Window so hard and so far that, by comparison, it would seem reasonable that we 'must enforce Draconian, inhumane, and racist policy and law - otherwise, there will be no rule of law'.
Rich coming from the country with the highest incarceration rate in the world.
This whole conference so far has been a huge signpost of 'OK, so you guys are getting really riled up over people's suffering? OK, here's some people who have suffered - that means it's OK for those people who you were empathizing with to suffer.'
The laws are weak so we must strengthen the laws
More criminals than before are being arrested so that is proof of the problem in society and we must strengthen the laws
And that's how that slope is formed.
Christ. 'Them killing my kids is permanent separation. Why aren't you outraged about that, Media?'
They're bringing up pretty often how death is permanent separation.
I actually agree with this. We should make murder illegal. I can't believe liberals are pro-murder. ~40% of the country actually believes this.
This is starting to get really worrisome. I'm really starting to anticipate someone saying 'we have to kill these people -- because they are killing us'.
It's the basest of political misdirection, an act of disgusting cynicism and opportunism. Which is exactly why Trump and his various sycophants are pushing it.
We have to cherry pick these stories to fit out agenda of running literal concentration camps. Sounds extremely familiar, hmmm cant put my finger on it.
For Christ's sake. This is even getting in to 'People who seek Asylum are monsters because who makes their children suffer like that'.
>8/11 were killed in car accidents
He’s laughing right now from his secret home in Argentina.
Oh yeah, more suffering will stop suffering. Gotta group criminals with those who want to escape terrible situations. Can''t stop those who do crimes and help people who just want to live life with somewhat less strife. You have to paint them all with the same coat. If you don't, then you'll have to find solutions instead of scapegoating.
My daughter was murdered... BY A JEW!
THAT MEANS JEWISH PEOPLE ARE THE PROBLEM
IF YOU DON'T LIKE SHARE SUBSCRIBE AND KILL JEWS THEN YOU'RE A HEARTLESS LIBTARD HEATHEN
Using dead family members to further racism is just despicable.
Understandable. Tragic. But despicable.
a lot of people scoff at "literally hitler" but this is literally actually what nazi germany did in the early days
I don't think that's the case. Most of my family loves Trump, my dad watches Fox News all day every day, and nobody else gets their news from anywhere but Fox or Facebook. But the main thing is, they don't see how evil he is, because they believe everyone who says anything negative about him is just a liberal/democrat who hates him and hates America. I had my dad try and argue that holding children indefinitely is fine because they will be with their families in housing or living on a military base, because he doesn't see that as a problem.
They're not evil, they're ignorant, maybe even willingly so. They don't listen to anyone if they don't side with Trump, no matter the reason, on any issue. Any time my family brings up stuff about Trump and I give my objections they all have the same eye rolling dismissive reaction just because I don't agree with everything he says or does, even though literally all of them have voted democrat for years and have pretty much despised republicans up until this point.
Way to exploit dead children, Trump. So what's the endgame? Winning enough support so you can kill children (and their families)?
He also sounded off his 63K murders from foreigners rhetoric.
Which was proven false back from 2005:
As at Friday’s event, when he waved away the demonstrable fact that immigrants commit fewer crimes by saying: “You’ve heard that, fellas, right? You’ve heard that. I hear it so much, and I say, ‘Is that possible?’ ”Well, he said: “The answer is it’s not true.” It is.
“Sixty-three thousand Americans since 9/11 have been killed by illegal aliens. This isn’t a problem that’s going away; it’s getting bigger,” he said. “Sixty-three thousand, and that number they say is very low because things aren’t reported. Sixty-three thousand, and you don’t hear about that.”No, you don’t. Because it’s demonstrably not true, and it wends its way back to a blog post from 2005 written by none other than Rep. Steve King (R-Iowa).
To put how fucking ridiculous that claim would be, that would mean a quarter of murders per year would be caused by illegal immigrants.
Consider that there were an estimated 17,250 murders in the United States in 2016, the most recent year for which full FBI data is available. Mendoza’s per-day number would indicate that there were 4,380 murders committed by immigrants in the country illegally — a full quarter of those killed that year. (It would also mean that her number was a bit out-of-date: On March 20, 2018, 6,034 days had passed since the 9/11 attacks, meaning 72,408 alleged murders.)
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