Pelosi Celebrates Grandson’s Hatred of His Whiteness: My Grandson’s Birthday Wish Was To Have Brown Skin, Brown Eyes

Nancy Pelosi appears to be losing her mind. She’s made many verbal gaffes the last year. For example, she thinks Bush is still president, according to some of the things she’s said.

No one can be sure that her grandson made a wish to have brown skin. Delusional Pelosi may have imagined the incident, or she may be making it up.

Real Clear Politics

During an extended speech on the House floor Wednesday morning, where she read a long list of profiles of DACA recipients, Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi was reminded of her own grandson.

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Report: “Amnesty Don” Trump to Make 1.8 Million Dreamers American Citizens in Exchange for Wall, Other Measures

The wall isn’t worth another amnesty like Reagan gave to Mexicans in the 80s. The amnesty happens, but something always gets in the way of the tough border enforcement that we’re promised.

Trump will be a one-term president if he legals millions of illegals.

Make America Great Again–no amnesty.

Washington Post

President Trump’s immigration proposal to Congress will include a path to citizenship for an estimated 1.8 million young undocumented immigrants, White House officials said Thursday, more than twice the number of “dreamers” who were enrolled in a deferred action program Trump terminated last fall.

Did he forget what he said about America First?

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Trump to Ban Immigrants from Sh*thole Haiti

Winning!

But expect the usual court challenge where a liberal judge denies Trump the right to ban the Haitians.

New York Post

The Trump administration will ban immigrants from Haiti — which the president included in his “s–thole countries” remark —​ from applying for ​temporary ​visas given to low-skilled workers, the Department of Homeland Security​ said.

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Hawaiian GOOK Senator Accuses Trump of Wanting Only White Immigrants

HAWAIIAN SENATOR MAIZIE HIRONO.

The Senator from Hawaii never explains what’s wrong with having white immigrants come to America.

So, Senator, please tell us what’s wrong with having intelligent, hard-working Caucasian immigrants who are related by blood to America’s founding stock.

You, dear lady, are not part of America’s founding stock. I presume you’re Japanese. Go lobby the Japanese government to accept millions of Niggers into your ancestral homeland, you bitch.

Townhall

Sen. Mazie Hirono (D-HI) told CNN Tuesday that she believes President Trump “made clear” that “he wants basically white people” to come to the U.S. based on remarks he reportedly made in an immigration meeting last week referring to countries like Haiti as “sh**hole countries.”

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Trump: Dreamer Program “probably dead”

First, a brief word about my health. I started coming down with a cold or flu on Tuesday. It really took hold on Thursday and continues today.

I’m on the library patio right now, but will probably need to leave shortly to safeguard my health. It’s 56 degrees, which isn’t bad, but there’s a brisk, cold wind. I probably won’t get to post until Tuesday when the library reopens, although the high on Tuesday is supposed to be 28. We southerners don’t like Yankee weather.

Turning our attention to Trump, no one knows what kind of game he’s playing, maybe not even himself. What I think we can safely say is that his alleged “sh*thole” remark has opened the door wide for a significant cultural change.

All we need to do for now is spread photos like this one far and wide in order to trigger liberals and the (((other))) miscreants who defend the Haitian invasion of America.

Washington Post via NOLA

By The Washington Post

WASHINGTON – Prospects for a bipartisan agreement to protect young immigrants from deportation and prevent a government shutdown later this week faded Sunday as key lawmakers traded sharp accusations and President Donald Trump said hopes for a deal were “probably dead.”

Negotiators spent last week seeking a solution that would shield young immigrants brought illegally to the United States as children, including the roughly 800,000 who secured work permits under the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program created under President Barack Obama.

But a tentative deal worked out Thursday by a small bipartisan group of senators crumbled in an Oval Office meeting in which, according to multiple people involved, an angry Trump asked them why the United States should accept immigrants from “shithole countries” such as Haiti, El Salvador and African nations over those from European countries such as Norway.

That Daily News meme above is weak in comparison to this simple Tweet.

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Fox News Defends Trump’s Alleged “Sh*thole” Remark as the Way Normal People Speak

The controlled opposition “conservatives” at Fox do have their uses from time to time. So long as we recognize that they are not the leaders of the alt-right.

Yahoo

After The Washington Post on Thursday afternoon first reported Trump’s remarks at a White House meeting with lawmakers, “The Five” co-host Jesse Watters shrugged off the slur as the way ordinary Americans talk about “Haiti people.”

“If it’s true, this is how the forgotten men and women in America talk at the bar,” Watters said. “This is how Trump relates to people. If you’re at a bar, and you’re from Wisconsin, and you’re thinking, ‘They’re bringing in a bunch of Haiti people, or El Salvadorians, or people from Niger.’ This is how some people talk.”

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Trump Denies “Sh*thole” Word Amid Firestorm of Racism Accusations

Who would have guessed that the word “sh*thole” is racist? Worldwide condemnation of the POTUS has resulted from a WAPO story that claimed Trump called certain black shithole countries, shitholes.

Truth is truth. It’s no surprise that the usual parasites have been triggered by the truth that Africa and Haiti are sh*thole countries populated by sh*tholes.

And if you’re white, never forget that the Haitians horribly murdered all the whites on the island.

They would do it again. Because they are sh*tholes.

Fox News

President Trump’s early-Friday denial that he used vulgar language in reference to immigration from certain countries only fueled the Capitol Hill furor over the remarks, with one leading Democrat standing by press accounts and accusing the president of using “hate-filled” language.

Two Republicans, meanwhile, said they could “not recall” the president using the language — following reports that he questioned why the U.S. was taking immigrants from “s—hole” countries.

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