by Jeff Davis
Someone from the world of celebrity, who cannot be silenced or marginalized or shouted down, is standing up in public and saying what America wants to hear. We almost got that with Ross Perot back in 1992, but the mainstream media and some poor decisions by Perot, derailed his attempt to make a populist run for the presidency. We had to wait decades, but another billionaire, who appears to care deeply about America’s future has stepped forward at a time when America is on the verge of turning into a Third World country.
The Washington Post reports: “The ideas once languished at the edge of Republican politics, confined to think tanks and no-hope bills on Capitol Hill. To solve the problem of illegal immigration, truly drastic measures were necessary: Deport the undocumented en masse. Seize the money they try to send home. Deny citizenship to their U.S.-born children.”
“Now, all of those ideas have been embraced by Donald Trump, the front-runner in the Republican presidential race, who has followed up weeks of doom-saying about illegal immigrants with a call for an unprecedented crackdown. On Monday, Trump’s hard turn was already influencing the rest of the GOP field. In Iowa, Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker also began to call for a wall on the U.S.-Mexico border, echoing a longtime Trump demand. Walker said the separation barrier between Israel and the Palestinian territories is proof that the concept could work here.”
“Walker also seemed to echo Trump by questioning birthright citizenship, the constitutional provision that grants citizenship to anyone born in this country. After a reporter asked if birthright citizenship should be ended, Walker said: ‘I think that’s something we should — yeah, absolutely, going forward.’ ”
How about “retroactively”? Because the Founding Fathers never intended for illegal aliens to bypass our immigration screening merely by popping out a baby on US soil.
The article continues “But — in a sign of how quickly Trump has changed the terms of this race — Walker had difficulty clearly articulating where exactly he stands on the issue, wanting to steal some of Trump’s momentum but not quite sure to what extent. He went on to say that if the United States enforces the laws it already has, that alone might take care of the problem.”
Can we trust a system Republican to do that? Scott Walker is still part of the system even though he has a couple notable things on his record. We need someone, who has a clear plan, not someone, who fumbles around trying to sound tough, but with no intention of following through.
Trump is clearly not a system politician, and he may be exactly the man to stop the mass invasion of America and to start sending back the millions of illegal aliens in the US today.