Monday, February 06, 2017

Unclear on the Concept: European Edition

Let me say this clearly: There is a huge difference between a wall designed to keep people in a communist Hell hole and a wall designed to keep people out of a country.

I start with that because the mayor of Berlin is unclear on the concept and Europeans-at-heart here in America think this is just deeply profound:

The mayor of Berlin is calling on U.S. President Donald Trump not to build a wall along the border with Mexico. ...

Citing former U.S. President Ronald Regan's famous appeal to "tear down" the Berlin Wall, Mueller urged Trump: "Don't build this wall."

Yes, the stupid is strong in that one.

Isn't this rather insulting to Mexico? Is the Berlin mayor actually saying that a wall on America's southern border would keep oppressed Mexicans inside a Latin American Hell Hole rather than let them flee to a free and prosperous Trumpian America?

And given that so many claim that America is on the cusp of rounding up foreigners and putting them in concentration camps, shouldn't a wall on the southern border be considered a favor to Latin Americans heading north?

Just why are people so eager to get into our Trumpian Hell Hole, anyway? Could it be that the Left has dialed up their hysteria to 11 even though deep down know they are full of it?