On Tuesday, a left-wing super PAC set up outside Trump International Hotel in Washington, D.C., blaring a ProPublica-released recording of children crying inside a detention center.
This is where we are in the country — a national outcry due to a photo from Obama’s presidency (shown here) results in the protest against a Republican president because a law originating from the Clinton administration (explained here) and re-interpreted by the left-wing 9th Circuit Court of Appeals is being followed.
According to American Bridge, a Republican fundraiser was the target of the interruption.
Tonight, we make sure that @realDonaldTrump and his rich cronies hear the impact of his cruel, heartless policies.
As they enter the Trump Hotel in DC for a fundraiser, we'll be outside playing the @ProPublica audio of migrant children being ripped apart from their families.
— American Bridge (@American_Bridge) June 19, 2018
Sean Spicer, Trump’s press secretary, was spotted at the event, as was Donald Jr.
Reportedly, Don Sr. — aka the President — made an appearance later in the evening.
Can you imagine owning your own luxury hotel? How about a chain of them? Niiice.
Oh, and if you’re interested in having nightmares tonight, I bring you good news — here’s the audio, courtesy of ProPublica:
Sadly, that sounds like every flight I’ve ever been on.
For greater horror-movie effect, amid the cries, a border patrol agent is heard:
“Well, we have an orchestra here, right? What we’re missing is a conductor.”
Reporters also played the track in the White House briefing room Monday, as they awaited the arrival of Sarah Huckabee Sanders.
Also Monday, Homeland Security Secretary Kirstjen Nielsen blamed the entire family separation issue on the law (which does, in fact, demand that unaccompanied minors not be detained — more on that here), placing the burden on Congress to fix it:
“This entire crisis, just to be clear, is not new. Currently, it is the exclusive product of loopholes in our federal immigration laws that prevent illegal immigrant minors and family members from being detained and removed to their home countries.”
She is right; of course, the congressional burden no longer exists, thanks to President Trump’s executive order Wednesday morning (please check out my coverage of it here).
Now it’s time for the media to reset the news cycle, according to its war against Trump. Thanks to family separation, everyone completely forgot about guns. Suddenly and magically, guns were no longer an issue.
Illegal immigration will likely fall to the cutting room floor from the Left’s ongoing, ever-edited propaganda film. In the meantime, here’s something which sounds exactly like the film the media are making, courtesy of North Korea:
Speaking of video, you MUST see the ones at the bottom of this article.
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