Negotiating with Democrats is WORSE than Negotiating with Terrorists

If we are keeping things real, we should just admit that Democrats are terrorists.

Actually, Democrats are worse than terrorists, because they commit terrorist acts while posing as solid citizens.

Note, I did not say “American citizens”. Because sadly in America, you don’t have to be an American to be a citizen, due to terrorist Democrats. They have legalized anybody and everybody in their attempt to destroy America.

Consider what Democrats represent.

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Most prison inmates are Democrats. And, the majority of violent crimes are committed by Democrats. Next, the majority of planned crimes are being done by Democrats or people whose policies Democrats support. So is it any wonder that Democrats want to legalize trespassing.

Democrats claim that illegals commit fewer crimes than average Americans. This is statistically manipulated, and here’s how.

50 percent of violent crime is committed by young black men. If you remove this segment of the population, illegals commit an abhorrent amount of crime. However, when balanced against the worst criminals in America, illegals appear to be less violent.

But if we can only save ONE LIFE, right?

When it comes to death-by-illegal, Democrats turn a blind eye on incidents where citizens are killed. But President Trump won’t. And he bets his political future on the idea of him protecting American citizens.

Again, Senator Lindsay Graham remains the president’s staunchest supporters. And he issued a warning to Leftists who continue to try old, worn out racist rhetoric. Reflexively calling Republicans racist no longer works.

Further, Democrats who want to abolish Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) and deride Border Patrol agents for using tear gas hold too much power in the ongoing shutdown negotiations.

On Face the Nation, Graham said,

“We’re having to negotiate with people who want to abolish ICE, not support ICE…We’re having to negotiate with people who see border patrol agents gassing children, rather than defending our borders as professional law enforcement officers.”

He added:

“And we’re negotiating with people who will accuse all of us who support a wall as part of border security as racists. As long as the radical left is in charge, we’re not going to get anywhere. … The goal is to fix a broken immigration system, to bring reality to this table.”

Sen. Graham is right.

But fixing our broken immigration system and protecting the border interest Democrats about as much as watching a Whoopi Goldberg porn tape.

In 2013 during the Era of Obama, Border Patrol agents used pepper spray to fend off a crowd of approximately 100 migrants who rushed the San Ysidro port of entry. It’s a fact that migrants threw rocks and bottles at U.S. authorities.

New York Democratic Sen. Kirsten Gillibrand, who has also called for ICE to be abolished, called the use of tear gas “horrendous.”

Even then, Democrats attacked the border agents. Interestingly, none attacked Obama. In almost the same circumstances, Democrats attack President Trump.

Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer fares no better. He has publicly agreed with President Trump in Schumer’s past utterances on immigration reform. Yet today, he attacks the wall as ineffective.

And when Trump tried to help the so-called Dreamers by tripling the number proposed by Democrats to become citizens, Schumer snubbed the deal that would have provided for the very wall he supported in years past.

“This plan flies in the face of what most Americans believe,” Schumer tweeted, adding that Trump uses the young immigrants “as a tool to tear apart our legal immigration system and adopt the wish list that anti-immigration hard-liners have advocated for years.”

But in 2009, Schumer took the exact hardline view. “First, illegal immigration is wrong … and a primary goal of comprehensive immigration reform must be to dramatically curtail future illegal immigration.”

House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi, just as Schumer, has taken a radically different position in the past.

During a 2008 press conference, Pelosi addressed the “challenge” of illegal immigrants and said “we certainly do not want any more coming in.”

“Do we have a commitment to secure the border? Yes. What are the options that we have available to us, let’s make sure they work,” Pelosi said.

“Because we do need to address the issue of immigration and the challenge we have of undocumented people in our country. We certainly do not want any more coming in.”

In 2013, Pelosi reiterated her support for the border security, urging the House to vote for a bill that “our basic principles” such as securing “our borders.”

How do you negotiate with people who continually lie?

Senator Graham told “Face the Nation” that, “Right now, the people running the show on the left are radical liberal Democrats who don’t see a border security problem, they see their own government being the problem… There’s a deal to be had here, but it will include a wall.”

Senator Graham went on the say, “We’ll have offers on the table when we find somebody that’s not crazy to deal with…”.

The Democrats will figure out their no-win situation and eventually negotiate. President Trump knows this, and all he needs to do is bide his time.

 

 

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