Are you feeling disappointed, betrayed, let down, confused? Is your brain working over-time trying to figure out if today’s Presidential announcement on border security and the government shut-down was a good thing? Have you been subjecting yourself to opinions from the likes of Michelle Malkin and that woman that’s all angles and sharp edges, Ann Coulter?
This morning’s Presidential tweets are right up there with the President’s comeback during the second Town-Hall debate with Hillary Clinton, on October 9, 2016.
At 6:00 a. m. this morning, President Donald Trump tweeted a question many voters have been asking themselves followed by a request. Here’s the President’s tweet:
On January 10, 2019, Mexico’s Undersecretary of Human Rights and Population, Alejandro Encinas Rodríguez, was interviewed in Mexico’s Ministry of the Interior.
Encinas Rodríguez addressed the issue of several new Central American caravans preparing to cross into Mexico across its southern border to make the trek to the United States. Here’s what he had to say:
I’d like to take this opportunity to let everyone know that we have guests arriving shortly. That’s right! Another migrant caravan is set to depart Honduras at 5:00 a.m. on January 15 and make its way north to our southern border. That southern border without a wall. So get those welcome mats out, folks. Because guests will be arriving shortly.
Don’t forget to join me next time when I explain, without the wall, it makes more sense to migrate illegally than it does legally. Bye, bye!
President Trump began tweeting early this morning. His tweets remind the American people the democrats left D.C., while he’s still in the White House waiting to end the government shut-down.
In the long run, history will validate President Trump’s stand on a border wall to defend the sovereignty and security of the United States.
Because mass migration from the global South, not the weather changing, is the real existential crisis of the West. The citizens of the United States know this. Even the elites sense it.
Mexican Cartel gunmen kidnapped, castrated, and murdered a group of men who are believed to be their rivals.
One of Mexico’s most violent organizations claimed credit for the gory crime scene, saying the victims were rapists and kidnappers–alleging the murders were part of a “cleanup.”