Thursday, May 17, 2018

Where Oh Where Has My Context Been Taken?

Chuck "The Schmuck" Schumer never fails to entertain the electorate with his gleefully obtuse mischaracterizations of conservative opinions.  In his latest thigh slapper Schumer  destroys the entire contextual universe in order to accuse President Trump of insulting the great-great grandparents of millions of Americans. President Trump was actually talking about the savages who belong to the Salvadoran criminal organization known as MS-13.

Schumer naturally took the President's words and ran them through the prevaricator vortex.
NBC News icon Andrea Mitchell led the media-Democrat hit job on President Donald Trump over remarks he made about deporting illegal immigrant gang members, calling them “animals” when he was asked about MS-13 at an illegal immigration roundtable at the White House Wednesday. Mitchell and others falsely said Trump called all immigrants ‘animals’, with several equating Trump to Hitler. Well, despite EVEN the left-leaning AP deleting their “animals” tweet, Schumer is doubling down. Of course. 
This time, hilariously comparing all of our “great-great-grandparents” to MS-13 gang members. Twitter is not having it.

Schumer quote: "When all of our great-great-grandparents came to America they weren’t “animals,” and these people aren’t either.
I have several layers of immigrant great-great-grandparents; all of whom came to the US shortly after the Civil War.  My maternal great-grandmother's father was a minor French noble. My maternal great-grandfather's father was a crippled Irish shepard boy. My paternal great-great grandparents were both from Hungary.

I did a lot of research on and although two people on my father's side did time in NYS prisons, *blush* absolutely no one raped, beheaded or dismembered a single soul. No one sold heroin or cocaine. Booze - well yeah - Prohibition and all that - but no drugs!

President Trump was not referring to my great-great-grandparents and only an uniformed idiot would think so.

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