June 16, 2018
One of my favorite quotes from the famous scientist and anti-gook activist ((((((Albert Einstein)))))) is “you can take this job and shove it,” which he told the Israeli government when they offered him a position as president of their country.
I’ve always had a fun time using different versions of that Einstein quote, and like when I was thinking about Trump and this immigration thing, I thought of it and came up with a new version.
I think it’s a really hilarious joke.
House Republicans were in full-on damage control Friday morning as they sought to downplay President Donald Trump’s comments that he wouldn’t support the GOP compromise bill.
After a day of confusion that threatened the future of the legislation, the White House issued a statement on the record that Trump supported the bill along with a more conservative piece of legislation.
“The President fully supports both the Goodlatte bill and the House leadership bill. In this morning’s interview, he was commenting on the discharge petition in the House, and not the new package. He would sign either the Goodlatte or the leadership bills,” White House spokesman Raj Shah said in a statement.
“Oh I’ll support your bill alright… I’ll support your bill right in the face!”
After toiling away for weeks on a hard-fought compromise bill that tackled border security and even delivered Trump his campaign promise of a border wall, Republican aides and members involved in the discussions were taken aback by the President’s impromptu interview with Fox News on the White House lawn where Trump insinuated he wouldn’t support a bill that had been negotiated with his administration’s involvement. Many members were desperate to believe that the President had either been referring to another bill or would reverse course later in the day — while conservatives cheered the President as rightfully demanding changes to the bill.
One White House official who was watching the interview in a room with others said there were audible gasps when the President made the comment as staff immediately realized the potential consequences of the President’s remarks.
On Friday afternoon, Trump tweeted, but it did little to settle the question of where he officially stood on the compromise legislation.
Dems r real family breaker-uppers, kek.
He’s saying the same exact thing he’s always said (except when he was randomly saying different things as fakeouts): he’ll do DACA if he gets absolutely every single other thing he’s asking for on immigration.
That means wall, border shutdown, end of a bunch of different kinds of visas, end of the refugee program, etc. etc. etc.
So he was like “sure, I’ll support the bill, just get the bill done” and then when it’s close to done he’s like “sure, no problem, now just put in all that other stuff I said I wanted and we’ll be good to go.”
Before the on-the-record statement, the White House official told CNN on Friday after the tweet that Trump did indeed support the House compromise immigration bill, despite saying otherwise in the morning. The same person admitted that Trump’s tweet had done little to clarify his position.
CNN has started faking insider sources at the same rate as NYT and WaPo. These “source said” statements just do not have any value at all anymore when coming from any of the big mainstream media organizations.
The official also said that congressional leadership had reached out to the White House to express their unhappiness with the President’s comments.
The lack of clarity led GOP leaders to put their plans for the bill on hold.
One GOP whip aide told CNN, “It’s pretty basic. We aren’t going to whip anything unless it has Trump’s support. That’s why we need more clarity.”
Republicans even trying to rush through immigration reform before the midterms indicates that they are actually trying to lose the elections.
The media keeps talking about how there are these “moderate districts” which want all of these Mexicans. But even Democrats are fed up with immigration. The only people who want all of these infinity brown people are:
- Corporations that want to keep down the value of labor
- Other brown people (except blacks, every group wants to bring in more of their own people as our country gets stripped like vultures stripping a corpse), and
- Extreme leftists ideological lunatics (mostly single and/or childless women)
Everyone else in the country has had enough of this sludge flood.
Even if they are afraid to admit it publicly, because of the social stigma the Jews have created through manipulation of the media, academia, etc., they are thinking this and this is what is determining the way people vote.
Fake polls aside.
Everyone knows this.
But a lot of these people don’t even want to be reelected. They have these campaign contributors (who bribe them, legally) that they are indebted to, and Trump is making it impossible for them to pay that debt.
You see them resigning. A bunch of these cucks are resigning. Because they just can’t do the job that they were paid to do by their donors. So they’re dipping out.
So this entire thing of doing immigration right before the midterms is self-sabotage, and Trump gets it, he’s not going to let it happen.