November 16, 2016
A number of dishonest people in the Jewish controlled media are claiming that Donald Trump is backing off on his promise to build a wall on the US-Mexico border. This is totally false. They are only saying this as part of an effort to discourage his supporters.
Take for example the Young Turds faggot Cenk.
They are using a couple of themes to make their argument. They argue that since a wall will not be in place along every single mile of the border that he’s breaking his campaign promise. They’re also using alternative Republican border security proposals that Trump hasn’t signed off on to make similar claims.
Trump’s promise throughout the campaign cycle to build a wall was a marketing slogan. It was designed to explain his plan to secure the border in the most simplistic way possible. He’s always said that there wouldn’t be a wall on every part of the US-Mexico border for practical reasons. For instance, in some places a wall is not needed because of natural physical barriers. There are also other border areas where some type of fencing might be most practical. There are however many sections along the border where large precast concrete “wall” barriers are the best option.
What these people are doing is engaging in a game of semantics to falsely claim that he’s broken his campaign promise when that isn’t the case. Jews and their minions love to do this type of thing. They lie, misdirect and obfuscate to discredit their political opponents. Never mind the fact that Trump hasn’t taken office yet. How can he break his campaign promise when he hasn’t officially become President?
Don’t worry faggots. Trump is going to build a wall and get Mexico to pay for it. He has said nothing to indicate otherwise.
One other thing. Trump can build the wall and get Mexico to pay for it by imposing some form of taxation or tariff on either cross border trade or cross border transactions. He can place a tax on money people send from the United States to Mexico. This is just one of many things he can do as President. These types of measures would quickly generate the $10 billion or so needed to construct the border wall – and fulfill his promise of getting Mexico to pay for it.
While the deniers keep saying he’s not going to do it, his own people are saying he’s doing it – and more.
Moslem registry, baby.
An architect of anti-immigration efforts who says he is advising President-elect Donald Trump said the new administration could push ahead rapidly on construction of a U.S.-Mexico border wall without seeking immediate congressional approval.
Kansas Secretary of State Kris Kobach, who helped write tough immigration laws in Arizona and elsewhere, said in an interview that Trump’s policy advisers had also discussed drafting a proposal for his consideration to reinstate a registry for immigrants from Muslim countries.
Kobach, who media reports say is a key member of Trump’s transition team, said he had participated in regular conference calls with about a dozen Trump immigration advisers for the past two to three months.
Trump’s transition team did not respond to requests for confirmation of Kobach’s role. The president-elect has not committed to following any specific recommendations from advisory groups.
So chill out, faggots. Trump will be building a wall, Mexico will be paying for it and he’s said nothing to indicate that he won’t be following through on this promise.