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    Go Home and MAGA

    By on July 15, 2019 in See It Here
    The tweets appear when the President is in his motorcade traveling to a golf course he owns or from Air Force 1 or early in the morning from the White House. I get the feeling there’s nobody nearby to proofread the words or to say “this isn’t a good idea.” Then again, there may be an entire group of people doing this which is ignored.
    Remember, the guy wants to be unpredictable.
    A lot is being made of his tough talk on immigration and a recent tweet suggesting “progressive Democratic congresswomen” go back to their countries and fix things and then return to the United State to show us the solution.
    This is a superb idea.
    But, there’s a problem:
    Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez was born in the Bronx, Ayanna Pressley was born in Ohio, Rashida Tlaib was born in Detroit. Ilhan Omar was a refugee from Somalia and became a U.S. citizen at age 17.
    There has, of course, been reaction from Democrats on the Sunday talk shows and campaign stops.
    Republican reaction? I hear crickets.
    In their silence, I do hope there’s at least a thought or two about the White House occupant creating a divided country as he continues to push me-vs.-you instead of us against whatever the particular problem happens to be.
    Yeah, I know.

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