Thursday, July 18, 2019

What SHOULD She Do Now? Well . . . . .

If you are fortunate enough to gain American citizenship -- especially after you've come from a war-torn nation -- you ought to be grateful, very grateful.
But if you are not grateful and on top of that you defame America and you undermine its military and security and you dismiss and even ridicule large groups of your fellow citizens and you encourage the violation of America's laws and defiance of its values and your urge opposition to  its cherished allies and you do all of this not just as a citizen who has taken and oath of allegiance but you do it loudly and publicly as a public official who has sworn to uphold and defend the law of the land and you feel absolutely no regret or remorse about it, then you really ought to be ashamed of yourself.
And, you shouldn't  be at all surprised when your fellow citizens start screaming "send her back!"
And, in fact, you should take stock of yourself and perhaps consider whether you really want to remain here or whether you'd like to go back where you came from, or somewhere else.

1 comment:

mjloehrer said...

Why do the wheels of justice turn slowly. If she did indeed marry her brother to stay in this country lets get on it. The Gateway Pundit, today, came up with eight violations committed by her.