ELDER PATRIOT – Mexican ex-President Vicente Fox met with Democratic Party leader Nancy Pelosi to outline a strategy for defeating Donald Trump this November. At the meeting they discussed a broad range of strategies that includes violating voter laws, fomenting civil unrest, as well as the more common use of television advertising to spread a propaganda campaign that paints illegal immigrants as major contributors to the United States’ economy.
The advertising campaign will also try to whitewash the damage done to U.S. workers when companies move their operations abroad by telling us that consumers pay higher prices for goods produced here. Somehow that is supposed to convince people who are now finding it impossible to buy the necessities of life to continue giving up their jobs.
Maybe President Fox can explain how we benefit from immigrants, both legal and illegal, using 41% more federal welfare benefits than native-born U.S. citizens. Among the Mexican immigrants Fox represents, use of federal welfare grows to 86% per household greater than native-born households. These figures come straight from a newly released Center for Immigration Studies analysis of U.S. Census Bureau data.
Ex-President Fox made his preference for Hillary Clinton clear during an exclusive interview with the Washington Examiner. Fox said of Trump supporters, “We need to wake up that citizen. We need them to take them away from the TV and drinking beer, to working hard, to getting the skills, to getting knowledge, and they will come along, like everybody else.”
Fox chose to ignore the fact that Americans have been so compassionate for so long in support of our Mexican neighbors that 94,000,000 of us no longer have jobs and many of those that do are underemployed and living with their parents, or forced to work two jobs to make ends meet.
The disingenuous Fox then compared Hillary Clinton to Margaret Thatcher who was one of the great conservative (when the label “conservative” actually had real meaning) leaders of the last century. He must really think that we’re that stupid.
Thatcher had everything in common with Ronald Reagan, while Hillary has virtually nothing in common with either of them.
Then there’s past Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi who, like Vicente Fox, is counting on the stupidity of Americans to return her to power so that she can continue advancing the globalist agenda that has immensely enriched her and her husband.
In early December of 2013 she actually tried convincing Americans that unemployment was good for the economy when she said this about unemployment insurance:
“Economists agree that unemployment benefits remain one of the best ways to grow the economy in a very immediate way. It immediately injects demand into our markets and increases employment. For every dollar spent on unemployment benefits, the economy grows by, according to one estimate, $1.52; by others, $2. So somewhere in that range, but much more than is spent on it.” – Nancy Pelosi
Whether she truly believes that or not is open to question. If she does then she’s too economically illiterate to hold office. If she doesn’t then she has disqualified herself for lying to the American people so brazenly.
It should be interesting to learn how Pelosi spins immigrants’ use of federal welfare as a benefit to out-of-work Americans.
This much is certain, for the first time since Ronald Reagan, Americans have a candidate in Donald Trump who will fight for their interests above those of anyone else.