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Monday, May 2, 2016

In Fort Wayne, Indiana, hateful young Mexicans, the pride of decades of globalist US politicians, line streets shouting profanities during Trump rally in America's former heartland

5/2/16, "'Make America Mexico Again': Why Americans are fed up with illegals," Fox News, Todd Starnes, opinion

"There is something a bit unsettling about watching violent, foul-mouthed protesters waving the Mexican flag on American soil.

Over the weekend, Hispanic children lined the streets in Fort Wayne, Indiana – hurling filthy insults at Donald Trump supporters. 

F*** you,” the youngsters shouted as they flipped off passerby. “F*** you.”

Video captured images of the angry protesters wearing sombreros and holding signs that read, “Brown Pride.”

What kind of a parent would allow their child to behave that way in public?

A similar protest turned violent last week in Southern California – as a horde of illegals and their supporters violently attacked Trump supporters, police and even a horse. Yes, a horse. ["The horse, named Drifter, was injured by a thrown rock, police said."]

Cole Bartiromo, identified by local media as a Trump supporter, needed a half-dozen stiches after the mob bashed open his head. “Suddenly, out of nowhere I felt this thud in the front of my head,” Bartiromo told “I started panicking – getting scared, thinking, ‘When are they going to stop? Are they going to kill me? I mean, these aren’t rational people.’”

The California mob spilled into the streets – blocking roadways and smashing police cars. They intended to shut down a Trump rally. They intended to silence Mr. Trump and his supporters.

They were angry about the wall he plans to build – to secure our border from the invading **horde** of illegals. They were angry about Mr. Trump speaking the truth – about how illegals are killing Americans – on American soil.

One of the most disturbing images in recent days came from California – a small child – holding a sign. It read, “Make America Mexico Again.”

There was a time in this nation’s history when having 13 million people breach your border would have been considered an invasion. We used to fight wars over such a hostile act....

We’ve been invaded and our government has provided aid and comfort to the enemy.

In both Indiana and California the protesters tried to bully and intimidate law-abiding Americans into silent submission. They tried – but they failed.

You see, the illegals need to understand something – “We the People” will no longer be silent. We will not allow our sovereignty to be violated anymore.

The American taxpayers have reached a boiling point. We are tired of illegals taking American jobs. We are tired of illegals living off our tax dollars. We are tired of illegals causing mayhem in our streets.

And more than anything, we are tired of lawmakers who refuse to defend American sovereignty.

The truth is we don’t know who or what has been coming across our southern border. We don’t know what dangers lurk in our neighborhoods.

And we want a president who will put American lives first. We want a president who will do whatever it takes to keep our families safe. We want a president who will defend our sovereignty.

And if I see one more foul-mouthed protester waving a Mexican flag on American soil – I’ll personally donate a pile of bricks to help build Mr. Trump’s wall."

Above image: Matt Finn, FNC 


Article about May 1 Trump rally in Fort Wayne, Indiana:

May 1, 2016, "Big crowd, security, protesters welcome Donald Trump to Fort Wayne,", Justin Kenny

"Just another day in the campaign of Republican presidential frontrunner Donald Trump. The Allen County War Memorial Coliseum and its environs were the site Sunday of a Trump rally, with an estimated 7,000 people crowding into the main arena to hear the presidential candidate speak. In his typical no-bull style, Trump engaged the boisterous crowd with criticisms of fellow GOP candidate Ted Cruz, Democratic frontrunner Hillary Clinton, and a host of others. "We have to make our country rich again," said Trump to cheers. "Then great again, then greater than ever before. "I tell you it will happen." Trump also lobbed shots at Carrier and its plan to take 1,400 Indiana jobs to Mexico. 

After someone in attendance yelled, "Build a wall" referring to the country's southern border as Trump spoke, the businessman responded, "Oh, I'll build a wall. Don't you worry about it." Supporters streamed into the arena as soon as the doors opened at 12:30 p.m. Metal detectors were placed directly at the main entrance, with other security protocols noticeably visible. Police tape ringed the facility on Coliseum Boulevard and Parnell Avenue, with Fort Wayne Police Department and Allen County Sheriff officers standing guard at various entries as well as lined up parallel to the street in some places. A contingent of protesters numbering around 100 people made their presence known on Parnell Street, waving signs and flags showing their displeasure of Trump and his rhetoric. Oswaldo Parapi and his father took turns waving the flag of Ecuador, the home country of both of Parapi's parents. "(Trump) is an ignorant man," said the 17-year-old Parapi who was born in Fort Wayne. "It is actually pretty funny hearing him speak. He says some dumb stuff." The protest was largely peaceful, with passersby honking their horns and yelling for and against Trump. Several Allen County Sheriff officers were stationed nearby to make sure the situation did not deteriorate. 

