Trump Says Immigrants 'Poisoning The Blood Of Our Country'

 December 19, 2023

In a speech that liberals are trying to portray as Nazi rhetoric, Donald Trump recently said something that Democrats are not going to like.

Our former president was talking in New Hampshire on Dec. 16 when he said that immigrants are "poisoning the blood of our country."

Critics of Trump, of course, went right past the meaning of whatever he was trying to say and started painting him as some sort of virulent racist.

Trump isn't racist, he just loves his country.

It's simply a fact that some of our morals and values are falling by the wayside in the name of political correctness, and we're ending up in a situation where illegal immigrants are actually receiving more American perks than the people who have been working hard in this country their entire lives. Trump said:

They've poisoned mental institutions and prisons all over the world, not just in South America, not just the three or four countries that we think about, but all over the world they're coming into our country, from Africa, from Asia, all over the world they're pouring into our country. Nobody's even looking at them -- they just come in.

He might not have been very polite, but that doesn't mean Trump is wrong.

Liberals think that everyone they allow into America owes them a vote, so they try to keep our borders as open as possible.