Trump Unloads On Dems For Calling Border Wall "Immoral"
President Trump ripped into Democrats Wednesday for calling the wall "immoral.
Immoral by what standard?
Ryan Saavedra shared on Twitter:
Trump on Democrats saying the wall is immoral: "Well then you got to do something about the Vatican, because the Vatican has the biggest wall of them all. The wall is immoral? Look at all of the countries that have walls, and they work 100%. It’s never going to change."
Trump on Democrats saying the wall is immoral: "Well then you got to do something about the Vatican, because the Vatican has the biggest wall of them all. The wall is immoral? Look at all of the countries that have walls, and they work 100%. It’s never going to change." pic.twitter.com/6Fgem53WJI
— Ryan Saavedra (@RealSaavedra) January 2, 2019
According to The Daily Wire,
The Vatican — the world's smallest sovereign state — is surrounded by 40-foot stone walls that were first built in 852 on the orders of Pope Leo IV. In the 1640s, Pope Paul III expanded the fortifications and added additional defenses.
Trump went on to say, "Look at all of the countries that have walls. And they work 100 percent. It’s never going to change. A wall is a wall. The other is just — I mean, we can have all the drones flying over the people last night as they tried to rush the border. The only thing that stopped them was the wall. If we have drones up there, it’s wonderful. We’ll get nice pictures."
Plus, at some point, most of these big-name Democrats who are opposed to the wall, was in favor of something very similar not too long ago.
Just read what Townhall had to say,
Nevertheless, were Senators like Barack Obama, Hillary Clinton, Chuck Schumer and Dianne Feinstein moral reprobates or cowards when they signed on to the original bill? If not, why isn't it realistic to revisit the idea of following through upon this bipartisan policy as a central component of an immigration deal? Bizarrely, Pelosi says that normalizing DREAMers' status cannot be linked to border security measures in any such compromise because the issues are supposedly unrelated. But they are manifestly related; DACA recipients' legal limbo is directly attributable to their parents' violations of US immigration laws, in many cases aided by insufficient American border security.
In what sense is it immoral to protect a nation from criminals and ask them to enter the country illegally? It's not a difficult thing to do to just follow the process to come into the country legally.
So how about this Nancy, are you in favor of tearing down existing border barriers also?