"You have people (out here) with a lot of emotion," said Nan Nesbitt, a 1966 graduate of North Side High School who protested on Sunday. "Many (immigrants) worked hard to get here and to be belittled by somebody who never really was one-on-one with them or their kind...that's heartbreaking to them."...

[Ed. note: News-Sentinel reporter includes this detailed quote from a "protester" and allows it to stand as fact. No quote is provided from a Trump supporter responding to multiple assertions made in the quote. What is "heartbreaking" is that the News-Sentinel reporter ignores, is not curious enough, or chooses not to report what this issue is about for Trump, his supporters, and this country. Trump and his supporters were the reason for the rally, so it might have been "newsworthy" to clarify what "the wall" is about.

1. It's not about "immigrants," it's about "illegal aliens," or "illegal residents," but before that it's about the US political class. Both political parties want open borders and have for many years. They've worked hard to change the demographic makeup of this country since 1965 and to loosen its borders. The same border-loosening is happening in Europe. Globalists have only one interest, an endless supply of young, often illiterate, docile foreigners who will accept whatever meager wage they may be paid and won't make trouble.
NAFTA rules ensured millions more of Mexico's poorest would flee to the US. One of NAFTA's rules prevented Mexico from continuing longstanding aid it had provided to its indigenous, subsistence farmers working on communal lands. These rural poor could either starve or to the US. When they started getting wages in the US, they'd send part of their pay back to family in Mexico, an income stream known as "remittances." As of 2016, these "remittances" are now the largest source of income for Mexico, surpassing even its oil industry. 

2. They "worked hard to get here?" If someone works hard to break into a bank, I'm supposed to be sympathetic about that, not that they broke the law? The reality is the US political class makes it easy to cross the border, especially since the 2008 William Wilberforce Act. They want foreigners here. The flip side of this is more brutal which is that the US enables corrupt governments the world over to continue trashing their countries. With the US ready to take in "huddled masses" yearning to be free--even if many have active, drug resistant TB--thugs and their corrupt, police, military and judiciaries are free as a bird. Now without Ellis Island, Americans are expected to participate in their own genocide.

3. Who's "belittling" them? No one is doing this. As I explained above, globalist politicians are the reason illegal immigration exists. The globalist elite are running the show.

4. By somebody who was "never really one-on-one with them or their kind." Have you ever really been "one-on-one" with American citizens whose family member has been killed by an illegal alien? Have you ever been "on-on-one" with living World War II veterans who see that they gave up years of their lives for nothing, since the nation-state is passe? Have you ever really been "one-on-one" with Americans who've played by the rules their whole lives but find elected officials they trusted scorn them, view them as ignorant peasants to be bought and sold, and would much rather hang out with some Saudi headslicers? Elected officials caused the extended financial collapse that began around 2007 and continues today. Has a single one of these elected officials apologized to the American people? 

5. That's "heartbreaking to them?" Who is them? What's "heartbreaking" is that the US political class has declared war on its own citizens. What's "heartbreaking" is that government propaganda is believed so easily, that people are so easily convinced of the opposite of the truth.]

(continuing): "Despite the protests, thousands of Trump fans battled long lines to hear him speak. While some did not want to go on record as to why they supported the businessman, others were eager to make their opinions known. 

"All of the establishment is coming out against him," said Ohioan JB Schaffner. "When you get someone like Trump who begins to say things (against the establishment), who says things that people are feeling, we start taking notice and listening." Trump looks to be in good shape heading into Tuesday's primary. An NBC News/Wall Street Journal/Marist survey released Sunday has Trump with a 15-point advantage over chief competitor Ted Cruz. Cruz will make a second appearance in Fort Wayne on Monday at 2 p.m. at the Grand Wayne Center. Trump is set to make a pair of Indiana appearances on Monday at The Center for the Performing Arts in Carmel at 4 p.m. and at the Century Center in South Bend at 7 p.m."


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