May 9, 2018
By Rick Oltman
As the culture war intensifies, and the losers of various battles in that war get more desperate, many on the front-line become more frantic, and in this election year, it is a good thing to see. Those of us working for immigration reform and enforcement have known for years about the lawless, anti-American, anti-Western Civilization, anti-immigration enforcement, pro-open borders advocates. And now that we finally have a federal government willing to enforce immigration laws and secure our borders, we want every voter in America to see the unhinged and hear them speak in their own words.
Enter Representative Keith Elllison (D-MN) who in a May Day parade in Minneapolis, wore a T-shirt that said, Yo No Creo En Fronteras, which in English means, “I don’t believe in borders.” Ellison is not a fringe character either. He’s the number two guy, the Deputy Chairman, of the Democratic National Committee.
Of course, what it really means is he doesn’t want border security or any immigration law enforcement, period.
Neil Munro, who covers the immigration issue for Breitbart, summed it up quite succinctly, “Ellison’s T-shirt highlights the Party’s growing reliance on a fringe coalition of migrants and ethnic separatists to provide extra voting power … .”
It all does make one wonder just how desperate these characters are for votes when in January, a Harvard-Harris Poll of 980 registered voters found only 32% of Democrats support open borders.
As the election season rolls towards November, every candidate of every party at the local, state, and federal levels need to be challenged in public if possible, whether or not they support immigration law enforcement and securing our borders.
No borders, no country. No laws, no civilization. Those would be the results if these unhinged, ignorant anarchists have their way.
And how many of these ignorant, sanctimonious, “open borders” buffoons have protected passwords for their internet accounts and credit cards? Do they lock their cars and the doors of their homes at night?
Yo No Creo En Fronteras. Yeah, want to see that a lot in the next six months.
You have enemies? Good. That means you’ve stood up for something, sometime in your life. [Winston Churchill.]
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